Deeds
C.7801 - C.7900

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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523-537

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'Deeds: C.7801 - C.7900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 523-537. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64508 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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C.7801 - C.7900

Kent.C. 7801. Grant of the above messuage and land by the above William to the above Richard for 48l. 28 March, 22 Elizabeth. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7802. Indenture of grant by Thomas Pettyt of Borden, gentle- man, to James Newlande of Bapchilde, yeoman, for 20 marks, of a perpetual annuity of 26s. charged on his messuages and lands in Syttingborne and Rodmersham, redeemable for 14l. 12s. at Midsummer, 1594. 18 June, 1593. Signed by James Newlande.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7803. Indenture of sale by Edward ap Rees ap David ap Owen, gentleman, to Ralph Mosybroke, for 14l. of a messuage called 'Y Ty Issa yn Ddol Howell' and land lying between ditches called 'Y Clawdd Newydd' and 'Yr Heane Clawdd,' etc. in Llangadvan, redeemable for 14l. at Candlemas, 1595. 3 February, 26 Elizabeth.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7804. Quitclaim by .Rowland Stanley of Hooton, knight, to Richard Mynshull of Mynshull, esquire, of his interest in Over Bebing- ton in Wyrrall in consideration of a close called 'Anstable Dale' granted to him by the said Richard, and on condition of the said Richard's saving him harmless against Edward Mynshull, late of Mynshull, esquire, and his heirs in respect of a bond for 100l. given by William Stanley, knight, deceased, and others. 21 October, . . Elizabeth. Signed: Rowland Stanley.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Somerset.C. 7805. Indenture, dated 27 October, 27 Elizabeth, witnessing that Henry Spore of Trebathe, co. Cornwall, has demised to Diggory Spore, gentleman, all his messuages and lands in Mysterton for three years; rent, 4l. English. Signed: Thomas Vyncent.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Flint.C. 7806. Sale by Richard ap Thomas ap Jethell and Thomas his son and heir apparent, for 40s.. to Peter Mostyn the younger, esquire, of 4a. land adjoining a place called 'Sawtney' in Mostyn. 10 October, 21 Elizabeth. Mark.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7807. Indenture, dated 18 November, 41 Elizabeth, witnessing that Randal Mynshull of Church Mynshull, yeoman, for 20 marks, has demised to Roger Bebington of Hurleston and Thomas Bebington of Stoke, yeoman, for six years at a yearly rent of 2d., two pastures adjoining Leigh Green and Davenportes Field Lane in Mynshull demised to the said Randal for his life and the lives of Mary his wife and Alice his daughter in survivorship by Thomas Duncalfe of Fox- wiste, gentleman. English. Mark. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7808. Indenture, dated 20 December, 1585, witnessing that Sir Ralph Eggerton of Wrynehill, co. Stafford, knight, has demised to Richard Bossone, yeoman, his servant, and to Edward and Richard, the said Richard's sons (if an assignment be made to them or to either of them) of a messuage and land in the occupation of the said Richard the father, lands called 'the Nickryddinges, the Poole Styddes, alias Poole Place, and the Foure Acres,' and a windmill and a horse-mill, all in Newbolde Astberye, with the multure of the tenants there, for twenty-one years from the end of a former lease made to the said Richard and to Isabel his wife; rent, 4l. 15s. and such heriots and customs as are due from other tenants within the lordship of Newbolde Astberye in proportion to the rent; the lease to be forfeited if either of the sons misbehave. English.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Norfolk.C. 7809. Grant by John Gurney of Shottysham to Thomas his brother, in fulfilment of the will of John his father, of all the lands he ought to inherit as son and heir of Katherine late the wife of the said John and daughter and heir of Stephen Howes of Shottysham. 5 December, 1 Elizabeth.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Sussex.C. 7810. Sale by William son and heir apparent of Thomas Rose of Westerton, yeoman, to William Paye of Clifford's Inn, gentleman, for 30l., of a messuage and land without the east gate of Chichester, near the Hedacar, and 1a. land in the Portefeld near the city. 9 April, 36 Elizabeth. Signature of William Rose. Seal.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin, &c.
Montg.C. 7811. Sale by David ap John, husbandman, son and heir of John ap Bevan, to Owen ap Jones, citizen and skinner of London, of a tenement called 'Tyne Rose' in the parish of Llanvehanger. 18 June, 1569. English. Signature. Seal.
Salop.C. 7812. Covenant by Roger Hollande of Whittbatch, yeoman, that if Henry Vernon of Stokesaye, esquire, shall have demised to Rowland Hardinge the moiety of 40a. land in Dodmore within the fees of Clibbury Martimer and Staunton Lacy, he will not on that account put in execution a statute merchant acknowledged before Thomas Blashffield and John Crowther, bailiffs of Ludlowe and keepers of the greater part of the seal of the said statute, and Francis Jenkes, gen- tleman, the Queen's clerk there, and keeper of the lesser part of the same. 2 March, 28 Elizabeth. English. Mark. Fragment of seal of arms.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Oxford.C. 7813. Grant by Jane Dormer to Winifred her daughter of a yearly rent of 20 marks to be charged on all her tenements in Hampton Poyell from the day of her death until the said Winifred shall reach the age of nineteen years. 20 January, 16 Elizabeth. Signed: Jane Dormer.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7814. Sale by John ap David ap Jevan ap Llywelin ap Einus of Camen and Owen ap Hugh ap David ap Bedo of Gwenynog Ucha, yeomen, to John Owen Vaughan of Lloidiarth, esquire, for 66l. 13s. 4d., of a messuage called 'Tyddyn y Glyn Bychan' and all their other mes- suages and lands in Dolwar. 17 December, 1592. Two marks. Two seals.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Salop.C. 7815. Indenture, dated 10 January, 23 Elizabeth, witnessing that Henry Vernon of Stoke Saye, esquire, has demised to Richard Nethwey, Thomas Huntt and Richard Badam, his servants, his messuage and land in Overheyton (as in C. 7797). English. Signed: H. Vernon. Seal of arms.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Salop.C. 7816. Indenture, dated 10 January, 23 Elizabeth, witnessing that the above Henry has demised to John Chylde, Thomas Mason and Charles Wattes, his servants, his messuage in the occupation of Richard Amaunde in Overheyton, for sixty years, if any of them should live so long; rent, 13s. 4d. English. Signed: H. Vernon. Seal of arms.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Salop.C. 7817. Indenture of grant by Richard Barker, husbandman, to Thomas Grove, clerk, William Hopkins and Thomas Androwes of his messuage and land in Elcote and Nene Savage to the use of himself, Joan his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the fulfilment of his will. 11 May, 1 Elizabeth. Fragment of seal.
Salop.C. 7818. Indenture, dated 8 February, 25 Elizabeth, witnessing that Edward Foxe of Greete, esquire, and Thomas Morris of Bromfielde, yeoman, have demised to Francis Vernon of Stokesaye, gentleman, the manor of Ladyhaulghton and Hill till 23 April, 1584; rent, a peppercorn if demanded. English. Signatures of Edward Foxe and Thomas Morrice. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Staff.C. 7819. Indenture, dated 1 November, 22 Elizabeth, witnessing that Henry Vernon of Stokesaie, esquire, has sold to William Coley of Cradeley, co. Worcester, scythe-smith, a messuage called 'Holly- greves Farm' in Westbromwiche, free of all encumbrances except chief rents. English. Signed: Wyllyam Collie. Seal.
Salop.C. 7820. Conveyance by the above Henry and Francis his brother and heir apparent to Edward Foxe of Greete, esquire, and Thomas Morris, servant of Charles Foxe of Bromfield, esquire, of the manor of Ladye Haulghton and Hill, redeemable if 660l. be paid to the said Charles on 23 April, 1584. 7 February, 25 Elizabeth. Signatures of Henry and Francis Vernon. Two seals, one of arms.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Salop.C. 7821. (1) Release by Margaret Blount of Xetley, widow, to the above Henry and to Thomas Canland of Ludlowe, mercer, of all actions and claims except as regards a bond of 200l. for a life annuity of 11l. 1 May, 1589. Signatures and seal.
(2) Receipt given by the said Margaret to the said Henry on the same date for 22l. Signature. English. Paper.
Heref.C. 7822. Indenture, dated 5 August, 34 Elizabeth, witnessing that Henry Vernon, lord Powis, has demised to Richard Madock of Hanley Castle, co. Worcester, gentleman, and Thomas Tayler of Shobden, yeoman, two water-mills with adjoining land in Pembridge for thirty- one years; rent, 5l.; the lessor to occupy the premises until the lessees are sued by Rowland Davyes on a bond of 200l. of even date. English. Signed: H. Powys. Seal of arms, defaced.
Heref.C. 7823. Counterpart of the preceding. English. Signed: Ric. Madocke. Seal.
Salop.C. 7824. Defeasance by Nicholas Hare, esquire, (1) of a bond of 500l. given by Henry Vernon of Stokeseye and Francis Curson, esquires, and John heir apparent of the latter, to John, brother of the said Nicholas, for payment to the said Nicholas and Hugh his brother of a rent charge of 50l. during the life of Lucy wife of the said John Hare; (2) of a statute of 500l. given by the same persons to Ralph brother of the said Nicholas for payment of a like annuity to the said Nicholas and Hugh; (3) of a bond of 300l. given by the said Henry to the said Nicholas for payment to him of 200l. on May 6, 1589; (4) of a bond of 1,000l. given by the said Henry to the said Nicholas without condition specified; all on condition of the payment by the said Henry of 800l. to the said Nicholas by 2 February. 19 June, 31 Elizabeth. English. Paper. Signatures. Seal.
Salop.C. 7825. Acknowledgment by the above Henry to Thomas Canlande of Ludlowe, mercer, of a debt of 20l. 2 October, 1583. English. Paper. Signature of Henry Vernon. Seal of arms.
Kent.C. 7826. Indenture, dated 22 November, 7 Elizabeth, witnessing that John Franklin, gentleman, has sold to John Spencer, citizen and cutler of London, Mary his wife, and his heirs, for 20l. and for 20a. land of the inheritance of the said Mary in Sutton Vallance, two closes called 'Park Fields' and land called 'Keymead' in the parish of Charte next Sutton Vallance, free of encumbrances except the rents and services due to the chief lords of the fee and a rent of 2s. 8d. due to the dean and chapter of Rochester from the land called 'Keymead.' English. Two marks. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses, and the words, 'Ane exchange or sale betwene Mr. John Franklyn and . . . Spenser except Keye Meade lete to one William Locke of London as it is expressed in the parsonage lease of Charte juxta Ledes.'
Kent.C. 7827. Indenture, dated 15 November, 9 Elizabeth, of sale by Randal Kyng, son of Henry Kyng, yeoman, to John Stretefielde, for 21l., of a messuage called 'Kynges' in Hever, redeemable for the same sum at the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 1521. English.
Endorsements:—
(1) Names of witnesses.
(2) Note of recognizance, 28 November, 10 Elizabeth.
(3) Note of enrolment, 1 December, 10 Elizabeth.
(4) Note of cancellation on repayment of the purchase-money, 12 June, 14 Elizabeth.
Glouc. Essex.C. 7828. Quitclaim by William Norwood of Leckhampton, esquire, to Sebastian Harvie of Mardiche, esquire, of all claims except for law costs in respect of an indenture dated 24 November. 28 November, 32 Elizabeth. English. Signed: William Norwoodde. Seal of arms.
Endorsed with the signatures of Jacob Wittewronghele, notary public, and other witnesses.
[Surrey.]C. 7829. Sale by John Skerne [of Turners Pudell, co. Dorset] to Thomas Harvy, esquire, ordinary footman to the Queen, and Agnes his wife [late the wife of William Stevyns of Kingston on Thames, co. Surrey] of lands, &c. in [Surbiton and Talworth] redeemable in the year 1574. 13 Elizabeth. English. Signed: John Skerne.
Endorsed with note of enrolment [Close Roll, No. 856], 16 November, 13 Elizabeth.
Lincoln.C. 7830. Indenture of sale, dated . . ., 43 Elizabeth, by Philip Tirwhitt and Edward his son and heir apparent to Edmund and John Thorold, William Ellis, and Richard Pell, for 400l., of the vaccary and grange of South Somercotes and all their lands there and in North Somercotes. English. Signed: Tirwhitt, Edward Tyrwhit. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Notts.C. 7831. Indenture, dated 20 March, 10 Elizabeth, witnessing that William Bolles of Osberton, esquire, has sold to William Walker of Shiptonhill, mason, for 8l., a messuage and land in Bagthorpe. English. Signature of William Bolles.
Note of enrolment at Nottingham.
Endorsed with note of enrolment in the Queen's Bench.
Kent.C. 7832. Indenture, dated 1 October, 4 Elizabeth, witnessing that John Smithe of Ostenhanger, esquire, has demised to Thomas Browninge, yeoman, lands called 'Ox Downe, Little Harcums, Great Harcums and East Syde,' all in Poslinge, for twelve years; rent, 29l. payable 'at the great gate next the bridge, entringe into the quadrand of the cheife parte of his howse caled Ostenhanger'; the liberty of hawking and hunting reserved, and the lessee not to alienate without the lessor's consent. English. Signature of Thomas Browninge.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Derby.]C. 7833. Indenture, dated 18 August, 40 Elizabeth, witnessing that Nicholas Allen of the Woodhouse, gentleman, has demised to Thomas Yeveley of the Chapel in le Frithe, gentleman, of a messuage in the occupation of Thomas Yeveley, father of the lessee, for twenty- one years from the death of the said Thomas the father at a yearly rent of 5l., and of a messuage in the occupation of Elizabeth and John Swindels, for twenty-one years from the expiry of a lease made by George Allen, father of the lessor, to William, John and George Swindels, and the survivor of them, at a yearly rent of 5 nobles; the lease to be void on payment of 20l. by 2 October next, but the lessor may not demise the premises to any other than the present lessee without the latter's consent; if no such payment be made, the lessee within a year shall pay 46l. 13s. 4d., whereupon a further assurance of the premises shall be made to him. English. Signature of Edward Mellor, witness.
Endorsed: Kyrkesteele.
Montg.C. 7834. Grant by John ap David ap Jevan ap David to Jane verch Hugh his wife, for life, after his death, of a yearly rent of 36s. 8d. charged on all his messuages and lands in Garthbeibio in lieu of dower. 3 November, 1595.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7835. Bond given by John ap Llywelynn ap David Tege and Jevan ap John ap Llywelynn, both of Rros Haflo, yeomen, to John Vaughan of Lloydiarth, esquire, for 40l. 28 May, 16 Elizabeth. Condition (in English) for performance of certain indentures of even date. [See C. 7841.] Mark and two seals.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7836. Indenture, dated 28 May, 16 Elizabeth, being a defeasance by the above John Vaughan of C. 7841, on condition of the payment of 20l. at Michaelmas, 1583. English. Two marks.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7837. Bond given by the above John ap Llywelynn and Evan his son to the above John Vaughan for 40l. 20 October, 18 Elizabeth.
Condition (in English) for the quiet possession by the said John Vaughan of tenements called 'Tyddin Glan Banw' and 'Tyddyn yn y Vron' in the township of Rrosavylo, and for making to him a good conveyance thereof. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7838. Indenture of grant by the above John ap Llywelynn and Evan to the said John Vaughan of a tenement called 'Tyddyn Glan Banw' and lands thereto belonging called 'Erw y Llwyn, Erw y Garnedd, Erw y Borva, Dryll y Banadl, Erw Veirig, Dryll y Mryn y Groes, Rroos y Moel, Rrose Rrydd y Bleiddie Gweirglodd Ween, Rrose y Ddool, Dryll Yrrelygen, Dryll y Llyn, Dryll y Gamdda, and Dryll y Llawr Vaes,' and a tenement called 'Tyddyn yn y Vron,' bounded by the torrent (currentem) called 'Nant Rriwhirierth,' that called 'Banw,' the brook (rivulum) called 'Y Varn,' and the place called 'Kevnant y Gwraidd,' all in Rrosavylo. 20 October, 18 Elizabeth. Two seals.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Herts.C. 7839. Surrender by Thomas Russell, husbandman, to George Hide, esquire, lord of the manor of Albury, of a close called 'the Great Close' in the said manor. 12 March, 18 Elizabeth. Seal, damaged.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7840. Bond given by Evan ap Jevan, gentleman, to John Vaughan of Lloydiarth, esquire, for 100 marks. 12 November, 18 Elizabeth.
Condition (in English) for performance of an agreement of even date concerning a twenty-one years' lease of a tenement called 'Tyddyn Ynglan Banw' in the township of Rosavylo. Signed Jevan ap Jevan, Herliarth. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7841. Grant by John ap Llywelynn ap David Tege and Jevan his son and heir, yeomen, to the above John Vaughan of a mansion house called 'Y Ty Ynglan Banw,' lands in Rros y Ddol and Rros Rryd y Bliddie and lands called 'Dryll y Gamdda, Dryll y Llyn, Dryll yr Helygen, Dryll Llawr Fayes, Y Dryll Ymryn y Groes, Y Dryll yn y Banadel, Erw Fevrige, Y Borva, Erw y Garnedd, and Mayes y Llwyne,' all in Rros Haflo. 28 May, 16 Elizabeth. Two marks and fragment of seal. Note: Rent, 21d.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Lincoln.C. 7842. Indenture, dated — November, 44 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Edward Clere of Blickling, co. Norfolk, knight, has demised to Edmund Cony, gentleman, a messuage and cottage in K[ir]ton in Holland, with 'hempland' and other land, for twenty-one years; rent, 3l. 10s. and two bushels of the best apples growing in the great orchard. English. Signed: Edw. Clere. Seal. Cf. C. 7873 and 7946.
Kent.C. 7843. Quitclaim by Thomas Blunt, citizen and mercer of London, to Thomas Smithe of London, esquire, of his interest in land in the East Marsh or Plumsted Marsh in the parish of Erith in 'le Level,' abutting on a wall or path called 'Pycardswall,' a wall or path by the Little Breche, &c. and being parcel of lands assigned by act of parlia- ment, 5 Elizabeth [c. 36], to James Acontius. 4 February, 1573. Signed: T. Blount. Seal.
Montg.C. 7844. Sale by John Lloid ap David Lloid to Cadwalader Vaughan, both of Llanvyllinge, gentlemen, for 25l., of a messuage called 'Tyddyn Kae yr Seythydd,' lands thereto belonging, and lands called 'Llwyn y Rhiw, Lletty Wnnog, and Y Kae Rhwng y ddeulwyn,' all in the township of Glybwll. 10 September, 35 Eliza- beth. Signature of John Lloyd. Seal, damaged.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
N'hamp.C. 7845. Indenture, dated 1 May, 23 Elizabeth, witnessing that Edward Dalyson, gentleman, has demised to Robert Hackney of Broughton, yeoman, for 50l., a close of pasture called 'Brakhill and. Cocknehill' adjoining Broughton mere, and a meadow with the tithes called 'Ladye Home Lees' abutting on Cransley brook, all in Cransley, for three years; rent, 1d. if demanded. English. Signed: Robart Hackney. Seal.
Montg.C. 7846. Indenture of sale by Owen Blayney of Stingwerne, gentleman, to William ap John, gentleman, for 6l., of 4a. land called 'Koyd Came yn y Haille, Yrro y Kolch Bryn, and Kay y Rarth Glays,' in the parish of Llanvayer, mortgaged to him by Maurice ap Owen and Katherine his wife, redeemable by him for 6l. on Lady Day, 1590. 15 July, 29 Elizabeth. Signature of Owen Blayney. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
N'hamp.C. 7847. Indenture of defeasance by Edward Cope of Cannons Ashbie alias Copes Ashbie, esquire, of a recognizance of 300l. acknowledged by Edward and Robert Dalison, gentlemen, on condition of performing certain indentures of even date concerning a lease of a messuage and land in Cranesley. 26 May, 24 Elizabeth. English. Signed: Edward Cope. Seal.
N'hamp.C. 7848. Quitclaim by Anthony Cotes of Collyweston to Edward Barnewell of Crannesley, gentleman, in pursuance of an award by Michael Lewys, gentleman, of all debts and actions in respect of a bond of 100 marks by the said Edward and Edward Dallyson of Crannesley to Anthony Cotes, father of the said Anthony, and of all debts and actions of the said Anthony or Thomas his brother previous to another bond of 100 marks, dated 25 December last, given by the said Edward to him for performance of the award. 9 January, 17 Elizabeth. English. Signatures. Seal.
N'hamp.C. 7849. Indenture, dated 26 May, 17 Elizabeth, witnessing that the above Edward Dallyson has demised to Richard Hollonde, husbandman, for 10l., a messuage and land in Crannesley (except common for 60 sheep till the said Richard shall be able to provide his own sheep) for twenty-one years; rent, 50s. and two capons; covenants as to digging stone, carting, exchange of lands, continance of enclosures in Crannesley, felling of timber, alienation, and various services on the lessor's land. English. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7850. Indenture, dated 31 March, 31 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Egerton of Wrynehill, knight for a fine of 20l., has demised to Richard Bache, Richard son of Stephen Drakeforde of Stodmerlowe, co. Stafford, and Joan daughter of Ralph Deane, for their lives in survivorship, his messuage, lands, &c. late in the occupation of the said Richard Bache in Newbolde, with housebote, haybote, firebote, cartbote and ploughbote, and liberty of digging marl; rent, 12s., a heriot on the deaths of the said Richard and Richard and of the said Joan if she should survive them, and all duties usually rendered; the lessees to do all repairs, taking timber in Newbolde therefor, and to carry yearly to Wrynhill a quarter of barley, to be bought by Sir Ralph in the parish of Astburie; Sir Ralph to be bound in 40l. for due performance English. Three marks. Two seals.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7851. Indenture, dated 18 April, 3 Elizabeth, witnessing that Morgan ap Moris, yeoman, has demised to David Vaughan Bedo ap Jenkin, yeoman, a tenement called 'Tyddyn y Gadva,' between two brooks called 'Blayne Ecoied' and 'Nant ye Redynen,' in the township of Rywargour in the parish of Llanothyn till Michaelmas, 1573; rent, 26s. 8d. and a heriot of the principal beast. English. Paper. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7852. Quitclaim by Maud verch Thomas of Blowty, widow, to Hugh ap Rees, yeoman, for 7l., of her interest in lands called 'Yr Erow Las' and 'Yr Erow Benallt,' and land in Gweirglodd Kae Howell ap Eynyon, all in Hirnant. 9 June, 1595. Mark. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
omerset.C. 7853. Indenture, dated 20 August, 15 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Hugh Poulet, knight, farmer of the manor of Chard from the bishop, dean, and chapter of Wells, has demised to Joan Deane, widow, for 46l., lands called 'Mootewaye and Holbeare' and other land of the demesne of the said manor for sixty years from the end of a previous lease made by the said bishop, dean, and chapter to John Bayly. English. Signature.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Middx.C. 7854. Indenture, dated 1 March, . . Elizabeth, witnessing that Robert Ederyche has sold to John younger son of George Harryson a tenement with shops and other buildings thereon in East Smythfelde in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldegate. English.
Bedford.]C. 7855. Indenture, dated . . . Elizabeth, witnessing that Francis Jermy, esquire, has demised to George Smith, gentleman, and Henry Finche the fourth part of tithe hay, corn, and grass in Norrell alias Northyevell, together with his fourth part of the college-house or rectory and land there, the fishery from Stratford mill to Gyrtford bridge, and common for sheep in the parishes of Norrell and Sondeye, all at a yearly rent of 27l. 11s., reserving all trees and underwood (except firebote, cartbote, hedgebote, ploughbote and stakebote) to himself and Elizabeth his wife, with the right to enter on the fallow of the arable on Lady Day before the end of the lease on remitting rent accordingly. English.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
[Surrey.]C. 7856. Quitclaim by Francis Purslow of Trottone to Walter . . . of his rights in the parish church of Frensham. 10 January, 28 Elizabeth. English. Signature of Francis Purslow. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Devon.C. 7857. Indenture, dated 28 June, 32 Elizabeth, of defeasance by Wilmot Rysdon, widow, and Giles Rysdon, gentleman, of a statute staple for 300l. made by Walter Wotton of Engleborne, on payment of . . . on 24 . . . next, and 90l. on 30 April following. English. Mark. Signed: Giles Risdon. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7858. Indenture, dated 25 April, 31 Elizabeth, of defeasance by Jevan ap Cader [ap] Gruffith of Kevenkleisiog, yeoman, of a sale by David ap Jevan ap Rees of Llangadvan of a messuage called 'Y Tyddyn yn yr Hirdir' and lands, &c. thereto belonging between the highway from a little river called 'Nant y Goetre' to the church of Llangadvan and a river called 'Y Vornoy,' in the township of Crane, on condition of the payment of 22l. on Lady Day, 1592. English.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Lincoln.]C. 7859. Sale by Henry Pratt of Great Weldon, co. Northampton, to John Walpole, for 100l., of 20a. pasture adjoining the common sewer of Whaplod. 8 July, 22 Elizabeth. Signature of Henry Pratt.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Denbigh.C. 7860. Indenture of sale by Maurice ap John Lewis, yeoman, to Maurice ap John ap David Lloyd of Bodelith, weaver, of a messuage and barn adjoining places called 'Parke Sughart' and 'Llidiart y Parke' in Sughart. 30 September, 1602. Mark.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
[Derby.]C. 7861. Fragment of an agreement between . . . and Lady Elizabeth his wife and others as to lands in Leighe alias Lea, Tansley, and Pleistowe. [16 James I.] English.
York, W.R.C. 7862. Indenture of grant by Ralph Wordesworth, yeoman, to William Wordesworth, yeoman, and William Cudworth of Worsburgh- dale, yeoman, son and heir apparent of Nicholas Cudworth, yeoman, of all his messuages, lands, rents, and services in Snodenhill, Hunshelff, and Langside, to the use of the grantor and Helen his wife for their lives in survivorship, with successive remainders in fee tail to Thomas, William, Nicholas, Richard, and Ralph, sons of the grantor, and ultimate remainder to the right heirs of the said Thomas; and of his tenements in Thurleston Meare to his own use for life, with remainder to the said Thomas. 9 November, 39 Elizabeth. Seal, damaged.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7863. Letters of attorney from Sir George Barne, knight, alderman of London, Christopher Hoddesdon of Leighton Bussard, co. Bedford, esquire, and Roger James of London, brewer, to William Thompson, citizen and mercer of London, to deliver seisin to Thomas Smyth of London, esquire, of land in the parish of Plomsted. 6 August, 32 Elizabeth. English. Three signatures. Two seals, one of arms.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7864. Letters of attorney from John Reame to John Style to deliver seisin to Roger Godemond of a messuage called 'Ketys' in Tunbregg'. The eve of Trinity, 37 Henry VI.
Berks.C. 7865. Indenture, dated . . June, 4 Elizabeth, witnessing that William Danbye has granted to John Cocke Shoute of Mayden Heade, barber-surgeon, his messuage called 'the Blacke Bulle' in Mayden Heade in the parish of Braye and all other his tenements, goods, etc. in consideration whereof the said John covenants to provide for him for the rest of his life, and is put in possession by the delivery of 'one [piece of] sillver called twoe pennce fixed in the sealle of this presentes.' English. Marks and signatures.
Endorsed with name of witness.
[Kent.]C. 7866. Indenture, dated . . ., 45 Elizabeth, witnessing that John son of Thomas Smyth, esquire, has demised to William Warren of Crayford, gentleman, land adjoining Bostall Wall in the marshes of Plumstedd and Erith for twenty-one years from the end of a lease granted to William Tompson by the said Thomas; rent, 74l. . . s. 4d.; the lessee to mend all [fences] except the main walls of the marsh. English. Signed: William Warren. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7867. Quitclaim by John Alchorne of Loose, gentleman, to Robert Swynerton of his interest in 5a. meadow in the parish of Marden allotted to the said Robert at the partition of the lands of Thomas Swynerton of Yaldinge, his father. 3 June, 44 Elizabeth. English. Signed: John Alchorn. Seal of arms.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7868. Grant by Mary Windesore of London, widow, daughter and heir of Anne Newton, to Miles her son of her messuage, orchard, and cherry garden in the parish of Erithe, in a street called 'Pyccarde Streete,' and 15a. land in Erith marsh. 23 June, 12 Elizabeth. Signature of Mary Windesor. Seal of arms, damaged.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Surrey.C. 7869. Letters of attorney from John Drynkwater of Pekham to John Feyrewyn to deliver to Richard Skynner, John Baker the younger, John Bruton, and John Baker the elder, seisin of lands, &c. in the parish of Camerwell which he had by the gift of Agnes Aylewyn. 22 April, 5 Edward IV.
Chester.C. 7870. Indenture of sale by Ralph Egerton of le Wrynehill, co. Stafford, knight, to John Browne, for 124l. 9s. 8d., of a rent of 3l. 15s. 10d. payable during the life of Ellen Brereton, widow, and a rent of 5l. 13s. 4d. payable after her death, reserved on perpetual leases to John Yerdley of a messuage, cottage, and land in Calcott, Crue, and the hundred of Broxton. 12 November, — Elizabeth. Mark.
Denbigh.C. 7871. Indenture of grant by Jevan ap Rinallt ap Edward to Thomas ap John ap Jevan ap Rinallt in fee tail of all his messuages, lands, etc. in Dinbren in the lordship of Chirkeland, except those he bought from John ap John, with successive remainders in fee tail to Rice and Hugh, brothers of the said Thomas, and ultimate remainder to himself. 18 October, 1579. Seal, in wrapping.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7872. Letters of attorney from William Greye to Henry Whyfyn to deliver to John Fylle and William Coupere seisin of all his lands in the parish of Downe or elsewhere in the county. The Epiphany, 24 Henry VI.
Lincoln.C. 7873. Indenture, dated 12 June, 44 Elizabeth, witnessing that Edmund Conye, gentleman, has demised to Richard Denton of Birton Cogles, gentleman, a close of pasture called 'Butt Greene' in Kyrton for three years; rent, a peppercorn if demanded. English. Paper. Signed: Ric. Denton. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed with covenant by the lessee not to fell any willows or other timber. Cf. C. 7842 and 7946.
Oxford.C. 7874. Instruction by Thomas Cheyney, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Richard Ruffen, gentleman, deceased, to William Buttle, Andrew Reade and William Heyrcraft, gentlemen, feoffees of Richard Yates, gentleman, to convey all lands in the parishes of Eynsham and Cogges late of the said Richard Ruffen to John Ruffen of Fulscott, co. Berks, to hold from the death of the said Thomas and Elizabeth for ever, but so as not to warrant the premises against any other person than the said feoffees; the conveyance to be void on payment by the said Thomas and Elizabeth or their heirs of a sum (unspecified) at Christmas, 1589. 31 May, 27 Elizabeth. English.
Suffolk.C. 7875. Indentures of apprenticeship of Nicholas son of John Addams of Tymbie, co. Pembroke, to Jedyan Johnson of Ippiswich. 7 August, 37 Elizabeth. English. Signed: Niclas Adames. Seal.
Surrey.C. 7876. Indenture, dated 28 December, 31 Elizabeth, witnessing that Robert White of Alldershott, co. Hants, esquire, has demised to Walter Hawarde, gentleman, all the tithes and other profits of the tithing of Dockingefeilde belonging to the chapel or parsonage of Fremesham for twenty-one years; rent, 4l. English. Signature of Robert White. Fragments of seal.
Middx.C. 7877. Letters of attorney from Edmund Warlowe, mason, and Thomas Knoville, 'foistour,' to Thomas Brigge, stoekfishmonger, all citizens of London, to deliver to Peter Rede, mason, William Serle, carpenter, William Berkyng, stockfishmonger, and John Hornemeade, mason, citizens of London, seisin of all their tenements in Mynchoun- lane in the parish of St. Dunstan by the Tower. 14 January, 9 Henry VI.
Flint.C. 7878. Letters of attorney from Ralph Ravenscroft of the parish of Mold, gentleman, to Thomas Wyn ap John ap Thomas and Hugh ap Edward ap Thomas to deliver seisin of a messuage, &c. in Backley to Piers Moston, esquire, Hugh Moston, or the heirs or assigns of either of them. 16 May, 23 Elizabeth. English. Signed: Raffe Ravenscroft.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7879. Grant by Richard Stone of Brencheley, yeoman, and Denise his wife, daughter and heir of Susan Stace, daughter and co- heir of Thomas Rolffe of Estpecham, yeoman, to Nicholas White, yeoman, of 18a. land called 'Byckfeld' in Spelherst, and all their rights in lands of the said Denise there. 5 March, 13 Elizabeth. Seal, and fragment of another.
Kent.C. 7880. Bond given by the above Richard to the above Nicholas for 20l. 5 March, 13 Elizabeth.
Condition (in English) for assurance of title of the above lands. Seal.
Chester.C. 7881. Indenture, dated 30 October, 30 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Ralph Eggerton of Wrynehill, knight, has demised to John Smithe of Healye Castle, co. Stafford, yeoman, for 50l., a messuage, &c. in Checkley for thirty-one years from the death of William Hen- shawe; rent, 47s., reserving to the lessor all great timber trees; the lessee to have wainbote, ploughbote and cartbote, and to do such service in the Queen's wars as is done by other tenants of the lessor for a similar tenement. English. Signed: Ra. Eggerton.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7882. Indenture, dated 19 April, 35 Elizabeth, witnessing that William Grosvenor of Bellaporte, co. Salop, esquire, has. re-assigned to Hugh son of William Henshawe, for 100l., the above lease (except certain lands between Oneyleywaye Field, or Marlefeild and Foxe- wood), assigned to him by the above Smithe. English. Signed: W. Grosvenor.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses, and the following note: 'Henshawes three leases of my farme in Checkley surrendered in open court before Justice Shuttleworth at thassises Anno D. 1596 in September the 3 daye.'
Chester.C. 7883. Indenture, dated 24 September, 41 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir John Egerton of Egerton, knight, has conveyed to Peter Warburton of Arleye, esquire, to his own use, in tail male, all his messuages, lands, etc. in Little Budworthe, Ryshton, Calveleyghe, Bickerton, Droytwich alias Durtwich, Wychallgh, Kelsall and Poole. English. Signed: Jo. Egerton. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Kent.C. 7884. Indenture, dated 20 April, 16 Elizabeth, witnessing that William Nutbrowne of Barkinge, co. Essex, gentleman, has demised to Stephen Byrde of the same, fisherman, all his marsh ground, both wet and dry, in the parish of Plompstede or elsewhere in the county, demised to him by Martin Bowes of Staplehurst, gentleman, with the 'rede grounde' and fishing of the same, for twenty-one years; rent, 13l. 6s. 8d.; the lease to determine if the premises are 'wonne, made dry, or inned in agayne.' English. Seal. Mark.
Montg.C. 7885. Quitclaim by Katherine verch Owen, late the wife of Gruffin ap David ap Llywelyn ap Madocke alias Gruffin Lloid to John Owen Vaughan of Lloidiarth, esquire, of her rights of dower in the tenements called 'Tyddin Lletty Jenckin alias Y Tydu, Tyddyn y Newadd, Y Tuy U, Erowe Vachod Enwyn, Y Erowe Dan y Coyed, Y Wern Ddu Yssa, and Y Wern Ddu Ucha,' all in Llaethbwll and Nant y Kyndy, and in all other lands, &c. bought from the said Gruffin by the said John. 9 September, 1596. Paper. Mark. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Lincoln.C. 7886. Grant by Roger Chipsey, yeoman, and George Stafforth, husbandman, both of Sibsey, to Edward Hollond, gentleman, of all their messuages, dovecotes, &c. in Barrowe. 21 December, 17 Eliza- beth. Signed: Roger Chypsey. Mark. Seal.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Lincoln.C. 7887. Indenture of sale, dated 21 December, 17 Elizabeth, of the above lands by the above Roger and George to the above Edward English. Signed: Roger Chypsey. Mark. Two seals.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Cambridge.C. 7888. Indenture, dated 10 June, 25 Elizabeth, witnessing that Edward Thursbye of Bockynge, co. Essex, gentleman, and Joyce his wife, daughter and co-heir of Peter Chapman, gentleman, have demised to Edward Lucas of London, gentleman, a moiety of all the messuages, lands, &c. in Thryplowe, Shulford, Fulmer, and Abyngton, inherited by the said Joyce from the said Peter, for seven years; rent, 30l.; the lessee to pay all rents due to the Queen and the chief lords of the fee, and to expend 20l. on repairs. English. Mark. Signature. Seal, and fragment of another.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Cambridge.C. 7889. Indenture, dated 8 February, 14 Elizabeth, witnessing that Martin Gyll of Gransiter, gentleman, has demised to Edward Lucas of London, gentleman, one-third of the houses and lands late of Peter Chapman, deceased, in Thriplowe, Foulmer, and Shelforde (except all woods other than willows), for twenty-one years from Michaelmas, 1577, or from the end of the interest of Edward and Roger Slegge in the premises; rent, 8l. English. Signature of Martin Gyll. Seal.
Endorsed with signatures and mark of witnesses.
Cambridge.C. 7890. Assignment by William Totnam of Wyntwourthe in the isle of Elye, yeoman, to Anne, wife of Henry Gotobed of Landbeeche, yeoman, and late the wife and executrix of the will of Thomas Hutton of Harleton, gentleman, of his rights, bought by the said Thomas, in the parsonage of Graunecestre, with tithes, glebe, and all profits except the collation to the vicarage, under a lease for twenty-one years from Corpus Christi ('commonly called Bennet') College. 22 March, 23 Elizabeth. English. Signature of William Totnam. Seal.
Derby.C. 7891. Indenture, dated 20 April, 1 Elizabeth, witnessing that Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, co. Notts, knight, has demised to Richard Kyrby of Hennam, co. Essex, gentleman, his manor of Beauchief for five years; rent, 3l. 6s. 8d.; certificate that the manor is of the clear yearly value of 40l. English. Signed: Rychard Kyrby.
Essex.C. 7892. Indenture of grant by Alban Leveret, citizen and haberdasher of London, and Christopher Eglesfeld of Cambridge university, to Richard Young, citizen and grocer of London, of 11a. meadow, late of Thomas Eglesfeld, gentleman, in the marsh-land within the parish of East Ham. 1 June, 12 Elizabeth. Signed: Albon Leverett, Crystofer Eglysfeild. Seal, and fragment of another.
Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7893. Sale by John ap Gruffydd ap David Vain, yeoman, to John Owen Vaughan of Lloidiarth, esquire, of his messuage called 'Y Ty Yssa Yn Llanloddian' and lands called 'Yr Erw Lydan, Yr Havereg, Y Ddwy Havereg Koidion, Hanner yr Erw Gyd, Errw Dackws Lloid, Y Dryll Kreigiog, Place y Gwenyn, Yr Ole Dew, Hanner y Wern Dduy, and Yr Errw Feriog,' all in Llanloddian Ucha. 4 March, 1585. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7894. Bond given by the above John ap Gruffydd to the above John Owen Vaughan for 40l. 4 March, 1585.
Condition (in English) for assurance to the said John Owen Vaughan of the premises, formerly of Gruffydd ap Vain, father of the said John ap Gruffydd. Mark. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses as above.
Warw. Wilts.C. 7895. Acknowledgment, dated 9 October, 5 Elizabeth, by Thomas Handford of Elmedon, gentleman, of the receipt from William Dorrell of Litlecote, esquire, of 26l 13s. 4d. due on a bond. English. Paper. Signature. Seal.
Herts. Bucks.C. 7896. Grant by Henry Sear of Betlowe, yeoman, to John Decon of Ivingho, husbandman, of la. meadow in . . . 28 November, . . Elizabeth.
Montg.C. 7897. Indenture of grant, dated 6 March, 28 Elizabeth, by John Owen Vaughan of Lloidiarthe, esquire, to John ap Gruffydd ap David Vain, yeoman, of lands in Llanloddian Ucha (as in C. 7893) at a perpetual yearly rent of 6s. 8d. English. Mark.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7898. Grant by John Egerton the elder of Egerton, esquire, to John Egerton the younger of Olton, his son and heir apparent, of a messuage in the Forgat street without the bars of Chester, and land and messuages at Agton in the parish of Malpas and in the parish of Little Budworth. 11 June, 24 Elizabeth. English. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Chester. Devon.C. 7899. Indenture of defeasance, dated 7 February, 26 Elizabeth, by Walter Chamberleyn of the Inner Temple, gentleman, of a bond in 700l. given by George Evelegh of the same, gentleman, and John Savage of Bostock, esquire, in consideration of a yearly rent of 50l. charged on their lands in the said counties. Signatures of John Savage and George Evelegh. English.
Montg.C. 7900. Indenture of grant by David ap Jevan ap David, yeoman, to John Griffith of Moel y Veiliarth, yeoman, and Maurice Lewes of Nantffyllon, gentleman, and to the heirs and assigns of the longer liver of them, of all his messuages, lands, &c. in Garthbeibio or elsewhere in the county to the use of John ap David, his son and heir apparent, and the heirs of his body by Jane daughter of Hugh ap David ap Griffith of Nantfyllon, yeoman; remainder to John ap David's right heirs. 1 November, 1595. Seal.
Endorsed with names of witnesses.