Deeds
C.6501 - C.6600

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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353-366

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'Deeds: C.6501 - C.6600', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 353-366. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64495 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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C.6501 - C.6600

Heref.C. 6501. Grant by John, son of John Cachepol, brother of Henry Cachepol, late citizen of Hereford, to Thomas de la Boure, citizen of Hereford, of a curtilage in Hereford, in Oldescolestrete. Witnesses:— Walter de Aylmeston, Richard Stephenes, and John Blod, bailiffs of Hereford, and others (named). Monday, the feast of St. Lawrence, 34 Edward III.
Essex.C. 6502. Conveyance by Stephen Robgeaunt, William Coope, and Edmund Sawell to John Trotter, John Drayton, clerk, William Chalk, William Brette, and William Morkyn of 16a. land in Writell (as in C. 6470) which they had by the gift of William Tacley, Anne his wife, and Joan, daughter of Henry Wheler. 22 May, 22 Edward IV. Two seals, one damaged, and fragment of a third.
N'hamp.C. 6503. Conveyance by John Wakyrley, esquire, Richard Skyrmot, gentleman, and John Morborn and Thomas Blokwyn, chaplains, at the request of William Kyng, of Peterborough, draper, to Thomas Grafton, citizen and woolman of London, John, bishop of Ely, Guy Wolston, esquire, Thomas Hille, alderman of London, Thomas and Robert Luyt, gentlemen, and Thomas Pontesbury, of Shropshire, merchant, of their messuage in Peterborough, in le Prestgate, between Dedelane and the abbot's garden, which they held jointly, by the gift of the said William Kyng. 17 August, 2 Richard III.
Heref.C. 6504. Quitclaim by Stephen Broun of Munderfeldeharald, son and heir of Stephen Broun, to George Breynton, of his right in a toft in Oldescolestrete, Hereford, which Simon Somnour and Roger Broun, son of the first-named Stephen, chaplain, had granted to the said George Breynton. Sealed with the official seal of John Mey, mayor of Hereford. Wednesday after Ascension, 2 Henry VI. Fragments of two seals.
Heref.C. 6505. Letters of John son and heir of Thomas Welyngton appointing Thomas Hoggys and John Bonde his attorneys to deliver to Simon Milborne and John Baskervile, esquires, and John Welyngton of Morton, seisin of his share of the manor of Welyngton and his other lands in the county. 6 October, 19 Edward IV.
Surrey.C. 6506. Grant by Richard Gower, esquire, son and heir of Thomas Gower, esquire, John Gower, esquire, his brother, and John Gogh, to Richard Lee, alderman, and John Michell and John Crosby, citizens and grocers of London, of their manor of Clopham and all their lands, &c. there. 25 February, 1 Edward IV. Two seals and fragment of a third.
[Essex.]C. 6507. Grant by John atte Havene, the elder, to John Borham, John Whyte, and Richard Ame, of Retendon, of all his lands, &c. in Sandon and Danbury. 15 October, 2 Henry V. Seal.
[Essex.]C. 6508. Conveyance by William Pulter, John Causton the elder, John Causton the younger, Thomas Causton, Roger Coker, and John Germyn, to Robert Plomer, of all their lands in Sandon and Purley, which they had by the gift of Henry, son and heir of Robert Pulter. 20 February, 22 Edward IV. Five seals, two damaged. Endorsed, R' thre dedes of Cole the viij day Jenevary.
[Heref.]C. 6509. Quitclaim by William Bron to John Fuster, citizen of Hereford, and William Were, of Stretton, of his right in 15a. arable in Credenhull, which they have by the gift of William Jonge, draper, and John Pyry, spicer, citizens of Hereford, and John More, who had them by his gift. 9 April, 2 Henry V.
Middx.C. 6510. Grant by Geoffrey atte Crouche to Stephen, his son, of a croft in the parish of Harengey called 'Lenerdeslond,' together with his lane called 'Lyghtlondeslane,' leading thereto. The Conversion of St. Paul, 1 Henry IV.
[Hants.]C. 6511. Chirograph indented, whereby William . . ., William de Elsfeld, and Nicholas de Lycheffeld, clerk, demised to Geoffrey Derkes and John Terstewode, their fishery at 'Bewifones Melles' in Nhutshullyng, for seven years, at a yearly rent of 36s. Seal, damaged.
[Chester.]C. 6512. Letters of John Merbury, Henry Slake, and John Menyton, appointing Hugh Clerke their attorney to deliver to Henry Coly, Isabel his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, seisin of a messuage, 3a. arable, and 3 parcels of meadow, within the lordship of Stretton. 10 December, 5 Henry VI.
Essex.C. 6513. (1) Conveyance by Anne, late the wife of John Barow of Maldon, John Everton, William Tofte, Robert Burgeis, Thomas Fuller, John Koker, and John Dale, the elder, to Robert Darcy, esquire, son and heir of Robert Darcy of Maldon. esquire, of all their lands, &c. which they had by the grant of Richard Wode and William Bullok, in Fambrygge, Purle, and elsewhere. 10 June, 36 Henry VI.
(2) Conveyance by the above Robert Darcy to the above Anne, of a yearly rent of 12 marks, for her life, charged on the lands in Fambrigge, which he had from the above grantors, and not on himself personally. 29 June, 36 Henry VI. Drafts on paper.
[Norfolk.]C. 6514. Indenture, dated 12 December, 19 Edward IV, between John son of William Hawys and John Fleccher alias Leve, witnessing that whereas the said Fleccher is bound to him in the sum of 6 marks for payment of 60s. or, alternatively, to convey to him 4a. land in Walsham, called 'Fysschpond Cloos',' on payment of the 60s. he shall deliver to the said Fleccher a charter of the close. Seal.
[Heref.]C. 6515. Grant by Walter Restot to Sibyl Mervyn of 1a. arable in Welynton, between the highway, Aldeborewoswey, &c. Tuesday after St. David, 22 Edward III.
[Heref.]C. 6516. Grant by Sibyl Mervyn to Walter Restot of 1a. arable in Welintone (as in C. 6515). Saturday before St. Hilary, 21 Edward III.
Cambridge.C. 6517. Conveyance by John Pippill, John, son of John Brasier, John Swalowe, John Priour, and Thomas Godfrey, to Thomas Pryme, Thomas North, John, son of John Pryme, John Ferby, and Richard Newman, of a tenement and 4a. 3½r. land in Trippelowe (as in C. 6454, and C. 6486) which they had by the gift of John Pryme the elder. 1 May, 2 Richard III. Two seals.
Heref.C. 6518. Quitclaim by John Falk, son and heir of Richard Falk, citizen of Hereford, Alice Falk, late the wife, and John Skryven, chaplain, executor of the will, of the said Richard, to John le Ferrour, tailor, citizen of Hereford, of their right in a tenement and curtilage in Hereford, in Oldescolstrete. Witnesses:—Thomas Wyghtfeld, mayor of Hereford, John Troney, and William Breynton, bailiffs, and others (named). Sunday after St. George, 18 Richard II. Two seals, one of arms, damaged, and a fragment of a third.
Middx.C. 6519. Grant by Geoffrey Springold, of la Barnette, and Juliana, his wife, to John Julian, of Finchesleye, for 4 marks beforehand, of 1a. land in Harengeye, abutting on the road from London to St. Albans, of a yearly rent of 8d. which Thomas Wynd used to pay for a curtilage called 'Grenehawe', and of a yearly rent of 6d. which Nicholas the cook used to pay for a messuage held from them. Witnesses:— Thomas de Blechenham, William Seryn, and others (named). Fragment of seal in white wax.
[Cambridge.]C. 6520. Grant by John Pryme to William Barght and Richard Jay, of 2a. 1r. arable in the fields of Trepelowe, lying in le Hathfeld, Brokhoden, at le Bussh, in le Westfeld, in le Puthoo, and at Grymesdych in le Cherchefeld. 20 January, 24 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 6521. Grant by William de Oddingesel to William de Bockemor, for his homage and service, and for 5 marks, 12 shillings, beforehand, of 14½a. land in the manor of Solihull, between the road to Syrley, Longemor, &c. Provision against alienation to Jews or religious persons; rent, 4s. 4d. The said William de Bockemor and his heirs to remain outside the tithing (dicenam). Witnesses:—Richard de Bouchemor. and others (named).
Leic.C. 6522. Acknowledgment by Thomas de Stokes, sheriff of Leicestershire, of the receipt from John Ofchirch of a fine of 20s. imposed on Nicholas del Temple, of Shepeye, for trespass, by John, duke of Lancaster, and his fellow justices of oyer and terminer. Friday after All Hallows, 39 Edward III. Seal.
[Derby.] [Leic.]C. 6523. Grant by John Grym, of Hathecote, to John le Resceyvour of Leicester, of a water-mill and mill-pond, with the suit of the tenants, in Byldeston, and a yearly rent of 33s. 3d. and the services due from John in le Hale, William de Barnesby, William, son of Richard atte Walle, Thomas Cokes, Agnes Gery, Robert and Thomas de Barton, Roger Milward, and John Golde, for their holdings (described). Witnesses:—William Motoun, knight, John, son of Herbert de Twycros, and others (named). Monday after St. Mark, 26 Edward III. Seal in white wax.
[Leic.]C. 6524. Chirograph indented, being a grant by Stephen, parochial chaplain of Sibbesdon, to Richard del Templ', of a messuage and yardland in Sibbesdon, which he had by the said Richard's gift. Sunday before St. Matthias, 22 Edward III.
[Hants.]C. 6525. Grant by John, son and heir of Richard de Beaufo, to Richard de Beaufo, clerk, of his manor of . . . and a tenement in the parish of Mulebrok. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Elsefeld, Sir John Eskidemor, and others (named). Monday after St. Edmund the Bishop, . . Edward [III.] Seal.
[Middx.]C. 6526. Copy of the roll of the court of the manor of Haryngey, held on Thursday, the feast of St. Andrew, 15 Edward IV. The jury present that at the court held on Monday, the feast of St. Andrew, 1 Edward IV, Adam Turvey surrendered two cottages and 19a. land in Haryngey to the use of Alice, his wife, for her life, with remainder to Robert, his son, and that Robert surrendered the two cottages and 8a. of the land to the use of Margaret, his wife, for her life, with remainder to Isabel and Marion, his daughters. They present also that the said Robert surrendered one of the cottages and 2a. of the land, abutting on the high road near the church and on 'Persfeldbrook,' to the use of Giles Ewstace as security for a payment due to him.
[Leic.]C. 6527. Grant by Robert de Leycestre, rector of Sibbesdone, to Ralph de Stanlowe, Joan his wife, and his heirs, of all his lands, &c. in the town and territory of Temple and Whenlesberwe, which tenements he had by the gift of William de Templo. Witnesses:— Sir William de Ferrariis, Sir Hugh de Cuily, and Sir Richard de Pereres, knights, and others (named). Sunday, the Finding of the Holy Cross, 32 Edward [I.]
[Hants.]C. 6528. Grant by John le Wyte, miller, to John atte Hulle of ½a. land in Terste Wode, lying in 'la Wydecrofte,' in exchange for a piece of land in Terste Wode, in a field called 'Hulbrok.' Sunday before Candlemas, 10 Edward II. Seal in white wax.
[Leic.]C. 6529. Indenture made between Margaret, late the wife of John Flaundres, and Richard Whithull and Margaret his wife, witnessing that she has demised to them, for her life, the manor of Shepey Parva; rent, 43s. 4d. Monday before Candlemas, 19 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Sussex.]C. 6530. Grant by James Urry to John his brother and John Bonewyke of his land called 'Hughotesham Purycroft,' two crofts in the parish of Horsham, and 30d. of rent; also of his lands and rents of Chaffold, at le Roghey, in the parish of Horsham, together with the reversion of the Chaffold land after the death of William, his son. Great Bookham, Saturday after St. Valentine, 19 Richard II.
[Middx.]C. 6531. Demise by Ralph son of William to Roger le Grom, for 20s. beforehand, of 1a. land in Haring', which he held of Peter Wind; rent, 8d. Witnesses:—John de Wilehahe, Richard de Fincheslee, James de Blachenham, and others (named). Seal of grantor.
Middx.C. 6532. Grant by John Ougham, son and heir of Ellis Ougham, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Margaret his mother, and to Richard Palmer, skinner, and John Waltham, brazier, citizens of London, of all his lands, &c. which he inherited from his father, in the city and surburbs of London, Popeler in the parish of Stebenhith, and Harngey. 12 February, 9 Henry VI. Seal.
[Suffolk.]C. 6533. Grant by Roger Sherman of Thrandeston to Thomas Wrenne, Thomas Portyr, chaplain of Yaxlee, and John Eyr, chaplain of Thrandeston, of a piece of land containing 4a. called 'Depmere,' in Yaxlee, between the land of Yaxlee church and land called 'Bascat- lond,' and abutting on a road called 'Algateweye,' and on the lands of the prior and convent of Hoxne, and of John Sherman, which piece of land he had by the gift of Robert Sherman, deceased. 15 September, 11 Henry VI. Seal, marked S.
Kent. Sussex. Wilts.C. 6534. Chirograph indented, dated 8 July, 18 Edward IV, between Dame Elizabeth Yorke, widow; Thomas Wyndesore, esquire, William Yorke, gentleman, John Mathewe, citizen and mercer of London, and Robert Rypon, executors of the will of William Yorke, esquire, of the one part, and John Yorke, esquire, William's son and heir, of the other part, witnessing that out of 1,000l. bequeathed by William for the purchase of lands for John and the heirs of his body, with remainder to William, John's brother, the executors have paid 560 marks to Sir Richard Darell, knight, for the manor of Est Sutton, co. Kent, and the site of a mill called 'Okeley,' co. Sussex, and 40l. to John, to the intent that he shall 'espie and gete' the other lands. English. Seal. Endorsements in English:—(1) Bond, dated 5 March, by John Yorke, to the said executors, for the performance of the terms of the above indenture. (2) Note of the purchase of lands called 'Strange- bones,' co. Wilts, from Thomas Precy, for the sum of 47l. (3) Note of the payment to John York of 160l. for the purchase of lands. (4) Bond for 50 marks by the said John to purchase lands with 50 marks delivered to him 12 February, 7 Henry VII. Bond, dated 12 February, 7 Henry VII, by John York to expend 50 marks, delivered to him, in the purchase of land.
[Leic.] [Warw.]C. 6535. Chirograph indented, dated the octave of Martinmas, 1 Edward I, being a final concord whereby John le Brun and Joan, his wife, demised to William Burdet 5½ yardlands in Schepheye, and 42s. rent in Schepheye, Baxterle, and Leycestr'; rent, 6 marks. For this grant he has given them a sore sparrowhawk.
Leic. Warw.C. 6536. Chirograph indented, witnessing that Margaret late the wife of John Flaundres has granted to Richard Whithull, Margaret his wife, and her lawful heirs, all her lands, &c. in Shepey Magna, Boseworth, and Carleton, and a messuage and two tofts in Coton, co. Leicester, all her lands, &c. in Atherston, with a pasture near Flaundres, called 'Crowehall,' co. Warwick, and the manor of Sheepy Parva, after her death, which lands she had by the demise of Thomas Mollesley and Thomas Whatton, for the term of her life (vite mee); rent, 4 marks, 3s. 4d. Monday after St. Matthias, 13 Henry VI. Two seals, one damaged.
Middx.C. 6537. Grant by Margaret Ougham, re[lict of Ellis Ougham, citizen] and fishmonger of London, to John Joy, William Martyn, chaplain, John Broun, and Philip Rabbe, of the manor of [Toppesfeld] in Harngey and all her lands, &c. there, which she had by the gift of John Ougham, son and heir of the said Ellis. 27 July, 35 Henry VI. Seal of arms, damaged.
Heref.C. 6538. Grant by Katherine, late the wife of John Falk the elder, citizen of Hereford, and Nicholas Falk, son and heir of the said John, to George Breynton, of their garden in Hereford, in Oldescole- strete. Witnesses:—John Mey, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). Monday after Christmas, 5 Henry VI.
Essex.C. 6539. Conveyance by John Wetyng to John Ruston, Margaret his wife, and his heirs, of all the lands, &c. which he had by the gift of Thomas Hardyng, citizen and clothworker of London, in Berkyng and elsewhere in the county. Witnesses:—John Rande, steward to the abbess of Berkyng, and others (named). 25 March, 28 Henry VI.
[Essex.]C. 6540. Chirograph indented, being a defeasance by Reynold Bernewell of [G]ynge Mounteneye and John, son of William atte Grove, of Dakenham, of a grant by the said William of a yearly rent of 10s., charged on 7a. land called 'le Moris,' on payment of 78s. 4d., before Michaelmas next, in the chapel of Romford. Witnesses:—Ralph Tyele, bailiff of Haveryng, and others (named). Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 50 Edward III.
Surrey.C. 6541. Chirograph indented, being a grant by James Botiller, earl of Ormond, John Neell, master of the house of St. Thomas of Acres in London, and John Battescombe, to Thomas Wryght, citizen and timbermonger of London, of all the trees in the close called 'Brokelandmede' in the park called 'the Vacherye,' to be felled and removed within two years from next Christmas, with power to dig sawpits, provided they be filled up before the end of the term. 8 January, 16 Henry VI. English. Seal.
Heref.C. 6542. Surrender by Agnes, late the wife of Robert Hunte, daughter and heir of Walter Restot and Maud his wife, of her right in lands, &c. in Welynton, and elsewhere in the county, to John Mey, William Monyngton, William Maxey, clerk, and Richard Gybons, chaplain, whereof they hold the reversion at her death. 12 January, 19 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Heref.]C. 6543. Grant by William Rose and Margery, his wife, to Thomas, son of Roger Restard, of the reversion of all the messuages and lands within the lordship of Maurdyn which Walter Bawdewyn and Alice his wife hold for their life (vite eorum) by the demise of Thomas Vynte and John Lane. Friday after Candlemas, 35 Henry VI.
[Middx.]C. 6544. Indenture whereby James, earl of Ormond, gave power to John Neell, master of St. Thomas of Acon, Richard Neell, Master John Pope, Sir John Blake, parson of St. Martin Ottewiche, and Thomas Abbay, over all his 'assignementes, rentes, dettes, duhetees, and suetes,' to pay the said master of St. Thomas a debt of 60l., and thereafter to pay to Master John Pope, Sir John Blake, Thomas Abbay, and Robert Ragon, grocer, of London, 195l. 11d. for which they are his sureties. 8 October, 27 Henry VI. English. Traces of seals.
[Middx.]C. 6545. Copy of the roll of the court of the manor held at Toppes- feldes on the feast of St. Peter's Chains, 8 Henry VI, whereby Thomas Howe was admitted tenant-at-will of a garden called 'Jordanhys- hawe,' by the service of 2d. yearly and suit of court every three weeks.
Middx.C. 6546. Letters of Robert Took and Robert Byfeld, ironmongers, William Overey, stockfishmonger, and William Rotheley, goldsmith, citizens of London, appointing William Marner and . . . Paxman their attorneys to deliver seisin of the manor of Toppesfeld in Harengey to Thomas Frowyk, esquire, Henry Spylman, Thomas Edward, Thomas Luyte, James Bradman, John Wyrall, John Godeyere, John Rympyng- den, gentleman, and John Baker. 12 November, 7 Edward IV. Four seals, one damaged.
[Essex.]C. 6547. Grant by William and John Wheler and William Illegh to William Tacley of Bursted, Anne his wife, and Joan, daughter of Henry Wheler, deceased, of 7a. arable in Wrytell, abutting on the high road to Blakemor, which they had by the gift of John Little, 7½a. land lying in three crofts in Wrytell, which they had by the gift of John Elkyn, 1a. land called 'Pakemannescroft' (as in C. 6467) and a garden abutting on 'Paryscroft,' and on a lane leading to land called 'Elkennesforman,' which they had by the gift of Thomas Caleys of Abbesse Rothyng, John, son of William Bedill, and Thomas Hawken, deceased. 8 January, 17 Edward IV. Two seals.
Middx.C. 6548. Conveyance by John Joye, William Martyn, and Philip Rabbe, executors of the will of Margaret, relict of Ellis Ougham, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Thomas Bryan, gentleman, John Lokke, alderman of London, and Thomas, son of Thomas Eyr, Thomas Lute and Thomas More, gentlemen, of the manor of Toppesfeld and the lands, &c. in Harengey, conveyed to them and to John Broun in C. 6537. 6 May, 3 Edward IV. Three seals.
[Suffolk.]C. 6549. Quitclaim by John, son and heir of Robert Sherman, to Thomas Wrenne, Thomas Portyr, chaplain of Yaxle, and John Eyr, chaplain of Thrandeston, of his right in land in Yaxlee (as in C. 6533). 25 September, 11 Henry VI. Seal, marked R.
Heref.C. 6550. Grant by William le Corviser, citizen of Hereford, to William his son and the heirs of his body, for his service, of all that tenement in Hereford, in the High Street, stretching to the street called 'Bihindenthewalle.' Witnesses:—John Iweyn, Roger Penkes, and Roger Ochelmon, bailiffs of Hereford, and others (named). Seal, damaged. Endorsed, De tenemento in Hereford in le Causey.
Heref.C. 6551. Quitclaim by Thomas le Corveiser, skinner, son of William le Corveiser, to William de Breynton, son of John de Breynton, his brother (fratris mei), deceased, of his right in all the lands which William le Corveiser, his father, formerly had. Witnesses:—Richard Elyot, John Monyworth, and John Goldsmyth, bailiffs of Hereford, Roger de la Boure, and John the clerk (clerico). Tuesday, the feast of St. Philip and St. James, 43 Edward III. Seal, cracked. Endorsed, De tenemento in Hereford in vico vocato le Causey.
Heref.C. 6552. Grant by John Prestbury to Robert Hunte, Agnes his wife, daughter and heir of Walter Restot and of Maud his wife, and to the heirs of the said Agnes, of his lands, &c. which he, and others, deceased, had by her gift in Welynton. Wednesday, the feast of St. George, 9 Henry V. Seal, marked H.
[Essex.]C. 6553. Chirograph indented, witnessing that John Frer, clerk, Gilbert Heryer, and William Kylet have demised to Bartholomew Seman, citizen and goldbeater of London, and John Ryder, chaplain, all the messuages &c. late of Robert de Litlyngton, in Dakenham and Berkyng, a windmill called 'Newemyll,' and a field called 'Mellefeld' in Haveryng atte Bour, late of John Uphaveryng, the lands late of William Uphaveryng in Haveryng atte Bour, the lands late of John Michell, vintner of London, in Haveryng, Dakenham, and Berkyng, 3a. land in Haveryng atte Bour, late of John Domyn of Berkyng, and the rents and services of Edmund Perpound, knight, which he used to pay for lands he held of them. Condition of payment of 80 marks to William Kylet for the above lands, &c. Monday after Martinmas, 20 Richard II. Three seals, one of arms. Endorsed, Johannes Fryer.
[Leic.]C. 6554. Grant by Richard de Templo to Nicholas de Templo, his foster-son (alumpno meo), of all his lands in Temple and Sibbesdon, with his capital messuage, fisheries &c. thereto belonging; rent, 16l. during his life. Witnesses:—Sir Ellis de Oddestone and Sir Robert de Flaunvill, knights, and others (named). Barewell. Wednesday before Michaelmas, 18 Edward [I.] Seal.
Middx.C. 6555. Chirograph indented, witnessing that William Halmer, citizen and pouch-maker of London, for the sum of 120 marks, has sold to William Horn, alderman of London and merchant of the Staple at Calais, his messuage and garden called 'Godfreys,' and 20½a. land, lying at the Crouche ende, in the parish of Haryngey, a copyhold of the lordship of Toppesfeld Hall. 9 November, 22 Edward IV. English. Signed: Be me Wylliam Halmar. Seal, marked W. H.
Essex.C. 6556. Indenture whereby William Wheler, John Bedell, Robert Parker, William Welde the elder, of Highwode, Thomas Gebon, Thomas Hawkyn, smith, and Robert Lityll, conveyed to Henry Wheler, brother of the said William, Thomas Sawall, tanner, John Munke, William Illy, and Thomas, son of the said William Welde, a garden, two crofts, and a piece of pasture, containing about nine acres, lying in Writill, between land called 'Andrewes,' a common called 'Highwode,' &c., which they had jointly with Thomas Hawkyn, smith, the elder, deceased, by the gift of William Parker, William Sawall, and the said Thomas Sawall, and also a yearly rent of 6d. issuing out of a croft of land in Writill. For this conveyance, payment of 93s. 4d. is to be made by Henry Wheler to William Wheler before the 28th day of November. Wednesday after Christmas, 2 Edward IV. Five seals. Endorsed: Evidencia Henrici Wheler de gardino et ix acris terre et sex denaratis redditus in Writtell [ex] parte Grafton de London querentis.
Cambridge.C. 6557. Grant by John Pryme, the elder, to John Pippyll, John Brasyer, the elder, son of John Brasyer, John Swalewe, John Priour, and Thomas Godfrey, of a tenement and croft in the town of Tripplowe, and 2½a. arable in the field of Tripplowe, situate as described. 10 May, 16 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Essex.C. 6558. Grant by John Wheler, the elder, son and heir of William Wheler, to Thomas Grafton of London, merchant of the Staple of Calais, Thomas Gerth, esquire, Master William Carpenter, vicar of Wretill, Robert Lute of London, gentleman, John Trotter, Edmund Sewall, and Christopher Danyell, of a barn and garden with the lands called 'Wheler's,' at Heighwode in the parish of Wretill, late of Henry Wheler, between land called 'Wodlande,' &c. and abutting on 'Hale Croft,' John Welde's land at Barwe called 'Hokfeld,' and the highway called 'Dovestret,' leading from the parish cross to the common of Heighwode. 10 May, 2 Richard III. Seal.
Essex.C. 6559. Conveyance by William Illy, of Wretill, and John Munke, of Storteford, to Thomas Grafton, Robert Parker, and others (as in C. 6558, except Edmund Sewall), of 15a. land called 'Barrettes' and 'Andrewys,' late of Henry Wheler, at Heighwode in the parish of Wretill, abutting on land called 'Danys' and the common called 'Heighwode.' 10 May, 2 Richard III. Two seals, one marked S.
Surrey.C. 6560. Grant by Joan, late the wife of John Prentice, to Stephen Rede, citizen and lattener [brass-worker] of London, Juliana his wife, William Sondes, gentleman, and Robert Mareys, of Pekham, of her tenement and garden and 1½a. land in the parishes of Batrichsey and Wandesworth (as in C. 6490). 12 January, 19 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Suffolk.]C. 6561. Quitclaim by Robert Reyner to Edmund Reyner of Dysse, Robert Alrede, and Thomas Fuller alias Garblysham of his right in all the messuages, lands, &c. in Yaxlee and Thrandeston, which he had, jointly with them, by the grant of Thomas Carman, vicar of Yaxle. 10 September, 1 Richard III.
[Heref.]C. 6562. Chirograph indented, whereby Richard de Baskervile, knight, lord of Stretton, granted to Roger le Bisshop, of Strettone by Sugwas, and Agnes his daughter, for their life, a messuage and 9a. land in Stretton, whereof 6a. lie in the field called 'Beenhulle' and 3a. in the field called 'Foldemar'; rent, 2s. 6d. Witnesses:—George de Chabbenor, Walter Rugelyn, and others (named). Sunday after St. Mark, 20 Edward III.
Middx.C. 6563. Quitclaim by Philip Hardbene, citizen and grocer of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Robert Hardbene, citizen and mercer of London, Thomas Wyndesore, esquire, Robert Tate, John his brother, and William Stone and John Haugh, gentlemen, of their right in a tenement in the lane of St. Andrew Huberd, otherwise styled 'Philpot Lane,' in the parish of St. Dionis Bakchurche, London, together with the reversion of a chamber called 'le Bowre' therein, which they had by the demise of the said Philip and Elizabeth and of Humphrey Starky, recorder of London, William Heryot, alderman, John Parker, fishmonger, and Thomas Ostrich, citizens of London. 10 February, 20 Edward IV. Two seals.
[Norfolk.]C. 6564. Quitclaim by William de Derham, burgess of Lenn, to William Spicer, John Bolt, Henry Galt, and Richard Dun, burgesses of Lenn, of his right in all the shops in Helmynggeslane, Bishop's Lenn, which they bought from the executors of the will of Richard de Houton, burgess of Lenn. Thursday after St. Andrew, 11 Richard II; Thomas de Couteshale being then mayor of Lenn, and Thomas de Botekysham, alderman. Seal.
[Cambridge.]C. 6565. Grant by John Woleward, parson of Hagham, to Master Ralph de Holbeche, clerk, and Sir Thomas, perpetual vicar of Trippe- lowe, of a messuage in Trippelowe, formerly of John Payn and Walter his brother, lying between the lane leading to the spring called 'Stok- welle,' &c. and abutting on the highway called 'Cherchestret' and the land of the prior of Ely. Sunday after All Hallows, 38 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 6566. Chirograph indented, witnessing that Nicholas de Dudleye, of Coventry, has demised to Richard atte Byrches two fields and a meadow in Solyhull called 'Goselond,' between land called 'Note- manneslond,' &c. for 15½ years; rent, 13s. Christmas Day, 8 Henry IV.
Essex.C. 6567. Grant by John Freende, of Chesthunt, co. Hertford, and Christian his wife, to Simon Bridgeman, citizen and fuller of London, and Thomas Laurence, of Herlawe, of all his lands, &c. called 'Atkyns,' in the town and parish of Macchyng, which they had by the demise of John Chambreleyn, smith, and Henry Mannyng, weaver (webbe), of Herlawe, and John Gladwyn of Hatfield Regis, and of their tenement called 'Balardes,' in Macchyng, at Carterysgrene, which they had by the demise of the said John, Henry, and John, and of William Wrighte and John Pyper, the elder. 9 January, 30 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Suffolk.]C. 6568. Grant by Agnes Hobelot, of Eye, widow, to John Wrenne, of a messuage, 12a. land, and 23½d. rent in Yakesle and Thrandeston, at 'le Heythe.' Saturday, the feast of St. Chrysogonus, 49 Edward III.
[Leic.]C. 6569. Quitclaim by William, son of John Charnels, of Snarkeston, to Ralph Hurlemon, of Bosworth, of his right in lands, &c. in Bildeston. Wednesday, the eve of St. James the Apostle, 5 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.C. 6570. Quitclaim by John Ougham of Wokyngham, son and heir of Ellis Ougham, late citizen and fishmonger of London, to Margaret, his mother, of his right in the manor of Topesfeld. 22 March, 24 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.C. 6571. Conveyance by Thomas Bryan, serjeant-at-law, Thomas, son of Thomas Eyr, and Thomas Lute, gentlemen, to John Guybon, Robert Broun, citizen and tailor of London, and Oliver Davy, citizen and goldsmith of London, of their manor of Toppesfeld in Harengey, and all their lands there, which they, jointly with John Lokke, late alderman of London, and Thomas More, deceased, had by the demise of John Joye, William Martyn, and Philip Rabbe, 1 October, 4 Edward IV. Three seals.
Middx.C. 6572. Bond by James le Botiller, earl of Ormond, for the pay- ment of 40l. to William Veysine, of Istilworth, brickmaker. 28 March, 15 Henry VI.
Herts.C. 6573. Quitclaim by William Swanlond, esquire, to Thomas Knolles, the elder, citizen of London, and Joan, his wife, of his right in the lands, &c. in Northmymmes, late of Thomas Mayn, chaplain of the chantry there. 24 October, 8 Henry V.
[Middx.]C. 6574. Conveyance by Robert Porter, chaplain, to John Chapman, brewer, and John Gerveys, currier, citizens of London, of 1a. land in a field called 'Threnacres,' in the parish of Haryngey, and 1a. land in 'Stevenesfeld,' in the parish of Haryngey, abutting on the bishop of Exeter's land. 27 December, 37 Henry VI. Seal. Endorsed: iija carta.
Middx.C. 6575. Letters of John Wakeryng, clerk, and Robert Newman, appointing Thomas Shirwynd, citizen and mercer of London, their attorney to deliver to John Bothomsell, mercer, and William Lyly and George Gilbert, girdlers, citizens of London, seisin of a place, with houses thereon, in Kensyngton, between John Twyford's meadow called 'Purymansfeld,' the highroad, &c. 10 September, 16 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Sussex.]C. 6576. Grant by Thomas Pepelisshame to John Wendout of a piece of land in the parish of Aschebournhame, adjoining two roads to Wilsammecruche. Witnesses:—Alan and John Pryncle, John Liteman, and others (named). Wilsame, Saturday after Martinmas, 4 Richard II.
Essex.C. 6577. Grant by Henry, earl of Essex, to Robert Plomer of a yearly rent of 40s. issuing out of the manor of Chyngford. 20 March, 8 Edward IV.
[Essex.]C. 6578. Conveyance by William Tacley, of Bursted, Anne his wife, and Joan, daughter of Henry Wheler, deceased, to John Brette, Stephen Robgeaunt, William Coope, Edmund Sawell, and Richard Byrle, of 16a. land, a garden, and a road in Wrytell (as in C. 6470), on condition of the payment of 50s. by John Brette before Midsummer next. 10 January, 17 Edward IV. Three seals.
Kent.C. 6579. Grant by Robert Hobull, of London, and Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of Robert, son and heir of Thomas Cole and of Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of John Hamys, to Geoffrey Warton, Nicholas and John Gaynesford, John Sybell, Gilbert Maudesley, and John Cleton, esquires, and Nicholas Lok, yeoman, of the messuages, lands, &c. which descended to the said Margaret Hobull at the death of Robert, her father, or Thomas, her grandfather, in the parish of Horton and Sutton, near the highway called 'Holane' leading from Spich in Pettham eastwards; and of a garden in Sutton, which came to her at the death of Robert, her father, by inheritance from the said John Hamys, 7 February, 22 Edward IV.
[Norfolk.]C. 6580. Conveyance by Thomas, cardinal archbishop of Canter- bury, and Thomas Billyng, knight, chief justice of the king's bench, feoffees under the will of William Hulyn, alderman and fishmonger of London, to Thomas Grafton, merchant of the Staple of Calais, John Fissher, gentleman, John Brampton, clothworker, and Richard Brampton, stockfishmonger, of a capital messuage in a street called 'le Northirne,' between a lane called 'Helmyngeslane,' &c. and abutting on St. Nicholas chapel and the great wharf (ripam), and of 3s. rent charged on a tenement, late of Robert Kent, in Seggeforde- lane near Baksterrowe, all in Bishop's Lenn; which messuage and rent they, with others deceased, had by the gift of Elizabeth, late the wife of Thomas Nyp, citizen and fishmonger of London. Witnesses:—Edmund Westhorp, mayor of Lenn, and others (named). 11 November, 18 Edward IV. Two seals, one of arms.
[Essex.]C. 6581. Grant by John Adam, commonly called Elkyn, to Thomas Caleys, John son of William Bedyll, William Chalk, and Thomas Hawkyn the younger, of 1a. land in Writele, called 'Pakemannescroft,' and a garden (as in C. 6547) with a tenement adjoining the latter. Monday before Michaelmas, 20 Henry VI. Seal.
[Middx.]C. 6582. Grant by William le Smythe, of Padyngton, to John le Shereman, of Kensyngton, Alice his wife, and his heirs, of a place of land in 'the said town,' between a field called 'Perimanesfeld,' and the high road, &c. Witnesses:—Henry de Leyke, John Lorchoun, and others (named). Sunday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 37 Edward III. Seal, damaged.
Surrey.C. 6583. Quitclaim by Joan, late the wife of Simodus Lytfot, to William Lytfot, her son, and Joan, his wife, of her right in all her land, &c. in Mordon. Saturday before St. Wulfstan, 22 Henry VI.
[Leic.]C. 6584. Grant by John Charnels, of Snarkeston, to William de Pykwell, rector of Pikwell, John Fylk, chaplain, and Thomas de Walcote, of the 3 messuages and 3 yardlands in Bildeston, which John Charnels, his uncle, and Margaret Charnels, formerly had by the gift of John Grym of Hathecote. Sunday after the Annunciation, 3 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 6585. Quitclaim by William Kyng, of Peterborough, draper, to Thomas Grafton, citizen and woolman of London, John, bishop of Ely, Guy Wolston, esquire, Thomas Hille, alderman of London, Thomas and Robert Luyt, gentlemen, and Thomas Pontesbury, of Shropshire, merchant, of his right in a messuage in Peterborough, in le Prestgate, between Dedelane, the abbot's garden, &c. which they had by the gift of John Wakyrley, esquire, Richard Skyrmot, gentleman, and John Morborn and Thomas Blokwyn, chaplains, who had it by his gift. 19 August, 2 Richard III.
[Cornw.]C. 6586. Indenture of demise by William Frye, of Fowye, to Thomas Clemens, Marion his wife, and John their eldest son, for their lives, with survivorship, of the reversion of his share of a tenement in Sprayton in the parish of Talla, after the death, surrender, or forfeiture of John Bray; rent, 46s. 8d. The best beast to be given as a heriot at the death of each of them, and all repairs to be done by them. 27 December, 33 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 6587. Grant by John Cope, of Peterburgh, butcher, to Thomas Dale, rector of Fletton, William Kyng of Peterburgh, draper, and William's heirs, of his messuage in Peterborough, in le Prestegate, between Dedelane, &c. which he, with others, had by the gift of Thomas Bysset, of Croylond. 23 November, 3 Edward IV. Seal.
[Oxford.]C. 6588. Grant by Thomas Brown to John Breche of a tenement and garden in the High Street of Henley on Thames, opposite 'le Barres,' stretching from the High Street to the field called 'le Henefeld,' and of ½a. arable in the said field, stretching from the said garden to 'Grymesdich.' Witnesses:—Nicholas Wagge, warden (custode) of Henley, Thomas Devyn and William Hunte, bailiffs, John Elmes and John Logge. 1 September, 12 Edward IV. Seal.
Essex.C. 6589. Grant by William Avenell, knight, to Emma, daughter of Sir John de Newenham, knight, Thomas her son, and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas, of all his lands in Purlee, North Fambrygge, Danberye, and Stowe; rent, a rose at Midsummer. The feast of St. James, 12 Edward II. Paper copy, in a 15th century hand.
Kent.C. 6590. Indenture of conveyance by Richard Wirall, and William Stephene, of Aylesford, and John Gerold, of the parish of St. Margaret, Rochester, to Lawrence Tayllour, of a messuage, 10a., and 15 dayworks of land, lying dispersed in the parish of Aylesford, at Melhale, Mel- halefeld, and Reverescroft, which they had by the gift of Philip Taylour, Lawrence's father, on condition that the said Lawrence pay the said Philip 24l. 13s. 4d. and allow him, if he shall survive Juliana his wife (uxorem suam), to occupy the upper chamber at the south end of the messuage. 31 March, 22 Henry VI. Three seals, two damaged.
Middx.C. 6591. Chirograph indented, whereby John Bekyngham con- veyed to William Moille and Margaret his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, all his lands in Grenewichelane in the parish of All Hallows the Great (ad fenum) in Dougate ward, London, between tenements of the brotherhood of St. James, Garlikhithe, of the prior and convent of the hospital of the Blessed Virgin without Bisshopesgate, &c. and conveyed to them a stone wall and its site there; remainder to William's right heirs; Robert Clopton, being then mayor of London, William Combes and Richard Ryche, sheriffs, and Nicholas Wotton, alderman of the ward. 9 March, 20 Henry VI.
[Essex.]C. 6592. Grant by Ellis Adam to John his son, for life, of four crofts containing 15a. in Writele. Witnesses:—John Friday, park- keeper, John Hildyth, and others (named). Tuesday, the feast of St. Barnabas, 33 Edward III. Seal in white wax.
Leic.C. 6593. Chirograph indented, being a grant by Thomas de Scheynton, abbot, and the convent of Merevale, to Ralph Hurlemon, of Boseworth, and Alice, his wife, of a chaplain of the convent to celebrate divine service at the altar of St. Mary in the convent church for the good of Ralph and Alice during their lives, and of their souls and the souls of their parents and benefactors afterwards; the chaplain to receive from the precentor 1d. daily, to be taken from their tenement in Leicester called 'le Fremantel.' And they grant to the said Ralph and Alice, for life, weekly, one London bushel of wheat and one London bushel of barley-malt, called, in those parts, 'estrikes,' 14d. weekly, two quarters of beans and peas, or oats, six cartloads of firewood, and one gown with hood and fur, of the livery of their house, for Ralph, yearly, the chamber called 'Robert de Atherton's chamber,' and hay sufficient for two horses, and a stable whenever they shall come. The feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 1377.
[Oxford.]C. 6594. Grant by Richard Lestraunge, knight, lord of Knokyn, Mohun, and Harpden, and Elizabeth his wife, to their servant, William Spencer, of a tenement in Henley on Thames, called 'Cardemakeres,' late of John Harpden, knight, near Brookstrete; rent, 12d. Witnesses:— John Elmez, warden of Henle, John Devene and Roger Tannere, bailiffs, and others (named). 30 June, 19 Henry VI. Two seals one with a grass ring.
[Hants.]C. 6595. Chirograph indented, dated Sunday after Midsummer Day, 47 Edward III, between Joan, late the wife of Nicholas Wodelok, of the one part, and John Bybel and Mabel, his wife, of the other part, witnessing that, whereas Richard, son and heir of John Lengleys. knight, has granted to John Bybel, for life, a water mill in Shyrfeld Engleys, with suit of tenants, free and bond, and access to a pond in Shyrfeld to let in and shut off the water, Joan Wodelok, to whom the mill &c. ought to revert at John Bybel's death, grants it to the said John and Mabel, for their life, at a rent of 16s., with power to herself and the farmers dwelling within the manor to grind their corn free of toll; with remainder to Joan, their daughter, for life. And the said John and Mabel and Joan, their daughter, shall keep the mill in repair and maintain it with two mill-stones of half a royal foot in thickness; and shall have the right of building a second mill near the first. And if the mill stand idle for want of repair for a quarter of a year, or if the rent be in arrear for a month, Joan Wodelok may resume possession. Seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 6596. Indenture witnessing that Thomas Grafton, woolman has demised to Sir John Morborn, chaplain, for life, a chamber in a messuage in Peterborough, which he bought lately from Edward Kyng, draper; rent, a red rose, if demanded. 20 August 2 Richard III.
[Middx.]C. 6597. Copy of the roll of the court of the manor of Haryngey, held on Thursday the feast of St. Andrew, 20 Edward IV, whereat Master Nicholas Parker and William Maryner surrendered a tenement in Crowchende (as in C. 6495) to the use of William Kendale and Maud, his wife, who were admitted tenants by the rod.
[Sussex.]C. 6598. Quitclaim by John Gerveys, of Ihamme, to Sir William Haringoud of his right in all the land which Henry Frylende had in Ikelesham at his death, except 10a. marsh and 2a. exhausted land (sussanne). Witnesses:—Sir William de Echingham, Sir William de Hastinges, Sir Luke de Pounynges, Sir Luke de Vyeine, and others (named). Seal, damaged.
Kent.C. 6599. Conveyance by Robert Selby of Eastmallyng to William Swenye and Lawrence Taylour,of Aylesford,of 6a. land called 'Mustowe' in the parish of Ditton, adjacent to lands of the lordships of Syffleton and Ditton, which land he, jointly with Richard Pyssche, had by the gift of Margery Wade, widow, late of Aylesford. 16 May. 1 Edward IV. Seal. Endorsed: Jamys Holand.
Essex.C. 6600. Grant by John son of John Noreys, of Spwyshende, to John de Wymbissh, shepherd, of a piece of arable in Waleden, in a field called 'Neuportehull,' between land of the abbot and convent of Waleden &c. Brokwaleden, Sunday after St. Edward the King and Martyr, 18 Edward III.