Deeds
A.8301 - A.8400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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288-302

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'Deeds: A.8301 - A.8400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 288-302. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64398 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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A.8301 - A.8400

[Warw.]A. 8301. Indenture of demise by Richard Tole of Coventry to Nicholas Skathelok of Coventry, fishmonger (piscarium) and Felicia his wife, for the term of their lives, of two messuages in Coventry, one in Cross Street (vico crucis) between the tenements of John Luyk and Edward le Taillour, extending from the said street to the land of the gild of St. John the Baptist of Coventre, and the other in Waste Garden (wasto gardino) between the tenements formerly Alan Skathelok's and Robert Chilterne's; rendering therefor yearly from the feast of St. Michael the Archangel then next for the first thirty-two years 56s. and to the heirs of John de Franketon of Coventry 4s. and to the prior and convent of Coventre 13d. and keeping the said messuages in good repair, and after the said term of thirty-two years if they survive and wish to continue their tenancy they shall render therefor yearly 100s.; if they died within the said term their heirs and assigns to hold the messuages for the remainder of it. Witnesses:— Henry Clerk then Mayor of Coventre, Richard Butter and John Swyneshed, bailiffs, John Luyk and others (named). Coventre, Tuesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 37 Edward III. Seal of arms. Memorandum endorsed that on Saturday the eve of the Assumption, 13 Richard II. the within named Felicia after her husband's decease released her right in the within mentioned messuages to Richard de Teynton and Joan his wife, John de Boseworth, William de Bekynton and Robert de Schipeleie and Margaret his wife; witnesses:—the mayor of Coventry and others.
[N'hamp.]A. 8302. Feoffment by Ralph Paries to John Mallore of Welton of a capital messuage there which he had by the gift and feoffment of John de Welton and which came to the said John de Welton by descent after the decease of his mother, Ellen late the wife of Thomas Martyn of Welton, father of the said John de Welton; also of 2s. rent as the said John de Welton used to receive it from lands there held by John Martyn son of Richard Martyn of Welton. Monday before St. Martin the Bishop, 13 Richard II.
[Warw.]A. 8303. Counterpart of demise by Philip de Alesbury and Agnes his wife to Reginald Ladde of a messuage and land which Walter Kew lately held in Lappeworth; to hold to him, Agnes his wife and Richard their son for their lives in survivorship; rendering to the chief lords the services due and accustomed and to them and their heirs 8s. 1d. yearly, at the terms usual in Lappeworth, and a heriot on the death of a tenant; and doing repairs. Sunday, the morrow of All Saints, 6 Richard II. Seal.
A. 8304. Indenture of demise by Margaret Catesby, lady of Lapworth, widow, to George Assheby, Margaret his wife and John their son, from Michaelmas last for their lives in survivorship, of a tenement called 'Ilaton,' late Walter Slye's, and lands called 'Brokshawe' wherein William Persounes lately had a life estate but had surrendered it and by his charter granted it to the said George; and also of the reversion of other lands called 'Pukland,' expectant on the decease of Margaret Assheby his mother; by the rent of 10s. for 'Ilaton,' 5s. for 'Brokshawe,' 5s. for 'Pukland' and a heriot on a tenant's death; repairs to be done by the tenant. 1 March, 17 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bedf.]A. 8305. Feoffment by Thomas le Reymes of Potton to Sir Thomas Orewelle of Dunton, chaplain, of a messuage, formerly belonging to Juliana Power of Sutton, in the town of Sutton, between tenements late Robert Power's on either side and abutting on the highway called 'le Chyrchewey.' Wednesday after St. Denis and his fellow martyrs, 30 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8306. Feoffment by John Drayton of Welton and Joan his wife to John de Catesby and Emma his wife and his heirs, of their estate in a messuage and curtilage they lately had by the demise of Thomas Brynkelow of Coventre, 'typpere,' and Alice his wife. Witnesses:—John Mallery of Welton, Thomas Stok of Asscheby and others (named). Thursday before St. Lawrence, 12 Richard II. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8307. Feoffment by Henry son of Robert le Botiler of Yelvertoft, of full age, to Thomas son of Henry de Craunford of Yelvertoft and Alice his wife of a messuage of a tenement (unum mesuagium de quodam tenemento) in Yelvertoft, next the messuage of Richard Terri, with the reversion of two messuages, of the same tenement, whereof a plea depended in the king's court between him, of the one part, and William Miller (molend'), Robert Gundwyn and Emma his wife of the other. Witnesses:—Thomas de la Heusee and others (named). Thursday after St. Tiburtius and St. Valerian, A.D. 1315, 8 Edward II. Seal, perishing.
[N'hamp.]A. 8308. Feoffment by John de Welton to John Mallore of Welton of a capital messuage with lands &c. in the town and fields of Welton, which came to him by inheritance on the death of his mother, Ellen late the wife of Thomas Martyn of Welton his father; also of a rent of 2s. from lands &c. there which John Martyn, son of Richard Martyn of Welton then held in fee. Witnesses:—Thomas Tewe the elder and Thomas Tewe the younger, and others (named). Friday the morrow of St. Martin the Bishop, 13 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8309. Feoffment by George Burneby son of the late Nicholas Burneby, knight, to John Malory of Welton of l½d. rent from a tenement in Welton late Ellen Martyn's. The Nativity of the B.V.M., 5 Henry IV. Witnesses:—Ralph Paries, William Catesby of Assheby, John Waundell of Daventre, Henry Brochole of Welton, Richard Smyth of the same. Seal of arms.
[Warw.]A. 8310. Feoffment by John Barker of Henley in Ardern to William Pacwod of the same and Richard Barell of Ulnhale, of a messuage between the tenement late St. Mary's and the tenement which John Haumpslap, 'webbe,' then held. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 6 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8311. Feoffment by William Pakwod of Henley in Arden to William Barker son of John Barker of the same and Alice his wife, of a tenement with a garden adjacent in Henley aforesaid, between land of Blessed Mary of Wotton on one side and the messuage called 'Pycardys Place' on the other, and reaching from the highway (regia via) of Henley to land late John Hereford's; which tenement and garden he, together with Richard Barell of Ulnehale since deceased, had by the gift and feoffment of John Barker father of the said William Barker. Monday the feast of St. Prothus and St. Hyacynth (Iacincti) the Martyrs, 1 Henry V. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8312. Release by Margery late the wife of William Dastyn of Derset to William le Clerc of Geydon of her right in a rood of meadow in each Longelond in the common meadow of Southende and Herdewyk. Geydon, the feast of St. Clement the Pope, 11 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8313. Indenture of demise by Margery late the wife of William Dastin of Magna Derset to William le Clerk of Geydon and Joan his wife, William their son and Mary their daughter, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of one rood of meadow in each Longelonde longwise (jacentem in utroque Longelonde in longitudine) in the meadow of Southende and Herdewyke next the meadow of Richard Terry; rendering therefore yearly for twenty-one years next to come after the feast of St. Michael, 7 Edward III, a rose on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist for all service, and thereafter 20s. yearly. Dated at Derset Magna the day and year above-said.
[Warw.]A. 8314. Indenture, being a feoffment by Henry del Sartery of Coventry to Isabel his daughter of a messuage in the High Street next 'le Pottere Rowe' in Coventry between the tenements late Simon Pat's and Robert Bonhome's; to hold to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten; rendering therefor to him and Joan his wife for their lives 16s. yearly; with remainder in default of her issue to Agnes his younger daughter and the heirs of her body, at the like rent, with remainder in default to his right heirs. Witnesses:—John de Clyfton, Roger de Pacwode, coroner of the town of Coventry, and others (named). 4 June, 8 Edward III. See A. 8318.
[Warw.]A. 8315. Release by John son of John son of Simon Patte of Coventry to Henry del Sartrie of Coventry and Joan his wife and his heirs, of his right in a tenement which William Patte and Helewis his wife formerly held of him for the term of their lives in the High Street towards 'le Potteresrowe' in Coventry between the tenement of Robert Bonhoume on one side and the tenement which Isabel Patte then held late Simon Patte's on the other. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, then bailiff of Coventry, Roger de Pacwod, then coroner, and others (named). Coventry, Tuesday after All Hallows, 20 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8316. Release by John Leysy of Coventre to Joan late the wife of Henry del Sartre of Coventre of his right in a messuage in the High Street towards 'le Potteresrowe' in Coventre, [between the tenement late] Robert Bonhome's on one side and the tenement Robert son of Isabel Patte then held on the other. Friday after St. Andrew the Apostle, [1]7 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8317. Feoffment by Robert Patte son and heir of Simon Patte of Coventre to Joan del Sartry late the wife of Henry del Sartry of Coventre, of a messuage which descended to him on his father's decease in Coventre, in the market-place (foro) . . . . . . between Geoffrey de Hulle's tenement and that late Giles . . . . . . feast of St. Alphege, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8318. Counterpart of A. 8314.
[N'hamp.]A. 8319. Feoffment by John Mervyn, chaplain, and John Sabyn of Syllesworth to John Freman of Syllesworth in the parish of Watford, the elder, and Isabel his wife, for their lives in survivorship, of all the lands &c. they had by the gift and feoffment of the said John and Isabel, by charter of fee simple thereof made to them in Syllesworth aforesaid and the fields of the same; with remainder to John Freman the younger son of the said John and Isabel and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said John the elder. The last day of December, 9 Henry VI. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8320. Feoffment by John Abell of Toneworth to William Parker of the same, John Waryng of Sulihull, Richard Wastell of Lungedon and William Abell his brother, of all his lands and tenements in Toneworth and Sulihull. Sulihull, Sunday before St. Luke, 20 Henry VI. Seal.
Warw.A. 8321. (1) Indenture being a feoffment by John Willyby of Bobenhull to Thomas de Meryngton, Simon de Catesby, rector of the church of Wolfhamcote, William Brook, chaplain, and John Brook, of all his lands &c. in the town and fields of Bobenhull, co. Warwick, to the intent that, after seisin had, they should re-enfeoff him thereof subject to rent of 13s. 4d. yearly, with right of re-entry in default. Witnesses:— John de Catesby, Edward de Metteleye, John de Napton and others (named). Monday the morrow of St. Gregory the Pope, 14 Richard II.
(2) The re-feoffment, dated 1 April, the same year. Copies, on one skin.
Glouc.A. 8322. Feoffment by William Adam son of Adam Buggegode late of Mourton, co. Gloucester, to Thomas Mulle, lord of Harscombe, Master John Moreton, parson of the parish church of Cromehale, John Foort of Thornbury, and Thomas Note of Cowhulle in the said county, of a messuage with lands, &c. which he lately had by the gift and feoffment of John Danyell in the town and fields of Mourton aforesaid. Witnesses:—Maurice Denys and Thomas Poyntz, esquires, John Machon and others (named). 5 March, 22 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
N'hamp.A. 8323. Feoffment by Thomas Jake of Whellesburgh, co. Leycestre, and Henry Wright, citizen and draper (pannarius) of London, to Nicholas Co[w]ley of Swynford in the said county, John Harpur, William Cowley and Thomas Thurstone, of all the lands &c. in Yelvertoft, co. Northampton, they had by the demise of John Chambre, esquire, and which he had by the gift and grant of John Wright and William Wright; to hold to them and the heirs and assigns of Nicholas of the chief lords of the fee &c. Yelvertoft, 23 February, 23 Henry VI. Two seals, the second of arms.
[Warw.]A. 8324. Indenture of demise by Richard Cok of Nortone Kynges to John son of Thomas Dolfin of Toneworth, for the term of his life, of a cottage in Toneworth between lands of Richard Ernald and Thomas de Sydenhale and the highway from William de Folewode's house to Toneworth Church; rendering therefor yearly for the twelve years following the feast of the Annunciation, 21 Edward III, 8d. and doing the services due to the chief lords, and after the twelve years 20s. yearly; with remainder to the said John's heirs and assigns for the residue of the term if he died within the twelve years. Sunday the feast of the Annunciation in the year above said.
Warw.A. 8325. Indenture, being a feoffment by William Broke, rector of the church of Bereford on Avene, William Ofchyrch and John Astwell, chaplain, to John de Catesby and Emma his wife and his heirs and assigns, of all the lands &c. in Coventre and Corleye they had by the gift and feoffment of the said John, together with all manors &c. in the counties of Warwick, Northampton and Leicester as in the indentures thereof made more fully appeared. Witnesses:—Robert de Stafford, knight, John Onleye then mayor of Coventre, William Fyfyde and John Allesleye, 'gurdeler,' bailiffs and others (named). Coventry, Saturday the eve of St. Gregory the Pope, 19 Richard II. Two seals, one of arms.
[N'hamp.]A. 8326. Feoffment by Richard Holewell of Norhampton to John Catesby of Asschebylegger, esquire, and Margaret his wife, and the heirs and assigns of John, of a messuage with a garden adjacent between the tenement of John Slawston on the one side and 'le Fyschewere Zerdes' on the other, with lands &c. thereto belonging, which he formerly had by the gift of John atte Welle late rector of Napton, and of Richard Ingelond of Welton. Dated at Welton, 3 May, 14 Henry VI. Seal. Endorsed: Welton.
[Warw.]A. 8327. Indenture of demise by Rose (Rosa) Montfort, lady of Codbarewe, to Geoffrey son of Walter Atteheth of Lappeworth, of a messuage and land called 'Peches' in Notehurste which John Fox lately held; to hold to the said Geoffrey and [blank] his wife and [blank] their son for the term of their lives; rendering 20s. yearly, and heriot on a tenant's death &c. Witnesses:—John Folewode, William atte Well, Richard Parsones. Codbarewe, Sunday after the Annunciation, 9 Richard II.
[Hants.]A. 8328. Feoffment by Thomas Waryn and Thomas Bourle to William atte Wode and Alice his wife of a cottage and curtilage in the town of Crischurche Twynham in 'la Castelstret,' between the tenement of John de Berkle, knight, and the cottage of John Prynke, the curtilage extending southward to the Castle ditch; which cottage and curtilage they had by the gift and feoffment of Margaret Blakemour in her widowhood, together with other lands &c. there and elsewhere. Sunday before the Annunciation, 5 Henry IV. Endorsed: Thomas Peyntour. Fragment of seal.
[Linc.]A. 8329. Indenture of demise for 200 years at 6d. rent by Alfred (Albredus), son and heir of John de Wyttelbury, to Robert de Messyngham, citizen and merchant of Lincoln, of a vacant place, not built on, in the parish of St. Botolph in Wykford in the suburb of Lincoln, 13½ ft. wide by 25½ ft. long. Saturday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 19 Richard II. Seal.
[Leic.]A. 8330. Counterpart of demise by William de Geydon to William White of Dunton and Alice his wife for their lives in survivorship of a messuage and a virgate of land, which Henry Knotte lately held of him, in Dunton and the territory of the same, by the rent of 20s. yearly at the three terms usual there, viz: Michaelmas, the Purification and Whitsuntide, giving a heriot, &c. Witnesses:—Richard Maygnard, William Orpede, William and Richard Malabre. Sunday after the Annunciation, 21 Richard II. Seals.
Leic. Warw.A. 8331. Indenture made 24 July, 7 Henry VII, being the award of Edmund Lucy, esquire, made in the presence of John Fyssher, 'serjaunt to the lawe,' Nicholas Mattokke, Richard Copcote and Edmund Brown, in the matter of a dispute between Edmund Lucy, esquire, his nephew, son and heir of Sir William Lucy, knight, his brother deceased, and dame Alice Lucy, widow, late the wife of the said Sir William, which they had referred to his 'arbiterment,' viz: that she should, upon the said Edmund's request, deliver all evidences, court-rolls &c. to him and execute a release to him of her right in all the manors, lands and tenements late her said husband's; that the said Edmund should grant her an annnity of 40 marks yearly secured on the lordships of Cheryton, co. Warwike, and Cleybroke, co. Leycester, to her own use while sole or in the event of her re-marriage, 20 marks to her own use and 20 marks to the use of her children then living by the said Sir William; she to have all the goods and chattels of the said Sir William 'except the stondardys of howseholde,' and all his growing corn and 'halfe the greysse of Mellysmer thys yere'; 'the residue of the greysse the said Edmund Lucy the sone shall have and all other profettes of all the premisses.' Seal of arms (an eagle displayed), broken. English.
[Warw.]A. 8332. Feoffment by Richard Champeneys of Beolegh to William his son of a messuage and all his lands &c. there. Witnesses:—Hugh de la Heth and others (named). Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 17 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8333. Acquittance, 18 December, 16 Henry VII, by Henry Smyth of Coventry, 'gentilman,' one of the executors, in right of Jane his wife, of John Spenser, her late husband, to Richard Emson, 'gentilman,' for 26l. 13s. 4d. part of 200 marks lent by the said John Spenser to the said Eichard Emson and George Catesby 'for the restitucion of the said George'; 86l. 13s. 4d. whereof the said Richard had 'afore this tyme in sondry wise paid.' Executed by 'Henr' Smyth.' Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8334. Deed poll by William Walsh, reciting that John Watford son of Thomas Watford late of Great Creton, deceased, by charter indented, dated 1 August, 36 Henry VI, had granted to him and William Chambir- leyn of Watford, co. Northampton, since deceased, two crofts of pasture with all his, the said John's, lands &c. in the town and fields of Watford, to them and their heirs for ever; demise thereof to Nicholas Walsh for three years from Michaelmas, 14 Edward IV. Dated 20 September the said year. Seal.
Warw.A. 8335. Indenture of demise by Margery late the wife of William de Geydon to Robert Huggeford, for the term of her life, of all the lands &c. in Geydon and Chepynge Dorset, co. Warwick, which she had by the demise of Thomas Wedyngton, John Wethy and John Oxsshulfe, chaplains; rendering her 40s. yearly and three yards of cloth, or 6s. silver in place of them, at Easter yearly for a gown (toga); with right of distraint; provided always that after her death the premises should revert to the said Robert his heirs and assigns. Warwick, 18 October, 5 Henry IV. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8336. Appointment by John, lord Lescrop, and Elesabeth his wife, of William Catesby, esquire, their son, as steward and surveyor of all their manors, &c. enjoyed by the said John in right of the said Elesabeth his wife in the county of Northampton; to hold the said office for the term of the life of the said Elesabeth, with a yearly rent of 4l. from the issues and profits of the manor and lordship of Braumfeld in the said county. 10 January, 20 Edward IV. Seals.
Endorsed: Patent of my lord Scrop and my lady of the stewardschip.
[N'hamp.]A. 8337. Indenture of demise by John Mallore, knight, of Weltone, to John atte Brugge of the same of 2a. arable, 2 roods pasture and one 'swath' of meadow in Welton fields, positions described; to hold for the term of his life, by the rent of . . . . . Dated at Welton . . . . after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 37 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8338. Feoffment by John atte Well, chaplain, to John son of Richard Drayton and Agnes his wife, of the lands &c. he had by the gift and feoffment of the said John son of Richard in the towns and fields of Welton and Daventre. Palm Sunday, 6 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8339. Certificate under the seals of John Hercy, Roger Ennok and Richard Rondell of Avene Derset, that whereas Thomas de Morhalle, parson of the church of Quenton, John Wyard, John atte Welle, vicar of the church of Hampton in Arden, and Richard atte Welle, parson of the church of Avene Derset had granted to John son of William de Catesby for life the rent and services due from them, the said John, Roger and Richard, in the town of Avene Derset, with the reversion of certain lands &c. expectant on their decease, which rents, services, and reversions the said Thomas de Morhalle and the others had by the grant of Sir John Pecch' and their attornment thereon; which grant to Catesby the said Sir John Pecchee had confirmed; they the said John, Roger and Richard had attorned to the said Catesby and done fealty to him, in the presence of Sir William, parson of Lodbrok, Sir Richard, parson of Avene Derset, William Homerwych and other. Given in the church at Avene Derset, 17 August, 46 Edward III. Seals. French.
[Warw.]A. 8340. Indenture, being a feoffment by Richard Laraunce, son and heir of John Laraunce of Bulkynton, to John Hampton of Coventry, son of Geoffrey Hampton, of all his lands, &c. in the town and fields of Bulkynton, paying him 52s. yearly during his life. Witnesses:—Richard, vicar of the church of Bulkynton, John Boteler, parker of Weston, and others (named). 14 December, 11 Henry VI.
[Warw.]A. 8341. Indenture, being a bond by Walter Boy of Nethercote, for the payment yearly to Robert atte Mulne of Wolphamcot, chaplain, for the term of his life and six years more, of twelve skeps of corn, good, dry, well winnowed, and measured, half a quarter of drag and half a quarter of pease, on the feast of St. Martin the Bishop, or within six days after. Sunday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 45 Edward III.
Warw.A. 8342. Release by Thomas Horton, brother and heir of Robert Horton, late rector of Lapworth to John, duke of Bedford, John Lee, esquire, John Hunt and Thomas Cockes, of his right in the lands &c. his said brother had in Lappeworth, Stodeley, Hanley, Kyngeswode, Pacwode and Bewdesert, co. Warwick. Witnesses:—Edward Dodyngsels, knight, William Lucy, esquire, Baldwin Botiller of Berford. Fulbroke, 28 November, 8 Henry VI.
London.A. 8343. Indenture, being an acquittance by Nicholas de Wilryng- worth and John de Mallyngg, executors of the testament of John de Hynggeston, late citizen and goldsmith of London, to Robert de Schordich, the younger, citizen and goldsmith of the same, for 44l. in part of 110l. wherein the said Robert was bound to the said John. London, . . . . the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 10 Edward III. French.
[Warw.]A. 8344. Indenture of demise by Simon le Archer of Toneworth to John Huggen of the same for life at 2d. rent for twenty years and there- after at 2s. rent, of four selions of arable there, described. Sunday after All Hallows, 15 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8345. Indenture, being a feoffment by John Wilcokkes and Simon Monceux to Francis, lord Lovell, John Catesby, knight, Roger Wake, Robert Wittilbury and Henry Griffith of lands &c. late John Cretan's in Little Creton, Sprotton and elsewhere, which they together with John Eborall, clerk, and William Twyktwyn, chaplain, since deceased, had by the feoffment of William the abbot of the monastery of St. James next Northampton and the convent of the same, with appointment of Henry Wood and Robert Burneham as attorneys to deliver seisin. 3 March, 1 Richard III. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8346. Counterpart of demise, Michaelmas, A.D. 1464, by John Stanbyry, bishop of Hereford, John Barr, knight, William Bryteyn, clerk, John Norys, esquire, Thomas Byllyng, serjeant, Thomas Palmer, esquire, Robert Tanfeld, John Catesby of Olthorp, esquire, William Hall, clerk, John Lownd, clerk, William Fortesshawe, clerk, Edmund Newnham and William Catesby, knight, to John Porrey of Henley in Arden and Roger Porrey his son of the same for the term of their lives in survivorship of a croft in Henley aforesaid between the tenement of the 'Gyld' of Henley &c. and the stream running through the Little Park of Henley, at 4s. rent.
[Salop.]A. 8347. Demise by William de Huggeford son of William de Huggeford, knight, deceased, Thomas, parson of Stoktone, William de Newton, Roger Baret and William de Wyken, clerks, to John de Astwall and Alice his wife for the term of their lives in survivorship of the reversion expectant on the decease of Isabel de Astwall, the said John's mother, of a tenement in the fee and manor of Huggefford, charged with the payment of 13s. 4d. to William de Halghton for life, if then surviving, which the said William de Huggefford had granted him for his good service, or if he were then dead, the said John and Alice should pay the like sum to the said William de Huggefford and the others, and should do suit of Court to their manor of Appeley &c. Dated at Appeley Huggefford, the eve of St. Michael the Archangel, 7 Henry IV. Five seals, one of arms.
[N'hamp.]A. 8348. Release by Thomas Mone son of John Mone of Welton to John Malory of Welton of all his right in a messuage in Welton extending 'into Lodrislake' between John Catesby's tenement on one side and the land of Richard Engelond son of the late William Engelond on the other. Sunday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 4 Henry IV.
[N'hamp.]A. 8349. Acquittance by John Malory of Welton next Daventry to Thomas Slawston of Welton for 40s. for repairs to the houses and waste done in the tenement formerly Ellen Martyn's in Welton; which tenement Thomas Slawston held of him by indentures between them. Monday after St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 10 Henry IV.
N'hamp.A. 8350. Deed poll by John Reve cousin and heir of William Reve, clerk, late vicar of the church of Rawnsthorp, viz. son of Thomas Reve brother of the said William, reciting that the said William together with Thomas Chambur, Robert Butevelyn, and others, was seised of the manor of Great Creton and its appurtenances in Great Creton and Watford, co. Northampton, in fee simple, by the gift and feoffment of Thomas Watford, by the name of Thomas Watford of Great Creton, in the said county, by virtue of a charter dated 10 January, 13 Henry IV; and that the said William survived his co-feoffees; release by John to William Hastyng, knight, lord de Hastyng, William Catesby, knight, John Catesby, serjeant- at-law, John Catesby of Olthorp and Thomas Wyndesore, esquires, Thomas Kebeel and Edmund Newnham, of his right in all those lands &c. which were Thomas Watford's in Watford aforesaid. 1 June, 17 Edward IV. Seal, with rush band.
[N'hamp.]A. 8351. Demise by William, abbot of Lilleshull, and the convent of the same, to John Catesby and Margaret his wife of the site of the manor of Braundestonbery with the lands, meadows, pastures and fisheries which John Catesby father of the said John formerly held and occupied by their demise, except two cottages, with land &c. adjacent, a meadow called 'Ladygoren,' seven 'godes' of meadow under 'le olde Orchard,' and except rents, services, customs, pleas and perquisites of court of all manner their tenants free and bond or tenants at will and 17s. yearly called 'weikselver' and 5s. yearly called 'lesowselver' to be received yearly from the said tenants for the herbage of 'Falghamwode' and 12d. yearly called 'fernselver' from the said tenants; to hold, with the above exceptions for twenty years at 4l. rent. Lilleshull, the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 9 Henry V.
[N'hamp.]A. 8352. Feoffment by William Osbern of Asschebylegger to William Catesby of the same, esquire, of a toft with a croft in 'le Raton Rewe,' as it is closed round in length from the tenement of William Bokhole of Welton to the highway towards St. Leger's Well (fontem Sancti Leodegarii) and in width from the tenement called 'le Dyneplace' to the highway, in the town of Asschebylegger. Thursday in Easter week, 6 Henry VI. Seal.
Camb.A. 8353. Feoffment by Alice late the wife of Richard Freman of Berton, co. Cambridge, widow, to Agnes Dyke her daughter of a half acre arable in the West field of Berton in Longtoftes next land late Stanfordes, land of the prior of Bernewell, &c. Witnesses:— John Haverynge and others (named). 10 April, 3 Edward IV. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8354. Counterpart indenture, being a feoffment by William Catesby, John Catesby and Henry Gryffyn to John Freman of a messuage, croft, certain land and meadow as fully as Alexander (Alexandrinus) Wryght held in the town and fields of Watford in exchange for 32a. land, with common of pasture for four oxen, with meadow, croft and messuage, and for all the lands and tenements which he held in the town and fields of Silsworthe, subject to a rent of two hens. 4 August, 22 Edward IV. Seal.
Warw.A. 8355. Feoffment by John Sloley of Arleye to William Bret of Austeley, Thomas de le Temple of Coton, John son of William de Fylongley and Richard Schepey of all the lands, &c. he had in Arley, Sloley and Benteley, co. Warrewych. Sunday after St. Benedict the Abbot, 9 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8356. Feoffment by Jurdan de Stone and John de Fylongleye to John de Sloleye of Arleye of all the lands, &c. which they had by his feoffment. Witnesses:—William de Fylongleye, John Botiler de Schestoke and others (named). Monday after the Circumcision, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8357. Grant by Thomas Burgh of Braundeston to John Burgh, his father, and Emma his said father's wife, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of all the lands, &c. there which he had by his said father's gift and feoffment. Monday after the Purification, 1 Henry VI.
[Heref.]A. 8358. Feoffment by John Bacare the younger, of Webbeleye, to John son of Hugh Bacare of two tofts lying together in the fee of Webbeleye next Leye, between land of the said John Bacare the younger, the highway, the tenement of Walter Garwey, and land of Hugh de la Combe. Tuesday the feast of the Purification, 18 Richard II.
N'hamp.A. 8359. Feoffment by Alice Prestwych of Norhampton, widow, daughter of the late Thomas Watforde of Great Creton, co. Northampton, to Nicholas Walshe, William Willys of Watforde and Thomas Hanwell son of Richard Hanwell, of all the lands, &c. which were her said father's in the town and fields of Watford aforesaid. 3 October, 13 Edward IV. Witnesses:—Henry Cokkes, vicar of the parish church of Watford, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: Ista Alicia filia Thome Watford soror Johannis Watford cujus heres ipse est et sic warentia corlis. distensa est super predictum Johannem quia ipsa Alicia mortua est sine herede de se &c.
N'hamp.A. 8360. Letter of attorney by Alice Prestewych of Norhampton, widow, daughter of the late Thomas Watforde of Great Creton, co. Norhampton, to Robert Fenne of Barton Hanred in the said county, esquire, and John Horn of Daventry, to deliver seisin to Nicholas Walsh, William Willys of Watford, and Thomas Hanwell, son of Richard Hanwell, of lands late her said father's in the town and fields of Watford. 3 October, 13 Edward IV.
N'hamp.A. 8361. Feoffment by Emma de Catesby and John de Catesby her son to Edward Burbage and William Newerk, chaplain, of a messuage and a half virgate of land in Welton, and all those rents, reversions and services of tenants free and bond, which were late the said Edward Burbage's in the said town of Welton and in Assheby Leger. Witnesses:—John Mallory, lord of Welton, George Burneby, lord of Watteford, Robert de Catesby, William Osberne. Welton, 10 July, 3 Henry V. Two seals, one of arms (Catesby).
[Warw.]A. 8362. Counterpart of demise by Dame Margaret Catesby, late the wife of John Catesby, esquire, and William Catesby, esquire, son and heir of the said John and Margaret, to John Wheler of Henley in Ardern 'barker,' for sixty-one years, at 12s. rent, of a tenement in Henley, between John Tyscote's and John Shyngey's, and in length from the High Street to the Little Park of the lord of Henley; and of a croft called 'le Bukley,' in Beaudesert, under the Little Park aforesaid, next Nicholas Trappe's croft, with the site of a tenement and a garden between lands of the lord of Henley and John Harper; covenant by the lessee to build anew at his own expense on the said tenement a hall containing two couples (copulas), the lessors finding the necessary timber, &c. The Annunciation, 24 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Memorandum that Sir William Catesby, knight, granted to the said John Wheler, from Michaelmas, 4 Edward IV, during the remainder of the said term, four butts of arable, which used to render 4d. yearly, in Whyteley field, rent free, as compensation for the croft lying near the water-mill, taken out of this indenture and demised to John Carter of Henley.
N'hamp.A. 8363. Feoffment by John Drayton, parson of the church of Broughton Asteley to James, lord de Audeley, Hugh Erdeswyk, Edmund Basset, and Ralph Basset, esquires, and Thomas Bolsham of Kelysby of a half virgate of land with meadows, pastures and other its appurtenances in Yelvertoft, co. Northampton, which he, by the name of John Drayton, parson of the church of Cleycoton, had, together with John Cok of Lylburne and William Palmer, since deceased, both by the gift and feoffment of William Smyth of Yelvertoft and Maud his wife, and by the release of John Isowde of Yelvertoft. Saturday in Whitsun week, 5 Henry VI. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8364. Bond in 20l. from William Brothers of Wedon Beek, 'yoman,' to John Clerk, due at the Purification next. 1 August, 10 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]A. 8365. Release by John Chaumber of Sprotton, esquire, to John Wright of Yelvertoft, of his right in the lands and tenements he had by the gift and feoffment of the said John in the town and fields of Yelvertoft. Thursday after Michaelmas, 15 Henry VI.
[Kent.]A. 8366. Release by William Eyntone of Thornham to William Bud of Alyntone of his right in the lands &c. the said William had by his feoffment in the parish of Alyntone on the hill at Buddys, which lands he had by the gift of Peter Monk of Howkynge. 14 September, 23 Henry VI.
[Kent.]A. 8367. Feoffment by Roger Gonyld of Dunton to John Barbour and John Paternoster the elder, of the lands &c. he had by the gift and feoffment of William Totenham of Dunton. Witnesses:—Robert Goys, chaplain, John Kerewyn, Robert Mychell, William Kerewyn, John Roger. Wednesday of the first week of Lent, 9 Henry V. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8368. Indenture between William Sutton, prior of the priory of Newstede by Stamford (Novo Loco juxta Staumford) and the convent of the same, of the one part, and John Catesby of the other; reciting that by indenture dated at Braundeston, Saturday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 8 Henry VI (sic) William Creton, late prior of the said priory and the convent of the same demised to Henry Amys of Braundeston and Alice his wife all their wood called 'Newstedwod' from the feast of St. Michael the Archangel then last for the term of one hundred years; which term the said Henry and Alice, by indenture dated at Braundeston 2 April, 6 Henry VI, assigned to John Payn of Braundeston, who by indenture dated at Braundeston, 4 April, 6 Henry VI, demised all his estate in the said wood, by the name of the wood called 'le Newstedwode' otherwise called 'Falhamwode' to Dame Emma Catesby, since deceased; confirmation by the said prior and convent of the estate and term of John Catesby, son and heir of the said Emma, therein; and feoffment to him of their said wood called 'Newstedwode' otherwise called 'Falhamwode' with the pasture of the same and its appurtenances in Braundeston, subject to the payment, after the expiration of the term granted him as above by the said John Payn, of six pence yearly. Witnesses:—Robert Catesby and others (named). Dated in their Chapter House, 1 June, 13 Henry VI. Conventual seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8369. Feoffment by John Watford son of Adam Hykedon of Watford, to John Freman of Sillesworth in the parish of Watford, and Isabel his wife of a tenement and a half virgate of arable belonging to it, with meadows, feedings, pastures and other its appurtenances in the town and fields of Sillesworth, called 'Malkyns Place,' one third whereof descended to him on the death of his mother Joan and the residue he bought; the tenement lay between John Freman's tenement formerly parcel of it, and the tenement the said John Freman held of the lord of Watford. Sillesworth, 10 April, 22 Richard II. Seal.
Glouc.A. 8370. Feoffment by John Danyell son and heir of John Danyell late of Thornbury, co. Gloucester, to John Adam alias Buggegoode of Thornbury and Isabel his wife, of two messuages between the messuage of the said John Adam wherein Thomas West lately dwelt and the bond (nativum) tenement inhabited by John Abbot; with a close in Oldefeldestret called Gylmynscroft and la. arable in Thornburysynlond between lands of the abbot of Tewkesbury and lands late Joan Danyell's. Witnesses:—John Erneburgh, Thomas Morgan, Thomas Clerk and others, in the time of Thomas Bray and Thomas Berton, bailiffs of the borough of Thornbury. Thornbury, 13 January, 1 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8371. Letter of attorney by Ralph, lord de Cromwell, to John Brome of Warrewyk to receive seisin of all the lands &c. which formerly were of John Brome of Lappeworth, in Lappeworth, Stodley, Henley, Beaudesert (Bello deserto), Kyngeswode and Packewode. 16 February, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8372. Indenture, being the defeasance of a charter of fee simple made by Richard Benet of Welton to Thomas Slawston of Welton of 1 rood arable in Welton field under Berewyne, next land of John Othehull, and two 'swathes' of meadow in 'le Nethurmede' there, on payment of 20s. on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula then next. Tuesday after St. Hilary, 9 Henry IV.
Linc. Norf. Suff.A. 8373. Indenture, being a release by William Copuldike, esquire, to Thomas Salisbury, clerk, William Babyngton, esquire, Richard Pynchebek, esquire, John Vavasour, John Pynchebek and Thomas Fitzwilliam the younger, of his right in the manors of Haryngton, Forthyngton, Fryskeney, Freston, Titton, and Frampton, co. Lincoln, of Wyghtlyngham, co. Norfolk, and of Horham, county Suffolk, and in all other the lands and tenements which belonged to John Copuldike his father. Lincoln, 20 November, 36 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]A. 8374. Counterpart of demise by John Mallory, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, to John Hanne of Welton, Margaret his wife and (blank) their son for the term of their lives in survivorship, of a messuage in Welton between tenements of Thomas Tuwe and the said John Mallory, with lands, &c. belonging; rent 7s. 8d. to the said John and Elizabeth, and 13s. 4d. to John Barnard, esquire, and Ellen his wife; tenants to do repairs, &c. Welton, 10 December, 6 Henry VI. Fragment of seals.
[Warw.]A. 8375. Indenture of demise by dame Margaret Catesby and William Catesby, esquire, to Thomas Hunderder of Henley, 'barker,' of a tenement there, between Richard Burgevyle's and John Deyster's, the high street and the little park of the lord de Sudley, and a croft in Botley, for twenty years, at 11s. rent. Michaelmas, 29 Henry VI. One seal.
[Warw.]A. 8376. Feoffment by Thomas Machyn of Hatton to Richard Watton of the same and Agnes his wife of 3½a. arable in Hatton fields, described. Tuesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 18 Henry VI.
[Warw.]A. 8377. Counterpart of demise by John Sloley of Arley to William Fylungley and John his son of a pasture formerly called 'Molynton Halle,' and a croft called 'Smythecroft' in the lordship of Bentheley, for the term of their lives in survivorship from the Purification then next, paying after the expiration of twenty years 10l. yearly to the said John and his heirs; and further upon payment to them of 20s. for every year of the said term of twenty years as yet unexpired it should be lawful to the said John Sloley to re-enter, &c. Atherstome, the feast of the Purification, 8 Henry IV. Endorsements, miscellaneous.
[Warw.]A. 8378. Counterpart of demise, 20 August, 9 Henry IV, by Dame Rose (Rosa) de Montfort (Monte forti), lady of Codbargh, to Richard Martein, Katharine his wife and John their son, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of a messuage and curtilage and two crofts called 'Periecroft' and 'Leyefeld' in Lappeworth, between land of the rector of Lappeworth, 'le Chirchegrene' and the lane to 'Brockeschawe ford,' which messuage Walter Page formerly held; rendering therefor yearly to the said dame Rose after the decease of Sir Robert de Horton, rector of the church of Lappeworth, 10s. at three terms of the year, to wit, the Purification, Whitsuntide and Michaelmas equally. Seals, one broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8379. Indenture, being a feoffment by John Malore of Welton to his daughter Ellen of lands, &c. in the town and fields of Welton, viz. lands and tenements Thomas Slawston formerly held of him at will; 20a. arable John 'othe hill' held at will; a toft and 20a. arable John Frende held at will; 6a. arable Henry Tomkyn held at will; 33s. 4d. rent from lands which William Haddon held for life, with the reversion thereof expectant on his decease; to hold to her and the heirs of her body and of John son of John Swynerton of Wheleton her late husband; with remainder to himself in case of her death without such issue. Welton, 6 June, 9 Henry IV.
[Warw.]A. 8380. Bond by Thomas le Straunge, esquire, to William Catesby in 20l. at Midsummer next, conditioned for the quiet possession by the said William of a meadow or the crop (resturam) thereof under Preston formerly Lawrence de Caldecote's. 25 April, 22 Edward IV. Signed. Thomas lestraunge. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8381. Feoffment by Richard Freman to William Catesby, John Catesby, and Henry Gryffyn of 9½ acres land with common of pasture for three oxen in Sylsworthe fields, co. Northampton. 29 July, 22 Edward IV. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8382. Letter of attorney by Richard Yngelond of Welton to Henry Cokk, clerk, to deliver seisin to John Yngelond of the same and Agnes his wife of a messuage, garden and croft in Welton, between Thomas Benet's tenement and that late Henry Yngelond's, according to his deed of feoffment thereof. Welton, 10 June, 36 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]A. 8383. Indenture of demise by dame Margaret Catesby late wife of John Catesby, esquire, and Sir William Catesby, knight, son and heir of the said John and Margaret, to William Wodyate of Rounton, of three crofts in Haseleholt, for 20 years, at 8s. rent; the tenant to grub up the underwood thereon, &c. Lappworth, 1 October, 30 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]A. 8384. Feoffment by Richard Willoughby, esquire, to John Watford, son and heir of Thomas Watford, of Norhampton, 'gentelman,' deceased, and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to Alice sister of the said John and the heirs of her body, with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said Thomas, of the manor of Great Creton, anciently called 'Chokes,' which together with John Chambre, esquire, and others, since deceased, he had by the gift and feoffment of the said Thomas; also of certain lands, &c. in the town of Norhampton formerly the said Thomas Watford's, viz. a tenement held by Richard Mosell, 'glasyer,' in 'le Berwardestrete,' between the tenement of the abbot and convent of St. James next Norhampton, and the capital tenement late John Loudham's; also 4s. quit rent from the said capital tenement; three cottages with gardens in the street of St. Katharine the Virgin, between William Osbern's tenement and the narrow (strictam) lane called 'le Collegelane'; a garden in 'Scarletstrete' next 'le Whitecrosse,' held by William Stafford, 'barbour'; a garden in 'le Flesshemonggerstrete' between the tenement belonging to the Fraternity of the Holy Trinity of the said town, in the occupation of William More, 'coryour,' and the tenement held by Thomas Moreys, 'corvyser'; also 2s. quit rent from a tenement late Ellen Tidyman's in 'le Goldestrete'; all of which, together with other lands and tenements, he had together with Thomas Widevyll, Thomas Chambre and William Tresham, esquires, Lawrence Dyve, Thomas Compeworth, Thomas Pymme, William Nuucourt and Thomas Stotusbury, since deceased, by the gift and feoffment of the said Thomas Watford. Norhampton, 13 June, 36 Henry VI. Witnesses:— Gilbert Lyster, then mayor of the town of Norhampton, Richard Knottyng and John Botiller, then bailiffs, William Terry of Great Creton, John Tykeshore the younger, and other. Seal.
[Hants.]A. 8385. Indenture of demise for the term of her life by Mary Stake late the wife of Richard Stake of Fre[n]destapull[e] to Thomas Snokeshulle of all the lands &c. in Frendestapulle, Farlyngton, and Farham she had for the term of her life by the gift of the said Richard; rent 10 marks, &c. Witnesses:—John Uvedale, Richard Wayte, William Sedeney and others (named). Frendestapulle, Friday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 7 Henry IV. Seal, broken.
[Glouc.]A. 8386. Feoffment by Richard Orchard of Littelton next Severn (Sabrinam) and John Nelme of Thornbury, to John Adam alias Buggegood of Thornbury, of all that tenement, by the name of a half burgage, they lately had by the gift and feoffment of Alice Dyer late of Thornbury, between the tenement late belonging to the said Richard and the bond (nativam) land of the lord called 'Packers.' Witnesses:—Thomas Bray, William Piers, John Erneburgh and others, in the time of William Wirlok and Richard Stoke, bailiffs of the borough of Thornbury. Thornbury, 2 November, 38 Henry VI. Seals, broken.
Leic.A. 8387. Indenture of demise for the term of her life by Margery late the wife of William de Geydon to Robert Huggeford of all the lands &c. she had by the demise of Thomas Wedyngton, John Wethy and John Oxsshulfe, chaplains, in Dunton, co. Leycester; rent 40s. Witnesses:— William de Peyto and others (named). Warwick, 8 October, 5 Henry IV. Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8388. Feoffment by William Smyth of Yelvertoft and Maud his wife to John Cok of Lylleburne, William Palmer and John Drayton, parson of the church of Cleycoton of the moiety of a half virgate land &c. in Yelvertoft. Witnesses:—John and Peter Pydyngton and others (named). Yelvertoft, Monday after All Hallows, 12 Henry IV.
[N'hamp.]A. 8389. Feoffment by Agnes Drayton late the wife of John Drayton of Welton next Daventre, widow, to John Broun, clerk, and William Wryghte of Daventre, of all her lands &c. in the towns and fields of Welton and Daventre, 4½a. arable and a 'swath' of meadow, described, excepted, all which she together with her said husband had by the gift and feoffment of John 'at the Well', chaplain. Welton, Saturday before the Purification, 7 Henry IV. Witnesses:—John Malory and others (named). Seal.
[Worc.]A. 8390. Counterpart indenture between Walter Bromege late of Moseley of the one part and John Rayngnolde, John Slought and Henry Slought of the other, being the defeasance of his writing obligatory dated the feast of All Saints, 5 Edward IV, conditioned for their quiet enjoyment of the lands, tenements, rents, reversions and services he lately had within the gild (infra gildam) of Moseley. Three seals.
Glouc.A. 8391. Feoffment by John Moreton, clerk, to John Adams, otherwise called Buggegood and Isabel his wife, of all his lands, &c. within the borough of Thornbury, co. Gloucester. Witnesses:—John Foort, William Piers, John Frensshe and others, in the time of Richard Orchard and William Mulleward, bailiffs of the said borough. Thornbury, 23 March, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8392. Feoffment by Nicholas Coveley of Churche Lalleford, co. Warwick, John Prudde of Cotesbrook, Gilbert Lytster of Norhampton, and John Asshwell of Yelvertoft, to Alice Pydyngton of Yelvertoft, of the lands, &c. in Yelvertoft, which they had by her gift and feoffment. Yelvertoft, Friday before the feast of the Holy Trinity, 1 Edward IV. Two seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8393. Feoffment by John Tue of Welton to his son John of all his lands, &c. and goods, &c. in the town and fields of Welton. Welton, 9 May, 36 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]A. 8394. Feoffment by Thomas Reynolde of Buckeby, to Thomas Wylde, esquire, John Dyve, esquire, William Hyne, clerk, William Belgrave, 'gentilman,' and Richard Hyne, clerk, of all his lands, &c. in the town and fields of Buckeby. Buckeby, 5 April, 2 Edward IV. Fragments of seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8395. Feoffment by John Tumour of Asscheby Leger to John de Catesby son of William de Catesby, of a cottage with a curtilage adjacent in Asscheby Leger between the tenements of Nicholas Ayllene and Thomas Agaz, with free entry and exit by the gate (portam) late Roger Bacheler's which the said Nicholas then held, on horse or foot. Asscheby Leger, Saturday after the feast of St. Leger, 50 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw]A. 8396. Feoffment by William de Charrinden to Sir John de Bisshopusdon, knight, of his field called 'Sparhaukesfild' in Lappeworth, and the rents and services arising from the lands and tenements which Alice Stake and Thomas her son sometime held in Lappeworth; to hold for the term of his life with remainder to Hugh son of Henry de Braundeston and Christian his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to the heirs of Sir John. Lappeworth, Monday after the Nativity of the B.V.M., 10 Edward III. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 8397. General release by John Coumbe of Micham to William Mareys of the same. Witnesses:—Henry de Strete, Sir Richard, perpetual vicar of the church of Micham, Sir John Schaldewell, vicar of the church of Mordon, Thomas Est, Thomas Baker, and others. Micham, Monday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 35 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8398. Feoffment by Emma late the wife of Henry Peek of Yelvertoft, widow, to Robert Slefford and Isabel her daughter in frank marriage of the site of her manor of Yelvertoft &c. to them and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to herself and her heirs. Witnesses:—Theobald Swynfford and others (named). Yelvertoft, Sunday after St. Peter, 21 Richard II. Seal.
A. 8399. General release by Richard Bulstrede of London, 'gentilman,' to William Catesby, knight. 24 November, 33 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8400. Indenture, being the defeasance of a grant by John son and heir of John Adam of Braundeston, dwelling in Napton, to Nicholas Aillene of Assheby Leger, of 13s. 4d. rent from all his lands in Braundeston and Napton, conditioned for the quiet enjoyment by the said Nicholas of a messuage in Assheby Leger next the messuage of William Bacheler, chap- lain, and of 5a. land 3 roods meadow thereto adjacent. Assheby Leger, Sunday after St. Luke, 42 Edward III.