Deeds
B.4101 - B.4200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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293-305

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'Deeds: B.4101 - B.4200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 293-305. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64344 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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B.4101 - B.4200

[Heref.]B. 4101. Release by Denise, late the wife of Henry son of Ralph, to William Wyther, of all her right in a rent which the 6aid Henry sold to the said William, issuing from land in Hereford, in the street where meat was sold. Witnesses:—John Aldecrist, William de la Stowe, and others (named).
[Heref.]B. 4102. Grant by Ralph the goldsmith (aurifaber), son of Arnold the saddler (sellarii), to Adam Saym, of land in Hereford. Witnesses:— John son of Serricus and William Palmer, provosts of Hereford, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4103. Grant by John Walker, executor of the will of William Mason, to Thomas Morton and Richard Judde, clerks, and others (named), of a tenement or garden in Hereford, extending from the street called 'Mallierstrete' to the city walls; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Hay ward to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Richard Browne, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). 10 April, 18 Henry VII. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4104. Letter of attorney by John Vuet, Richard Wyllyes, chaplain, and Thomas Carewe, authorising Edmund Baker to deliver seisin to John Barre and John Skydmour, knights, and others named, of a tenement with a garden and meadow adjoining, and other lands in Hereford, in the street called 'Blakmeston.' 16 June, 29 Henry VI. Seal and portion of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4105. Grant by Walter Hille of Putteley, to William Monyngton, Hugh Carewe, and others (named), of a tenement with a garden and meadow adjoining in Hereford, in the street called 'Blakemeston,' between the field called 'Wyfeld,' and the high road from Drybrugge to Yelyngetre. Witnesses:—Maurice Neuton, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). 3 March, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref]B. 4106. Grant in frank almoin by Adam Seym, to the monks ot Pore, of a piece of land [in Hereford], that they may have a hostel there when they come to Hereford. Witnesses:—William Wither, Walter Syward, William de la Felde, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Heref]B. 4107. Grant by Walter Hiile of Putteley, to William Monyngton, Hugh Carewe, and others (named), for the grantor's life, of a toft with a croft in Hereford, adjoining a field called 'Wyfeld' and extending as far as 'le Almeshalle,' with other land in the said field. 3 March, 27 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4108. Release by William Lawrence, to Thomas Bodenham and others (named), of all his right in a tenement in Hereford, in the street called 'Hungreystrete,' in order to carry out the intentions in a schedule to a certain grant dated 10 February of the under-mentioned year. 15 February, 20 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4109. Demise in tail by Walter Draper, John Goodeman, and William Jones, to William Lawrence and Joan his wife, daughter of Howell ap Thomas, of all their messuage with a cellar (celario) in Hereford, opposite the chnrch of St. Peter, which they lately had of the grant of the said Lawrence; with remainder in fee to the said William, Witnesses:— Roger Gybbes, mayor of the said city, and others (named). 22 September, 11 Henry VII. Three seals.
[Heref.]B. 4110. Grant by John Vuet, Richard Wyllyes, chaplain, and Thomas Carewe, to John Barre and John Skydmore, knights, and others (named), of a tenement with a garden and meadow, and other land &c. in Hereford, in the street called 'Blakmeston,' which they lately had of the grant of Walter Hyll of Putteley. Witnesses:—John Fuster, mayor of the said city, and others (named). 16 June, 29 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Heref.]B. 4111. Grant by William Wither, to Alice late the wife of Roco son of Mael, of a moiety of certain land in the town of Hereford, where meat was sold. Witnesses:—William Palmer, Adam Sessin, John Seerich, provosts, and others (named). Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4112. Release by Richard Etkyns of Yarkehill, Alice his wife, and Thomas their son, to Isabell Gardener the prioress, and the convent, of Acornebury, of all their right in a tenement, garden, and close in the suburb of Hereford in Blakemaston in the parish of St. Martin the bishop, extending from the high road to the field called 'Wyefeld.' 24 March, 10 Henry VII. Two seals.
[Heref.]B. 4113. Grant by Matilda Selby, late the wife of Robert Selby of Hereford, widow, to Isabella Haukyns of Hereford, by which the grantor undertakes to receive on the soil and land of her tenement in Hereford by Mulkelane, opposite St. Peter's church, all the rain water from a tenement of the said Isabella, adjoining that of the grantor, the said water to belong to the grantee, who is to keep the gutters in repair which are between the said tenements. Monday after the Assumption, 13 Henry VI. Seal.
Essex.]B. 4114. Grant by Nicholas Oliver of Waltham Holy Cross, to Michael de Brokesbourne, Beatrice his wife, and Edith their daughter, and their heirs de gradu in gradum exeuntibus, of part of a tenement with a house built thereon, and pasture for two beasts in Hokesmersh, in the hamlet of Halifeld, adjoining the lane called 'Mundegomeslane'; doing service for the grantor to the lord of 'la Pinacle.' Witnesses:—Walter de Halifeld, Robert de Pukelond, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]B. 4115. Grant by John called 'Dyve,' son of John 'le Bakere,' of Ware, the younger, to William de Waleden, clerk, and Elizabet his wife, of land in Little Hadham, part lying in the field called 'Hasshecroft,' and part in the field called 'Wolcherschesfeld, abutting on the park of Sir Robert Bard, knight, called 'Ponesho,' and on the high road from Hadham ad fraxinum to Newport. Witnesses:—Sir Walter le Baud, knight, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 4116. Grant by Ralph Wlston of Hildeboreworthe, to Henry the carpenter (carpentario) of Berthon, of a meadow in Hildeboreworthe (Hillborough) called 'le Fremoneshomme,' between 'le Westcrofte' and the [river] Avon. Feast of the Purification, A.D. 1317. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4117. Grant by John Orchard, son and heir of Walter Orchard, late citizen of Hereford, to Richard Pepur, William More, mason, and Massy Grove, citizens of the same, of a messuage, garden, and croft in Hereford, in Wyebruggestrete, beyond 'le Druybrugge,' adjoining 'le Kyngesdiche,' and extending to land in the field called 'Wyefeld.' Monday, the feast of St. Leonard, 4 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]B. 4118. Grant in frank almoin by Richard son of Reginald, to Richard the prior, and the monks, of St. Ives, of the homage and service due from Robert son of Hugh for land in Hemingford. Witnesses:— Richard, chaplain of St. Ives, Simon Ballard, Ralph Buche, and others (named). [Henry III.] Portion of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4119. Grant by Richard Pepur and William More, mason, citizens of Hereford, to Walter Hulle, son of Thomas Hulle of Putteley, of the premises described in B. 4117, in the parish of St. Martin, Hereford. Witnesses:—John Mey, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). Sunday after St. Hilary, 11 Henry IV. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4120. Grant by Walter Maydeston, called 'de la Boure,' to Thomas Home, Thomas Ree, and John Penke, chaplains, of a messuage and two shops, with solera thereon and a cellar, in Hereford, in the street called 'Hungreystrete,' opposite St. Peter's church; also of a way called 'le Aley,' leading from the said messuage to a lane called 'Behyndewalles,' with the gate of the said way. Witnesses:—Thomas Chippenham, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). Thursday after the Purification, 2 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4121. Confirmation by Reginald Monyword, clerk, son and heir of Richard Monyword son of John Monyword, late citizen of Hereford, of a grant made by the said Richard to the prioress and nuns of A[cornbury?], of a yearly rent issuing from a stall or shop in front of a tenement in Hereford, in the street called 'Hungreystrete.' 8 March, 16 Richard II. Injured. Seal of arms.
[N'hamp.]B. 4122. Grant by Walter Burgeys of Hynton, to Richard de Hetherinton, clerk, of all his tenements and land in Hynton. Feast of St. Andrew the apostle, 20 Edward I. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4123. Release by John Gregory of Hereford, baker, to Thomas Hore, citizen of Hereford, William Stourton, vicar of Lugwardyn, and John Prytfote, chaplain, of all his right in the premises described in B. 4120. Witnesses:—John Fuster, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). Monday before St. Bartholomew the apostle, 13 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4124. Release by Walter Hille of Putteley, to Wiliam Monyngton, and five others (named), of all his right in a tenement with a garden and meadow adjoining, in Hereford, in the street called 'Blakemeston,' between the field called 'Wyfeld' and the high road from Drybrugge to Yelyngetre 8 March, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4125. Letter of attorney by William Stourton, vicar of Lugwardyn, and John Prytfote, chaplain, authorising John Dudley, clerk, and David Mey alias Seybon, of Hereford, 'vyntener,' to deliver seisin to Isabella Haukyns of Hereford, of the premises described in B. 4120. 1 November, 18 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4126. Grant by Richard Leye, William Hemyng, chaplains, and John Colyar, of Hereford, to Thomas Hore, citizen of Hereford, William Stourton, vicar of Lugwardyn, and John Prytfote, chaplain, of the premises described in B. 4120. Witnesses:—John Fuster, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). Wednesday, the feast of St. Lawrence the martyr, 13 Henry VI. Three seals.
[Heref.]B. 4127. Grant by William Stourton, vicar of Lugwardyn, and John Prytfote, chaplain, to Isabella Haukyns of Hereford, of the premises described in B. 4120. Witnesses:—John Fuster, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). 1 November, 18 Henry VI. Portion of seal.
[Heref.]B. 4128. Grant in frank almoin by John son of David Lur, of Hyniton, to the prioress and convent of Acorneburi, of a rent which the grantor used to receive from Richard, clerk of St. Peter's in Traddel (Straddle), for a messuage in Hyniton. Witnesses:—John de Wigeo, Richard de Chandus of Wilmeston, and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Carta Joh[annis] le lur de Straddel.'
[Heref.]B. 4129. Grant in frank almoin by William Bade son of William Bade, of Hinitone in Stradel, to the prioress and convent of Acorneburis, of 14d. yearly rent [in Hiniton], from certain persons named. Witnesses:— Richard son of Gilbert de Chandos, William de Manbache, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Carta Will[elm]i Bade de reditu de Hiniton.'
[Somers.]B. 4130. Release by Joan, late the wife of John son of Lawrence de Cornwaille, to William de Muleburne, of all her right in a fourth part of the manor of Hynetone by Modyford Terri, which the said William had of the gift of Lawrence de Cornwaille, and in other lands or tenements of the said Lawrence and Lawrence. Monday, the feast of St. George the martyr, 12 Edward II. Seal of arms.
[N'hamp.]B. 4131. Release by Walter Burgeys of Hynton, to Richard de Hetheryngton, clerk, of all his right in a messuage, and in all the lands and tenements in Hynton, which the said Richard has of Walter's gift; with further release of all right in 16s. yearly rent and in all other services due from the said Richard for the said lands and tenements. London, Wednesday after St. Tiburcius and St. Valerian, 21 Edward I. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment before the Justices of the Bench on Saturday in the quindene of Easter, or on Saturday next after the said quindene, 21 Edward [I].
[York.]B. 4132. Grant by Walter de Brocton of Elredeby, to William de Lincoln, of the service of Thomas de Hylderwell for land with a toft in Hylderwelle, with 3d. yearly rent for the same. Witnesses:—Sir Adam de Setton, Nicholas de Elredeby, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Somers.B. 4133. Demise by Hugh Courtenay, esquire, lord of Hynton by Modeford, to William Godesone of the same, for his life, of a tenement in the same, and of a piece of land within the manor of Hynton, called 'le Harpe.' Morrow of Michaelmas, 18 Henry VI. Seal.
Wilts.B. 4134. Letter of attorney by Edward, earl of Hertford, authorising Thomas Hill to receive seisin from John Barwyke of Eston, gentleman, of a pasture called 'Hyppyngescombe,' alias 'Ippyngescombe,' and of all the manors and lands &c. which the said John has granted to the said earl. 12 July, 36 Henry VIII. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 4135. Confirmation by Margery de Tywe, late the wife of Sir Hugh de Tywe, lady of Hynton, widow, of the grant made by Robert her father, lord of Hynton, to the canons of Esseby, of 30d. yearly rent, with further grant to them in frank almoin by the said Margery, with the consent of Hugh her son and heir, of 12d. yearly rent from land in Hynton. Witnesses:—Richard Basset, lord of Wodeford, Richard de Appeltre, and others (named).
[Somers.]B. 4136. Conveyance by John Granvill, parson of the church of Yevele and lord of the same town, to John Saferon and Matilda his wife, for their lives, of pasture land in Hyneford, adjoining a pasture called 'Godewynesm[er]ssh.' Thursday the feast of the Ascension, 6 Henry IV. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 4137. Grant in frank almoin by William Bade of Hinitone, to the nuns of Acorneburis, of 2s. 6d. yearly rent from certain tenants (named) in Over Hiniton, to be received on the anniversary of Sir Matthew de Gamages, for a pittance. Witnesses:—Henry de Solers, Roger Ragun, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 4138. Grant in frank almoin by Wlstan de Hyldeburwrth, son of Randolph le Serjaunt, to the monks of Bordesley, of land in Hyldeburwrth (Hillborough) below 'le Lowe Ulle,' extending into Kyngesbroc, which his mother, Muriele, gave to them. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Pancefote, Roger Godefrei of Bidiford, Martin de Berton, and others (named). Seal.
[Worc.]B. 4139. Agreement between the abbot and convent of Bordesley of the one part, and William Burnulf son of Ralph Burnulf of Benetthl[ey], of the other, relative to certain land in Himmingehale, in dispute between the said parties in the Court Christian before the official of Worcester, and which the said Ralph left by his will to the said abbot and convent; viz. the said William has released all his right in the said land to the said monks, who, after taking possession thereof, have granted it to William for his life; for the observance of which the said parties have bound themselves under a penalty of 20s. Witnesses:—Master Thomas the official, Thomas de Stoke, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'T[ar]debigge' &c.
[Heref.]B. 4140. Grant in frank almoin by Robert de Wylmeston, to the monks of Dore, of all his land adjoining land of the said monks called 'Hyldithelee.' Witnesses:—John de Maubache, Walter de Chandos, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Godwey.'
[York.]B. 4141. Grant by Walter called 'de Brocton,' of Hylderwelle, to Thomas, called 'de Balderton,' of the same, of land in Hylderwelle, Witnesses:—Sir Ambrose de Camera, Adam de Seton, Robert de Ackelum and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 4142. Grant by Milisaunte le Fremon, late the wife of Hugh le Fremon of Hildeberworthe, widow, to Henry the carpenter (carpentario) of Berthon, of a meadow called 'le Fremoneshomme,' between 'le Westcroft' and the Avon, in Hildebereworthe; the grantee to pay 5s. yearly, from the feast of the Purification, A.D. 1317. Budiford, feast of the Annunciation, A.D. 1297, 25 Edward I. Portion of seal.
[Warw.]B. 4143. Grant in frank almoin by Muriele, late the wife of Randolph le Serjaunt of Hyldeburwrthe, to the monks of Bordesley, of land in Hyldeburwrthe, below 'le Lowe Ulle,' extending into Kyngesbroc. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Pancefot, Roger Godefrei of Bidiford, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 4144. Agreement between John the abbot, and the convent, of Bordesley, and Milisaunte le Fremon, late the wife of Hugh le Fremon of Hyldebeworthe, widow, by which the said Milisaunte has conveyed to the said abbot, for twenty years, her meadow in Hyldebeworthe (Hillborough) called 'le Fremoneshomme,' lying between 'le Westcroft' and the Avon; the said term to commence at the Purification, 25 Edward I. Portion of seal.
[Somers.]B. 4145. Grant by Roger Mautravers and Thomas de Hombre, to Sir John Mautravers, lord of Lychet, of a messuage in Hyneford, and the advowson of the church of Ievele. Wichampton, Wednesday after the Annunciation, 18 Edward III. Portions of two seals.
Endorsed: 'Carta de separacione advocacionis ecclesie de Yevele de manerio de Hyneford in comitatu Somers.'
[Warw.]B. 4146. Grant in frank almoin by Robert le Fremon of Hildebureworthe, to the monks of Bordesley, of permission to plough and sow their land of Hildebureworthe, and to pass over the grantor's land when they wish, and to raise, repair, and reduce their pond at their will. Witnesses:—Roger Godefrey of Budiford, Martin de Berton, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 4147. Release in frank almoin by William le Fremon son of Robert le Fremon of Hildeburewrthe, to the abbot and monks of Bordesley, of all the lands which they held of his fee in Hildeburwrthe. Witnesses:— Roger Godefrey, Master Martin de Berton, and others (named). Portion of seal.
Endorsed: 'Budiford.'
[York.]B. 4148. Grant in tail by Thomas called 'de Baldertona,' of Hylderwelle, to Roger de Lofthus son of Thomas de Broctona, in free marriage with the grantor's daughter Lucy, of land with a toft and croft in Hylderwelle. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Setona and Robert de Acclum, knights, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 4149. Grant in tail by the abbot and convent of Pippewell, to William son of John Mervyn of Westhaddon, of land in the same which the grantors recovered against the grantee before the justices itinerant at Northampton, and which lies upon Depedale Neyerehul, by land of the prior of Davintre. Thursday before St. Barnabas the apostle, 4 Edward III.
[Hunt.]B. 4150. Grant by Warin son of Geoffrey Camberlain of Hemingford, to Simon eon of Stephen de Hocton, of land in Hemingford, part in the field towards Gummecestro in Losebuttes, part abutting on the Cambridge road, part upon Lytle Biryhil, part in the field towards Stanton, next the road from Gilling, and part in Maniwell by the tillage of the abbot of Eameseye &c. also a meadow in the meadow of Hemmingford called 'Halu.' Witnesses:—Sirs Philip de Stanton, sheriff, William de Bokeswortb, Simon de Copmanford, and others (named).
Hunt.B. 4151. Release by Jordan de Insula of Haluton, co. York, and Alice his wife, granddaughter and one of the heirs of the late Master John Clarell, to Robert, rector of the church of Hemmingford Abbots, of all their right in a messuage in the said town next the high road leading to the cemetery of the said church, and in certain land there; the said Clarell, late rector of the said church, having acquired the said premises. Thursday after St. Lucy the virgin, 27 Edward I. Portion of seal.
[Worc.]B. 4152. Release by Margaret Tandy of Claynek, to John Wighte, son and heir of John Wighte her brother, deceased, of all [her] lands, tenements, and messuages within the lordship of Hagley, and of all actions against her said brother and his said son. Witnesses:—Master John Fleming, rector of Hagley, and others (named). Morrow of St. Andrew the apostle, 6 Henry VII.
[Herts.]B. 4153. Grant by Roger de Foxcote and Alice his wife, daughter of the late Geoffrey called 'le Mouner,' to John de Melkleye, of land in Stondon, part in a field called 'Dungrave,' part in 'les Cumbes,' part in the fields called 'Hanley,' 'Kolvrefeld,' and 'Halfacris,' and part in the field of 'Penheden'; in exchange for land and wood in Little Hadham. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Melkleye and Walter le Baud, knights, and others (named).
[Salop.]B. 4154. Grant in tail by William son of Eynon Newyt, to Yorvert son of Yorvert, called the leech (medici), and Wenliant his wife, of land in Hal ton, part extending to land of the prior of Chirbury. Witnesses:— William de Mariton, Robert son of Howel, and others (named). Seal.
[Worc.]B. 4155. Grant by Henry, lord of Haggeleye, to Walter le Wytht, of a messuage and land, with a garden and curtilage adjoining, in Haggeleye, with common of pasture in all places where the grantor's tenants have right of common. Witnesses:—Henry de la Grave, John de Madeleye, and others (named). Seal.
[Salop.]B. 4156. Grant in frank almoin by Wyn son of Gadugau of Chyrstoke, to the canons of Chyrebury, of land in Haliton, part extending to the brook which descends from Gweencroys, and part extending to the meadow called 'Gweencroys,' with all his share of the said meadow. Witnesses:—Sir Roger, vicar of Chyrebury, Yorford ab Kadugan, and others (named). Seal.
[Essex.]B. 4157. Release by Simon Taverner and Edith his wife, to John son of Michael de Brokesbourne, of all their right in part of a tenement with a house built upon it and pasture for two beasts in Hokesmersh, lying in Halifeld, extending to the field called 'le Heyefeld.' St. Barnabas day 6 Edward [III ?]. Seal.
[Linc.]B. 4158. Grant by Alice de Lascy, to Master Robert her cook, of a toft in Halton-on-Trent, in exchange for a toft in the same, which Robert had of her gift, and for land lying in Endresdale, in Halton. Witnesses:— Sirs Roger de Trompington, John de Crosaker, and Berengarius de Castro Vitreo, knights, and others (named).
[Worc.]B. 4159. Grant by Henry, lord of Haggeleye, to Henry son of Henry de la Grave, of a messuage, garden, and curtilage, with land in Haggeleye The feast of St. Richard the Confessor, 22 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Sussex.]B. 4160. Grant by William Wateresfelde of Rustiton (Rustington), to Gilbert le Passur of Hampton, of land in the same, in a field called 'Biistesortere.' Saturday after St. Hilary, 15 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]B. 4161. Release by John Wawe of Braddene, co. Northampton, to Sir John Braylus, rector of the church of Hadeburry, John Knyth of Bradeley, Henry Wyntourfold of Hamburry, and Nicholas Wawe of Bradeleye, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. called 'Parkhalle,' in the parish of Hambury (Hanbury), or in the manor of Holewey. Saturday after the Annunciation, 50 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Linc.]B. 4162. Confirmation by Ralph Endeby, to Agnes the prioress of St. Michael's by Staunford, of the grant made in frank almoin by Sir Henry de Hanwile to the nuns there, of two quarters of good corn to be received yearly at his manor of Hakunby within the quindene of Michaelmas; which grant was acknowledged in 2 Edward I., by Thomas de Hanwyll, lord of the said manor, to Elizabeth, prioress of the said church; the said prioress, Agnes, and her successors to observe each year the death or anniversary of the said Ralph and Elizabeth his wife and their children; with grant by the said Agnes that each year in which the said Ralph or his heirs &c. shall pay 6s. 8d. to the said prioress, within three weeks after Michaelmas, they shall be quit of the said rent. Monday before Christmas, 13 Henry IV. Seal of arms.
[Sussex.]B. 4163. Release by Alan son of Simon de Welton, to Adam the clerk of Hampton, and Agnes his wife, of all his right in a messuage and curtilage, with land and pasture for one cow and three hogs in Hampton by Arundel, which they had of the grant of the said Simon. Estangemeryng, Monday after the Circumcision, 18 Edward III. Seal.
[Sussex.]B. 4164. Conveyance by Peter the abbot, and the convent, of St. Martin's, Seez, to John Ligir of Hampton, Joan his wife, and John their son, for two hundred years, of a messuage and land in Hampton. Sealed with the common seal of their bailiwick of Atherington. Saturday after Midsummer, A.D. 1368. Fragment of seal and counterseal.
[Sussex.]B. 4165. Grant by John Triacle, to Sirs Thomas le Mercier and William le Clerk, of Estergate, chaplains, of land in Hampton, in the field called 'Bynorthedweye.' Saturday after St. Hilary, 21 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Sussex.]B. 4166. Release by John, son of William Wateresfelde of Rustiton, to Gilbert Rolf of Hampton, of all his right in land in Hampton, which the said Gilbert acquired from the said William. 2 January, 21 Edward III. Seal.
Warw.B. 4167. Grant by John Edwardes of Hampton Kerdley (Curlew), husbandman, alias John . . . . . . of Hampton-on-the-hill, and Thomas his son, to Bennet David of Towsetour, co. Northampton, and others (named), of all their lands and tenements &c. in Hampton aforesaid; with letter of attorney authorising William Ende, chaplain, to delirer seisin of the same. 28 May, 14 Henry VII.
[Sussex.]B. 4168. Release by John son of John Juney of Hampton, to Sir Nicholas Passour of the same, chaplain, of all his right in land at Hampton, in the field called 'Bynorthe Weye,' which the releasor had of the gift of the said John Juney. Sunday after the Purification, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 4169. Release by Agnes daughter of Robert le Laundne, late the wife of Richard le Mareschal of Wappenham, widow, to William Stalworyeman of Morton, of all her right in a messuage and land, with pasture for one animal in Langslade, which William, father of the said William, had of the gift of Richard le Mareschal and the releasor, in Morton [Pinkney]. Wedon, day of St. Faith the virgin, 32 Edward [I]. Fragments of seal.
[Worc.]B. 4170. Demise by Edmund de Hampton of Evesham, to Master Robert the cook (coco) of Evesham, and Christina his wife, for their lives, of land in Little Hamptone by Evesham, in 'le Forlong,' which [furlong] extends 'into' Greneweye. Feast of St. Thomas the apostle, 19 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
Sussex.B. 4171. Conveyance by Michael the abbot, and the convent, of St. Martin's, Seez, to John Wilcok, chaplain, for his life, of land in the grantor's town of Hamptone in England. Thursday in Easter-week, 37 Edward III. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 4172. Demise by John Mason and John Amory, to John Lardener of Barkeby, for twenty years, of a meadow called 'Long Dolus' in Hamulton (Hambleton). Sunday after Easter, 7 Henry IV.
Glouc. Wilts. Middx.B. 4173. Release by John Zouche, knight, lord of Zouche and Seymer, to William Zouche, esquire, his brother, of all his right in the manor of Hampton Meysy, and the advowson of the church there, and in messuages, lands and rent in the same, co. Gloucester, also in messuages and lands in Marston, and in the manor of Castell Eton, with the advowson of the church there, and in messuages, a mill, lands and rent in Castell Eton, co. Wilts; also in the manor of Barngrovis in Stanys, and in messuages, lands and rent in Stanys, co. Middlesex. 1 July, 19 Henry VII. Seal.
Sussex.B. 4174. Grant by John the abbot, and the convent, of St. Martin's, Seez, to Sir John Wilcok, rector of Flecchyng, for his life, of land in their town of Hampton in England. 15 January, A.D. 1390. Injured. Fragments of seal.
[Warw.]B. 4175. Confirmation by Thomas Edwardes of Preston Bagot, son of John Edwardes of Hampton Curley, of the grant made by John Edwardes his brother, to Bennet Davy, of a messuage and lands &c. in Hampton aforesaid, situated between a tenement of the earl of Warwick and a tenement of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Warwick; with release of all his right in the same. Hampton Curlue, Saturday the feast of St. Leonard the abbot, 17 Henry VII. Seal.
[Sussex.]B. 4176. Confirmation by Richard son of William the maimed (mancati) of Hamton, of the grant made by his brother Henry, to Alexander de Angemera, of land in Hamton, part in the field called 'la Hamme,' part in the field called 'Totteburemerke,' adjoining land of Herbert the merchant of Arundel, part in the furlong called 'Tomellos,' and part in the fields called 'Bisuthe Kedweie' and 'Biestestret.' Witnesses:—William de Gidney, Walter de Kingeston, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Sussex.]B. 4177. Grant by Simon de Weltone, to Adam the clerk, and Agnes his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage, pasture for one cow, lying in the pasture called 'Underthehamme,' and for three hogs, in Hamptone near Arundell. Thursday after the Annunciation, 16 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 4178. Conveyance by John Yaxle, serjeant-at-law, Peter Wodecok, clerk, William Mundes, gentleman, and John Fayrechyld, to William Leman of Sterston (Starston), and Thomas Barker of Harleston, to the use of the under-mentioned John Howes, of all the messuages and lands &c. which they lately had of the grant of the said John Howes, of Harleston; with letter of attorney authorising Matthew Dorkey, chaplain, to deliver seisin of the premises. 18 August, 7 Henry VII. Two seals.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
[Glouc.]B. 4179. Grant by John de Rodeburne, son of Thomas de Rodeburne, clerk, to Walter Blaking, of all his land &c. at [Minchin] Hampton which Ralph Brid lately held; rendering yearly a rose to the grantor, and doing service to the abbess of Caen (Cadamo). Witnesses:—John Achard, Walter de Neylesworthe, and others (named). Portion of seal.
Endorsed: 'Carta Johannis de Rodeburne facta Waltero Blakyng de terris in Munchene Hampton.'
[Oxford.]B. 4180. Grant by William son of Stephen de Hamton, to Adam son of Herbert, of land in Hamton [Gay ?]. Witnesses:—Roger de Bray, Adam de Bledesdan, Thomas Ku of Kidlington, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Norf. Suff.B. 4181. Conveyance by James Hobart, king's attorney, Thomas Harvy of Rikynghale, gentleman, John Gandy of Harleston and John Bacon of the same, at the request of Edward Fuller of Haveryng atte Bower, co. Essex, alias Edward Clerk, executor of the will of William Poyntras, son and heir of John Poyntras, and in fulfilment of the said will, to John Howes of Harleston aforesaid, Joan his wife, William Knyvet, knight, Edward Jenney and Walter Hobart, esquires, William Mundes and Richard Southall, of all the messuages, lands and tenements &c. formerly belonging to the said William and John Poyntras in Harleston, Sterston, and Nedeham, and elsewhere in the counties named; with letter of attorney authorising John Fairechild and Robert Toteld to deliver seisin. 26 May, 7 Henry VII. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Sussex.]B. 4182. Grant by Edward de Sancto Johanne, knight, to the abbot and convent of St. Martin's, Séez, of all the lands and tenements in Hampton, Clympyng, Rustyngton, and the city of Chichester, which he acquired from Sir William le Clerk, of Estergate, chaplain. Arundel. [Edward III ?] Undated Seal of arms.
[Hunts ?]B. 4183. Grant by William Bacon of Hardebrigge, to John le Sohutcre, of Ford, and Magota his wife, of land in the grantor's [turbary of Hardebrigge, which is called 'Haymere.' Witnesses:—William de Punchardon, William de Plumbye, and others (named).
Norf. Suff.B. 4184. Grant by John Howes of Harlyston, to John Yaxlee, Peter Wodecok, clerk, William Mundis and John Fayrchyld, to the use of the grantor, of all the messuages, lands and tenements &c. formerly belonging to William Poyntras, deceased, in Harleston, Sterston and Nedham or elsewhere in the counties named, and of which James Hobart, attorney of the king, Thomas Hervy of Rekynghale, gentleman, and others, are now seised to the grantor's use. 17 August, 7 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
[Oxford.]B. 4185. Confirmation by Ralph son of Ralph de Vernun and lord of Hanewelle, of a grant (recited), in frank almoin, made by his grandfather, Sir Ralph de Vernun, son of Sir Warin de Vernun, late lord of Hanewelle, to the nuns of Catesby, of a quarter of wheat to be received yearly at the manor of Hanewell on the feast of St. Andrew. Friday before Palm Sunday, 12 Edward II.' Seal of arms.
[Oxford.]B. 4186. Surrender by Robert Cartere of Mitton, and Margaret his wife, to the prior and convent of Assheby Canons, of all their estate in a messuage, land, and a water-mill in Hanewell, lately demised by the said prior and convent to John Aylword of Bannebury and the said Margaret, then John's wife. Monday after St. Ambrose, 27 Edward III.
[Salop.] [Worc.]B. 4187. Release by John Cassy the younger, to Richard Harbergh, parson of the church of Wolston, Richard de Trylleye, and Henry Rose, chaplains, of all his right in the manor of Harley, and in all lands and tenements in Caldewell, Walcote, and Wyke. Quindene of Easter, 5 Richard II. Seal.
[Pembr.]B. 4188. Grant by Adam the dyer (tyngtor), burgess of Newport (Novo Burgo), to Amy his daughter, of yearly rents from a burgage and house in Harford (Haverfordwest). Witnesses:—Robert de Dale, Thomas Sturmyn, Geoffrey de Sancto Davyd, and others (named).
[Salop.] [Worc.]B. 4189. Grant by Richard Harbergh, parson of the church of Wolston, Richard de Trylleye, and Henry Rose, chaplains, to John Sunnebury, parson of the church of Little Comberton, Roger Caunt, vicar of the church of St. Andrew's, Pershore, John Dugge, vicar of the church of Aldermeston, Richard Rys, of Pershore, and Walter Tandy, chaplain, of the manor of Harley with all their lands and tenements in Caldewell, Walcote, and Wyke, and elsewhere in the hundred of Pershore. Feast of St. Wolstan, 6 Richard II. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Salop.] [Worc.]B. 4190. Letter of attorney by Richard Harbergh, parson of the church of Wolston, Richard de Trylleye, and Henry Rose, chaplains authorising John Cassy the younger to deliver seisin to the grantees named in B. 4189 of the above-mentioned premises, Tuesday after St. Wolstan, 6 Richard II. Fragments of two seals.
[Salop.] Worc. Warw.B. 4191. Release by William Bracy and Joan his wife, to Catherine de Harleye, late the wife of Henry de Etyndon, of all their right in all the lands and tenements &c. with reversions in Harleye [co. Salop], Caldewelle, and Besford, co. Worcester, and Abbotessalford, co. Warwick and in the services of freemen and bondmen, with their issue, goods and chattels, in the last named place, all formerly belonging to John de Harleye. Warmedon, Wednesday before St. Clement, 48 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[N'hamp.]B. 4192. Grant by John Pave of Shotle in Haryngworth, to Matilda his wife, and Joan their daughter, for their lives, of the reversion of a messuage and curtilage with land in Haryngworth, part of the land lying at Fowleslough, part in Heggefeld between 'le Styes,' part at Brokholestygh and part at Turnecowle; the premises to be sold after the death of the said grantees for masses &c. for them. Feast of the apostles Philip and James, 9 Henry VI.
Middx.B. 4193. Bond by Thomas Warner, citizen and saddler of London, to Thomas Cornyssh, citizen and saddler of the same, for 100 marks. 28 January, 17 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if John Langton, citizen and saddler of London, submits to the arbitration of certain persons (named) as well in a dispute between himself and the above-named Thomas Cornyssh, relative to the possession of certain lands &c. in Harowe-on-lehill and Great Stanmere, formerly belonging to Joan Langton, mother of the said John, as in all actions between the said John and Thomas &c. then the above bond shall be void.
[I. of Wight.]B. 4194. Release by Robert de Cosham, to the abbot and convent of Quarr, of all his right in a meadow of their demesne, in Haselye, lying between the watercourse of a fulling-mill and 'la Rydelake.' Witnesses:— Sirs John de Insula, Thomas de Evercy, Thomas de la Haule, knights, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Oxford ?]B. 4195. Grant by Matthew de Estona, to Herbert de Wodebur, of land in Haumedene. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Insula, Peter de Goldinton, Robert de Eiford, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Carta de Stepel Aston.'
[Salop.] [Worc.]B. 4196. Release by Alexander Besford, John Sonnebury, rector of the church of Little Comberton, John Morwins of Stolton, Richard Frethorn, Edward Poywyk, and Robert atte Welle, vicar of the church of Bradewey, to Thomas Bruer, clerk, Thomas Hullyng, vicar of the church of Kemeseye, and Richard Rys, of all their right in all lands and tenements &c. in Harleye, Caldewell, Castellygh, Wyke, Bradeweye, and Strengesham. Pershore, Friday before Michaelmas, 27 September, 16 Richard II. Fragments of three seals.
[N'hamp.]B. 4197. Grant by Thomas Miles of Seyton, to Thomas Hornywold, clerk, Richard Burton, Richard Armeston and John Calcote, of a messuage with a garden and land in Haryngworth. 10 May, 21 Edward [IV]. Portion of seal.
[Staff.] [Worc.]B. 4198. Grant by Joan de Harley, relict of the late Robert de Harley, to Alexander de Besforde, of all her lands and tenements in Harley [co. Stafford], Caldewelle, and Besforde [co. Worcester]; with release of all her right in all the lands and tenements in the said places which formerly belonged to the said Robert. Feast of St. Andrew, 50 Edward III. Seal.
Surrey. Glouc.B. 4199. Conveyance by Henry Huse, knight, son and heir of Henry Huse, knight, late of Hertyng, and Richard Bitterley, esquire, to John Hole, citizen and tailor (cissori), of London, of the manor of Hascumbe, co. Surrey, with the advowson of the church there, and of the manor of Sapirton, co. Gloucester. 8 July, 30 Henry VI.
[Suff.]B. 4200. Demise by William Hervy of Harwiche, to John Bushe, John Fellaw, and Henry Broke, of a house called 'le Salthows' in Harwiche, which he and others (named) lately had of the grant of certain persons (named) and of the whole commonalty of the said town, lying between the church road in 'le Estrete' towards St. Nicholas church, and the sea bank, and extending towards the port of Orwell. 12 April, 4 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.