Deeds
C.7101 - C.7200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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431-443

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'Deeds: C.7101 - C.7200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 431-443. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64501 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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C.7101 - C.7200

Surrey.C. 7101. Conveyance by Thomas Bateman and William Frankyssh, citizen and fishmonger of London, feoffees to the use of Nicholas Fytzherbert, of Iteham, co. Kent, gentleman, to Thomas Tayllour, Richard Turk, Edward Collyng, and Thomas Man, citizens and fish- mongers of London, to the use of the said Thomas Tayllour, of messuages, land, and a wharf at 'le Stewessyde' in the parish of St. Margaret, Suthwerk. 22 November, 27 Henry VIII.
Suffolk.C. 7102. Bond by Thomas Bradstrete, of Thwaite, husbandman, for the payment of 11l. to Richard Smithe, of Framlingham, yeoman. 27 September, 19 Elizabeth. Mark of witness. Fragment of seal. Endorsed (in English) with condition for the payment of 5l. 10s. by 9 November next.
Staff.C. 7103. Indenture, dated 4 August, 19 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton, of the Wrynehill, knight, Dame Anne, his wife, and Edward, his son and heir apparent, have demised to William Taylier, of the Fernyhalgh, husbandman, a meadow called 'the Wyldmore meadow,' in Basford, in the lordship of Chedleton, for twenty-one years from Lady Day, 1592; rent, 5s. and the usual services; the tenant to have sufficient 'trowse' and stakes to fence the meadow. Mark.
Cambridge.C. 7104. Grant by John Northe and Thomas Pryme, husbandmen, at the special request of John Swan, the elder, of Newton, to William Hawke, of Hadnam, of a messuage, 140a. arable, 10a. pasture and 3a. wood, which they had by the gift of the said John Swan in Thryplowe. 26 June, 29 Henry VIII. Two seals.
[Cornw.]C. 7105. Indenture of fine, dated 26 Henry VIII., whereby William Frye conveyed to Hugh Trevenyan, knight, Reynold Moore, esquire, John Lowre, gentleman, John Bawdon, and John Bawdon's heirs, 60 messuages, 400a. land, 100a. meadow, 300a. pasture, 6a. alder-grove, 400a. heath, and 20s. rent in Polruan, Playton, Sutton, Polpera, Byndon, Flowrecroft, Carbura, Milleparkys, Millond, Overnewton, Tredanyck, Tremorys, Lostwytheell, Treneglasse, Penty- strade, Pollegere, and Glovereg, for 400 marks.
Devon.C. 7106. Grant by John Beauple, clerk, to Alexander Beauple, his kinsman, of all his messuages, lands, etc. in Bedyford; rent 5s. a year for the grantor's life. 12 May, 2 Elizabeth. Seal, in wrapping.
Middx.C. 7107. Copy of the roll of the court of the manor of Toppesfeld held on 28 August, 2 Henry VIII.; surrender by Richard Spencer' and Isabel, his wife, of a toft lately built with a garden adjoining, in Haryngeye, late of John Delkeneye, to the use of William Horn' alderman of London, who was admitted tenant by the rod.
Heref.C. 7108. Indenture, dated 12 June, 4 Henry VIII., witnessing that John Breynton, gentleman, has demised to Richard Broun 18a. arable in Widmershe Portefeldes, late of John Goodman, the younger, for ten years; rent, 36s. English. Fragment of seal. Endorsed: Lands in Heref in the Portefyld.
[Norfolk.]C. 7109. Will, dated 24 April, 1512, of Richard Scole, of Osmundeston; direction for burial in the parish church of Osmundeston; bequests to the church in recompense for forgotten tithes, and for repairs, and breaking the ground; for a priest to sing half a year for his father's soul and half a year for his own; gifts of wheat and barley to the White and Black Friars of Norwich; to Thomas Scole alias Thrston all his lands, etc. in Osmundeston, Frense, and Thorpe, except 20 acres of such unenclosed land as may most conveniently be sold for payment of his debts; the bequest to Thomas not to take effect for five years from Michaelmas following the date of the will, and to be void if he hinder the executors; various specific bequests. English. Seal (of the official of Norwich ?), damaged. Endorsed with note of probate at Norwich, 2 June, 1513.
[Suffolk.]C. 7110. Copy of the roll of the court of the soke of Eye held Wednesday after Whitsuntide, 8 Henry VIII.; admission of Robert Wrenne, aged 13 years, and Margaret, his mother, to the villein tene- ment late of Thomas Wrenne, his father.
Hants. Essex.C. 7111. Recognizance for 300l. by William Deane, of Titchfeild, yeoman, to John Legatt, of Hornechurch, gentleman. Westminster, 21 November, 25 Elizabeth. Initialled; W.D. Signed by William Mowse, a master in Chancery. Paper.
Heref.C. 7112. Indenture, dated 10 November, 14 Henry VIII., wit- nessing that John Breynton, gentleman, has demised to Nicholas Trehayron, of Burmershe, husbandman, a messuage and land called 'Burmershe . . . . .,' for twenty-one years; rent, 28s. 8d.
Heref.C. 7113. Indenture whereby Richard Balle, of le More, in the parish of Bodenham, and Joan, his wife, granted to John Jevan, of le More, a messuage and 47a. land and meadow in Bodenham in le Nethermore and Mawrdyn, late of Edmund Brygge, 8a. arable late of Thomas Loveday, 6a. arable late of John Hyll, and a parcel of pasture and wood called 'le Wilde,' in the parish of Bodenham. The grant to be void on payment of 20l. on Midsummer Day next. 20 July, 23 Henry VII.
Surrey.C. 7114. Letters from Thomas Fitez William, recorder of London, William Hody, attorney-general, Richard Emson, attorney to the duchy of Lancaster, and Richard Skynner. of Pekham, gentleman, appointing John Ustwayte, of Westminster, and Thomas Desford, gentlemen, their attorneys, to receive seisin from Bartholomew Chaloner, of London, mercer, of lands, &c. in Camerwell and elsewhere in Surrey. 15 December, 1 Henry VII. Four seals, one damaged.
Staff.C. 7115. Indenture, dated 20 October, 28 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Eggerton, of Wrynehill, knight, and Dame Anne, his wife, have demised to Ralph, son of John Brassington, husbandman, for a fine of 40 marks and 10s., a messuage in Chedulton, for ten years from Lady Day, 1598; rent, 39s. 4d. and two capons; a heriot of the best beast or other best good at the death of a tenant; the tenant to do all repairs, for which he is to have great timber, 'trowse and tynsell,' to do suit to the court and mill of Chedulton, to find a man to serve Sir Ralph in the Queen's wars, and to pay in proportion to his rent for furnishing men. English. Signature and seal. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Herts ?]C. 7116. Copy of the roll of the court baron of Thomas Coxe, gentleman, held 4 June. 13 Elizabeth, at which William Skypwyth of St. Albans, esquire, and Frances, his wife, surrendered a close of 12a. called 'Downfeld' to the use of Henry Skypwyth, William's brother and heir.
Do., 29 May, 14 Elizabeth: admission of Henry as tenant of the close to the use of George Ferrers, esquire, steward of the court, Margaret, his wife, and her heirs.
Do., 2 . . ., 17 Elizabeth: admission of George and Margaret as tenants at will.
Middx.C. 7117. Grant by Thomas Walker, citizen and grocer of London, and Cecily, his wife, daughter and heir of Joan, late the wife of William Underhill, daughter and heir of William Brokherst of Iseldon, to William Horn, alderman of London, and others (as in C. 7092) of a messuage and land in Harengeye formerly of John Kyngesden, goldsmith, son and heir of Simon Kyngesden alias Kyng, brewer, both citizens of London. 20 June, 2 Henry VII. Seal.
Surrey.C. 7118. Chirograph, indented, dated 12 August, 15 Henry VII., witnessing that Anthony son of John Donton, deceased, and Alice, his wife, 'now called Alice Langton, widow' has surrendered to Robert Hawkyns, citizen and 'hattermerchaunt' of London, his reversion on the death of the said Alice,his mother, to copyhold lands in Totyng- beke and Streham, for 33s. 4d. payable at her death. English. Seal.
Endorsed with note of enrolment in the court of [the manor of Tooting Bec], Monday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 15 Henry VII.
London. Surrey.C. 7119. Quitclaim by Walter Medeherst, of Crowherst, husbandman, to Robert Hawkyn, citizen and 'hattermarchaunt' of London, and John Parker, of the same, of all actions and demands. 5 January, 7 Henry VII. Seal.
N'hamp.C. 7120. Indenture, dated 5 July, 18 Elizabeth, witnessing that Leonard Chamberleyne, gentleman, has sold to Richard Davison, Richard Worthington, and Richard Stephenson, yeoman, and Edward, son of Giles Barnewell, his interest in lands &c. in the tithing of Cransley. English. Signed: Leonard Chamberlayn. Seal.
[Kent.]C. 7121. Chirograph, indented, being a final concord, dated 16 Elizabeth, whereby Ralph Goldsmythe conveyed to Joan Iden a messuage and 3a. land in Sutton Valance for 40l.
Cornw.C. 7122. Quitclaim by John Gidligh, late of Portpira, gentleman, to William Frye, of Porewan, yeoman, of his right in messuages, lands, &c. in Pleyton, Sutton, Polpera, or elsewhere in the parish of Tallonde. 31 July, 14 Henry VIII.
York [W.R.].C. 7123. Grant by John Sykys, yeoman, to Charles his son and Cristiana Slacke, daughter of Charles Slacke of Cawthorn, for their lives in survivorship, as dower and jointure of the said Cristiana on their marriage, of a yearly rent of 20s. charged on a messuage and land called 'Grenehowse' in Flockton, to begin at Whitsuntide, 1560. 12 June, 4 Edward VI.
At the side. Md. that I have payd to Nycholas Syke in the wholl xxxviij.li. and vij.s.
Chester.C. 7124. Indenture, dated 1 April, 14 Henry VIII., witnessing that Thomas Bulkeley,of Eyton, esquire, has sold to Richard Leftwich a messuage and all his houses and lands in Myddillwich in the occupation of John Snelson. English.
Headed: I.H.S.
Surrey.C. 7125. Conveyance by Robert Brampton and Richard Humfreston to William Harecourte, esquire, son of Richard Harecourte, knight, in tail male, of a messuage, 80a. land and 22a. wood in Wolkestede alias Walcamstede, which they jointly with Richard Worde, deceased, had by the gift of Thomas Alfray, esquire, and Peter Alfray; successive remainders in tail male to Richard and Simon, sons of Christopher Harecourte; remainder to the heirs male of the body of Miles Harecourte; remainder to the right heirs of the said Richard Harecourte, knight. 20 November, 12 Henry VII. Two seals, one damaged.
Devon.C. 7126. Indenture, dated 14 April, 26 Elizabeth, witnessing that Thomas Skynner and Mary, his wife, John Drew and Agnes, his wife, Nicholas Glasse and Joan, his wife, and Joan Puggesley, for 16l. beforehand, have demised to George Pyne, gentleman, messuages, barns, and a garden adjoining the lands of Charles, lord Howard, near Stone Bridge in the parish of Barnestaple, for 99 years; rent 6s. Signed: George Pyne. English. Seal.
Kent.C. 7127. Grant by Joan Iden, of Bocton Mownchelsey, to Thomas Goldsmythe, of the same, tailor, her son, for 14l., of a messuage and 2½a. land in the parish of Sutton Valance (as in C. 7090). 25 November, 26 Elizabeth. Mark and seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Devon.C. 7128. Quitclaim by William Bysshippe to John Beaple of his right in messuages, lands, &c. in Orcherd and Legh Mersche within the parish of Northam and in Horneburgh within the parish of Bedyford. 19 October, 18 Henry VIII. Seal.
Oxford.C. 7129. Grant by John Breche to Godfrey Gildon, Henry Douneham, and Thomas, son of William Wagge, of his tenement and ½a. arable in 'le Hempefeld' in Henley-on-Thames, between the High Street and 'le Grymesdiche.' Witnesses:—Nicholas Wagge, late warden of Henley, John Baker and Henry Grenelefe, bailiffs, Richard White, under-bailiff, and others (named). 10 May, 7 Henry VII. Seal.
[Middx.]C. 7130. Acknowledgment by William atte Wode, clerk of the foreign estreats of the Exchequer, of the receipt from William Home, knight, alderman of London, of 16s. 8d. for fines for leave to agree with Thomas Walker and Cecily, his wife, and Thomas Mershall and Margery, his wife, in respect of messuages and lands in Haryngey. 8 July, 3 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.
Surrey.C. 7131. Indenture, dated 27 November, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Owen Clun, citizen and draper of London, has demised to Henry Maiour, yeoman, his capital messuage of Bell Alleye in Bermondesey for [twen]ty one years; rent, 20 marks. English.
Suffolk.]C. 7132. Conveyance by John Waller, George Pulham, and John Toralde to Thomas Grey, Robert Wrenne, and William Fannere of all the lands, &c. in Yaxlee, Thrandeston, Palgrave, Melles, and Thornham Parva, late of Robert Reyner, within the hundred of Hertismere, except a piece of pasture near the tenement of William Hanworth. 30 September, 20 Henry VII. Signed: John Waller. Two seals, one broken.
Staff.C. 7133. Indenture, dated 10 September, 3 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton of the Wrynehyll and Dame Anne, his wife, have demised to William Forde, for 12l. beforehand, a messuage in the occupation of the said William within the lordship of Chedulton, for twenty-one years from Lady Day. 1577; rent, 24s. 1d. and the customary services; the tenant to do all repairs and to have timber therefor. English. Seal, marked R.F.
Middx.C. 7134. Quitclaim by Wolfran Warner, citizen and beer-brewer of London, to Robert Hawkyns, of London, gentleman, of all personal actions and demands. 9 April, 2 Henry VIII. Signature.
Herts. Essex.C. 7135. Recognisance given by Robert Stepnethe, of Aldenham, esquire, to Francis Eglysfeild, of East Ham, esquire, for 150l. West- minster, 27 June, 1577.
Condition (in English) for payment of 100l. by 30 June, 1578.
Signatures of the said Robert and of William Mowse, master in Chancery.
Paper.
Cambridge.C. 7136. Quitclaim by John Swan, the elder, of Newton, husbandman, to William Hawke, of Hadnam, of his right in a messuage, 140a. arable, 10a. pasture and 3a. wood, formerly called 'Clerkes,' in Thryplowe, late of John Thurlowe, which he recovered by arbitration from the said William, reserving a rent of 3l. yearly to Joan, his wife, for her life. 27 June, 29 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
Chester.C. 7137. Indenture, dated 4 April, 18 Elizabeth, witnessing that Richard Mynshull, of Mynshull, esquire, Edward Puelston, of Alenton, co, Denbigh, William Croxton, of Ravenscrofte, and John Belott, of Everton, co. Denbigh, gentlemen, and Robert Belott, gentleman, servant to William Cicill, lord Burleye, have demised to Dormice alias Derbie Ulster, professor of physic, for 3l., a parcel of ground called 'the Longe Spange' between the house of the said Ulster in Over Bebington and the common of Trandmore, from which it Was lately enclosed, for the term of the lives of Peter, John, and Henry Ulster, sons of the said Derby, and the longest liver of them; rent, 2s. payable to the said Richard Mynshull. English. Signature and seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Devon.C. 7138. Indenture, dated 26 September, 24 Elizabeth, witnessing that Thomas Skynner and Mary, his wife, Nicholas Glasse and Joan, his wife, and Joan Puggesley, widow, have demised to Joan Pecarde, John, her son, and Agnes Tricke, John's intended wife, three-fourths of half a tenement called 'Braddon,' in the parish of Buckelandbruer, for ninety-nine years from the death of the former occupier John Pecarde, father in law of the said Joan Pecarde; rent 3s. 9d. and 20s. as a heriot or 'farlene' on the death of any of the lessees, except of the said Agnes if she die before the others; the lessees to pay the 'high rent' to the 'high lords' of the fee, and to do all repairs, for which they are to have housebote. English. Three marks and two seals.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Devon.]C. 7139. Indenture of grant by William Parker, Alice, his wife, and Joan, daughter and heir of Emma Buse, to John Burgh, Agnes, his wife, and —, their son, for their lives and the life of the longest liver, of all messuages and lands at Estwode within the manor of Northam, formerly held by Miles Harry; rent, 26s. 8d. and a heriot or 'farlen' of a beast worth 6s. 8d. on the death of the longest liver; the lessees to build a new barn and to keep the whole of the premises in repair. 12 October, 21 Henry VII. Seal.
Devon.C. 7140. Indenture, dated 22 March, 13 Henry VIII., witnessing that it is agreed between John Beauple, of Fremyngton, and Thomas, son and heir of Robert Beauple, that whereas Robert granted to John all his messuages. &c. in East and West Hankeford and Rengysdon until John should receive therefrom 24l. which he had paid to redeem the said messuages, &c. when mortgaged to Nicholas Mourton, but reserved to Robert 6s. 8d. yearly, now Thomas shall take the profits of the messuages, &c. provided he pay John 13s. 4d. yearly till 20l., the residue of the 24l., is repaid, and shall further pay John 13s. 4d. yearly for life. English. Seal, marked R.
Kent.C. 7141. Quitclaim by John Staynes. of Rochester, yeoman, to Henry Lawrence, of Raynham, yeoman, of his right in a messuage, cottage, 8a. land, 6a. meadow and 6a. pasture in Backsoze Street, Halsto by Syttyngborne. 5 February, 1 Elizabeth. Mark.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
[Suffolk.]C. 7142. Copy of the roll of the court of the manor of Bridge Place in Codenham, held 4 April, 2 Elizabeth, at which John Goode surrendered five pieces of meadow in Cretinge All Saints, abutting on Camcrofte Meadow, Miles Meadow, a field called 'Synkesrowe,' the land of the manor of Cretinge St. Mary, Trendlebrooke, a close called 'Chekerclose,' a lane called 'Chekerlane,' a lane leading to 'Borowefelde,' and a meadow called 'Brooke' belonging to the rector of Cretinge St. Olave, to the use of Anne and Alice, his daughters, who were admitted tenants by the rod.
Devon.C. 7143. Indenture, dated 10 June, 7 Henry VIII., witnessing that Thomas, son and heir of John, son and heir of Alice Clyve, has sold to Peter Hyllynge, for 4l., all his messuages, lands, &c. in Orchard within the manor of Northam. Fragment of seal. English.
Suffolk.C. 7144. Bond in 60l. by John Bradstrede, of Creatynge St. Olave, John Apple wheyte, of Stoke, and Thomas Bradstrete, of Tweyte, yeomen, to Robert Shepparde, of Mykfeld, yeoman. 26 September, 3 Elizabeth. Signature and two marks.
Endorsed (in English) with condition for payment of 30l. by Michaelmas, 1562.
Devon.C. 7145. Grant by Joan, Philip, and Richard Mules to Alexander Beaple, in part performance of an indenture of even date, of a burgage etc. in Crockestreete, Bam[estaple]. 27 October, 11 Elizabeth. Signature and three seals, one marked W.P.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Devon.]C. 7146. Indenture of grant by John Beauple, of Fremyngton, the elder, to Robert Pycard, Joan, his wife, and John, their eldest son, for their lives and the life of the longest liver, of the reversion of his share of the messuages and land now held by Robert Heard in East Braddon within the parish of Bokelond Brwer, on the death, surrender or forfeiture of the said Robert Heard; rent, 5s. and a heriot or 'farlene' of the best beast at the death of a tenant, but so that no heriot be payable if Joan die in the lifetime of Robert, her husband. 10 January, 11 Henry VIII. Three seals, one damaged.
Derby. Lanc. Linc. Notts. Salop. Warw.C. 7147. Indenture of grant by Ralph Longford, knight, to Edmond Trafford and Thomas Jarrard, esquires, John, son and heir apparent of John Port, knight, Richard, son and heir apparent of Richard Ashton, knight, Thomas, son and heir apparent of Anthony Fitzherbert, knight, William, son and heir apparent of William Bassett, knight, and Humphrey Bradborne, esquire, of all his manors, messuages, and lands in Longford, Normanton, Pynkeston, Halwyngfeld, Morton, Blackewell, Whitewell, Pyllesley, Kynnewal- marsh and Hathersege, co. Derby, le Hough, Dyddesbury and Whyttyngton, co. Lanc., Orby and Wyllyngham, co. Linc., Basseford, co. Notts, Lynieall, co. Salop, and Wylley, co. Warwick (except lands in Northwynfeld, co. Derby, and elsewhere, of the yearly value of 40 marks, assigned as jointure to Dorothy, his wife), to his own use and for the performance of his will. 10 April, 26 Henry VIII. Two seals, one damaged.
Staff.C. 7148. Indenture dated 10 September, 3 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton of the Wryne Hill, knight, and Dame Anne, his wife, have demised to Roger Watson, husbandman, for 40s. beforehand, a messuage in the occupation of the said Roger within the lordship of Chedulton, for twenty-one years from Lady Day, 1577; rent, 11s. and the customary services; the tenant to do all repairs, for which he is to have timber. English. Fragment of seal.
[Devon.]C. 7149. Indenture of grant by John Beauple, the elder, and Richard Clyffe to Joan Colyn, John Jenkyns her intended husband, and her heirs of all the messuages, lands, &c. which they had by the gift of the said Joan in 'Dodewyll, le More, Wyleton, Elcomb, Jules alias Ploddy, Turkehill, Colehill, Westhede, and Waterappeldore Gravell,' in the occupation of John Wylet, Maud Heard and William Wolley, within the manor of Northam. 29 September, 11 Henry VIII. Two seals.
Staff.C. 7150. Indenture, dated 3 January, 20 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton of the Wrynehill, knight, Dame Anne, his wife, and Edward, his son and heir apparent, have demised to Andrew Bullocke, of Chedulton, shearman, a house and shop and part of a house in Chedulton, with rights of common on Wetley Moor, for twenty-one years; rent, 6s. 8d.; the best beast as a heriot; suit at the courts at Chedulton; the tenant to do repairs, for which he is to have timber. Mark and seal.
Endorsed with a covenant that the tenant shall attend Sir Ralph and Edward Egerton in the Queen's wars. English.
Montg.C. 7151. Indenture, dated 16 December, 1554, witnessing that Thomas ap Owen ap Gr[onow] Wyn, of Weston, yeoman, has sold to Rys ap David ap Owen and Marget verch John, bis wife, for 10l., his tenement called 'Tyddyn Dole Howell' in the township of Llangadvan, with his claim to land between the new and old ring- hedges there, subject to the right of redemption for 10l. at Michaelmas, 1575, and in default of redemption, 66s. 8d. to be paid for possession in fee; Thomas to retain certain rights of common if he shall dwell in Llangadvan. English. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with signature of witness.
[Devon.]C. 7152. Letters of David Nele, clerk, and Simon Broyt appointing John Corntwhete and John Mersh their attorneys to deliver seisin of messuages, lands, &c. in Orchard, Legh, and Mersh, within the parish of Northam, and in Horneborgh within the parish of Bydeford, (which they had by the gift of John Beaupell and Joan, his wife) to John Beaupell, son of the said John and Joan. 31 March, 2 Henry VII.
Seal and fragments of another.
Heref.C. 7153. Quitclaim by John Leyntall, of Welyngton, to John Breynton of his right in lands, late of Thomas Restard of Welyngton, in Bourghull, Burmarshe within the parish of Mawerden and Luyde Prior. 16 July, 12 Henry VII.
Denbigh.C. 7154. Quitclaim by David ap Llywelyn (?) alias Powell [of] Eslworth Sion, co. Middlesex, tailor, and Margaret verch William, his mother, to Richard Holden, husbandman, of their right in a messuage called 'Tyddyn Vadog Gove,' in Sychart, adjoining a brook called 'Kynlleth.' 6 October, 1602. Fragments of seals.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Middx.C. 7155. Quitclaim by Richard Lytster, citizen and girdler of London, to Robert Hawkyns, citizen and 'hattermerchaunt' of London, of all actions and demands. 9 October, 8 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.
Cambridge.C. 7156. Indenture, dated 30 September, 31 Elizabeth, witnessing that Edward Lucas, of London, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, have demised to John Callowe, of Babram, husbandman, a tenement called 'Calbixe,' in Great Abington, Palmesforthe, Little Abington, . . . . . . . . sham, and Bercklowe, for twenty one years; rent, 25l. English. Mark and fragment of seal.
Chester.C. 7157. Indenture, dated 24 January, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton, of Wrynehill, co. Stafford, knight, has demised to Thomas Hulme husbandman, for 15l. beforehand, his messuage and lands, &c. in Newbolde, for twenty-one years from the end of a lease made to Ralph Hulme, his brother, for twenty-one years from the death of Dame Eleanor Brereton; rent, 28s. 6d.; covenant that the said Ralph Hulme shall not sublet to any person other than Thomas and that Thomas shall be 'sette' in some part of the tenement immediately after the death of Joan Hulme, his mother, who now occupies it. English.
Endorsed with note that the tenant shall pay a couple of capons yearly.
[Suffolk.]C. 7158. Chirograph, indented, being a final concord, dated 17 Edward III, whereby Walter son of John Faucoun, of Eye, and Joan, his wife, conveyed for 20 marks, a messuage, land, and rent in Yakeslee and Thrandeston, and the services of Oliver de Stratton, knight, Clemencia, his wife, and John Brightwald, to Isabel late the wife of Robert son of Herbert Weylond, for her life, and on her death to Thomas, son of the said Robert, in fee.
[Suffolk.]C. 7159. Conveyance by Stephen Quyntyn, of Browm, to William Braxstrete, Thomas Huntyng, William Waryn, John Cosset, and John Patell, to the use of the said Braxstrete, of a tenement called 'Potelles' between the road to the church, &c. and abutting on the highway called 'Heyrodewey,' and of a ½a. meadow abutting on the close of the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, both in Thweyth, and of a close in Wetheryngsett abutting on a road called 'Castelweye.' 24 September, 26 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
Notts.C. 7160. Indenture, dated 10 August, 6 Henry VIII., witnessing that George Parker, gentleman, has demised to Thomas Parker, of Royston, his brother, and John Botusfelde, his manor of Brokstowe, a water-mill in Basef ord called 'Forthmylne' and a messuage and land in Baseford, for forty-two years; rent, 10l. 10s.; the said George to do all repairs, not to charge the lands, to have the third 'roke' of any coal found within the manor, and to pay all 'out rents.' English. Seal.
[Chester.]C. 7161. Will, dated 30 April, 1507, of Ralph Leftwiche directing that he shall be buried in the chapel of St. Elyn of Witton, and bequeathing his best ox, for his 'principal,' to the parson of Davenham, but if it is worth less than his bay nag the difference to be made good in money, 5 marks to keep his daughter Ellen for seven years, 4s. to Thomas Bretherton in settlement of all claims for lands at Rudhethe, an ox to Margaret, his sister-in-law, if she survive him, but otherwise between the works of Davenham church and Witton chapel, 3s. 4d. for the carriage of stone to Witton steeple, 6s. 8d. towards the buying of a bell at Witton. Bequests to Richard, Thomas, Henry and Randulf, his brothers, Margaret his sister, and others. English.
Endorsed with a list of debts due to the testator and with a note of probate before the dean of Middlewich.
[Heref.]C. 7162. Indenture, witnessing that Edmund [Audley], bishop of Hereford, has demised to Henry Braunch, yeoman, and his assigns 'not passing yomens estate' the farm-place of his lordship of Estnour, for forty years; rent, 3l. 6s. 8d., reserying all waifs and strays, the tenant to do all repairs 'except timber, tiling, and slating,' and to have housebote, haybote, and ploughbote. 15 December, 12 Henry VII. English.
Devon.C. 7163. Indenture, dated 3 July, 23 Elizabeth, witnessing that Thomas Skynner and others (as in C. 7126) covenant with George Wyot, esquire, and Robert Appley to levy a fine to the said George and Robert of a burgage and tenement in Crockistreit, Barnestaple, bought by Alexander Beaple, deceased, from Philip Mules, so that one-fourth of the premises shall be to the use of the said Thomas, Mary, his wife, and her heirs, one-fourth to the use of John Drewe. Agnes, his wife, and her heirs, one-fourth to the use of Nicholas Glasse, Joan, his wife, and her heirs, and one-fourth to the use of Joan Puggesley. Signed: Robart Apley, George Wyot. English. Two seals.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Devon.C. 7164. Indenture, being a grant by Robert Brett, of Pylton, esquire, to Henry Forteseue, esquire, John Brett, gentleman, John Mounses, John Marshe, John Courtes, and Thomas Bond of all his messuages, lands, &c. called 'Estwode' and 'Westwode' in the parish of Northam to his own use for life; remainder to William Beauple, Isabel, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies; remainder to his own right heirs. 19 May, 31 Henry VIII. Seal, cracked.
Devon.C. 7165. Grant by Henry Gribbell to Alexander Beaple, in part performance of the terms of indentures of even date, of two barns and a garden in the parish of Barnestaple, between a lane called 'Frogge Lane' or 'Vicaredge Lane' and the land of Sir William Howarde and Dame Margaret, his wife. 20 May, 12 Elizabeth. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Devon.C. 7166. Grant by Thomas, son and heir of John, son and heir of Alice Clyve, to Peter Hyllyng of all his messuages, lands, &c. in Orchard in the manor of Northam. 2 June, 7 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal. See also C. 7143.
[Devon.]C. 7167. Grant by Joan Colyn, widow, to John Bleauple (sic), the elder, and Richard Clyffe of all her messuages, lands, &c. within the manor of Northam (as in C. 7149). 20 September, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.
Devon.C. 7168. Indenture, dated 29 June, 23 Elizabeth, witnessing that Thomas Skynner and others (as in C. 7126) have demised, for 20l., to Joan Darte, widow, a burgage and tenement in the town of Barnestaple (as in C. 7163) for ninety-nine years; rent, 4s.; power to the tenant to 'plucke down' and rebuild the burgage and tenement. English. Mark. Seal, damaged.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Devon.C. 7169. Indenture of demise by John Beaple, rector of Marwode, and Roger Conybeyre, for a fine of 10l., to John Jenett and Elizabeth, his wife, for their lives in survivorship, of a cottage and land in Middill Egeven in the parish of Bedyford, with remainder to Thomas, son of the said John and Elizabeth, for life; rent, 13s.; a heriot of 6s. 8d. on the death of a tenant; the tenants to have housebote, haybote, frithbote, and ploughbote. 5 April, 2 Elizabeth. Seal, damaged.
Devon.]C. 7170. Indenture, whereby Robert Broghton conveyed to John Holme, for life, all his messuages, lands, &c. in Braddon and Tothcote within the parish of Bokelond Brvver. 24 June, 11 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.
Devon.C. 7171. Indenture, dated 22 December, 11 Elizabeth, witnessing that Thomas Hyllynge, of Medderos, co. Cornwall, gentleman, has sold to Alexander Beauple, of Fremvngton, gentleman, for 36l., his messuages, lands, &c. in Orcharde and Northam. English. Signature and seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7172. Conveyance by Joan, late the wife of John Iden, of Boughton Monchelsey, and previously the wife of William Goldsmythe, to Thomas Goldsmythe, of Boughton, tailor, of a messuage and 2½a. land in the parish of Sutton Valance (as in C. 7090). 6 November, 14 Elizabeth. Seal.
Devon.C. 7173. Indenture, being a grant by William Hyllyn to Margery Palmer and Joan, her daughter, for their life and the life of the longer liver, of the reversion of his messuages, lands, &c. called 'Orchett' in the parish of Northam [after the death of] Joan Brigg; rent, 15s. and a heriot of 10s. 16 March, 36 Henry VIII. Signed: by me William Hyllyng. Seal, in wrapping.
Devon.]C. 7174. Indenture, being a demise by William Parker and Alice, his wife, to John Beaupell and William, his son, for their life and the life of the longer liver, of all his messuages and lands in Estwode and Westwode in the parish of Northam, which John Vetery formerly held, and a cottage in Northam; rent, 13s. 8 December, 20 Henry VIII. Two seals.
Devon.C. 7175. Conveyance by Baldwin Malet to Peter Hyllyng of all his messuages, lands, &c. in Orchard within the manor of Northam. 8 September, 10 Henry VIII. Signed: by me Baldwin Malet. Seal.
Cornw.C. 7176. Indenture, dated 1 September, 17 Elizabeth, witnessing that Thomas Velleye, of Fremington, co. Devon, yeoman, has sold to John Snydtalle, of the same, gentleman, all his messuages, lands, &c. in Overahextaworthye alias Overhextaford and Lawhitton alias Lawhiddon, formerly of Thomas Tredwen, of Bodman. English.
Devon.C. 7177. Quitclaim by John Holme to John Beauple of his right in all his messuages, lands, &c. in Braddon and Tothecote in the parish of Bokelond Brewer. 16 December, 20 Henry VII. Seal.
Devon.C. 7178. Grant by John Beaple, of Fremyngton, to William, his son, of all his messuages, lands, &c. in Orcherd and Legh Mersche within the parish of Northam and in Horneburgh within the parish of Bydyford. 9 July, 34 Henry VIII.
[Middx.]C. 7179. Recognisance given by John Danyell, of Clement's Inn, gentleman, to Richard Puttoo, of Grays Inn, gentleman, for 80l. 7 October, 5 Elizabeth.
Condition (in English) for observance of indentures of even date.
Signatures of John Danyell and Richard Weston, a justice of the Common Pleas.
Essox.C. 7180. Bond given by the above Danyell, William Smyth, of Assheldam, yeoman, and Thomas Cole, of Burneham, yeoman, to William Averell for 200l. 22 December, 6 Elizabeth. Signature of John Danyell. Three seals.
Endorsed (in English) with condition for the assurance to Averell of the messuage and land in Sandon and Purleigh sold to him by Danyell.
Essex.C. 7181. Grant by the above Danyell to the above Averell of the above messuage and land in Sandon and Purleigh. 22 December, 6 Elizabeth. Signature and seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Essex.C. 7182. Bond given by the above Averell to the above Danyell for 100l. 21 December, 6 Elizabeth. Signature and seal.
Endorsed (in English) with condition for payment of 35l. at Sud- mynster by Candlemas.
[Essex.]C. 7183. Defeasance of C. 7187–8. Chelmysford, 21 December, 6 Elizabeth. Signature, and seal marked E.S.
Essex.C. 7184. Grant by Robert Plomer to Thomas Danell, Joan, his wife, Henry Danell, and John Auncell of the lands in Sandon and Purley formerly of Henry, son and heir of Robert Pulter. 4 January, 4 Henry VII. Seal.
Essex.C. 7185. Indenture, dated 4 February, 26 Elizabeth, witnessing that Henry Averell, of London, goldsmith, has demised to Henry Tansley, of Ashelldam, tailor, his messuage and land in the parish of St. Peter, Maldon, for twenty-one years; rent, 40s.; the tenant to repair the buildings within two years, glazing such windows of the mansion house as have usually been glazed. English. Paper. Signatures and seal.
Essex.C. 7186. Indenture, dated 5 October, 43 Elizabeth, witnessing that the above Averell for 30l., being three years rent, paid him by Andrew Childe, of Lyttle Tottham, yeoman, accepts him as his tenant instead of Richard Childe, citizen and haberdasher of London, of a tenement and land called 'Windells' in the parish of Assheldam for three years of the unexpired portion of Richard Childe's lease. English. Paper. Signatures of Henry Averell and witnesses.
Essex.C. 7187. Indenture, being a mortgage by John Danyell, of Clement's Inn, gentleman, to Richard Puttoo, of Greyes Inn, co. Middlesex, gentleman, for 40l., of a messuage and land in Sandon and Purleighe (as in C. 7180) redeemable before the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle. 27 October, 5 Elizabeth. Signatures of Richard Puttoo and witnesses. Seal.
Essex.C. 7188. Counterpart of C. 7187.
[Essex.]C. 7189. Will, dated 18 October, 1514, of Thomas Danyell of the parish of Sandon, in which he bequeathed to the church there, among other gifts, 3s. 4d. to buy a 'corperas casse,' to Joan, his wife, his house and land at Pulteres Ty, for her life, and after her death to Edward, his son (or to Thomas, another son, if Edward should die before his mother), paying 20s. each to Denys, his daughter, and to John Harrys; also to Joan, his wife, his house at Sandon End, for her life, and on her death to his daughters, Joan and Margery 'to scheyft betwyxt them,' but so that if they should both die before their mother, she should dispose thereof for the good of his and her souls, and that if she should die before his younger daughter reached the age of 16 years, this daughter's share should be held by John Harrys till her marriage. Bequest of the residue of his estate to his wife for his soul's health and appointment of her as executrix and John Harres as overseer. Witnesses:—Sir Richard Kyng, curate, John Harrys. English. Official seal.
Endorsed with note of probate before Henry Hykman in decretis bacallario, official of the archdeacon of Essex. 14 November, 1514.
Herts.C. 7190. Indenture, being a conveyance by William Averell, of Assheldam, co. Essex, yeoman, to John Tredgoll, of Little Halyngbury, co. Essex, yeoman, of his messuage and lands in Staundon. 11 August, 5 & 6 Philip & Mary. Signature of William Averell. Seal, damaged.
Devon.C. 7191. Chirograph, indented, being a final concord, dated 13 Elizabeth, whereby Philip Mules and Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard Mules and Alice, his wife, conveyed to Alexander Beaple, gentleman, a messuage and cellar in Barnestaple for 40l.
[Devon.]C. 7192. Counterpart of C. 7191.
Devon.C. 7193. Chirograph, indented, being a final concord, dated 13 Elizabeth, whereby Henry Gribbell and Joan, his wife, conveyed to Alexander Beaple, two barns and a garden in Barnestaple for 40l.
[Devon.]C. 7194. Counterpart of C. 7193.
Essex.C. 7195. Chirograph, indented, dated 6 Elizabeth, being a final concord, whereby John Danyell, gentleman, conveyed to William Averell a messuage and land in Sandon and Purleigh for 40l.
Essex.C. 7196. Chirograph, indented, dated 6 Elizabeth, being a final concord, whereby Thomas Colle and Joan, his wife, conveyed to William Averell, a messuage, land, &c. in Sandon and Purley for 60l.
[Essex.]C. 7197. Counterpart of C. 7195.
[Essex.]C. 7198. Counterpart of C. 7196.
[Kent.]C. 7199. Grant by Richard Bardyngle, of Chart by Sutton Valence, one of the sons and heir of John Bardyngle, of Sutton, to John Luk, of Chart, tailor, of a messuage, garden and pond at Parden in the parish of Sutton. 29 November, 12 Henry VIII.
[Kent.]C. 7200. Conveyance by John Tonge of the parish of Dunstall, the elder, to William Colyn of a messuage and garden in Sutton Valance, on the dene (dena) of Parden, which messuage and garden he had by the gift of the said William. 6 April, 10 Henry VII. Seal.