Deeds
A.8101 - A.8200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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263-276

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'Deeds: A.8101 - A.8200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 263-276. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64396 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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A.8101 - A.8200

[Linc.]A. 8101. Feoffment by Simon de Canwyk of Lincoln to William de Aultham of Canwyk of a messuage in Canwyk between land of the prior and convent of St. Katharine without Lincoln, and of the abbot and convent of Swynesheved and the high street (regiam stratam). Sunday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 28 Edward III.
Warw.A. 8102. Letters patent (French), undated, by John de Clynton, lord of Maxstoke, and Richard Fyton, knights, witnessing that they were present at the sealing and delivery by Sir John Buttetourt, knight, lord of Welegh, to Richard de Geytyndon or Geytyngton, parson of the church of Great Lynneford, co. Bucks, of his part of certain indentures (Latin, recited) made between them at London, 4 March, 45 Edward III, wherein it was recited and released as follows:—
(1) That the said Sir John by charter dated at Weolegh, Sunday after St. Bartholomew, 43 Edward III, had granted the said Richard, for services rendered, 100 marks to be received yearly during the term of his life from the manor of Bordeslegh next Birmyngham, co. Warwick;
(2) Which rent the said Richard, with the assent and by the direction of the said Sir John, assigned to his servant Henry de Witteleye, prior to taking an estate, with the king's licence, of the said manor of Bordeslegh with intent to reenfeoff the said Sir John of it with remainder to Hugh de Segrave and Isabel his wife and their heirs; as appeared by letters patent (French, recited) of the said Sir John, dated at Weolegh, Friday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 44 Edward III, whereby, after reciting the above circumstances, he attorned to the said Henry by payment of 1d.
(3) The said Henry afterwards, by his charter dated at London the last day of February, 45 Edward III, granted the said rent to the said Richard, and the said Sir John attorned and put the said Richard in seisin by payment of 1d.
(4) By the indentures first above recited the said Richard released 20s. of the said rent to the said Sir John, and further made a general release to him in consideration of the due payment during his life of the 4l. residue of the said rent. Fragment of seal of arms (Clinton).
Leic. N'hamp.A. 8103. Feoffment by William Write of Swyneford to Sir John Grantam, rector of Schorchewover, Sir Henry, rector of Cotusbeche, Sir John Hykelyng, vicar of Kyrkeby Monacorum and Sir John Rabbas, chaplain of Wyneweke, of all his lands &c. in Swynford and Cathorp, co. Leicester, and in Zeloworthtofte and Cleycoton, co. Northampton. Witnesses:—John Malore, Simon Malore his brother and others (named). Swyneford, the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle, 4 Henry V. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8104. Memorandum of an agreement between John son of Simon of Great Creton and Edmund son of Edmund de Watford touching suit of the said John's court of Creton every three weeks by the said Edmund, whereof the said John alleged that the said Simon his father was seised by Roger Roys of Sprotton as mesne between the said Simon and Edmund and Emma, parents of the said Edmund; viz. that the said John released all his claim therein. Sunday the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 10 Edward II.
[Camb.]A. 8105. Feoffment by John son of Richard Draweswerd to Ralph de Hanham of a piece of arable in 'le Dedcherlfeld' of Little Wilburgham between lands of the prior of Angleseye and land late Walter de Badelee's. Bodekesham, Wednesday after St. Mathias the Apostle, 11 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8106. Feoffment by William . . . of Welton to his wife Avice of 2a. 1 rood arable there. Wednesday the eve of the Epiphany, 18 Edward III.
N'hamp.A. 8107. Indenture of demise by William Leyiard of Northampton and Joan his wife to Robert Spicer burgess of the same and Mabel his wife for their lives in survivorship of capital messuage with shops (shoppis) adjacent in Northampton late Richard de Stratford's, opposite the church- yard and church of All Saints between the tenement late Walter de Wolaston's on the east and Thomas de Welton's tenement on the west, and extending from the tenement of the said Thomas by a long chamber over the shops (per longam cameram super shoppas) late John le Megre's to the tenement late Robert de Scheuesby's on the south; rent, for the first eight years, a rose at Midsummer, with remainder in case of their decease within the said term to their executors for the full eight years, and after the said term, four marks; the tenant doing repairs; the said Joan was examined in full husting of Northampton as to her consent. Monday in Easter week, 32 Edward III. Witnesses:—John de Stratton, John Garlekmonger, Onorius Sauce, Nicholas Tauk, then coroner, John Geytyngton and John Bvassyngburgh, then bailiffs, Almaric Vynter, John Molyner, clerk. Seals, one broken.
[Warw.]A. 8108. Feoffment by William son of Thomas de la Lee of Taneworth to Simon his brother and the heirs of the body of the said Simon of 14 selions of land in the territory of Taneworth, lying together and extending from the great oak of John Denesy to 'le Merchs'; rent 1d. Thursday before Palm Sunday, 6 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8109. Feeoffment by Robert Saphir and Joan his wife and Robert Howde or Wde and Joan his wife of Sadigton to John Malore of Welton, of a messuage in Welton called 'Ace place' with curtilage &c. between the tenements of John Threcher and John Tuwe. Wednesday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 20 Richard II.
N'hamp.A. 8110. Bond by Robert Safferey and Robert Howde of Sadyngton, co. Leic., to John Mallore of Welton in 100 marks payable at Welton, co. Northampton, on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula then next, conditioned for levying a fine, in the names of themselves and their wives Joan and Joan, to the said John of all the lands and tenements, which formerly belonged to Thomas de Sadyngton otherwise called Thomas Ace, in Welton. Monday before the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 20 Richard II beginning.
[N'hamp.]A. 8111. Feoffment by John Ace son and heir of the late William Ace of Weleton next Daventre, to Thomas de Sadynton of the same, of a capital messuage &c. in Weleton inherited by the said William from Robert Ace his father, next the tenement Benedicta relict of the said Robert held in dower, with the reversion expectant on her decease of the said tenements and lands, detailed. Tuesday before the Annunciation, 18 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8112. Feoffment by William Beneth of Welton to Thomas de Sadyngtone in Welton, of a messuage in Welton next the tenement of Joan le Reve and land, detailed. Thursday after Michaelmas, 1 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8113. Counterpart of demise by John Mallore, knight, lord of Weltone, to Adam Ace of Weltone, Agnes his wife and Roger their son, in survivorship, of a conduit (aquaductile) to be dug and maintained by them in the west field of Welton; rent eight capons half a year old. Monday after the Purification, 22 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8114. Indenture of demise by John son of Ralph le Chapmon of Derset Magna to Robert Magot of the same and Emma his wife, for their lives in survivorship, of a curtilage James de — of Derset formerly held of him by the rent of a rose for all service. Friday the feast of St. Paul, 4 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8115. Feoffment by Hugh son of Hugh de Schitellanger to Robert de Bosenho and Iseult (Isolde) his wife and the heirs begotten between them, for ½ mark paid beforehand, of a sellion of land with head in the north field of Schitellanger on 'le Blakelond' by the rent of a needle (acum) at Midsummer if demanded. Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8116. Feoffment by William Caperun son of Simon Caperun of Schotellanger to Robert de Bosenho in Schotelhanger and Iseult (Isolde) his wife and the heirs of their bodies, for their service and 16s. they gave him beforehand of 3 roods land in Schotellanger field, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer if demanded. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8117. Feoffment by Hugh son of Hugh Schitellanger to Robert de Bosenho and Iseult (Isolde) his wife and the heirs of their bodies, for 16s. paid beforehand, of ½a. land in the west field of Schitellanger, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer if demanded at their house. The day of St. Michael, 10 Edward I. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8118. Release by John Faukenir in Aldrinton and Joan his wife to John de Bosenho in Schutelhanger of their right in a parcel of a messuage in Schutelhanger which was of the tenement of the late Hugh le Wyte situate next the tenement of the said John de Bosenho; with bond in 40s. in default. Saturday the feast of the Epiphany, 3 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8119. Feoffment by Hugh son of Hugh de Schitelhanger to Robert de Bosenho and Iseult (Isolde) his wife and the heirs begotten between them with remainder to his heirs of ½a. arable in Schitelhanger field, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer.
[N'hamp.]A. 8120. Indenture of demise by Roger son and heir of Edmund de Watteford, chaplain, to Walter Wrigthe of Watteford, for life and a year over, of 'Morezeue Halle' with the old grange &c. water-mill &c. and land his father used to plough with his own ploughs in the field of Watteford. Wednesday after St. Denis, 38 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8121. Indenture of demise by John Malorre of Welton to Richard le Mareschal of the same of the wardship, marriage and custody of the lands of John son of Benedict le Mareschal with the reversion of the lands &c. held in dower by Agatha relict of John le Mareschal and Maud relict of the said Benedict in Welton. Wednesday after St. Martin the Bishop, 7 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8122. Indenture of demise by John son of Robert le Hoder of Coventry to Robert Oliver and Christian his wife for their lives in survivor- ship of a messuage in Coventry next a tenement of St. John's Hospital &c. free for six years in consideration of money paid beforehand, and by 40s. rent yearly during the rest of their lives; with remainder to their executors if they died within the said six years. The day of St. Michael, 7 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8123. Release by Thomas de Merynton, chaplain, to Agnes late the wife of Hugh de Merynton of Coventry of his right in three tenements in Coventry which he had by the feoffment of Guy son of William Russel of Coventry. Wednesday after St. Lawrence the Martyr, 23 Edward III, Nicholas Michel being mayor, Richard Frebern and William de Hapsford bailiffs. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8124. Feoffment by Guy son of William Russel of Coventry to Sir John de Leyre and Sir Thomas de Merynton, chaplains, of three tene- ments in Coventry, described, and the reversion of 12s. rent held by Sir Robert Russell, chaplain, for the term of his life from another tenement there. Monday after St. Ambrose, 23 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8125. Release by Agnes late the wife of Richard de Duston in Weleton to Avice daughter of Adam the reeve (prepositi) of Weleton, of her dower in 2a. arable and a 'suath' of meadow in Welton fields. Saturday the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 8126. Indenture of demise by the king, by William bishop of Winchester the chancellor, to William Symme, for seven years from the morrow of St. Michael in his 41st year, of the manor of La Gare with Sleyhulle marsh, and with crops and stock thereon, detailed; rent 90l. with right of distraint on all the said William's lands in Kent. Quenesburgh, 13 January, 41 Edward III. Memorandum endorsed of enrolment on the fine roll.
[Warw.]A. 8127. Feoffment by John Hamunt, chaplain, to John le Cok and Marjory his wife and the heirs of their bodies begotten, with remainder to Henry and John, sons of the said John le Cok, in tail, with remainder to the said John's heirs and assigns, of the lands and tenements he had by the gift and feoffment of the said John in the town and fields of Crudworth and Wienvill. Thursday after St. Lawrence the Martyr, 35 Edward III. Seal, effaced.
[Warw.]A. 8128. Feoffment by William de Cherlecote of Lapworth to Richard Wybert of Henleye and Alice his daughter and her heirs and assigns of all his lands and tenements in Lapworth. Witnesses:—Sir Peter de Montfort (Monteforti), Sir John de Bischopesdon and others (named). Lapworth, Tuesday after St. Cedde the Bishop, 14 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8129. Release by Alice Brodrug late the wife of John Brodrug of Henleye to Thomas de Ilmyndon, clerk, and Juliana his wife of a messuage in the town of Henleye which she had by the demise of Maud late the wife of John Tymme of Henleye for the term of her life. The Vigil of the Nativity of our lord Jesu Christ, 10 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8130. General release by Henry Freme of Hilborworthe to Thomas Broun of Toneworthe. Tuesday after St. Mark, 34 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8131. Release by John Broun of Chesewice to Walter Broun of Monekespathe of his right in a tenement Walter Broun held; consideration, 10s. Witnesses, John Lercher, Robert de Folewode, Reginald del Het and others (named).
[Warw.]A. 8132. Release by Hugh son of Walter Broun of Taneworth to Walter Broun of the same his brother for 3½ marks silver of his right in three acres land in the territory of Taneworth between the highway from Henley to Burmyngham &c. Seal, effaced.
[Warw.]A. 8133. Release by Roger Halewey of Wolphamcot to John le Tailour of the same and Margery his wife of his right in 1½a. 1 rood land in the fields of the parish of Wolphamcot which the said John had by his gift and feoffment. Sunday after St. George the Martyr, 12 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8134. Feoffment by Roger Halewey of Wlfhamcote dwelling in Wiliby to John le Tailour of Wlfhamcote and Margery his wife 1½ a. 1 rood arable with heads in the fields of Wlfhamcote and Nethercot. Sunday after St. Valentine, 12 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8135. Feoffment by John son of John le Taillour of Wolfhamcot to Richard son of Roger William of Salebrugg of 1½ a. 1 rood arable with heads in the fields of Wolfhamcot and Nethercot. Sunday after Christmas, 26 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8136. Release by John Rawlynes son and heir of John Rawlynes of Derset Magna to William le Clerk of Geydone and Richard de Lalleforde and Katharine his wife and Ralph Kytten and Christian his wife and the heirs and assigns of William of his right in a tenement, between William le Muleward's and that Ida late the wife of Ralph le Chapman held in dower, his orchard and the market-place (locum fori), in Chepyng Derset. 3 January, 16 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8137. Counterpart of demise by Hugh Fayrfox of Wotton to Robert Cay of Colentre and Alice his wife for their lives in survivorship of a croft with an orchard adjoining in Colentre; rent 40d. Sunday after St. Peter and St. Paul the Apostles, 43 Edward III. Seals.
Warw.A. 8138. Indenture of demise by John Beuchaumpe of Holte to Richard Malely, chaplain, for life, of the manor of Bubbenhull, co. Warwick; rent 8l. and 40s. to John de Catesby during the life of the said John de Catesby by half yearly payments. Holte, Michaelmas, 45 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.
[Warw.]A. 8139. Feoffment by Richard de Kynesbury of Coventry, tawyer (allutarius) to William called Prest of the same butcher of a messuage in Little Park Street (minori vico parci) there. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, mayor, Roger de Pacwode, coroner, William le Parkere and others (named). Saturday after St. Hilary, 20 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8140. Release by Henry son of Helyas de Haldeneby to Edmund de Watford of his right in a half virgate of land with meadow and pasture thereto belonging as in the charter of feoffment the said Edmund had of Cecily his mother was more fully contained. Creton, Sunday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 11 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8141. Indenture of demise by Robert son of Felicia de Herdewyk Priors to Richard son of Robert le Mareschal of Merston Priors for life of 2 a. arable in the fields of Herdewyk Priors at the rent of a rose at Midsummer, with remainder to the said Richard's executors for the residue of a term of forty years unexpired at the said Richard's decease. Michaelmas, 10 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8142. Feoffment by William at Well (ad fontem) to Edmund de Watford and Margaret his wife and the heirs of Edmund of part of his messuage in Creton. Saturday after St. Mark, 11 Edward II.
[York, W.R.]A. 8143. Feoffment by Thomas son of Robert Alan of Wakefeld to Henry son of Robert Erl of the same of two selions of arable between the streams of Thorne (inter rivulos de Spincto). Witnesses:—John de Danecastre then steward of the earl of Warrenn, German Filcock, bailiff of the liberty, Robert le Roller farmer of the town of Wakefeld and others (named). Thursday before Palm Sunday, A.D. 1302. Seal, effaced.
[Notts.]A. 8144. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement between Thomas de Boltesham and Sir Seman de Stok, viz.: that the said Thomas should on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula 14 Edward [I] next give up and deliver back to the said Sir Seman peaceful seisin of ten librates of land in the manor of Staunton on Seggeswold for life, which ten librates of land the said Seman de Stok gave to Nicholas his son and heir in frank marriage with Alice his, the said Thomas', daughter, and to the heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten; failing the said seisin, he should on that day be bound to the said Sir Seman in 100l. debt (nomine debiti); the said Sir Seman should nevertheless have and hold 6 marks 8 shillings rent, as the charter made to the said Nicholas and Alice his wife more fully witnessed. Witnesses:—Sir Peter de Raleya, John Mallore of Welton, Simon de Thorp, Simon de Thywe, Walter Benet, Walter de Harudon of Esseby. Dated at Staunton on Seggeswold on the day of St. Barnabas in the year abovesaid.
[N'hamp.]A. 8145. Release by Richard son of Ralph Godefrey of Kynelyngworth to John Tewe of Welton of his right in a water mill in Welton. Sunday after St. Denis, 10 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8146. Feoffment by Henry le Campioun of Weleton to John de Tewe of the same of 6d. rent there from a house and curtilage Henry Lovel held next William Martyn's tenement. Sunday the feast of St. Philip and St. James, 10 Edward II. Seal, quasi-heraldic.
A. 8147. Indenture being a feoffment by William Ace of Weleton to Simon Ace of the same of two parts of a water mill &c. there, as fully as one Philip Ace was used to hold the same, with the reversion of the third part thereof expectant on the decease of Benedicta relict of his father Robert, if she died within twenty years of date; holding the said two parts freely, and rendering for the third part, after the death of the said Benedicta, if she died within the said twenty years, 12d. silver at Easter; and rendering yearly, after the first twenty years then next, 40s. sterling at Christmas for all service. Thursday the feast of St. Clement the Pope, 9 Edward II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8148. Feoffment by John Ace of Welton to John [son of the late Simon de] Tewe of the same and John son of the said John, the younger, of the reversion of two parts of a water-mill there which Simon Ace of the same held for term of years by the demise of William Ace his late father, in length from the court which Juliana late the wife of Philip Ace then held for the term of her life, to the highway, and in width from the court of William de Caldecote to a garden of the said John Ace called 'le Hurst'; also grant of the reversion of the third part of the said mill-expectant on the decease of Benedicta late the wife of Robert Ace, who held it in dower. Wednesday after the Purification, 18 Edward II. Seal, broken and effaced.
[N'hamp.]A. 8149. Feoffment of even date by same to same to like effect.
[N'hamp.]A. 8150. Release by John Ace of Welton to John de Tewe of the same of his right in a third of a water-mill there which Benedicta late wife of Robert Ace of Welton held in dower. Monday the feast of St. Hugh the Bishop, 19 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8151. Release by John son of the late William Ace of Welton to John son of the late Simon de Tewe of same and John his son the younger of his right in the reversions of two parts and of a third part of a water-mill in Welton, as in A. 8148. Tuesday after St. Cedde, 18 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8152. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Morhalle, parson of the church of Quenton, and William Sewy, chaplain, to Simon de Felton of Henley in Arden and William Paries to deliver seisin to Richard de Montfort (Monteforti) and Rose (Roysie), late the wife of Nicholas Durvasal, of lands &c. in Codbarue, and also in the towns of Toneworth, . . . . . . . . [Beaude] sert, Ulnhale and Henleye, which they lately had by the said Richard's gift and feoffment. Dated at Whicch . . . . . . feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 37 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8153. Indenture of demise by Geoffrey de Hulle of Coventry, tanner, for ten years from Lady Day, 14 Edward III, to John del Doune of Coventry, tanner, of a messuage with a solar built above it, next his workshop (domum operacionis mee) and stable; also of a place of land to build on and a house &c. (et unam domum pro thorale cum cilicio et unum barkstok) opposite the said messuage in Wymundeslane of Coventry, by 9s. 6d. rent. Seal.
N'hampA. 8154. Letter of attorney by Simon atte Grene to John Moton and William Broke, chaplain, to deliver seisin to John de Catesby of a water-mill in Helide[n] next Catesby, co. Northampton. Coventry, Sunday after St. Denis the Martyr, 6 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8155. Feoffment by Alice daughter and heir of Thomas Gefferey of Yelvertoft to Richard Meysam of the same of a messuage &c. there and the arable land which descended to her on her father's death in the fields of Yelvertoft. Sunday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 38 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8156. Feoffment by Richard Meysam of Zelvertoft to Thomas Tekun and Henry Hewse, chaplain, of the same, of a messuage &c. he had by the gift and feoffment (A. 8155) of Alice Geffrey spinster (in sua pura virginitate). Friday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr 10 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8157. Feoffment by Henry Heuse, chaplain, and Thomas Tekene of Yelvertoft to Joan wife of William Gundewyne daughter of the late Richard Meysam of Yelvertoft, for the term of her life, of all the lands and tenements they had by his gift and feoffment (A. 8156) in the town and fields of Yelvertoft, one rood of meadow in Kelmersch excepted, with remainder after her decease to Thomas son of William Gundewyne, his heirs and assigns. Thursday the feast of St. Donatus the Martyr,' 5 Henry IV. Seals, one broken.
[Herts.] Norf.]A. 8158. Release by Isabel late the wife of John son of Luke de Otteleye in her widowhood to Hugh le Despenser, his heirs and executors, and to the executors of the late Alyna le Despensere his mother, and to the heirs of John de Stagno and Lucy his wife, of her dower in lands &c. which were of the fee of the said Hugh which were of the said John her husband and which were of the said John de Stagno and Lucy his wife in Berningeham, Ighinton and elsewhere of the said fee. Witnesses, William de Ahys, Roger de Shrubeland, John le Cornur, Nicholas de Mendham, Robert de Otteleye, Roger de Bykerwyk, Thomas de Twynsted.
[N'hamp.]A. 8159. Indenture of demise by John de Tewe of Welton, Thursday after the Close of Easter, 18 Edward II, for ten years and over up to the feast of St. Clement the Pope, to Simon Ace of the same, of two parts of a water mill there he acquired from John Ace and the reversion of a third thereof expectant on the decease of Benedicta late the wife of Robert Ace; rent 4s. silver, the said Simon being moreover bound to grind the malt of the said John without toll; the said John to have the preference if the said Simon wish to lease the premises to another during the said term.
[Warw.]A. 8160. Feoffment by John son of Ronulph Smith (fabri) of Strattone to John Warin and Agnes his wife and his heirs of ½ a. land in the field of Stratton. Witnesses, Thomas Lovekin and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8161. Counterpart of demise by Philip Daylesbury and Agnes his wife to Richard Skot of Lapworth, Alice his wife and Helen their daughter for their lives of a messuage called 'Stake place,' two crofts and two selions of land in Lapworthe, rendering to them and their heirs 10d. and to Rose (Royse), lady of Codbarewe 2s. 8d. yearly, doing suit to the court of the said Philip, and giving a heriot when it happen, but should the said Alice and Helen predecease the said Richard no heriot to be paid. Sunday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 40 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8162. Counterpart of demise by Philip de Ayllesbury and Agnes his wife to Thomas Dawe of Lapworthe Juliana his wife and Thomas his son of a messuage in Lapworthe formerly Thomas Benet's with three crofts, a meadow and a moor between 'le fraunchise' of Rowynton and Byschwde, for their lives in survivorship, rendering 4s. 9d. for all service and a heriot when it happen &c. Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 50 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8163. Indenture of demise by Guy le Fyz Wyt lord of Bernangul to Robert de Dunchurche and Agnes his wife and William their son for their lives of a place with a croft which John Swike formerly held in the town of Bernangul and 3 a. arable &c.; rent 6s. for all service, saving that they shall weed (sarclabunt) the lord's corn (bladum), one man for one day yearly when warned, and shall lift and turn the lord's hay when needed and shall find a man in the autumn to reap the lord's corn for a day to be fed by the lord and shall dig, sow, harrow, collect, clean and carry to the water the lord's flax as other customary tenants do. Tuesday the feast of St. John at the Latin gate, 8 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8164. Feoffment by William son of Thomas del Doune of Yelver- toft, chaplain, to Thomas his brother and Margaret wife of the said Thomas of ½ a. arable in the fields of Yelvertoft, lying dispersed. Sunday before Michaelmas, 22 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8165. Feoffment by John Schilling of Wotton to Walter de la Penne of Alvescote and Agnes, his, John's, daughter, in frank marriage, and to their heirs lawfully begotten, with reversion in default to himself, of 1½ a. arable lying dispersed in Wotton field; rent 12d. The day of St. Vincent, 2 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 8166. Feoffment by Ellen late the wife of Walter de Canewyk late of Lincoln, cobbler, in her free widowhood to Robert Hare, citizen of Lincoln, of a perch of arable in the East field of Canewyk between the land of the prior of St. [Katha]rine without Lincoln on either side, which her said late husband had by the gift and feoffment of Emma late the wife of John Dybon of Canewyke. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas, vicar of Canewyke and others (named). Lincoln, the day of St. Peter in Cathedra, 11 Edward II. Seal.
[Salop.]A. 8167. Grant and confirmation by Robert Yngemon of Eudenas and John son of William Nelde of Worfeld, so far as in them lay, to William son of Walter Brian of Hugeford of the undermentioned liberties, viz. quittance to him, their tenant, of all suits, services and demands for the land he bought of Roger Mathen of Roughton in the town of Oldyton within the manor of Worfeld, saving two appearances yearly at the great court of Worfeld; also grant to him and his heirs of free and sufficient common of pasture for all and all manner his beasts, wherever they or their ancestors, at whatever time of year, had been wont to common; the said William and his heirs to be quit without 'tac' at the time of pannage with his pigs in their woods at Oldynton; also to be quit of all heriots; also that he should have a full cartload of fuel at Christmas; rendering to them and their heirs 14d. yearly. Witnesses:—John de Eudenas, William de Asterhull, William de Cattestre, William de Farnecote, William son of John de Oldyton. Oldyton, Sunday after St. Michael, 34 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8168. Indenture being a release by Edmund de Watford to William at Well (ad fontem) of 6d. rent from a messuage in Great Creton, for a daisy (flore minore consolido) to be paid him and his heirs on the feast of St. Philip and St. James the Apostles yearly. Creton, Saturday after St. Mark, 11 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8169. Feoffment by Richard de Duston of Weleton to John Malorre, lord of Weleton, and Sarah his wife of his capital house in the town of Weleton with a curtilage adjacent with the reversion of a house and a curtilage in the said place (placeta) expectant on the decease of Juliana and Agnes his daughters; he had delivered for greater security all his original feoffments to the said John and Sarah. Sunday the feast of All Souls, 9 Edward II. Seal, broken.
[Salop.]A. 8170. Counterpart indenture made Sunday after the Purification, 18 Edward II, being the memorandum of an agreement between John son of Nicholas of Carlisle (de Carliolo) of the one part, and Sir William, rector of the church of Quatte, Walter de Gatacre, Thomas son of Simon and Roger de Holgot of the other, viz. that the said John demised to them all that assart called 'le Woditon Rudyng' to be sown on champart (ad campi partem seminandum) and place of pasture adjacent; to hold the said assart and place of pasture from the said day and year to the end of a term of three years next following, under this form, viz. they should sow the said assart, weed, reap, bind, at their own expense, all the lands yearly to be sown which thentofore were wont to be sown, and the said John and his heirs should take a third part of whatever corn was growing thereon in the autumn; also they should pay him yearly 4s. for the said place of pasture at Michaelmas for all service; and they agreed that it should be lawful for him, in the third year of the term, to enter that part of the land of the said assart which they then were giving up to fallow (quam tunc dimittent pro warecto) to plough it (ad warectandum) at his pleasure, provided he did no injury to the corn then being on the said assart. Witnesses:—Sir William le Forcer and Sir Walter de Hugefort, knights, Geoffrey, lord of Gatacre, Hugh de Dodemoston, John de Astleye, Master Robert de Stretford, William Bruli. Dated at 'le Woditone.' Three seals, injured.
WarwA. 8171. Letter of attornment by John de Beauchamp of Holte and Joan his wife, daughter and heir of Robert le Fizwyth to William de Catesby and John his son and the heirs of John, under the grant made to the said William and John by Margaret late wife of Richard Hastange, cousin and heir of Thomas Dyne, of the services whereby they held the manors of Schuckeborogh and Bernangre, co. Warwick, of her, in right of the said Joan. London, Sunday before St. John before the Latin Gate, 47 Edward III. Seal of arms and seal.
[Warw.]A. 8172. Indenture being a grant by Richard de Montfort (Monteforti) to Thomas le Smyth of 'la Knoll' and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas lawfully begotten with reversion in default to himself, of two messuages lying together which were of John le Taillour of Henleye in Henleye in Arderne and also of all the land which was the said John's in Henleye, Olenhale, Whiteleye and Wotton; rent 11s. Henleye in Arderne, Thursday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 36 Edward III.
[N'hamp]A. 8173. Release by William de Buckeby and Benedict his brother dwelling in Weleton to John Malorre, lord of Weleton, and Sarah his wife of their right in a house with a portion of land and curtilage adjacent in the town of Weleton which they had by the grant and sale of Richard de Duston by his charter of feoffment, which house &c. lay within the messuage which the said Richard de Duston granted and sold to the said John and Sarah. Monday after St. Eufemia the Virgin, 9 Edward II. Seals.
[Lanc.]A. 8174. Feoffment by John son of Alexander dil Clif of Kerden to William de Faldweithynges of four sellions of land in the fields of Kerden, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer. Monday after St. Nicholas the Bishop, 15 Edward III.
[Lanc.]A. 8175. Release by Joan daughter of William le Sergeaunt of Urmeston to Thomas del Bothe of her right in the lands and tenements which were her father's in Urmeston. Manchester (Mamcestr') Thursday after St. Oswald, 26 Edward III.
[Lanc.]A. 8176. Release by Adam Miller (molend') of Kerden and Agnes his wife to John son of Alexander dil Clif of Kerden of their right in four sellions of land in the fields of Kerden. Thursday, the feast of All Saints, 15 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8177. Feoffment by Sarah Umfrey of Welton to Adam son of William Caldecote of the same of ½a. land in the east field there and 1 rood of herbage in Boneswelle which is a headland (forera). Thursday after St. Cedde, 18 Edward II.
[Warw]A. 8178. Feoffment by Roger de Lodbrok, parson of the church of Lodbrok, Thomas de Coleshulle, chaplain, and William de Charindon, to Sir John de Bisschopesdon, knight, of the manor of Lappeworth, and lands &c. in Bisspewode, all of which they had by the gift of the said Sir John; also of all the lands &c. they had by the gift of Hugh son of Henry de Braundeston in Lappeworth, which formerly belonged to William de la Chaumbre and Alice his wife; to hold to the said Sir John for the term of his life, with remainder to Hugh son of Henry de Braundeston and Cristina his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said Hugh. Witnesses:—Sir William de Lucy, Sir Roger de Aylesbury, Sir Robert de Vaal, William de Sutton, John de Coniggesby, John de Middelmor, Robert le Mareschal, Edmund Fizwarin. Dated at Warrewyk, Monday after St. Edmund the King, 7 Edward III.
Glouc WarwA. 8179. Indenture between Kynard de la Bere, knight, and Katharine his wife of the one part and John Catesby of the other whereby he ratified and confirmed to them, with warranty against himself and William Catesby his son, and their heirs, the life estate of the said Katharine in divers manors, lands and tenements in the counties of Warrewyk and Gloucester late belonging to John Peche, knight. Wednesday before St. Vincent, 20 Richard II. Seals.
WarwA. 8180. Feoffment by Robert Faukus, chaplain, to Robert Catesby, John Botiller, of Exhale, and William Porter, of Bishops Ichyngton, of the lands &c. he had by the gift and feoffment of John Hampton, the elder, in the town and fields of Bulkynton, co. Warwick. Witnesses:—William Purefey and others (named). 6 April, 15 Henry VI. Seal.
WarwA. 8181. Letter of attorney by Robert Faukus, chaplain, to Richard Taillour of Newenham to deliver seisin to Robert Catesby, John Botiller, of Exhale, and William Porter, of Bishops Ichynton of lands &c. they had by his feoffment (A. 8180) in Bulkynton, co. Warwick. 6 April, 15 Henry VI. Seal.
[Salop]A. 8182. Counterpart of demise by Richard Archer to William Love from Michaelmas then next for twenty years of a messuage in Appeley and weir called 'Appeley Were' with the fishery and other appurtenances, by the yearly rent of 26s. 8d. the tenant doing repairs with timber found by the lessor; the tenant to rebuild two boats called the 'feriboot' and 'a wereboot.' Dated at Stotfold, the feast of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Linc]A. 8183. Feoffment by Richard son of Robert of Lincoln to Osbert son of John le Long of 25d. yearly rent from a bovate of land in Kanewyk which Simon de Stoke formerly held of the heirs of Thomas Lincoln. Witnesses:—Martin Martel, William de la Haye, Henry and Simon Lichtfot, Richard atte Garden (in orto), Richard de Bello fago, Walter Bern Seal. s. ricardi fil. rob.
[Warw.]A. 8184. Grant and release by Fulk (Fulco) de Lucy, knight, to John de Schreueleye, of Walter son of John Lovekyn of Schreueleye his bondman (nativum) with his issue and chattels; for this gift, grant and quitclaim the said John gave him 10s. beforehand. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Haseleye, knight, John de Pleaham of Rowinton, Roger de la Wodegate of the same, Simon de la Grene of Hatton, John Syflet of the same, Warin son of John de Stonleye of Schreueleye, Warin son of Walter of the same. Schreueleye, Friday after St. Michael, 14 Edward I.
[Linc.]A. 8185. Letters patent by Agnes de Pointon late the wife of Thomas de Pointon of Canewyk reciting that whereas she had enfeoffed Robert Hare, citizen of Lincoln, of 1 a. arable in the fields of Canewyk, as her charter witnessed, to hold of the chief lords of the fee by the services therefore due and accustomed, by her present letters she granted and bound herself and her heirs to acquit the said Robert, his heirs and assigns, against the chief lords of the said fee of all services and demands in respect of the said acre. Lincoln, Ash Wednesday, A.D. 1320, 14 Edward II. Seal.
[Notts.]A. 8186. Indenture of demise by Thomas de Stoppesly to Adam Smyth of Flintham and Agnes his wife for their lives in survivorship of a place in the town of Flintham with 5s. rent from John son of Ralph de Flintham; rent 20s. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh le Hosy, knight, John de Bekingham of Flintham and others (named). Sunday after the Nativity of St. John Baptist, 36 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8187. Acquittance by Simon son of Ralph de Throp to John Mallore for 10 marks in which the said John was bound to him for the purchase of a rent in Welton. London, the morrow of the Purification 18 Edward [I].
[Sussex.]A. 8188. Feoffment by William Norztman to Richard de Saugelton and Thomas his son and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas with reversion in default to the next heirs of the said Richard of a field which formerly was Roger Pluket's next the road to Thadeham opposite Nicholas de Molyns' tenement; for this they gave him 100s. beforehand. Witnesses:— Thomas Chuddinggefold and others (named). Dated at Midhurst, Friday after the Nativity of the B.V.M. 3 Edward [I]. Endorsed, Carta falsa ut compertum est per assisam.
[Warw.]A. 8189. Feoffment by William Godlef of Bedeworthe to Giles le Waydour of Coventre of a tenement in the High Street (alto vico) in Coventry toward St. John's bridges between the tenements of William de Teynton and John de Franketon. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, bailiff of Coventry, Roger de Pacwode, coroner and others (named). Sunday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 2 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8190. Release by Agnes late the wife of Warin Warde of Schreueleye in her widowhood to Thomas Lovekyn of Schreueleye of her dower in 6 half acres land in the field there, which he had by the feoffment of the said Warin. Sunday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 10 Edward II.
[Bedf.]A. 8191. Release by John son of Geoffrey de Staundon to John, abbot of Ramesey and the convent there of her right in the custody of the body and lands of William son and heir of Henry le Berch' of Schutlingdon in Staundon. Witnesses:—William, lord of Holewell, Nicholas de Mepersale, Ralph de Faukewell, clerk, Ranulph de Clervaus and others (named). Ramesey, Monday after Michaelmas, 19 Edward [I], and of the said abbot the sixth year.
[N'hamp.]A. 8192. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement made Lammas day (ad gulam Augusti), 4 Edward I, between dame Margaret late the wife of Sir Eustace de Watford of the one part and Robert de Chokes in Creton of the other, to wit, that the said Margaret in her widowhood (in mera viduitate sua) demised to the said Robert the wardship and marriage of Robert son of Thomas de Watford and of Agnes his sister, with all appurtenances in the town of Watford, which she, the said Margaret, had by the gift and testamentary bequest of the said Eustace, paying to her and her assigns 40s. by quarterly payments till the full age of the said Robert son of Thomas; for this the said Robert gave her 50s. beforehand. Witnesses:—Sir W. de Paries, Edmund de Watford and others (named).
[Bedf.]A. 8193. Feoffment by Roger Balle of Wilden and Richard Gayne of Ravenesden, chaplains, to William de Tongg, citizen and vintner of London, of the lands &c. they had by the gift and feoffment of John Willyco in the parish of Southzevel. 6 April 47 Edward III. Fragment of seal of arms.
[Linc.]A. 8194. Pond by Godfrey son of John de Drayton of Donigton to William son of David de Pinsebec for the payment of 40s. sterling to the said William, or his attorney, bringing the present writing, on the feast of the Purification in the year 1284, his sureties being Alan his brother, Simon Chapman (mercatorem) of Donigton, William atte Foss (de fossato) of the same and Simon son of Robert of the same. Lincoln, Thursday after St. Philip and St. James the Apostles in the year of our Lord as above. Witnesses.
[N'hamp.]A. 8195. Indenture of demise by William son of William de Caldecote to Henry de Caldecote his brother and Joan his sister for the term of their lives in survivorship of 1 a. arable in the east field of Welton in the tillage called 'contra Crokkeho' between lands of John Mallore, knight, and Robert Othehull; rent, a rose at Midsummer. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 22 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8196. Release by Alice daughter of Ralph le Chapmon of Magna Derset to William le Clerk of Geydone and Richard de Lalleforde and Katharine his wife and Ralph Kytten and Christian his wife and the heirs and assigns of William of her right in a tenement between that of William le Muleward and that which Ida her mother held in dower, and between John Rawlynes, orchard and the market place (locum fori) in Chepyng- derset. 3 January, 16 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8197. Indenture of demise by Richard Felkynes of Herdewyk to Thomas Bailiff (ballivo) of the same for the term of the life of the said Thomas of l½ a. meadow in the field there lying in 'le Cal [er] anche' next the meadow Walter le Hunte held of Sarah Hall (de aula) and Ralph Paynel's meadow, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer for the first six years, and thereafter if he wish to hold it any longer by ½ mark rent. Witnesses:—John le Bedel and others (named). The day of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 5 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8198. Feoffment by Agnes Cretone of Welleforde in her pure widowhood to Thomas Waltone and Isabel his wife her daughter in frank marriage of all the lands &c. she had by the gift and feoffment of the said Isabel her daughter in the town and fields of Welleforde and Zelvertofft; to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies lawfully begotten, with remainder in default to the heirs of the said Isabel. Sunday the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul the Apostles, 39 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8199. Indenture of demise by Henry Viell of Swynford to John Wolf, vicar of the church of Welton next Daventre, for the term of his life and a year over, of a toft with croft adjacent and 6a. arable and ½a. meadow in Welton, which Adam Aas formerly held, saving to the said Henry his water-mill, pond, mill-stream and free access to the same by the old accustomed way; rent 10s. Sunday after All Hallows, 42 Edward III. Copy.
[N'hamp.]A. 8200. Demise by William Caldecot of Welton with the assent and consent of Avice his wife to William and Adam his sons for their lives in survivorship of 2 a. arable in the east field of Welton, viz. 1 a. against Crocho next land of John Malorre on one side and 1a. arable in the same tillage next the said John's land on one side. Friday after St. Mark, 16 Edward II. Seal.