Deeds
D.1 - D.100

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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407-415

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'Deeds: D.1 - D.100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 407-415. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64355 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Series D. (EXCHEQUER. Q. R.)

D.1 - D.100

Kent.D. 1. Bond by John son of Robert le Prestre of Lenham, to Isaac son of Elias the bishop, the Jew, for 4 marks, payable at the quinzaine of Michaelmas next, if not paid then John agrees to pay interest at 2d. weekly on each 1l. 8 June, 41 Henry III.
Somers.D. 2. Bond by Baldewin de Wayford, to Hagym son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 5½ marks, to be paid at Michaelmas next. 12 August, 41 Henry III. Seal, injured.
Essex.D. 3. Bond by John son of William de Chelmorford, to Vives son of Abraham, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 13 March, 41 Henry III.
Suff.D. 4. Bond by William de Cramavill, to Deulecress son of Aaron, the Jew, for ½ mark, to be paid within three weeks of Michaelmas next. 10 April, 41 Henry III.
Worc.D. 5. Bond by William de Nova Terra of the county of Worcester, to Isaac son of Manser de Wygorn[ia], the Jew, for 5 marks, to be paid at the quinzaine of St. John the Baptist next. 16 May, 41 Henry III. Equestrian seal.
[Worc.]D. 6. Bond by Hugh son of William de Bles, to Ysah son of Diay, the Jew of Worcester, for 1 mark and one load (summam) of wheat, to be paid yearly, during his life, to the said Ysah, at the feasts of St. Denys and the Purification. Day of St. Margaret the virgin, 46 Henry III.
Kent.D. 7. Bond by John de Malling son of Humphrey Levered, to Manaser son of Ursell, the Jew, for 8 marks, to be paid at the feast of St. John the Baptist next. 1 February, 46 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
[ ]D. 8. Bond by Hugh de Turbervile, to Ysah son of Diay, the Jew, for 20l. and three loads of wheat, to be paid at the octave of Michaelmas next. Thursday after the apostles Peter and Paul, 46 Henry III.
Middx.D. 9. Bond by Henry de Durham of London, to Abraham son of Bennet, the Jew, for 10 marks, to be paid at the Epiphany, 56 Henry III. 19 May, 55 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Herts.D. 10. Bond by Theobald de Marines and Stephen de Eye, to Sampson de Wintonia the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Whitsuntide next. 4 February, 56 Henry III.
Middx.D. 11. Bond by John de Horsindune, to Gamaliel de London' the Jew, for 4 marks, to be paid at Martinmas, 46 Henry III. 21 December, 45 Henry III.
Hants.D. 12. Bond by William Dimars son of Richard, of the county of Southampton, to Benedict son of Cress, the Jew, for 20 marks, to be paid at the quinzaine of St. Giles next. 2 June, 46 Henry III.
Somers.D. 13. Bond by John de Henle of Eston, to Isaac son of Sampson, the Jew, for 4 marks to be paid at the quinzaine of the Holy Trinity next. 8 February, 46 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Bucks.D. 14. Bond by Elyas de Chalcsethe of the county of Bucks, to Isaac son of Sampson, the Jew, for 100s. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 17 August, 46 Henry III.
Somers.D. 15. Bond by Baldwin de Wayford of the county of Somerset, to Jacob son of Josseus, the Jew, for 30s. to be paid by instalments at the dates specified. 20 October, 45 Henry III.
Herts.D. 16. Bond by Ralph son of Reginald de Westune of the county of Hertford, to Gamaliel de London' the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 7 June, 46 Henry III.
Somers.D. 17. Bond by Baldwin de Wayford, to Bennet son of Jacob the bishop, the Jew, for 8 marks, to be paid at Whitsuntide next. 20 February, 42 Henry III.
Scotland.D. 18. Bond by Alexander, steward of Scotland, knight of the kingdom of Scotland, to Deulecresse son of Aaron, the Jew, for 200l. to be paid at the quinzaine of Midsummer next. 9 September, 45 Henry III.
[Heref.]D. 19. Bond by Walter de Ebroicis, lord of Bodenham, to Ysah son of Dyay, the Jew, for 22½ marks, to be paid on the [day of] the fair of St. Ethelbert next. Morrow of Sunday after Easter, 46 Henry III.
[ ]D. 20. Bond by Thomas Paris of Siseno, to Aron de Karrleun the Jew, for 40s. to be paid at Michaelmas next. Feast of St. Matthias the apostle, 46 Henry III. Portion of seal.
Herts.D. 21. Bond by Simon son of Maurice the carter (caretar'), of the county of Hertford, to Cresse son of Genta, the Jew, for 100s. to be paid at Midsummer next. Last day of February, 46 Henry III.
Devon.D. 22. Bond by Simon de Ros son of William, of the county of Devon, to Manser son of Aaron, the Jew, for 9 marks, to be paid at the quinzaine of Whitsuntide next. 15 March, 46 Henry III.
Herts.D. 23. Bond by Ralph son of Reginald, clerk of Westun, to Gamaliel de Oxonia the Jew, for 4 marks, to be paid at the quinzaine of Michaelmas next. 3 July, 46 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.D. 24. Bond by Susanna, late the wife of William son of Ralph de Bydeham, to Delecr[esse] son of Aron, the Jew, of London, for 60s. to be paid by instalments at the dates specified. Sunday before St. Nicholas, 46 Henry III.
Warw.D. 25. Bond by Sir Roger Dayvile, knight, of the county of Warwick, to Deulecresse son of Aaron, the Jew, for 75l. to be paid at the quinzaine of Easter next. 14 July, 45 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.D. 26. Bond by Robert son of Stephen de Langeford of the county of Bedford, to Bonemus son of Isaac of Bedford (Isaac Bedef'), the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Midsummer next. 23 January, 46 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.D. 27. Bond by Robert son of Stephen de Langeford, of the county of Bedford, to Cresse son of Genta, the Jew, for 20l. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 1 December, 46 Henry III.
Warw.D. 28. Bond by Roger Dayvile, knight, of the county of Warwick, to Deulecr[esse] son of Aaron, the Jew, for 65l. to be paid at the quinzaine of Easter next. 10 August, 46 Henry III.
[ ]D. 29. Bond by Walter le Mire of Eglantune, to Ysah son of Diay, the Jew, for 20s. to be paid on the morrow of the Purification next. St. Lawrence's day, 40 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Norf.D. 30. Bond by Thomas de Crempelsham son of Theodore, of the county of Norfolk, to Diaia son of Abraham, the Jew, for 40s. to be paid at Whitsuntide next. 30 January, 47 Henry III.
Bucks.D. 31. Bond by William de D . . . el of the county of Bucks, to Deulecr[esse] son of Aaron, the Jew, for . . . . ., to be paid at the [quinzaine?] of Michaelmas next. 13 April, quad . . . . . . . . . Henry III. Injured.
[ ]D. 32. Bond by Walter le Mire of Eglintune, to Ysah son of Diay, the Jew, for 40s. and half a load of oats, to be paid on the morrow of All Saints next. Monday before the Purification, 47 Henry III.
Bucks.D. 33. Bond by Henry Wyht son of William, of the county of Bucks, to Sampson son of Isaac, the Jew, for 40s. to be paid at Whitsuntide next. 28 November, 48 Henry III. Fragments of seal.
Herts.D. 34. Bond by . . . de Aswelle, knight, of the county of Herts, to Manser son of Aaron, the Jew, for 20 marks, to be paid at All Saints next. 16 November, 47 Henry III.
Bucks.D. 35. Bond by Henry Wyht son of William, of the county of Bucks, to Sampson son of Isaac, the Jew, for 2 marks, to be paid at St. Andrew next. 8 March, 47 Henry III. Portion of seal.
Linc.D. 36. Bond by Roger de Sowe son of Roger, of the county of Lincoln, to Deulecresse son of Aaron, the Jew, for 12 marks, to be paid at the octave of Easter next. 11 October, 47 Henry III.
Middx.D. 37. Bond by Walter de Camera son of Roger, of the county of Middlesex, to Sampson son of Aaron, the Jew, for 4l. to be paid on the morrow of St. Martin next. 22 May, 47 Henry III.
Essex.D. 38. Bond by William Bacun of Boscarso, of the county of Essex, to Cresse son of Genta, the Jew, for 10 marks, to be paid at St. Martin in the winter next. 5 August, 49 Henry III. Seal, injured.
[Berks.]D. 39. Bond by Cristiana de Lewes, daughter of John de Redinges, to Mosseus son of Master Elias, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 18 July, 50 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum that she owes to him half a load of corn on the day of the beheading of St. John the Baptist in the same year and that the term is prolonged to three weeks from Michaelmas.
Surrey.D. 40. Bond by Ivo de Molesham of the county of Surrey, to Isaac de Suwerk the Jew, for 2 marks, to be paid at Michaelmas next. 15 March 50 Henry III.
Berks.D. 41. Bond by Cristina de Lewes of the county of Berks, to Bennet son of Cresse, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at St. Nicholas next. 1 September 50 Henry III.
[Middx.]D. 42. Bond by Walter de Salef,' 'poleter,' of London, to Abraham son of Benedict, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Mid-Lent next 23 December, 52 Henry III.
Surrey.D. 43. Bond by Alice daughter of Geoffrey de Wanleswrth, of the county of Surrey, to Peytevin son of Josceus, the Jew, for 8l. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 5 April, 52 Henry III.
[Middx.]D. 44. Bond by Gilbert de Hammes son of Martin Godessone of London, to Jurninus son of Abraham the Jew, for 6 marks, to be paid at Christmas next. 21 October, 52 Henry III.
Essex.D. 45. Bond by John son of John de Sutfolch of the county of Essex, to Elias son of Elias, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at Mid-Lent next. 28 November, 53 Henry III.
[Derby.]D. 46. Bond by Peter le Sureys of Wyrkeswrth, to Aaron son of Jacob, the Jew, of Staunford, for 60s. yearly rent, to be paid at the Annunciation in each year. Morrow of St. Martin, 53 Henry III.
Kent.D. 47. Bond by Robert, vicar of Schorn, to Jacob son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 10 marks, to be paid at the quinzaine of Midsummer next. 15 January, 53 Henry III.
Heref.D. 48. Bond by Hamo Lestraunge, knight, of the county of Hereford, to Hagim son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 50 marks, to be paid at Whitsuntide next. 24 October, 52 Henry III. Seal of arms, injured.
Hants.D. 49. Bond by Robert de Warneford, knight, son of Richard, of the county of Southampton, to Cresse son of Genta, the Jew, for 100 marks, to be paid at the octave of Michaelmas next. 15 October, 53 Henry III. Seal of arms, injured.
Heref.D. 50. Bond by William de Mortuo Mari, knight, of the county of Hereford, to Hagim son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 40s. to be paid at the octave of All Saints next. 22 July, 53 Henry III.
[Kent.]D. 51. Bond by Thomas le Vineter and Richard de Insula, both of Derteford, to Hagim son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 2 marks, to be paid at St. Martin in the winter next. 9 July, 53 Henry III.
Linc.D. 52. Bond by William de Tawell, knight, of the county of Lincoln, to Jacob son of Hagim, son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at the Purification next. 25 August, 53 Henry III.
Bucks.D. 53. Bond by John de Gravenel, knight, of the county of Bucks, to Sampson son of Isaac, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at All Saints next. 5 July, 53 Henry III. Seal, injured.
Bucks.D. 54. Bond by John de Cam of Hertwell, to Isaac de Suwerk the Jew, for 4 marks, to be paid at Michaelmas next, 2 May, 54 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.D. 55. Bond by Felicia de Marisco of Lamheth, to Isaac de Suwerk the Jew, for 20s. to be paid at Christmas next. 26 November, 54 Henry III.
[Middx.]D. 56. Bond by Robert Lovekyn of London, to Abraham son of Bennet, the Jew, for 60s. to be paid at the quinzaine of Whitsuntide next. 17 January, 54 Henry III. Seal.
Kent.D. 57 Bond by Robert de Chylham of the county of Kent, to Isaac de Suwerk the Jew, for 40s. to be paid at the quinzaine of Michaelmas next. 24 January, 54 Henry III.
Suff.D. 58. Bond by Walter de Muster of the county of Suffolk, to Bennet son of Jacob de Linc[oln], the Jew, for 30l. to be paid at the quinzaine of Michaelmas next. 5 January, 54 Henry III. Seal.
[Middx.]D. 59. Bond by Simon Wonder of Westminster, to Isaac Levesk the Jew, for 100s. to be paid at Whitsuntide next. 23 December, 54 Henry III.
Kent.D. 60. Bond by Geoffrey the chamberlain (Camerarius), of Chalke, to Jacob of Oxford (Jacobo Oxon') the Jew, for 100s. to be paid at the octave of the Purification next. 25 June, 55 Henry III.
Derby.D. 61. Bond by Thomas de Derley, son of Hugh de Derley, to Jacob of Oxford the Jew, for 10l. to be paid within a month from Michaelmas next. 7 May, 55 Henry III.
Endorsed: Witness—William de Meysham, knight.
Notts.D. 62. Bond by Roger son of Roger de Stanford-on-Sore, to Elias son of Maunser, the Jew, for 5 marks, to be paid at Michaelmas next. Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 55 Henry III.
Linc.D. 63. Bond by Richard de Vylers, knight, of the county of Lincoln, to Hagim son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 40l. to be paid at St. Martin in the winter next. 23 June, 54 Henry III.
Bucks.D. 64. Bond by Roland Malet of the county of Bucks, to Elias son of Elias the Jew, for 10l. to be paid at the octave of St. Laurence next. 16 December, 55 Henry III. Seal.
Endorsed: 'M[emorandum] quod tercia pars istius debiti est Bonami filii Bonami de Oxon[ia]. T[este] Rogero Carellar' de Rikemeresword.'
Middx.D. 65. Bond by Odo de Westmonasterio, of the county of Middlesex to Master Elias son of Master Mosseus, the Jew, for 12l. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 18 January, 55 Henry III.
Warw.D. 66. Bond by Thomas de Wappincbury, son of John, of the county of Warwick, to Jacob of Oxford, the Jew, for 10l. to be paid within a month from Michaelmas next. 7 May, 55 Henry III.
Glouc.D. 67. Bond by Simon le King of the county of Gloucester, to Elias son of Elias, the Jew, for 10 marks, to be paid at St. Peter ad Vincula next. 6 July, 55 Henry III. Seal.
York.D. 68. Bond by Adam de Novo Mercato, knight, of the county of York, to Bennet son of Deulecresse son of Aaron, the Jew, for 10 marks, to be paid on the morrow of the nativity of the Virgin Mary next. 17 July, 55 Henry III.
Berks.D. 69. Bond by Roger son of Ralph de Aston of the county of Berks, to Mosseus son of Jacob de Oxon[ia], the Jew, for 10 marks to be paid at All Saints next. 23 July, 54 Henry III. Portion of seal.
Surrey.D. 70. Bond by Richard de Hadresham of the county of Surrey to Isaac de Suwerk the Jew, for 50s. to be paid on the morrow of Christmas next. 11 July, 54 Henry III. Seal.
Kent.D. 71. Bond by Thomas de Cleindon of the county of Kent, to Creseeus son of Master Elias, the Jew, for 100s. to be paid at the octave of St. John the Baptist. 20 April, 56 Henry III. Portion of seal.
York.D. 72. Bond by Adam de Novo Mercato, knight, of the county of York, to Bennet son of Deulecr[esse] son of Aaron, the Jew, for 50l. to be paid within three weeks from the Purification next. 21 May, 55 Henry III.
Norf.D. 73. Bond by Bartholomew de Redham, knight, of the county of Norfolk, to Jacob [de] Oxon[ia], the Jew, for 6l. to be paid at Easter next. 16 October, 55 Henry III.
[Hants.]D. 74. Bond by Bon' de Suh' (Southampton), to Isac son of Ester, for 45s. a moiety to be paid at the quinzaine of St. John the Baptist and a moiety at the quinzaine of Michaelmas following. Vigil of St. Gregory. No year given.
Kent.D. 75. Bond by John Godard of Greneuiche, to Isaac de Warwik the Jew, for 40s. to be paid at Michaelmas next. 4 May, 56 Henry III.
[Middx.]D. 76. Bond by Emma daughter of Robert de Huntendon, citizen of London, to Ancer daughter of Cresse le Fizgent, the Jewess, for 10l. to be paid at the Purification next. 17 June, 55 Henry III.
[Middx.]D. 77. Bond by Ralph Alemanni, the goldsmith, of London, to Abraham son of Bennet, the Jew, for 20l. to be paid at the Purification next. 9 June, 55 Henry III.
Hunt.D. 78. Bond by Godfrey de Mulesworth of the county of Huntingdon, to Isaac de Warewik the Jew, for 4l. to be paid within three weeks from Michaelmas next. 6 November, 56 Henry III.
[Leic.]D. 79. Undertaking by brother Ralph called the abbot of Merevale, and the convent there, to give to the church of Great Essebi, the tithes of the sheaves from the lands in the field of Great Essebi, which they took in exchange from the nuns of Katesbi in A.D. 1242, as the said abbot and convent had formerly done from the lands which they gave in exchange to the said nuns who are to continue to enjoy common of pasture in the said field. Witnesses:—Robert, vicar of Great Essebi, Roger Malcunenat of Little Pethling, and others (named). [circa 26 Henry III.]
[Som.]D. 80. Grant by Robert Fichet, to William Mantel, of an acre of land lying in a croft called 'Chas . . .' in exchange for another acre extending . . . . . Mutilated fragment.
[Berks.]D. 81. Agreement before Giles (E[gidio]), archdeacon of Berkshire, and W[illiam], rector of the church of Bettlesdene, his official, witnessing the settlement of a dispute between the abbot and convent of Rading, of the one part, and T. rector of the church of Englefeld, of the other, relative to a yearly pension of 1 mark claimed by the said abbot and convent in right of their church of Rading, Sir William de Englefeld, knight, son of Alan de Englefeld, patron of the said church, having interposed in defence of the said cause, and divers letters relative thereto having been obtained from Sir Otho, the legate, it is thus agreed viz. that the right of presentation to the church of Englefeld shall belong to the said Sir William, who, with the said rector, agrees that a yearly pension of 1 mark shall be paid to the said monastery from the said church. Friday before Midsummer, A.D. 1239. Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph de Mortuo Mari, Roger de Hyda, Richard Neirenut, P. de Gadingeld, Richard de Hechelhamt', and others (named). Three seals and two counterseals, injured.
[Berks.]D. 82. Confirmation by Robert, bishop of Salisbury, of the above agreement. Wodeford, kalends of October, in the eleventh year of the bishop's pontificate. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]D. 83. . . . . by Matthew . . . ., to the abbot and convent of . . . . . ., who have given to the said Matthew 200 marks, and have acquitted him against the executors of the will of Sir Peter de Rupibus, late bishop of Winchester, concerning 20 marks in which he was bound to the said bishop. Witnesses:—Sir Azo, abbot of Beaulieu, Sir Hugh de Roches, archdeacon of Winchester, and others (named). Fragment.
[Surrey.]D. 84. Demise by the convent of St. Martin's, Battle, to Henry Ma . ., of land in Grimescrofte in Suwerke. Witnesses:—Lambert Busch, Richard de Clare, Payn de Betherh', and others (named).
[Glouc.]D. 85. Grant by John de la Pyrie of Little Badminton, to Roger atte H . . l . . of the same, and John his son, of land in B[a]dm[inton], lying in Mosewelle forlang. Witnesses:—Sir John de. eyf, Robert le Eyr of Badminton, and others (named). Much damaged.
[Linc.]D. 86. Grant by William son of Sibyl de Reskynton, to William de Nicol in Reskynton, of a messuage in the same, and lands there, part in Hardhille, part by Amvic gate, part upon Longlandes, part upon Stocforlonges, part upon Rylandes, part abutting upon Donesby Gate, part at Boxham gate, part on Surlandes, part on Suhtholm, part at Suhtlayrpittes, part on Middelforlong, and part at Flaxlanddes towards Litteleng. Witnesses:—Hugh de Amvic in Reskynton, Hugh Thurston, William Quayle, and others (named).
[Glouc]D. 87. Demise by John called 'de Piro,' to Alexander de Opton chaplain, for thirty years, from Michaelmas, A.D. 1293, of land in Little Badminton within the manor of Hauekesbury, part lying above 'le Holeaker,' and part next 'le Portweye' &c. Witnesses:—Sir John le Meysy, knight, and others (named). Much damaged.
[York.]D. 88. Grant by William de Berdesyay and Agnes his wife and Elena her sister, of Lelelay, to John son of John Blending, in consideration of their love towards his wife and of her kinship to them, of a toft and croft in Vestcroftes in Lelay, with land in Lelay, part in Stodfald, part in Ormerode between the conduit of Stayneburne and the common 'dike' and part in Ketelscaye, at a yearly rent of 5s. to the lord of lelay. Witnesses:—William de Stayneburne, Henry de Stockeld, William son of Beatrice de Farnelay, william son of Paul de Neuhale, and others (named).
[York.]D. 89. Grant by William de Thorp of Ripon, to Thomas de Eyvill of Bikerton, and Isabella his wife, and the heirs of Thomas, of the grantor's life estate in a messuage in Thorp. Tuesday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 14 Edward II.
[York.]D. 90. Grant by Robert de Hylton, to Matilda daughter of Peter de Merkyngfeld, of lands in Thorp and Rypon. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard de Boyvil, Patrick de Wuestwyc, Alan de Aldfeld, knights, and others (named).
[Warw.]D. 91. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas son of William Boscher of Coleshull, to the monks of St. Mary's, Stanley, of 18s. yearly rent in Cobint[on]. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Castello in Cobinton, Geoffrey de Crulefeld, and others (named). Much mutilated.
[Wilts.]D. 92. Release by Robert Waspail, to Jordan de Fernlyge, his companion (socio meo), of all his right in the land in Smalebrok which Master Walter de Syreburn formerly held from Robert's ancestors. Witnesses:—Robert Maudut, Adam de Bugelyge, Robert the young (Juvene) of Weremenistre, William de Sunninges, and others (named).
[Hants.]D. 93. Grant by John called the prior, and the convent, of Snelleshale, to the abbot and convent of Edwardstow (Netley), for 40 marks, of all their right in the mill of Essovere, paying 4d. yearly to the attornies of Sir Thomas de Sancto Walerico. Witnesses:—Sir Richard de Harecurt, Walter de Tiwe, William de Craweleg', and others (named). [Henry III.] Much injured.
Endorsed: 'Carta de molindino de Lega.'
[Oxford.]D. 94. Memorandum that the prior of Bernecestre on behalf of himself and his convent, and Henry de Anya, clerk, as proctor of Nicholas, rector of the church of Ambresdon, appeared before the bishop of Lincoln in his chapel of Bannebury, on Saturday before St. Peter ad Vincula, A.D. 1240, to receive judgment in a cause between the said parties relative to certain tithes in the fields of Blakewrn, and that by the bishop's advice, with the consent of the parties, the cause was postponed till the return of Nicholas from abroad &c.
[Leic]D. 95. Grant by brother Ralph called the abbot of Mirevall, and the convent there, to the nuns of Kateby, of lands in Great Esseby, viz. a tillage on Warhthou, a tillage extending by Aylthmesty, a tillage of which one end extends towards Osberneswelle, part of a tillage extending by Bradewelle, and land on Neddrewong stretching to Eychul, in exchange for all the lands which the said nuns had on Shepehusflatte in Esseby, between Shardelowe and Pethling, with other land which Robert, vicar of Esseby, held from them, which lands the said nuns held in A.D. 1242, at the time when king Henry the son of king John crossed the sea into Gascony. Witnesses:—William Malherbe of Dunton, Robert de Mont' of Morton, and others (named).
[Somers.]D. 96. Grant by Peter de Boxstede, to the prior, brethren, and sisters of Maydenebradelegh, of all the tenement which Matilda, relict of Reginald Coliere, lately held in the manor of Frome, with an alder-bed enclosed, also of land in Filetham, and a piece of meadow called 'Inhok' &c. with other land in Kaynel, part abutting on Brodeweye &c. with further grant of 4d. yearly rent for St. Mary Magdalene's light in the church of Maydenebradelegh, &c. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Laurtune and Elyas de la Mare, knights, and others (named).
[Middx.]D. 97. Bond by Walter de Beauchamp, to Sir Walter de Gloucestre, for 10l. to be paid at Sir Walter's house in London, at Lady Day next. 16 January, 31 Edward [I]. Seal of arms.
[N'hamp ?]D. 98. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey de Sancto Medardo, knight, to the nuns of Wirthorpt, of six cartloads of thorns yearly, from his great wood of Tornhauwe, and pannage there for twelve hogs. Witnesses:— Sirs Simon de Lyndon, Geoffrey de Suttorpt, John Fauwel, John de Folckesworre, knights, William de Sancto Medardo of Osgotteby, and others (named).
[Staff.]D. 99. Release by John, lord of Wytemor, and William le Sergaunt of the same town, to master John, lord of Knotton, and Alice his wife, of the third part of a grove (nemoris) and of land in Wytemor wood, which the said John had sold to the releasors. Witnesses:—Sir William, then rector of the church of Auditheleg', and others (named).
[Hants.]D. 100. Grant by Luke the prior, and the convent, of Suwic' (Southwick), to John the goldsmith, of the plot and house which Sir Robert, the sacristan of Suwic', built in Portesmue, in exchange for half a virgate of land in Kingestone. Witnesses:—Adam de Portesie, and others (named).