Deeds
C.3301 - C.3400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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351-362

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'Deeds: C.3301 - C.3400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 351-362. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64350 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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C.3301 - C.3400

[Notts.]C. 3301. Demise by John Strelley of Oxton, esquire, to John Wright of Loudeham parish, Robert Wright and Henry Smyth of Calverton, of a watermill situate in a plot of land called 'Caddeman,' on either side of the water of Doverbekke, for ten years from Whitsunday last, paying 46s. 8d. yearly, and keeping in repair all the machinery of the mill. 20 October, 19 Edward IV. Three seals.
[Bedf.]C. 3302. Grant by John Stacy of Buddenho, to Robert Perseyl of Thornecote, and Amice his wife, of meadowland 'en le Wydefan.' Thorncote, Monday after the translation of St. Bennet, 12 Edward III.
[Essex.]C. 3303. Grant by John Graylyng of High Laufare, to John Shareman of Theydene Gernon, of a plot of garden and a curtilage, with a house built thereon in Northwelde, which he inherited on the death of Thomas Graylyng, his brother, adjoining the high road from the wood called 'Hastyngeswode' to 'le Turnourestrete.' Sunday before Ascension day, 10 Edward II.
[Linc.]C. 3304. Grant by Thomas Cator of Wyflyngham, to William Sowreby of the same, of a toft with building in Wyflyngham. 2 April, 18 Henry VI.
[Oxford.]C. 3305. Demise by John Stagard and Joan his wife, to Agnes, late the wife of William Grymbaud, of a messuage with a garden and land in Chynnore and Sydenham, for her life, with further grant of 'housbote and heybote' in the wood of Fernore called 'Poleswode' for a messuage and plot in Sydenham, formerly John atte Pole's, and 'furbote' for her late husband's tenement in the same place; and release to the same of all waste made or to be made in a hall, two chambers annexed and a kitchen, within the said messuage that was John de la Pole's. Sunday before St. Ambrose 30 Edward III.
[Staff.]C. 3306. Grant by Ralph Peyte, son and heir of John Peyte, late of Rugeley, deceased, to Thomas Carre of Tutbury, and Margaret his wife, of a burgage with building in Tutbury in the street of the monks, stretching to a little garden called 'le Safron Gardyn; with letter of attorney authorising Andrew Busby and Thomas Hosyer to deliver seisin. Witnesses:— Thomas the prior of Tutbury, and others (named). 26 July, 23 Henry VII Seal.
[Staff.]C. 3307. Grant by Edith daughter of William son of Thomas the miller, to William son of William Cotyn of Madeley-under-Lyme, of all her land with buildings in the fee of the same, in Thornale. Sunday before St. Margaret the virgin, 8 Edward [I].
[Wilts.]C. 3308. Grant by John Fox of New Sarum, to Ralph Tayllour of Remmesbury, and Joan his wife, of a croft in Remmesbury, adjoining land called 'Crampellesham,' and of other land in the south field of Remmesbury. Feast of the Four Crowned Saints, 39 Edward III.
[Glouc.]C. 3309. Release by John de Oclee, to Geoffrey de Caple, and Cristina his wife, of all his right in the land which Cicely de Caple holds in the field called 'le Wetelond' in Newent parish. Thursday after the Conception, 18 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 3310. Release by Walter Canyngns of Straton, to Walter Berton of Heygheworth, of all his right in all his tenements with lands &c. at Privetheyze by Wotton Basset. Friday before Midsummer, 19 Edward II.
[Suff.]C. 3311. Grant by John Hobard of Stradbroke, to Thomas Bovett of the same, of a yearly rent of 3d. for a certain way called 'Bovettes Weye' in Stradbroke, with the right of going thereby to John's land called 'Walangre Clos.' 6 March, 1 Richard III.
[Worc.]C. 3312. Grant by Richard Rolf of Maderesfeld, to Sir Walter de Inteberwe, chaplain, of a grange with all the arable land within the close called 'Rolvesfeld,' and of the homage and service of William son of Robert le Cok, and of Richard Rosesone. Maderesfeld, Sunday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 17 Edward II. Seal.
[Sussex.] [Surrey.]C. 3313. Release by John Wodye the elder, and William Gratewyk, to Thomas Gardyner, son and heir of Richard Gardyner, of all their right in land in Rowsparre called 'Bolelond,' land in Cherlewode called 'Bengewyk,' and land in Newdegate called 'Goodswaynes,' which the releasors, with others, deceased, had of the gift of Richard. 20 March, 6 Edward IV.
[Norf.]C. 3314. Grant by Simon son of Richard on le Grene of Hirlaustun, to Henry son of Ralph Ripun of the same, of land in the west territory of Herlaustun, viz. in Hynham. Witnesses:—Alan son of Alan Godeyet of Herlaustun, and others (named).
[Worc.]C. 3315. Release by Richard Rolf of Maderesfelde, to Sir Walter de Inteberwe, chaplain, of all his right in the grange and land described in C. 3312, and in a yearly rent from William son of Robert the cook (coci), and in the reversion of land held by Richard Rosesone for his life and that of his wife and their son. Maderesfeld, Sunday after Michaelmas, 18 Edward II. Seal.
[Dorset.]C. 3316. Grant by William Kylling, chaplain, son of William le Official, to William Higecok of Brideport, of land in Brideport by the lane called 'Rothomeslane,' to be held of the king in capite. Witnesses:— William Colt, Richard Laurentz, bailiffs, and others (named). Monday after the Purification, 21 Edward III. Seal.
Herts.C. 3317. Grant by John Norwych the elder, citizen and grocer of London, to John Curteys, esquire, living with Sir Thomas Longele, Chancellor of England, Master Nicholas Mockynges, and Sirs John Scrawston and John Wallere, clerks, of land in Bokelond with the advowson of St. Andrew's parish church there. 20 January, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 3318. Sale by William Ryngwood, to Thomas Haughton, clerk, rector of the parish church of Lurgarsale, of a messuage in Lurgarsale; with letter of attorney authorising John Bondy and Christopher Maydenwell to deliver seisin. 15 October, 20 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
[Bedf.]C. 3319. Grant by Joan Syer, late the wife of William Syer of Dunstaple, widow, to Laurence Pycot, Henry Mauntell and John Skynner, of the same, of land in 'le West Innynges' of Houghton Regis. 6 February, 18 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 3320. Grant by John Wardeyin the younger, of Hornynge, and Alice his wife, daughter of the late Philip de Batisforye, to Robert Toly of Haysmynhawe, and Joan his wife, of land in Netishirde in Gyrshagefeld, abutting on the common heath. Sunday after St. Gregory the pope, 30 Edward III. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3321. Grant by William Charle of Hougthon, to William Syer of Dunstaple, and Joan his wife, of land in the west field in 'le Westinlond.' Dunstaple, feast of St. Denis, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3322. Grant by Thomas Mayghus of Dunstaple, to William Anable of the same, and William Caunvyle of Luton parish, of the reversion after the death of Margaret Dycchefeld, his mother, of a tenement in 'le Westende' of Dunstaple, abutting southward on Ikenyldestrete, with a toft adjoining. Morrow of St. Martin, 19 Richard II. Seal of arms.
[Worc.]C. 3323. Grant by Maurice Payne, citizen of Worcester, to Walter Hunt of Wolferton within the manor of Wadbarewe, and Agnes his wife, of all the lands &c. in Stolton within the said manor which the grantor, with John Neweton, lately had of the gift of John Graunger, citizen of Worcester and Margaret his wife, to whom they descended on the death of Thomas Hethe, John's father, having previously belonged to Robert Hethe and Matilda his wife, with further release of all the grantor's right in the premises. Wednesday the feast of St. Boniface the bishop, 32 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3324. Grant by Robert de Morton, vicar of the church of Houghton Regis, to William Elys called 'le Hobbes' of Dunstaple, and Margaret his wife, of a tenement in the west street of Dunstaple, extending southwards on Ikenyldestrate. Wednesday after the Circumcision 25 Edward III. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3325. Grant by Agnes Bretvyle, daughter of William Bretvyle of Dunstaple, to Thomas Mayghus of the same, of a messuage in 'le Westende' of Dunstaple, with a portion of the cart road of Ikenyldestrete as far as the said messuage, and the share of a well belonging to William Hobbes. Feast of St. John the Baptist, 19 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3326. Grant by Thomas Brownnye of 'le Brom,' Southyzevell, to Thomas Newman of Hylle in Wardon, and William Asshewell of the same, of land in Aston in Wardon, lying part upon Mydylfurlong and part upon Crosfurlong. 6 O[ctober], 11 Henry VI. Seal, injured.
Devon. [Middx.]C. 3327. Bond by Thomas Ormond of the county of Devon, gentleman, to Henry Coles, citizen and alderman of London, for 6l. 8s. 3d. to be paid at the least of St. Martin-in-winter next. 15 December, 17 Edward IV. Signed. Cancelled.
Glouc.C. 3328. Demise by William [S]tono[re], knight, and Walter Elmes, steward of his manor of Henbury in Saltmarsh, to' John Coke and his wife, for their lives, of the reversion of a messuage with land in Radwyke in Henbury parish, which Richard Coke, John's father, and Joan his wife, hold for their lives; paying 16s. yearly. 8 October, 18 Edward IV. Injured.
[Oxford.]C. 3329. Grant by John de Hertwell, mayor of Oxford, John de Norton and John Gibbes, bailiffs, John de Yeftele and Nicholas de Saundresdon, chamberlains, and all the commonalty of the burgesses of the said town, to Robert Tresillian, for his counsel given and to be given, of a yearly pension of 40s. 26 November, 41 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 3330. Demise by Thomas de Meryngton, John Hulton, John Hore, Hugh Dalby, and John Buckemore the elder, to Robert Wyllenhale and Juliana his wife, for their lives, of Stonythorp manor. Feast of St. Denis, 3 Henry IV.
[Middx.] Berks.C. 3331. Grant by William Borde and Walter Helder, to William Yorke and Agnes his wife, of the manors of Twykenham and West Hakebourne. Witnesses:—Master John Somerseth, and others (named). . . . . . .,24 Henry VI. Much injured.
[Middx.]C. 3332. Defeasance of a bond by John York, esquire, to William Purches, Hugh Clopton, and Hugh Broun, citizens and mercers of London, for 100 marks, to be paid at the Annunciation, A.D. 1483, witnessing that the said bond shall be void if John shall pay 100 marks in the sums and at the times herein specified. 13 February, 21 Edward IV.
[Norf.]C. 3333. Grant by William, son of Sir William de Stalham, knight, to Margery daughter of William de Burwude, for her life, of a messuage and land in Bertun, which the grantor holds of the fee of his said father, Witnesses:—William de Gimingham, Eustace de Wrthestede, and others (named). Seal, injured.
Bucks.C. 3334. Bond by George Boll and Richard Coker, husbandmen, of Illmer, to John Langston, sheriff of the county, for 10l. to be paid at Easter next. 2 March, 11 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Condition of the above bond witnessing that if the said George and Richard shall have William Bartlet before the king's justices at the next gaol delivery at Ayllysbury, and shall preserve the sheriff harmless for the said William and pay him 6s. 8d. &c. then the said bond shall be void.
[Salop.]C. 3335. Demise by Richard Baxster, master or warden of the Hospital of Holy Trinity, Bruggenorth, and the brethren of the same, to John Lem, of a curtilage in the street called 'Walkerstrete,' by a tenement of the chantry of the mass of St. Thomas the martyr, and extending from the high road to a lane leading towards the Severn; for ninety-nine years, paying 4d. yearly. 6 January, 9 Henry VI. Injured.
[ ]C. 3336. Release by William Eton, gentleman, to Henry, duke of Exeter, Anne, duchess of Exeter, Richard Caudrey and Thomas Mannyng, clerks, of all actions. 23 December, 29 Henry VI.
[Middx.]C. 3337. Release by William Jowtrel, citizen and tailor of London, and Cristiana Lambard, to Isabella Whelpyngton, of all actions. 16 April, 4 Henry V.
[Bedf.]C. 3338. Grant by John Malebranche, son of Richard Digun, of Dunstaple, to Ellen Blancmuster, of a messuage with a curtilage in the north street of Dunstaple, the east front extending along Watlingstrat, paying 18d. yearly to the [prior] and convent of Dunstaple &c. Witnesses:—Richard de Wotton, Simon Faucus, and others (named). Seal, broken.
[Essex.]C. 3339. Indenture witnessing 'of a rekenyng takyn' between Sir Harry Marney, knight, and Thomas Sprot, late farmer of Gyborakes in Moche Totham. The latter is charged with 16l. 8s. 8d., of which he is allowed for nine quarters of wheat 54s., for sixty quarters of oats 5l. 13s. 4d., for a boar 6s. 8d., for carriage of hay from Totham by two days, 2s. 8d., for carriage of two barrels of herrings from Maldon to Ley, 6d. &c. and 'so the forseid Thomas with thes forseid payments passith awey quyte and evyn.' 21 October, 14 Henry VII. English.
[Berks ?]C. 3340. Demise by John Blount, lord of Rotherfeld Pyppard, to William Tanner and Isabella his wife, of Kyngeston, of land and a 'plot of lese' in Kyngeston, part lying in Medgarston, part below the road from Medgarston, part in 'le tuelvacrisforlong.' part above Okeneldwode, in 'le nether bytme,' part upon Upkyngeshull, and part between Stonyforlong and Rogeris, the said 'plot of lese' called 'Drabinar' lying at Okneld; for twelve years, paying 12s. yearly. Michaelmas, 13 Henry IV. Injured.
Kent.C. 3341. Demise by William Darell of Litilcote, co. Wilts, esquire, to William Darell, son and heir of John Darell, in tail, of all the lands &c. which lately belonged to Margaret, sister and one of the heirs of Thomas Baret, daughter (sic) and heir of Andrew Baret, in Harnhell, Graveney, Godmersham, Wy and Byltyng, which he with others (named), now deceased, had of the gift of Valentine Baret; with remainders in tail to Robert and Thomas, sons of the said John Darell, and to the grantor, and in fee to the right heirs of the said John Darell. 4 March, 17 Henry VI. Seal, imperfect.
Essex.C. 3342. Appointment by Thomas Langeley, esquire, sheriff of Essex, of William . . . . . ., of the said county, to be bailiff of the hundreds of . . . . . . . as long as he himself holds the office of sheriff. . . November, 1 Edward IV. Seal. Portion of document only.
[Middx.]C. 3343. Release by William Colyn, to Henry de Gates, and Emma his wife, of all his right in a messuage with land in the Weald (Waldis) in the parish of Harwes (Harrow), formerly belonging to Stephen Colyn, his uncle. Sunday before St. Margaret the virgin, 31 Edward [I]. Injured.
Kent.C. 3344. Grant by John Garnett of the parish of Gravsend, to William Halton of the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo, of land in a field called 'Horpole' [in the said parish of St. Mary ?]. 5 September, 3 Henry VI. Imperfect. Seal.
[Salop.]C. 3345. Demise by Hugh Cardemaker, the master, and the brethren and sisters of the hospital of Holy Trinity, Bruggenorth, to Roger Flemyng and Agnes his wife, of a barn in the street called 'Myllestret' towards the mill, extending to the lane leading to Glaseleys Croft, for ninety-nine years, paying 5s. yearly. Witnesses:—John Dawes and John Underwode, bailiffs of Bruggenorth, and others (named). Morrow of Michaelmas, 37 Henry VI, A.D. 1458.
[Leic.]C. 3346. Grant by Henry de Templo, to Richard de Templo, his son, of all his land and bondmen in Schepey Parva, viz. his capital messuage and lands held by the tenants named, with their messuages and bodies &c. and homages for land in Wittaker and Schepey Magna and homage and service for the mill there, with further grant of the mills of Schepey Parva with pond, fishery &c. and a meadow in Schepey Magna &c. paying 12d. yearly towards the light of St. Thomas the martyr there, and to Henry and Philippa his wife, Richard's mother, for their lives, 14 marks yearly. Witnesses:—William de Schepeya, Henry de Appelby, knights, and others (named). Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, A.D. 1277.
[Devon.]C. 3347. Certificate of the official of the archdeacon of Barnstaple that according to the letters of Edmund, bishop of Exeter, (recited) to him directed, he has inducted William Bukby, a monk, as proctor for Simon Oclee, a monk of Bermondsey, into possession of the priory of St. Mary Magdalene, Barnstaple. 7 November, A.D. 1398. Fragments of seal.
[Devon.]C. 3348. Certificate by William Fulford, archdeacon of Barnstaple and canon of Exeter, that according to the letters of John, bishop of Exeter, (recited), he has inducted John Ilfrecomb, a monk of the priory of St. Mary Magdalene, Barnstaple, into possession of the said priory, vacant by the death of John Pylton, the late prior, on the presentation of the patron, the duchess of Exeter. 10 April, A.D. 1472. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3349. Grant by Elicia Juel of Thornecote, widow, to Ralph her son, of land in Beston upon Middelmerchforlong, and a 'swat' of meadow in Langelake. Thornecote, Sunday after Michaelmas, 10 Edward II.
[Notts.]C. 3350. (1.) Confirmation by Thomas de Strelley of Wodeburgh, to Ellen, wife of Ivo Jeke, of all his estate in the lands and tenements in Oxton and Wodeburgh called 'Founelande,' upon which she has entered by inheritance from William de Strelley, the elder, her father, reserving to Thomas lands in Oxton called 'Waldeshefland.' Monday before St. Valentine, 9 Richard [II]. French.
(2.) Grant by Ivo Jeke of Prestwold, and Ellen his wife, to Thomas de Strelley, in tail, of their lands and tenements in Wodeburgh called 'Founelande' on condition of the said Ellen and her heirs not being ousted from lands and tenements in Oxton called 'Waldeshefland' which Thomas has granted to her in tail. Tuesday before St. Valentine, 9 Richard II. French.
(3.) Certificate by Thomas de Strelley, that whereas the above Ivo and Ellen hold lands in Wodeburgh called 'Founeland,' in right of the latter, which they have granted to him in tail, and whereas Thomas holds in fee certain lands in Oxton called 'Waldeshefland'; he has granted the said lands in Oxton to Ellen in tail on condition that if he be [ousted] from the lands in Wodeburgh he may re-enter upon those in Oxton, and Ellen upon those in Wodeburgh. Tuesday before St. Valentine, 9 Richard [II]. French.
(4.) Demise by Payn de Vilers of Kynalton, knight, to Richard Strelley, of the services of John de Normanton of Calverton, and Avice le Coupere of the same viz. their fealty and yearly rents of 6s. and 4s. respectively. Monday before St. Thomas the apostle, 18 Edward III.
(5.) Release by the same, to the same, of all his right in the above services. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 18 Edward III.
Copies on one skin.
[Heref.]C. 3351. Grant by John Freman of Hereford, shoemaker (corvyser), to John Wyche, citizen of the same, and John Cachepol, chaplain, of a tenement and curtilage in 'le Scolestrete,' Hereford. Witnesses:—Richard Skydemore, mayor of Hereford, John Trovey and William Falk, the king's bailiffs there, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Bartholomew the apostle, 13 Richard II.
[Camb.]C. 3352. Grant by Emma, relict of the late Laurence Knevet of Trippellowe, to Walter the clerk, of the same, of land at Brockstrate in Trippellowe parish, by the road leading to Foulmere and abutting upon Wodeweye. Tuesday after St. Botolph, 1 Edward II.
[Herts.]C. 3353. Grant by Henry Purnel of Aldwyk, to Richard Aleyn of the same, and Amice his wife, of land in the east field of Bettelowe upon the tillage called 'Brokforlong,' by land of the lord of Tyscote. Thursday after the Annunciation, 42 Edward III.
[Herts.]C. 3354. Grant by John son of John de Aldeburi, to William le Heyward of Bettelowe, and Avice his wife, of a vacant piece of underwood (bosse) in the common pasture of Aldeburi, called 'Aldeburi het'. Friday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 9 Edward II.
York.C. 3355. Indenture witnessing that whereas Nicholas de Strelley, knight, enfeoffed in fee simple Thomas Meres of Awburne, Thomas Hunt of Lyndeby, and Richard Metham, esquires, with all his lands &c. in Feribrigge and Friston, lately belonging to his father Sampson de Strelley, knight, by grant dated Sunday the feast of St. Gregory, 2 Henry VI. and Metham having released all his right in the premises to Meres and Hunt on Saturday the Annunciation, 2 Henry VI; the said Meres and Hunt at the special request of Nicholas demise to him the premises for his life, at a yearly rent of 3l. 6s. 8d., and undertake to keep them in their hands for eight years after his decease to be disposed of according to his will, and at the end of that term to grant them in tail male to Robert de Strelley knight, son of the said Nicholas, with similar remainder to John de Strelley son of John de Strelley, esquire, son of the said Nicholas, and remainder to the right heirs of Nicholas Strelley. Monday after Whit-Sunday, 4 Henry VI. Seal.
[Chesh.]C. 3356. Grant by Robert le Smyth of Chester, to David de Grafton the younger, of a tenement in Foregatestrete, Chester, stretching to the field of the dean of the collegiate church of St, John, Chester. Witnesses: —William Hulme, dyer (heuster), Richard de Pleymundestowe, notary public, and others (named). Saturday the morrow of the apostles Peter and Paul, 2 Henry V. Portion of seal.
Essex.C. 3357. Grant by William Morman of Althorne, and John Pood of Southmenster, to John Bowys, John Peek, John Bray, of Bournham and John Bylston of Southmenster, of lands and tenements called 'Wyndhell' in Asschyldham. Thursday after St. Valentine the martyr, 7 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 3358. Grant by Thomas Grenefeld of Brom, to Thomas Fetypas of Overcaltecote, of land in 'le Mersshfurlong' of Beeston, adjoining land held of the abbot of Wardon, and abutting at one end towards 'le Southmersshe' and at the other towards 'le Longelond.' Vigil of the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 11 Richard II.
[Essex.]C. 3359. Grant by John Sonyld and Thomas Noblet, to John Aylemar called 'Brewere' of Colchester, and Sarah his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage at the north end of the street called 'Weststokwellestreet,' Colchester. Witnesses:—Thomas Fraunceys and John Seburgh, bailiffs of Colchester, and others (named). 2 April, 11 Richard II.
[Bedf.]C. 3360. Grant in tail by Henry le Mayster of Woresle, to Roger Ivel of Thornecote, and Matilda his wife, daughter of John la Zouche, of land in Bestone, part lying upon Druyhenhul, part in 'le Clay,' and part at Middelmerhs, and abutting on 'le Grenedyhc,' with revision in fee to the said John. Wednesday after the Purification, 1 Edward IV.
Sussex.C. 3361. Grant by Richard Cach of Cokefeld, of all his goods and chattels, debts due to him &c. to Thomas Hoo, esquire, John Onstye the elder, alias Holcombe, and Richard Tannere of Lyndefeld, whom he has put in possession thereof by six silver spoons. Cokefeld, 15 March, 13 Edward IV.
Derby.C. 3362. Grant by Hugh de Streley, to John Talbot, lord Talbot and Fournyvall, Roger Stedman, and Richard Worteley, of a capital messuage and lands &c. called 'Over Shatton' in the Peak. Shatton, the feast of the Invention of Holy Cross, 2 Henry VI.
[Derby.]C. 3363. Grant by Alan Jonesson, to Robert son of Henry de Repindon, and Agnes his wife, of land in Repindon and lying at Collecros. Monday after the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 35 Edward III.
[Middx.]C. 3364. Grant by Thomas Maynard of Haryngeye, and Emma his wife, to Adam in the Felde, carpenter, of the same, and Margaret his wife, of a plot of land with the cottage thereon in the place called'le Grenehawe,' over against the gate of Stephen atte Cruche of Haryngeye. The Purification, 27 Edward III.
[Heref.]C. 3365. Grant by Denise, daughter of Richard Monyword of Hereford, to Henry Cachepol, citizen of the same, of a messuage in Hereford, within the bishop's gate. London, in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Neugate, Friday after St. Barnabas the apostle, 21 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]C. 3366. Demise by John Pyell, to John le Smyth of Craneslee, Alice his wife, and, in tail, to Margery their daughter, of a messuage in Craneslee and land in the same, part lying at Folewelle-leyes, part upon Holewell, part at Eldernestob, and part at Bernedewholm, paying 4s. yearly and two capons, with remainder to John, brother of the said Margery. Witnesses:—Simon in Ye Wylewes, of Craneslee, and others (named). Monday after St. Martin, 27 Edward III. Seal of arms, imperfect.
[Berks.]C. 3367. Conveyance by Sir Andrew de Grimstede, knight, to Henry atte 'Grene of Cherltone, and Hugh his son, of a messuage and croft in Wanetynge which Maria de Cruce formerly held, for their lives, paying 5s. yearly. Sunday before the Annunciation, 7 Edward II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 3368. Demise by Master Reginald de Cranisle, to William Passelewe, and Emma his wife, of land in the fields of Cranisle, part lying at 'le Crowebrodehalfakir,' part by Broutoverweye, part upon Depedale, part at 'le Breohe,' part at Westcroftis, part upon 'le Undir Wold,' part 'in to ye Strete,' part at 'le Strete,' part at Werildikis, part abutting upon Fulpithavedlond, part at Schirisforest, part above Mallesle, part at Blindesikis, and part at Colegrave, for their lives, paying 8s. yearly. Thursday after St. Andrew, 22 Edward [I]. Seal, defaced.
[Heref.]C. 3369. Grant by Thomas de le Wode, son of Roger de le Wode, of Welynton, to Peter de Coteshale and Lucy his wife, of a messuage in Welynton, extending to the croft of John Chaundos. Sunday after St. Valentine, 39 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 3370. Grant by Robert the Wise (Sapiens), to William Spryngham and Agnes his wife, for 40s., of a messuage in Remmesbury. Friday before St. Margaret the virgin, 16 Edward II.
[Notts.]C. 3371. Grant in tail by John son of William de Crophull of Nottingham, to Henry Flemyng of the same, and Emma his wife, of a messuage in the Great Smiths' street (vico magnorum fabrorum) in Nottingham, stretching to the lane called 'le Dedelane,' with remainder to the right heirs of Henry. Witnesses:—Robert de Morewod, mayor of Nottingham, Richard Sherman and Robert de Brumby, bailiffs, and others (named). Friday, the feast of St. Mark, 22 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]C. 3372. Letter of attorney by the dean and chapter of the new collegiate church of St Mary, Leicester, diocese of Lincoln, authorising John Seggevaux and Adam de Thyngden, canons of the said church, to act as their proctors in matters relating to Cranesley parish church, in the said diocese, appropriated to them by John, bishop of Lincoln. Kalends of April, A.D. 1381.
Merion.C. 3373. Grant by Isabella, daughter of Hugh Lloit, to Roger Holand, son of John Holand, and Gwevrvill v[ergh] Gwilym, late the wife of the said Hugh, of all her burgages, messuages and lands &c. in Bala and within the county named, held by English or Welsh tenure; with letter of attorney authorising Richard Gruff alias Richard ap Guttyn, clerk to deliver seisin. 20 October, 7 Henry VII.
[Bucks.]C. 3374. Grant by John Feverel of Swanburne, to Sir Philip de Aillesburi, knight, of a curtilage in Pichelestorne parish which John had of the gift of Henry the miller, his father, extending towards Wessebrok and Bachemundeswelle, and lying between Stiwardesponde and Fulk Fidekyn['s land]. Thursday after St. Matthias, 8 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Staff.]C. 3375. Conveyance by Richard de Delves, to William son of Gregory de Bettileye, for one year, of a plot of land in 'le Fourtiacres' with which the said William lately enfeoffed Richard son of Thomas de Thikenes; and conveyance by the said William, to the said Richard, of the plot in the same field which he had of the feoffment of the said Richard de Thikenes, to hold for the same term. Bettileye, Tuesday the vigil of All Saints, 3 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 3376. Grant by William Rolf of Taterigg, to John Chalkhull of the same, of a little grove called 'le Berches' in Taterigg, and of a piece of land there in the field called 'Rolvescroft' extending southward to the water called 'Tatebourn' and eastward to the field called 'Eght acres.' Sunday after St. Barnabas, 31 Edward III.
Salop.C. 3377. Demise by Hugh Cardemaker, the master or warden, and the brethren and sisters of the Hospital of Holy Trinity, Bruggenorth, to Richard Kyngeslowe of Bruggenorth, mercer, of a tenement there in the street called 'Hongreystrete,' from the present date till the end of ninety-nine years from the Annunciation next, paying 6s. 8d. yearly. Witnesses:—Thomas Horde, esquire, and the said Richard Kyngeslowe, bailiffs, and others (named). 24 June, 35 Henry VI.
[Sussex.]C. 3378. Grant by Richard de Wylesham, to Ralph Bat of Borham, of a messuage in Wylesham in the parish of Esseburnhame, by the high road leading from Wyleshames Crouch towards the west. Witnesses:— John Seyn Leger of Coudenne and others (named). Tuesday after St. Valentine, 2 Edward III.
[Bucks.]C. 3379. Demise by brother Richard the master, and the brethren, of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist of Neuport Paynel, to Phivian de Stantone, clerk, and John de Wykeham of Neuport Paynel, for their lives, of all the grantors' tenements in Tyringham, paying 22s. 4d. yearly. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Tyringham, knight, and others (named). Midsummer, A.D. 1308.
Kent.C. 3380. Grant by Richard Haywarde of Tonebrigge, to Roger Goodmunde of the same, and Thomas Bryghtrich, Stephen Broker, and Richard Bedde, of the same, of all his lands and tenements in Tonebrygge parish. 4 March, 30 Henry VI.
[Bedf.]C. 3381. Grant by Adam de Harpeden, called 'del Colvrehus,' of Dunstaple, to Bartholomew Nicholas of the same, of a tenement in the south street of Dunstaple, extending westward upon Watlingestrat, paying 9d. yearly to the prior and convent of Dunstaple. Thursday after St. Martin the bishop, 32 Edward I.
[N'hamp.]C. 3382. Defeasance of a grant by John, bishop of Lincoln, John de Boudon, parson of the church of Yelvertoft, and Thomas Rag, to Sir Richard de Grene, knight, Adam Chaungeour, citizen of London, and John de Boys, parson of the church of Hoghton, of the manor of Cranesle and advowson of the church there, and defeasance of a release to the said grantees by Thomas de Melburn of all his right in the said manor; witnessing that if the said grantors or the said releasor pay to the said grantees 560 marks at London at the times specified, then the said grant and release shall be void. Wednesday after Michaelmas, 1 Richard II. French. Seal of arms, and fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 3383. Grant by Lyna daughter of Robert le Somenur of Cranesle, widow, to Master Reginald, son of Hugh de Cranesle, of a messuage with a toft in Cranesle. Witnesses:—Sir Robert le Baud, William de Sancto Germano, Robert, lord of Orlingberge, and others (named). Sunday after St. Luke (he evangelist, 15 Edward I.
[N'hamp.]C. 3384. Grant by Geoffrey de Orlingber, to Hugh, lord of Cranisle, and Agnes his wife, of a croft called 'le Madecroft' in Cranisle, and tillages at Wolemeresmede and Blyndesyks by the rectory of the church, for their lives. St. Katherine's day, 7 Edward II.
[Linc.]C. 3385. Conveyance by John Phepe of Wyflingham, to Thomas Moigne of the same, esquire, of land in Wyflingham, part in 'le Innomes' upon a furlong called 'Aldresshes,' part upon Wolsloncombe, and part upon Zollerdam hill. 23 March, 34 Henry VI.
[Linc.]C. 3386. Grant by William Cantynge of Edenham, to Elias le Forester of the same, of all his lands in Edenham, part at Imroth abutting on 'le Burnemore,' part at Sowtelesyces abutting on meadow of the abbey of Valle Dei (Vaudey), part at 'ye Hedurmore Sowtelesyces' abutting on land of the prior of Brylyngton, part in Fulwell, part at Miculbaro, part at 'the Pasturebryge,' part at 'the Metston,'part upon Swynewrose, part in Lythacardall, part in Valgate crofte, part upon Benehyll, part at Morsgarth, part upon Sowrehyll, part at Sowresykes, part at Hyngwell, part at Hyngarthston, and part at Goffungate. Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 19 Edward III.
[Sussex.]C. 3387. Grant by John Urry and John Pope, to James Urry and John his son, of two crofts called 'Bakeresham' and 'Hugetesham,' lying at' la Rogheye' in Horsham. The Conversion of St. Paul, 7 Richard II.
Herts.C. 3388. Demise by Thomas Braghyng, William Castell, William Hert, Richard Huchon, John Woodeleef, and Richard Greteham, to John Hotoft, John Wodehows, John Feriby, esquires, John Snell, clerk, John Fray, and Thomas Knolles the younger, of all lands &c. in the towns and hamlets of Ware, Alcewyk, Leyston, and Hornmede Magna, and elsewhere in the same county, which they, together with the said John Hotoft, lately had of the gift of Richard atte Water of Ware, who, with John Tebeye, late rector of Wyncelogh, and others (named), had them of the gift of William atte Water, Richard's father. 16 June, 2 Henry VI. Two seals, imperfect.
[Kent.]C. 3389. Duplicate of C. 3285. Seal.
[Essex.]Endorsed: Grant by John Sperlyng, son and heir of the late Richard Sperlyng of Esthamme, to Richard Thomas(?) of the same, of land in the marsh of Esthamme, part lying in the field called 'Tamesefelde' towards the Thames, part in Brunglond, part in a field called 'Broagore' (?), and part in Westfeld &c. Draft, imperfect.
[Chesh.]C. 3390. Grant by John Eggerton, esquire, son and heir of Philip Eggerton, esquire, to Robert Shawe of Chester, 'barker,' of a plot of land with the buildings thereon in 'le Foregate strete,' Chester, extending to the city common ditch, paying 12s. yearly. Witnesses:—Roger Hurlton mayor, John Dedwoode and Henry Fraunces, sheriffs, of Chester, and others (named). 13 December, 21 Edward IV. Seal, defaced.
[Sussex.]C. 3391. Release by Richard and Thomas Alfray, to John Wodye and his heirs, of all their right in all the lands and tenements lately belonging to John Morys and Agnes his wife in Estgrensted, called 'Cokemannys' and 'Mathewys.' Feast of St. George, 19 Edward IV. Portion of seal.
[Westmld.]C. 3392. Indenture between William de Threlkeld and Sirs Robert de Threlkeld, John de Billy, and John de Stokdale, chaplains, witnessing that the latter are jenfeoffed by William in the manor of Crossebyravenswarth on condition that when required by him to re-enfeof him with the said manor if they refuse he may re-enter on the same &c. Tuesday before Ascension Day, 1 Richard II. French.
[Bucks.]C. 3393. Grant by John Bertram, parson of the church of Drayton Passewe, and Roger Edward of Wengrave, to John Fulford and Agnes his wife, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Whitchirche which the grantors lately had of the gift of Alice Colyns of Wengrave. Sunday before St. George the martyr, 22 Richard II. Portions of two seals.
Bucks.C. 3394. Grant by Robert Power of Whitchirche, to John de Fulford, of land in Whitchirche, in a place called 'Ruggewayhed.' 4 August,' 19 Richard II. Seal, imperfect.
Essex.C. 3395. Demise by Petronilla, wife of John Bodyvall of Inworth, late the wife of John Hokley of the same, smith, to Robert Buknar, chaplain, rector of Inworth church, of land with the houses thereon in Inworth, between pasture called 'le Moore,' and the high road from Wytham to Colchester, and abutting on the lane from Estyrford to Saltcote; which she with others (named) lately had of the demise of Richard Pratt of Feryng and others, by grant dated Wednesday after Palm Sunday, 24 March, 34 Henry VI. 5 February, 7 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 3396. Grant by Geoffrey son of Robert de Orlingbere, to Hugh, lord of Cranesle, Agnes his wife, and Alice, daughter of William de Wyleby, of the reversion of a messuage and land in Cranesle which Stephen Elis and Stephen his son hold for their lives at a rent of 20s. yearly, who are to pay the said rent to the said grantees. Witnesses:—Master Reginald, rector of Cranesle, William de Sancto Germano of Broughton, and others (named). Friday after St. Matthew the apostle, 5 Edward H. Seal, imperfect.
[Linc.]C. 3397. Grant by Roger Graynesby of Grymesby, to John Langholm of Conyngesholm, Thomas Moigne of Clee, and Alan Kedyngton of Wathe, of land in Wathe, part lying in the east field by Southindale, adjoining land of William Fraunk, knight, on the east, and abutting on 'le Mere' which lies between the field of Wathe and Gaynesby, with other land upon Brynyngmare, and part lying in the west field. Saturday before the apostles Simon and Jude, 15 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Notts.]C. 3398. Release by Geoffrey son of Geoffrey the clerk of Strelle, to Sir Robert son of Sir Robert de Strelle, of all his right in a plot of pasture and wood called 'le Freyt.' Witnesses:—Sir Philip de Pauntone, sheriff, Sir Thomas de Stapulford, under-sheriff, and others (named). Strelle, 6 November, 21 Edward [I].
[Wilts.]C. 3399. Grant by Edith, late the wife of John Mulle, to John Croke and 'Nicholas Burgh, clerks, Nicholas Wotton, and William Holtham, clerk, of all his lands and tenements in Remmesbury. Friday after the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
[Staff.]C. 3400. Grant by Roger Goddessalve of Tuttebury, chaplain, to Richard Burton and Richard Roundell of the same, of a burgage in Tuttebury in the monks' street. Sunday after St. Matthew the apostle, 18 Richard II. Seal, imperfect.