|Somers.||A. 5501. Conveyance by John Noseworthy, John Huysshe, John
Drew, John Trubody, Edward Elyott, John Bevys and Richard Faux, to
John Bradmere, Thomas Synnargh, and John Symond, of the manor and
lordship of Contokyshed alias Estcontokyshed (East Quantoxhead), and
of all their lands &c. there, to the use, for her life, of Welthea Lutterell,
wife of Hugh Lutterell, knight; with letter of attorney authorising William
Wigmore and John Saunders to deliver seisin. 4 June, 12 Henry VIII.
Two seals and portion of seal.|
|Somers.||A. 5502. Demise by John Sidnham of Liegh, esquire, to Robert
Stephins of Brigwater, yeoman, for sixty years, of a half burgage in
Brigwater, adjoining the street called 'Fryren strete,' with meadow land
near Kedsberye, adjoining the lands of the heirs of the Mycheles of
Canington. 28 April, 17 Elizabeth. English. Signed.|
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|Somers.||A. 5503. Demise by Thomas Godwyn, bishop of Bath and Wells, to
Dionise Emilie in the county of Northampton, gentleman, and Anne his
wife, for twenty-one years, of a messuage and land 'of old Aster,' in Wyke,
within the manor of Welles, with pasture and wood called 'the Vyniardes'
in Wyke, also a cottage 'of old Aster' in Pridye in the said manor, also
certain 'overland' in Pridye, meadow land and one 'outedrifte' of meadow
ground in Worle meade in the manor of Banwell and meadow land in 'the
common meade' in Paddymore within the manor of Westburie, called 'the
Reevenhurne.' 30 January, 27 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal of
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|Somers.||A. 5504. Demise by Sir John Radclyff, knight, to Robert Wyllycumb,
John Wyllycumb, and Michael Wyllycumb, for their lives, of all his
seaweed (ore) on the foreshore within his manor of Olde Clyve, 'from a
place of the sea banckes or see clyves ther callyd the estmust stakes' &c.
'almost to the est end of Tame Torre,' with common of pasture for their
horses in the said clyves, and 'one suffycyant wey' for carrying away the
said seaweed. 12 April, 3 Elizabeth. English.|
|Somers.||A. 5505. Conveyance by John Symond, John Bradmore, and Thomas
Synaugh, to Robert Carye and John Gilbard, esquires, and thirty other
persons (named), of the manor or lordship of Contokyshed alias Estcontoky shed, and all their messuages and lands &c. in the said places to the use of
Weltheua, wife of Hugh Luttrell, knight, for her life as part of her jointure,
on which trust the said Hugh had formerly conveyed the premises to the
present grantors, together with Barnard Wattes now deceased; with letter
of attorney authorising Thomas Newnam to deliver seisin. 9 July,
12 Henry VIII. Two seals.|
|Somers.||A. 5506. Grant by John the prior, and the convent of the cathedral
church of the apostles Peter and Paul, Bath, to Thomas More, Thomas
Overay and Thomas Wander, clerks, John Sterre the elder, Thomas
Webbe the elder, and John Houchyn, of a yearly rent from their lands in
Yevylton, Chelwurth by Pensford, Lemansfeld, Asshewyke, and Ilwyke;
with further grant that if the grantees should be deprived of the said rent,
they may distrain in the grantors' lands in Weston, Pryston, and Coston.
Bath, 12 August, 21 Edward IV. Five seals.|
|[Herts.]||A. 5507. Indenture of fine between Richard, bishop of Winchester,
Giles Daubeney of Dawebeney, Reginald Bray, and Thomas Lovell, knights,
James Hobert, Richard Emson, and Thomas Lucas, plaintiffs, and Cicely
Asteley, widow, late the wife of Nicholas Asteley, deforciant, of the manor
of Bertrames, two water mills called 'Wades Milles' and land and wood in
Stondon and Thundryssh. Westminster, the octave of the Purification,
18 Henry VII.|
|Herts.||A. 5508. Indenture of fine between Thomas Lovell, clerk, William
Bedell and Richard Rokeby, esquires, William Elys, and Thomas Hennage,
plaintiffs, and Michael Nevell, deforciant, of a third part of a moiety of the
manor of Mote, and of a third part of the manor of Andrewis, with
messuages, lands, wood, and rents in Chesthunt. Westminster, the quinzaine
of Trinity, 10 Henry VIII.|
|Herts. Middx.||A. 5509. Indenture of fine between Thomas Lovell, clerk, Richard
Rokeby, esquire, William Elys and Thomas Hennage, plaintiffs, and
William Chessull, esquire, and Alice his wife, deforciants, of the
premises described in A. 5508, and of messuages and gardens, in the parish
of St. Clement Danes, co. Middlesex. Westminster, the quinzaine of
Trinity, 10 Henry VIII.|
Endorsed: 'Deliberatur per proclamationem secundum formam statuti.'
|Herts. Middx.||A. 5510. Duplicate of A. 5509.|
|Herts.||A. 5511. Duplicate of A. 5508.|
Endorsed: As A. 5509.
|Essex.||A. 5512. [Grant] by Humphrey . . . . ., to Simon Heygate, of [land]
in Kelveden, adjoining the high road from Inw[orth] . 8 [Edward] IV.
|Essex.||A. 5513. Demise by Robert Armeburgh, esquire, and Joan his wife
to John Huydeman of Suthmyeter, for nine years, of a moiety of the manor
called' Newhall' in Assheldeham with 'hegebote,' 'firebote' and 'canbote.'
Westminster, 24 August, 13 Henry VI.|
|[Essex.]||A. 5514. Release in frank almoin by John de Mandavilla son of
Thomas de Mandavilla, to Gilbert the prior, and the canons of the Holy
Trinity, London, of all his right in the churches of Brumfeld and Blake
Nhottele and their advowsons. Witnesses:—Sirs R . . . . de Scacario,
Robert de Ros, Robert le P . . . ., Henry de Necton, and John de Scalariis,
knights, and others (named). [Chelme]rford, morrow of St. Botolph'
46 Henry III. Injured.|
Annexed: Indenture of Fine between the above parties for the release of
the above-mentioned premises, in return for which the said prior releases to
the said John all his right in a mill and land in B[lake] Nuttele. The
quinzaine of Trinity, 46 Henry III. Injured.
|[ ]||A. 5515. Conveyance by the Lady Matilda de Cornerth the prioress,
and the convent of Wykes, to Robert Marchal alias Moorcote, clerk, for
sixty years, of land in Nortone formerly parcel of Smethislond. Sunday
after All Saints, 20 Richard II. Seal.|
|Kent.||A. 5516. Sale by Henry Churche of Alveley, co. Essex, tanner, aged
twenty-one, son and heir of Thomas Churche, late of Eard alias Crayford,
deceased, to John Goodwyn the elder, of the city of London, gentleman, of
all his messuages and lands &c. in Eard alias Crayford, with release of all
his right therein. 11 December, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary.|
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|Herts. Middx.||A. 5517. Bond by John Chyshull of Thaksted, co. Essex, gentleman,
son and heir apparent of William Chyshull, esquire, and Alice his wife, to
William Cowper, clerk, William Bedell and Richard Rokeby, esquires, for
40l. 10 July, 9 Henry VIII.|
Underwritten: Condition of the above bond, witnessing that if the
above-mentioned William Chyshull and Alice his wife and the above bound
John Chyshull, shall suffer all the necessary steps to be taken for assuring
to Thomas, cardinal archbishop of York and chancellor of England, all
such lands &c. as after the death of John Welshe, late of Chestehunte, co.
Herts, esquire, came to the said William and Alice in the counties named,
or in London, and which have been sold by the said Alice and John her
son, to the said Cowper, Bedell, and Rokeby, to the use of the said archbishop,
then the above bond shall be void. English. Signed.
|Essex.||A. 5518. Bond by Henry Hubberd of Busshoppestortford, co. Herts,
gentleman, Edward Hubberd of Byrchanger, esquire, and Thomas
Thourgood of Saffornewalden, gentleman, to William Mongey of Copforde,
gentleman, for 160l. 7 February, 25 Elizabeth, A.D. 1582. Signed.
Names of witnesses. Seal of arms, and portion of seal.|
Endorsed: Condition of the above bond, witnessing that if the said
Henry shall perform a covenant in an indenture between himself and the
said William, whereby he is bound to leave a certain stock and store of corn
and cattle on certain premises leased to him for nine years, or else pay
certain sums of money to the said William at Copforde hall, then the above
bond shall be void. English.
|Essex.||A. 5519. Bond by John Feltwell alias Jon, of Little Wenden,
yeoman, John Feltwell alias Jon, of Great Wenden, shepherd, and Roger
Poole of Walden, tailor, to John Gyver of Walden, yeoman, for 30l.
3 May, 27 Elizabeth. Signed. Names of witnesses.|
Endorsed: Condition of the above bond witnessing that if the said
John, John and Roger deliver to the said John Giver forty quarters of
barley 'good stuffe, sweete, drie, and well dight with the beste for maltinge
corne,' by the first day of November next, then the above bond shall be
|Essex.||A. 5520. Release by John Cut son of William Cut, and John Cut
son of Robert Cut, of Plumstede, to John le Frencsh and Milisent, his wife,
of the parish of Wolwich ex parte Essex', of all their right in a moiety of
all the land in Wolwich ex parte Essex' which they, with the said John le
French, at the suit of the said Milisent, have deraigned (disrationavimus)
against John de Mareys, in the county of Kent, by the king's writ.
21 November, 23 Edward I.|
|[Middx.]||A. 5521. Demise by John Marton, gentleman, to Christofer Draper,
gentleman, for ninety-nine years, of a messuage with gardens &c. in the
parish of All Sayntes (Allhallows), Barkyng, near Tower Hill, with
'a way severall' from Christofer's house to the 'crossed fryars.' 4 June,
30 Henry VIII. English. Seal.|
|Essex.||A. 5522. Grant by John Wyseman of Felsted, esquire, to Thomas
Goodwyn, of Est Tylbury, 'fyssherman,' of land called a 'hanse scidle' in
Est Tylbury, abutting on the high road from Hornedon att hill to Est
Tilbury church, in return for which, Thomas has given John a yearly rent
of 18d. from the said land. 3 October, 6 Edward VI. Signed.|
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|Essex.||A. 5523. Sale by Roger Chitwode and Elene his wife, cousin and
heiress of Roger Ree, knight, deceased, to Robert Plomer, of lands and
tenements called 'Pykes,' 'The parlour,' 'The taillours shop,' 'The pore
womans hous,' 'the hous that John Letyn occupieth,' 'Jaktheyres,' 'Stanes,'
and 'Knottynges,' four crofts called 'Cokettes croftes,' with a parcel of
mede, and four crofts called 'Foxholes' parcel of Jaktheyres, all in
Wodeham Ferrys, with all other lands 'as well free as copy,' late belonging
to the said Sir Roger, Elene's uncle, except the manor of Edwardes;
the grantors to execute a fine of the premises to the said Robert and others
named, and a deed of release of all right therein to him &c. 1 July,
5 Henry VII. English. Seal.|
|Essex.||A. 5524. Assignment by William Colshyll of London, gentleman,
and Barbara his wife, to Nicholas Fulham of Chygwell, husbandman, of
all their estate and interest in a demise of the parsonage of Chygwell, which
John Beston, clerk, penitentiary of the cathedral church of St. Paul,
London, and parson of Chygwell, made in 32 Henry VIII. to Hugh Fen of
Stepney, co. Middx. for thirty-one years, whose estate therein the said
William and Barbara now have. 16 September, 6 Elizabeth. English.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|Essex.||A. 5525. Demise by John Sydenham, esquire, and Joan his wife, to
John Blakemere of Mounteneysynge and Joan his wife, for their lives, of
their messuage of Lawneys, and other lands &c. in Burres and Heithlond.
London, 17 October, 6 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Devon?]||A. 5526. Release by Walter de Mortone, son and heir of Robert de
Mortone and Denise his wife, to Robert le Skynnere and Mariota his wife
of all his right, through the death of his parents, in the manor of Couwyk
and the prebend of 'la Heghen.' Thursday, the vigil of the Annunciation,
16 Edward II. Portion of seal.|
Endorsed: 'Heghes et Cowyk.'
|Essex.||A. 5527. Grant by Katherine Broun of Thurrok Graye, widow, to
Thomas Goodwyn of Est Tylbury, 'fyssherman,' of a cottage and garden
called 'Cheswykkes' in Est Tylbury, adjoining a garden belonging to the
manor of South Hall, and abutting on the high road to Horndon. 20 May,
6 Edward VI.|
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|Essex.||A. 5528. Demise by John Barnardiston, gentleman, at the request as
well of Martha Calforde daughter and heiress of Giles Calforde of Rayley,
deceased, as of Thomas Thrustell, her grandfather, to Nicholas Broadwater'
John Fuller, and John Collen, of a messuage and garden called 'Whate'
mans' alias 'Watmans' in Rayley, formerly belonging to the said Giles
and which the said John Barnardiston lately recovered, by writ of right
against the said Martha in the court of Henry lord Hunsdon's manor of
Rayley; to hold to the use of the said Thomas and Joan his wife for their
lives, for the support and education of the said Martha, with remainder to
the use of Mark Thrustell, Martha's uncle, with remainder, after Martha's
death, to her heirs in tail, and in default of such issue to the right heirs of
the said Thomas. 4 January, 23 Elizabeth. Signed.|
Endorsed: Name of witness to delivery of seisin.
|Essex.||A. 5529. Duplicate of A. 5528. Names of witnesses. Seal.|
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin: memorandum of
enrolment in the court of the manor of Rayley, on the 7th August of the
year within written.
|Essex.||A. 5530. Sale by John Sydenham of Lee, co. Somerset, esquire, to
Richard Reynold and William Carley, of the woods and underwoods in his
close called 'Brodenoke' in the parish of Enmountnesyn (Mountnessing),
to be felled and taken away before All Saints, A.D. 1554, reserving eighty
trees. 2 May, 7 Edward VI. English. Signed.|
Endorsed: 'Counterparte leases in Devon.'
|[Kent.]||A. 5531. Bond by Peter Shakerlye in the county of Lancashire,
esquire, Laurence Holland of London, gentleman, and George Congherst,
in the county of Kent, gentleman, to Thomas Joce and Richard a Borow
of Merden, for 201. 9 May, 7 Henry VIII. Signed. Injured.|
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said Peter
shall abide by an arbitration between him and the said Thomas, as to the
possession of a messuage and garden in the parish of Merden, on the
'denne' (dennam) of Engherst, and of a yearly rent of 3s. 4d. and two
hens from the said premises &c. [then the said bond shall be void]. 9 May,
7 Henry VIII.
|Kent.||A. 5532. Release by Margaret Yngram of Westham, co. Sussex, to
Robert Puresell, citizen and 'frewterer' of London, of all her right in a
garden &c. in Tenham, adjoining the high road to Lynstede. 26 May,
3 Edward VI. Seal.|
|Kent.||A. 5533. Demise by Thomas Bramyard of Estgreenwich, yeoman, to
Richard Bromiard of the same, for the life of Elizabeth, Thomas's wife, of
the reversion of a messuage called 'the sign of the Rowe Bucke,' in Eastlane
in Eastgreenwich, with a yard and gardens, now in the tenure of the said
Thomas; paying yearly 40s. to Henry Dobbins of Eastgreenwich, baker,
and Elizabeth his wife, for the maintenance of Joan Bramiard, Thomas's
daughter. 1 July, 44 Elizabeth, A.D. 1602. English. Signed. Names
of witnesses. Seal.|
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|Kent.||A. 5534. Bond by Thomas Joce of the parish of Merden, labourer,
and Richard a Borow of the same, tanner, to Peter Shakyrlye, esquire,
Laurence Holland, gentleman, and George Congherst, gentleman, for 20l.
9 May, 7 Henry VIII.|
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said Thomas
shall abide by an arbitration between him and the said Peter, as to the
possession of the premises described in A. 5531, then the above bond shall
Underwritten: 'xo die Febr[uarii] anno ixo. John Culpeper,
gentleman, hath declared and said that the within named Rychard Barowe
ys the same person which is bonde with the same.'
|Kent.||A. 5535. Award of the umpire (impare) and arbitrators (named),
as to the possession of the premises described in A. 5531, viz. that
Thomas Joce of Merden, labourer, is to hold the said premises for ever,
paying yearly to Peter Shakerley, of the county of Lancaster, esquire, 20d.
and two hens. Vigil of the Holy Trinity, 7 Henry VIII. English.
|Kent.||A. 5536. Duplicate of A. 5535. Three seals and fragment of
|Monm.||A. 5537. Assignment by John William Parrie of Gwerne y Comme,
gentleman, executor of James John Richard, deceased, to John James, son
of the said James John Richard, of two unexpired leases made by James
Philip William to the said James John Richard, of lands called respectively
'Enys wen' in Llanvetherine, and 'Enys groune' in Llantilio Gresseny.
1 September, 9 James I, A.D. 1611. English. Signed.|
Endorsed:—Names of witnesses. 'Deedes made to my cosen from
|Monm.||A. 5538. Letter of attorney by Matthew Harbert of Colbrocke,
esquire, receiver and chancellor of the manors or lordships of Monmouth
and Hadnocke, parcel of the duchy of Lancester, authorising William
Fortune of Monmouth, gentleman, to receive into the queen's hands at the
gate of Monmouth castle, from Charles Harbert, of Bailiput in the parish
of Monmouth, gentleman, a surrender of messuages, gardens &c. in
Skenfreth within the said manors or lordships, to the use of James Smythe,
of London, gentleman, and afterwards to deliver the said premises to the
said James. 26 January, 40 Elizabeth. Signed.|
Annexed: Certificate of the surrender by the said Charles Harbert, of
the above mentioned premises, and of the admission of the said James
Smythe to the same. 24 June, 40 Elizabeth, A.D. 1598. Portion of seal
and counterseal of the exchequer or chancery of Monmouth.
|Monm.||A. 5539. Release by Gilbert Prichard of Llanvetherine, gentleman,
to John William Parrie of Gwerney Come, gentleman, of all his right in
two closes called 'Tire y Comeyee' and a meadow called 'Gworlod y
Comeyee' in Llanthewy Skered, adjoining a lane leading to Maenlloid.
27 August, 9 James I., A.D. 1611. Signed. Portion of seal.|
Endorsed:—Names of witnesses.
|Monm.||A. 5540. Mortgage by Gilbert Prichard of Llanvetherine, gentleman
and Katherine his wife, to John William Parrie of Gwerne y Come'
gentleman, and John Parrie Powell of Llanvihangell Killcorney, gentleman,
of the premises described in A. 5539, for the repayment by the mortgagor
to the mortgagees of 103l. 4s. 4d., on St. Bartholomew's day, A.D. 1611.
17 August, 6 James I., A.D. 1608. Signed. English. Seal.|
Endorsed:—Names of witnesses.
|Moum.||A. 5541. Indenture between Robert Gunter of Abergevenny,
esquire, and John Parrie of Llanvihangell Killkorney, gentleman, of the
first part, Edward James, late of Lanvetherin, gentleman, and Roger
Kemys of Wickwicke, co. Glouc., gentleman, of the second part, and John
William Parrie of Lanvetherin, gentleman, of the third part, witnessing
the intent of a recovery had in a writ of entry sur disseisin en le post,
by which the said Robert Gunter and John Parrie recovered against the
said John William, a messuage, mill, lands, and wood in Llangattocke
Llingoed; viz. that the said Robert and John are to be seised of the said
premises for the use of the said John William for ever. 5 January,
3 James I. English, Signed. Three seals, one broken.|
Endorsed:—Names of witnesses.
|Moum.||A. 5542. Grant by John William Parrie of Gwerne y Come,
gentleman, to John James of Gwerne y Come, gentleman, son and heir of
James John Richard, deceased, of the premises described in A. 5539, and
of a messuage, lands and wood, &c. in Llangattocke Llingoed, and a
meadow called 'Gworlod Genmargh,' in Llanvetherine, also a messuage
and barn, with lands, &c. in Llangattock, with the reversions of the said
premises. Last day of August, 9 James I., A.D. 1611. Signed.|
Endorsed:—Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|[Norf.]||A. 5543. Release by Edmund de Elmham, to Sir William de
Montekanis[o], of a tenement which he bought from John de Reynham.
Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Stivekeye, William de Sparham, Robert de
Foxle, and others (named). Seal, injured.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5544. Grant by William de Muntk[anisio], to Ralph the park
keeper (parcario), of all the land which Ralph's father held from the
grantor's ancestors in Foxele; with permission for Ralph to have his
cattle in the park of Foxele, rendering yearly three services (preces) with
his plough, and three services in August with food from the grantor's
house. Witnesses:—William de Wesci, Adam de Sparham, and others
|[Norf.]||A. 5545. Grant in frank almoin by Adam son of Sir John de
Brancestre, knight, with the consent of Emma, his wife, to Sir William the
abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, of all his pasture called 'le Estmeles,'
in Brancestre, except four carucates of rushes (cirporum), part belonging
to the prior and convent of Walsingham, part to the abbot and convent of
Krec, and part to the prior and convent of Petreston. Witnesses:—
William de Secheford, Andrew de Scarneburne, William Tristram of Hecham,
and others (named). Seal, broken.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5546. Grant by Walter de Parco, with the consent of his son
Roger, to Richer son of Aylmer de Foxle, of land in Foxle abutting
on the road from Foxle Mill to Bek. Witnesses:—Hubert de Sparham,
Geoffrey son of Richard de Bek, and others (named). Seal and portion
|[Norf.]||A. 5547. Grant by John Ingaldesthorp, knight, to Simon Baret and
John Nelond, of licence to grant to the prior and convent of St. Pancras,
Lewes, certain premises held immediately from the grantor, viz. a messuage
and land with a rent in Walpole and West Walton, with the right of having
'liberum taurum suum et liberum aprum suum' in the said towns; the
said prior releasing to the grantor the yearly rent which he used to pay
for the premises. Lewes, Chapter house of the said convent, 15 April,
13 Henry IV.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5548. Grant by Walter de Bradeker, of Gothereston, to his
lord. Sir Hugh de Veer and the lady Denise, his wife, and her heirs, of
land and a moiety of the grantor's liberty of faldage in Gothereston,
abutting on 'le Motgate.' Sunday after the Annunciation, 2 Edward II.
|[Norf.]||A. 5549. Release by Matilda, late the wife of Stephen Otinel of
Gutherston, widow, to the lady Denise de Montecanys[io], of all her right
in all the lands in Gutherston, which certain bondmen (named) of the
said lady Denise acquired from the said Stephen. Witnesses:—Thomas
de War', Humphrey de Pagrave, Walter de Laungeford, and others
|[Norf.]||A. 5550. Grant, in frank almoin, by Robert son of William de
Tendemay of Burnham, and Matilda his wife, to Sir William the abbot,
and the convent of Rameseye, of all their marsh lying in two holms, viz. in
Freysseholm and Haneysemers, in Depedale, adjoining 'le Brodeflete,'
with land adjacent, part in Dunedele, by the high road from Brauncestre
to the market-place (forum) of Burnham, abutting on 'le Drovegate, and
part abutting on Kyllewong; with further grant of a yearly rent from the
persons named, part from land in Kyllewong, with the marriage and
wardship of the lands and heir of John de Rys. Witnesses:—Adam de
Brauncestre, Andrew de Scharneburne, William de Secheford, and others
(named). Two seals.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5551. Grant by Nicholas Ridel of Wrokisham, to Thomas de
Quitewelle, rector of the church of Pheletorp (Felthorpe), of all his turf and
heath in Pheletorp. Witnesses:—Sir Godfrey de Bellomonte, Simon de
Thaverham, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5552. Release by John le Palmere of Felthorp, to William atte
Chirche of the same, of all his right in a moiety of an enclosure called 'le
Inham,' in Felthorp. Sunday after Easter, 8 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5553. Grant by Roger le Langetot of Binetre, to Simon son of
Peter de Foxle, of land in Foxle, in a tillage called 'Sco,' bounded by the
lands of Sir Warin de Montekanis[o]. Witnesses:—Robert de Aula,
Nicholas de Hakeford, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5554. Grant by Matilda, relict of Simon de Bradeham, widow to
Michael de Winwerthing, carpenter (carpentario), of land of her free
marriage in Garbodisham, part abutting on the road to Lenardrec, part on
Ethwersweifurlong, part on Elndem quarentine, part on Ecclesgate furlong.
part on Ruwong furlong, part at Osolves welle, part at Chesuwich, and
part called 'Chesewich Evedlond.' Witnesses:—Richard de Ressewrthe
Wat de Wiken, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5555. Confirmation by brother Stephen, abbot of Cluny, of a
grant by Hugh the prior, and the convent of St. Pancras, to the keeper of
their infirmary (infirmario nostro), of 52s. a year, to be received by the hand
of the dean of Norwich (Northf') from the rent of the chapel of Enemede,
for the use of the sick brethren. Monday before St. Andrew, A.D. 1234.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5556. Grant by Richard son of Nigel de Depedale, to Robert de
Sautre, rector of the church of Hemmyngford, of 2s. 4d. yearly rent which
the grantor used to receive from the abbot of Ramsey, for land and a marsh
in Depedale. Brauncestre, Sunday after St. Ambrose, 35 Edward I.
|[Norf.]||A. 5557. Grant by Simon son of William de Bradenham, to Michael
de Wineferthing, carpenter (carpentario), of land in Garbaudesham, part
abutting on the road to Lenardrec, part upon Thwersweyefurlong, part upon
Ecclesgate furlong, part upon Ruwong, part at Osolveswell, part at Chesewich, and part upon the headland (forarium) of Chesewich. Witnesses:—
William de Meynegarin, Roger de Scovilla, Eudo de Multona, and others
|[Norf.]||A. 5558. Release by Oliva, relict of William son of William Sarpe of
Frenge, widow, to Thomas son of William de Hakeford, of all her right in
land in Frenge which she had in marriage of the gift of Ralph Dawe, her
father, part lying in Northcroft, part abutting on Stretegate, and part at
Rodolvesacre. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Birrun, William de Secheford,
Robert de Brigham, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5559. Grant by Isaac the cook (cocus), and Beatrice, daughter of
Gilbert de Monte Caniso, his wife, to the lady Denise de Monte Caniso,
of all their liberties in Gurrestone, with a moiety of a sheepfold, &c.
Witnesses:—Sirs Adam de Caly, and Nicholas Weylaund, knights, and
|[Norf.]||A. 5560. Grant by Michael de Fordham, son of Gilbert, to Mabel his
aunt (amite), of all the land which she held of the grantor in Fordham, viz.
in the field called 'Bromfeld.' Witnesses:—Alan de Creppinges, William
de Crepping[es], and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5561. Demise by Sir Ranulph, abbot of Ramsey, to Thomas son of
Walraven of Ryston, chaplain, for his life, of a messuage in Dunham, with
a croft and land belonging thereto, of the abbot's villenage, part of the land in
the field called 'Nynhacres,' and part in the field called 'Lenottishevidlond.'
Witnesses:—Master Roger de Ravenigham, Sirs Walter de Wyrham and
Robert de Denever, Reginald de Wynebodisham, and others (named).
29 Henry III.|
|[ ]||A. 5562. Release by Walter de Ocolte, to his lord, Warin de Montechen[iso], of all his share in Denesgrave. Witnesses:—Sirs John de
Sancto Claro, Ralph de Chalinis, Ralph de Basingg, and Robert Buteler,
and others (named). Seal imperfect.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5563. Release by Richard son of Nigel de Depedale, to Sir John
the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of all his right in all the tenements
which the said abbot now holds in Depedale, lately held by Richard Mundi,
chaplain, the grantor's uncle. Brauncestre, Sunday after St. Ambrose,
35 Edward I. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5564. Duplicate of A. 5563. Seal.|
|Norf.||A. 5565. Grant by Robert de Morle, knight, to the king, of the
advowson of the church of Reydon, with all the chapels annexed to the
said church. Witnesses:—John, archbishop of York, chancellor, William,
bishop of Winchester, treasurer, and others (named). London, 6 June,
30 Edward III. Seal.|
|Norf.||A. 5566. Release by John de Burley, Richard de Burley, and Thomas
de Gissyng, knights, and John de Fordham, clerk, to Simon de Burley,
knight, of all their right in the manor of Prilleston. 50 Edward III.
French. Four seals, two of arms.|
|[Norf.]||A. 5567. Release, in frank almoin, by Reginald son of Robert de
Pokedich, to Sir John de Tyangys the prior, and the convent of Lewes, of a
yearly rent which they used to pay for land in Utwelles (Outwell), and for
a moiety of a fishery under the ditch of Pokedich, extending from the fenditch
(fendicho) at Swannescroft to the sewer (clocam) of John de Pokedich.
Witnesses:—Thomas de Renever, Thomas de Bokestede, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5568. Grant by Reginald son of Robert de Pokedich, to Thomas
de Iford, of a moiety of the fishery of Utwelles between the ditch of Pokedich
and the croft of Sir John de Ingelstorp, extending from the . . . ditch to the
sewer (clocam) of John de Pokedich. Witnesses:—Thomas de Bokestede,
John de Bosco, and others (named).|
|Norf.||A. 5569. Grant by Richard Wythermersshe and John Borley, to Sir
Simon de Buerley, knight, for life, of the manor of Pyrleston, with remainder,
in tail, to Sir John de Hopton and Isabella his wife, and in default of issue,
to the right heirs of the said Sir John. 28 June, 50 Edward III. French.
Endorsed: Enrolled on the dorse of the Close Roll in July of the year
|Norf.||A. 5570. Charter by the king, granting to his brother, John de
Eltham, in tail, the manor of Milham, which Gilbert de Glenkarm, deceased,
held for life, and which came to the hands of the lute king by the
forfeiture of Edmund, late earl of Arundel. Witnesses:—W[illiam],
archbishop of York, J[ohn], bishop of Ely, chancellor, Henry, earl of
Lancaster and Leicester, John de Warenne, earl of Surrey, Roger de
Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, Henry de Percy, John de Ros, steward of the
household. Durham, 8 August, 1 Edward [III]. Portion of Great
|[Norf.]||A. 5571. Agreement between the parties named, witnessing the
conditions on which John son of Sir John de Schelton, knight, and Robert
his son, have granted the manor of Hoveringlond to Nicholas, son of the
said Sir John, Alice his wife and Thomas their son, Richard de Ely,
Catherine his wife, and John their son, for the term of their lives.
Norwich, Monday the feast of St. Luke, 10 Edward II. Seal of arms.|
|Chesh. Norf. Suff. Linc.||A. 5572. Mandate by the king, to Queen Isabella his mother,
commanding her to attorn to William de Monte Acuto, earl of Salisbury,
to whom he has granted the reversion, after her death, of the castle and
manor of Hawardyn, the stewardship of Chester, and the manors of Lee,
Boselee, and Neston, co. Chester, the manor of Kenynghale, co. Norfolk,
the manor of Cassynglond with land and rent in Cassinglond and Frammesden, co. Suffolk, the manor of Malberthorp, and rent in Hermeston,
with the advowson of the church of that town, co. Lincoln; and the castle
and town of Monte Alto, late belonging to Robert de Monte Alto, steward
of Chester. Westminster, 1 October, 11 Edward [III]. Portion of Great
|[Norf.]||A. 5573. Grant by Adam son of John de Brauncestre, knight, to Sir
Robert de Hale, rector of the church of Aylingtone, of land in Brauncestre,
lying on Andlepythorn, with the advowson of the priory of St. Mary's,
Moyllecurt. Witnesses:—Martin de Suthemere, Gilbert de Tychewell,
Sirs Walter de Denevere, and John Carpel, knights, and others (named).
|[Norf.]||A. 5574. Grant by Reginald son of Robert de Pokedhic, to Thomas
de Yford, of a moiety of a fishery in Utwellys between the ditch of
Pokedhic and the croft of the prior of Lewes, abutting upon the fenditch
(fendicum) at Suannyscroft and upon Sondydhic. Witnesses:—Thomas
de Bocstede, John de Pokedhic, John de Bosco, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 5575. Indenture of fine between Joan de Vermelys, plaintiff, by
John Russel, her attorney, and John de Warrenn[ia], earl of Surrey,
deforciant, by Henry de Sobyr', his attorney, of the advowson of the church
of Cauntele. Westminster, the octave of the Purification, 46 Henry III.|
|[York.]||A. 5576. Grant by Philip de Vermelis of Brampton, with the consent
of the lady Joan, his mother, to Sir Robert de Novo Mercato, of all his
chief messuage in Brampton, with land in Brampton, Alkele (Auckley) and
Cantele belonging thereto, and the advowson of the church of Brampton
and Cantele, &c. Witnesses:—William de Donecaster, Richard de Barneby,
Alexander de Stockebrigg, Peter de Gipton, John de Bentele, and others
(named). Whit Sunday, A.D. 1260.|
|Norf.||A. 5577. Demise by the lady Alice de Veer, countess of Oxford, to
brother Thomas, prior of Bestone, and Sir Robert de Braumford, rector of
the church of Surlingham, for ten years, of the manor of Bestone in the
hundred of Northerpingham, which she held of the king's grant till the
full age of the heir of the lady Joan de Warenna, reserving the patronage
of Bestone church; the grantees to render certain services due to Dover
castle and to the said hundred, and 5d. yearly rent for a house at Crowmere.
Witnesses:—Sirs William de Kerdestone, Ralph de Hemenhale, John de
Bello Campo, John de Wascoyl, and John de Peytone, knights, and others
(named). Midsummer day, 25 Edward I. Seal of arms.|
|Norf.||A. 5578. Letter of attorney by Simon Bettys of Heverynglond,
authorising his son, William Bettys of Causton, to deliver to Henry Inglose
and Robert Inglose, esquires, William Lumnour, William Taverham, John
Palmer and John Hauk of Norwich, seisin of land in Felthorp, and the
advowson of the church there. 8 July, 30 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Norf.||A. 5579. Grant by Sir Thomas, earl of Lancaster and Leicester,
steward of England, to Sir John de Warenne, earl of Surrey, for his life, of
the manors of Gymyngham, Methelwold, Thefford and Beston, and the
hundreds of Galehouwe and Brothercros. Pontefract Castle, 4 February,
12 Edward II. French.|
|Norf.||A. 5580. Grant by the warden and college of the Annunciation of
the Virgin (Gonville and Caius), Cambridge, witnessing that whereas the
prior and convent of St. Pancras, Lewes, have given to them the advowsons
of the churches of Fouldon and Wylton, with the portions or pensions of the
said churches, the present grantors are willing that the said portions or
pensions may belong to the prior and convent until they obtain peaceful
possession of a moiety of the church of Walpol, apportioned to them by Sir
William, bishop of Norwich. London, Wednesday after St. Matthew,
28 Edward III.|
Underwritten: Confirmation by William, bishop of Norwich. Manor of
Hoxne, 2 October, A.D. 1354, in the eleventh year of his consecration.
|[Notts.]||A. 5581. Grant by William Colstan of Flyntham, to Sir Thomas de
Goussehull, knight, of land in Flyntham, part lying upon Bremfurlang by
William Hotoft's land abutting on 'le Graunge,' part in 'le morlandes,' part
on Colbenfurlang, part at 'le Forye' abutting on 'le Bek,' part on Longeholm abutting on Greydeles, part at Crossebek, part upon and part under
Pesehull, part on Leyerpittes abutting on Foldingstrete, part on Heselforyegate, part in Holdegatebrekys, part at 'le snapp,' part at Holdegatesti, part
on Midelbreche, part at 'le Overecotes,' part in Schakerdalebrekkes, part
by 'le Overstrete' abutting on the headland (foreram) of Doncowe, part in
'le Galle,' part in 'le Neyerinnam,' part in 'le flet,' part between 'le Dykes,'
part in 'le Hourlewonge,' part at Hokesworthewylowes, and part in Leppir'.
Witnesses:—John Heuse, lord of Flyntham, and others (named). Tuesday
after Midsummer, 4 Edward III.|
|[Notts.]||A. 5582. Demise by Robert de Alverton to Roger on the Grene, and
Myrelda his wife, of Flintham, for nine years, of land in Flintham, part
lying at Scorteling and abutting on Sike, and part on High Codehull.
Witnesses:—Robert Averanch, Geoffrey de Selton, Geoffrey de Gorham,
and others (named). Michaelmas, 2 Edward [I].|
|[Notts.]||A. 5583. Grant by William de Alverton of Flintham, to Hugh son of
Geoffrey Payn of Neuuerc, of land in Flintham, lying at Stanistrete, and
abutting on the 'fosse' between the lands of Sir Nicholas de Wychefort
and Robert Morin. Witnesses:—Robert de Wychefort, Dur' de Gorham,
and others (named).|
|[Notts.]||A. 5584. Grant by Thomas del Grenegarth of Flintham, to William
Westrens', and Agatha his wife, in fee, of common of pasture in Flintham
pasture, belonging to the grantor's land of the fee of Lancaster. Witnesses:
—Geoffrey de Selton, Robert de Alverton, Richard de Gorham, and others
|Notts. [York.]||A. 5585. Acquittance by Thomas de Feriby, rector of the church of
Kypax, co. York, for 100s. received from Henry de Haverhange, of Flyntham,
co. Notts, in payment of a bond. London, 1 May, 2 Richard II. Portion
|[Notts.]||A. 5586. Release, in fee, by William Morin of Flintham, to Sir John
Hose and Agnes his wife, of his right in land in Flintham, part at the
door of the grange between the lands of Richard Bolre and Thomas le
Freman, part on Bremefurlang, part above Gallethorne abutting 'in to the
Linge and Galle Sike,' adjoining land of the abbot of Wellebec. Witnesses:
—Master William de Barro, rector of the church of Flintham, Geoffrey de
Gorram, Geoffrey de Scelton, and others (named).|
|[Notts.]||A. 5587. Grant by John Taylour of Flintham, to Robert Fraunceis
of Flintham, and Alice his wife, of land in Flintham, part on Cresbek
and part on Thawmonddole, Tuesday, the feast of St. Alban the martyr.
|[Notts.]||A. 5588. Demise by Alexander de Aselactone, to Hugh de Flintham,
of land in Flintham on Pesehil, to hold till he shall have received therefrom
twelve crops, with warranty for eighteen years, Michaelmas day.
30 Henry III.|
|[Notts.]||A. 5589. Grant by Agnes Taylour of Flyntham, to William son of
Roger de Flyntham, of a messuage, &c. adjoining a lane called 'Awburn
lane' in Flyntham. Feast of St. Hilary, A.D. 1381.|
|[Notts.]||A. 5590. Grant by Durand le Mareschal of Flintham, to John the
smith (fabro) of Flintham, and Isabella his wife, of land in Flintham
lying at 'le Houtgong,' towards Newerk. 3rd of the Ides of October [13
October], A.D. 1321. Fragment of seal.|
|[Notts.]||A. 5591. Grant by Thomas son of Osbert de Flintham, to Robert
the marshal (marescallo), of land in Flintham, lying on Stretfurlang, by
the road from Sireston, and abutting on Fildigstrete. Witnesses:—Robert
de Wicheford, Durant de Gorham, and others (named).|
|[Notts.]||A. 5592. Grant by Robert son of Reginald de Flintham, to John
the smith (fabro) of Flintham, and Isabella his wife, of land in Flintham,
part without 'Le fremond yerd,' part in Greidole, and part in Longdole.
18th of the kalends of December (14 November), A.D. 1322. Portion of
|[Notts.]||A. 5593. Grant by Gilbert Colstan of Flintham, to Hugh son of
Geoffrey Payn, of land in Flintham, part on Radegers and part on Clacquesholm, by the land of Sir Walter de Gousel. Witnesses:—Sir Nicholas de
Wichefort, Durant de Gorram, and others (named). Injured.|
|[Notts.]||A. 5594. Grant by Robert de Averenges of Flintham, to Thomas,
parson of Flintham, of land in Flintham, part on Neuuelsic, part against
Witecros, part on Oudehil, part on Wrangelandes, part at Pit on Kerfurlang,
and part at Harecotes on Midelfurlang. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de
Daincurt, Robert de Auburne, Alexander de Aslacton, and others (named).
|[Notts.]||A. 5595. Bond by Sir William de Alyngton and Thomas his son, to
Hugh Hose of Flyntham, for 80l. Flyntham, Thursday the vigil of the
apostles Simon and Jude, 3 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|Leic.||A. 5596. Demise by Thomas Staunton of Staunton, and William
Thorp of Thorp, esquires, at the request of Henry Husy of Flyntham, co.
Notts, esquire, to Thomas Thurland of Notyngham, merchant, for ten
years, of the manor of Fenedrayton by Boresworth. 12 August, 5 Edward IV.
Portion of seal, defaced.|
|[Notts.]||A. 5597. Grant by Thomas in 'le Grenegarth,' of Flintham, to
William le Westerin, and Agatha his wife, of Flintham, of land in Flintham,
part on 'le Cliffild atehalgate' on 'le Hoverfurlong,' and part in Galle on
'le Hoverfurlong,' 'ate Wlverichou.' Witnesses:—Sir John le Hose and
Geoffrey de Gorram of Flintham, and others (named).|
|[Notts.]||A. 5598. Grant by William Morin to Sir John Hose and Agnes his
wife, in fee, of land in Flintham, part abutting on 'le tundole,' part upon
Barlilandes abutting on 'le Beck,' part at Morkerwong, part at Sothritstob,
part 'atte sortling,' part 'atte hernehonyes,' and part 'atte Harecotes.'
Witnesses:—Sir Elias de Odeston, Fulco de Hotoft, Geoffrey de Gorham,
and others (named).|
|[Notts.]||A. 5599. Grant by Thomas son of Osbert de Flintham, to Robert the
marshal (marescallo), of land in Flintham, lying under the road from
Kniveton. Witnesses:—Durand de Gorham, John de Grenegart, and
|[Notts.]||A. 5600. Grant by Thomas de Gorham of Flintham, to John the
smith (fabro) of Flintham, and Isabella his wife, of land in Flintham, part
lying against the moor of Sir Walter de Gousyl, knight, part on Longlevingrave, and part in Kodilmedowe. The morrow of the Ascension, A.D.