Deeds
A.9301 - A.9400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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'Deeds: A.9301 - A.9400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 410-420. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64408 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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A.9301 - A.9400

[Devon.]A. 9301. Counterpart of demise by Thomas, the abbot, and the convent of Bukfestre to Thomas Smale and Margaret his wife for life of land, &c. in their lordship of Brounston. Thursday after Michaelmas, 11 Henry VI.
[Heref.]A. 9302. Feoffment by Thomas de la Mere of Webbele to Nicholas son of Walter le Webbe of two parts of burgage there with the reversion of Alice de Dounewode's dower. Friday after St. Thomas of Hereford, 30 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 9303. Feoffment by Amian 'le Cartere' of Kersey to William Startout of Polsted of a messuage in Polsted. 10 February, 30 Edward III.
[Heref.]A. 9304. Feoffment by Richard son and heir of William Halle, deceased, to John Kynnersleye of Webbeleye of land there. 16 December, 23 Henry VII.
[Devon.]A. 9305. Indenture of fine . . . . ., 10, and post fine in the quinzaine of Hilary, 11 Edward III, between James de Cokyngtone and Maud his wife, querents, and Nicholas, parson of Sottecomb, and Adam . . ., deforciants, of a rent in Blakaueton, Wynston, Bovenetorre, and Bryggeton and of the manor of Cokyngtone, to the said James and Maud for life, with remainder to John, son of the said James, in tail, with remainder in default to . . . Copy. Imperfect.
[Wilts.]A. 9306. Feoffment by William Gereberd of Compton Chamberleyn and John Nhot to John Aughtman of the same, clerk, of a messuage, &c. there next his father John Aughtman's, which they had by his feoffment. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 11 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.
[York, W.R.]A. 9307. Indenture of demise by William 'of Carleton' and Mary his wife, to Roland 'of Kirkeby,' of land, &c. in Thorneton then in lease to 'Thomas of Haryngton, squier,' &c. 18 April, 38 Henry VI. English.
[Devon.]A. 9308. Release by James de Oxton, lord of Great Modbiry, to William son of William Edward of Brouneston and others (named), of suit to his mills of Modbiry and Schypham which he claimed from them, in right of his lordship of (de tenura de) Brouneston.
[Notts.]A. 9309. Feoffment by John de Kirketon of Baldertongate Street, Newerk, and Lucy his wife, to William de Sibthorpe, parson of Houton by Newerk, of their land in Flintham. Friday before the Invention of the Holy Cross, 41 Edward III. Seals of arms, effaced.
[Chesh.]A. 9310. Release by William de Bulkylegh, parson of Chedel, and Henry de Bunbury, chaplain, to William de Bulkylegh of Chedel, of their right in land, &c. in Alpram, formerly belonging to William son of William de Bulkylegh of Alpram. Monday before St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 1 Richard II. Seal and fragment of seal.
Bedf.A. 9311. Release by William Stanford to John Stanford th9 younger, of his right in land, &c. in Clyfton and Meperdesale which the said John lately recovered by writ of right against him; also of his right in land, &c. in the same places, which formerly belonged to John Stanford, his father, deceased. 28 September, . . . . Edward IV. Copy.
[Essex.]A. 9312. Bond by William de Reymes, knight, to warrant the charter, &c. which Sir Philip Basset had of him of the manor of Boyton.
[Cornw.] Devon.A. 9313. Indenture of demise for five years by Robert Stracchelegh to John Bray and Roger Anstys, of land in Horilake and a close called 'Wodknolpark,' or a rent of seven marks out of Strachlegh, co. Devon, if they were disturbed in their possession of the said land, &c. Wednesday after Michaelmas, 20 Henry VI.
[Warw.]A. 9314. Feoffment by William le Corviser of Waunes Wotton, to John Jory, chaplain, of 3a. arable there. First Sunday in Advent, 13 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 9315. Indenture of demise by John de Bischopesdone, knight, and Agnes, his wife, to their servant, William de Charindone, for life, of a messuage and virgate of land in Schotrythe. Bischopesdon, Monday after Palm Sunday, 11 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 9316. Feoffment by John Enderby of Bagenderby, clerk to Philip Dymmok, knight, and others (named), of all his lands, &c. in Bagenderby and Somerby next Bagenderby, a toft and six selions of land in Somerby excepted; attorneys, to deliver seisin John Wilkynson and John Hawe of Bagenderby. Tuesday after the Conception, 25 Henry VI. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 9317. Indenture being a feoffment by Ralph de Trer[edene]k, rector of Lamorek, to, son of his brother Pascoe (Paschasius), of all his land of Treredenek . . . . . Thursday after St. Luke, 1320. Injured.
[Norf.]A. 9318. Confirmation by Nicholas de Weylaund, knight, to Hugh son of Robert Tibaud of Schepedene, of the heath there bought by Hugh of Richard son of William Battulle. Oxeburc, Saturday the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul the Apostles, 1 Edward II.
[Devon.]A. 9319. Feoffment by Henry de la Gata to his sister Melior of land in Hathdone with pasture for sheep, &c. and free ingress and egress in his tenement of Chelhangre. Witnesses—John de Tril, Robert de Huppehega, Walter de Bachalre, Philip de Sapwike and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 9320. Sale by James son of William Clement of Plumstede to Hugh Tebald of Schipeden, of a rent there with its appurtenances expectant on the decease of Katharine, wife of Clement de Plumstede his brother. Sunday after the Purification, 12 Edward II.
[Wilts.]A. 9321. Release by Roger Tocotes, knight, to John Horton, abbot of Stanley, of his right in lands in Stanley from which he received a yearly rent of 20s. 2 January, 20 Edward IV. Fragments of seal.
N'hamp.A. 9322. Bond by John, bishop of Worcester, Thomas (sic), bishop of Durham, and Thomas Darcy, esquire, to William Catesby, esquire, in 700 marks at Midsummer, conditioned for the making by Richard Hawte, esquire, of a sufficient estate to the said William before Christmas of the manor of Welton, and of all other the lands which Thomas Peyton or any other to his use had there, &c. 22 June, 1 Edward V. Signatures of the bishops. Two seals, one of arms.
N'hamp.A. 9323. Indenture, 24 June, 1 Richard III, being a bargain and sale by Dame Elizabeth Darcy, wife of Richard Hawte,' squyer,' to William Catesby, 'squyer,' of the manor of Welton, and all the lands, &c. which Thomas Peyton 'or other to his use hath' in Welton, for 700 marks; covenant that all persons having any title or interest therein should make estate thereof to the said William in fee before Christmas next, &c. English. Seal, broken. Endorsed: 'The within wretten Elizabeth is not charged by this Indenture but only to endevour hur and to doo that in hur may be to performe the intent of the same or else the same Elizabeth to repay the viic mark within wretten.'
[Norf.]A. 9324. Feoffment by Nicholas de Snyterle, rector of the church of Matelask to Philip Tynker and Maud, his wife, of a messuage there. Thursday after St. Thomas the Martyr, 24 Edward III. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Erpyngham and Sir John his son, knights, and others (named).
[Heref.]A. 9325. Release by Thomas Smyth of Webley to John Garewey of Leye, of his right in a burgage in Webley. 20 October, 16 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 9326. Feoffment by Richard son of Adam 'of the Hil' of Depdale to Paul Girr of Stanhawe and Amicia, his wife, 1½a. land in Depdale field, next land of the rector of Depdale. Witnesses:—Henry Balie, of Bran- castre, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Simon and St. Jude, 44 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Linc.]A. 9327. Indenture of demise by Richard Pynchebek of Pynchebek, Richard Welby of Multon, Athelard Welby, parson of the church of Surflet and John Edlyngton, vicar of the church of Pynchebek, to Margaret, late the wife of John Copuldyk, esquire, for the term of her life, at the rent of a red rose at Midsummer, of the manor of Freston, with reversion to themselves for the performance of the last will of the said John Copuldyk. 18 May, 15 Henry VI.
[Linc.]A. 9328. Release by Alan, son of Reginald de Cobeldyk to Roger de Cobeldyk of his right in 6d. rent which Alan de Cobeldyk, father of the said Roger, used to pay him for the tenements he held of him in Fraumton and Kyrketon. Witnesses:—William de Cobeldyk and others (named). Wyberton, 15 March, 25 Edward [I].
[Linc.]A. 9329. Feoffment by John de Haryngton, knight, to Sir Roger de Cobeldyk, knight, of John Wadylove and John Frere, of Haryngton, and Walter Norays of Aswardby, his bondmen, with their issue, goods and chattels, and of three bovates of land in Haryngton and Aswardby, which the said bondmen held of him; also of two places of meadow, one called 'Milnecroft,' on the east of Stobbewathemilne, and the other called 'Mickeldayle' in Braythfen. Witnesses:—Sir Simon le Chaumbreleyn, knight, and others (named). Glaston, 1 September, 14 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 9330. Indenture being a feoffment by Sir John de Harington to Sir Roger de Cobeldyk, of four bondmen, viz. John Wadilouf of Harington, John Frere of the same, William de Lyndeseie of Harington and Walter Norays of Aswardeby, with all their issue, and 3½ bovates of land which the said bondmen held in Harington and Aswardeby, and with two places of meadow called 'Milnecoft' and 'Mikeldaill' in Braythfenne; also of 64s. rent from Hugh Browne, John son of William Neue and William Kelpin of Aswardeby for the tenements they held of him for the term of their lives; grant by the said Roger that, if the said John paid him 60l. at Wiberton on or before Midsummer Day next, he would deliver up all writings, with seisin, of the said bondmen, lands and rents, or otherwise they should remain to him and his heirs for ever. Harington, Thursday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 14 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 9331. Counterpart of the above.
[York, W.R.]A. 9332. Indenture between William de Thorneton son of Thomas de Thorneton of the one part and Richard de Dynelay of the other, witnessing that the said William had granted to the said Richard the marriage of his eldest son for the said Richard's daughter, with covenant to enfeoff them within six years of a place of land called Briffeld, held by his mother in dower, to them and their heirs, or, if he could not, of lands of the like value, and in default to pay 100s. within six weeks after the said six years; and whereas he had enfeoffed William le Coker, chaplain, of the said lands, both he and the said William have sworn on the book in the presence of Sir Oliver de Dynelay, William de Thorneton, Richard de Dynelay and others not alienate the same, &c. Thorneton in Lonesdall, Wednesday after St. Dunstan (?) the Archbishop, 29 Edward III. French.
[Warw.]A. 9333. Feoffment by Thomas de Wylye in Bulkynton to William Sweyn of Bulkynton of ½a. arable in Bulkynton, described; consideration, 5s. Thursday after St. Peter's Chair, 2 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 9334. Letter of attorney by Henry Willyamson, of Boston, Robert Warde of Leggeburn, formerly dwelling in Haryngton, and Roger Drante of Haryngton, to William Croft, rector of Aswardby, and Alan Croft of the same, chaplain, to deliver seisin to John Bowcher son of William Bocher of Low Toynton (Tyneton inferiori) and Alice his wife, daughter of Thomas Bailly of Aswardby, of the lands, &c. in Aswardby, Haryngton and Hagworthyngham, which they had by the gift of Thomas Bailly of Aswardby, a place of meadow in Haryngton called 'Aacroft' excepted. 20 January, 29 Henry VI. Fragments of seals.
[Notts.]A. 9335. Feoffment by Alice de Holm of Gunthorp, widow, to Sir John de Stok, clerk, of a messuage in Kneton, and 16a. arable in the fields of the same, which came to her by inheritance. Monday before Whitsun- tide, 30 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 9336. Letters patent of Richard son and heir of Grervase . . . to his lord . . . mynou, with request for the admission of John de Thurleber, to whom he had given his land of . . . egh, as tenant in his room. Stratton, Thursday, Midsummer, 22 Edward [I].
[Wilts.]A. 9337. Release by Thomas Glendi to Robert Heryng of Stratford Common of ½lb. pepper rent of a messuage in Stratford under the Castle of Old Sarum; rent, a red rose at Midsummer for all service. Certified under the seal of the mayoralty of Salisbury. Sunday after St. Denis, 27 Edward III.
[Cumb.]A. 9338. Chirograph indented being a grant by Alexander de Seton to Alan de Choupland of 2a. land in Seton, in Hallebanck, held of the abbot of Calder (Caldra), in exchange for 2a. in Seton, in the territory of Cordhow, Witnesses;—Sir Gilbert, parson of Botil, and others (named).
[Cornw.]A. 9339. Confirmation by Odo son of Yvo Py . a . . to Alex- ander de Penhard in fee, for his homage and service, of the tenement the said Alexander formerly had by the gift of the said Yvo in the town of Penhard, which [Ma]bella de Treninyek formerly held there in dower, 2a. land Cornish excepted; rent, 2s. for all service save suit of court and of the mill within the bounds of the parish of St. Gor[ran]. Witnesses:— Sir Ralph de Tynten, Henry, lord of Penhard, Thurstan de Tre . . . c, Richard de Carveynuc, . . . . de Carveynuc. Endorsed: Bodrugan.
[Cornw.]A. 9340. Grant by Ralph Loegans, chaplain, to German de [Trelan- bighan] of all his goods at [Tre]lanbighan within and without house. St. Keverne (Sanctum Kyeranum), . . . . 32 Edward III. See A. 6155.
[Bedf.]A. 9341. Indenture of demise by Maud Frenshe and John Stanford to Roger Deye of Southzevill, Cristian his wife and John their son for the term of their lives in survivorship, of the lands, &c. which John Gauge lately held by the demise of William Frenshe; rent, 10s., the tenants to reconstruct a grange within three years at own cost, &c. Monday after All Hallows, 20 Richard II. Seals of arms.
[Westmd.]A. 9342. Feoffment by William de Schelmergha to Roger son of Simon son of Walter for his homage and service of 3a. land in Sche[l]mergha, with toft and croft, those to wit which Adam son of Erneburga held; rent, 6d. Witnesses:—Adam de Potergha, Adam de Mosergha, Adam son of Robert de Stircland and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 9343. Feoffment by Thomas le Whyte of Natton to John de Menstrewrthe, porter (janitori) of Lacok,of ½a. arable in Sothebury between land of the abbess of Lacok and of Peter Salip; consideration, 1 mark. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Seleman, knight and others (named).
[Linc.]A. 9344. Letter of attorney by John de Copuldyk, knight, to Stephen de Copuldyk of Fraumpton and William Stevenson of Kirketon, to deliver seisin to William de Barkworth, his servant, of two messuages and 20a. land in Fraumpton and Kirketon. Thursday the feast of St. Botolph the Abbot, 12 Richard II. Seal of arms.
[Wilts.]A. 9345. Indenture of demise by Joan, abbess of Lacok, and the convent of the same; reciting their lease to Walter Clerk (clericus) of Wynterbourne Schyrevetone, for life, of a messuage and curtilage in Wynterbourne Schyreveton, at 4s. 4d. rent; grant to Walter and John, his sons, successively of the said premises for their lives after his decease, at same rent. Friday before St. Andrew the Apostle, 7 Edward II.
[Chesh.]A. 9346. Counterpart of demise, Sunday before Christmas, 10 Henry VI, by Richard de Bulkelegh of Chedle, to William Dogge and Roger and Robert his sons, for thirty years, of a moiety of two parts 'del Overparke' of Chedle, at 10s. rent; with remainder, in the event of their decease during the term, to Ralph Dogge and Thomas and William his sons, &c.
[Warw.]A. 9347. Indenture of demise by William Coppethorne and Margaret his wife, to John Brome of Lappeworth, for the term of the life of the said Margaret, of the lands, &c. in Lappeworth which they had for the term of her life of the inheritance of the said John; rent, 36s. 8d. Witnesses:— William Breton, knight, Richard de Montefort and others (named). Lappeworth, Monday after St. Dunstan, 49 Edward III. Seals.
[Heref.]A. 9348. Feoffment by Robert Zonge of [M]ayneston, to Roger Partrich the younger, of his lands, &c. in the lordship of Hyniton in Straddel, a half-acre excepted, between the road from Puston to Hyniton, &c. Thurs- day after the Epiphany, 45 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 9349. Feoffment by Thomas Hacok the elder, of Nether Schuckeborgh, to John de Catesby, of a messuage and land there, lately belonging to Thomas son of Henry Hacok. . . . . 5 Richard II.
[Wilts.]A. 9350. Foundation charter of Lacock Abbey. Copy. Printed, with slight variations, 'Monasticon' (1846), vol. VI, part 1, p. 502.
[Wilts.]A. 9351. Feoffment by Nicholas Asselyn, citizen of Salisbury, and Asselina his wife, to John Paynot, citizen of the same, of la. land called 'la Stonyacre' in the field of Stratford by Old Sarum, between land of the chancellor and succentor of the church of St. Mary of Salisbury, which they had by the demise of Henry son and heir of Robert de Knoel, deceased. Thursday before St. Martin, 2 Edward III. Seals.
[Bucks.]A. 9352. Feoffment by Roger Starke of Agmondisham, co. Bucks, 'carpynter,' to Robert Starke his son, of Chalfunt St. Peter, in the said county, of 6a. arable, in parish of Little Messenden in 'le Millefeld,' which, together with Robert Clerke, John Blake, Robert Body, and his late wife Elizabeth, since deceased, he had by the feoffment of William Blake. 20 July, 15 Henry VII.
Wilts.A. 9353. Counterpart of grant.by the abbot, Thomas, and convent of St. Mary of Stanley, co. Wilts, by the king's command, to George Bregus, yeoman (valecto) of the wardrobe of the Queen, for his life, of a corrody of 7 marks. 15 January, 9 Henry VIII.
[Wilts.]A. 9354. Indenture being a feoffment by Nicholas Crook of Wyke to Thomas le Draper of Lacok, of 3a. arable in Southbury field in Lacok, whereof the said Thomas was tenant for the term of the life of Henry de Cookesden with reversion expectant to the said Nicholas, in exchange for 3a. arable in Patycroft in Lacok. Sunday after St. Hilary, 47 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 9355. Indenture of demise by Reginald Crok, lord of Wyke, to Walter le Trompur, late his servant, for services rendered, of the tenement and land in Nattone by Lacok, which Richard Byheld formerly held of him; to hold for term of life at 12d. rent. Monday before St. Simon and St. Jude the Apostles, 3 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 9356. Counterpart of demise, 12 March, 1 Henry VII, by the abbot, John Horton, and the convent of Stanley, co. Wilts, to Walter Karre, for sixty years, at 4s. rent, of a messuage which he recently built in Chippenham, which John Sadelar lately held, between the tenements of St. John and of the chantry of St. Mary, and of a barn and garden in Narwelane by the Avon. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 9357. Inspeximus by Hugh le Despenser of the charter whereby Katharine Lovel gave to the abbess and nuns of Lacok in free alms the tenements in Wyckelescote which she held of his ancestors by service of half a knight's fee; with grant to the said abbess and nuns that they should hold the said tenements in free alms, and with covenant to acquit them of all aids, &c. in respect thereof against the chief lords of the fee; consideration, 50 marks beforehand. Witnesses:—Sir Peter Malorre, Sir Walter de Pavely and Sir John de Holte, knights, Peter Bluet and others (named). La Vasterne, Saturday the morrow of St. Edmond the king and martyr, 28 Edward I, Copy.
[Glouc.]A. 9358. Indenture of demise by the abbess, Katharine, and convent of Lacok, to John atte Fo[r]de, Alice his wife and Agnes their daughter, for the term of their lives, of lands which Geoffrey Crothon formerly held of them in Wodemancote; rent, 10s., &c. The morrow of the nativity of the B.V.M., 6 Edward III.
[Heref.]A. 9359. Feoffment by Walter Smith (faber) of Webbeleye to Stephen de Radenouere and Cristian his wife, a third of a burgage with buildings in 'le Castelstrete'; to them and the heirs and assigns of Stephen. Tuesday the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 2 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 9360. Grant in free alms by Richard son of Theobald de Wintre- burn at the request of Alice his wife for his health and hers and the health of the soul of her mother Joan, to the abbey of St. Mary of Stanley, of la. land in Hentun, in Ch . . . furlong, of that land which Richard le Chau held. Witnesses:—Richard son of William de Hentun, Hugh son of Richard de Hentun, Reginald de Kalna, John Wace, Theobald de Wintreburn, William the clerk.
[Wilts.]A. 9361. Indenture of demise by John Rous of Beynton and Joan his wife, for the term of her life, to Richard Nedler of Salisbury, at 10s. rent, of a messuage &c. in Stratford Common under the Castle of Old Sarum. Witnesses:—William Darell, then sheriff of Wilts, and others (named). Easter day, 1 Henry VI. Seals, one of (?) arms.
[Wilts.]A. 9362. Release by William Lacok, citizen of Bath, to John Ludlowe of Lacok and Cristina his wife, of his right in a messuage in Lacok. Certified under the seal of the mayor of Bath, viz. John Ster. Witnesses:—Henry Longe, esquire, John Crykkelade, Thomas and John Pokylchurch, Robert Dodeley. 2 November, 36 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal of mayor.
[Glouc.]A. 9363. Release by Thomas de Cokelberwe, chaplain, and John de Menstreworthe to Joan de Mountfort, abbess of Lacok and the convent of the same of the lands, &c. which they had by the gift and feoffment of Isabel formerly wife of Edward Swayn of Lacok in Wodemannecote, and which they held of the said abbess and convent, by the assignment of the said Isabel, in chief as of the manor of Wodemannecote. Witnesses:—John de la Mare, lord of Ryndecombe, and others (named). Tuesday the feast of St. Cuthbert, 6 Edward II. French.
[Wilts.]A. 9364. Feoffment by the abbess, Ela, and convent of Lacoc to Stephen de Treubrige, of a burgage, next that of Robert, vicar of Lacoc, which Henry Tintin formerly received of them. Witnesses:—Peter, parson of Treubrig and others (named).
[N'hamp.]A. 9365. Counterpart of demise by Edmund de Watford and Margaret his wife to Adam le Vyneter of Middelton, chaplain, John le Vyneter of the same, chaplain, and Alice, John's sister, of a toft and virgate in Great Creton, which they had for the term of their lives by the demise of Robert de Kylyngworth at 18s. rent; to hold at the same rent for same term. Friday, the feast of St. Ambrose the bishop, 11 Edward III. Two seals remaining.
[Wilts.]A. 9366. Release of all claim, by the prior, John, and convent of Farleye to the abbot and convent of Stanley, to tithes from the new tilled land (novalibus) of the latter at 'le Mershe' in the parish of Chyppham. III Id. April, 1814. Fragments of seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 9367. Release by Alice late the wife of Elias de Tyngewyk to Thomas de Evesham and John his brother of her right by dower or other- wise in the lands in Everdon and Snotecombe, which they had by the gift of William de Burgh. London, Friday before St. Gregory, 18 Edward. Endorsed with memorandum of enrolment on dorse of Close Roll in March of the said year. French. See Close Roll Calendar under date.
[Norf.]A. 9368. Bond, apparently, by Walter Buckyskyn of Clepysby, John de Pol of Lopham and others, to John Bygot, rector of Lopham. Faded.
[Wilts.]A. 9369. Feoffment by Robert Hayleman of Stratford under the castle of Old Sarum, to Agnes, daughter of Robert le Jay, of 4a. arable in the fields of Stratford Decani, described, which he had by the gift of Walter Pachet, with reversion to himself in case of her death without issue. Satur- day before the Apostles Philip and James, 5 Edward II.
[Devon.]A. 9370. Counterpart of grant, A.D. 1282, by the abbot, Robert, and convent of Buckfast (Busfentria) to William Edward of Brunston and his heirs, or any of his kin (parentela) to whom he was pleased to assign the same, of all the land of Brunstone, which he held to farm of them; rent, 8s. for all service, saving the king's service and the service of one tithing- man (tnygmanni) in the fifteenth year, &c. Witnesses:—Adam Fortescu and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 9371. Grant in free alms by Peter [Bluet] of Saltharpe, son and heir of Robert Bluet to God and the church of St. Mary of Stanley (Stanleie) and the monks there, for the soul of Amicia his wife, of 8s. 4d. from the virgate of land in Sorston Parva which Roger atte Stile held of his father, to be yearly received on the anniversary of the said Amicia, to wit on the morrow of St. Denis. Witnesses:—Sir John Lovel and Sir Richard de Hyweie, knights, John son of Hugh of Chyltone and others (named). Seal. Endorsed, . . . . . Sersthon . .
[Wilts.]A. 9372. Counterpart of demise by the abbess, Agnes, and convent of Lacok to John Chepman of Lacok and Alice his wife, for the term of their lives, of a messuage, &c. in Lacok, formerly held by Thomas Bremel, &c.; rent, 2s. 10d. Sunday after the Epiphany, 13 Richard II.
[Cornw.]A. 9373. Feoffment by Reginald de la Medesole to Simon son of Richard de Penhal and Alice daughter of him, the said Reginald, in tail, of a messuage, garden and 2½a. land English in the town of La Medesole, which he had of Richard La Pape, merchant; of ½a. land English in the free borough of La Medesole, which he had by the gift of Henry son of Juliana de La Medesole; of a croft of land containing 4a. land English in Medesole which he had by the gift of Richard Sykerliche; of 5s. rent from John son and heir of Robert de Nansdeliou for a ferling of land in Nansteliou; of a moiety of the right formerly belonging to Ralph son and heir of Robert de Nansteliou in Goynenmargk, viz. an eighth of the lawn of Gonenmargk, 2a. land English excepted, and common of pasture for all beasts therein; and of three parts of an acre in his moor of La Medesole, described; rent, 3s. 8½d. on the feast of St. Michael in September. Witnesses:—Richard de Resten, Nicholas de Penscawen and others (named). Saturday before Midsummer, 4 Edward II. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 9374. Feoffment by Henry Waryn of Salisbury, 'glover,' to Richard Nedler of the same, of a tenement, &c. in Stratford Common under the Castle of Old Sarum, formerly John Heryng's. Saturday before the Holy Trinity, 1 Henry VI.
[Wilts.]A. 9375. Grant in free alms by Thomas de Uphaven, son and heir of William de Uphaven to the abbey of Stanley, of a house in Merleburg, described, viz. that which Isabel his mother gave them at his request.
[Glouc.]A. 9376. Chirograph indented being a release by Margery late the wife of Thomas Maureward of Purytone to Edward de Lacok and Isabel his wife of her dower, which she recovered before the justices of the king, in the lands, &c. which they bought of the said Thomas in Wodemanecote, provided they paid her 5s. yearly, with heriots on the deaths of Henry de Henlegh and Margaret his wife and Adam Doly and Alice his wife, if they happened in her lifetime. Witnesses:—Robert Maureward and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 9377. Grant in free alms by Richard Thebaud the younger to God and the church of St. Mary of Stanley and the monks there, of l½a. arable in Ricardeston. Witnesses:—Walter Kenette, Nicholas and Reginald Waz and others (named).
[Glouc.]A. 9378. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement made at Gloucester on the eve of the Ascension, 53 [Henry III] between Beatrice, abbess of Lacok, and Sir William de la Mare of Rindecumbe, to refer to the decision of Sir Nicholas de Turri and Sir Walter de Heliun, chosen by the parties respectively, the claim he had made against her of a reasonable aid for making his eldest son a knight: the decision to be given before Michaelmas. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de la Mare, Walter de Chiltham, rector of Ameney and others (named). Endorsed: Wodemancote.
[Wilts.]A. 9379. Chirograph indented being a feoffment by Maud daughter of Osmund le Rede, spinster, to John de la Roche and Parnel, his wife, of land in Bromham, described, in exchange for two parts of a messuage and curtilage, one part whereof formerly belonged to Joan her sister, and the other to her sister Sibyl.
[Hants.]A. 9380. Feoffment by Cristina daughter of Richard de Warham to Roger le Lange, of two cottages, &c. in Christchurch Twynham, in Castelstret. Saturday after St. Grumbald, 23 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 9381. Release by Richard Talebot to the abbess, Sibyl, and the con- vent of Lacok, of his right in land in Nattone, which he had by the feoffment of John de Worthe. Witnesses:—Sir John de Peyton and Sir Robert Selyman, knights, John de la Roche, William Percehay and others (named). Sunday before St. Barnabas, 21 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 9382. Grant in pure alms by William Noris (Norensis) with the assent of Joan his wife and Avicia his daughter, for his health and the soul of Richard Surrey (Surrensis) formerly his servant, to the abbey of St. Mary, Stanleig, of a burgage which the said Richard held of him in Chippeham, between land of Roger Mauclere, land of Ralph Fraunceis and the ditch 'del Ymbyri'; rent, 12d. for all service. Witnesses:—R. then prior, and W. sub-prior of Christchurch Twinham, R. de Ebbelesburn and J. de Anna, canons of the same and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 9383. Bond by Honry Waryn of Salisbury, co. Wilts, 'glover,' to Richard Nedler of the same in 10l. due at Michaelmas, conditioned for the quiet possession of a tenement and croft in Stratford Common under the Castle of Old Sarum, formerly John Heryng's of the same. 30 May, 1 Henry VI.
[Cornw.]A. 9384. Indenture of demise by William Reskymer, esquire, to John . . ., of . . . . . in Trevynwyth and Bondovran, for sixty years, at 10s. rent. Friday before the Purification, 2 Edward IV. Endorsed: Trewynwyth and Bodbran.
[Wilts.]A. 9385. Feoffment by Ela, abbess of Lakoc and the convent of the same to Roger Clackere, for his service and 100s. paid beforehand, of a messuage in Calne which Herbert son of Peter held in Portstrete with a croft at the east end of it next Ernwyestrete, of the fee of Roger de Stodlega; rent, 12s. Witnesses:—Sir Reginald de Kalna and others (named).
A. 9386. Indenture made at Brympton, 15 March, 38 Henry VI, being a memorandum of the sale by John Sydenham, of Somersetshire, esquire, to Harry Hull of Devonshire, esquire, of the wood in Holbroke wood, 'resonable fryth for closure of the same,' &c. excepted; the said Harry to pay 'at Rodemasse nexte,' 3l. 13s. 4d.
[Wilts.]A. 9387. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement made 33 Henry III, on St. George's day, at Wilton, between Ela, abbess of Lacok and Nicholas de Hedington, clerk, of the one part and William le Droys and William de Sancto Martino of the other, for adjustment of boundaries at Cicheld. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Pavilly, Sir Ralph de Aungens and others (named).
Wilts.A. 9388. Feoffment by Richard Wulley of Bromham to Richard Beauchamp, knight, of Bromham of a close in Woderewe, situate as described. 22 April, 19 Edward IV. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 9389. Indenture being a grant by the abbess, Beatrice, and convent of Lacok to Walter son of the priest of Wdmancote and Mabel his wife, of a house to dwell in Lacok for their lives in survivorship, with daily allowance of bread called 'pleynpayn,' &c. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Aunger, knight, and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 9390. Grant in pure alms by Richard Agemund with the assent of Luveva his wife to the abbey of St. Mary of Stanley (Stanlega), of all his land in Calne.
[Wilts.]A. 9391. Release in pure alms by Robert le Blount of Naatone to the nuns of Lacok of his common of pasture in 'la Hele' in Lacok field, and in their land adjoining, so that they could enclose it. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Paveli and Sir John de Holte, knights, and others (named). Wednesday, the feast of St. Denis the Martyr, 2 Edward II.
[Wilts.]A. 9392. Counterpart of demise by the abbess, Joan, and convent of Lacok to William le Chalener and Agnes his wife for their lives, of a messuage in Lacok; rent, 13s. Wednesday, the feast of St. Mark, 3 Edward III. French.
[Wilts.]A. 9393. Indenture of demise for the term of her life by Joan late the wife of Richard Saunders to Henry de Kockesdene, of her lands, &c. in Lacok, Nattone or Ebrygg; rent, 13s. 14d., &c. Ebrygg, Saturday after the Circumcision, 28 Edward III. French.
[Wilts.]A. 9394. Counterpart of demise by the abbess, Maud, and convent of Lacok, to William Partrich, William his son and Margaret Luydes, for the term of their lives in survivorship, and a year over, of a messuage, &c. in Wynterborne Schereveton; rent, 5s. 4d. Lacok, Monday after St. Gregory, 24 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[Wilts.]A. 9395. Acknowledgment by William de la Barre of Chippenham that he had received from Sir John Bluet, lord of Lacham and John de Menstreworth, porter of the abbey of Lacok, a moiety of all the lands, &c. as fully as they came by descent in purparty to William de Pykewyke by the death of Walter de la Slade his uncle at La Slade in the parish of La Boxe and elsewhere in the said parish, as appeared by their deed (recited) whereby they granted to the said William de la Barre the lands, &c. they had by the feoffment of George de Persy in La Slade in the said parish, to hold to the said William, and Hawyse his wife, and the heirs of his body; with grant, for himself and his heirs, that he held the said lands of the abbess and convent of Lacok. Witnesses:—Sir John de Holt, Sir John de la Mare, Sir William de Cotes and others (named). Lacok, Friday after Midsummer, 6 Edward II. French.
Warw.A. 9396. Indenture to lead to the uses of a fine between John Archer, esquire, and Hugh Tofte late of Hatton, co. Warwick, 'yoman,' and Alice his wife, the heir of Juliana late the wife of Robert Sewe, of the lands formerly belonging to said Juliana in Hatton, viz. as to one moiety to the said Hugh and Alice in tail, with remainder in default to the said John, and as to the other moiety to them for life with the like remainder; bond in 20l. by the said Hugh and Alice. Tanworth, 7 January, 16 Henry VII.
[Wilts.]A. 9397. Grant in pure alms by Robert de la Lupegate, to the con- vent of Lakoc of 2½a. arable in Kechescroft next to the new close of the said house. Witnesses:—Richard de Boscrux, then steward and others (named).
[Cornw.]A. 9398. Release by Joan, daughter of Osbert son of Randolf, to Andrew de Treveluargh of her right in 1a. land in Stimgelli; consideration, 2s.
Linc. York.A. 9399. Counterpart of demise by Hugh le Despenser, earl of Win- chester, to Sir John de Crumbwell, knight, and Idonia his wife, for the term of their lives, of his manor of Parlington, co. York, and the manor of Alkelbarowe, co. Lincoln, by service of 1d. at Christmas, for all service. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Bello Monte, Sir Edmund de Eyncurt, Sir Henry le Scrop, Sir Simon Warde and others (named). York, Thursday after the Apostles Peter and Paul, 15 Edward II.
[Wilts.]A. 9400. Counterpart of demise by the abbot and convent of Stanley in Wiltes to Gilbert de Berewyk, for life, of 40s. rent he was accustomed to pay them for the lands, &c. which he held of them in Berewyk in the hundred and parish of Calne. Friday the eve of St. Margaret the Virgin, 1842. Fragment of seal of arms, cracked.