Deeds
A.6101 - A.6122

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History of Parliament Trust

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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264-267

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'Deeds: A.6101 - A.6122', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 264-267. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64340 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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A.6101 - A.6122

[Herts.]A. 6101. Demise by Henry de Furneus, to the canons of the Holy Trinity, London, of his share, viz. seven parts, of the mill of Bracking, except the meadow of Laugrave and land in Duna. Witnesses:—Richard de Melkel', William de Audebir', Nicholas de Gatesbir', John de Lesn', and others (named).
[N'hamp.]A. 6102. Grant by John Simond of Esseby (Ashby), St. Leger, to Petronilla, relict of the late Robert le Bacheler, of the same, of land in Esseby, part in the east field at Steneneford, and part in the west field on Stocwellefurlong. Sunday before Michaelmas, 20 Edward II. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 6103. Release by William Gereberd son of William Gereberd, to Robert Gereberd, of all his right in the land given to him by his said father in Netheraven'. Witnesses:—Sirs Nicholas de Haveresham, sheriff of Wilts, Ralph de Salseto, Roland de Dodingesel[es], Giles de Berkel', and others (named). [25–30 Henry III.]
[Norf.]A. 6104. Demise by John Howet of Gillyngham, Robert Fraunceys of Becclys, Edmund Ripyng, Walter Quynt, Thomas Wylde, and Edmund Fraunceys, of the same, to Ralph Willoughby, esquire, John Gryce, John Hunne, and John Bowys, of all that land in Geldeston which they lately had, with other lands &c. of the demise of Robert Barker, chaplain. 18 January, 15 Henry VII. Six seals.
[Hants.]A. 6105. Release by Margaret late the wife of Thomas Chambre, widow, to William atte Wode and Alice his wife, of all her right in a cottage and curtilage in Crischurche Twynham, in 'le Castelstret.' Sunday after Midsummer day, 12 Henry IV. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 6108. Grant by Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng, son and next heir of Adam Rownyng late of the same, to John Gyles of the same, John Brack the elder, and John Poumfreyt the younger, of the same, of land in Skernyng, which he inherited from his said father, adjoining land of the manor or Huntyngfeldhall, and which his said father had of the gift of Marjory Ede, widow, late the wife of Roger Ede of Skernyng. 8 September, 16 Edward IV.
[Devon.]A. 6107. Demise by John Saxffen, to William Brown and Joan his wife, for their lives, of all his lands and meadows in Denehayse, in the parish of Clyst Honyton, which Margery Brown now holds; with letter of attorney authorising Richard Wyndbowe and Richard Westcoute to deliver seisin of the premises. Feast of the Annunciation, 23 Henry VII. Portion of seal.
[Norf.]A. 6108. Grant by John Poumfreyt the younger, of Skernyng, to Robert Baker, vicar of the parish church of Skerning, Geoffrey Brack, and John Michell, of the same, of the land described in A. 6106. 6 February. 8 Henry VII. Seal.
[Salop.]A. 6109. Demise by Margaret Gryme of the Seet, widow, to Rauf Aisshton of Ludlowe, milward, for twenty-one years, of her 'cornmille' or 'grystmylle' called 'the Seet Mylle,' with the 'fishwerk' belonging thereto, on the river of Temede 'fast by the Weeping Cros of Ludlowe.' 26 October, 10 Henry VII. English. Seal broken.
[Cornw.]A. 6110. Acquittance by Sir William Hereward, to Roger de Reskemmel, for 20l. received on account of the king's aid for Scotland. Hellaund, Thursday before St. Gregory the pope, 16 Edward II.
[Cornw.]A. 6111. Release by Stephen, son of John de Treiagu, knight, to John de Nauntian, Robert Berson, John Melyor, and Henry Maynard, of all his right in all his lands and tenements of Tredynec and Woyn by Lancolleth, which the grantees had of the grant of the said John de Treiagu, knight. Saturday before St. Luke the evangelist, 3 Edward III. Seal.
(The name of the first grantee occurs also in the above deed as John de Launtyan; see A. 659.)
[Surrey.]A. 6112. Writ to the wardens of the temporalities of the bishopric of Winchester, which are in the king's hand, for the payment of a yearly rent of 12 marks to the prior of Bermondsey, from the bishop of Winchester's manor of Suthwerke. Westminster, 16 May, 17 Edward II.
Also, Acquittance by the prior of Bermondsey to the wardens of the bishopric of Winchester, for 4l., part of a yearly rent of 8l. due from the bishops of Winchester for certain mills &c. in Southwerke. Mondny before St. Barnabas, 17 Edward [II].
Also, Extract from the account of the wardens of the temporalities of the bishopric of Winchester for 17 Edward [II], showing the payment of 4l. to the prior of Bermondesey for a rent due to him in Suthwerke.
Also, Grant by Richard, bishop of Winchester, acknowledging that he has yearly paid to the monks of Bermondsey, 8l. for houses &c. in the monastery of St. Saviour's, Bermondsey, lying in the parish of St. Margaret Suthwerke, and which he has given to his church of Winchester and his successors for ever. Witnesses:—Herbert of Canterbury, and Roger of Winchester, archdeacons, and others (named).
Also, Acknowledgment by Henry, bishop of Winchester, that he holds certain lands from the monks of Bermondsey at a rent of 40s. Witnesses: —Richard de Menys, Master Jordan Wacius, archdeacon of Durham, and others (named). Copies on one skin.
Endorsed: 'viijli payd yearelye to Bardmonseye Abbaye out of the Busshop of Winchester lande in Suthwerke.'
Linc.A. 6113. Conveyance by John att Stanes of Pertenay, William Borell of the same, and William Kelpyn of Sansthorp, to Thomas Blesseby of Aswardby, and Thomas Drant of the same, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Aswardby and Haryngton, which they lately had of the grant of Thomas Cooke, rector of the church of Langton by Pertenay, John de Askeby, parson of the church of Castelcarleton, and Robert Bradnam of Brynhill. The feast of St. Dunstan, 5 Henry V.
[ ]A. 6114. Grant by Roger de Morvill, to Adam de Morvill, of all his land of Brunestune and Cumbe. Witnesses:—Joel de Valletorta, Herbert de Caune, John de Schilstone, Richard the clerk of Heffeld, and others (named).
Linc.A. 6115. Grant by Ralph de Crophille, parson of the church of Cotyngham, Richard de Bytham, parson of two parts of the church of Repyngale, John Lepere, parson of the third part of the same church, and Alan de Kyrkeby, chaplain of the chantry of St. Anne of Repyngale, to John Goderyk of Rokyngham, and Eleanor his wife, in tail, of the manors of Ryngesdon and Lesyngham, with the advowson of the church of Lesyngham, with remainder in tail, to William son of the said John Goderyk, and in fee to Robert, William's brother. Sunday after St. Botulph the abbot, 46 Edward III. Seal and portions of seal.
[Chesh.]A. 6116. Grant by William de Derisbur', to Hugh, his brother, of all the land which William de Mora held of the grantor in Derisburi, and all the grantor's new assart which extends from the hedge of the brethren of the Grange of Acton to the end of the assart (assarti stember), as the moor divides; with agistment for sixty bogs, to be reduced in number in case of failure of mast (pro defectu pessone); at a yearly rent of 1 lb. of pepper or 7d. to be paid on the feast of the nativity of the Virgin at Halton Market, and one hog. Witnesses:—Thomas de Dutton, Geoffrey de Buddeworth, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 6117. Grant by Richard Newman, son and heir of Thomas Newman, late of Skernyng, to Richard Hoo, Edmund Bedingfeld, knight, Christopher Jeundy, esquire, Thomas Bury, Robert Kirkby and John Gigges, to the use of the said Richard Hoo, of land in Skernyng lying in Longmadowes and adjoining land of the manor of Skernynghall. 31 May, 19 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Chesh.A. 6118. 'Endenture of dome,' being the award by John of Caryngton, knight, in a cause between Edward the Masscy of Altryncham, and James of Sale, and Margery his wife, relative to certain land in Altryncham called 'Bradley hey' concerning which the said Edward has brought an assize of novel disseisin against the said James and Margery in the king's court at Chester; viz. James is to make no defence against Edward in the said assize, and is to deliver to him a release made by Alice Pycart to Thomas Duncalf, Margery's grandfather, of part of a messuage and land in Altryncham, and Edward is to pay to James 7 marks, and release to him all costs recovered by Edward in the said court, for the said matter.
15 January, 11 Henry VI. English. Seal.
[Chesh.]A. 6119. Release by Henry de Bechinton and Alice his wife, to Henry le Norreys and Margery his wife, of all their right in a third part of the town of Derisburi in Haltonesire; for which release the said grantees have given to the releasors and to Isabella de Derisburi, relict of Alan de Lascelis, all their lands in the towns of Pulton in Waley, Lisecair and Secumbe. Witnesses:—Sirs Patrick de Hasilwalle and Roger de Dunvile, knights, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 6120. Grant by Walter ad Petram, to William le Plomer and Emma his wife, of land in Heytmundegrave. Witnesses:—Simon Chacede, Walter Graunfrey, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 6121. Grant by Richard Rissele of Kerbrok, to Roger Umbeyn, dwelling in Skernygg, of land in Skernygg, in 'the Longmedwe', adjoining land of Sir Constantine de Mortuo Mari, knight. Trinity Sunday, 27 Edward III. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 6122. Grant by Roger Umbeyn of Skernyngg, to Richard Kyngth, of the same, chaplain, of land in Skernyngg, in 'le Longmedwe,' which he had of the grant of Richard Rissele of Kerbrok. Thursday, the feast of the conception of the Virgin Mary, 8 Richard II. Seal.