Deeds
A.9401 - A.9500

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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'Deeds: A.9401 - A.9500', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 420-430. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64409 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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A.9401 - A.9500

[Warw.]A. 9401. Feoffment by John de la Grene of [Redburn] to William de Ardern of the same of his lands, &c; in Bedburn. Not executed; writing on dorse illegible.
[N'hamp.]A. 9402. Bond by John Baker alias Heyford of Sent Jamysende, 'corviser,' to Master Robert Bylton, clerk, and William Danby of Stoke Daubeny in 20l., due at Northampton at Easter next. 23 January, 1 Henry V. Seal, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 9403. Letter of attorney by Richard de Trewruen to Richard de . . . . to deliver seisin to John de Trevarthian and Isabel his wife of his messuages in Marghasiou and lands, &c. in . . . . . . . . and Guael Bevil. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 16 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 9404. Release by . . . . to Nicholas . . of his right in a messuage in Marghashyou and in Goer Bevyle or Buvyle in the same town. Thursday the eve of St. James the Apostle, 11 Edward [III].
[Cornw.]A. 9405. Feoffment by Richard de [Trewruen] to John [de Trevarthian] and Isabel his wife, of his messuages in Marghasiou and . . . . . and his lands, &c. there and in . . . . . the Conversion of St. Paul . . . .
[Cornw.]A. 9406. Release by Nicholas de Talgullou, son and heir of John de Talgullou, to Richard de Treuuruen of his right in a messuage and the land John Marchant . . . held in Marcasyou. Thursday after the Ascension . . . . . Edward III.
[Cumb.]A. 9407. Indenture of demise by Joan de Cornay, late the wife of Ralph de Sothak, to Sir John de Hudelyston, knight, of the manor of Corna, together with the mill of Cornay for the term of her life; rent, 100s. 40d. The feast of St. Benedict the Abbot, 15 Richard II.
[Cornw.]A. 9408. Indenture being a grant in tail by John de Trevarthian to John Udo and Joan his wife, with remainder in default to John, bastard son of John Udo, for life, of a place of land in Marazion (Parvo Foro). Marghadiow, Wednesday after St. Parnel the Virgin, 33 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 9409. Indenture of demise by John son of Henry de Lodbroc to Thomas le Prestis of Herberburi and Alice his wife, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of the half-virgate John Page formerly held there; rent, 5s. The morrow of St. Michael, 19 Edward II.
[Cornw.]A. 9410. Indenture of demise by Reginald de Tretherf, to Thomas . . . . of St. Ewe, Walter Bray of Tyntaggel, Robert de Hendre and Sir John Hen. . . . . . . . . . . ., of his lands, &c. in Tretherf and Trewens, and in Tre . . . ., . . . . . . . yudel, Trelosek, Lan . . . ., . . Gonspalyar . ., Medesole, Trewarthyn, Tregon . . ., Rescouwals mur and Rescouwals vih[a]n., for the term of their lives; rent, a grain of corn. Tretherf, Wednesday before St. Francis, 45 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 9411. Indenture of demise for six years by William Revel of Buckeby to William Robyn, John Joye, William Ferrour, William Hopkyn, Henry Andreu, Nicholas Hobbe, William Ladde and Richard Broun, of a grange, a 'shepene' and a 'heyhouse' in the manor of Buckeby, together with all the demesne land of Buckeby, with specified exceptions; rent, 10 marks. They are to pay for their boon-works (operibus) during the said term, the said William and Richard 40d., and the rest 20s., &c. Friday the feast of the Apostles Philip and James, 51 Edward III. Draft.
[Wilts.]A. 9412. Indenture, being a release by William Perys of Wrokeshale to Hugh de Lacok, clerk, of his right in the land, &c. which Isabel late the wife of Robert de Holte held in the manor of Lacok at Wyk, with reversion to himself on the said Hugh's decease; rent, during the life of William de Doueliz, a pair of gloves of the price of 1d. and thereafter 10s. Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey Gacelyn, Sir William de Percy, Sir Henry Crok, knights, and others (named).
[Bucks.]A. 9413. Release by Christian late the wife of Henry Baldewine to Richard le Wodeward of her right in the lands, &c. which the said Richard had by the feoffment of Simon Baldewine her son in Little Mussend[en]. Saturday after the Ascension, 18 Edward II.
[York, W.R.]A. 9414. Indenture being a feoffment by Thomas Clapeham, esquire, to William Clapeham his son and Joan daughter of William Scargill, esquire, and the heirs of the said William begotten on the body of the said Joan, with remainder in default to his own right heirs, of the manor of Lound and his lands, &c. in Thorneton and Burton in Lounesdale and within the parish of Thorneton; attorneys to deliver in seisin, Thomas Hopton and William Scargill the younger. Witnesses:—William Calverley and John Hopton of Armeley, esquires, and others (named). 5 September, 8 Edward IV.
[Warw.]A. 9415. Feoffment by John Smythier of Coventre to Thomas Audeley of Pacwode and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of John de Brome of Lapworth, of the lands, &c. which he had by the gift of the said John de Brome in Lapworth, with reversion, in default of her issue, to her right heirs. Coventre, 30 March, 9 Henry IV. Seal quasi-heraldic.
A. 9416. Indenture of demise by the abbess, Maud, and convent of Lacok to Geoffrey Broun and Edith, his wife, of their lands . . . . . . . rent, 13s. 4d. Tuesday . . . . 24 Edward III. French.
[Norf.]A. 9417. Feoffment by Walter Columbel of Great Frausham to Geoffrey de Frausham, of a cottage there. XVIII Kal. May, 10 Edward II.
Leic. Warw.A. 9418. Bond by William Aldrich of Ansley, co. Warwick, 'husbondman,' Robert Burges of Fenny Drayton, co. Leicester, 'husbondman,' and Thomas Smyth of the same, 'husbondman,' to William Gente in 10 marks. 4 March, 36 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Bucks.]A. 9419. Feoffment by Simon Golofour and Robert Clerk of Agmondesham, to Robert Body, William Saunders, Robert Screvener and John Tyllesworth of the same, of the lands, &c. in the borough of Agmondesham which they had by the feoffment of John Spycer and Isabel his wife. 20 January, 4 Edward IV. Seal.
[Sussex.]A. 9420. Chirograph, indented, being the memorandum of an agreement between the prior and convent of Lewes and John, earl of Warrenn, reciting that the former had claimed a pond and the site and suit of a mill in Mechinges and Pidingho as given to them in free alms by the earl's ancestors; release of all their right therein to the said earl in consideration of 8s. rent-charge out of his manor of Mechinges. Lewes, 16 . . ., 1272.
[Wilts.]A. 9421. Release by Eleanor daughter of Robert Caperun to Nicholas de Haveresham of her right in all the land which was her said father's in Compton. [1236, cf 7674, 8915].
[N'hamp.]A. 9422. General release by John Cook of Braundeston to John Borow of the same. Holy Innocents, 13 Richard II.
[York, W.R.]A. 9423. Indenture of demise by John son of Thomas Sothryn to Thomas son of Thomas de Claypam of the manor of Le Londd in Le Thorneton, Westhous and Burton, which Thomas de Thorneton formerly had; from the feast of St. Gregory the Pope and Doctor, 10 Richard II, for twenty years; rent, three marks 8s. 8d.
[Salop.]A. 9424. Counterpart of demise, 14 February, 19 Edward IV, by William Lucy, 'squier,' to Richard Dalle, and any one of his children, for forty-one years, of the 'wer of Apple and the loode with a howse and a closse longyng to the same'; rent, 26s. 8d. Seal.
[Chesh.]A. 9425. Release by Ranulph Baskervile and Agnes his wife to William Baskervile their son, of their lands, &c. in Bostok. Witnesses:— John Downe, knight, William Venables of Kynderton, esquire, Richard Maynwaring the younger. Hulmesschapell, 20 May, 1483. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]A. 9426. Release by Richard Persones of Lappeworth to Thomas Asscheby of Lappeworth, of his right in the lands, &c. there which he had by the feoffment of the said Thomas. Monday after the Conception, 3 Henry V. Seal, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 9427. Feoffment by Thomas son and heir of John de [Penwern ?] to William de Trelan . . as and Alice his wife, of the mill of Killi . . . . . . . . moiety of an acre in Penvethen . . . . The Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, [3 ?] Edward III.
[Berks.]A. 9428. Bond by Stephen Bekke of Redyng, 'yeman,' to Thomas Swayn of the same 'webbe' in 20l. due at Michaelmas, conditioned for the appearance when called upon of Agnes Bekke his wife before the justices to acknowledge two tenements in New Street, Redyng, to be the right of the said Thomas. Thursday after Michaelmas, 7 Henry V. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 9429. Release by Eva, late the wife of John Smith (fabri) of Great Creton to Edmund de Watford, Thomas Bertram, Adam le Vineter, chaplain, John le Vineter, chaplain, and Alice sister of the said Adam, of her right in a messuage and half-virgate of land in Creton, which the said Edmund had by the demise of her said husband. Monday the feast of All Hallows, 13 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 9430. Feoffment by Katharine late the wife of John Grene of Lapworth to Roger Grene her son of her lands, &c. in the fee of Lapworth in tail with remainder in default to the right heirs of John Grene. Wednesday after the Conception, 17 Henry VI.
[Cornw.]A. 9431. Feoffment by Joan, late the wife of Gervase Brae, called Straher, of Helleston to William [called] Herbart of the same of ½a. land situate in the lower . . . of the town of Helleston. Tuesday before the Apostles Philip and James, 1321.
[Norf.]A. 9432. Counterpart indenture being a feoffment by Robert Herward, John Atteffen of Great Yarmouth and Clement Herward to William Barker of Rughton, of a place of land in Shipden; rent, 2s. Monday after St. Lawrence, 1 Richard II. Seal.
[Linc.]A. 9433. Letter of attorney by Thomas Koke, parson of the church of Langton by Partenay, to Thomas Arthor of Langton and William Cartar of the same, to deliver seisin to William Kyme of Langton, Thomas Dyrtforth, chaplain, of the same, and John Bradlay of Aswardby, of the lands, &c. in Aswardby and Hagworthyngham which he together with Alan de Grene, parson of the church of . . . . ., and Thomas Stacy of Langton, since deceased, had by the feoffment of Thomas de Blesby of Aswardby by deed dated there Tuesday in Easter week, 5 Henry [VI]. Monday after the apostles Philip and James, 18 Henry VI.
Middx.A. 9434. Bond by John Crips of Westminster, 'yoman,' to Thomas Stokes, 'gentilman,' in 40s. due on the feast of St. Hilary, conditioned for the payment of 13s. 4d. 4 November, 6 Henry VII. Seal.
A. 9435. Indenture being an acquittance by [John] de Bouclonde to Thomas le Kyng of Mulleford for . . . . Sir John de Hales, formerly perpetual chaplain . . . after All Hallows . . . Edward II. Wit- nesses:— . . . John Neyrnut, John Trenchard . . .
[Wilts.]A. 9436. Indenture of demise by John de la Roche to John Ballard the younger and Alice his wife for their lives, of a messuage and croft called 'Wasecroft' which John Ballard his father formerly held; rent, 2s. Bromham, Thursday before St. Martin, 23 Edward III. Seal. Endorsed; John Grovercame and surrendered the within mentioned messuage and croft, 10 March, 22 . . ., but he is in mercy for half an acre of corn (bladi) unmown last autumn.
A. 9437. Counterpart of demise 13 April, 20 Edward IV, by William Lucy, 'squier,' to John Palmer, of a 'meis' in Norton and one 'zearde lond,' for thirteen years; rent, 18s.
[N'hamp.]A. 9438. Release by Roger Adekyn of Essheby St. Leger to Thomas Martyn of Welton and Juliana his wife, their heirs and assigns, of his right in 1d. rent. Welton, Saturday after St. George, 15 Edward II.
[Oxford.]A. 9439. Indenture, being the memorandum of an agreement between William Catesby and John Broun, viz. that the said William shall make 'astate' to the said John of all his lands, &c. 'that he hath by discent as that he hathe by dame Elizabethe Palmer aunt to the saide William' in Hedyngton, Bolington and Northgate-strete; for this the said John shall make estate to the said William of lands to the yearly value of 26s. 8d. in Walcote or in Ipwell. 10 November, 22 Edward IV. English.
[N'hamp.]A. 9440. Feoffment by Ralph son of William Sampson of Watford to Thomas Turvill of Watford and Margery his wife, of la. arable in Assheby Lygger and ½d. rent from ½a. arable which Eustace Moddri had by his feoffment. Sunday after St. Augustine, 10 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 9441. Chirograph, indented, 31 Henry III, Thursday before Palm Sunday (diem palmarum) between John de Clopton, son and heir of Robert de Clopton, and Thomas de Bisscopisdon, son and heir of William de Bisscopisdon, whereby the said John releases to the said Thomas for life the homage doe to him for land in Clopton, which came to the said Thomas by inheritance; rent, 12d. for all service.
[Warw.]A. 9442. (1) General release by Alice de Langleye of Coventre to John son of Hugh de Meryngton of Coventre. Friday after the Annunciation, 25 Edward III.
(2) Release by same to same of her right in tenements in Coventry in Earl Street, which he had by the gift of John Ballard, her brother. Copies on one skin.
Bucks., N'hamp., Oxford.A. 9443. Indenture being a feoffment by John Swelyngton, Thomas Lovet, William Colles, clerk, and Richard Colles, to Roger Dome and Katharine his wife, and the heirs of the body of the said Roger, with remainder in default to Thomas and John Dome successively in tail, with remainder in default to themselves for sale for the souls of Edmund Dome and his parents as in his last will, of the lands in Mixbury, Newenton Purcell, and Fulwell, co. Oxford, Westbury, co. Bucks, and Brackeley and Evenly, co. Northampton, which they had by the said Edmunds feoffment. Witnesses:—Richard Billyng and others (named). 4 October, 17 Edward III. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 9444. Release by Christian, late the wife of Robert Burnel of Hodenhull, to William de Catesby, of her right in a rose during a certain term and a rent of 100s. from a meadow called 'le Bruscroft' in Hodenhull. Coventre, Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 16 Edward III. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 9445. A fragment, apparently a grant by John Dabernoun of Brad . . . . . to . . . . de Alkington, parson of Wike St. Mary, of . . . . Dated at Callestok . . . ., 35 [Edward III].
[N'hamp.]A. 9446. Feoffment by Thomas son of Robert de Glatton and Hugolina his wife to Herebert de Lodinton and Maud his wife of 3a. arable in Lodinton; rent, 6d. St. Dunstan's day, 14 Edward I.
[N'hamp.]A. 9447. Release by John son of Simon of Great Creton to Edmund son of Edmund de Watford, of his right in 2s. rent from a messuage and virgate of land in Great Creton which Roger Roys of Sprotton formerly held. Friday the eve of the Apostles Simon and Jude, 12 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 9448. Feoffment by Robert Brynyng of Schypden and Isabel his wife to John Heed of the same and Clarice his wife, of a parcel of land there; rent, 2d. Monday after the Conception, 22 Richard II. Copy.
[Suff.]A. 9449. Grant by William Loc to Ralph de Hastinges of licence to make a ditch (decursum baie sue) across his land. Witnesses:—Gerard de Bedingfeld and others (named). Fragment.
[Warw.]A. 9450. Release by Roger Simundus of Toneworth and William Abell, of their right in lands, &c. in Toneworth and Sullihull by reason of the feoffment made to them by Waryn Abell of Toneworth and John Abell son and heir of Waryn. Monday after the Nativity of the B.V.M., 10 Henry VI. Seal.
A. 9451. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement between Thomas Wyltshyr, prior of Bisham (Bustlesham Montagu) on behalf of himself and the other executors of William de Montagu (Monte Acuto), late earl of Salisbury, and John de Pengenna, acting (tractantem) for John de Rosogan of the county of Cornwall, for the said John's discharge, on pay- ment of 40l. from all liability in respect of a statute merchant of 1,900l. wherein he, together with John Hamely, knight, and Andrew Hamely, was bound to the said earl. London, 25 January, 19 Edward III.
Cornw.A. 9452. Indenture being a feoffment by William Bodrugan, knight, to Simon . . ., James Flamak, Willian Pa[r]soune, and Thomas Bere, of the manors of Bodrugan, Restronget, . . . Tremoderes, Treworek, Penstrasow, Tregryan, Trevylcoke, Tucoys, Markwyll next St. . . . . and Pendrym, with lands, &c. there and in . . . . Nantian, Klnoldret, Poundestoke, Pendrym, Loo, Trethaek, Trethaell, Penrynburough, Pencoys . . . . ungdon, Bastell, Ternburough (sic), Kenewyn, T[r]uruvgan, and in the fees of Moreske, Quelmauhow, Roswaltes (?), Rescaso, Halgan, Bodmyn, Fowy, Gwerthour, Tregony, Tatipord and Grogoyth, and with the advowsons of St. Martin of Pendrym, Trurw and Pondestoke. Bodrugan, 15 July, 12 Henry VI. Copy.
[N'hamp.]A. 9453. Feoffment by Richard Golafere of Watforde to Joan late the wife of John Mallore, lord of Welleton, and to Joan and Rose daughters of the said John (Johanne, Roysie, filie predicte Johannis), of 6 selions in the west field of Welton; consideration, 20s.; to hold to the said Joan and Rose, &c; warranty to the said Joan, Joan and Rose (predicte Johanne, Johanne et Roysie). Saturday after the Annunciation, 23 Edward I.
[Cornw.]A. 9454. General release by John Carewe, clerk, and Richard Lannargh Vian to John Trevisa, Christopher Barlowe, John Ducy and Elizabeth Lannargh mer. 16 October, 2 Henry VII. Witnesses, names on dorse. Two seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 9455. Feoffment by John de Cumton and Joan his wife, to William Revel of Buckeby, of all their demesne and all their service of a messuage and three virgates of land which he had of the fee of Robert Revel of Pokeslee in the town of Buckeby; rent, a rose at Midsummer; consider- ation, ½ mark.
[Wilts.]A. 9456. Counterpart of demise by the abbess, Faith (Fidis), and the convent of Lacok, to John Hobekyns of Bouedon and his wife, if he have one, of the reversion of the lands, &c. which John Ponyter and Juliana his wife held of them for life with a croft at Wyke and which Edmund le Smyth formerly held; rent, 6s. 2d. Wednesday after Midsummer, 45 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 9457. Feoffment by Robert le Blund to William and Adam his brothers, for 10s. beforehand, of a messuage &c. which Robert le Crockere formerly held, the tenement which Richard called de Bouedon formerly held of Nicholas le Blund, his father, &c. pasture for 25 sheep (bidencium) with his own, &c.; rent, 13d. Witnesses:—John de la Roch, Gilbert de Fynemore and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 9458. Release by John Attelound, parson of a mediety of the church of Brunham Ulpp, to John Halteclo, of his right in a capital messuage, &c. formerly John Reynald's, of Brunham St. Clement. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 2 Richard II.
Cornw.A. 9459. General release by Peter Luke of Penrynburgh to Hervey Carrak alias Talgarrak of Cambron, co. Cornwall. 29 June, 3 Henry VII.
[Cornw.]A. 9460. Grant by Godfrey de Luci, bishop of Winchester, to Richard son of Gilbert, for his service and homage, and to his heirs, of all the land of Tregudyn and Trevithian which the said Richard and his ancestors used to hold of him and his ancestors for 4s. yearly in socage; likewise grant of the land of Roskelli and of Kiniavots which he had conferred on the said Richard, to hold in fee and heredity by service of one tenth of a knight's fee.
[Cornw.]A. 9461. Bond by Elizabeth late [the wife] of Roger Carminou, knight, to Thomas de la Fenne in 60s., to be paid at Lostwythiel, Sunday after Michaelmas next. Trenial, Wednesday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 23 Edward III. Cancelled.
[Cornw.]A. 9462. Feoffment by Bartholomew de Tregeminion to Reginald his son, of his lands, &c. in Tregeminion. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 4 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 9463. Letter of attorney by . . . . . . to John Kaire to deliver seisin to John Tretherf of . . . . . Tuesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, . . . . . .
A. 9464. Bond by John Lawton of Astbury, co. Chester, clerk, to Roger Dodde in 100l., due at Lady Day next, conditioned for his standing to the award of Geoffrey Symeon and Edward Vaughan, clerks, Morgan Kedwelly, knight, and Richard Sutton, esquire, touching lands, &c. in dispute between them. 4 March, 19 Henry VII.
[Cornw.]A. 9465. Release by Thomas, son and heir of Luke de Sorn, to Thomas Petycru of Brongolou, of the wardship and marriage of Thomas son of Osbert de Nanskelly which he had by the gift of the said Thomas Petycru. Witnesses:—John de Trevaygon and others (named). Tregony, Sunday after the beheading of St. John [the Baptist], 14 Edward II.
[Salop.]A. 9466. Feoffment by Roger Marchall, chaplain, John Piers, chaplain, and John Collynges, chaplain, to William Solers of Styventone, of 2a. land in Asschford field called Wulveley which they had by the feoffment of William de Ciletone of Lodelowe. Lodelowe, Sunday after St. Luke, 49 Edward III. One seal.
[Notts.]A. 9467. Feoffment by William Moryn of Flyntham to Sir John Husse and Agnes his wife of land in . . . Copy.
[Cornw.]A. 9468. Licence, apparently, by Ralph de Trevelly to James de Trevyghan to pay 3s. rent from his lands and tenements in Trevyghan to John de Boskawenros, for all service for two years, and thereafter to retain 2s. Monday before . . . . . . 1334, 8 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 9469. Grant by William de Frausham, lord of the same, to the abbot and canons of St. Mary of Wendlinge of the enjoyment in severalty of a piece of land in Skerninge containing 2½a. IX Kal. Oct., 10 Edward I.
[Warw.]A. 9470. General release by William Boteler of Kenelworth to William Mownforte of Tonworth and John Knyzt of Castel Brumwych. St. Felix and St. Adauctus, 2 Henry IV.
[Notts.]A. 9471. Release by Richard son of Walter Tailor (scisoris) of his right in ½a. in Galle Dale and l½ rood abutting thereon. Witnesses:—Robert de Averanges and others (named). Endorsed: Flyntham.
[N'hamp.]A. 9472. The condition of a bargain made between Thomas Tewe of Welton, esquire, and Henry Chaumbur of Buckeby concerning a rent of 20s. going out of all the lands, &c. of the said Thomas in Welton; viz. the said Thomas to pay 20 marks, by four payments; thereupon the abbot of St. James, Northampton, to deliver to him the deeds touching the said rent, and a release thereof made to him by the said Henry. Northampton, Saturday after St. James the Apostle, 7 Henry VI. Copy.
Cornw.A. 9473. Release by Roger Cristowe, rector of the parish church of Wynnewale of Lysard, to John Reskemer, esquire, son and heir of William Reskemer, of the estate he had by the feoffment of Ralph Reskemer, esquire, in the manor (sic) of Merthen, Trethewysse, Lucyas, Trevarthyan, Rescour- well, Wynyanton, Reskemer Cutterr, Reskemer Manek, Trelowt Haylle, Trelowytth Redreth, Marasu(?), Trefuan, Txethynne, Trevean, Carwaynek, Pennarth, Treveke and elsewhere in Cornwall. Witnesses:—Henry Bod- rugan, knight, Robert Cristowe, rector of Trewalga, Thomas Harry, Vicar of Sent Antony, John Trembrasse and others (named). Wynwale, 15 January, 16 Edward IV.
[Norf.]A. 9474. Feoffment by Agnes, late the wife of Thomas Arnald of Thurgerton, to Richard Erl of Aldeburgh and Margaret his wife, of an enclosure, &c. in Aldeburgh between the bond land (tenenentum natirum) of the manor of Basyngham, called Boyes, &c. Witnesses:—Clement Herward, esquire, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 6 Henry VI.
[Suff.]A. 9475. Feoffment by John Porterose, Thomas Warde and Gilbert Walis of Sudbery to Richard Othelisho of Sudbery, Robert Avelyne, John Thurgor, 'draper,' and John Shepherde, the younger, of a messuge in the parish of All Saints, Sudbery, called 'Darreeshalle,' abutting on Croftstret, &c. which, together with the said Richard Othelisho, who had released his right therein to them, they had by the feoffment of William Lece of Sud- bery; the said Richard Othelisho to pay 26 marks, by payments of 6½ marks each, and to find an honest chaplain to sing for the soul of the said William Lece, his parents and benefactors, for two years, in the parish church of All Saints. 16 October, 17 Richard II. Two seals remaining.
[Warw.]A. 9476. Release by Agnes, late the wife of John Frank (liber) of Solihull, widow, to Thomas Abel of the same, of her right in the lands, &c. which William Abel had in Solihull. Witnesses:—Sir Henry le Notte and others (named). Sunday after Christmas, 20 Edward II. Seal.
[Heref.]A. 9477. Feoffment by John de Norton of Webbeley to Robert de la Boure, Alice his wife, and William de Cernerston of land with buildings called 'Brounynggesplace' in 'le Medustret' of Webbele. Monday after the Purification, 8 Richard II. Endorsed: The charter to be void if the said Robert and the others have quiet enjoyment of 2a. in 'le Wyn- mullefeld' without let from the said John and Margaret his wife.
[Linc.]A. 9478. Feoffment by William, son of Ralph de Spalding to Alan son of Roger de Cubbyldyk, in marriage with Ellen his daughter, and to her issue, of land in Clayanger which he had by the gift of Sir Alexander de Hipetoft, &c.; rent, 6s. 6d. Witnesses:—Sir Alexander de Hipetoft, knight, and others (named).
[Suff.]A. 9479. Feoffment by Richard Abel of Sudbury to William Quik of the same, and Robert Monk of Neutone, of a message, &c. formerly Robert Darre's, in Sudbury, in All Saints' parish. 4 February, 43 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]A. 9480. Feoffment by Isabel atte Forde, daughter of John atte Forde late of Bisshoppesewod, in the parish of Stratford to John Anketull of Lappeworth, of a messuage, &c. in Bissheworth. Lappeworth, Sunday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 2 Richard II. Seal.
[Hants.]A. 9481. Release by William Gounter, esquire, brother and heir of John Gounter, esquire, late of Rakton, co. Sussex, to William Fissher, Kenelm Dygas, Richard Harpur and Thomas Lovell, of his right in lands, &c. formerly Robert Snokeshull's and late the said John Gounter's in Farlyngton and Fryndestaple, co. Hants. 24 April, 20 Edward IV.
[Lanc.]A. 9482. Indenture of demise by John son of Robert le Grelle to Robert de T . . . of [all his lands and] tenements in Chorleton for life, [together with] pasture and turbary and with his liberty in the mill of the lord of Mamces . . . ; rent, 4 marks; with remainder to Richard, son of Aliva de Prestwych, and Nicholas and Henry his brothers successively, for life, with remainder to the said John. Mamcestre, Tuesday after St. Hilary, 24 [Edward] III. Imperfect. Endorsed:—A dede unto Robert Trafford from Jhon Grell.
[Warw.]A. 9483. Indenture of demise by Thomas Twe of Welton to Roger Hykedy, Thomas his son, and Thomas Rychard of Brounniswavere, for twenty-four years, of a meadow in Clifton; rent, 6s. 8d. Sunday after All Hallows, 8 Richard II.
[Cornw.]A. 9484. Letter of attorney by John de Tredaek to John de Penhal to deliver seisin to Michael de Lannergh and Margaret, his wife, of lands, &c. in Arlyn and Lanwethenek, with the rents and services of John Richard of Arlyn, and of John William of Roscell[i]. Arlyn, Monday after St. Margaret, 24 Edward III.
Hants.A. 9485. Release by Geoffrey Hore of Loveden, co. Hants, to Peter Beveroo, clerk, Robert Munkeston, rector of the church of Farlyngton, and John Norton of Suthwyk, of his right in two burgages in Farham, and in all the lands, &c. which they had by his demise in Frendstapull and Farlyngton and which were formerly Thomas Snokeshull's. 5 May, 8 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
[Hants.]A. 9486. Feoffment by William Balfote, son and heir of Richard Balfote, late citizen of Salisbury, to John Beyre of Havonte, John Gunter, esquire, John Holte, John Pewell and William Bell, of his lands, &c. in the parish of Farlington next Bedhampton, co. Hants. Witnesses:— Richard Dalingrygge, esquire, and others (named). 4 December, 36 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
[Suff.]A. 9487. Indenture being a feoffment by John Otheleshoo of Colchester, Thomas Shorthose, John Newman, and William Musket of Sudbery, to John Hunne, Henry Tumour, John Vyne, William Jacob the younger, John Tille, 'dyere,' and John Aylof of Sud- bery, of a messuage in Sudbery called anciently 'Darreeshalle', wherein Richard Othleshoo, father of the said John, dwelt in his lifetime, in the parish of All Saints, in Crostret, next the tenement of John Tille, 'wevere,' which they jointly had by the feoffment of William Randull, John Tille, 'wevere,' Nicholas Bocheer, William Hereward and John Roberd of Sudbery, the said John Hunne to pay the said John Otheleshoo 35 marks within seven years, 5 marks yearly, over and above 5 marks paid in hand. Michaelmas 18 Henry VI. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 9488. Letter of attorney by John de Beauchamp, lord of Holte, and Joan his wife, to Sir Richard Felde, clerk, and John Motoun, to deliver seisin to John de Catesby of the manor of Bobenhull. Bathekynton, Sun- day before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 7 Richard II. Seals of arms, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 9489. Feoffment by Desiderata, late the wife of Walter, called Bleyt, of Roscreugi, widow, of all the water from her land of Roscreugi, to Thomas de Trelanbihan, for the stream (bedum) of his mill of Trelanbihan; rent, 1d. at Michaelmas; also grant to him of the multure (moturam) of all her land of Roscreugi, and reasonable right of way for all doing suit to his said mill. Witnesses:—Ralph de Tregod, knight, and others (named). Trelanbihan, St. Thomas the Martyr, 1285. Endorsed: Trelanvyan.
[Bucks.]A. 9490. Feoffment by Thomas Stubbes of Ranneston to John Bacaylle of Little Brikhull and John Hunte of the same, of lands, &c. in Ranneston and Wyth Aker called 'Holthalle.' Witnesses:—John Holneye of Weston, William Stachesden and others (named). Tuesday before St. Matthew the Apostle, 14 Richard II. Copy. Endorsed: The charter remaineth in the custody of John Man, son and heir of Joan Stubbes daughter of the said Thomas Stubbes.
[Norf.]A. 9491. Feoffment by Robert Herward and Clement his brother to John de Aldeburgh and Richard Brese of the lands, &c. in Shypden, which were Robert Tebald's of Shipden. Whit Monday, 6 Richard II.
[Cornw.]A. 9492. Indenture of demise by Richard Carnsuwyow to Roger Mercer of Penryn and Maud his wife, of a park of land which the said Roger held of him in the land of Treghembys, with a free way from the head of the lane called Bondenas, &c. with turbary (unam dietam turbar') in the moor of Tremogh', which was common between him and Rose de Tremogh', paying her half the price; to hold for twenty-four years; rent, 10s. and suit to his court of Carnsuwyow. Sunday the morrow of St. Philip and St. James the Apostles, 1 Henry VI. Endorsement.
[Linc.]A. 9493. Indenture being a feoffment by Philip Kyme of Kyrketon in Holland and John Claymond, Richard Pierson and Richard Maygur of the same to John Poles the younger of the same and Anne Conyn daughter of the late Alan Conyn, merchant, of the same and their issue, of a messuage, &c. there, described, with reversion in default to themselves to the use of the last will of the said John Poles the younger; attorney to deliver seisin, John Hayland, of the same. Witnesses:—William Symson, vicar of Kyrketon, and others (named). 22 October, 22 Edward IV. Fragments of seals.
[Glouc.]A. 9494. Feoffment by Gilbert de Henlie son of Henry to Beatrice, abbess of Lakoc, of 2a. arable in Wodemancote; consideration, 11s. 10d. in gersum.
[Linc.]A. 9495. Indenture of demise by John de Cobyldyk, knight, to Peter de Grymesby, Thomas Tours of Hagworthyngham, Richard de Osbaldwik, chaplain, and John Wade, rector of the church of Aswardby, of the manor of Preston in Holand, which he had by the demise of Maud de Cobyldyk his mother; to hold during the said Maud's life, rendering her therefor 43l. at Haryngton at Michaelmas, Christmas, Easter and St. Botolph's day equally. Haryngton, Easter, 43 Edward III.
[York, E.R.]A. 9496. Feoffment by William Crosland of Houeden to Thomas Sutton son of Simon Sutton of the same, and Alice his wife, of a messuage in Houeden next Halebrigg, abutting on the Derwent, between the tenement late of Master Thomas Portyngton then of Richard Portyngton, esquire, and the road from Halegate to Houeden market place. Monday after Midsummer, 3 Richard III. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]A. 9497. Grant by Clarice daughter of the late Hugh Tebaud of Schipeden to William Attehil of the same, for life, of a piece of land there, at Crowemer. Monday before St. Clement the Pope, 11 Edward [I].
[Cumb.]A. 9498. Feoffment by Richard de Keldebank to Richard de Coupland of all his lands, &c. in Botill. Whit-Monday, 49 Edward III.
[Cumb.]A. 9499. Feoffment by Richard . . . . . to Alan . . . . of 2a. of land in Botill. Witnesses:—William de Thwyattes and others (named). Endorsed: Carta de Hytten in Bottell.
[Notts.]A. 9500. Demise by Gilbert Colstan of Flintham to Roger atte (super) Grene and Miriilda his wife of a selion of arable, the term to begin at Michaelmas, 3 Edward [I] till they had received five crops.