Deeds
C.3001 - C.3100

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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318-329

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'Deeds: C.3001 - C.3100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 318-329. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64347 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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C.3001 - C.3100

[Somers.]C. 3001. Grant in tail by Robert de la Fenne, to Nicholas Priour and Juetta his wife, of land in Meryet and Ayslond, part at Ayswelleszete, part in a tillage called 'Ayswelleszete,' part in 'la Langebradeweye,' and part in 'la Milme,' above Berdon; paying a rent for part thereof to Sir John de Meryet. Witnesses:—Robert de Sancto Claro, Hugh de Baa, and others (named).
[Essex.]C. 3002. Grant by William Tannere of Arkesden and Alice his wife, to Sir William de Burtone and Eleanor his wife, of a messuage in Arkesden with lands &c. in tail male, with remainder in fee to the right heirs of the said Sir William. Tuesday after Michaelmas, 44 Edward III.
Endorsed:—Memorandum that the grantors levied a fine of the premises before William de Fyncheden and his companions, justices of the Bench, Michaelmas Term, 45 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 3003. Grant by Elias Child of Bykeleswade to William Aleyn of the same, tailor (cissori), of land in the fields of Holm and Stratton, part upon 'le Nezerhalke,' and part upon a quarentine called 'Barlislade' abutting on Asshewelleweye. Sunday after St. Martin the bishop, in the month of November, 16 Richard II.
[Norf.]C. 3004. Grant by Alexander Lolle, to William son of Richard do Senkes, of the tenements and services which Gocelin Wiske and Basil Prat held of the grantor in Sislande. Witnesses:—Robert le Gris, John de Mundham, and others (named).
Kent.C. 3005. Release by John Sheldewych and William Benet, to William Baker and Cristina his wife, sister and heiress of John Pyrye, deceased, of all their right in lands &c. which belonged to the said John Pyrye in the parishes of All Saints and St. Mary in the Castle, within the city of Canterbury, in lands in the parish of Reynham, in marsh land in a marsh called 'Northmersshe' in Stormouthe, in pasture and marsh in the parish of Wykham between Golderebrigge and Grovebregge, and in a marsh in Stormouthe called 'Co.....mersshe' &c. 3 November, 31 Henry VI. Damaged.
[Bedf.] [Herts.]C. 3006. Grant by John Em, son and heir of John Em, the elder, of Dunstaple, to Bartholomew, son of Laurence Nicholas, of the same, of all his tenements in the north street of Dunstaple, abutting eastward on Watlinggestrate, also of land in Inlond of Dunstaple, at Grenlowe, and of land in Keneswrthe, part at Thorndelle, part at 'le Horeheg,' part upon 'le Helde,' part below Stiperesdoune, two acres in Depecumbe called. 'le Wytesacres,' land abutting on 'le Flexwey,' and upon Dadesle, and of land in Houtone and in Cadendon. Monday before St. Gregory the pope, 18 Edward [I].
Essex.C. 3007. Letter of attorney by John Bale and John Prykkelove, clerks, John Goldyngham and Robert Gyldesbourgh, authorising John Devyle, the elder, and Robert Lucas, of Arkysden,to deliver seisin to Agnes, late the wife of John Bledelowe, of the same, esquire, of lands &c. in Arkysden, Wenden and Claveryngge or elsewhere in the county named, demised by them to the said Agnes for her life; and also to deliver seisin in the premises, on account of the reversion to the same, to Joan Boun, countess of Herford, William Burghcher, knight, John son of William Doreward of Bockyng, Richard Baynard, John Leventhorp, Robert Rykedon, Robert Darcy, William Loveney, William Fynderne, Robert Helyon, Robert Wrytele, John Whyteside, clerk, Richard Fox, John Grene, of Wydyton, Andrew Mychel and William Londham. Sunday before St. Margaret the virgin, 5 Henry V. Fragments of two seals.
[Bucks.]C. 3008. Grant by William Dawers, rector of the church of Great Hampden, to Cristina daughter of John de Saunterdon, in tail, of a plot of land and curtilage in Kyngeseye, and land at 'le Mulleforlong,' at 'le Shortelonde,' at Lythehurste, and meadow in 'le Inmede,' extending south to 'le Parcmede,' also of ½d. yearly rent out of land lying in 'le Scrolforlong' extending in 'le Longebreche.' Thursday after St. Luke, 14 Edward III. Damaged.
[Leic.]C. 3009. Grant by Margaret Flaundres of Shepey Parva, to Walter Tottesden and Alice his wife, of a messuage and land in Shepy, which she lately recovered by the king's writ of cessavit against John Toky of Burbache. 20 September, 12 Henry VI.
[Warw.]C. 3010. Grant by John atte Orchard of Longodon, to William son of Thomas atte Birches of Solihull, of 12d. rent which John son of John Dauweson, used to pay for land in Solihull, at 'le Orchard,' part in Crabbewallefeld, viz. one headland called 'le Brodehadlond' extending to the dyke of 'le Brodefeld,' a headland in 'le Orchardesfeld' by 'le Petlond,' and land in 'le Pircie-forelong'; also of 6d. rent which William de Sherdemor paid yearly for land at Sherdemor in Solihull, by the high road to Henley. Witnesses:—Sir Robert atte Orchard, chaplain, and others (named). Sunday before Michaelmas, 11 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 3011. Demise by Robert de Remmesbury, to Thomas Harnham, parson of the church of Odestoke, and John Go . . . . by, parson of the church of Aysslemere, of land in Fytelton, part called 'Hevedlond' lying on 'la R . . te . . . de,' part called 'Hevedacres,' a piece called 'Hevediond' in Southforlang, part in the quarantine called '. . . . stedes,' part at Eststandelves, parts in quarantines called 'Roubergh' and 'Pykelond,' extending on 'le Standelves,' part in 'le Estemusteslades,' part at Langf[orlon]g, and by Landshore. Monday after the close of Easter, 30 Edward III. Damaged.
[Norf.]C. 3012. Grant by John son of Robert de Smaleberge, to William, son of Sir William de Stalham, of the ploughings of his villein tenants in Smaleberg, which they used to render to Sir William; they receiving for each plough three loaves worth 1½d., and nine herrings. Witnesses:—Sir Jolan de Vallibus, knight, and others (named). Norwich, Monday before St. Dunstan, bishop and confessor, 11 Edward I.
[Suff.]C. 3013. Grant by Robert de Somyrton, chaplain, to Robert de Bures, Hilary his wife, and John Talemache her son, of a messuage and land. Aketon, Sunday in the octave of Easter, 10 Edward III.
[Middx.]C. 3014. Demise by John de Norwyco, chaplain, Thomas Heyrun, and Ranulph the clerk, executors of the will of the late John de Sancto Eadwardo, chaplain, with the consent of the parishioners of the church of St. Anthony, London, to Roger de Clyve, pepperer of London, of a tene ment which the deceased had of the grant of Robert le Wyrdrawere in the parish of St. Anthony, with a cellar under the great stone soler of Geoffrey de Sancto Albano; for the support of a chaplain to pray for the soul of the deceased &c. in the said church. Witnesses:—Sir Gregory de Rokesle, mayor of London, Robert de Arraz and Ralph called the smith, sheriffs, Henry le Waleys, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [5 Edward I.] Two seals, one imperfect.
Devon.C. 3015. Conveyance by Thomas Chaucer, John Golafre, and Hamo Belknap, lords of the manor of Ermyngton, to Richard Fortescu and Agnes his wife, in tail, of land [at Ermyngton], between Holecombeslad and the highway leading from Saneford to Prutastoneslond, in consideration of their renouncing a claim of the said Agnes to common in gross in the said manor, on the west side of a ditch called 'la Yalthadych,' and releasing all their right in the said manor. Michaelmas, 3 Henry VI. Paper. Draft.
[Middx.]C. 3016. Indenture between Thomas, earl of Ormond, and John Percyvale, citizen and alderman of London, witnessing that the earl had borrowed 20l. from the said John to be repaid on the twelfth of December next, and has delivered in pledge, six bowls of silver with gilt brims, weighing 138½ oz. Troy. London, 8 November, 2 Henry VII. English. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3017. Grant by William Rysby of Beeston, and John Persell of the same, to John Boteler of Meperteshale, Thomas Carter, Ralph Brounsale, Henry Cok, Thomas Milward, and John Hawkyn, all of Beeston, and Robert Boteler of Northienell, of lands &c. in Beeston, Thorncote Hacche, and Budno. Witnesses:—Sir John Tyler, chaplain, and others (named). 26 June, . . Edward IV. Damaged. Two seals, imperfect.
[Bedf.]C. 3018. Surrender and release by John West of Dunstaple, cordwainer, and Alice his wife, to Thomas, prior of the canons of Dunstaple and the convent of the same, of all their right to a small house in Dunstaple, in the west street, which was formerly a brueria, and which William Tonnok and Joan his wife held, concerning which there had been disputes between the said parties; and demise by the said prior and canons, to the said John and Alice for their lives, paying 6s. 8d. yearly, of the said house and a shop adjacent, abutting on Ykenildestrate, with a small shop by 'le Ballysete.' Monday the feast of St. Valentine, 13 Richard II. Fragment of priory seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3019. Demise by Thomas Milward of Beeston, to William Rysby of the same, of lands &c. in Beeston, [Thorncote] Hacche, and Budno, which Thomas lately had, with Eustace Persell, William Persell, and John Budno, of the gift of [William] Rysby. 25 June, 3 Edward IV. Damaged. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 3020. Release by John Smyth of Sticheford, the elder, to John Smyth his son, of the same, of all his right in a messuage in Sticheford, and in a toft there, adjoining Brokhole-lone, which the said John the younger has of the gift of Robert Dauncer, vicar of Yerdeley, John Sheldon of Bermyngham, and Thomas Jurdon of Allerwiche. Monday after St. Katherine the virgin, 11 Henry IV. Damaged.
Bedf.C. 3021. Grant by William Rysby of Beston, to John Boden[ho], Eustace Persell, William Persell, and Thomas [M]ylward, all of the same, of lands &c. in Beston, [Thorncote Hacche and Budno]. feast of St. Barnabas the apostle, 11 [Henry] VI. Damaged.
[Bedf.]C. 3022. Release by William, son of William Mustel, of Eddeworth, to John le Breton, of the same, of all his right in 1d. yearly rent, and 1¼d. every second year, which the latter pays for land in Eddeworth, in a quarentine called 'le More,' adjoining the high road leading to Asahewelle. Saturday after All Saints, the feast of St. Leonard, 6 Edward III. Damaged.
[Wilts.]C. 3023. Demise by John de Melton, to William Gyleberd, of Puryton, and Isabella his wife, of land in Puryton, in the tillage of Garysden and Langcroft, for their lives, for 2s. 4½d. yearly, and paying tithes for part to the abbot of Malmesbury &c. Wednesday before the Purification, 21 Edward III. Damaged.
[Glouc.]C. 3024. Grant by William, prior of Lanthony by Gloucester, and the convent of the same, to the king, of their meadow called 'Presteham,' below the castle of Gloucester, in exchange for the king's meadows called 'Suthmede,' lying without the site of the priory, and 'Waleham' without Gloucester, and for a perpetual release of 11s. yearly rent which they pay for the land of Maddeleye, which they hold of the king's fee of Berthone by Gloucester. Witnesses:—W[illiam], bishop of Bath and Wells, H[ugh] le Despenser, justiciary of England, Giles de Argenthon, and others (named). Henry [III].
[Heref.] [Wilts.]C. 3025. Grant by Sir John de Tregoz, son and heir of Sir Robert de Tregoz, deceased, of Ewyas, to Lady Juliana, late the wife of the said Robert de Tregoz, of the manors of Alington and Etone as her dower; specifying the knights' fees which she is to hold &c. Witnesses:—Sirs Roger de Clyford, John le Strange (Extraneo), Hamo le Strange (Extraneo), Ralph Pipard, John de Vaus, and others (named). London, Friday after St. Luke, 52 Henry [III].
[Bedf.]C. 3026. Grant by Matilda, relict of William le Neuman, of Thoterno, widow, to Alexander del Hacche of Wibbesnade, of land in the north field of Wibbesnade at Wenewic. Whitsun week, 20 Edward [I]. Fragment of seal.
Devon. [Middx.]C. 3027. Bond by Thomas Ormond of the county of Devon, esquire, to Henry Eburton, citizen and clothier of London, for 4l. to be paid at Michaelmas next, 27 June, 20 Edward IV. Cancelled.
[Worc.]C. 3028. Grant by Sibyl daughter of Richard de Hul, to William Rathebon and Edith bis wife, of land called 'Flaxbot,' in the common field of Yerdeley. Witnesses:—John de Brochole, Adam de Cruddeworthe, and others (named).
[Bedf.]C. 3029. Grant by Thomas Dawe of Eytone, to Robert Knit of the same, of land in the south field of Eytone, in a tillage called 'Eldurnestob.' St. James the apostle's day, 25 Edward [I].
[Bedf.]C. 3030. Grant by John Hosegod of Dunstaple, to Laurence Nicholas, of a messuage &c. in the south street of Dunstaple, extending westward upon Watlingestrate, and eastward upon the court of the prior of Dunstaple. Witnesses:—Richard de Wotton, and others (named), Thirteenth century.
[Staff.]C. 3031. Grant and release by John de Bovetone, son of Richard the carpenter, late of Womburne, to Moses de Waltham and Amice his wife, of the site of a former stew below Rufford, adjoining land of the abbot of Halis. Witnesses:—William de Overtone, lord of Womburne and Overtone, and others (named).
[Essex.]C. 3032. Grant by Sager de Feryngge and Eustacia his wife, to Robert de Genesto, son of John de Copford and Annora his wife, Sager's daughter, in free marriage, of a messuage and land &c. which Hugh le Rus formerly held in Leyre Marny and Wykeberwe. Witnesses:—John de Rokyngham, Walter de Codewell, and others (named).
[Bodf.]C. 3033. Grant by Joan, daughter of William Neweman, of Eytone to Henry son of Herbert de Dagenale, and Matilda his wife, Joan's sister of land in Wibbissnade adjoining a lane called 'Haytteslane,' abutting westward on Sschortegrave, and a moiety of a cartload of wood yearly in the wood of Sschertegrave. Witnesses:—Richard, lord of Wibbissnade, and others (named). Morrow of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 33 Edward I.
[Dorset.]C. 3034. Grant by Margery de Kynkgesston, daughter of Ralph de Kynkgestone, widow, to John Belejaumbe of Brydeport, and Raghenild his wife, of a piece of land within the liberty of the town of Brydeport, in the south part of the east street. Witnesses:—William Binne, Roger Barri, bailiffs of Brydeport, and others (named).
[Berks.]C. 3035. Grant by Adam de Helma, to Peter Fareman of Hungerford, of land in a field called 'Rihulle,' extending from 'la Leweye.' Witnesses:—Walter de Verthesdon, Hugh de Ingeflod, and others (named).
[Berks ?]C. 3036. Grant by Adam de Bochurst, to Robert de Prestone, of land at Bochurst in the town of Erle lying in Pericroft near a tillage called 'le Homcroft,' and abutting on a tillage called 'le Stonicroft.' Witnesses:— Sirs Roland de Erle and Bartholomew de Erle, knights, and others (named).
[Norf.]C. 3037. Grant by Adam son of William the clerk of Sniterton, to William son of Miles the park-keeper (parcar') of Ottles, of land in Sniterton, in a quarentine called 'Foxegrave,' adjoining a quarentine called 'Langelonge' and abutting on a road called 'Kyrkegate.' Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sniterton, knight, Richard le Cauz of Scropham, Thomas de Scropham, and others (named).
[Berks?]C. 3038. Grant by John son of Nicholas de Wykefeld, to Richard de Elfintune and Nichola his wife, of a messuage in Wykefeld, with land which John had in exchange from Sir William son of Henry in Wykefeld, in a field called 'Simmiggesfeld,' together with pasture for six hogs in the wood of Delrugge, and pasture below the highway near 'le Blakeyurne' upon 'la Dune,' which highway runs from Silford to Wykefeld. Witnesses:— Robert, prior of Pochele, Robert Dru of Westune, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Essex.]C. 3039. Grant by John Peticounseil, to Alice atte Mere of Rickelingg, and to John her son in tail, of a messuage and land in Rickelingg, the land lying in fields called 'le Leye,' 'Litlenhei,' 'Holewelle,' 'le Low, 'Northcroft,' 'Bradecroft,' 'Vifacre,' 'Langelonde,' 'Prestemare, Bradefeld,' and 'Lanefeld,' with remainder to John's brother Richard in tail, and to his sister Alice in fee. Monday after St. Matthew the apostle, 35 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3040. Grant by Alexander son of Richard the young (juvenis), of Dunstaple, to John the carter (carectar') of the same, and Avice his wife, of a yearly rent of 12d. out of land in Cadindon, abutting northwards on the road to Luyton at the end of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalene. Dunstaple. Thirteenth century.
[Middx.]C. 3041. Grant by John Brother, citizen of London, to John his eldest son, of land with houses which the former had of the demise of John de Wonbourne, in the parish of St. Botolph's, Billingesgate, London. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sandwico, warden of London, Walter le Blont and John Wade, sheriffs, Wolmar de Essex, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [14 Edward I.]
[Oxford.]C. 3042. Grant by John, son of Adam Beneyth, of Wodestoke, to Philip the smith of the same, and Isabella his wife, for their lives, of two messuages in Wodestoke. Witnesses:—William de Rodeston, bailiff of Wodestoke, and others (named). 23 August, 30 Edward I.
[Glouc?]C. 3043. Indenture by which Walter le Venour binds himself to restore certain land called 'Brounescroft' and land in Northeggefeld in the manor of Biggeworth to John Cropet at the Purification, 23 Edward [I], upon payment, at the said date, by the said John of 100s. at Little Benetham. Witnesses:—John de Bannebury and others (named). Seal.
[Staff.]C. 3044. Demise by Sir Thomas de Weseham, steward of the forest of Canoke, to Sir John de Clynton, lord of Coleshul, of his bailiffship of the forest of Cannock for five years from Christmas, 9 Edward [I], paying Sir Thomas 20 marks yearly in his house at Rothale under Prestwode, with various conditions specified &c. Witnesses:—Sir Philip Marmyun, Sir William de Hondesakre, Sir John do Herevyle, and others (named). 9 Edward [I].
[Ireland.]C. 3045. Receipt from Roger le Strange (Extraneus), to Sirs Hugh de Turbervill and Grimbald Pauncefont, by the hand of William de Felton, for twenty casks of wine the gilt of the king, and four casks of wine the gift of the queen. Tewein (Tuam), Sunday the quinzaine of Easter, 11 Edward [I].
[Worc.]C. 3046. Grant by John Cassy of Wyghtfeld, to Thomas Prat and Agnes his wife, of a messuage and land in the parish of St. Mary Whytton, by Wych, which formerly belonged to Agnes Hoddcbach alias Deye, for whom they are to provide sufficient easement therein for her life with free ingress and egress, paying 4s. 6d. yearly. Feast of St. Barnabas, 15 Richard II. Seal and portion of seal.
Cornw.C. 3047. Defeasance of a bond by Robert Tresilian, John Tregorrek, John Boseveynon and John Roskyer, to Sir John la Pomeray, knight, for 300 marks to be paid at Midsummer day next; witnessing that if they pay 200 marks at the third feast of the Purification hereafter in the priory of Launceston, or if Sir John before the feast of St. Hilary next refuses livery of seisin of the manors of Tremetherer, Trenant, Menely, Rathwell, the fourth part of the manor of Trurnbourgh, and of many other lands, advowsons &c. in St. Ewe, St. Tudy, St. Isy, Lyskeret, Treworra, Clys, Porpira, Tallan and Lansalwys and elsewhere in Cornwall, which Sir John had of the grant of William Hywyssh &c. the said bond shall be void. Saturday after the Conception, 1 Richard II. As to the interpretation of the Purification when payment shall be made, the said day will come in A.D. 1379. French.
Middx.C. 3048. Grant by Edward, duke of Albemarle, Constable of England, earl of Rutland and of Cork, to the king, of the manors of Northalle and Downe. Witnesses:—Adam Fraunceys, John Wrothe, knights, and others (named). 12 April, 22 Richard II.
[Linc.]C. 3049. Bond by William del Hous, Hugh Barkar, Henry de Lever ton, and Thomas Gronale, of St. Botolph, to William de Spaygne of the same, warden of the peace in the parts of Holland, for 40l. lent by him to be repaid at St. Botolph the Sunday after Martinmas next. Wednesday after St. Martin, 5 Richard II.
Bedf.C. 3050. Release by William Clerk of Berkhamsted, chaplain, toWilliam Pechelesthorn, chaplain, of all his right in Wipsenad manor, with lands &c. in Donestaple. Sunday after Ascension day, 1 Richard II.
[Worc.]C. 3051. Release by Alice Deie, to William Ruthepotte; parson of Salwarpe church, of all her right in a messuage and land in Witton St. Mary and Witton St. Peter, which William had of the grant of Hugh Jesselyn, chaplain. 3 January, 12 Richard II.
[Worc.]C. 3052. Grant by William Ruthepotte, parson of Salwarp church, to John Cassy of Wyghtfeld, of a messuage and land in Witton St. Mary, part of the land lying in Fallesfordesfeld, and land in Heremonscroft in Witton St. Peter's parish, which William had of the gift of Hugh Jesselyn, chaplain. 5 January, 12 Richard II. Portion of seal.
[Warw.]C. 3053. Grant by William de Allesleye of Greneburgh, to William son of Thomas le Hore of Elmedon, and Margaret his wife, of the manor of Stonythorp by Southam. Witnesses:—John Dodyngesseles, William Bagod, Robert de Stafford, knights, and others (named). Monday after St. Mark the evangelist, 16 Richard II. Seal.
Warw.C. 3054. Grant by Baldwin de Bereford, knight, to John de Bereford, clerk, John Bray of Stretton upon Donnesmore, William Allesleye and Hugh Dalby, of the manor of Stonythorp, with lands, meadow, rents &c. in Stonythorp. Witnesses:—William Bagot, John de Peyto, knights, and others (named). Southam, 10 May, 11 Richard II. Fragments of seal.
[Middx.]C. 3055. Grant by Robert Chircheman, citizen and fishmonger of London, and Margaret his wife, daughter of Joan late the wife of William de Hanampstede, citizen and grocer of London, to Roger Colneye, citizen and clothier of the same, and Sir Robert Goldsmyth, clerk, of all their tenements in Soperslane, St. Anthony's parish, London, and in 'le Oldechaunge' opposite Carterslane in the parish of St. Augustine by the gate of St. Paul's, which formerly belonged to the said Joan, for the lives of Robert and Margaret:—William More, mayor of London, Thomas Welford and William Parker, sheriffs. 26 October, 20 Richard II. Two seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the husting of London on Monday before St. Lucy the virgin, 20 Richard II.
[Essex.]C. 3056. Demise by John de Monte Acuto, knight, lord of Werk, and Matilda his wife, late the wife of John Aubrey, to Richard Rolf, of pasture land in West Hamme in 'la Lake,' adjoining the river bank on the west, and wood of the abbot and convent of Stratford on the south. Monday after St. George, 17 Richard II. Seal and portion of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3057. Grant by Walter Boghurst of Mepham co. Kent, to Henry Mychel of Wybsnade, of a toft and croft in Wybsnade called 'Westes, extending from the high road to the wood called 'Schortegrave.' Sunday the feast of St. Valentine, 41 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 3058. Grant by Henry Michel of Wybsnade, to John Schepherde of Totyrno, of the above-named toft and croft in Wybsnade. Monday after Christmas, 41 Edward III. Seal.
Hants. Salop.C. 3059. Agreement between the attorneys of Richard, earl of Arundel and Surrey, appointed to deliver dower to Isabel, late the wife of John Lestrange of Blakemere, the earl's nephew, and the attorneys of Isabel appointed to receive the said dower out of all John's inheritance liable thereto; viz. that Isabel shall have as dower the manors of Chalghdon and Cheswarthyn, and 50 marks of rent yearly out of the manors of Blakemere and Dodyngton; and this agreement shall be affirmed in the king's Chancery, [c. A.D. 1376.] French.
Underwritten: 'Ista supplicatio liberata fuit de assensu Ricardi nunc 'comitis Arundell et aliorum executorum testamenti Ricardi nuper comitis 'Arundell pro dote supradicta eidem Isabelle liberanda.'
[Herts.]C. 3060. Grant by William de Storteford, vicar of the church of Kenesworth, to Alice, daughter of the late Richard Rys, of Dunstaple, of two pieces of land in Cadingdon and Kenesworth, part abutting upon Watlinggesstrate. Thursday after the apostles Peter and Paul, 16 Edward III.
[York.]C. 3061. Defeasance of a bond by William Stranshall, to John Morkere, for 20l. to be paid at Easter next, witnessing that if the said William, to whom the king has lately granted the bailiwick of Ingeltwayt in Galtres forest for life, shall pay to John two marks yearly, or in case of his selling the said bailiwick, shall give John a moiety of the purchase money, then the said bond shall be void. 25 October, 13 Richard II. Draft, paper.
[Berks.]C. 3062. Grant by John le Smyth of Hongerford, to John de Helme, of land in Sandon in a tillage called 'Bilefeld,' in exchange for land in Hongerford, in a tillage called 'Euerlang.' The Annunciation, 22 Edward III.
[Notts.]C. 3063. Grant by Eleanor, late the wife of Henry Candelere, of Kynston, widow, to William o' the Grene of Kegworth, chaplain, of common of pasture for all kinds of beasts on land in the field of Kynston. Sunday before St. Laurence, 41 Edward III.
[Staff.]C. 3064. Grant by John de Hauekeston, to William de Hodenet, chaplain, of all his messuages, lands &c. in the fees of Bettileye, Madeleye, and Onyleye. Thursday after St. Chad the bishop, 19 Edward III. Seal of arms, imperfect.
[Warw.]C. 3065. Grant by Warin son of Sicer le Harpur of Berkeswell, to John son of Sicer Barri, the elder, and Agnes his wife, of a croft called 'Posynescroft.' . . . . after the Exaltation of Holy Cross, . . [Edward III]. Much faded.
[Norf.]C. 3066. Grant by Oliver de Calthorp, knight, to William Dyckes of Calthorp, of land in Calthorp, lying at Mounteine and Nodes, paying 17d. yearly. Sunday after the Circumcision, 35 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 3067. Grant by Adam de Bradewelle of Little Bromwych, clerk, to Adam son of John le Smyth of the same, of the seventh part of a plot of land in a meadow called 'le Romhom 'by water called 'Grascolle.' Palm Sunday, 11 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 3068. Grant by Geoffrey son of Walter Colpeper, to Thomas Colpeper his brother, of all the lands and tenements which he inherited after the death of Walter their father in East and West Farleigh Lylintone, Huntyngton (Hunton) and Lose, and the reversion of all lands &c. which his mother Joan holds therein of him for life as dower; for which Thomas grants to Geoffrey all his lands &c. in Brenchesle, Tendele, and Capeie, with the reversion of all lands &c. which the said Joan similarly holds of him. Thursday after the apostles Peter and Paul, 5 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 3069. Grant by Jordan de Blosmevill of Solyhull, to John de Blosmevill, his father, for life, of all the lands, tenements &c. in Solyhull which he had of the feoffment of the said John, with remainder in tail, to Edmund de Blosmevill and Joan his wife. Thursday after the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 19 Edward III.
[Oxford.]C. 3070. Grant by John Gibbes of Oxford, to William de Codeshale, John de Norhampton, and John Pecke, of the moiety of a messuage in Oxford in the parish of St. Martin in the Great Bailly. Witnesses:— William le Northern, mayor of Oxford, John de Bukyngham and Thomas Somerset, bailiffs, and others (named). 10 June, 51 Edward III. Fragments of two seals.
[Suff.]C. 3071. Grant by Alice le Smyth of Boxforde, to Simon Michel of Lavenham, of a messuage with gardens &c. in Boxforde by the road from Boxforde to Grotene, abutting on a croft called 'Chaumberleynescroft.' Sunday the octave of Easter, 46 Edward III.
[Suff.]C. 3072. Release by Robert Bradenham of Jakele, to Peter Wrenne of the same, chaplain, of all his right in lands and tenements in Jakele (Yaxley) and Thrandiston. Sunday after St. Augustine the bishop, 14 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 3073. Agreement whereby Sir Richard de Combe, knight, undertakes to enfeoff Robert de Remmesbirs with all the lands, tenements &c. in Fitelton, with free fishing in the river that runs to Fitelton mill, which he holds of the king in fee farm, paying to the Exchequer 12l. yearly, together with certain bondmen (named), and to grant to the said Robert and John his son the grange towards the north with the rooms in which Maud his mother dwells, adjoining the road called 'le Weende,' and a messuage for term of their lives, and for twenty years longer to the executors of the survivor &c. Salesbirs, Sunday before the Purification, 26 Edward III. French.
[Wilts.]C. 3074. Defeasance of a grant by Richard de Combe, knight, to Robert de Remmesbury, of a yearly rent of 10l. out of his lands in Combe; witnessing that if Robert may peaceably enjoy a messuage, toft, land, 56s. rent and a several fishery in the mill-pond of Fitelton and other privileges granted to him by Richard, without impediment of the latter, the said grant of 10l. shall be of none effect; saving it to him however for the life of Margaret, Richard's wife, if she recover dower against him out of the aforesaid lands; or if he and John his son be hindered from possession of the grange &c. granted to them by Richard, in which case they shall receive the 10l. rent for all the time they ought to have held the said grange. Monday before St. Laurence, 26 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 3075. Grant by Robert Polhorman, son and heir of John de Polhorman, to Henry Brackysh, of 12d. yearly rent issuing from a tenement in the free borough of Dounhevid. Witnesses:—Richard de Suttone mayor of the said borough, John Begha and William Cranefor, provosts and others (named). Thursday the nativity of the Virgin Mary 8 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 3076. Grant by Margaret atte More, to John le Whyte of Solyhull of a messuage with a croft adjoining the field of the rector of Solyhul church and the road from Burmygham to Warwyk. Wednesday before Ascension day, 23 Edward III.
Kent.C. 3077. Grant by William Sorauk of Dertemouthe, to Robert de Louthe of Derteford, of a yearly rent of 10 marks, from lands and tenements in Frenyngham, Horton, and Eynesforde, formerly granted by Sorauk to William Walisshman and Christiana his wife, for the grantor's life, at the said rent; with further grant to Louthe of the reversion of the said lands &c. 2 June, 40 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 3078. Grant by John, Simon, and Stephen, sons and heirs of Simon de Bewell, to Stephen de Delham of Hoo, of their share of a plot of land called 'le Lee' in Haleghesto (Halstow), abutting southward on the road from Lee to Langebregge and northward on the road to the marsh called 'Lee Mersh'; and their share of a lane leading from Lee to Herdefelde. St. Mary in Hoo, Friday after the Assumption, 21 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 3079. Release by William de Barwe, chaplain, to William atte Birches of Solihull, and Lucy his wife, of all actions. Erdyngton, Thursday before St. John the Baptist, 31 Edward III. Portion of seal of arms.
Sussex.C. 3080. Acquittance by John de Twynem, receiver of the moneys of Sir John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, in the barony of Hastings, for 69s. 1d. received from John Fillol and William de Northo, appointed by the king to pay to the said earl the scutage of the earl's tenants in that barony for the armies of Scotland, for the years 31 and 34 Edward [I]. Lym, Saturday after the Epiphany, 14 Edward II.
[Surrey.]C. 3081. Grant by John le Bekere of Hauerichesham, to Robert Baudri of 'la Wodecote,' of all his lands &c. in Hauerichesham, Moleseye Apsee, and in the parish of Waleton, with the reversion of the tenement that Gilbert ate Reye and Cicely his wife hold for life. Waleton on Thames, Sunday the feast of St. Hilary, 13 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 3082. Grant by Nicholas son of Alexander ate Hacche of Wippesnade, to Hugh atte Cross (ad crucem) of Eyton, of land with a house thereon in Wyppesnade, towards the lane that was formerly Adam Prat's. Friday after the Annunciation, 15 Edward II.
[Suff.]C. 3083. Grant by Edmund Mordel son and heir of the late Robert Mordel of Neylond, to John de la Barre of the same, of all the lands and tenements which Edmund had of those that were formerly Alan Nerbold's in Wystone. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Horkesleye, John de Peyton, knights, and others (named). Wednesday the feast of St. Denis, 2 Edward II.
[Suff.]C. 3084. Defeasance of a grant by Walter le Fermer and Felicia his wife, to Walter Smart and Margaret his wife, of half an acre of land [in Boxford]; witnessing that if the said Walter and Felicia shall pay to the said Walter and Margaret or to their heirs 30s. at the end of forty years in Boxford church, then the land shall revert to them; otherwise it shall remain to Walter and Margaret in fee. Tuesday after Whit Sunday, 15 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 3085. Grant by Nicholas de Bouedoune of Wippesnede, to Robert Pilling of Eyton, of land in Eyton, part lying at 'le Swylie' between a certain brook and the vicar of Eyton's land, part 'into' Bradenham, part 'into' Hykenilte, part at Pytelesworth, part at Depmore, part at 'le Merlonge,' and a portion of land by the road to Bradenham mill. Monday before St. Margaret, virgin and martyr, 13 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3086. Grant by John Auslyn of Great Getesdene (Gaddesden), to Robert Pilling of Eytone, of land in Eytone, viz. upon 'le Stanmedesslede,' abutting westward on the common way to Bybeswell. Wednesday the feast of St. Peter's chair, 11 Edward II.
[Norf.]C. 3087. Bond by Richard le Grey, rector of St. Peter's, West Lenn, notifying that whereas John de Sancto Omero has been warned by Sir Robert de Bermer, rector of St. Margaret's, Clench Warton, to pay all tithes issuing from his dwelling-house in South Lenn, to Sir Robert; the said Richard and his predecessors having received the real and predial tithes for such house, binds himself to acquit the said John of all expenses or suits by reason of the said warning, on pain of 20l. Bishop's Lenn, Wednesday after St. Ambrose the bishop, A.D. 1326.
[Warw.]C. 3088. Grant by Robert de Sutton and Hawise his wife, to John Thone of Solihull and Joan his wife, of all their land within the curtilage which was formerly Thomas Culletoppe's, in the market town of Solihull, in exchange for land in the curtilage which Robert le Birstelere formerly bought from Adam le Smyth of Olton. Sunday, Michaelmas day, 19 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 3089. Grant by John son of Robert Austyn of Great Gadesdene, to Nicholas de Bouedonne, of a messuage in Wibsuade by the wood of Sortegrave, and land in Wibsnade and Eytone, except six acres, part lying in Wenewyk, part in Eytone at Ewelm, part at 'le Eldernestub,' and part at Stanmade. Sunday after St. Dunstan the archbishop, 11 Edward II.
[Heref.]C. 3090. Grant by Richard Restot of Welynton, to Simon do Borghope and Sibyl his wife, of land in Welyntone, part by the road from Welynton to Canons Pyon, and part upon Addesore. Witnesses:—Andrew de Chandos, Sir John Germayne, chaplain, and others (named). Thursday the feast of St. Matthew the apostle, 12 Edward II.
[Suff.]C. 3091. Grant by Walter le Fermer and Felicia his wife, to Walter Smart and Margaret his wife, of land in Boxford, adjoining land held in villenage from the lord of Codenham hall and abutting on the alder-bed of Robert atte Noke. Monday after Whitsunday, 15 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 3092. Release by Jurdan de Whitacre, to John, son of Richard Barri, the elder, and Agnes his wife, of all his right in Pousiniscroft, which John and Agnes had of the gift, and by purchase, of Warin son of Richard le Harper of Berkeswell. St. Peter ad vincula, 2 Edward II. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3093. Grant by John Pacun of Dunstaple, and William Paulyn of Toturno, to William Fylle of Toturne, of a toft with a croft in Wybsnade called 'Westes,' between the high road and the wood called 'Schorstegrave.' Sunday the feast of St. Thomas the apostle, 1 Henry IV. Seal.
[Devon.] [Dorset.]C. 3094. Release by John Haulech, the elder, of Derthemuth, to William Mountfort of Brideport, of all actions. Sunday before St. Barnabas, 7 Henry IV.
[Middx.]C. 3095. Letter of attorney by William Surcestr', citizen of London, appointing master Thomas Cottyngwyth, clerk of the court of Canterbury, his proctor general in all suits before all judges. Given under the official seal of the dean of the deanery of Croydon. London, 1 September, A.D. 1403.
[Devon.] [Dorset.]C. 3096. Certificate by Moude Arnald of Derthemouth, that he has sold to William Mountfort and William Hore of Brydeport, ninety quintals of fish (?) (dalym) and a tun of oil which are paid for and which he warrants to them against all men. 10 May, 4 Henry IV. French.
[Hants.]C. 3097. Defeasance of a bond by William Wyet, to William Mountfort, for 80l. payable at Easter next, witnessing that the said bond shall be void if the said Wyet pay to Mountfort 61l. 5s. 4d. at the dates and in the instalments herein specified. Suthampton, 21 February, 6 Henry IV. Seal, imperfect.
[Warw.]C. 3098. Grant by Nicholas de Barre living in Solyhull, to William atte Byrches of Solyhull, of a yearly rent of 26s. 8d. out of his lands and tenements in Burmyngeham, for six years. Wednesday before the apostles Simon and Jude, 5 Henry IV.
[Bedf.]C. 3099. Grant by Robert Taylard, John Frebern, John Thrab, Thomas Eynesham, and John Sparwe, of Luton soke, to Thomas atte Felde, son of William atte Felde, of the same, of a toft called . . . and land in Westhid in the said soke; the toft abutting on Jonesland and on a field called 'Brodecroft,' and the land adjoining land called 'Chirchislond' and the road to St. Albans. Thursday after Midsummer day, . . Henry V. Imperfect. Fragments of two seals.
[Linc.]C. 3100. Release by Robert Jurdan and Hugh son of Ellen, of Oselby, to Robert son of John of the same, of all their right in lands and tenements in Oselby which they had of the grant of John son of Thomas, father of the said Robert son of John, whose heir the latter is. 4 October, 4 Henry IV.