Deeds
C.7701 - C.7800

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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510-523

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'Deeds: C.7701 - C.7800', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 510-523. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64507 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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C.7701 - C.7800

Kent.C. 7701. Quitclaim by John Osborne, gentleman, to Robert Platt of Stockebery, husbandman, of his right in 1½a. land adjoining 'Hyelde Forstall' in Hartelipe. 26 June, 1 Mary. Signature of John Osborne.
[Staff.]C. 7702. Indenture dated 20 March, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Roger Wryght of Fulford has demised to Humphrey his brother and Elizabeth, Humphrey's wife, for 20s., a house or cottage called 'Knot Yarde Howse' and land in [Fulford] for fifty years or the life of the lessor, whichever is the shorter; rent, 3s. 4d.; the lessor to deliver all deeds concerning the premises which he can obtain without action at law. English. Seal.
Kent.C. 7703. Quitclaim by Augustine Curties, gentleman, to Sir Thomas Cheyney, K.G., treasurer of the Royal Household and warden of the Cinque Ports, of his interest in a salt-marsh called 'Straye Marche' and land called 'Newhall' in Mynster and Leysdon, granted to both parties by the king and queen, and formerly held, jointly with other persons, by William Cromer, esquire, attainted for high treason. 28 September, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Signed, A. Curteis.
Warw. N'hamp.C. 7704. Grant by Thomas Wylkes, esquire, to his kinsmen, Richard Leveson, knight, and Edward Leveson and John Skevyngton, esquires, for 7,000l., of all his manors, lands, etc. in Hodenhull alias Hodnell, Old Hodnell, Ascott alias Astonycote, and elsewhere in the counties. 7 August, 5 and 6 Philip and Mary. Signature of Thomas Wylkes. Seal. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin, etc.
C. 7705. Declaration by William Danvers of Banbury, gentleman, that on being brought before the bishop of Ely, chancellor, and Sir Robert Bowes, master of the Rolls, at the suit of Thomas Wylkes, merchant of the Staple of Calais, in Michaelmas term, 6 Edward VI, he recognized his former depositions to them before Master Gosnold, the king's solicitor, and Mr. Smythe, gentleman, and deposed as to the signing of the will of Thomas Spenser of Hodnell and his intent therein. 27 December, 1553. English. Signatures and mark of deponent and witnesses, seal marked W.B., and a note by John Storie of further confirmation of the above by deponent at Banbury, 30 May, 1554. Endorsed, Testemonialles as concernyng Bawdeyn Porter.
N'hamp.C. 7706. Grant by Thomas, son and heir of Henry Sparrow and of Agnes his wife, to Thomas Barnwell, yeoman, for 46s. 8d. in hand, of a tenement in the occupation of Margery Slatier in Craneseley. 12 October, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. Seal. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
C. 7707. Defeasance by Sir Edward Grevyll, knight, of a bond given by Thomas Wylkes, merchant of the Staple of Calais, for 1,000 marks, on condition of payment of 300l. in instalments by 2 February, 1557. 11 February, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. English.
Warw.C. 7708. Indenture dated 11 January, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, between Sir Edward Grevell, knight, Thomas Wylkes, merchant of the Staple of Calais, and Nicholas Leveson, gentleman, for a recovery by double voucher of messuages, land, and rent late of Thomas Spenser, esquire, deceased, in Hodnell, Old Hodnell, Ascott, Hookes and St. Helens (as in C. 7692). English. Signed by Sir Edward Grevell and Thomas Wilkes. Two seals, one of arms.
Norf.C. 7709. Sale by William Godsalve, esquire, son and heir of John Godsalve, knight, to William Myngaye, alderman of Norwich, of 1a. land in Higham, late of Thomas Godsalve the elder, esquire, adjoining the road from the gates of Norwich called 'St. Stephen's Gates' to Etonne. 2 May, 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Signature of William Godsalve. Endorsed with names of witnesses to signature and livery of seisin.
Warw.C. 7710. Counterpart of C. 7708. Seal.
Essex.C. 7711. Grant by James Baker, esquire, to William Drey wood of Hornechurche, yeoman, for 40s., of 1a. land at Bowers Gifford, formerly parcel of land called 'Gyrstedes,' allotted to him by agreement with the said William, at a yearly rent of 1d. 29 August, 1 Mary. Signed, James Baker.
Warw.C. 7712. Indenture dated 3 May, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary witnessing that Thomas Wilkes, merchant of the Staple of Calais has sold to William and Richard Wills, for 664l., 83½a. pasture in 'Astefelde' in Hodnell, late of Sir Richard Catesbey, knight. English. Signatures of Richard and William Wylles. Two seals.
Chester. Flint.C. 7713. Bond in 20 marks by Thomas Browne of Chester to John, son of John Conwey of Ruthlan. —, Philip & Mary.
Condition (in English) for securing to John the son a yearly rent of 3l. 6s. 8d. charged on lands specified in certain indentures. Signature of Thomas Browne.
[Norfolk.]C. 7714. Grant by Richard Gurney to John his father of land abutting on Woodrome Wey and on the manor of Verdons in Saxlyngham, a close called 'Cookous Closse' between land of the manor of Saxlyngham Netherhalle, abutting on 'Wood wey,' etc., and land in Gyldhous Felde and the field (stadio) called 'Goslyns,' all in Shotesham, land called 'Chamberlyns Pytill' abutting on the road called 'Woodryme' in Saxlyngham, and land adjoining the wood of the manor of Shotesham, all of the gift of John Branche. 20 January, 1 Mary. Seal, marked T.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Staff.C. 7715. Indenture, dated 25 March, 1 & 2 Philip & Mary, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton of Wrynehyll, knight, has demised to John Stonehewer of Beddell, for 9l., two pastures called 'Hallfeldes' for life, and after his death to William his son for twenty-one years; rent, 6s. 10d.; the lessees to repair the hedges of the pastures with such 'tynsel' as is to be had thereupon. English. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
N'hamp.C. 7716. Grant by John Lane of Ketterynge, gentleman, to Thomas Barnewell, yeoman, for 8l., of a tenement in Crannesley late of Richard Rogers of Sywell. 16 March, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Signature of John Lane. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed (in English) with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7717. Indenture of grant by David ap David ap Llywelin to Gruffin his son, Elizabeth verch Jevan, daughter of Jevan ap John ap Hugh, and the heirs of their bodies, of all his messuages, lands, etc. in Dolvor which he bought from Meredith ap Rees ap David Lloid; remainder to his own right heirs. 20 November, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Seal.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7718. Indenture of sale by Jevan ap David ap Matthew to Jevan ap Matthew, for 100s., of all his lands, etc. in Dolvor. 30 April, 1555. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7719. Indenture of grant by Henry, one of the sons and heirs of Stephen Elys of Kenyngton, gentleman, to Grace his mother of a marsh called 'Meopham Mershe' on the sea-coast and land called 'Rowlys Croftes' in the parishes of Halstoo and Upchurche, redeemable before Michaelmas, 1559, for 60l. 24 December, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Signed: Grace Ellis.
Endorsed with names of witnesses. See C. 7733.
Merioneth.C. 7720. Indenture, dated 20 September, 1 Mary, of defeasance by Owen ap John ap Hoell Vachan, of Kaergai, esquire, of a sale by David ap Jevan ap David of Llanymowthwy, yeoman, of a tenement called 'Llechweth Lleithion' in K[owa]rch in the commot of Mowthwy, on condition of payment of 40s. by Michaelmas, 1557. English. Signed: Owen ap John.
Salop.C. 7721. Indenture, dated 18 September, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary, of demise by Giles Edwardes, gentleman, to William Oldbury, labourer, of a tenement in Bridgnorth in St. Mary Street, alias 'Hongrye Strete,' for twenty-one years; rent, 8s. Witnesses:— Hugh Prene and George Singe, bailiffs of the town and liberties of Bridgnorth. English.
Notts. Warw.C. 7722. Indenture, dated 8 July, 4 Philip & 6 Mary, between Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, co. Notts, knight, of the one part, and Sir Edward Grevill of Myllcote, co. Warwick, knight, and Edward Graunte of Snytterfyllde, co. Warwick, gentleman, two of the executors of Dame Isabel Spencer of Wormeleighton, of the other part, reciting various legacies to Sir Nicholas, to Dame Elizabeth his wife, daughter of the said Dame Isabel, and to Isabel Strelley, Dame Jane, late the wife of Sir Hugh Willoughby, and Henry Strelley, his children; and declaring that he is to receive 200l. from the executors at the sealing of the indentures, and 66l. 13s. 4d. from Sir John Spencer of Allthroppe, knight, part of a debt due to the said Dame Isabel, together with 20l. from the executors, in full payment of all his claims on the estate. English. Signed: Edward Grevell, Edward Graunte. Two seals.
Montg.C. 7723. Indenture of grant, dated 10 August, 2 & 3 Philip & Mary, by David ap Bedo ap Jevan Vichain, yeoman, free tenant of Tre y Varchoel, to David ap Jevan Vichain ap Jevan ap Llywelin, of a tenement called 'Y Tyddyn Ucha' and 46a. land abutting on Pen Moel y Korvenne and Keven y Brithdir Koych in the town of Varchoel in the lordship of Powis. Signatures of Edward Herbert and Richard Powell, justices of the peace for the county. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses and note of enrolment before the said justices.
Montg.C. 7724. Indenture, dated 20 June, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary, witnessing that Llywelin ap Cadwalader ap Howell and William ap John ap Jevan ap Gwilym have demised to Jevan ap Thomas ap Guttin Koych a messuage called 'Ller Ty in y Ddoll Wen' and all their lands in the township of Kamen in the hundred of Llanvilling, between Trywar y Naynt and Rryd y Greor; rent, 6s. 6d. English.
Cornw.C. 7725. Grant by William Frye to John Wacom, for 60l., of all his messuages, lands, etc. in Playton and Sutton, customs in Playton, and a close called 'the Fyrs Park' in the parish of Tallen. 10 November, 4 & 5 Philip and Mary. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Decimo tertio die Aprilis anno Domini, 1632. This deed was showen to William Mellow at the tyme of his examinacion. Will. Bastard, Walter Kendall.
Oxford.C. 7726. Sale by Thomas Palmer, scholar and fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, to William More of North Aston, gentleman, for 40l., of his lease from the dean and chapter of Christ Church, Oxford, of the parsonage and farm of Breames Norton, alias Norton Broyne, and the lands of Christ Church in Lewe. 5 January, 2 Elizabeth. English. Signatures of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7727. Copy of indenture of sale by Edmund ap Res of Llansanffraid in the hundred of Llanvylling and Reynold ap Edmund of Bodynvol, his son and heir, to Lewis ap William, smith, for 6s. 8d., of a place or cottage in the town of Llanvylling called 'Plas Llen Fwrdes.' 27 October, 2 & 3 Philip & Mary.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Wilts.C. 7728. Indenture, dated 3 July, 1557, witnessing that William Fetyplace, gentleman, has demised to Robert Pownde, husbandman, the tithe of land called 'West Berye Croft' in Wanbrowghe till 14 crops have been grown thereon, the lessee paying 20s. for every crop. English. Signed: Robarte Pownde.
Kent.C. 7729. Grant by Thomas Davie, Elizabeth Gryffin, and Eleanor Yonge to Anne Newton of a messuage, orchard, and cherry garden in the parish of Erithe in Picarde Street and land in Erithe marsh. 24 September, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Fragments of two seals.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Lincoln.C. 7730. Sale by John Woodde of London, attorney of Thomas Redman and James Wylson, to William Gyldynge of Dowsbey, husbandman, of all the lands in Morton given to the church of Morton by John Gardiner for an obit there, and bought by the said Thomas and James from the master and chaplains of the Savoye. London, 20 January, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Signature of John Woodd. Fragment of seal.
Hunt.C. 7731. Indenture of demise by Francis Keylwey of Rockbourne, co. Hants, esquire, to Thomas Bawdewyn of Great Staughton, esquire, and John his son and heir apparent, of his manors of Medlowe and Moulsoo for ninety-nine years; rent, a red rose; the said Francis to be discharged during the said term of a rent of 16l. 13s. 4d. due to the said Thomas on a former demise of the premises. 4 & 5 Philip & Mary. English.
Cornw.C. 7732. Quitclaim by William Frye to John Wacom, for 60l., of his right in lands in Playton, Sutton, and Tallon (as in C. 7725). 3 November, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary. Fragments of seal, in wrapping.
Endorsed as C. 7725.
Kent.C. 7733. Grant by Richard, one of the sons and heirs of Stephen Elys of Kenyngton, gentleman, to Henry his brother, of 25a. marsh called 'Meopham Mershe' and 15a. land called 'Rowlys Croftes,' both in the parish of Halstoo by Upchurche. 16 November, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Signature of Richard Ellys. See C. 7719.
N'hamp.C. 7734. Sale by Edward Moulton of Pysford, husbandman, to Robert Chauntrell of Faxston, esquire, and Margery his wife of a messuage, cottage, land, &c. in Olde alias Woold. 2 April, 1 & 2 Philip & Mary. Signature of Edward Moulton.
Cornw.C. 7735. Quitclaim by William Frye to John Wacom of his right in messuages, lands, etc. in Playton in the parish of Tallon. November, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary. Fragments of seal, in wrapping.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
[Wilts.]C. 7736. Fragment of an indenture of assignment by George Darrell, gentleman, to Francis Chocke of Avington, co. Berks, of the lease of the rectory of Bulford granted to him by Dame Jane Darell, late prioress, and the convent of [Amesbury.] . . . Philip & Mary. English.
Berks.C. 7737. Letters of attorney from Margaret, late the wife of James Basford of Boxford and administratrix of his goods, authorizing Thomas Basford, citizen and clothworker of London, to collect debts and property of the said James in payment of a debt of 200l. 5 January, 1652. English. Paper. Signatures. Seal.
Affidavit by the said Thomas of the genuineness of the preceding. 15 April, 1654.
Warw.C. 7738. Sale by John Driden of Assheby, co. Northampton, and Elizabeth his wife to Thomas Wilkes, merchant of the Staple of Calais, in pursuance of an arbitration between the latter and John Cope, knight, of the rectory and church of Hoddenhull and the advowson thereof, late of the priory of Noneaton, as granted by King Edward VI to Edward Fynes, lord Clynton and Saye, to be held of the Queen in socage as of her manor of East Grenewhich at a yearly rent of 6s. 15 September, 1 Mary. Two signatures.
Montg.C. 7739. Copy of C. 7727, signed by witnesses to this copy, and endorsed with names of witnesses to the original.
C. 7740. Letters of attorney from Stephen Carre, gentleman, to Thomas Thetford to receive money paid into Chancery by him in respect of his action against Sarah Croftes and others, and repayable under an order of the Court. 9 December, 1654. English. Paper. Seal. Signatures of witnesses.
Signed affidavit by the said Thomas of the genuineness of the signature of John Waters, a witness. 14 December, 1654.
Middx.C. 7741. Bill by Walter Warnar, chapman, to Robert Hardyng of London, salter, acknowledging a debt of 6l. 10 February, 1555. English. Paper. Signature of Walter Warner. Seal.
Endorsed: Walter Warenar 5s. a quartter tyll 6li. be pd begynnyng at mydssomer in ao 1556.
Kent.C. 7742. Counterpart of C. 7719. Signature of Henry Ellys. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses to the deed and to livery of seisin.
Essex.C. 7743. Agreement, dated 10 July, 1657, between Timothy Felton of Ovington, gentleman, on behalf of Sir Horatio Townshend of East Reynham, co. Norfolk, baronet, and Nicholas Corsellis of London, merchant, for the sale to the latter, for 10,000l., of the manors of Wyvenhoe and Much Bentley, Sir Horatio's mansion house of Wyvenhoe, the messuage or farm called 'Newyeares,' and all messuages, lands, etc. thereto belonging in Wyvenhoe, Much Bentley, Ardley, and elsewhere, and the rectory of Wyvenhoe. English. Paper. Signed: H. Townshend, Tim. Felton. Nicolas Corsellis. Three seals, two of arms.
N'hamp.C. 7744. Grant by Thomas Dallyson, gentleman, to Thomas Barnewell, yeoman, of 1½a. arable abutting on 'le Stye Waye' in the middle west field of Crannesley, in exchange for a pightle and 3r. land in Little Crannesley. 23 August, 2 & 3 Philip & Mary. Signed: Thomas Dallyson.
Flint.C. 7745. Quitclaim by Robert ap John ap Madok to Peter Mostyn, esquire of, his interest in land called 'Kay Gwian' adjoining that of Edward, earl of Derby, and in other lands, all in Coetllay in the lordship of Mohauntsdale. 2 March, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary.
Endorsed: Mold Roger ap Jhon ap Mad'.
Montg.C. 7746. Indenture of grant by Alice verch John ap Llywelin Vychan to Gruffin ap David ap Madog and Maurice ap Gruffin ap David ap Madog of all her lands in Kadwynvain in the lordship of Powis to her own use for life; remainder in fee tail to Humphrey ap Owen ap John ap Hoell Vychan, her bastard son; remainder to her own right heirs. 10 October, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7747. Bond given by the above Alice to the above Gruffin and Maurice for 20l. 10 October, 3 & 4 Philip & Mary. Seal, damaged.
Endorsed (in English) with condition of warranty of all her lands in Kadwynvain.
Kent.C. 7748. Grant by John Osborne, gentleman, to Robert Platte of Stockebery, husbandman, of 1½a. land in Hartelype adjoining Hyelde Forstall, which he bought, together with the manor of Cowsted, from the heirs of John Pettyt, gentleman. 25 June, 1 Mary. Signature of John Osborne.
Montg.C. 7749. Indenture of grant by David Vichain ap Llywelin to David ap Jevan Vichain ap Jevan ap Llywelin of 3a. meadow called 'Y Rros Uley' and land called 'Pant yr Alld Goych' in Varchoell in the lordship of Powis. 10 July, 1 & 2 Philip & Mary. Note at foot: rent, 4d. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7750. Indenture of grant by David ap Bedo ap Jevain Vichain, yeoman, free tenant of Varchoell, to David ap Jevain Vichain ap Jevain ap Llywelin of 20a. land called 'Llechowedd Moel y Kyroine' between Bullch y Vodo and Llidiart Llanerchymedd, and 2a. meadow [between] the said land and Gowerne Llanerchymedd, all in Varchoel in the lordship of Powis. 1 June, 1 Mary.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Herts.C. 7751. Grant by William Doddes, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife to William Bowman of land called 'Potwelles' in North Mymmes late of William Roberdes; rent, 6s. payable to the grantors and Elizabeth's heirs. 12 March, . . Philip & Mary. Signatures of William and Elizabeth Doddes.
Staff.C. 7752. Indenture, dated . . August, 1 Mary, being an agreement between Roger Wryght, yeoman, of the first part, Humphrey Wryght of Chyllyngton, yeoman, and [Elizabeth his wife] of the second part, and Thomas Gyfford, knight, and Henry Warner of the third part, that a fine of a messuage, cottages, and land in Fulford, Hylderston, and Dylron shall be levied between the said Sir Thomas and Henry, complainants, and the said Roger and Margaret his wife, deforciants, to the use of the latter till the end of fifty years, their deaths, or the re-marriage of Margaret, whichever shall occur first, at a yearly rent of 2d. to be paid to the said Humphrey, with successive remainders in tail male to the said Humphrey, to any of his daughters who shall take the name of Wryght or bear it as her married name, and to the heirs male of the body of the said Roger, with ultimate remainder to the heirs of the said Humphrey; and of other lands of the said Roger in the said places, to his own use for life or for fifty years, whichever may be the shorter term, at the yearly rent of a rose payable to the said Humphrey if demanded, with remainder to the use of the said Humphrey and Elizabeth and the heirs male of the body of the former without impeachment of waste, with further remainders to his daughters as aforesaid, to the heirs male of the body of the said Roger, and to the heirs of the said Humphrey. English. Seal.
Herts.C. 7753. Grant by Robert Samson, husbandman, to Thomas Boraston, yeoman (uni valectorum), of the Crown, of a messuage in Aldenham adjoining lands called 'Coppydhalleslond' and 'Fryday- place' and the highway called 'Ashemundstrete,' to the use of the grantor and of Joan Basse for their lives in survivorship, with successive remainders to the heirs of their bodies, to the heirs of the body of the said Robert, and to his right heirs. 28 July, 5 & 6 Philip & Mary.
Endorsed with note of cancellation by consent of the parties.
York [W.R.]C. 7754. Indenture, dated 19 October, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, co. Notts, knight, has demised to Thomas Lee of Bentlyhaughe, tailor, for 46s. 6d., a close called 'the Bowghefild' in Ecclesall for twenty-one years from the end of a four years' lease to Edward Ay ere of the Holme Hall, co. Derby, esquire; rent, 9s. 4d., the lessee to have hedgebote of thorns, hazels, sallows, and 'under watter bowghes of oke,' to serve the lessor in the King's and Queen's wars in person or by deputy, and to do suit of court and all other usual services. English.
Salop.C. 7755. Quitclaim by Thomas Meysy of Shak[enhurjste, co. Worcester, gentleman, to John Barker of Eldecote of his interest in a messuage and land in the parish of Nene Savage. 24 February, 1 Mary. Signature of Thomas Meysy.
Dorset.C. 7756. Letters of attorney from Thomas Hide of London, gentleman, to Stephen Hyde and Henry Acreman to receive seisin from John Gawce of Broodwinsoure, husbandman, of 1a. land in Dawtry Close in the parish of Lother. 10 February, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary. Signature of Thomas Hyde. Seal, marked T. H.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7757. Indenture of grant by David Vychan ap Llywelin, yeoman, free tenant of Varchoell, to David ap Jevan Vychain ap Jevan ap Llywelin of lands called 'Pant yr Alld Goych' and of 1a. arable called 'Y Dryll uchben yr Isgubor' adjoining Y Gardde Gowynion and Nant Letty Vor, all in Varchoell in the lordship of Powis. 10 August, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary. Seal. Note at foot: Rent, a penny.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Flint.C. 7758. Indenture, witnessing that Rees ap Edward ap Pel of Weppera to Peter Mostyn, esquire, of lands in the occupation of David ap John ap Ithell and Henry ap Jevan ap Res in Llystynhynyth for twenty-one years; rent, 8s. 26 March, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary.
Flint.C. 7759. Indenture of sale by Robert ap John ap Madok to Peter Mostyn and John ap Ithell ap John, for 20l., of land in Coetllay (as in C. 7745). 26 February, 4 & 5 Philip & Mary.
Endorsed with names of witnesses to the deed and to livery of seisin, &c.
Kent.C. 7760. Sale by Thomas, son and co-heir of Stephen Ellys of the parish of Kennyngton, gentleman, to Henry Laurence of the parish of Rayneham, yeoman, of his interest in 30a. land and marsh in the parish of Hawesto by Upchurche (as in C. 7733). 10 June, 4 & 6 Philip and Mary. Signature of Thomas Ellis.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
[Norfolk.]C. 7761. Copy of the roll of the court of the manor of Shotessham held on the Friday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 4 & 5 Philip and Mary: (1) presentment of the surrender by John Gourney, since deceased, of his lands in the manor to the use of his will, viz. a tenement called 'Ides,' land in Gyldehous field (partly held of the manor of Thorphall), a grove called 'Dukkettes,' land in Goslynges Croft, land called 'Typkyns,' land at Lowndmedowe, a tenement called 'Chamberleyns,' lands at Blowars Yerde, in Castlynges Croft, at Saxlyngate, and in Bargatefeld (except a piece called 'Howlynges Acre '), a meadow called 'Toppeys Hirne,' meadows in Oversterre and Southmedowes, land in a close called 'Swartynges' in Saxlyng- ham and in Lytylhaugh, a close called 'Cukkows Closse,' land in Narforthys Croft, and land called 'Chamberleyns Pytell,' &c, all to Thomas his son on condition of paying 20l. to Margaret wife of the testator in yearly instalments of 26s. 8d., for which the said Thomas is to be bound; the whole to go, in the event of his refusal, to Robert his brother on the same condition; (2–4) admission of John Gourney, son and heir of the above John, as tenant of his land at Brodthorne, and surrender of the same and of all his rights in the aforesaid tene- ments to the use of the above Thomas on the above condition. Extract from will in English; other proceedings in Latin.
Herts.C. 7762. Bill, dated 10 October, 5 Elizabeth, by Henry Allen of Naldwyke, yeoman, acknowledging the receipt from Thomas Hyde of London, gentleman, of 5l. 13s. 4d. in part payment of 31l. 13s. 4d. for the purchase of land in the pasture of Tyscote. English. Mark. Remains of seal, marked H. A.
Somerset.C. 7763. Indenture of assignment by John Saunders of Long Sutton, husbandman, to John Purnell, alias Hayward, husbandman, for 23l. 12s., of a lease from John Pawlet, marquess of Winchester, of 21a. land in the parish of West Mounckton, for five thousand years from 1 December, 15 Elizabeth, at a yearly rent of 13s. 8d. without impeachment of waste, with suit of court, &c. 14 January, 19 Eliza- beth. English.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Salop.]C. 7764. Indenture, dated 17 March, 41 Elizabeth, witnessing that Edward Onislowe of Onslowe, esquire, has demised to Henry Carter of Harnedge Grange, cook, Margaret his wife, and Sarah his daughter, for their lives in survivorship, a house and garden in the Abbey Forriett [Shrewsbury]; rent, 13s. 4d. English. Three marks.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
C. 7765. Indenture, dated 5 December, 23 Elizabeth, of defeasance by Henry Vernon of Stoke Say, co. Salop, esquire, of a statute staple for 600l. executed by Sir Thomas Gerrard of the Brynne, co. Lancaster, knight, on condition that the said Sir Thomas shall save him harmless against Francis Newdegate of Hanwourth, co. Middlesex, esquire, in respect of a statute staple for 400l. for the payment of 220l. by 6 December, 1581. 5 December, 23 Elizabeth. English. Signed: Tho. Gerard. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Herts.C. 7766. Bill, dated 4 October, 6 Elizabeth, by William Lake of Wyllesthorne, yeoman, acknowledging the receipt from Thomas Hyde of London, gentleman, of 34l. 6s. 8d. in part payment of 74l. 6s. 8d. due to John Harvey of Thurley, co. Bedford, esquire, for lands and quitrents in Tyscote, Naldwyke, and [Betlow]e. English. Paper. Signature of William Lake. Fragment of seal. Notes of other debts.
Essex.C. 7767. Indenture, dated 2 October, 10 Elizabeth, witnessing that William Hulke of Fobbing, yeoman, has assigned to Lawrence Pake of Horndon on the Hill, yeoman, his share of a lease from John Tyrrell of Little Warleyghe, esquire, to both parties, of lands belonging to his farm called 'Malgraves' on the east side of the highway from Horndon to Duntton for twenty-five years from Michaelmas, 1568, at a yearly rent of 16l., reserving all rights of hunting and hawking and free ingress and egress. English. Mark and signature.
ork [W.R.]C. 7768. Indenture, dated 20 June, 15 Elizabeth, witnessing that Robert Popeley of Popeley, gentleman, and Robert Rayner of Adwal- ton, yeoman, have demised to William Brere, yeoman, for life, a messuage, cottage, 'lathe' or barn, and land in Gomersall, reserving a right of way to a close of the said Popeley, at a yearly rent of 6s. 8d. during the lives of Thomas Folkingham and Lady Jane his wife, the lessors acquitting him of a similar rent due to the said Thomas and Lady Jane for a close called 'Fyndell Rude.' English. Signature of William Brere.
Endorsed with names of witnesses, and the words: 'Md. that this indenture ys made voyde by the fyne knowledged unto me frome the within namyd William Brere.'
Staff.C. 7769. Indenture, dated 4 January, 8 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir George Blountt of Knightley, knight, has demised to Edmund Wytherence, husbandman, Thomas his son, and Annes his wife, for their lives in survivorship, for 50l., lands, etc. in [Over]teyn at a yearly rent of 4l. 12s. 2d. and the best beast as a heriot; the lessees to find an armed horseman to serve the lessor in the Queen's wars. English. Signature. Seal.
Endorsed with notes of livery of seisin and of appointment of an attorney by the lessor.
Middx.C. 7770. Letters of attorney from John Lythall, clerk, to Richard Yonge, citizen and grocer of London, to receive 20l. due on a bond from William Bulbek of Ratcliffe, shipwright, or to sue or compromise for the same if necessary. 17 April, 11 Elizabeth. English. Signature of John Lithall.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
[Bucks.]C. 7771. Letters of attorney from John Adenolf and Is' his wife to Thomas Revel to deliver to John Stocke, chaplain, seisin of a tene- ment in a street called 'Newelond' in the borough of Wycombe, and all their tenements in Wycombe Foreigns (forinc' de Wycombe). The feast of St. Peter's Chair, 5 Richard II. Two seals.
Middx.C. 7772. Receipt by Richard Malthus of London, yeoman, son of Richard Malthus of London, gentleman, to Sir Rowland Heywarde, knight, executor of the said Richard the father, for 10l., and to James Munsey, who married Mary late the wife of the said Richard the father, for 40l., in satisfaction of all his said father's bequests to him; and a general release to the said Sir Rowland and James of all actions and claims, especially with regard to lands late of the said Richard the father. 28 September, 1592. English. Signed: Richard Maltus.
Essex.C. 7773. Indenture of sale, dated . . . Elizabeth, by William Higham, gentleman, to Francis Wyndam of Norwich, esquire, Bennett Constance, gentleman, and the heirs of the said Francis, for 1,000l., of the manor of Bodnecke and its appurtenances in Assheldam and Saincte Laurence. English.
Kent.C. 7774. Indenture, dated 17 November, 16 Elizabeth, witnessing that Martin Bowes of Staplehurste, gentleman, has demised to William Nutbrowne of Barkinge, gentleman, for 100l., all lands bought of Thomas Bowes, esquire, deceased, son and heir of Sir Martin Bowes, knight, in Plompsted, for ninety-nine years; rent, a peppercorn if demanded; the lessor not to alienate without the lessee's consent; the premises to be redeemable at any time for 100l., the rent then due, and a further half year's rent, by the lessor or by Brian Stapleton of Carleton, co. York, esquire. English. Signature of Martin Bowes.
Herts.C. 7775. Quitclaim by Robert Dogget of Flamsted Bery in the parish of Flamsted, yeoman, and John Dogget of Albury, his son and heir apparent, to George Hide of Albury, of their interest in land in the parish of Albury. . . March, 18 Elizabeth. Two seals.
[Bucks.]C. 7776. Indenture, dated 18 January [10 Elizabeth,] witnessing that John Rok of London, gentleman, has demised to Robert Good- spede, husbandman, a toft adjoining Castellwyk and other lands in Wyngrave for twenty-one years; rent, . . . and a heriot of 6s. 8d.; the lessee to repair all 'boundes and moundes.' English. Fragment of seal.
Salop.C. 7777. Assignment, dated 17 April, 11 Elizabeth, by David Moris to Thomas Evans, both of Oswestre, gentlemen, for 5l., of a lease of two closes in Sweney called 'Y Maes Hir' and 'Y Maes Vychan,' adjoining a field called 'Y Maes Mawr' and the river called 'Morda,' granted by Katherine verch Jevan of Oswestre, late the wife of Edward ap John ap Meredyth and John ap Edward his son and heir, for eight years; rent, a red rose if demanded. English. Signature. Endorsed with names of witnessses.
Devon.C. 7778. Quitclaim by Philip Harrys of Alston and John and Thomas Harrys of Stodburye, yeomen, to George Harrys of Lixston, their brother, of their interest in messuages and lands called 'Lixston, Higher Tettewill, Lougher Tettwill, and Wytheyhaye, alias Paynes Parke,' in the parish of Aveton Gifford, late of Hugh their father. 10 September, 20 Elizabeth. English. Signature of John Harrys. Two marks.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7779. Award of Richard H . . . in a dispute between John ap Llywelyn Gwyn and Jevan ap Llywelyn Gwyn, both of Llanvaire, yeomen, concerning tenements at [Ru]hiriarth. 4 August, 16 Eliza- beth. English.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Lincoln.C. 7780. Fragment of an indenture between Lancelot Burton and John Myrfyn of Epworth relating to a compromise as to lands. . . . Elizabeth. English.
Montg.C. 7781. Sale by John ap David ap John Goch of Keve . . . to John Owen Vaughan of Lloydiarth, esquire, for 20l., of a tenement called 'Y Tyddyn yn Llan[gadv]an' in Llangadvan, adjoining places called 'Lloyn y Nevadd' and 'Y Dryllie Kochion.' . . December, 1586. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Oxford.C. 7782. Release by Lawrence Tanfeild of the Priory near Burford, esquire, to Thomas, William and Robert Hewes alias Calcott, of Burford, of all actions and claims. 1 August, 39 Elizabeth. English. Paper. Signatures. Seal of arms.
[Heref.]C. 7783. Indenture, dated 1 February 36 Elizabeth witnessing that John Crompe of Wouton in the parish of Allmeley, gentleman, has demised to George, Joan and Alice, his children, a messuage and close in Webley, with a 'plocke' of meadow, a little burgage, land called 'Crompes Byrches,' and land in the 'gorseye fyelde vaste' by Little Sarnsill and elsewhere, at a yearly rent of 6s. 8d., for eighty years from the termination of a lease made by George his father to John Jenkyns, bachelor, dated 1 February, 35 Henry VIII, for a fine of 53s. 4d., for sixty-three years at a yearly rent of 36s. 8d.; and grant to them of the reversion of the premises in case of the death of Joan wife of the lessor without heirs of her body by him. English. Paper. Signatures of John and George Crompe. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Sussex.C. 7784. (1) Quitclaim by John Awood, yeoman, to Sir Thomas Gresham, knight, lord of the manor of Maighfild, of his interest in a messuage in Wadhurst, lands called 'Bartelye, Lockwebbs, and Bereworthes' in Maighfild, and other lands there. 22 November, 19 Elizabeth. English. Signed: Jhon Wood.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
(2) Bond for 200l. given by the said John to the said Sir Thomas. 22 November, 19 Elizabeth. Signatures.
Endorsed (in English) with condition for surrendering possession of the premises.
Herts.C. 7785. Grant by Elizabeth Clark and Joan Kyng to Francis Wynche, yeoman, of a cottage and land in Alburie. 1 October, 14 Elizabeth. Signatures of witnesses. Two seals.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Kent.C. 7786. Indenture, dated 1 February, 1591, witnessing that John Smythe of Sturry, esquire, has demised to Christopher Nuttall, yeoman, all his reedy and wet lands in the surrounded lands at Erethe from the great breach southwards, reserving to the lessor the fishing and fowling, and also the wet land within the 'insett' or horseshoe wall newly made, lying from the . . . bbe wall westwards, for twenty- one years, at a yearly rent of 5l. for the first ten years, and afterwards of 10l., the lessee undertaking 'to dystrybute where no rede dothe nowe growe (by way of a lighter) sondry spyttes of earth taken whereas rede dothe grow within the greate breache as well on the foreland of the walles of the marshe as on other places nowe surrounded, where the said John Smythe his land dothe lye and [also] to thintent that reede may there growe aswell to defend the walles from the raginge floudes as also to cause the saide [lands] to be more benefycyall unto and for the said John Smythe his heires and assignes of in and after the expiracion of the terme hereby graunted.' English. Signed: John Smythe.
Kent.C. 7787. Indenture, dated 25 October, 1592, witnessing that the above John has demised to John Eccleston, yeoman, a messuage in the surrounded marsh at Pickardy in the parish of Ereth, with land adjoining thereto and at the little breach or horseshoe in Ereth marsh, for twenty-one years; rent, 10l. English. Signatures. Seal.
Notts.C. 7788. (1) Grant by William Stunterel, by the advice of Agnes his wife, to Walter de Stretleg', for his homage and service and for 40s., of a messuage and toft in Notingham of the fee of the sick persons of St. Leonard's there, at a rent of 12d., two hens, and a cock, to be paid to the said sick persons yearly. Witnesses:—Ellis, parson of St. Mary's, Philip de Stretleg', and others (named).
(2) Grant by the above William, by the advice of the above Agnes and the consent of Alice his daughter and heir, to the above Walter for his homage and service and for such food and clothing as he had in the days of Walter's father, of all his lands in Stretleg' at a yearly rent of 3s., from which he is to acquit Walter against the King, or else his claim against Walter is to determine. Witnesses:—Eustace de More-ton, Walter de Estweit, Ralph de Wandesle, and others (named). Fragments of seal, in canvas.
Denbigh.C. 7789. Grant by Owen ap Lewys Lloyd to Ralph Holden of a messuage called 'Tythyn Madog Oos' and land in Sycharth which he had by the gift of Robert, earl of Leicester. 10 September, 20 Elizabeth.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin, &c.
Flint.C. 7790. Indenture of grant by Peter Mostyn of Talacre, esquire, to Thomas ap John ap Ithell of all his messuages, lands, etc. which he bought from the said Thomas in Picton and Axtyn; rent, 13s. 4d. 5 July, 11 Elizabeth. Fragments of seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Herts.C. 7791. Sale by Henry Aleyn of Naldewyke, husbandman, to Thomas Hyde of the Exchequer, gentleman, of 9a. land in Tyskote pasture. 14 March, 6 Elizabeth. Seal, marked 'A. H.'
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
[Devon.]C. 7792. Indenture, dated . . Elizabeth, witnessing that Richard Prouse has sold to Geoffrey Bully, for 30l., lands in . . .
Middx.C. 7793. Acknowledgment by Francis Appellbe, merchant, to Anthony Browne, citizen (scttisent) and fishmonger of London, of debts of 3l. and 5s. 28 August, 1572. English. Paper. Signatures. Seal.
Staff.C. 7794. Indenture, dated 27 January, 20 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton, knight, has demised to Joan Alcocke, for 3l. 6s. 8d., a messuage and croft in Chedulton for twenty-one years from the death of Agnes mother of the said Joan; rent, 2s. and a heriot of the best beast or other best good. English. Signed: Ra. Egerton. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin and the signature Tho. Cromwall.
[Heref.]C. 7795. Indenture of defeasance by Charles Foxe of Bromefyelde, co. Salop, of a bond for 1,000l. given by Henry Vernon of Stoke Say, co. Salop, esquire, on condition that the said Henry shall observe all the terms of certain indentures, and that if the manor of Letton or the other lands mentioned therein are recovered against the said Charles, the said Henry shall pay all damages. 28 April, 23 Elizabeth. English. Signature of Charles Foxe. Seal of arms, damaged.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Heref.]C. 7796. Duplicate of the preceding, dated 16 November, 22 Elizabeth. Signed: H. Vernon. Seal of arms, damaged.
Endorsed: Md. that the statutes belonginge to theis defesanzes were cancelled and renewed againe to Foxe to the same effecte.
Salop.C. 7797. Assignment by Richard Nethweye of Norton, Thomas Hunt of Pembridge, co. Hereford, and Richard Badam of Stokesay, yeomen, to Richard Madocke of Hanley Castell, co. Worcester, gentle- man, of a lease made to them by Henry Vernon, lord Powys, for sixty years if they should so long live, at a yearly rent of 3l. 6s. 8d., of a messuage and land in Over Heyton in the occupation of Ralph and Thomas Marston. 20 July, 33 Elizabeth. English. Seal of arms.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7798. Sale by Henry Spatchurste of the parish of Borden, yeoman, to Richard Portman of a messuage, barn and land, partly adjoining lands called 'Hurleborowe' in the parishes of Stockeburi and Hartelype. 1 April, 23 Elizabeth. Signature of Henry Spatchurst. Seal.
Kent.C. 7799. Bond given by William Dome, yeoman, and Stephen Coulte, gentleman, both of Easte Sutton, to Richard Potman, gentle- man, for 100 marks. 28 March, 22 Elizabeth. Signature of Stephen Coulte.
Endorsed (in English) with condition for securing the title of a messuage and 10a. land in Stockbury conveyed by the said William to the said Richard, free of all charges except the rents and services due to the chief lords of the fee.
Kent.C. 7800. Quitclaim by the above William to the above Richard of his interest in the above messuage and land. 30 March, 22 Elizabeth. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses, &c.