Sussex Fines
16-20 Edward II

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Institute of Historical Research

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L.F. Salzmann (editor)

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1916

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52-63

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'Sussex Fines: 16-20 Edward II', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 52-63. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65799 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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16 Edward II.

1607. Henry de Westden and Alice his wife (by Roger de Lynch) v. William de Northwyk; 2 messuages, 160 acres of land, 1½ acres of wood in Kunredeford and Westden; to Henry and Alice, with remainder to John son of said Henry and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Henry brother of John and heirs of his body or right heirs of Henry de Westden. (File 51. No. 1.)

1608. William de St. John and Eleanor his wife v. John de St. John and Isabel his wife; manors of Walbourton and Middelton in Sussex, and manor of Abbodestone in Southants; to William and Eleanor and heirs of their bodies to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent reversion to John and Isabel and heirs of John. (D.C.: File 32. No. 214.)

17 Edward II.

1609. Richard atte Merssh and Margaret his wife v. John de Cattefeld, chaplain; a messuage and 300 acres in Bysshopeston; to Richard and Margaret and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of Richard. (File 51. No. 2.)

1610. William son of William le Walsh v. John Stubbs of Cicestr' and Agnes his wife; a messuage in Cicestr'; to William for 100s. (File 51. No. 3.)

1611. Walter le Wolf v. Thomas Auenel; 2 messuages, 2 virgates, 7 acres of land, 3s. rent in Wormyngehurst and Esshyngton; to Walter for life with remainder to Niel son of said Walter and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to John brother of Niel and heirs of his body or right heirs of Walter. (File 51. No. 4.)

1612. Walter, Bishop of Exeter, v. Roger atte Watere and Cecily his wife; a messuage, 7 virgates of land, 10s. rent and a fifth of a knight's fee in Thorneye by Chudeham; Roger and Cecily remit to the Bishop and his church of St. Peter of Exeter for £20. This fine was made by order of the King. (File 51. No. 5.)

1613. Henry de Neuyle v. Edward de St. John and Alan de Islesfold; 2 messuages, 3 virgates, 8½ acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 20 acres of wood, 24s. rent in Tolinton, Petteworth, Doneketon and Loutegarsale; to Henry for life, with remainder to John son of Roger de Sheluestrod and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to Eve late the wife of Roger de Sheluestrod and her heirs. (File 51. No. 6.)

1614. Ralph de Camoys and Elizabeth his wife v. John de Hampton, rector of the church of Petteworth, and John le Wesseler, rector of the church of Chitehurst; manor of Cokham and advowson of hospital of St. Anthony of the same manor; John de Hampton and John le Wesseler grant two-thirds of the premises and reversion of the remaining third held by Edward de St. John and Eve his wife in dower of Eve to Ralph and Elizabeth for life, with remainder to Ralph their son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to John, brother, Margaret and Isabel, sisters of Ralph, or right heirs of Ralph de Camoys. [Dorso] The Prior of Heryngham puts in his claim. (File 51. No. 7.)

1615. John son of Gervase de Cherleton v. John de Writlynton, chaplain; a messuage, 10 acres of land, 1 rood of meadow in Sangelton (sic) and Cherleton; to John son of Gervase for life, with remainder to Robert de Estden and his heirs. (File 51 No. 8.)

1616. Reginald le Cartere and Julian his wife v. Peter Petyt and Isabel his wife; a messuage in New Shorham; to Reginald and Julian for 100s. (File 51. No. 9.)

1617. Lora de la Bisse (by William de Lucy) v. John de Boselingthorp; a fourth part of the manor of Heyshete; to Lora for 20 marks. (File 51. No. 10.)

1618. Walter de Stamerham and Alice his wife v. Simon Stedeman; a messuage and half a virgate in Horsham and Hechyngefelde; to Walter and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of Walter. (File 51. No. 11.)

1619. John le Freynshe of Brembre and Alice his wife (by Walter Wolf) v. Thomas de Hurst and Maud his wife; 2 messuages, a salt-pan, 13 acres of land in Suthlauncynge, Northlauncynge and Pende; to John and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of John, for £10. (File 51. No. 12.)

1620. Ralph Stacy v. Robert Heryng and Sibyl his wife; a messuage in New Shorham; to Ralph for 10 marks. (File 51. No. 13.)

1621. Geoffrey atte Broke and Agnes his wife v. John de Hennefeld and Maud his wife; 2½ messuages in Sefford; to Geoffrey and Agnes for £10. (File 51. No. 14.)

1622. Richard de Cobeham and Agnes v. John Arnold and Maud; a messuage in Lewes; to Richard and Agnes for 100s. (File 51. No. 15.)

1623. Richard son of William atte Churche of Ludesy v. Roger Daundeuill of Ludesy and Maud his wife; a messuage and 1 acre in Ludesy; to Richard for 10 marks. [Dorso] John le Clerk of Lyndeseye puts in his claim. (File 51. No. 16.)

1624. Geoffrey atte Broke and Agnes his wife v. William Erthe and Alice his wife, Henry atte Eldechirche and Gonnora his wife; a third part of a messuage in Sefford; to Geoffrey and Agnes for 40s. (File 51. No. 17.)

1625. Robert Goby and Alice his wife and Mabel their daughter v. William Goby; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, 4 acres of meadow in Hertinge and Estholte; to Robert and Alice and Mabel and heirs of Mabel for 20 marks. (File 51. No. 18.)

1626. Richard le White v. Stephen de Odelegh and Cristiana his wife; 2 messuages, 46 acres of land, 13 acres of wood in Iwehurst; to Richard for 100 marks. (File 51. No. 19.)

1627. John Lyuet and Margaret his wife v. John de Cattesfeld, rector of the church of Whatlynton; a messuage, 200 acres of land, 26 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture and 60s. rent in Firle and Bedingeham; to John and Margaret. (File 51. No. 20.)

1628. William son of Richard de Dudelesfold and John his brother v. Richard de Dudelesfold; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 20 acres of wood, 5s. 2d. rent in Petteworth; to Richard to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and John and heirs of John. (File 51. No. 21.)

1629. Hugh de Neuill the younger v. Hugh de Neuill the elder; manor of Suthstok, advowson of the church, 20 messuages, 400 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 200 acres of wood, 41s. rent and rent of 10 hens in Lunnemenstre, Madhurst, Grapham, Waltham, Erthham, Reggewyk, Wysebergh and Arundell; to Hugh the younger and heirs of his body to hold by render of £40 yearly during his life and afterwards by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent remainder to Hugh the elder and his heirs. (File 51. No. 22.)

18 Edward II.

1630. Thomas de Weyuile v. Simon Waleys; half of a messuage and of 300 acres in Bisshopeston which Margaret late the wife of Richard atte Mersh holds for life; reversion to Thomas for £20. [Dorso] Roger le Waleys puts in his claim. Julian le Waleys puts in her claim. (File 51. No. 23.)

1631. Nigel de Brok and Maud his wife (by Henry de Wykwan) v. Thomas Auenel; manors of Launcynge and Alebourn; Thomas grants two-thirds of the manors and reversion of remaining third held in dower by Ascelina late the wife of [? Thur]stan de Brok to Nigel and Maud and heirs of the body of Nigel, with contingent remainder to Maud sister of Nigel and heirs of her body, in default of such heirs the manor of Launcynge to remain to right heirs of Nigel and manor of Alebourn to Robert de Brok and heirs of his body, or in default of such to the right heirs of the said [? Nigel]. (File 51. No. 24.)

1632. Hugh le Despenser, Earl of Winchester, v. Alina, late the wife of John de Moubray; castle and manor of Brembre, manors of Knappe, Shorham, Horsham and Beaubusson, 3000 acres of wood in Brembre which William de Brewosa the elder holds for life; Alina grants reversion to the Earl to hold of the King, for 1000 marks. This fine was made by the King's order. (File 51. No. 25.)

1633. Robert Frenshe and Agnes his wife v. John Giffard; a messuage, 34 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 7 acres of pasture, 1 acre of wood in Sidlesham; to Robert and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of Robert. (File 51. No. 26.)

1634. Simon son of John le Bakere of Heddelegh v. John le Bakere of Heddelegh and Cristiana his wife; a messuage and 8 acres in Maghefeld; to John and Cristiana to hold for life by render of 22d. yearly, with reversion to Simon and his heirs. (File 51. No. 27.)

1635. William de Merle and Joan his wife v. Robert le Mareschal, chaplain; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 18 acres of meadow in Pulbergh; to William and Joan and heirs of William. (File 51. No. 28.)

1636. Richard de Heghes (by William de Hurst) v. Henry Costard and Alice his wife; a messuage, 4 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow in Ofham; to Richard for 10 marks. (File 51. No. 29.)

1637. Peter Tyrel of Cycestre and Isabel his wife v. William Sturmy of la Manewode and Joan his wife; 2 messuages in the suburb of Cycestr'; to Peter and Isabel for 100s. (File 51. No. 30.)

1638. Ralph de Palyng and Isabel daughter of John de Ernelee v. John de Hasfold; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 15s. rent and rent of 1½ pounds of wax, 18 bushels of salt in Rousteton, Est Angmering, Kyngeston and Launsyngg', which Robert de Holte holds for life; reversion to Ralph and Isabel and heirs of body of Ralph, with contingent remainder to John le Portereue of Seford and Joan his wife and heirs of body of Joan, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of Ralph. (File 51. No. 31.)

1639. John Gatelond v. John de Hasfold and Joan his wife; a messuage, 82 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow, 117s. 6¼d. rent and rent of 5 pounds of wax, 18 bushels of salt in Kyngeston, Roustiton, Est Angemeryngg', Launsyngg', Lunemenstre and Wysbergh; to John and Joan for life, with remainder to Ralph de Palyngg' and Isabel daughter of John de Erneleye and heirs of body of Ralph, with contingent remainders to John le Portereue of Seford and Joan his wife and heirs of body of Joan, or right heirs of Joan wife of John de Hasfold. (File 51. No. 32.)

1640. Hugh le Despenser, Earl of Winchester, v. Alina, late the wife of John de Moubray; manors of Fyndon, Wassyndon, Bedyng, Westgrenestede and Kyngesbernes which Mary, late the wife of William de Brewosa, holds in dower; Alina grants the reversion to the Earl to hold of the King, for £300. This fine was made by the King's command. (File 51. No. 33.)

1641. Roger son of Walter atte Wode v. Walter atte Wode; 30 acres of land, 7 acres of wood in Waldern; to Walter for life to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Roger and his heirs. (File 51. No. 34.)

1642. Thomas Tregoz and Joan his wife v. John de Perham; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood and 13s. rent in Perham; to John for life to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Thomas and Joan and heirs of Thomas. (File 51. No. 35.)

1643. John le Lynter of Dene v. John son of Peter de Dene and Peter Lacy of Harpeting; a messuage, 83 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 14d. rent in Pydyngho; to John le Lynter for life, with remainder to Peter le Lynter for life, with remainder to John de Grauetye and Agnes his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John le Lynter. (File 51. No. 36.)

1644. Robert de Peplesham and Joan his wife (by Bertram de Sutwerk) v. John, rector of church of Wathlington, and Thomas, vicar of church of Bexle; manor of Peplesham, 34 acres of land, £4 8s. rent in Bekkele, Nimenefeld, Bexle, Bolewarhethe, Hoo and Battle (villa de Bello); John and Thomas grant to Robert and Joan and heirs of Robert the manor and land and reversions of 44s. rent held for life by Thomas Wardedieu and Petronilla his wife and of 44s. rent held for life by Katherine, late the wife of Walter Wulsy. (File 51. No. 37.)

1645. Robert de Brommore v. John de Argente[m]; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 5s. 6d. rent in Bridham which John Chauntemerle and Alice his wife hold in dower of Alice; reversion to Robert for 100 marks. (File 51. No. 38.)

1646. William de Werthe the younger v. William de Werthe the elder; a messuage, 3½ virgates of land, 59s. 8d. in Little Horstede, Retherfeld, Yewherst, Pesemersh and Northihamme; to William the elder to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William the younger and his heirs. (File 51. No. 39.)

1647. Thomas de Suththorp (by John de Assheby) v. William de Northho the elder; half a messuage and quarter of a virgate in Erthinglegh; to Thomas for 10 marks. (File 51. No. 40.)

1648. William de Tokyngershe and Alice his wife v. Thomas de Walkstede; a messuage, 1 virgate and 80 acres of land, 20 acres of wood, 4s. rent in Wadeherst; Thomas grants to William and Alice for life, after their death (a) the messuage, wood, rent and 40 acres of land shall remain to Henry their son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Andrew and John his brothers, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of William; (b) 20 acres of land, of which 10 acres lie in a field called Bakeres and 10 acres in a field called Hikwylekyns, shall remain to Andrew and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to John and Henry or heirs of William; (c) 20 acres lying in a field called Collond shall remain to John and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Andrew and Henry or heirs of William. (File 51. No. 41.)

1649. Richard de Aldeswurth v. Richard Emmory; a messuage and 1 carucate in Suthertynges, Esthertynges and [? Rogate]; to Richard Emmory for life, with remainder to John his younger son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Adam brother of John and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Richard Emmory. (File 51. No. 42.)

19 Edward II.

1650. William de Northo the elder v. Robert le Fraunkeleyn, rector of church of Edburton, and John Vilers; a messuage, 70 acres of land, 50s. rent and half of a mill, 8 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture and 8 acres of wood in Edburton, Suthwyk, Wodemannecote and Westmeston; to William for life, with remainder to his son William and Denise his wife and heirs of said William. (File 52. No. 1.)

1651. William atte Rye v. William de Herlyngg', vicar of church of Fremfeld; a messuage and 1 carucate in Rottyngden; to William atte Rye for life, with remainder to his son William and Sarra his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William atte Rye. (File 52. No. 2.)

1652. Nicholas de Ledderede, cornmongere, and Julian his wife v. Robert le Spicer and Sarra his wife; a messuage in Lewes; to Nicholas and Julian for 40s. (File 52. No. 3.)

1653. Robert de Mannyngeford, vicar of church of Fyndone, v. John le Frenshe and Alice his wife; a messuage, 28 acres of land and half of 50 acres of pasture in Thornwyk; to Robert for 20 marks. [Dorso] Robert son and heir of Robert le Frensch puts in his claim. (File 52. No. 4.)

1654. John son of John de Sutton v. Ralph de Parstepe and Maud his wife; 2 acres 3 roods in Sutton; to John for 100s. (File 52. No. 5.)

1655. Robert le Poer de Wytham and Lucy his wife v. Master Geoffrey de Hegham; £11 rent and rent of 3 quarters of salt in Peuenesheye; to Robert and Lucy and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of Robert. (File 52. No. 6.)

1656. Richard Todder v. Robert Monnyng and Alice his wife; 3 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, half an acre of moor in Pulbergh; to Richard for 100s. (File 52. No. 7.)

1657. William de Seuebech of Arundel and Julian his wife and William his son v. William de Burgham of Soutbienstede and Joan his wife; 24 acres in Walburton; to William and Joan for life, with remainder to William son of William de Seuebech and his heirs. (File 52. No. 8.)

1658. John de Boys v. William Arnold; a messuage, 36 acres of land, 6d. rent, half an acre of wood in Wythyham; to William for life to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to John and his heirs. (File 52. No. 9.)

1659. Ralph de Camoys and Elizabeth his wife and John their son (by William de Hurst in place of Elizabeth and as guardian of John) v. Richard Joydewyne and Agnes his wife; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 60 acres of wood in Wollauyngton; to Ralph and Elizabeth for life, with remainder to John and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Ralph and Hugh, brothers of John, heirs of their bodies, or heirs of Ralph de Camoys. (File 52. No. 10.)

1660. William de Lonesford and Margery his wife v. William de Passele; 2 messuages, 2 carucates of land, 9 acres of meadow, 12 acres of wood, 52s. rent and rent of 2 pounds of pepper in Salherst and Burghersh; to William and Margery and heirs male of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of William de Lonesford. (File 52. No. 11.)

1661. Thomas Halli and Isabel his wife (by John atte Welle) v. John atte Stoke and Laurencia his wife; a messuage in Stenyng; to Thomas and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Thomas, for 10 marks. (File 52. No. 12.)

1662. Thomas Tregoz (by William de Northwyk) v. Robert de Fyndon Mouner and Isabel his wife; 12 acres in Gorynge; to Thomas for £10. (File 52. No. 13.)

1663. John atte Homwode and Alice his wife v. John atte Groue; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, 10d. rent in Coufolde and Westegrenestede; to John atte Homwode and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of Alice. (File 52. No. 14.)

1664. Thomas de Hastyngg' and Joan his wife (by Nicholas Kempe) v. Stephen, Bishop of London; a messuage, 120 acres of marsh in Hoo, manors of Holynton and Norhye and advowson of chapel of manor of Norhye; manor of Norhye to Thomas for life, messuage, marsh, manor of Holynton and advowson to Thomas and Joan and heirs of their bodies, in default of such heirs the whole premises to remain to William son of said Thomas and the heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Thomas. (File 52. No. 15.)

1665. William de Kechenhamme v. Thomas de Lurdingstret; a messuage, 55 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 15 acres of wood, 12s. rent in Pesemerse; to William for life, with remainder to John his son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Alice and Joan, sisters of John, heirs of their bodies, or heirs of William [Dorse] William de Passeley puts in his claim. (File 52. No. 16.)

1666. William le Hay and Maud his wife v. Peter atte Mulle and Alice his wife; a messuage, 60 acres of land in Billyngeshurst; to Peter and Alice to hold for life of Alice by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and Maud and heirs of Maud. (File 52. No. 17.)

1667. John, Bishop of Cycestr', (by William de Hurst) v. Robert le Spicer of Lewes and Sarra his wife; a messuage, 4½ acres of land and a ferry over the water of Beselenesbote by Sefford in Bisshopeston; to the Bishop for £20. (File 52. No. 18.)

1668. James de Craule of Peuensee and Margery his wife v. Thomas de la Berne of Estgrensted and Agnes his wife; 6 acres 3 roods of land, 18d. rent and half of a messuage and a garden in Pydyngehoo and Southenouere; to James and Margaret for 40s. (File 52. No. 19.)

1669. Reginald le Cartere and Julian his wife and John their son v. John le Blake and Sibyl his wife; a messuage in New Shorham; to Reginald and Julian for life, with remainder to John their son and his heirs. (File 52. No. 20.)

1670. John de Plessy v. John le Ferour of Litleton; 2 messuages in suburb of Cicestr'; to John le Ferour for life to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to John de Plessy and heirs. (File 52. No. 21.)

1671. Alice de Neuile v. Nicholas de Neuile; a messuage, 15 acres of land, 1 rood of meadow and pasture for 75 sheep in Aluricheston; to Nicholas to hold for life by rent of 6s. 8d. yearly, with reversion to Alice and her heirs. [Dorso] John de Hadresham and Nicholaa his wife put in their claim. (File 52. No. 22.)

1672. Richard son of William atte Churche of Ludesye v. Roger Daundeuile and Maud his wife; a messuage and half an acre in Aldynggeburn; to Richard for 20 marks. (File 52. No. 23.)

1673. William de Fisshebourn, Robert de la Houke and Alice de Bradebrigg' v. Roger Papilon; a messuage, a mill, 50 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow in Boseham; to William, Robert and Alice and heirs of body of Alice, to hold of the King, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. This fine was made by command of the King. (File 52. No. 24.)

1674. Thomas Tregoz v. Robert de Ouerton; manor of Goryng, excepting advowson of church; to Thomas and heirs male of his body, with contingent remainders to Henry, brother of Thomas, and heirs male of his body, or right heirs of Thomas. (File 52. No. 25.)

1675. Thomas Tregoz v. Robert de Ouerton; manor of Dadesham; to Thomas, with remainders as in last fine. (File 52. No. 26.)

20 Edward II.

1676. John Moyne and Cecily his wife (by John atte Halle) v. William Prikloue, rector of church of St. Pancras, Cicestr'; manor of Eggele; to John and Cecily and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of John. (File 52. No. 27.)

1677. John de Kyngesfold and Agnes his wife (by Walter Wolf) v. Adam atte Shirmerke of Wernham; a messuage and half and a quarter of a half of a virgate in Rousparre and Wernham; to John and Agnes and heirs of John. (File 52. No. 28.)

1678. Albreda, late the wife of William le Teynturer of la Clyue v. Walter Reynald of Craule; 3 messuages, a mill, a carucate of land, 10s. rent in Suthmallyngg', Ryngmere and Clyue; to Albreda for life, with reversion to Alice daughter of the said Walter and heirs of her body, with contingent remainders to Walter, William and Thomas, brothers of Alice, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Albreda. (File 52. No. 29.)

1679. Richard Pyioun of Pulberghe and Alice his wife v. Robert Monnyng of Pulberghe and Alice his wife; 12 acres of land, 1 acre of moor in Pulberghe; to Richard and Alice for 10 marks. (File 52. No. 30.)

1680. Geoffrey atte Broke and Agnes his wife v. Ralph de Partstepe; a messuage, 50 acres of land, 20 acres of heath (bruere) in Excete; to Geoffrey and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders to Richard son of Geoffrey and heirs of his body, Joan, Margaret and Julian, sisters of Richard, and heirs of body of Julian, or right heirs of Geoffrey. (File 52. No. 31.)

1681. John de Radyndene and Joan his wife (by William de Lichepole) v. William de Harlyngg', vicar of church of Fremfeld, and William Hamelyn, vicar of church of Flechyngg'; a messuage and a carucate in Flechyngg'; to John and Joan and heirs male of their bodies, with contingent remainders to Maud de Radyndene and heirs of her body, or right heirs of John. (File 52. No. 32.)

1682. John Walrond v. William son of John Walrond; a messuage, 6 acres of wood, 16d. rent, half a virgate of land in Horstedekeynes; to John for life to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 52. No. 33.)

1683. John de Holeford and Julian his wife v. Robert Colbrond of Wertlyngge; a messuage, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of wood, 1 virgate of land excepting 18 acres of land in Chagelegh; to John and Julian for life, remainder to Thomas their son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Julian, sister of Thomas, heirs of her body, and Agnes, younger sister of Julian, and her heirs. (File 52. No. 34.)

1684. Andrew de Budyton v. Hugh de Budyton; a messuage, 3 virgates of land, 5 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 2 acres of wood, 9s. rent in Budyton and Eseburne; to Hugh for life, remainder to John de Eseburne and Roesia his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders to Andrew son of Stephen le Hauberger and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Hugh. (File 52. No. 35.)

1685. John atte Wyke v. Walter Fysh and Maud his wife; a messuage and 1 virgate in Brede; to John for 100s. (File 52. No. 36.)

1686. William Danel and Maud his wife v. Simon le Clerk of Seleseye; a messuage and 3½ acres in Seleseye; to William and Maud and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of William. (File 52. No. 37.)

1687. John atte Nasshe v. Luke le Parker of Fyndon and Alice his wife; a messuage and 10 acres in Fyndon; to John to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, reversion to Luke and Alice and heirs of Luke. (File 52. No. 38.)