Deeds
A.10501 - A.10600

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1906

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'Deeds: A.10501 - A.10600', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 5 (1906), pp. 10-23. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64428 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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A.10501 - A.10600

[Cornw.]A. 10501. Grant by Peter de Antreuon to John de Tremaen in frank marriage with Margery his daughter, of a messuage in Henleston Burgh in the great street, with 5a. land English, on the south of the town; rent, a pair of white gloves at Michaelmas, for all service, save 5d. to the chief lords from the messuage. Antreuon, Thursday the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 30 Edward [I].
[Cornw.]A. 10502. Letter of attorney by John de Trespresuni to Oger his son to do homage, fealty, suit of court and all other services he used to do to Sir Roger de Carmenou for a half-acre of land in Trespresuni. Carmenou, Friday the eve of St. Lawrence, 25 Edward [I].
[Cornw.]A. 10503. Letter of attorney by Oliver de Carmynou, knight, to Richard de Trewennard to receive seisin of two messuages and the moiety of an acre of land Cornish in Polkenhoern, and of two mills with their suits and multures in the town of Rigiou and the service of the free tenants, which he had by the gift and feoffment of [Ralph] de . . . . you, knight, in the towns of Rosmoren, Rigiou, Roswoen and Helwyn. Dated at . . . . ewel, Friday after Easter, 7 Edward III.
Endorsed: Polkynhorn.
[Warw.]A. 10504. Indenture of demise by John Hampton of Coventre, son of Geoffrey Hampton, to Richard Laraunce of Bulkynton, for life, of a tenement in Bulkynton called 'Waweplace,' wherein Richard was dwelling, with land and a croft adjacent; rent, a red rose at Midsummer. Witnesses:—Richard, vicar of Bulkynton, and others (named). Bulkynton, 20 December, 11 Henry VI. Seal.
CornwA. 10505. Feoffment by Richard Calmady, gentleman, to John Reskymer, esquire, of all his land, &c. in Retalecke within the parish of St. Hilary (lllarye); attorneys to deliver seisin, John Trethowan and Thomas Trelodas. 12 October, 33 Elizabeth, 1591. Witnesses' names endorsed.
[Norf.]A. 10506. Release by Robert son of Peter le Milnir of Skerning to God and the church of St. Mary of Wendling and the abbot and canons of the Premonstratensian order, for God and his soul's health, of 4d. rent for a piece of land in Skerning in 'Netherfurlong' abutting on 'Tumshae.'
[Cornw.]A. 10507. Release by Eva late the wife of Reginald Lowis of Bodmin widow, to Roger le Tayllur of the same, the younger, of her right by way of dower in Roger's land, &c. in Stymg[e]lly, Bodmin and Penbugel. Tues- day after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 5 Edward III.
[Sussex]A. 10508. Feoffment by John atte Mylle otherwise called Mylleward, clerk, to Maurice Pomery of the parish of Pulbergh, co. Sussex, of the land, &c. in the town of Inlonde, and hundred of Bourne and in the town of West Hertyng, called 'Chaunses,' in the hundred of Dempford, which together with Walter Haket, he had by the feoffment of Roger Gunter, son and heir of John Gunter; with the reversion of the third part thereof expectant on the decease of Maud sister of the late William Tayllard. West [Hertyng], . . . ., 5 Henry VI. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10509. Indenture being a feoffment by Elizabeth late the wife of John Tremayne and Lawrence Tremayne, son and heir of the said John and Elizabeth, to Robert Bruse, of a place of land, with a garden, and la. land English, in the town of Helstonburgh, the place and garden in St. Mary street, the acre in Gweylgolestre, next land of the wardens of the chapel of St. Mary, &c., to hold of the chief lord of the borough by the rent and service due and accustomed, and further by paying them 6s. rent, &c. Witnesses:—Eurinus John, mayor of the borough, Henry Gyllyot, John Nanskylly. Helstonburgh, 10 September, 22 Edward IV. Seal, broken.
[Norf.]A. 10510. Feoffment by Nicholas Gruggon and Christian his wife of Brunham Nortone, to Ralph le Palmer of the same, of a half-acre of land in Nortone field. Trinity Sunday, 15 Edward II.
Sussex.A. 10511. Feoffment by John Beynton, knight, to Richard Beau- champ, bishop of Salisbury, John Chaynye and Peter Cowdraye, esquires, Thomas Stocton, chaplain, and Robert Wotton, of the manor of Tabeler Halle in the parish of Schepeleye, called 'Beynton.' Witnesses:—Roger Towkotis, John Wylughby, knights, Walter Borgh, John Mompesson, Thomas Bonham, esquires. 16 March, 3 Edward IV.
[Cornw.]A. 10512. Feoffment by Richard son of William de Reskemmer to Roger de Reskemmer, knight, for life, of his manor of Reskemmer, with all its appurtences, except the towns of Tregoys and Boscauan, with reversion to himself and his heirs. Witnesses:—Ralph Blogyou, William Basseth, knights, Richard Ceregeaus, John de Lanbroun, John Bylloun. Reskem- mer, Tuesday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 6 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10513. Bond by John Carnarthour, William Nanscalan and Reginald Hendre to John Reskymmer, esquire, in 100 marks at All Hallows next, conditioned for their standing to the award, together with Joan, Maud and Margaret their wives, of John Trenowyth, esquire, and Thomas Bere, chosen on their side, and of John Treffrye, knight, and William Mohun, chosen on the said John Reskymmer's side, touching their claim in three messuages . . . . . . . . acres meadow, 20a. . . . . . . . . nigh Treveke. 12 September, 6 Henry VII. See A. 10009.
[Norf.]A. 10514. Feoffment by Thomas Rownyng, of Skernyng, and William Rownyng, of Est Derham, to Robert Tomlynson, of Skernyng, Geoffrey Brakke, of the same, and John Cokkeden alias Cotton, of Wendlyng, of a messuage and ½a. land in Skernyng, which they had by the gift of Richard Barne and William Tabbe. 11 January, 10 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed: Tomplinsons. Thomas Hoo.
[Cornw.]A. 10515. Indenture of demise by John Trevarthian, esquire, to John John Tremayn, James Gerveys, John Urban, John Trethewy, John Skewys and John Trethewy, the younger, of his manors of Merthyn and Rosewyk, Trevarthian and Tretheves, the advowson of the churches of Landewednack, Ruan Major and Ruan Minor [Sanctorum Winvaloi, Rumoni Magni et Rumoni Parvi), and his land, &c. in Chymeder, Sensewana, Guylles and Leyty; to hold the said manors of Merthyn and Rosewyk, &c. and the said land, &c. in Chymeder, Sensewana, Guylles and Leyty, for the term of the life of Joan his wife, and the said manors of Trevarthian and Tretheves, and the said advowsons, for the term of their lives, at the rent of a grain of corn at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—John Penros, James Treverbyn, John Trereys, Eurinus Boneython, Matthew Skewys. Merthyn, Sunday before the Ascension, 22 Richard II.
Memorandum, endorsed, of enrolment in the Bench roll 1 of deeds enrolled Easter term, 22 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 10516. Release by William son of Henry Clement of Great Frausham to John Aldus, chaplain, and John son of Henry Syred, of the same, the heirs of John Syred, or the assigns of the said John the chaplain and the said John Syred, of his right in a messuage, 4a. arable and 1½a. wood there. Wednesday after St. Mark the Evangelist, 9 Edward II. Seal, with legend: s. will'i. fil. henrici.
Endorsed: Iste Carte pertinent Rectori de Magna Fraunsham pro terris vocatis Elynghams in Fraunsham predicta.
[Norf]A. 10517. Feoffment by Adam Roundyng of Skernyng to Roger Ede, and Cecily his wife, of the same, of 1a. arable there, which, inter alia, he had, together with John Camplyon, since deceased, by the gift of Margery, late the wife of the said Roger Ede, as in her charter of feoffment. Sunday after the Apostles Peter and Paul, 12 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10518. Feoffment by John Pynnez, son and heir of Richard Pynnes, late of Est Derham, co. Norfolk, for a certain sum paid him beforehand by William Henrison of Skernyng, to the said William, John Botery, Richard Heryngton, of Gressenhall, and Thomas Aunger, of Skernyng, of a piece of arable, containing three acres, in the field of Skernyng, at 'Bettesfeld,' which descended to him on his said father's decease. Skernyng, 2 January, 14 Henry VIII. Seal.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
[Norf.]A. 10519. Chirograph, indented, being the memorandum of an agree- ment, Thursday after the feast of St. Leonard the Abbot, 25 Edward [I], between William son of Ralph de Oxburh and Thomas de Skerning and Agnes atte Halle his wife, viz. William granted the said Thomas and Agnes for life 2a. 1 rood arable in Little Frausham, to hold without con- tradiction on the part of William or of John his son and heir; the said William and John, his son and heir by Emma late his wife, to be discharged from all actions between the parties, whether in the king's courts or not, and particularly from three quarters of barley which they were bound to pay yearly during the life of the said Agnes, rendering in lieu thereof to the said Thomas and Agnes and her heirs 16d. by quarterly payments, with power to her to distrain on a piece of land lying between 'le Kerrs,' in 'Herviis aker,' in 'Potters Lund,' &c. Witnesses:—Sir William de Frausham, knight, and others (named). A.D. 1297. Seal. Endorsed.
Memorandum de redditu soluto per G. Pouly de Fraunsham Parva.
[Norf.]A. 10520. Feoffment by John Poumfreyt of Skernyng the elder, John Poumfreyt, clerk, his son, William Slappe, clerk, and Clement Poumfreyt, of Skernyng, to Francis Southwell, esquire, Thomas Hoo, John Stringer, gentlemen, and Geoffrey Brakke, of an enclosure (inclausum), reckoned at 7a., late William Deye's, sometime of Est Derham, as it lies at 'lez alders,' in Skernyng, next Thomas Hoo's enclosure called 'Fercarclose,' &c. which, inter alia, they had by the feoffment of Jerome Crowe, rector of a mediety of the church of Skernyng, by charter dated on the feast of St. Kalixtus the Pope and Martyr, 21 Henry VII, and which he the said John Poumfreyt the elder lately bought of the said William Deye, as in the general charter of the said William, dated 18 February, 2 Richard III, appeared; to hold to the said Francis, Thomas, John and Geoffrey, to the use of the said Thomas Hoo, his heirs and assigns, &c. Skernyng, 11 April, 24 Henry VII. Two seals remaining. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
Cornw.A. 10521. Feoffment by John Trevarthyan to John Trevarthyan his son of 20l. rent charged on land, &c. in Tregemynyon and on all other the land, &c. which were James Tregemynyon's; which rent the said James de Tregemynyon, lord of Tregemynyon, granted to him, his heirs and assigns charged on land, &c. in Tregemynyon and on all other the said James' land, &c. in the county of Cornwall. Monday before St. Andrew the Apostle, 6 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 10522. Feoffment by Roger Ede and Marjory his wife to Thomas Stalon, and Agnes his wife, their heirs and assigns, of a piece of land beside Benecroft Mer', &c. Skernyng, Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 21 Richard II. Seals.
Endorsed: Erisez grove; Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10523. Release by Hillaria daughter and heir of Richard de Feltker, of full age, to the abbot and convent of Wenling and their church of St. Mary of the same, of her right in 5d. rent which they used to pay for a tenement in Skerning which formerly belonged to the said Richard her father; to hold in free, alms, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Fraus- ham, Alexander his son, Sir Saer de Frivill, Andrew his son, and others (named) each with son, or sons.
[Cornw.]A. 10524. Indenture being a release by Joan late the wife of Stephen de Trewynnek to John de Trevarthyan and Joan his wife of her estate in the lands, &c. which she held in dower in the towns of Tremur, Est Hendre, Crukeyuek, Trefreugy, Tregew and Muchel Bodhudek, the reversion whereof was expectant to the said John de Trevarthyan and Joan his wife for the term of the life of the said Joan and to the heirs of the said Joan of the body of Nicholas Helfknygth, formerly her husband, begotten; also grant to them of all her estate in all the land, &c. which she had in the town of Treyuthel for the life of the said Joan; rendering to her therefore 52s. 7d. Witnesses:—John Penros, Drew Trebuher, Robert Poddynk, William Mollys, Simon Poddynk. West Hendre, Thursday before St. Gregory, 41 Edward III. French.
[Norf.]A. 10525. Feoffment by William Choket, late of Est Derham, Thomas Mychell, chaplain, and Alan Whytopp, of the same, to Robert Tomlynson of Skernyng, Geoffrey Brakke and Thomas Wuttes of the same, of two pieces of land and pasture in Skernyng, containing 3½a. and 1½a. respectively, &c. which they had by the feoffment of William Dey, the elder, and John Pylche of Est Derham; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Godewyn and John Pomefrey the younger. 8 January, 16 Henry VII. Seals, one, apparently, of arms.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo. Tomplinsons.
[Cornw.]A. 10526. Demise by John Porthnanter to John Trevarthyan, for the term of his life, at 3s. rent, of a messuage and a ferling of land in the town of Trefleghyou, with the rent and service of John Vel for a ferling of land there. Witnesses:—John Staba, Thomas Bally of Tregeue, Alan de Tregeue, John Aly of Harch, John the clerk. Saturday before the Circumcision, 42 Edward III.
Endorsed: Treleytho.
Warw.A. 10527. Feoffment by John Porrey, and Joan his wife, of Henley in Arden, drapers, to William their younger son, of a messuage, &c. there; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Pratt, draper, and Thomas Courte of the same. Midsummer, 2 Henry VII. Seals.
[Norf.]A. 10528. Feoffment by William atte Mede (ad pratum) son of Henry Clement, and Roger his son and heir, of Great Frausham, to John son of Henry Syred and John Aldus, chaplain, of the same, of 1a. arable there, in the tilth (cultura) called 'Ywerthlond.' Saturday after St. Martin, 5 Edward II. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10529. Bond by William Reskymer, esquire, to Sir Geoffrey Adam, chaplain, in 20l. at Michaelmas. 10 November, 11 Edward IV.
[Cornw.]A. 10530. Letters patent, dated 9 October, being a certificate under the seal of his office by the Official of the Archdeacon of Cornwall, that whereas Owen Lloide, Doctor of Laws, Vicar General of John, bishop of Exeter, in the bishop's absence (in remotis agente) had notified him that he had admitted and instituted Geoffrey Adam, chaplain, to the church of the parish of St. Wynwolaus of Landewynnek, vacant by the resignation of Master Walter Wille, last rector there, upon the presentation of John son and heir of William Reskemer, the true patron, and had ordered him to give the said Geoffrey real and corporal possession of the said church, as by letters patent of the said Owen under the seal of the Principal Official of the said bishop dated 3 October, 1477, in the 13th year of his episcopacy appeared; he had, on receipt of the said mandate, caused the said Geoffrey to be inducted into the said church, on 7 October, by John Rosy, rector of Grade, his commissary. Damaged.
[Cornw.]A. 10531. Letter of attorney by Thomas de la Fenne and John de Kendale to William Trelulle, clerk, to deliver seisin to Thomas son of Roger de Carrninou the farm of the manors of Tretheves, Wynianton, and Kenel, according to the indentures between them. Carminou, Monday the morrow of St. Margaret the Virgin, 22 Edward III. Seals of arms, broken.
Warw.A. 10532. Bond by John Grysewold of Whyttele of the parish of Wutton, co. Warwick, husbandman, to John Catesby of Asschebylegger, esquire, in 20l. at Michaelmas. 6 June, 13 Henry VI. Fragments of seal.
[Norf.]A. 10533. Feoffment by William Dey of Est Derham the elder and John Pylche, of the same, to William Choket, Thomas Mychell, chaplain, and Alan Whytopp, all of the same, of two pieces of land and pasture in Skernyng, of 3½a. and 1½a. respectively, which they had by the feoffment of William Rownyng of Est Derham. 6 November, 12 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed, Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10534. Feoffment by Ralph de Skernigg and John Schor- wode, chaplain, of Skernigg to Eufemia daughter of Roger de Skernigg, of a messuage with buildings there and 2½a. land. Friday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 23 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10535. Feoffment by Clement Powmfreth of Skernyng to Robert Baker, vicar of a mediety of the church of Skernyng, to Geoffrey Bracke, Edmund Mychell and Thomas Bracke of the same, of a piece of arable there reckoned at 3a. at 'Serhowescrosse,' which he had by the feoffment of the said Robert Baker, dated at Skernyng, 6 February, 16 Henry VII. Skernyng, 16 April, 16 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Cornw.]A. 10536. Indenture being a feoffment by Oto Trevarthian, to Henry Coky and Joan his wife, in tail, with reversion in default to himself and his heirs, of a garden in Marghasbighan, at 8d. rent. Marghassiow, Friday before Whitsun, 3 Henry V.
[Norf.]A. 10537. Feoffment by John Elfer of Great Frausham to Clement the chaplain of Blyclyngg of a half-acre [there.] Great Frausham, Monday after Whitsun, 9 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10538. Feoffment by Roger son of Baldwin de Frevill to Thomas son of Odelina of Skerning, for his homage and service, and 20 marks in gersum, of 24a. arable and a messuage which Alferus son of Brother held of him in Skerning; also grant to the said Thomas of free faldage throughout his fee in Skerning; rent, 12d. at three terms of the year, &c. Equestrian seal, blurred and broken.
[Norf.]A. 10539. Feoffment by Roger son of Gilbert of Frausam to Fulcher son of Alfarus of Wendling (Venlinga), of 4a. of his lordship (dominio) at Southwood (Sudvude) in his foreign tilth (cultura mea forensica) at the west, except ½a; rent 18d. viz. 5d. on the feast of St. Edmund, 4d. on Palm Sunday and 4d. on the feast of St. Margaret, and 2d. to a scutage. Witnesses:—Reiner, knight (Reinero milite), Simon de Sudvude and others (named).
Endorsed: Bromhill.
[Norf.]A. 10540. Feoffment by Henry son of William of Frausham to William son of Leftheyn of Wenlinge, for his homage and ½ mark in gersum, of a meadow in the town of Frausham at 'Clakesthornes,' abutting on 'Fenbrige,' and ½d. rent Robert Wendam used to pay him for a pit (fovea) belonging to the said meadow; rent 2d. at Christmas. Seal, broken.
CornwA. 10541. Bond by John Howke of Rosogowe beside Bodennek, co. Cornwall, 'husbondman,' and Philip Jankyn [of] Talbenny beside Treneke in the said county, 'husbondman,' otherwise called Philip Talbenny of Talbenny beside Treneke, in the said county, 'husbondman,' to John Davy of Grauntpond, in 100s. at Michaelmas. Thursday before the Assumption, 10 Henry VII.
[Sussex.A. 10542. Grant by Guy de Brian to Sir Andrew de Saukevill and Joan his wife and Andrew's heirs, of the reversion expectant on the decease of Alina late the wife of Sir Robert de Sapy, of a messuage, and 301a. land, called 'Godeleysonde' in Peveneseye and Westhamme. Witnesses:— Sir Andrew Peverel, Sir John Waleys and Sir John de Fyenes, knights, and others (named). Heilesham, Thursday after the Assumption, 17 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 10543. Indenture of demise by Thomas de Brynkelowe of Coventre, and Alice his wife, to William Inggeland of Welton, for forty years from Michaelmas next, at 20d. rent, of a cottage and curtilage in Welton in 'le Netherhende,' next Geoffrey Lovel's tenement; to hold of the said Thomas and Alice and her heirs; if Alice die within the forty years, the rent, and the reversion of the cottage, &c. shall remain to Richard de Welton, of Coventre, John Inggelond and the said William Inggelond, to sell the said rent and reversion and to apply the proceeds to the fabric of the church of Welton, for the souls of Thomas Bultyng and . . . . his wife and of all faithful departed. Welton, 29 May 11 Richard II. One seal.
[Warw.]A. 10544. Feoffment by Thomas Tomson of Nuneton and John Asshe of the same, the elder, to William Ludford of Nuneton otherwise called William Smyth of the same, 'smyth,' John Ludford of the same, otherwise called John Smyth of the same, 'barbour,' and Agnes his wife, of a tenement or cottage in Nuneton, extending from a field called 'Burgage feld' to the weir called 'Honysiche,' &c. Witnesses:—John Asshe the younger, then bailiff, and others (named). 5 January, 1 Henry VIII.
[Norf.]A. 10545. Feoffment by John Colyn of Wendlyng and Edmund Tabbe of Skernyng to Thomas Rownyng and John Pescod of the same, of a messuage there, with buildings (desuper edificatum) and three pieces of arable in a croft, reckoned at 3a. adjacent to the said messuage, which, together with John Giles of Skernyng, since deceased, they had by the gift of John Giles, of Est Bradenham, and Rose his wife, late the wife of Henry Ede; attorney to deliver seisin, on behalf of John Colyn, the said Edmund Tabbe. 20 November, 10 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Cornw.]A. 10546. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement between John Trevarthian of the one part and Margery late the wife of Richard Eyre, John Mone and William Eyr, of the other; to wit, that William son of the said John Mone shall be married to Idona daughter of the said . . . . . . year after the provision (garnissement) made by the said John Trevarthian, or by the said Margery; and the said parties . . . . . . . . to their marriage for their sustenance, as much as shall be ordered by Sir Henry Hilcombe, John Treverbyn, John Chendit . . . . . . . . . John Trevarthian has granted all the claim which he, John his father and Roger his brother have in the manor of . . . . . . the said four referees (ordinours), and this award (ordinance) shall be made before the said children are espoused . . . . . [they] grant that the said children shall not be procured, or counselled by their procurement, to dissent from (disagrier a) the said marriage; mutual releases; bonds in 200l. for observance of covenants. Ascension Day . . . . — French; imperfect.
Endorsed: Trembethowe.
[Cornw.]A. 10547. Release by John Seneschal of Tresuswal, called 'Clerc,' and Henry de Trewynnard to Peter de Tremaen, of their right in 30s. rent in the town of Trevoeder which he granted them by his writing, and also in all the lands, &c. in the said town. Undated, but apparently executed.
[Warw.]A. 10548. Feoffment by John de Brome of Lapworth to John Sleey, and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the body of the said John, of a tenement in Lapworth called 'Morhe . .'; rent 14s. Sunday after St. Matthias, — Edward III. Copy.
[Cornw.]A. 10549. Indenture being a feoffment by Ralph Reskymeur, lord of Reskymeur, to Robert de Tregorra . . and Alice his wife, in tail, of a parcel of land in Marchasbighan (Parvo Foro); rent, 6d. . . . . . 11 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10550. Feoffment by Ralph son of John le Gleuman of Skernyngg to John son of Florence Bunchequyl, of the same, of two messuages and eight pieces of arable in Skernyngg. Thursday before St. Edmund the King, 4 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10551. Grant by Walter son of Reginald Tutfet of Great Frausham to God and St. Mary and the canons of the Premonstratensian order at Wendling in free alms, of 1d. rent which Robert son of Ednoth of Wendlinge paid him for a piece of arable in the fields there, near Calfhaye wood. Seal (a pair of shears), with legend sigill. walteri tutfet.
Endorsed: Carta Walteri Tutfait.
[Norf.]A. 10552. Feoffment by Robert son of Ethnoth of Wenlinge to the abbot and convent &c. of Wenlinge, of a piece of land in the field there, at Northalefaldgate, &c. 1a. wood, &c. in exchange for 2a. 3 roods at Calf- hawe, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Jordan Folyot, Sir Robert de Hulme, Sir William de Frausham, Sir Warin de Herford, Sir Roger de Harsic and Sir John de Dunham, knights, and others (named). Seal, with legend.
[Warw.]A. 10553. Indenture being an agreement made St. Bartholomew's day, 34 Edward I, between Margery late the wife of Walter Broun of Taneworth and Walter his son and heir touching her dower [there]. She releases her claim, by reason of the gift of Adam le Mareschal, in Lysterleyefeld, &c. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 10554. Release by Roger le Fraunceys to Walter Brun, Reginald son of Bertram and Maud Salomon, of his right in their lands at Listerleye, over which he brought a writ of common pasture in the eyre of the justices in eyre at Warewik, 36 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]A. 10555. Feoffment by William son of Robert de Holehal to Walter son of Roger Brun, his heirs or assigns, religion excepted, of 4½a. land in Listerleye Heath (in bruerio de), between the lane from Listerleye to Monekespath &c. toward Langedon way (versus viam de); rent, 18d.; consideration, 22s.
[Norf.]A. 10556. Feoffment by Alexander Stalun of Skerningg to Simon son of Alexander of the same and Eufemia his wife, Roger, Ralph and Adam, their sons, of 1a. arable there, abutting on Feldker &c. Sunday after the Apostles, Philip and James, 9 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo; . . . . postea Pumfrettes.
[Norf.]A. 10557. Feoffment by Edmund Reve, rector of Great Frausham, and Robert Soppe, vicar of Skernyng, to Adam Roundyng and Cecily his wife, of Skernyng, of a piece of arable there, at Feldker &c., which they had by the gift of John Peyntour of the same. Monday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 7 Henry V. Seals.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10558. Release by John Peyntour of Skernyng to Adam Roundyng and Cecily his wife of Skernyng, of his right in a piece of arable there, at Felker. Monday after St. Lawrence the Martyr, 9 Henry V. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10559. Feoffment by Richard Spladyng and Thomas Storme of Estderham, executors of the will of Thomas Stanton of the same, to Robert Couper, William Pylche and Edmund Couper of the same, of the half part of a messuage called 'Sketys' in Skernyng &c. The feast of St. George the Martyr, 29 Henry VI. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10560. Feoffment by Thomas Man the elder and Richard Crowe of Skernyng to Robert and Henry Man of a messuage and a cottage, formerly Adam Man's, a croft, four pieces of arable, a piece of underwood in the common, and 1a. meadow for mowing, and all the lands which were John Man's in Skernyng. 4 August, 17 Edward IV. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10561. Feoffment by John Man of Skernyng to William Belde the elder, and William Colcy of the same of land &c. there, as in A. 10560. 20 June, 17 Henry VI. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10562. Feoffment by Richard Newman and Thomas Drewry of of Skernyng, co. Norfolk, 'husbondmen' to Geoffrey Brakk of the same, 'yoman,' Robert Baker of the same, clerk, John Purafrett, clerk, Thomas Brakk and Robert Kyrby of the same, 'husbondmen,' of a close [there] of 1a. near the chapel of St. Botolph &c. which they had by the feoffment of the said Geoffrey Brakk, Robert Baker, clerk, John Brakk and Edmund Mechell, by charter dated 22 January, 17 Henry VIII. Skernyng, 29 January, 17 Henry VIII. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10563. Feoffment by Richard son of Robert de Sudwude of Wenling to Peter son of Richard Dengard of the same of a moiety of a messuage in Skerningg, formerly Margaret Pinke's; rent, to the chief lord 1½d. and ¼d. to a scutage, more or less.
[Norf.]A. 10564. Feoffment by John Reve the elder of Skernyngg and Ralph Gamen of the same to Margery Schortewode of a messuage there, which they had by the feoffment of John Schortewode, formerly vicar of a mediety of the church of Skernyngg. Sunday after the Epiphany, 7 Richard II. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo; . . . . modo Ricardi Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10565. Feoffment by John son of Robert le Smyth of Thomston to Robert Soppe, vicar of Skernyngg, and Ralph Humeltoft of the same, of all his land &c, viz. a messuage and cottage, formerly Adam Man's, &c., and an acre of underwood in the common, called 'Wodegategrene,' in Skernyngg, which descended to him on the death of Margaret his mother. Easter Tuesday, 21 Richard II. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10566. Feoffment by Reyner de Jaxham of Skerningg to Geoffrey his son of a half acre of land in the field of Skerning. The Epiphany, 3 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10567. Feoffment by Simon son of Roger son of Hutdr', of Skerning, to Reyner de Jakesham of Skerningg and Hubert son of Richard Godewile of Mateshale, for their homage and service and 40s. in gersum, of two pieces of arable in Skerningg. Wednesday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 27 Edward I.
[Norf.]A. 10568. Release by Hubert le Goterwyle of Mateshale to Reyner de Jakesham of Skerningg of two pieces of arable in the field of Skerningg. Sunday before St. Ambrose, 3 Edward [II]. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10569. Feoffment by Reyner de Jakesham of Skerningg to Geoffrey his son, in tail, of the moiety of a piece arable in the field of Skerningg; rent, 6d. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 6 Edward [II].
[Norf.]A. 10570. Feoffment by Roger son of Everard le Peyntour of Estderham and Florence his wife to Simon son of Alexander of Skernyngg and Eufemia his wife, Roger, Ralph and Adam their sons, of 3½a. arable lying dispersed in the field of Skernyng; to hold &c. to them and the heirs of the bodies of the said Roger and Adam, with remainder in default to Simon's heirs. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 13 Edward II. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10571. Feoffment by Roger son of William Columbel of Frausham to God and the church of St. Mary of Wenling, and the abbot and canons of the Premonstratensian order there, for his soul and the souls of his ancestors and successors of the homage and service of Humphrey Nosse of Little Frausham and of 6d. rent which Humphrey used to pay him at Michaelmas for the whole tenement Humphrey held of him in Great Frausham; to hold in free alms. Witnesses:—Sir Osebert de Caylly, Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Sir Saer de Frivill, Sir Henry de la Leghe, knights, and others (named). Seal, a dove, with legend sigill. rog. [col']bel.
[Norf.]A. 10572. Grant in free alms by William le Butelyer of Rucham to Nicholas the abbot and the convent of St. Mary of Wenling, of the homage and service of Hamo son of Avice and his parceners, and of John Kynnoch and his parceners, and their heirs, viz. 21d. and 14½d., for the tenements they held of him in Frausham. Witnesses:—Sir Hamo Burch, Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Sir Saer de Frivill and Sir Hamo de Pattesle, knights, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]A. 10573. Grant in free alms by Robert son of Roger atte Scale (ad scalam) of Little Frausham to God and the lights (ad luminare) of the church of St. Mary of Wendling, to the abbot and convent of the same place, of the Premonstratensian order, for the souls of himself, his father and mother, his brothers, and all his benefactors, of 6d. rent which Maud Aniel, of Little Frausham, and Bartholomew her son, paid him at Christmas, Easter and the Assumpton, for a tenement in the fields of Little Frausham. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Frausham and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Sacriste. Edmundus Oldhalle.
[Norf.]A. 10574. Feoffment by Robert de Sancto Thoma of Neketon, for 20s. beforehand, to Thomas son of Alexander of Skerninge, Agnes his wife, Agnes daughter of Alexander de Ringstede, and the heirs and assigns of Thomas, of 21d. rent due from the said Thomas and Agnes his wife yearly for a tenement in Little Frausham; consideration, 20s. beforehand. Sunday after St. Augustine 27 Edward [I].
Endorsed: Johannes Staworthi modo tenet ad firmam. Cf. A. 10575.
[Norf.]A. 10575. Feoffment by Robert de Sancto Omero of Neketon to Thomas son of'Alexander of Skerning, Agnes his wife, and Agnes daughter of Alexander de Ringestede, of 21d. rent &c. as in A. 10574. Sunday after the Finding of the Holy Cross, 27 Edward [I]. Cf. A. 10574.
[Norf.]A. 10576. Feoffment by Robert Couper of Estderham, Katharine his wife, John Malyard the elder, and William Scoth, to Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng, Robert Rook of the same, and William Rownyng, of Estder- ham, of the half part of a messuage in Skernyng, called 'Sketys'; attorney to deliver seisin, John Pescod. The eve of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 12 Edward IV. Seals. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10577. Feoffment by Richard son of Robert Gylebert of Sker ningge to John son of Alexander of the same, for his homage and service and 30s. in gersum, of 1½a. arable there, abutting on the pasture which is called 'Tuneker,' &c, at a peppercorn rent. Witnesses:—Sir William de Frausham, Sir Godfrey de Beumund and Sir Henry de Lacy, knights, and others (named). Sunday after St. Valentine, 19 Edward [I].
[Norf.]A. 10578. Feoffment by William de Norwico of Skerningg to Thomas son of Roger de Schortwod of Westbradenham of a cottage and toft in Skerningg. Sunday before St. Dunstan the Bishop, 11 Edward II. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10579. Feoffment by Thomas Belde of Skernyng to Richard Pynnes of Estderham, of a piece of arable containing 3a. in the field of Skernyng at Bytefeld, which, together with John Belde, his brother, and John Martyn the elder, since deceased, he had by the grant of William Belde late of Skernyng and John Man of the same. 9 June, 5 Edward IV. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10580. Feoffment by Thomas Eycoll of Hoo and John Bolyon of Swanton Morlee to Thomas Lampken of Gressenhale, Simon Toke of Betelee, John Fyssher of Skernyng, and Henry Gedgh of Wurthyng, of the land &c. in Skernyng, which they had by the feoffment of John Pylche of Estderham, Richard Pynnes of the same, and Thomas Neve of Stanfeld; Thomas Eycoll to deliver seisin on behalf of John Bolyon 12 November, 8 Henry VII. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10581. Counterpart of feoffment by Robert Soppe, vicar of Skernyng, to Simon Auncell, and John his son, of 3a. land, with a cottage, there called Caystes, between Northendegrene and the tenement of the said Simon called Fulchers, &c, which land and cottage were formerly held of him in bondage; rent, 1d. at the Purification for all service. Thursday after Easter, 21 Richard II. Seals.
Endorsed: Modo in tenura Thome Seeker nuper Galfridi Seeker. Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10582. Feoffment by John Pylche of Estderham, Richard Pynnes of the same, and Thomas Neve of Stanfeld, to Thomas Eycoll of Hoo and John Bolyon of Swanton Morlee, of land &c. in Skernyng which they had by the gift of the said Thomas Eycoll, Nicholas Barker of Hoo, the said John Bolyon, and Geoffrey Baldeswell of Estderham; attorney to deliver seisin, Robert Baker, clerk, vicar of Skernyng. 7 November, 8 Henry VII. Seals.
[Norf.]A. 10583. Indenture of release by Avelin late the wife of Geoffrey de Sutwde to the abbot and convent of Wendling, of her dower in 7½a. land &c. in Great and Little Frausham; consideration, ½ quarter of barley at Michaelmas yearly for life. Wendling, Saturday the eve of the Epiphany, 31 Edward [I]. Seal, chipped.
[Norf.]A. 10584. Feoffment by Walter Amys of Skerningg to his son John in tail of a messuage which he acquired from Emma his sister there; rent, 1d. at Michaelmas. Wednesday before the Apostles Simon and Jude, 1 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10585. Indenture being a feoffment by John Pomefrey of Skernyng and John his son, Clement Pomefrey and Thomas Brak of the same to William Pynchebek of the same, of ½a. land and meadow there in Nether- furlong, between the chapel of St. Botolph and Sponebrigge, &c. which, together with a void messuage, they had inter alia by the gift of Robert Fyssher, who had the same with other things together with Henry Clerk, Avelin his wife, and John Mychell, since deceased, by charter dated at Skernyng, 13 November, 12 Henry VII; rent 1½d. at Michaelmas to the tenants of the said void messuage. 8 April, 22 Henry VII.
Endorsed: . . . . Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10586. Feoffment by Thomas Droury, son and heir of Robert Talyour alias Droury of Great Fraunsham, to Thomas Bevyrley of Skernyng and Walter Ryckys of Estderham, of a close called 'Poum- freytes,' containing 4a. land, and 1a. land called 'Yeld Acre,' in Skernyng, which descended to him on the death of his said father. 20 July, 20 Edward IV. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10587. Feoffment by Thomas Anger of Skernyng to Thomas Erll of Skernyng the elder, Thomas Mowtyng of Estderham, William Erll and Thomas Erll of Skernyng the younger, of 1a. arable in Skernyng field, which he had by the feoffment of John Eede. 9 June, 17 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10588. Feoffment by John Burgony of Norwich, John Peyntour, and John Auncel of Skernyng to Henry Man of Skernyng, of two pieces of arable in Skernyng. Saturday before the Holy Trinity, . . . Henry . .
[Norf.]A. 10589. Letter of attorney by John Cook of Skernyng, late of Berton Bendych, Ralph Este, citizen of Norwich, 'fleccher,' and Peter Este, of Great Wichyngham, to John Poumfrey of Skernyng, to deliver seisin to John Westhagh, rector of the church of Skernyng, of land &c. in Skernyng. 4 August, 8 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10590. Feoffment by William Beeld of Skernyng and John Man of the same to Thomas Beeld of the same, John Beeld his brother, and John Martyn the elder, of a piece of land of 3a. in the field of Skernyng, at Bytefeld, which together with Adam Beeld, since deceased, they had by the gift of Stephen Clerk of Estderham and John Blyford of Great Fraunsham. Monday after the Epiphany, 24 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10591. Feoffment by Thomas Stalon of Skernyng, to Thomas Hardy of Estbradenham, William James and Adam Roundyng of Skernyng aforesaid, of three pieces of arable in Skernyng, one lying east of the hill of the mill of Huntyngfeld Halle, &c. Monday before St. Botolph the Abbot, 13 Henry IV. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10592. Feoffment by Robert Fyssher of Skernyng, Thomas Brakke and Clement Pomefreyth of the same, at the instance and special request of William Wyllymond, Thomas Fyssher and John Wyllymond, executors of the testament and last will of John Fyssher, of Estderham, to John Bullok of Skernyng, William Pynchebek and Thomas Sekker of the same, of the land &c. in Skernyng, which, together with the said John Fyssher, they had by the feoffment of William Slappe of Skernyng aforesaid, clerk, and Robert Baker of the same, chaplain, by charter dated 8 January, 23 Henry VII; to hold to the use of the said John Bullok, his heirs and assigns. 15 August, 2 Henry VIII. Seal.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10593. Feoffment by John Fyssher of Shernyng to William Slappe of Skernyng aforesaid, clerk, and Robert Baker of the same, chaplain, of all the lands &c. in Skernyng, which, together with Thomas Lampken, late of Gressenhale, Simon Toke, late of Betelee, and Henry Gedge, late of Wurthyng, since deceased, he had by the gift of Thomas Eycoll, late of Hoo, and John Bolyon, late of Swanton Morley, by charter dated 12 November, 8 Henry VII; two pieces of arable, reckoned at 1a. sold by him to John Pomefrey excepted; to hold to them to his use. 4 September, 23 Henry VII. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10594. Feoffment by William Slappe of Skernyng, clerk, and Robert Baker of the same, chaplain, to John Fyssher of Skernyng, Robert Fyssher, Thomas Brakke and Clement Pomefreyth of the same, of the land &c. in Skernyng, which they had by the feoffment of the said John Fyssher, by charter dated 4 September, 23 Henry VII; to hold to the said John, Robert, Thomas and Clement, to the use of the said John Fyssher, his heirs and assigns. 8 January, 23 Henry VII. Seal. Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10595. Feoffment by Stephen Clerk, of Estderham, and John Blyford of Great Fraunsham to Adam Belde, William Belde and John Man of Skernyng, of a piece of arable in Skernyng field, at Bytefeld; warranty by Stephen. 6 April, 17 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10596. Feoffment by John Gyles of Estbradenham, and Rose his wife, late wife of Henry Ede of Skernyng, and Thomas Rounyng of the same, to John Giles of Skernyng, John Colyn, Edmund Tabbe and William Gyldensleve of the same, of a messuage with buildings (desuper edificatum), with three pieces of arable in a croft, reckoned at 3a. in Skernyng, which, together with the said Henry Ede and William Belde the elder of Skernyng, they had as by charter thereof made to them appeared; warranty by Rose. 10 November, 7 Edward IV. Seals.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10597. Release by John Hamond of Estbradenham to John Man of Skernyng of his right in land &c. in Skernyng which he had by the feoffment of Simon Crowe of Skernyng, and which the said Simon had now sold to the said John Man. The last day but one of February, 19 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10598. Grant in pure alms by Thomas Aldelm of Skerning to the abbot and convent of St. Mary of Wendling, of the homage and service of Edmund his son and 4d. rent Edmund paid him for a messuage in Skerning next the road to Gressenhal, abutting on 'Langele forde,' &c, and for ½a. at Hallecroft and ½a. called 'Herles Halfacre,' &c. Witnesses:— Sir Jordan Folyot, Sir William de Fraunsham, and Sir John de Dunham, knights, and others (named).
Endorsed: Carta Sacriste de Wendling; also Oliverus Pomfret tenet . . . . . . . et Willelmus Curle tenet . . . .; Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10599. Feoffment by Adam Rownnyng of Skernyng to Henry Ede of the same, Rose his wife, William Belde the elder and Thomas Rownnyng of the same, of a messuage with buildings and three pieces of arable in a croft, reckoned at 3a., which he had by the feoffment of Margery Ede, late the wife of Roger Ede of Skernyng. 18 February, 25 Henry VI. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10600. Feoffment by Thomas Eycoll of Hoo, Nicholas Baker of the same, John Bolyon of Swanton Morlee, and Geoffrey Baldeswell of Estderham, to John Pylche of Estderham, Richard Pynnes of the same, and Thomas Neve of Stanfeld of the land &c. in Skernyng, which they had by the feoffment of the said Richard Pynnes and John Colyn of Wendling, Thomas Newman of Skernyng, William Belde, and Henry Clerk of the same; warranty by Eycoll; attorney to deliver seisin, the said Thomas Eycoll. Skernyng, Wednesday the feast of St. James the Apostle, 7 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.