Deeds
A.8401 - A.8500

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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'Deeds: A.8401 - A.8500', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 302-318. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64399 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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A.8401 - A.8500

[Norf.]A. 8401. General release by Geoffrey Shroppham of Brunham Norton to John Gigges of Brunham Overey. 27 June, 6 Edward IV. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8402. Release by Thomas Peyton son of Thomas Peyton son of Thomas Peyton late of Esilham and of Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of Ellen daughter and heir of John Malorie and Joan his wife, to William Catesby, squire of the king's body, and John Catesby of Olthorp, esquire, and their heirs, of his right in the manor of Welton, co. Northampton, and in all other lands &c. there which ever belonged to the said Thomas Peyton late of Esilham and Margaret his wife or either of them; with warranty against the abbot of Westminster. 16 February, 2 Richard III. Seal. Memorandum endorsed of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll the said month and year.
Glouc.A. 8403. Release by Thomas Adams, son and heir of Adam Buggegode late of Moreton, and Margaret his wife, to William Adams of Moreton, co. Gloucester, of their right in the lands &c. which were Thomas Williams' in the hamlet (villata) and fields of Moreton within the manor of Thornbury. 6 March, 22 Henry VI. One seal.
A. 8404. Testament and will, with probate endorsed, of John Tyleworth the elder of Retyngdon, co. Essex, dated 1 July, A.D. 1500,15 Henry VII; to be buried 'in the churcheyerde of the parysshe churche of All Halowun of Retyngdon'; to high altar for tithes forgotten one bullock of 4s.; 'to the paymentynge of the seid churche,' 10s.; 'to the stolynge of the same,' 10s.; to his daughter Rose 5 marks; residue of goods to wife Alys and son John, executors. Witness:—'Maister Doctor Breten, parson of Seint Peters in Cornehill in London,' Thomas White and William Hunte.
Lands in Essex and elsewhere; wife to have tenements called 'Werons,' 'Prigeles' and 'Blakes' and a croft called 'Jordens' for life, with remainder to son John; said son to have tenements called 'Barons' and 'Spakemans'; to daughter Jone 'a parcell of land called 'Shittes Croft,' paying 5 marks to the said John her brother.
Proved before John Wood 'in decretis bacallario,' commissary general of Thomas, bishop of London, by the within named executors, 23 July, the said year.
A. 8405. Indenture made 14 June, 16 Henry VII, between Sir Guy Wolston, knight, and Dame Margaret his wife, of the one part, and Richard Emson, gentleman, of the other, whereby the said Richard agreed to be content with 200l. to be received from the said Sir Guy, in the event of the death of Audrey, daughter of the said Guy and Margaret, and wife of Thomas Emson his son and heir apparent, before the said marriage was consummated; in lieu of repayment in full, on security of land, of all sums he might have paid the said Guy in respect of the said marriage, as formerly covenanted between them. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 8406. Feoffment by John Parker of Becclys, John Walles of Aldeby alias John Walles the younger of Alby, John Lowes of Gelyngham, and John H . . . at the instance and request of the executors of the testament of John Chirchehows late of Wyndell, to Ralph Willoughby, John Gryce of Norwich, gentleman, John Hunne and John Bowys, of a messuage with a pightel (pictillo) adjacent, and of all those messuages, &c. in the towns of Gelyngham, Wyndell, Wynston and Geldeston, or elsewhere in the soke of Stocton, which lately were of William Hobby . . . and which they, together with the said John Chirchehous, lately had by the grant of John Grene of Becclys, clerk, and William Kekell of Wyndell, by charter dated at Gellyngham, 20 October, . . . Henry VII.; attorney to deliver seisin, Nicholas . . . ., chaplain. Gelyngham, 23 August, 14 Henry VII. Three seals.
Warw.A. 8407. Feoffment by John Hathewyk, esquire, to William Hastynges knight, lord de Hastynges, John Catesby, justice of the Common Bench, John Huggeford, Richard Knyghtley, Richard Boughton and John Catesby, esquires, Thomas Kebeell, Robert Handy and Thomas Barker, of the manor of Oxshelf, five messuages, a toft, ten virgates of land and the rent of a grain of pepper in Oxshelf, co. Warwick; attorneys to deliver seisin, Henry Griffith and William Letilhay. Witnesses:—Simon Mountford, Edward Rawley and Richard Verney, knights, Robert Throgmerton and John Peyto. 6 February, 21 Edward IV.
[Glouc.]A. 8408. Indenture of demise by William Adam son and heir of Adam Buggegode, late of Moreton, to Margaret late the wife of Thomas Adams, for the term of her life, at 18d. rent, of a messuage, &c. as the said Adam held them in the town and fields of Moreton, doing repairs, &c. Moreton, 1 October, 25 Henry VI. Seal.
Bedf.A. 8409. Counterpart indenture made 19 December, 9 Henry VII, being the memorandum of the sale by Edmund Lucy, esquire, to John Fyssher the elder and John Taylour of Stevyngton, of a wood called 'Pakenham Parke,' in the lordship of Carleton, with 'fre incurse and owtecurse for the fallinge caryynge and remeavynge of the same wode' from the day of date to the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, A.D. 1495, &c. English. Seals.
Warw.A. 8410. Acknowledgement by Richard Fullwode of Tounworth, esquire, cousin and next heir of Sir Robert Fullwode, late vicar of the church of Tounworth, that Thomas Byllynge, the elder, John Catesby, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Throgmarton, Nicholas Catesby and Edmund Newnham were lawfully and peacefully seised of all the lands &c. in the town and fields of Lappworth, co. Warwick, which formerly belonged to Paulin Brome of Lappworth; with release to them of all his right therein. Lappworth, 20 January, 4 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8411. Feoffment by Edith late the wife of John Broun of Tone- worth, widow, to James Broun her son, of the lands which she had by the gift and feoffment of her said husband there; to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to Thomas Broun her son, his heirs and assigns. Toneworth, Saturday the feast of St. Gregory, 10 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8412. Demise by John son of Henry le Eyr of Welton to Juliana his daughter and Richard, William and John his sons for their lives in survivorship, of 9a. arable in Welton fields, position described. Welton, Monday before St. Dunstan, 23 Edward III. Seal.
Warw.A. 8413. Letter of attorney by John de Catesby of Asshby Legier to his son William to deal with his cousin Sir John de Beauchamp of Holt in all matters concerning the manor of Bobenhull, co. Warwick, to last over Hilary term next. Asshby Legier, 16 January, 4 Henry IV. French.
[Salop.]A. 8414. Counterpart of demise by Richard Archer, esquire, lord of Huggeford to William Soud and John Walker, for twelve years, at 25s. rent, of a pasture called 'Lytul Stokton' with two cock-glades (gallivolat') &c. Stottefold, on the feast of the B.V.M., 2 Edward IV. Seals.
N'hamp.A. 8415. Feoffment by Robert Hendeman of Whest (sic) Haddon to William Catesby, John Catesby of Olthorp, Thomas Kebeel, John Catesby and Henry att Woode, of all his lands &c. in the town and fields of Holwell, co. Norhampton. Holwell, 1 April, 22 Edward IV.
[Warw.]A. 8416. Feoffment by Thomas le Straunge, esquire, to John Catesby one of the justices of the king of the Common Bench, William Catesby, esquire, John Catesby, Thomas Catesby, Henry Gryffyth and Thomas Norys, of a meadow or the crop (vesturam) of the same, as it lies under Preston, which formerly was Lawrence de Caldecote's; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Salbrigge and William Spenser. 8 January, 21 Edward [IV.] Seal.
[Bedf.]A. 8417. Counterpart of demise by William Lucy of Charlecote, co. Warwyc, 'esquyer,' to Thomas Hunt of Bedford, 'glover,' of a pasture called 'Trayles' in the fields of Ravensden and lands in the fields of Thyrlee, late in the tenure of Stephen Kyng of Ravensden; for eighty years at 30s. rent. Charlecote, Michaelmas, 22 Edward IV. Seal.
Glouc.A. 8418. Grant by John Grevile, esquire, to Richard Emson, for his good counsel past and to come, of a yearly rent of 100s. from the manor of Sesoncote, co. Gloucester, for life. 24 November, 14 Henry VII. Signature of 'John Grevyll.' Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 8419. Indenture of demise by the abbot of Stanley and the convent of the same to Walter Putte of Alynton for life of a close lying at Jays called 'Pykecroft,' at 7s. rent. Stanley, Lady Day, 35 Henry VI.
[Warw.]A. 8420. Bond by John Broune of Baddesley Clynton, co. Warwick, the elder, to William Catesby, knight, in 100l. due at Christmas next, conditioned for his acceptance of the award of Thomas Throkmerton, Henry Boteler, and John Beaufitz to be delivered before the Epiphany next, touching the title to lands in Lapworth, co. Warwick, late belonging to John Brome of the same, in dispute between Catesby and himself, or, in case the arbitrators failed to agree, that he should stand to the award of Eobert Danby, knight, chief justice of the king of the common bench, and John Nedeham, knight, one of the justices of the king of the same bench, to be delivered before the Purification next. 17 September, 6 Edward IV. Seal.
Warw.A. 8421. Indenture, being an acquittance by Nicholas Catesby, son and heir of Robert Catesby, 'esquyer,' to Dame Margerye Belyngam, 'wydowe, somtyme wiffe to Thomas Ryton otherwise Draper,' for 13s. 4d. in full of an annuity of that amount and all arrears due to the said Nicholas from lands, &c. in the 'towne and feldes' of Bobenhull, co. Warwick, which were the said Thomas Ryton's, and which she held for term of her life with reversion to the right heirs of the said Thomas. The last day of September, 14 Henry VII. English. Seal, broken.
[Surrey.]A. 8422. Indenture of bargain and sale, 10 December, 18 Henry VII, by Edmund Scopeham of Walworth, co. Surrey, gentleman, to John Wrey, serjeant of the king's ewery, of three tenements and gardens in the parish of Shene otherwise called Richemounte, one tenement and garden being freehold, wherein the said John then dwelt, and the rest copyhold, occupied by Andrew Hosier and one called 'blacke Henry'; the said tenements being bounded north by a tenement of the said Edmund wherein John Dale then dwelt, south by another tenement, garden and barn of the said Edmund wherein Richard Recolver then dwelt, and the said barn belonged to a tenement of the said Edmund called 'the Croune,' west by the 'Freres Walle,' and east by the king's highway; consideration 59l., 30l. paid in land and 29l. at Christmas next. Seal.
[Heref]A. 8423. Feoffment by John de Eygnon, vicar of the church of Webbeley, Thomas Lyghtfote of Newton, Thomas Bruyne of Weston, Richard Barbour of Hereford, John Swayneston of the same, Richard Milleson and Richard le Smyth of Webbeley, to John Garewey of Leye, William Mymme and Robert Bowre, of a messuage with buildings containing a half burgage of land with its appurtenances, in Webbeley, which messuage lately belonged to Thomas Smyth the elder, situate between land of Thomas Smyth the younger and the road to Webbeley castle, and abutting on the road to Leomynstre and on the said castle, and which with other lands they had by the gift and feoffment of the said Thomas Smyth the elder. Webbeley, 20 August, 16 Henry VI.
[Warw.]A. 8424. Feoffment by John Hancokkes of Aston Cantelow, cousin and next heir of John Aston, chaplain, late deceased, to Thomas Byllyng, the elder, John Catesby, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Throgmarton, Nicholas Catesby and Edmund Newenham, of the lands, &c. in the town and fields of Lappworth, Kyngeswode, and Belledesert, which the said John Aston formerly had, jointly with others since deceased, by the gift and feoffment of John Brome of Lappworth and Margery his wife. Lappworth, 15 January, 4 Edward IV. Witnesses:—Simon Mountfort, knight, Thomas Burdett, esquire, William Harwelle, esquire, and others (named). Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8425. Feoffment by John Sharpe of Bristol and Elizabeth his wife, to John Catesby, esquire, of lands, &c. with the site of a water-mill in the town and fields of Welton, formerly of Thomas Durham of Bristol. Welton, Tuesday before the Purification, 8 Henry VI. Seals.
A. 8426. Bond by Thomas Pratte, citizen of London, 'iremonger,' to William Focray in 6l. at Easter next, conditioned for his bringing a 'sufficient discharge unto the within wryten William Focray of a somme of vj. li. within reherced at his vwe nexte to be made in thescheker.' 10 April, 4 Henry VII. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8427. Release by William Walsh to Nicholas Walsh of his right in two crofts of pasture he had demised to the said Nicholas for three years from Michaelmas, 14 Edward IV, in the town and fields of Watford, co. Northampton; which crofts, with other things he had, together with William Chamberleyn, since deceased, by the grant of John Watford. 24 September, 14 Edward IV. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8428. Grant by Thomas Vaghan,. knight, and John Wode, esquire, to William Catesby, esquire, of the office of steward of the manors of Burton Latymer and Corby, co. Northampton, by himself or his sufficient deputy, during the minority of Richard Nevell, lord de Latymer, with the fee of 26s. 8d. 3 July, 22 Edward IV. Signed. One seal remaining.
Endorsed: The patent of Corby stewardship.
N'hamp.A. 8429. Counterpart of demise by dame Margaret Catesby, widow, and William Catesby, knight, to Richard Taylour of Helyden, co. Northamp- ton, husbandman, of a messuage there with a fardel (quatrona) of arable adjacent, and a croft called 'Tymholme' with 3½a. adjacent, for ten years at 12s. rent. Michaelmas, 31 Henry VI. Seal.
Warw.A. 8430. Sale by Robert Tahogge son and heir of Margaret Tahogge one of the daughters and heirs of Robert Yoman, and Nicholas Cayser and Margery his wife, daughter and heir of Emma Purser, the other of the daughters and heirs of the said Robert Yoman, to Nicholas Catesby, the elder, of a mes- suage and 16a. arable with appurtenances in the town and fields of Ryton in the parish of Bulkynton, co. Warwick, which descended to the said Margaret and Emma on their said father's decease; attorney to deliver seisin, Charles Harcourt. Ryton, 10 March, 15 Henry VII. Witnesses:— John Boteler of Exhale, gentilman, Nicholas Purfrey, 'gentilman,' and others (named). Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8431. Feoffment by John Hylle of Cotesbroke, co. Northampton, to Richard Ynglond of Welton, younger son of the late John Ynglond of the same and of Agnes his wife, of the lands &c. they had by the gift and feoffment of Thomas Colett and Thomas Napton in the town and fields of Welton. Welton, 10 March, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
Sussex.A. 8432. Counterpart indenture, being a feoffment by Richard and John Weston of Maideston, co. Kent, to John Chilly of Hethfelde, Nicholas Pukkisty of Wadeherst, Nicholas Saxpees of Maierisfelde, co. Sussex, and John Norman of the same, and the heirs and assigns of the said John Chilly, of lands and tenements called 'Alchornys' in the parish of Buxstede, co. Sussex, which they lately had by the gift and feoffment of William Weston of Buxstede, on condition that the said John Chilly, his heirs, executors and assigns should find the said William Weston and Denise his wife in all necessaries (victum et vestitum lineum lancum calciamentum et lectum et omnia alia necessaria) during the life of the said William; or, if the said William and Denise wished otherwise (conventiones prescriptas concordare noluerint), should pay them during the said William's life 20s. by half yearly payments at Michaelmas and Easter; or, if the said Denise survived the said William, should pay her 10s. yearly on the said feasts; and also should pay to them, the said Richard and John Weston, their heirs and assigns, 5 marks 6s. 8d. by consecutive quarterly payments. Buxstede, 4 June, 16 Henry VII. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 8433. Letter of attorney by John Basyngham, son of John Basyngham of Basyngham, James Gresham, James Greneweye and John Cokke of Antyngham, to John Basyngham the elder and Robert Cromere, to deliver seisin to Thomas Bokkyng of Toun Bernyngham, William Bokkyng of the same, his father, and Clement Bokkyng of the same, his brother, 1½a. land in Toun Bernyngham and Basyngham lying in five pieces, according to the form of a charter indented thereof made to them, dated at Basyngham, 10 November, 49 and 1 Henry VI. Dated the place and year above said. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8434. Counterpart indenture between John de Catesby the elder of the one part and Philip de Frauncton and Alice his wife of the other, witnessing that whereas the said Philip and Alice held for the term of their lives 8a. arable with heads (cheviciis) and 1½a. meadow in Heliden next Catesby by the demise of William Pere, chaplain, and Richard Taskere of Catesby, without impeachment of waste (occasione rasti), and by doing for the said William and Richard the services due therefore; and whereas the said William and Richard had since granted the reversion of the premises to the said John de Catesby; the said Philip and Alice by the said indenture attorned to the said John, and did fealty. Catesby, Friday after the Annunciation, 4 Henry IV. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8435. Indenture of sale by John Malory of Welton, esquire, to William Bailly of Watteford, of the wood and underwood growing within a parcel of the grove (grovette) of his manor at Welton, between the ditch by 'le Neuwode' to a hedge and the water of 'le mote' of the said manor, and from a gate (porta) called 'le posterne yate' to 'le mote,' three oaks and a tree called 'elme' growing there excepted; also the wood and underwood between hedges and 'le longepole'; the said William to have free entry and exit to the grove with leave to cut and carry from the day of date to the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula next and for a year following, paying 10l. at Christmas and 8l. at the following Easter; the said John acquitting the prior and convent of Daventry of any tithe they might claim. 1 October, 6 Henry V. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8436. Letter of attorney by William Assheby otherwise called William Tumour, to Henry Cokkes, clerk, and John Ynglond of Welton to receive seisin of a croft in Falcleff called 'Tornecroffte,' according to a charter of fee simple thereof made to him by Edmund, earl of Kent, lord de Hastyngez, Weysford and de Ruthyn, William Herteshorn, Thomas Fyssher the younger, clerk, and William Messanger. 9 May, 7 Edward IV. Seal.
Warw.A. 8437. Declaration by Richard Archer, 'squyer,' that, whereas it was 'oponly noysed withyn the Counte of Warrewyk' that Richard Smalbroke late of Tonworth in the said county, 'yoman, shuld be seased' of land, &c. late Thomas Brounez in Toneworth, held of him the said Richard Archer as of his manor of Tonworth by knight service, the said Richard Smalbroke was never so seised and was never his tenant to his court of Toneworth therefor; but one Thomas Wodeyate having taken to wife Alice daughter and heir of Thomas and Agnes Broun of Tone- worth, who died seised of the said land, &c. and being seised thereof in right of his said wife, enfeoffed Roger Smert late of Killyngworth, 'squyer,' John Smert, Robert Hugford and him the said Richard Archer, John Wodlowe, Thomas the younger son of him the aforesaid Thomas Wodeyate and Richard brother to the said Thomas Wodeyate the younger thereof; all which feoffees with the exception of himself the said Richard Archer and the said Richard Wodeyate had since died, whereby the whole right in the said land, &c. was in them the said Richard and Richard, 'whech maters comprised in this my writyng ben verey true,' &c., 'by the feith that I owe to god and to alle the world, and that I will witnesse and make good as a gentilman owe to do in this byhalf.' 'Yoven at my maner of Stotfold,' 12 August, 8 Edward IV. Seal.
N'hamp. Warw.A. 8438. Letter of attorney by William Catesby, knight, to Henry Gryffyn, 'gentilman,' and Thomas Norrys, to receive seisin from John Stanbyry, bishop of Hereford, John Fortescu, knight, Thomas Byllyng, chief justice of the king for pleas to be held before the king himself, John Barre, knight, Thomas Palmer, esquire, Robert Tanfeld, John Catesby of Olthorp, esquire, John Laude, clerk, and Edmund Newnham, of lands &c. in the city of Coventry and in Corley, co. Warwick, and in a field called 'Barons Felde' next the said city, as also in Welton, co. Northampton, all of which they, with others since deceased, had by the gift and feoffment of Robert Catesby the elder, esquire, and John Watson, clerk. 12 March, 13 Edward IV. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8439. Letter of attorney by Thomas Malchere of Waldyngfelde, co. Suffolk, to John Goodsone and Thomas Weleby of Braunston to deliver seisin to John Turnour and Elisabet his wife and John's heirs, of a messuage in Falclyve, next the highway and abutting 'in to Falhamgrene' called 'le Cornecroft.' Assheby Legere, Wednesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 2 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8440. Feoffment by Thomas Malcher of Waldyngfeld, co. Suffolk, heir of Peter Malcher formerly of Braunston, to John Tumour of Asscheby Logger and Elizabeth his wife and John's heirs and assigns, of a messuage in Falclyve next the highway and abutting 'in to Falhamgrene' called 'le Corne Croft.' Braunston, Wednesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 2 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8441. Release by John Clerk of Braunston son and heir of Thomas Clerk, to Thomas Malchere son and heir of Thomas Malchere, of his right in a messuage in Falklyve next the highway and abutting 'into Falham Grene' called 'le Cornecrofte,' which one William Malchere of Braunston formerly by charter gave to Margery and Isabel his daughters and their heirs. Braunston, Tuesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 2 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8442. Feoffment by Richard Craunforde of Yelvertoft son and heir of Henry Craunforde of the same, to Richard Isowde otherwise called Richard Quenburgh of the same, and Richard Gibbus of Welton next Daventre of a messuage with its appurtenances in Yelvertoft, next the tenement of lord de la Souch on one side and William Briton's tenement on the other, also of forty acres of arable lying dispersed (particulariter) in the fields of Yelvertoft, together with the undermentioned meadows and with feedings and pastures to the said forty acres in any way belonging; whereof in the field called 'by nethe town feld' a rood lies on 'Dedlond' next land of lord de la Souch, a rood on 'Aulowe' next land of the said lord, half an acre in the same tillage (cultura) next land of John Pedyngton, three roods together on 'Dedlond' next land of lord le Spencer &c.; seven swathes of meadow together in Ast Meduwe next meadow of Emma Harowdon, &c. Dated at Yelvertoft, the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, 4 Henry V. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8443. Counterpart of demise by Emma late the wife of John de Catesby, and John son and heir of the said John de Catesby, to Robert Halughton of Coventre, 'barbour,' and John his son, of a tenement in 'le Iremonggerrowe' in Coventre, between a tenement of the prior and convent of Coventre and that of Thomas Compton, &c. for thirty years by 26s. 8d. rent. Witnesses:—William Belgrave, then mayor, William Styll and Geoffrey Flore, bailiffs of Coventre, Richard Goye, William Kerusley. Coventre, Friday before the feast of the Holy Trinity, 5 Henry V. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8444. Indenture tripartite, being a feoffment by Henry Lordessone otherwise called Henry de la Heus, chaplain, and Peter Tekene of Yelvertoft, to John Tekene son of the late Richard Tekene of Yelvertoft, of 12a. arable in Yelvertoft fields, one-half acre in 'le Holowmere,' one-half acre in 'le Porte Weie, &c., one acre lying together on 'Longmalow' next land of the lord de la Souche, &c., together with a fardel (quartrona) of pasture in Yelvertoft field, one 'swath' and a certain 'hach' in 'le Estmedue' next land of Alexander Asshwell, one 'swath' in the same meadow next William Briton's meadow in 'le Hospitall,' and one 'swath' there next William Bikerton's meadow; to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to Thomas Tekene his brother and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to William Tekene his brother and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to John Pynton, William Bikerton, Richard Craunforde, John Asshby, John Robert and Thomas Gundewyn, all of Yelvertoft, for sale to be disposed for the souls of Thomas Tekene and Margery his wife and all faithful departed. Yelvertoft, 20 June, 3 Henry V. Witnesses:—Sir John Mayhu rector of Yelvertoft, Richard Rokeby of Creek, and others (named). Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8445. Feoffment by Alan Ferthyng of Nether Schuckeburgh and Christian his wife, to John de Catesby, of the rent and services issuing from the tenements and lands which Thomas Scheperde held of them in the said town for life, with the reversion of the said premises expectant on his decease to which they were entitled for the term of the life of the said Christian. Sunday the feast of St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 4 Richard II. Seals.
N'hamp.A. 8446. Indenture being a licence by Richard son and heir of Joan Ryvell of Bukby, the reversioner, to William Attulburgh of Coventre, merchant, the tenant for life of lands &c. in Bukby, co. Northampton, to grant leases for term of his, the said William's, life, or at will, with provision contained in them that, in whatever year the said William should chance to die (ab hac ralle miserie transire), the said tenants might cut, &c. and carry their crops then in the ground to the grange, 'le Shepene' and 'le Heyhous' of the manor of Bukby, there to be ground &c., paying to him, the said John, or his heirs, the rents they were used to pay to the said William. Witnesses:— John Goot, mayor, Nicholas Dodenhale and Peter Weston, bailiffs of Coventry and others (named). Coventre, 4 February, 12 Henry IV. Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8447. Indenture of demise by William atte Brygge, vicar of Asscheby Leger, and John Doget, chaplain, to John Smyth of Welton and Margery his wife, for twenty years, of a messuage, a virgate of land and 4a. meadow in the town and fields of Welton, which they had by the gift and feoffment of Henry Eyre, of Welton, a moiety of 'le Nethercroft' excepted, which croft and messuage lie next the messuage of Henry Brokhole; the rent, during Henry Eyre's life, to be 20s. to be paid at Michaelmas, the Purification and Whitsuntide equally, and after the death of the said Henry, if it occur within the said term, 16s. 8d.; the said John and Margery covenant to plough and cultivate 10a. of the said Henry's land, to sow it with his seed and to carry the sheaves to his house; his widow, or if she re-marry, his children, to have the like, on condition they find a sufficient horse for the said John and Margery &c. Welton, Monday the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, 17 Richard II. Seal.
Leic.A. 8448. Bond by Henry Wright, citizen and draper (pannarium) of London, to Nicholas Cowley of Swynford, co. Leicester, 'gentilman,' in 40l. on the feast of St. Martin in Winter then next. 2 June, 23 Henry VI.
[Warw.]A. 8449. Counterpart of demise by John Stanbury, bishop of Hereford, John Barre, knight, William Breteyn, clerk, John Norys, esquire, Thomas Billyng the elder, Thomas Palmer, esquire, Robert Tanfeld, John Catesby, esquire, John Lound, clerk, William Foreshawe, clerk, Edmund Newenham, William Catesby, knight, and William Catesby, esquire, his son, to Richard Sampson of Coventre, 'deyster,' for sixty years, of a messuage in Coventry, three bays (baiarum) long, in 'Catesby Lane,' opposite the great chamber of their capital messuage then in the said Richard's tenure, by 20d. rent and on condition of rebuilding a house and chamber occupying the whole space of the said messuage before Midsummer next, viz. of oak timber with posts (postibus) 15 feet high on stones 1½ feet high, fit for plaster of 'Parys' on all the walls except the walls (muribus) called 'les helowe wowes'; the chamber with its 'flore' to be, &c.; the chamber to be 'giteyed' for two feet toward the lane; doors and windows to be made with good 'gryse,' &c. Coventre, 6 August, 4 Edward IV. Seal, broken.
N'hamp.A. 8450. Release by Thomas Peyton, son and heir of Thomas Peyton, son of Thomas Peyton late of Esilham, to William Catesby, Squire of the King's Body, and John Catesby of Olthorp, esquire, of his right in the manor of Welton, co. Northampton, and in all lands &c. there which ever were his said grandfather's. 16 February, 2 Richard III. Seal.
Heref.A. 8451. Counterpart of demise by 'William Catesby, knyght, and dame Jane his wyfe,' to Thomas ap Gryffith ap Ll[ewelli]n of 'the maner of Lecton within the shyre of Hereford,' for three years from 'Mighalmasse,' A.D. 1464 by 21 marks rent, &c. 1 August, 3 Edward IV. English. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 8452. Feoffment by John Grickes of Langham to John Gigges of Brunham, Roger Touneshend, Robert Gigges of Wyghton, John Gigges of South Creyk and Thomas Gigges of Bermer, of a place of land formerly built on (quondam edificatam) in Brunham St. Clement's west of 'le Dale' between a messuage of the prior of Peterston on the north and land of the abbot of Derham on the south, the east head abutting on the common marsh and the west on the path from Holmys to Holkham church; with 3a. land in the field of Brunham St. Clement, in divers pieces, viz. 1½a. at 'Market- mere' land of the said prior on the south and of the said John Gigges of Brunham on the north, one head abutting on the path from Holmys to Peterston; 3½ roods west of 'le Dale' called 'Hedlondlond' between land of Thomas Thyrlowe on the east and of William Calthorp, knight, on the west, the north head abutting on land of the manor of 'Burghalle' and the south head on land of the said abbot; ½a. and ½ rood at 'Lynghowe,' land of the said prior on the north and of the said William Calthorp on the south, the east head abutting on the road (viam) called 'Dalegate' and the west on land of the said prior; all which place and land he had by the gift of John Newgate of Holkham, by deed dated at Holkham, 4 September, 5 Edward IV; attorneys to deliver seisin, Simon Comyn, clerk, and Andrew Balteys. Brunham, 8 February, 49 and 1 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 8453. Feoffment by William Bylneye, dwelling in Brunham Westegate to Sewallus son of John of Holkham and William Fuller of Helgheton, of a messuage with buildings in Brunham St. Clement's, west of 'le Dale' between a messuage of the prior and convent of Petyrston on the north and land of the abbot of Derham on the south, the east head abutting on the common marsh and the west on the path from Holmys to Holkham church; with 3a. land in the field of Brunham St. Clement, lying in divers pieces, viz. l½a. at Marketmere, between land of the said prior on the south, land late Margaret Rust's on the north, and the west head abuts on the common path from Holmys to Petyrston; 3½ roods west of 'le Dale' called 'Hefdlondlond' between land of John Fawkys on the east, of Sir William Calthorp, knight, on the west, of 'le Burghalle' on the north, and of the said abbot on the south; ½a. ½ rood at 'Lynghowe' between land of the said prior on the north and west, of Sir William Calthorp on the south, and the way called 'Dalegate' on the east. Brunham, Saturday before St. Peter and St. Paul, 12 Henry IV. Seal.
Endorsed: The mese Gonthorp hath quere thestate from Sewall. A full disproff of thacre Calth[orp] clayme in my iiij. acre pece if the path lay at the west hed thereof in dede thold path went so and it yet come very near yt. The iij. rod. di Hedlondlond at Thornbowes which Clark my fermer hath. The di. acre di. rod. at Lyngho which Fowle hath occupied unjustly by — yerez. Also a messuage with iij. acres of herrabol lond in Burnham Sent Clements at the merssh side in the devison of Holkham and Burnham whereof Gonthorp hath the mese, and Black the Hedlondlond and Fowle the di. acr. di. rod. and the j. acr. di.
[Heref.]A. 8454. Bond by Thomas ap Griffith ap Ll[ewelli]n, John Esbache, the elder, Roger Bagge, Geoffrey D[avi]d Mawr, and Hugh Keyowe, to William Catesby, knight, and Joan his wife, in 40l. due at the Purification next, conditioned for the observance by the said Thomas of the covenants contained in an indenture of lease for years of the farm of Lecton. 7 March, 4 Edward IV. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8455. Indenture between John Huet of Hattun in Wodelond of the one part and William Smyth of Waltun of the other witnessing that the said William is bound by that writing obligatory to the said John for the covenants made between them in the hearing of William Grene and William Pert; also the said William has granted and demised to the said John for life eight selions of land next the corner (angulum) called 'Oldedych' and one meadow with its appurtenances next the little copse (parvam gravetam) of the prioress of Wroxhale and 'Wilmecrofftus,' free of all rent, but the said William shall pay the said prioress half a heriot for entry when the time come. Hattun, Thursday the feast of St. Hilary the Bishop, 19 Richard II. One seal remaining.
[Heref.]A. 8456. Feoffment by Thomas Lynke, chaplain, and William Swayne to John Fraunce and Katharine his wife daughter of William Lynke, of the moiety of a messuage and 8a. land in Tretylle in the town of Tredonok within the fee of the hundred of Wormelou, 7a. being in 'Pantefeld' and la. above the messuage in the close there, all which they had by the gift and feoff- ment of the said John; to hold to the said John and Katharine and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to John's right heirs. Tretylle, the feast of St. Clement the Pope, 22 Henry VII. One seal, broken.
N'hamp.A. 8457. Bond by John Leght, vicar of Nasby, co. Northampton, clerk, to William Catesby, esquire, in 20 marks due at Michaelmas next, conditioned for the payment 'erly' of 13s. 4d. 'while he is vekery of Nasby.' 20 April, 21 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent. London.A. 8458. Indenture between Thomas, 'pryour of the Priory or Chirch of the Holy Trynytee in London callid Cristchirch,' and the convent of the same, of the one part, and John Bamme, 'squyer,' of the other, 8 July, 1 Richard III, witnessing that the said John had delivered to them 'two grete boxes within a litle standyng cheste lokked the key therof remayning with the seid John,' one box containing evidences relating to the 'manoir of Charles' and divers other his lands 'in the parissh of Dertford within the shire of Kent,' and the other box evidences touching lands, &c. of the said John and Elizabeth his wife, within the city of London, 'to thentent as foleweth':—that whereas the prior and convent had granted at the instance of the said John an annuity of 15l. 'to Dame Alys Hampton, cosyn and heir of Sir Wyllyam Hampton, knyght, late citezein and Alderman of London, and to John Dynham, knyght, lorde Dynham,' for term of her life; 'for which graunte so made and for the suertee of the seid Priour and Covent and their successours for the same ther was astate made in fee by John Northwode, squyer, of the forseid manoir of Charles with thappurtenaunces and othir landes and tenementes within the parissh of Dertford afforseid,' 'to William Heryot, knyght, citezein and alderman of London, Wyllyam Calowe, serjaunt of the lawe, John Brown, gent. and othir to thentent as in certein indentures therof made bitwene the forseid Priour and Covent and the forseid John Bamme more playnly apperith'; and for their further security a lease was made to the said prior and convent for 60 years by the said Heryot, Calowe, Brown and others who were then seised thereof, of the above-mentioned lands &c. in London, as by their writing indented appeared; in the event of the said prior and convent suffering any hurt in respect of the said annuity, if the said John Bamme made the same good to them, then the said evidences to be to the use of the said John and upon his request to be delivered to him after the death of the said Dame Alys, or if he did not indemnify them, the evidences in the one box relating to the manor of Charles and land &c. in Dertford to be to the said prior and convent for ever 'as their own proper goodes,' the evidences relating to lands &c. in London to remain in their custody till the end of the said term of 60 years, and thereafter to be delivered to the said John, his heirs or assigns.
[Warw]A. 8459. Letter of attorney by John Hancokkes of Aston Cantelowe, son and heir of Alice, daughter and heir of Agnes, sister and heir of John Aston, chaplain, late deceased, to Simon Symons and Thomas Norris, to receive seisin of all the lands &c. in the towns and fields of Lappworth and Kyngeswode, co. Warwick, which the said John Aston, jointly with Thomas Burdett, knight, Thomas Creuwe, Robert Burdett and John Attegrene of Lappworth, whom he survived, had by the gift and feoffment of John Brome of Lappworth aforesaid and Margery his wife. Lappworth, 14 January, 4 Edward IV. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8460. Letter of attorney by John Malory of Welton, co. North- ampton, esquire, to Eoger Power of Draughton, to deliver seisin to John Stele, clerk, and John Falclyf, clerk, of the manor of Welton aforesaid, according to the effect of his charter of fee simple thereof made to them. 27 January, 6 Henry VI.
N'hamp.A. 8461. Feoffment of even date by same to same of same. Frag- ment of seal of arms.
[N'hamp.]A. 8462. Counterpart of demise by Thomas Payton, esquire, to Thomas Stanbrygge of Welton and Joan his wife of the site of the manor of Welton with land &c. thereto belonging for nine years from Michaelmas then last, at 12 marks rent &c. 22 November, 4 Edward IV. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8463. Counterpart of demise by John Bernard, knight, to Thomas Stanbrygge of Welton, of the site of the manor of Welton, with land &c. thereto belonging, from Michaelmas then next for twelve years, at 10 marks rent &c. 24 November, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8464. Counterpart of demise by Thomas Payton, esquire, to William Stanbrygge of Welton and Margery his wife, of the site of the manor of Welton with land &c. thereto belonging, from Michaelmas then next for 21 years, at 12 marks rent &c. 16 May, 21 Edward IV.
[N'hamp.]A. 8465. Counterpart of demise by Thomas Payton and Thomas Payton his son to Thomas Stanbryge and Joan his wife and William their son of the site of the manor of Welton, for nine years, at 12 marks rent &c. 20 August, 12 Edward IV. Seals. Injured.
[Glouc.]A. 8466. Letter of attorney by Thomas Excestre of Bristoll and Agnes his wife to William Piers and Thomas Clerk of Thornbury to deliver seisin to John Danyell of 4 messuages, 2 closes and 2½a. land according to their charter thereof. 26 August, 31 Henry VI. Seals.
Warw.A. 8467. Release by Thomas Burdet, knight (chivaler), to William de Bisschopesdon, knight (militi), of his right in the manor of Lappeworth Halle, co. Warwick. Witnesses:—Alfred (Alucredo) Trussell, knight (chivaler), John Harewell, John Mallery, Nicholas Saucer, William Hawe. Lappeworth, the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 7 Henry V. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8468. Feoffment by Edmund, earl of Kent, lord de Hastyngez, Weysford and de Ruthyn, William Herteshorn, Thomas Fyssher the younger, clerk, and William Messanger, to William Assheby otherwise called William Turnour, of a croft in Falcleff called 'Cornecroft,' which they, together with William Furtho and William Horn, esquires, and John Assheby, clerk, since deceased, had by the gift and feoffment of the said William Assheby; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Horne and Henry Cokkes, clerk. Witnesses:—John Dyve, Roger Salesbury and William Newenham, esquires. 9 May, 7 Edward IV. Two seals.
N'hamp.A. 8469. Bond by Thomas Stoke of Assheby Legger, co. Northampton, to John Cheyham, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Thomas Litlyngton of the same city, in 26 marks due 1 July then next, conditioned for the payment of 21s. 8d. on 1 July, the like in the quinzaine of Michaelmas following, the like within three weeks of Christmas following, the like within three weeks of Michaelmas following, and so on yearly on the said days till 13 marks should have been paid. The morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 16 Richard II.
[Warw.]A. 8470. Counterpart indenture between William Attelburgh, mayor of Coventry, of the one part and Robert Huggeford of the other, being an agree- ment that Richard Rivell step-son (titz en ley),of the said William should with the consent of Joan his mother, wife of the said William, espouse Margery Robert's daughter in the parish church of Mulverton with all speed (en tut haste possible) and that the said Robert should thereupon pay 20l. to the said William to be employed for their benefit; and the said William granted that on the death of the said Joan an extent should be made of all the lands &c. wherein he had a life estate, and that from the total 6 marks should be deducted yearly during his life to find a chaplain to pray for the father and mother of the said Joan and all Christian souls, and that of the residue half should remain to his own use and the other half to the use of the said Richard and Margery. Done at Eddemescote, Saturday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 8 Henry IV. Seal (a buck's head caboshed), with legend 'R. Hugge- forde.' French.
[Norf.]A. 8471. Testament, with will annexed, of John Giggys of Brunham St. Clements, dated Tuesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, A.D. 1476; to be buried in the church of St. Clement, to high altar 6s. 8d.; to repairs of said church 20s.; to the brotherhood of the gild of St. Clement there 2s.; to the brotherhood of the gild of St. John there 2s.; to the light of St. Mary there 2s.; to the common light there 2s.; to the house of friars Carmelite in Brunham 5 quarters of barley; to John Lely his servant 1 quarter of barley; to Katharine Swan, the like; to Margery Bocher 1 quarter of malt; godchildren 1 bushel of barley each; residue to wife Alice, who had to bear the great charge of his tender children begotten on his other wife, for the maintenance of the said children, &c.; executors, the said Alice, master William Cotyng, Robert Giggys of Wighton and Thomas Giggis brother of the said Robert; overseer, Roger Tounesende.
Will of even date; wife Alice, who greatly enriched him in goods and chattels when she married him and who had great charges to bear for him, to enjoy for term of her life his manor called 'Veutres' with lands &c. thereto belonging in the towns of Brunham St. Clement's, Brunham Thorp, Brunham Sutton, Brunham St. Andrew, Brunham Ulp, Brunham St. Edmund's, Brunham Westgate, Brunham Norton, Holkham and Warham; a messuage with its appurtenances in the said towns of St. Clement's, Brunham Thorp and Brunham Sutton, which he bought of William Thaxtere; 15a. in divers pieces in the fields of the said town of St. Clement's which he and the said Alice jointly bought of divers persons; an inclosure in the town of Wodnorton which they similarly jointly bought of Alice late the wife of John Crane, esquire, late (nuperime) mother of the said Alice his wife; with remainder after her decease, as to the said manor, to Thomas his son, as to the said messuage, to John his son, and as to the said enclosure, to Robert his son; with divers remainders over in the event of the death of his said sons without lawful issue in her life time, and legacies to Elizabeth and Anne his daughters for their marriage and to Margaret his daughter, professed among the nuns of Blakburgh; his son Thomas to be obedient to the said Alice and helpful to her in her husbandry (circa husbondriam), and to marry, by the advice of the said Roger Tounesende and the said executors, an honest woman according to the degree of his blood and birth, &c.
Probate, endorsed, of testament and will at Norwich before the official of the Consistory of the bishop of Norwich, 1 October, A.D. 1476, administration being granted to Alice the relict, with power reserved to her co-executors. Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8472. Counterpart indenture, being a feoffment by John Eborall, clerk, William Twyktwyn, chaplain, John Wylkokes and Simon Mounceux, to Oliver Grymbald, of Little Eversdon, co. Cambridge, 'gentelman,' of the lands &c. late John Creton's in the towns and fields of Little Creton, Sprotton and elsewhere, which they had by the feoffment of William, abbot of St. James next Northampton and the convent of the same; rendering for the first seven years following 5l. 6s. 8d. yearly, and thereafter 8l. till they should have received the sum of 132l. borrowed of the said abbot by the said John Creton. Last day of March, 8 Edward IV. Seal.
Sussex.A. 8473. Letter of attorney by Richard Weston and John Weston of Maideston, co. Kent, to John Page of Buxtede, co. Sussex, to deliver seisin to John Chilly of Hethfelde, Nicholas Pukkisty, of Wadeherst, Nicholas Saxpees of Maierisfelde and John Norman of the same, in the said county of Sussex, of lands and tenements called 'Alchornys' in the parish of Buxtede, which they lately had by the feoffment of William Weston of Buxtede. 1 June, 16 Henry VII. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8474. Release by Thomas Nowell of Wymondham and Richard Robynson of Wytteryng to Richard Nowell of Zelvertoft and Agnes his wife, of the land &c. in Zelvertoft they lately had by the gift and feoffment of the said Richard Nowell. 26 September, 4 Edward IV. Seals.
N'hamp.A. 8475. Indenture of demise by Thomas Metley of Wolfricheston, esquire, to Nicholas Cowley of Chirchelalford, 'gentilman,' of 2½ messuages and 2½ virgates of land in Watford, co. Northampton, from the feast of the Annunciation, 4 Edward IV for 3½ years, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer.
Warw.A. 8476. Feoffment by Thomas Wydevill, John Longevill, John Barton the younger, and William Thomes, clerk, to Sir Robert Roos, knight, of the county of Lincoln, Philip Tylney, John Loterell, rector of the church of Gedney, Thomas Sutton, esquire, Thomas Meers, esquire, Thomas Claymond of Hale, John Wessyngton and Robert Willyngham, of the manor of Stretton on the Fosse, and the advowson of the church of Stretton to the said manor belonging, and all other lands &c. in the towns of Stretton on the Fosse, Erdyngton and Sutton, which they together with William Palmer and Robert Syward, since deceased, had by the gift of Elizabeth late lady de Clynton. Witnesses:—Robert Verney, esquire, and others (named). Stretton, 4 November, 4 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8477. Feoffment by Richard Persones and William Ketell of Lappeworth to Thomas Assheby of the same of lands &c. there which they had by his gift and feoffment. Lappeworth, Monday after the Purification, 6 Henry V. Seals.
[Suff.]A. 8478. Release by Isabel late the wife of Walter de Todyngham of Sudbury to Sir John Large, rector of the church of Myddylton, and John Somerton of Sudbury of her right in a tenement formerly Adam Calwe's in the town of Sudbury which the said Adam Calwe of Sudbury bought of Walter Todyngham of Sudbury and Alice wife of the late Richard Feysount of Sudbury. Sudbury, 10 June, 6 Richard II. Seal.
[Norf]A. 8479. Release by Geoffrey Porter of Little Walsyngham to John Porter of Brunham St. Clement his brother, of his right in lands &c. in Brunham St. Clement, Brunham Thorp, Brunham Sutton, Brunham Westgate and Brunham Norton. Walsyngham aforesaid, 10 October, 20 Edward IV. Seal.
Bedf.A. 8480. Feoffment by John Dixson of Kymbolton, co. Huntingdon, to William Catesby, esquire, John Geffrey, clerk, Thomas Garth, William Merbery, Thomas Kebyll, Richard Harper, Richard Maryet and John Brewster, of the manor of Tylbroke with lands &c. in Tylbroke, attorneys to deliver seisin, Robert Zouche, William Geffereyson and Robert Yonge. Witnesses:—John Wake, esquire, Robert Pemberton, esquire, William Taylard, esquire, William Byfeld, gentleman, John Broun. Tylbroke, 1 May, 20 Edward IV. Seal.
Bedf.A. 8481. Counterpart indenture between Henry, duke of Buckingham and William Catesby, esquire, of the one part, and William Heton, esquire, of the other, 12 January, 19 Edward IV, being a bargain and sale in consideration of 200l. by the latter to the duke and Catesby of the manor of Tylbroke. Seal, broken. English.
[Warw.]A. 8482. Release by Thomas de Barre of Corley, and John de Barre of the same his son to John Stannebury, bishop of Hereford, John Barre, knight, John Norreys, esquire, Thomas Billyng, Robert Tanfeld, John Catesby of Olthrop, esquire, Thomas Palmer, esquire, John Breteyn, clerk, William Halle, clerk, William Forshawe, clerk, John Lounde, clerk, Edmund Newenham and William Catesby, knight, of their right in all the land in Wetecroft in the territory of Corley, viz. between the land Thomas de Horseley lately held and Thacheleye; also in the land Richard de Feld formerly held called 'Aithelescroft.' Corley, Monday before Michaelmas, 3 Edward IV. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8483. Release by William Tiscote of Henley in Arthden and Robert Tiscote of Warrewike to John Porrey of Henley of their right in a messuage in Henley. Wednesday after Whitsuntide, 11 Edward IV. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8484. Indenture of demise by John Lethercarver of Welforde to Richard Gundewyne of Yelvertoft and Joan his wife and John Stormorthe son of William Stor[morthe] for the term of their lives in survivorship of all his land in the fields of Yelvertoft, at 8d. rent. The feast of St. John the Baptist, 5 Henry IV.
[N'hamp.]A. 8485. Indenture of demise for twenty years at 2s. rent by Simon Snow of Heliden to Sir Richard Alwyn of Bulton of a house called the grange and a curtilage. The Invention of the Holy Cross, 11 Richard II. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]A. 8486. Feoffment by Thomas Abell of Toneworth to Sir William Harrys, vicar of the church of Toneworth, John Sydenhale of the same and William Warynge of the same, of all his lands &c. in Toneworth and Soli- hull. Witnesses:—Richard Fullewod of Toneworth, esquire, and others (named). Toneworth, the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 18 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8487. Feoffment by Thomas Woncot son and heir of Peter de Woncot, to William Durvassal of Spernore, of the manor of Bunton. Easter eve, 15 Richard II.
[Camb.]A. 8488. Indenture of demise by William de La Haye, knight, to John de Eye and Margaret his wife, for the term of their lives, of a messuage in the town of Foxton between John Reyner's and Richard Dikeman's, one head abutting on 'le Brok' and the other on the highway, and all the land which formerly was John Fraunceys' which Osbert Godlok held of him, the said William, for life in the town and fields of Foxton, with meadows &c. and other its appurtenances, an acre of land excepted which Richard Dikeman had in exchange for the said messuage and except the messuage which Geoffrey Smith (faber) held of him for life; rent, during his life time, one mark, and after his decease 1d. to his heirs and assigns, yearly. Foxton, Sunday before the Purification, 5 Edward II. Seal of arms, broken.
[York, W.E.]A. 8489. Release by Amabilia late the wife of John de Mora of Thorne (Spineto) to Robert le Erl of Wakefeud of her right in the third of the land or meadow which came to her of the frank tenement of the said John. Witnesses:—Peter, then steward of the earl of Warren and others (named). Wakefeud, Sunday before St. Mary Magdalen, A.D. 1293.
[Linc.]A. 8490. Feoffment by William le Forster, parson of the church of Wylughby and Walter de Brunthorp, parson of the church of Spillesby to Roger son of Sir Alexander de Cobeldyk, knight, and Maud his wife and the heirs of their bodies with remainder to his right heirs, of the manor of Haryngton, which they had by his gift and feoffment. Witnesses:— Sir John de Wilughby, lord de Eresby, Walter de Hamby, Peter de Scremby and Simon son of Ralph de Ormesby, knights, John de Caltoft, Hugh de Braytoft, William de Toutheby. Haryngton, Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 14 Edward III. Fragment of one seal.
[Linc.]A. 8491. Feoffment by Philip de Nevill, knight, [son and heir of Robert de Nevill] lord of Scotton, to Philip de Nevill his son of the manors and advowsons of Scotton and Malmeton. Witnesses:— . . . Sir Ralph Paynel, Sir Warin de Bassyngbourn, Sir John de Sau . . . . . . Burdet of Honekote, Ralph Turvile, William Dalason and others (named). Sunday after the Annunciation, A.D. 1316. Torn.
[Cornw.]A. 8492. Feoffment by John Guennou of Lananta to William de Trebethou of all his lands, tenements and messuages in the free borough of Lananta, between the tenement of Nicholas Taverner of Lananta and the place of Davit Paris; to hold of the chief lords of that tenement by the service due and accustomed, with all liberties and free customs and with entries and exits within the said town of Lananta the port and without (infra prcdictam villam de Lananta portum et extra) and with liberty of buying and selling all manner of goods and merchandise at whatever time of year without tallage and toll. Witnesses:—Randolph de Kerchin, William Aur of Lananta, William Skynard, Richard Innocent, John de Polglas. Lananta, Thursday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 6 Edward III.
[Bedf.]A. 8493. Feoffment by Roger Myle of Clifton to John son of Myle (jilio Myle) of Henlowe for his homage and service and 20s. paid before- hand, of a messuage with a croft adjacent and 3d. yearly rent from Thomas Parage, Ralph le Ferur, Richard Bonserjant and Simon Hayle, the said messuage lying between the messuage of Adam Astel and that late Gilbert Wyscard's; rendering therefor yearly to Master John de Lacy or his assigns 20d. viz. 10d. at Michaelmas and 10d. on the feast of St. Mary in March, two capons (campones) at Christmas and in the [month] of August one 'knytebederip' the lord finding food (ad pastum domini). Witnesses:— Stephen de Alesop of Clifton, John de Croxton, William atte Church (de ccc[lesi]a), Henry Paulyn, Roger Pessun, William Blac, Henry de Clopham.
[Bedf.]A. 8494. Feoffment by Richard Wischard to Roger Franckeleyn of Little Kainho and Margery his wife for their homage and service and — shillings paid beforehand of a messuage with a croft adjacent with 4½a. land, described, in the town of Clifton, which messuage lay between the messuage of Adam Astil and that late Gilbert Wischard's. Witnesses:—Robert de Meperdeshal, and others (named). Seal. Damaged.
[Heref.]A. 8495. Feoffment by Agnes Benet of Webbeleye in her widowhood to William le Skinnere of Webbeleye of a messuage in the town of Webbeleye between the messuages of Miles Smith (fabri) and Fiell Goldeneye. Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 10 Edward II.
[Wilts.]A. 8496. Release by Richard Bolt of Chippeham to the abbot and convent of Stanley of his right of feeding or of having in any other way common of pasture in their wood called 'la More' outside their abbey on the south side; and they might enclose that wood with hedge and ditch according to what was contained in the King's charter they had thereof. Witnesses:— Sir Edmund Gacelyn, and others (named).
[Cornw.]A. 8497. Acknowledgement by Peter son of Roger Soghou (sir) of 'la Medissole 'that he, his heirs and his tenants in the town of 'la Medissole' were bound to do suit to the mill (sequi molendinum) of Sir John de Beaupre (Bello Prato) and his heirs in Tygambret, in 20s. penalty with the damages the said Sir John and his heirs might have sustained for default of their toll (molture), with power of distraint on all their goods in the manor of Tygembret. Dated at Tygembret, Saturday the eve of the Beheading of [St. John the] Baptist, 5 Edward [I].
Endorsed: Michell pro Degembr'.
[Cornw.]A. 8498. Bond by — Nanskylly to Thomas [G]lasen in 26s. 8d. 4 March, — Henry VII.
Cornw.A. 8499. Feoffment by Thomas Dus, Richard Trevelye and James Melyhonek to James Penarth of the lands &c. they had by his gift and feoffment in the county of Cornwall; to hold to him and the heirs of his body with remainder in default as to one third to Otho Trevarthian and his heirs for ever, as to another third to John Pyken son and heir of the said Thomas Pyken and his heirs for ever, and as to another third to William Melyhonek son and heir of the said James Melyhonek. Witnesses:—Ralph Reskemer, Richard Trevaignon, John Helban. Dated at Trevynyok, Tuesday after the Close of Easter, 3 Henry V.
[Berks.]A. 8500. Release by John Langham of Redyng, 'irmonger,' to Roger Pye, Thomas Besteney and William Aspull of his right in lands and tenements with tofts, burgages &c. in New Street (novo vico), Redyng, on the south of the said street which he lately had, jointly with the said Roger, Thomas and William by the gift of William Norreis, knight. Witnesses:— John a Bakster, mayor, John Derlyng and Henry Justice, bailiffs of the borough of Redyng, Richard Clerke and John Gruff', constables. Redyng, 12 March, 1 Richard III.