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C.4001 - C.4100

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1915

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'Deeds: C.4001 - C.4100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 28-40. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64470 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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C.4001 - C.4100

[Heref.]C. 4001. Grant by John Balle to Richard his son of land in the parish of Bodenham which he bought of Richard Ilger, and of 1a. in Dunfeld which he bought of the said Richard, John son of John Heyward of Bodenham, and Thomas Olyfer. Le More, Sunday after St. Denis, 35 Henry VI.
[Bedford.]C. 4002. Grant by Gilbert Dru, of Bestone, to Richard de Buddenho and Nicholaa his wife of land in Buddenho Croft with the whole lane between the said croft and the lower end (fundamentum) of the ditch of his wood; and quitclaim of 11a. 3r. arable in the field of Bestone, viz. 5a. in 'le Stockinge' between Beston pasture and the said Richard's wood, 5a. under his wood with the road and boundary from the lower end (fundo) of the same to 'le Dene,' 1a. in 'le Wryttecroft,' and 1a. 1r. on 'le Dellefurlong'; for this Richard gave him in exchange land in Feluhole, of the dower of Maud Morel, and all his right in the mill of Beston. Witnesses:—Sir John de Conquest, knight, and others (named).
Endorsed: Venella cum fossa et via apud Druyswode; and Carta Willelmi Drew pertinen' Thome Stacy.
[Chester.]C. 4003. Agreement between Ralph, lord of Hasilwall, and Henry de Blakerode, citizen of Chester, that whereas Ralph had enfeoffed Henry of a messuage and two bovates in Hasilwall, Henry shall hold them for 20 years from date, and at the end of that term he, or his heirs, shall enfeoff Ralph, or his heirs, thereof, or otherwise shall pay 6l. a year therefore, for which rent Ralph and his heirs may distrain. Sunday, the greater feast of St. Michael, 1325.
[Kent.]C. 4004. Demise by John Gylot to Richard Skippar of a messuage with a house (dom' mur') in the town of Monketone at Goristrete. Goristrete, 5 August, 1 Henry IV.
[Staff.]C. 4005. Grant by Richard de Marnham, lord of Bromwich, with the assent of Margery his wife, to Robert de Grete, for his homage and service and for five marks beforehand, of his part of a hey in Bromwich late of William de Wavere, between the part of that hey of Walter de Evereus, &c., adjoining the highway from Bromwich church to Grete mill, at a yearly rent of 4s., saving foreign service and two suits of his court, at the courts next after Michaelmas and 'le Hokeday.' Witnesses:—Sir John de Herovilla, and others (named).
[Bucks.]C. 4006. Demise by Alexander de la Rose to Maud Paulin, for her life of a messuage and croft which Hywain formerly held of him in Tuthrope, at a yearly rent of 20d., saving suit of his court and the king's service. Witnesses:—William son of Richard, William de Upton, Walter Passelewe, Robert de Huntindon, William de Grante- bruge, Thomas Toni, Ellis de Hedenham, and others (named).
Endorsed: Tythrop.
Notts.C. 4007. Grant by Roger son of Stephen de Rudinges to Robert le Vavasur, for his homage and service, of 24a. land in Watenhoue, viz. 12a. of his demesne, within the old hedges of the arable field, measured by the perch of 18 feet, in these places; 3½a. in Rouwefeld, viz. in the tillage under Howe, 1a. in the tillage of Limput, 1a. to the south and 1½a. next the toft of Hugh de Temes to the west, to make a toft of; in Howefeld, Northwellefeld and Cliffeld, 8½a. in the tillage 'del Clif,' &c.; and 12a. outside the old hedges to assart with everything growing thereon, measured by the perch of 20 feet; at a yearly rent of gilt spurs or 6d., saving such foreign service as belongs to a half bovate in Watenhoue. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph son of Nicholas, king's steward, Walter de Estweit, sheriff of Notingham, (fn. *) Ralph de Bakepuc', constable, Henry son of Pascasya, and others (named).
[Bucks.] [Herts.]C. 4008. Grant by Geoffrey Est of Bettelowe to Nicholas Adam and Richard Est of Bettelowe, and John le Lord of a messuage with croft in the town of Aldewyk in the parish of Masseworthe, which he had by the gift of Stephen Ascheby and Joan his wife, and all the lands which he had by the gift of Henry Purnel of Aldewyk, in Bettelowe, Aldewyk, and Tyscote in the parish of Wygynton. Saturday after the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, 44 Edward III.
[Herts.]C. 4009. Letter of attorney by Robert de Drayton, treasurer of St. Paul's, London, to John son of Peter of Great Waltham to deliver seisin to Henry de Aula of a messuage and 18a. land in the town of Bettelauwe in the parish of Treinge which he had by the gift of Roger son and heir of Peter de Wyvelesthornt and Joan his wife. London, Saturday after St. Luke, 22 Edward I.
[Bedford.]C. 4010. Grant by William son of Richard of Rokesdon to Henry son of Ralph de Gretteford, for his homage and service, and for 5s. in gersum, of 2r. land on Brocforlong by Colinesbruge, and 1r. on the other side of a brook (russelli), in the field of Buston, at a yearly rent of ½d., for all service save scutage, viz. at 20s. a ½d. and at less, nothing. Fragment of seal.
[Chester.]C. 4011. Letter of attorney by Robert son of Richard de Moston to Roger de Westeley to deliver seisin of all his lands in Claydene to Robert his son. Pulton, Monday after St. Hilary, 1345.
[Bedford.]C. 4012. Grant by William son of Nicholas de Wybbesnade to Alice his daughter of curtilages called 'le Banwyk' and 'le Nortwyk' in Wybbesnade, with hedges, ditches, and freebords (francbordis). Sunday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 12 Edward II.
[Dorset.]C. 4013. Grant by Richard Wayte of Frome in Selewode to Roger Syward of Dorchestre of all his tenement which he had by the feoffment of Robert Lauerence next the chapel of St. Mary in Sent Mariestrete, Melcumbe Regis. Witnesses:—John Chichestre, mayor of Melcumbe, and others (named). Monday after St. Luke, 39 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]C. 4014. Ratification by Ralph de Santerdon, miller, of the con- firmation by Isabel his wife in her widowhood to Peter de Sydeham of the gift of 1½a. 1r. in Sydeham by Adam Frachum, her former husband, to Walter de Sydeham, Peter's father. Seal, damaged.
[Lincoln.]C. 4015. Quitclaim by William son of William de Wilgeby to Sir William de Heyling. knight, and his heirs, of a yearly rent of ½lb. cummin in Wyvelingham with wards, reliefs, &c., incident thereto, due at the feast of St. Botolph by Walter de Wer, Amabel his wife, and her heirs or from whoever may hold the lands late of Walter de Killingholm, and Frethesant his wife, of the inheritance of the said Frethesant. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Braybof, and others (named).
[Lincoln.]C. 4016. Grant by Margaret daughter of Thomas called 'Yerl' of Wyvelingham, widow, to Thomas son of Robert Ad Ripam of Wyflingham of 12d. rent from her toft and a house built thereon in Wyvelingham, with right of distraint; covenant not to sell to any unless she can get as much from them as another, under penalty of 20s. to be paid to the lords of the fee for the time being. Witnesses:—Henry called 'Barne' and others (named).
[Leic.]C. 4017. Demise by John son of Hugh son of Adam of Herdeby to William le Clerk of Howys for twelve years from Easter of land on 'le Redland' and by 'le Shyremer,' in Howys. Herdeby, Wednesday after St. Ambrose, 1340.
[Leic]C. 4018. Grant by Henry de Templo to Richard de Templo his eldest son begotten of his true spouse, of all his land held of the Templars in the town of Temple (Templum) by Welcboure, both land in bondage and land in demesne, with the homage and service of William de Templo; also of 15a. on the long tillage (custuram) stretching from the water of Schepeya to Derbiweye, doing homage and service therefore to Sir Peter le Poter; for this Richard gave him 20 marks beforehand. Witnesses:—Sir Peter le Poter and Sir Adam de Weleberue, knights, Walter de Culi, and others (named).
[Kent.]C. 4019. Grant by Roger de Warram, clerk, to John de Staingrave, of all his land in the parish of Bittheburge and Tunebrug and in the lowey of Tunebrug, for 40 marks in gersum. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed:—Pecche.
[Staff.]C. 4020. Grant by Richard son of Simon Cotin of Maddeleg' to William Cotin of a moiety of the land which he had by descent, of Simon his father except the capital messuage, for which the said William is to have la. land (unam acram terre regal') beyond his portion; at a yearly rent of 22d.; for this William gave him 5 marks beforehand.
[Chester.]C. 4021. Grant by Sir John de Sutton, lord of Malpas, to Uryen de Egerton for life of the keepership (garde) of the serjeanty of the barony of Malpas, which David del Malpas had before, at a yearly rent of 6li.; the said Uryen has found eight sureties (named), &c. Soghlache, Sunday before the Purification, 17 Edward II. French.
Oxford.C. 4022. Demise by John White of Hamelden, co. Bucks, hus- bandman, and Alice Hamelden of Syddenham, co. Oxford, widow, to Thomas Sparow of Emyngton, co. Oxford, and Nicholas Bowlake of Towresay, co. Bucks, husbandman, of their farm in Syddenham, with barns, lands, &c., late of Nicholas Hamelee, deceased, from Michaelmas next for nine years at a yearly rent of 4 marks; the said farmers to keep up all thatched houses, walls of 'splynt,' hedges, and ditches, and the said John and Alice to support all other charges. 10 March, 4 Henry VII. [Paper copy or draft.]
[Surrey.]C. 4023. Grant by Thomas son of John atte Walle to John son of Richard Whiting, of Pekham, the younger, of land in a field called 'Gosacre' in the parish of Camerwell. Camerwell, Thursday, the feast of St. Bartholomew, 14 Edward III. Seal.
C. 4024. Grant and release by Thomas de Stanihurste to Sir Ralph de Mitton of the warranty which belongs to the land which was of Richard son of Thomas de Acton, for the homage which the said Thomas did to him therefore; so that the said Thomas shall not sell or give the land to any without Ralph's consent. Witnesses:—William de Hochinc, Robert de Winkedele, and others (named).
[Bedford.]C. 4025. Grant by Robert son of Henry de Thornecot to Robert Ivel of the same of a selion in Beston abutting on Clayhuldyhc and the churchway, with remainder to Cecily sister of the said Robert Ivel if the said Robert die without heirs or assigns. Sunday after St. Katharine, 1 Edward II.
[Warw.]C. 4026. Declaration by Thomas Boterye, John Nowerne, William Tymkockes, and 17 others (named) 'to alle cristen men and princi- pallye to my lorde of Warrewik and to my lady his wieff and to all her wise and discrete counseill,' that no man hath a rightful title to a 'meese place' in Berkeswell called 'Hukyns' alias 'Barrels Place,' but only William Hore, esquire, Joan his wife, and her heirs. English.
[Bedford.]C. 4027. Grant by Richard Franciscus of Stratton to Robert Percel of Thornecote for his service and 13s. beforehand, of 1r. under Dallowewey, and 1r. on Brochforlong in Thornecote, at the yearly rent of a farthing, saving the king's service. Fragment of seal.
[Salop.]C. 4028. Grant by Thomas de Bardeleye to Walter de Stotesdon, son of Richard de Medeweleye, for 20s. beforehand, of all his land of Leverichesleye, which Robert de Huchchemore formerly held, at a yearly rent of 1d. Witnesses:—Hugh de Bask', Adam de Bold, Nicholas the clerk of Foules Werwin and others (named).
[Bucks.]C. 4029. Grant by Simon de Harmed', clerk, for the health of his soul and his wife's and for the souls of bis ancestors, to the hospital of St. Mary, St. John the Baptist, St. John the Evangelist, and St. Lawrence and the brethren there in Neuport for the sustinence of God's poor and strangers there of all his right in rents and incidents of certain tenements in Neuport. Witnesses:—Sir M[atthew de Stratton], archdeacon of Bukingham, Richard de Stok', dean of Neuport, Vincent de Neuport and Alan de Wilies', vicars, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 4030. Demise by Master Reynold, rector of Cranisl', to Michael Rok, Maud his wife, and their children in survivorship of a messuage in Cranisl' at a yearly rent of 4d. Witnesses:—Hugh, lord of Cranisl', and others (named).
[Bedford.]C. 4031. Grant by Reynold de Rokesdon to Roger Ivel for his homage and service and 18s. in gersum, of land in Buston, viz. ½a. abutting on Dalhoweye and 1r. by the wood (le broc) abutting on the road leading from Amfrid's bridge to Padewrle, at a yearly rent of 1d., saving the king's service; the land not to be conveyed to a religious house.
[Warw.]C. 4032. Quitclaim by John son of Richard Hawe of Solihull to John atte Shawe, Maud his wife, and the heirs of their bodies of his right in lands which they had by the feoffment of William son of Thomas atte Burches in Solihull. Wednesday, the Conception of St. Mary, 18 Edward III.
[Bucks.] N'hamp.C. 4033. Demise by John Nowers, knight, to William de Ahston of the manor of Chester on the Water (Cestre sourleyewe) for life, and to his executors and assigns for a year after his death, at a yearly rent of 20li.; William shall do the services due to the chief lord of the fee and pay 2s. to the duke of Lancastre, and 2s. 4d. to the abbot of Borow Seynt Per', and if more than 4s. 4d. is due to any chief lord, John shall allow it in the said rent; William may take timber for repairs in John's parks of Gothurst and Stoke. Witnesses:—John Wydevill and others (named). Monday after (le lundie procheyen ad vener) the Annunciation of St. Mary, 2 Richard [II.]. French. Seal of arms.
[Lincoln.]C. 4034. Grant by Thomas de Muscam in Bekingham to Simon de Aston, servant of the rector of Bekingham, of a selion of arable in his croft, and a yearly rent of ½d. due from Robert Russel, paying a ½d. at Christmas to the light of St. Leonard in the chapel of Holm by Sutton in the parish of Bekingham. Seal.
[Bedford.]C. 4035. Grant by William de Holcot', clerk, to Roger son of Ranulph Ivel of Thurnecot' of two selions in the field of Boston, one on Claihul adjoining the 'Grenewey' from Buddenho to Thurnecot, &c. in exchange for two selions in another field.
[Devon.]C. 4036. Grant by Henry Rigold in pure alms to the prior and monks of St. Mary Magdalen, Barnastapolia, of 6d. rent from a tenement in the suburb of Barnastapolia, to keep his obit.
[Chester.]C. 4037. Grant by Robert son of Hugh Schell of Sonde to Thomas son of Hugh of Lecton of land held of Sir Nicholas de Audeleg' adjoining land whereon stood the bakehouse of Nicholas Ademet, with quittance of the tasting of ale brewed on that land and sold without assize, and of the toll of horses sold on that land, and of acting as bailiff to the chief lord of the fee, &c, paying a yearly rent of 2s. 6d. to the said chief lord for all service, saving all amends and breaches of assize committed on the said land. Witnesses:—William de Praers, sheriff of Chester, and others (named). Seal.
[Kent.]C. 4038. Grant by Richard de Bromfeld to his lord Sir Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, of la. meadow called 'North- mannesaker' in Eastmed in the parish of Tonebregg, adjoining on two sides the meadow of the priory of Tonebregg and Shrolbeseyland on the third, for 30s. in gersum. Fragment of seal.
[Chester.]C. 4039. Grant by Patrick de Hasilwall to Guy de Provincia in free marriage with Alina his sister, and the heirs of his body by the said Alina, of two carucates of land in his demesne in Aldefeld, a waste place of land tying between the arable of Aldefeld and the arable of Pennesby and Irbi, containing half a carucate, a fishery in the Dee within the bounds of Hasilwall, with a meadow belonging to Hasilwall as the brook (sichitus) runs from Depedall to the field called 'Harrowe,' and John son of Richard of Hasilwall, who was his bondman, with his sequel, rendering therefore 1d. or a pair of white gloves on the feast of St. Bartholomew. Witnesses:—Roger Dounvile, William Waleis, Philip de Baunvile and others (named). Copy.
[Norf.]C. 4040. Grant by Roger Brun and Isabel his wife to Sir Oliver Wyth of 4s. yearly rent to be received from Ralph de Catton and his heirs out of a tenement late of Brian the cobbler (sutoris) in Great Yarmouth, between the denes (den) and the land of Nicholas Gruelschanke, to replace (alleviandum) 4s. yearly rent due to John de Waxtenham, clerk, out of a tenement late of Simon Ganye and Gerbergia his wife granted to the use of the friars minors of Yarmouth, to hold to the said Sir Oliver at the rent of a clove yearly at Martinmas. Witnesses:—John Wyth, Alexander Fastolf, Stephen de Ho, and Henry Randolf, bailiffs of Yarmouth, John Aleyn 'ad Windel,' and others (named). [1285.]
Endorsed:—Smallbergh.
[Lincoln.]C. 4041. Grant by Richard de Wyflingham, clerk, son of Peter de Bark', to Reynold de Donington, dwelling in Wyflingham, of his portion of meadow between 'le syke' and land in Caldeweldale.
[Leic.]C. 4042. Grant by William le Brun of Schepe to William son of Sir William Burdet of three half-acres in the territory of Schepe viz. ½r. in Enewaldesdale, ½a. on Dichforlong and ½a. on Copthurnehul; grant also that William Burdet shall be preferred purchaser of any land he shall sell. Witnesses:—Henry de Templo and others (named). Seal.
[Chester.]C. 4043. Grant by Philip son of Eingnon de Malo Passu to David son of Philip de Malo Passu, for his homage and service and for four marks before hand, of a salt spring and salt belonging thereto in Over Wich (Superiore Wicho) at a yearly rent of a pair of white gloves due on the feast of St. Oswald the king. Witnesses:—William de Malo Passu, David his brother, Kenewirech son of Alexander, Tudir son of Hugh, and others (named). Seal with legend, SIgill' philippi mal'.
[Chester.]C. 4044. Quitclaim by Henry called 'Heumenur,' chaplain, to Hugh Payn, citizen of Chester, of his right in a messuage and ten lands (land') of arable land and a meadow in Forgatestrete, Chester, which Hugh bought from Robert de Englefeld and Lucy his wife. Witnesses: Robert le Mercer, mayor of Chester, Robert de Hole, sheriff, and others (named).
Essex.C. 4045. Grant by Richard Galyan of the parish of Wolewych to John Galyan the elder of the same and Maud relict of William Godesone of a messuage with curtilage and 5a. arable in the field called 'Carterisfeld,' with walls, pastures, hopes (hopis), &c., in the parish of Wolewych in the county of Kent in the parts of Essex. Palm Sunday, 4 Edward III.
[Herts.]C. 4046. Grant by John de Belendene son of Walter de Belenden' to Geoffrey le Goddung of Aldwyk, for his homage and service and for two marks beforehand in gersum, of 1a. arable in the east field of Betelaue in 'le Hegink', at a yearly rent of 2d., the land not to be alienated to any religious house. Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Merston, Walter his son, Geoffrey le Somenour of Berchamstude, and others (named).
[Staff.]C. 4047. Grant by Richard de Verney to William Cotin of land adjoining Pecochysrudyng in the fee of Madeleg' in exchange for ½a. land in the said fee.
[N'hamp.]C. 4048. Grant by Ralph le Charters of Bructon to Thomas son of Peter Kyde, of Cranesl' of a rent of 6d. in Cranesl', for his homage and service and for 8s. beforehand, to wit what Adam son of the priest of the same town used to pay him at Martinmas, with all issues (eventionibus) from the said rent, viz. of ward or of residue, rendering therefore yearly, for all service, three horse-nails at Christmas. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Ordelingber', Hugh de Cranesl', Ralph parson of the same town, and others (named).
[Essex.]C. 4049. Grant by Robert Gubiun to Sir Henry, the dean and the chapter of St. Paul's, London, of all his land in the field called 'la Were' in the parish of Fobbing, next the road before his door whereof he had 10a. by the gift of Henry de Prato and 2a. by the gift of Ralph son of Lewis. London, the morrow of St. Luke, 1245.
Notts.C. 4050. Quitclaim by Lettice de Cestrefeld of Notingham to the prior and friars the order of St. Mary of Mount Carmel, Notingham of her right in a place of land in the street which is called 'le Motehalle Gate,' Notingham, which she has recovered against them by recognition of an assize of novel disseisin. Witnesses:—John Brian, mayor of Notingham, Simon de Lenton and Robert Wynson, bailiffs of the same, and others (named). Monday before St. Barnabas, 2 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 4051. Grant by John Hawe of Solyhull, Richard de Caldeford, chaplain, John le Vinetier, Richard atte Birches, chaplain, Roger de Bockemore, John atte Birches, and John atte Grange of the same, to Thomas de Fynchale of the same, of a place of a curtilage in the borough of Solyhull, in the street leading to 'le Leewode.' Saturday before St. Margaret, 41 Edward III. Two seals.
Middx.C. 4052. Grant by William de Basing, citizen of London, to James Beauflour, citizen of London, of land in the field of Stebenhuth between the street 'del Chapelstrate on the south, &c. Wednesday before Easter, 10 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 4053. Quitclaim by William de Ponte Fracto of Norhampton to Agnes daughter of the late Robert le Despenser of Norhampton of his right in the house which formerly was the capital house of the said Robert in Groppecuntelane, Norhampton. Witnesses:— William le Pessoner (Piscatore), mayor of Norhampton, John le Gaugy and Peter le Vyneter (Vinitar'), bailiffs (prepositis), and others (named). [1274.]
[Chester.]C. 4054. Indenture of demise by Lucy Coroun to Ralph de Hasel- welle, for her life, of her dower, of the endowment of Sir Patrick de Haselwelle, of his demesne arable, with meadows, gardens, fisheries and with two cottages; to hold at a yearly rent of 31s. payable at the feasts of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin and St. Michael the greater; saving to her her dower of other tenements. rents and services in the aforesaid town of Haselwelle assigned to her in dower by the escheator of the earl of Chester; and the said Ralph authorizes distress on all his lands in Haselwelle for arrears of the said rent. Witnesses:— Richard de Fougheleshurst, sheriff of Cheshire, and others (named). 5 July, 7 Edward II.
[Leic.]C. 4055. Defeasance of a recognizance in 100li. made in the Exchequer by Richard Burdet of Schepeie to John de Pulteneye, citizen and draper of London, viz. that if Richard make estate to Mar- garet his wife for her life of all lands he had in Schepeie on the day of the recognizance, or if she die in his lifetime, the recognizance to be void. London, Tuesday before the feast of St. Margaret, 19 Edward II. French. Fragment of seal.
[Staff.]C. 4056. Grant by John Balle and Alice his wife to Hugh son of William de Chaueldon of all the land of two fields on either side of the sluice (doitum) running from the lord of Madeleye's mill, which descended to them after the death of Nicholas Cotyn with reversion of dower in the same.
[Sussex.]C. 4057. Grant by Walter Drywet of Hengsterugge to John son of John de Langehurst, for half a mark beforehand, of 6d. rent from two fields of land which John held of him in Ifeld.
[Herts.]C. 4058. Quitclaim by Isabel late the wife of John de Aldebury to Sir Philip de Aillesbury of her right by way of dower in 3a. land in a close called 'Astcroft.' Aldebur,' Monday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 16 Edward II.
[York, W.R.]C. 4059. Grant by William son of Adam de Wodehall to Henry de Oilly and Juliana his wife for their lives of a house called 'Turilogus' in Wodehall, with five feet of land all round it. Witnesses: —William Ward of Herthill, Robert de Catclif, William son of John. Wednesday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 14 Edward II.
Warw.]C. 4060. Quitclaim bv John le Harpour of Berkeswelle to Reynold Barry of the same of his right in a croft called 'Warenescroft' adjoining land called 'le Hook' in Berkeswelle. Coventry, Tuesday, the feast of St. Katharine, 17 Edward III. Seal.
York. [W.R.]C. 4061. Grant by Richard Harward to William Parpoynt, esquire, Roger Parpoynt, gentleman, Master Richard Manser, clerk, rector of Hartbill, Christopher Symmys, and John Hyne of all his land, in Harthill and Wodhall. 9 April, 6 Henry VII. Seal
[Salop.]C. 4062. Grant by John Praty to John Prynse of Cadereton of seven selions of land, viz., a selion called 'le Haderug' adjoining Leppeyate and Colverewalsich in Colverewallefeld, two selions by 'le Harparesput' in Schutwallefeld, &c, in Nassch. Neyn Savage, the feast of St. Luke, 18 Henry VI.
[Sussex.]C. 4063. Grant by Simon Waleys, Richard Cessyngham, Thomas Cessyngham, and John Skynnere the younger of Hertfeld to Lawrence atte Forde of Walderne of a field called 'Bottyngfeld' with ½a. meadow adjoining, and a garden of 1r. called 'Mortimer,' at a yearly rent of 3s. Sunday before St. Margaret, 4 Henry IV. Seal, and fragments of seals.
[Leic.]C. 4064. Quitclaim by William de Cotes of Leycestre and Alice his wife to William de Tuttebury of their right in a messuage and land in Dersford which Roger de Wibtoft held for life; rent 10s. during the life of the said Alice. Leicester, Christmas Eve, 11 Richard II.
[Staff.]C. 4065. Quitclaim by Roger son of William de Rowenhale to William son of Alithea de Chetelton of his right in the lands which William has by the feoffment of William his father in the fee and manor of Chetelton. Sunday before St. Giles, 1304.
[Essex.]C. 4066. Grant by Stephen in la Lane of the parish of Westhamme and Margery his wife to William Lymberwe of the same and Joan his wife of all their pasture in a place called 'la Lake Superior,' adjoining the water course of the abbot and convent of Stratford and the highway from London to Chelmesford. Tuesday in Easter week, 38 Edward III. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 4067. Grant by John Baynard in his widowhood to Margaret relict of John Herward of his curtilage at Sowthyete in Barnastapol, between the strand, the gildhall, and the tenement of the long bridge, Witnesses:—William Uppecote, then mayor, and others (named), 23 August, 31 Henry VI.
[Notts.]C. 4068. Conveyance by John Flesshewer of Estweyt to John Ryngham the elder, John his son, and Robert Inglond of Newthorp, of all his coal-mines in all his lands in the town and fields of Newthorp at a rent of one-fifth of the produce. 7 February, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 4069. Grant by Walter Underwynard, clerk, son of Reynold Underwynard, hayward (messoris), to Arnulph de la Stone of 2s. yearly rent from a tenement in Barstret by Barnestapol', which Thomas le Candelmakyere son of Simon Russel holds. Witnesses:—John Pollard, mayor of Barnestapole, and others (named). Monday after St. Valentine, 13 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 4070. Grant by William Hore and Joan his wife to Edward Grey, knight, Robert Grey and Henry Drewry, esquires, Thomas Greswold, John Draycote, and Thomas Porter, chaplain, of a messuage and 40a. land, 2a. meadow, 1a. wood, in Berkeswell. Witnesses:— Richard 'of the Botrey,' and others (named). Monday after St. Matthias, 19 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Hants.]C. 4071. Grant by Nicholas le Palmere of Berckelye to John de Juetz of Minstede, Agnes his wife, and his heirs, of a house with croft which Walter le Webbe gave him in Minstede, for 20s. before hand. Sunday before the Assumption of St. Mary, 12 Edward [I]. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.C. 4072. Grant by John Belde of Reygate and Isabel his wife to John Snellyng of Horsley, Richard Knyght the elder, and John Kempe, of their tenement in the borough of Reygate between the highway through the middle of the borough to Dorkyng and the castle ditch, which they had by the gift of William Cook of Reygate. 12 September, 12 Edward IV. Two seals, one damaged.
Surrey.C. 4073. Grant by John SneDyng of Horsley and John Kempe of Reygate to John Belde and Isabel his wife of a tenement bounded as above in Reygate, which they had by the gift of the said John and Isabel. 21 February, 19 Edward IV. Two seals.
[Heref.]C. 4074. Grant by Roger Maynston, gentleman, to Ralph, and John ap Huy, sons of John ap Huy of Danyeston in Irchynfelde, of all his lands in Bernythen and Waldyngeston and all other his lands in the lordship of Irchynfeld or elsewhere in the hundred of Wormelou. Witnesses:—Sir John Phelpotte, chaplain, and others (named). Bernythen, Friday before the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, 14 Henry VII. Seal.
Surrey.C. 4075. Grant by John Belde of Reygate and Isabel his wife to James Langhurst, John Skynner, John Hayward and John Bowrer of a tenement in the borough of Reygate between the highway through the middle of the borough to Blecchynglegh and the castle ditch. 30 June, 20 Edward IV. Two seals, damaged.
London.C. 4076. Grant by John Walworth, gentleman, William Worsop, esquire, John Barnard, gentleman, John Creke, and Robert Wymbyll to Richard Playstowe, citizen of London, Alice his wife, William Gaynesford, gentleman, Master Roger Martyn, clerk, Henry Yole, 'brewer,' Hugh Trap, 'cordewaner,' and William Catelyn, 'horner,' citizens of London, of a tenement in St. Martin Orgar's lane, Douegate ward, parish of St. Lawrence Pulteney, next Candelwykstrete, which together with Robert Gaierstanger, since deceased, they had by the feoffment, 10 February, 36 Henry VI, of John Gobet. 5 February, 1 Edward IV. Four seals and a fragment.
[Sussex.]C. 4077. Grant by Walter Drywet to John son of John de Langehurst of land in Ifeld for 40s. before hand. Witnesses:—Walter atte Court, Simon le Feutre, John le Mose, John Grantpond, and others (named). The morrow of the Finding of the Holy Cross, 2 Edward II.
[York, W.R.]C. 4078. Grant by John Haroward of Hartill to Thomas Wodrofe of Hartyll and John Haroward of Anstan of a toft with croft adjoining 'le Halk.' Hartill, Martinmas, 1426. Seal.
[Kent.]C. 4079. Grant by Gregory son of Reynold de Rokesle and Agnes his wife, daughter of the late John de Godinton, to Agnes late the wife of Richard de Godinton and to Agnes daughter of John Aylman, of land with a grove in a croft called 'Northcroft,' adjoining land called 'Byschagh,' in the parish of Chelesfeld. 30 April, 22 Edward III. Two seals.
[Leic.]C. 4080. Grant by Adam son of Henry de Herdeby to Hugh hie son and heir of the reversion of all the land and rent in Herdeby which William Bellard holds of him for life. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas, 3 Edward II.
[Bedford.]C. 4081. Grant by William the carter (carectarius) of Caldekote to Walter de Huntingfeld of la. by Bonemersdich in Buston. Wednesday after the Annunciation, 25 Edward [I].
[Staff.]C. 4082. Quitclaim by Ademet de Onileg and Nicholas his eldest' son to Thomas son of Simon Cotyn of Madeleyg of all their right in lands which Phipota daughter of Robert de Onyleg' and the said Thomas had by the gift of the said Simon, in the fee of Madeleyg except land in 'le Rowefoldes' between land of Richard de Verney called 'Poweruding,' &c. Witnesses:—Robert de Dutton, knight, and others (named). Madeley under Lyme, Sunday before St. Chad the bishop, 15 Edward II.
[Kent.]C. 4083. Letter of attorney by William Hughelyn of Stureye, 'bocher,' to William Shakeway to deliver seisin to John Bucwell, John Broke, John Sigrym. and John Sone of Stureye of all his lands, rents and services in Stureye, Westbere and Litilbourne. 3 April, 4 Richard II.
[Staff.]C. 4084. Grant, by Margery late the wife of William Cotin widow with the consent of Thomas her son and heir, to Sir John de Hauekeston, knight, of land and wood pledged to him by the said William. Witnesses:— Sir John, vicar of Madeleye, and others (named). Madeleye, Saturday the feast of Holy Innocents, 33 Edward III. Seal.
[Staff.]C. 4085. Grant by Lettice late the wife of William Mulward of Kell to William son of John Heth of Kell of a messuage and land late of Adam son of Richard de Whytemor of Madeley, and land which Adam bought of John son of Richard de Sydewav, in the fee of Madeley under Lyme. Wednesday before St. Lucy, 9 Henry VI. Seal.
[Leic.]C. 4086. Grant by John Fylk, chaplain, to Ralph Hurlemon of Boseworth, of a capital messuage, demesne, meadow, pasture with 'le Mulneholme,' rents, services, and reversions in Bylleston which he had by gift of John Charnels of Suarkeston. Witnesses:—John Wychard of Oseberston, William de Shepaye, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Mary Magdalen, 5 Richard II. Seal.
Essex.C. 4087. Grant by Gilbert son of John le Roos of Waleden, the elder, to John his elder son for life of three messuages, the moiety of a messuage, and land, &c. to the moiety belonging in Waleden, and Thundirl[c], except 7a. lying in Huntyngg . . . . ., . . . . resbrade, Hidefeld and Whitehull, at a yearly rent of a rose for all service except ½ mark to William his brother for the term of John's life. Tuesday after Martinmas, 14 Edward III. Damaged.
[Norf.]C. 4088. Grant by Richard Barker and Robert Wende of Suthreppes to John son of the said Richard of 3a. land in Marketesthorp abutting on the land of the rector of Antyngham, &c. which they had by the gift of Roger Pyxstan of Suthreppes, deceased. Tuesday before St. Augustine, apostle of the English, 2 Henry IV.
Lincoln.C. 4089. Grant by John atte Well, citizen of Lincoln, to John de Crosholm, Joan his wife, William their son, and William's heirs, of a messuage in Estgat in the suburb of Lincoln, formerly John de Markham's. Witnesses:—Alexander son of Martin, mayor of Lincoln, John Kemp and Nigel Siftrik, bailiffs, and others (named). Monday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 35 Edward [I.]. Seal with legend, s' johanis ad fontem.
Surrey.C. 4090. Grant by William Cook the elder of Reygate to John Belde the younger, of Reygate, and Isabel his wife, her heirs and assigns, of a tenement in the borough of Reygate between the castle ditch and the highway leading from the chapel of St. Lawrence to Dorkynge, which, together with John Skynnere, now deceased, he had by the gift of William Pytfer of Reygate. 2 December, 15 Henry VI. Seal.
Worc.C. 4091. Grant by Robert Giliyng, of Perschor, yeoman, son and heir of William Gillyng, of Perschore, to Giles Grevile of Wyk, 'gentil- man,' of 8a. in the fields of Wyk bv Perschor. Wyke, 20 September, 9 Henry VII.
[Devon.]C. 4092. Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard de Mertone, knight, of a decayed charter whereby Henry son of Alwold, his ancestor, grants, with the assent of Agnes his daughter and heir, and by the counsel of Robert, bishop of Exeter, to the church of St. Mary Magdalen of Barnestaple, and the monks of Cluni there, in pure alms all his land in Withrigge, Washford, Greneduna, Dertra, Uppecote, Strecchederta, Wodeford, Chatemere, Weie, Batesdone, Beare, Shilve- don, Rouwedon and Strecheston, with woodland (nemore) and the services of all his free tenants, who held both things foreign of him and other, and the liberty which he had in the mill of Withrigge; himself also he offered at the altar and took the monastic habit. Witnesses:—Stephen de Magna Villa, Stephen the Fleming (Flan- drensis) and Erchenbald and Robert his sons, Jordan de Campo Arnulphi, Philip and Heinfred de Carthrai, Hugh de Ralegh, Edward the priest, and Aimer the parmenter (parmentarius) of Grenaduna. Witnesses to confirmation:—Thomas de Mertone, his brother, and others (named). Mertone, Friday before the Annunciation of St. Mary, 32 Edward III. Seal.
Leic.C. 4093. Grant by Nicholas de le Temple to John Toftes of Coventre of all his land, &c, in Little Shepeye by Sibusdone at the rent of a rose for the first nine years, and thereafter of 20li., to cease if Nicholas' widow recover dower, &c. Witnesses:—John Burdet, Richard Elyenoresone and others (named). 1 August, 48 Edward III. French.
Middx.C. 4094. Grant by John Burton of Totenham and William Brokherst of Iseldon to Sir John Stafford, Thomas Chaucers, Robert James, Robert Andrewe, Thomas Coventree, John Holkote, John Shotusbroke, Richard Ederiche, William Ederiche, John Sandir of Haryngey, and Thomas Ederiche of Totenham, and the heirs of the said Thomas, of 12a. in a field called 'Downhill' in the parish of Haryngey. Totenham, 28 December, 1 Henry VI.
[Kent.]C. 4095. Grant by Ellen Hoo of the parish of Lydde, co. Kent, to John Goodmonde of Tunbregge of a tenement in the borough of Tunbregge, late of Edward Chert, adjoining the meadow called 'Londonmede,' the land of Edward, duke of Buk[yngham], and the highway; attorney to deliver seisin, Thomas Durbar' of Tunbregge. 9 April, 14 Henry VII.
[Lincoln.]C. 4096. Grant by William Gyll and Avice his wife to Thomas Moigne of a messuage and land in Wyfflyngham which they had by the demise and grant of John Baron; to hold to the said Thomas and his heirs of the chief lords of the tee by the services due and accustomed, and a rent to the said John Baron for life of 6s. 16 September, 8 Edward IV. Two seals, damaged.
[Leic.]C. 4097. Demise by Hugh son of John de Herdeby to Robert Talyor of Gnypton and Cecily his wife for 21 years of his toft lying between the tofts of Robert de Whulday and the said Robert, at the yearly rent of a grain of corn, saving ingress and egress for Hugh, to lop trees; the tenants not to dig or to lop trees except for repairs of carts (emendationem plausturi). The feast of St. Lucy, 47 Edward III.
[Bedford.]C. 4098. Grant by Nicholas Astel of 'le Hacche' to John Warde, rector of Northyevell, John Cook of Beeston, and William Souche of all his land, &c, in Beeston. Monday before St. Bartholomew, 22 Richard II.
N'hamp.C. 4099. Quitclaim by John le Megre, burgess of Norhampton, to the master and brethren of the Hospital of the Holy Trinity without Norhampton, of his right in a bench (scamello) in the butchers' row (rengo) where meat is sold in the market-place of Norhampton, adjoining the bench of the prior and convent of St. Andrew; for this they shall pay him, his heirs or assigns, yearly 20d. Saturday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 20 Edward [I].
Warw. Leic.C. 4100. Grant by Margaret late the wife of John Flaundres to Thomas Mollesley and Thomas Whatton of all the lands, rents and services which were late of the said John in Flaundres, Hurley, Kynnysbury, and elsewhere, co. Warwick, and of all the lands, &c. late of Ralph and Thomas Hurleman in Leycestre, Desford, Hynkeley, Neubold, Boseworth, Coton, Carleton, Bildeston, Little Shepey and Atherston, cos. Leicester and Warwick. Thursday after Michaelmas 13 Henry VI. Seal.

Footnotes

* Not in the printed list of sheriffs.