Sussex Fines
21-25 Edward III

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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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120-131

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'Sussex Fines: 21-25 Edward III', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 120-131. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65804 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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21 Edward III.

2045. John son of William de Morwod of Hidenye and Beatrice his wife (by John de Kirkeby) v. Henry de Lauynton, rector of Southheigton, and Thomas de Wyke; half the manor of Hidenye; to John and Beatrice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 62. No. 1.)

2046. John atte Cleye and Julian his wife v. John de Weston, rector of the church of Sullyngton, and Richard Thomas, chaplain; a messuage, 1 virgate 7 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 1 acre of moor in Sullyngton and Thakham; to John and Julian and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to Roger, son of John Adam de Ofham, and Isabel, daughter of Henry le Taillour, and heirs of their bodies, or to Adam de Ofham, chaplain, and his heirs. (File 62. No. 2.)

2047. Henry de Gate of Arundell v. Thomas de Warnecamp and Joan his wife; land 109 feet in length and 35 feet in breadth in Arundell; to Henry for 100s. (File 62. No. 3.)

2048. Thomas Sauage of Borbech and Cecily his wife (by William de Neubrug) v. John Bacheler and Joan his wife; a messuage, 12 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow in Sountynge; to Thomas and Cecily for 20 marks. (File 62. No. 4.)

2049. John de Couert, chivaler, and Margaret his wife v. John de Boxgraue and Joan his wife; a messuage, 55 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 1 acre of wood, 6d. rent in Sullyngton; to John de Couert and Margaret and heirs of Margaret for 20 marks. (File 62. No. 5.)

2050. William Engelonde v. John Storrok of Estgrenstede and Agnes his wife; 4½ acres in Estgrenstede; to William for 100s. (File 62. No. 6.)

2051. William de Neubrigg v. Richard Tyson the younger and Lucy his wife; 3 acres of meadow in Wysbergh; to William for 10 marks. (File 62. No. 7.)

2052. Geoffrey de Twywell, chaplain, and Richard de Felde v. John le Mareschal of Changeton and Elizabeth [his wife]; manor of Changeton, half the manor of Bungeton, and the advowson of the church of the same manor of Bungeton and 30 acres [of land in] Bungeton; the premises,—including reversions of a mill and 1 acre in Bungeton which Walter Pykard and Lucy his wife held for life, and of 15 acres there which Stephen Poyntel held for life, and of 10 acres in Changeton which Gilbert atte [? More] held for life, and of 5 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood there which John de Mo[ungomery] held for life, and of a mill, 66 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow there which the same John held for a term of 10 years,—to Geoffrey and Richard and heirs of Geoffrey for [ ] marks. [Dorse] Roger son of Roger atte Claye puts in his claim. Nigel de Brok and Olive his wife put in their claim. (File 62. No. 8.)

2053. John Adam v. John le Palmere, chaplain, and William Godefray, chaplain; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 12d. rent in Westhorny; to John Adam for life, remainder to William son of Thomas in the Lane and Julian his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John Adam. (File 62. No. 9.)

2054. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Robert son of Nicholas Vilers and William his brother; manor of Treford; to the Earl for 100 marks. (File 62. No. 10.)

2055. Walter Kyng v. Thomas de Pelham and Agnes his wife; 6½ acres in Hurst Mounceux; to Walter for 10 marks. (File 62. No. 11.)

2056. John de Boudon v. William Fraunkeleyn and Thomas Barret; 9 messuages, a toft, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of wood, 7s. rent in Kenredford; to John for life, remainder to John de Gildesburgh and Elizabeth daughter of the said John de Boudon and the heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John de Boudon. (File 62. No. 12.)

2057. George de Codymere v. John son of Thomas le Hunte and Florence his wife; a toft, a garden, 4 acres of land in Billyngesherst; to George for 10 marks. (File 62. No. 13.)

2058. John, son of Walter Perpound, and Joan, daughter of Ralph de Polyng (by William de Neubrigg', guardian of Joan) v. Richard de Ernele and John Pechard; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 100 acres of pasture, 5s. 6d. rent in Houue; the premises, including reversion of 12 acres of the said carucate, held for life by Alice late the wife of Walter Perpound, to John and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 62. No. 14.)

2059. Thomas Warnekamp and Joan his wife v. Henry South, chaplain; 2 messuages, 3 tofts, 4½ acres of land in Arundell; the premises, including reversion of a messuage which John le Turnour and Asceline his wife held in dower, to Thomas and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to Joan daughter of John le Turnour of Neubrigg' for life and then to right heirs of Thomas. (File 62. No. 15.)

2060. Stephen Parage v. Adam de Canefeld and Maud his wife and Robert de Guldeford and Joan his wife; a messuage, 22 acres of land, 2 acres of wood in Ruggewyk; to Stephen for £20. (File 62. No. 16.)

2061. [Henry Husee] v. Joan late the wife of Walter de Huntyngfeld; a ferry across the water of Pulbergh and half the manor of Pulbergh with the advowsons [of the churches of Pulbergh] and Ruggewyk; half of the manor, the advowsons and the reversion of the ferry, held for life by William Peuesy and Alice his wife, to Henry for life, remainder to Henry, [son of the said] Henry, and Elizabeth, daughter of John de Bohun of Midhurst, and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders successively to heirs of the body of Henry son of Henry, Richard son of Henry Husee and heirs of his body, heirs of Henry Husee by the body of Katherine his wife, Elizabeth daughter of Henry Husee and heirs of her body, or John de Huntyngfeld, chivaler, and his heirs. (File 62. No. 17.)

2062. Henry Husee, chivaler, v. Joan late the wife of Walter de Huntyngfeld; 3 messuages, a toft, 2 carucates 4 virgates of land in Wenham, Westholte and Houwyk, Hundred of Dempford, the advowson of the Abbey of Dureford and the manor of Hertyngge, excepting the advowson of the church of the same manor; to Henry for life, remainders as in last fine—excepting a messuage and 2 virgates of land in the manor, which go to Henry for the life of William le Baker and then to Henry de Huntyngfeld and his heirs. (File 62. No. 18.)

2063. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. John de Alresford and John Sprot, chaplain; castle, vill and manor of Arundell and manors of Estden, Sangelton, Stanstede, Bourn, Palyngham, Dunhurst, Legh, Wollayngton, Wynworth, Grafham, Alueredesham, Cockyng, Leuemenstre, Polyng, Northstok, Wepham, Ofham, Storteton, Preston, Esthamptonet, West Hamptonet, Wolbedyng, Pynkhurst, Foer and Ouerfold, and hundreds of Westborn, Syngelton, Eseborne, Box, Stokkebrugg', Auesford, Bury, Rutherbrugge, Westesewrithe and Polyng, and the return of the King's writs in those hundreds, and the forest and chaces of Arundell in Sussex, and the castles, vills and manors of Clone, Oswaldestr' and Shrewardyn, and manors of Ruton, Bokenhull, Clombury, Dodyton, Heythe, Stretton, Westhepe, Lydeleye, Conede, Acton, Rounde, Wroxcestr', Upton, Dalylee, Alghampston and Hyntes in Salop, and the castle, vill and manor of Castellacre and manors of Buston and Milham in Norfolk, and the manors of Kyuele and Knyghton and half the manor of Bulkyndon by Kyuele in Wilts, and the manor of Chepyng Norton in Oxon.; the premises—including reversions of Westhamptonet, Wolbedyng, Pynkhurst, Foer and Ouerfolde, held by Eve de Sancto Johanne for life, and of manor of Alghampston, held by Isoult de Cheyne for life, and of manor of Hyntes, held by Margaret de Hyntes for life, and of castle, vill and manor of Castellacre and manor of Buston, held by John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, for life, and of the half (of the manor of Bulkyndon) held by John de Kyuele for life—to the Earl, to hold of the King, for life, after his death the property in Sussex to go to Eleanor daughter of Henry de Lancastre the elder, late Earl of Lancaster, for life; after her death this property to remain with his other estates to heirs male of the bodies of the said Earl and Eleanor, with contingent remainders to Richard de Arundell the younger and heirs male of his body or right heirs of the Earl. [Dorse] Edmund de Aroundell son of Isabel daughter of Hugh son of Hugh le Despenser puts in his claim. (D.C.: File 43. No. 401.)

2064. Walter de Idle and Joan his wife v. Thomas de Sherbourn, rector of the church of Saperton, and Robert de Teynton, rector of the church of Broderysyndon; half of the manors of Broderysyndon and Saperton and advowsons of the churches of the same manors in Gloucestershire, and half the manor of Pulbergh in Sussex; to Walter and Joan and heirs of body of Walter, contingent remainder to Henry Husee, chivaler, for life, with further remainder to his son Henry and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to heirs of the body of (sic) Henry Husee by Katherine his wife, or to his daughter Elizabeth and heirs of her body, or to right heirs of Walter. (D.C.: File 43. No. 407b.)

22 Edward III.

2065. Peter Mulleward of Bulsham and Julian his wife (by John Vyncent) v. Robert Mulleward of Bulsham; a messuage and 1 virgate in Yabiton and Bulsham; to Peter and Julian and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to heirs of body of Peter, heirs of body of Julian, or right heirs of Peter. (File 62. No. 19.)

2066. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. John de Ferers, chivaler, and Margaret his wife; manor of Estangemeryng and advowsons of church of Estangemeryng and chantry of the altar of the Blessed Mary in the same church; the premises, including reversion of 12 acres held by Elias de Clympesfold and Agnes his wife for life, to the Earl for 500 marks. (File 62. No. 20.)

2067. Stephen de Apsele and Agnes his wife (by William de Neubrigg') v. William le Power, rector of the church of Thakham, and Henry le Taillour; 5 messuages and 2 virgates in Thakham; the premises—including reversions of a messuage and a third of 2 virgates held by Gilbert Campion and Joan his wife and Richard their son for life, and of a messuage and a quarter of 2 virgates held by Thomas Brouns for life, and of a messuage held by William Payn for life, and of a messuage that Ralph Muleward and Helewise his wife held for life—to Stephen and Agnes for life, remainder to John son of the said Stephen and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Thomas brother of John and heirs of his body, or Stephen brother of Thomas and his heirs. (File 62. No. 21.)

2068. Richard atte Dene of Pernestede and Margery his wife v. Robert de Rotford and John Tille; 3 messuages, a mill, 1 carucate 25 acres of land, 8s. rent in Westbourne and Raketon; the premises—including reversions of a third of a messuage and of the said land, held in dower by Isabel late the wife of Geoffrey atte Dene, and of two-thirds of a messuage and of the said land, held by John de Clanefeld for life, and of the said mill and rent, held by the same John and Alice his wife for life—to Richard and Margery for life, remainder to Geoffrey, son of Richard atte Dene, and Joan, daughter of Robert de Rotford, and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Richard. (File 62. No. 22.)

2069. William de Fifhide and Joan his wife v. Robert de Bulkemoure and Anastasie his wife; manor of Shirmanbury and 100 acres of wood in Coufolde, Slagham and Gosedenne and advowson of the church of the said manor; to William and Joan and heirs of Joan for 100 marks. (File 62. No. 23.)

2070. Thomas le Whyte of Cicestre v. John son of Thomas Saucer and Maud his wife; a messuage and 4s. rent in Cicestre; to Thomas for 20 marks. (File 62. No. 24.)

2071. William de Fifhide and Joan his wife v. John de Islebon and Sybil his wife; manor of Shirmanbury and 100 acres of wood, 40s. 6d. rent in Shirmanbury, Coufold, Slagham and Gosedenne, and advowson of church of the same manor; to William and Joan and heirs of Joan for 100 marks. (File 62. No. 25.)

2072. Richard Botiller and John Gunter v. John de Preston and Maud his wife; a messuage and 1 carucate in Estlouente; to Richard and John and heirs of Richard for 20 marks. (File 62. No. 26.)

2073. John de Stopeham and Isabel his wife and Eve late the wife of John atte Forde of Stopeham v. John de Fereres, chivaler, and Margaret his wife; 12 acres of land, 16 acres of wood in Chiltyngton, which John de Geynesford held for life; reversion to John de Stopeham, Isabel and Eve and heirs of bodies of John and Isabel, contingent remainders to Thomas de Yabeton and Joan his wife, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John de Stopeham. (File 62. No. 27.)

2074. Ralph atte Roweberne and Joan his wife v. Walter Crochun and Beatrice his wife; a messuage, 2 mills, 1½ virgates of land, 10 acres of meadow in Wysbergh, excepting 2 chambers and a chapel in the said messuage; Walter and Beatrice grant all their rights in the premises during the life of Beatrice to Ralph and Joan and the heirs of Joan, Ralph in return agreeing that he and his heirs will pay to them during the life of Beatrice 13 marks yearly at the four usual terms and conceding the right to distrain on his goods in a messuage and 2 carucates of land in Esthorslegh in Surrey. [Dorse] William de Beruesfold puts in his claim. (File 62. No. 28.)

2075. Walter Crochun and Beatrice his wife v. Robert de Sussex, rector of the church of West Waltham; 5 messuages, 140 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 20s. rent in Tolyton. Myntested and Esebourne; to Walter and Beatrice and heirs of their bodies, failing such heirs 1 messuage, 14 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 18s. rent shall remain to Edward son of Thomas de Alta Ripa for life and on his death shall pass with the remainder of the property to Thomas de Alta Ripa and the heirs of his body, contingent remainders to John brother of Thomas, heirs of his body, or Hugh brother of John and his heirs. (File 62. No. 29.)

2076. John son of (Sir) Thomas Colepeper, Knight, v. Simon de Hechynghamme and Alice his wife; manor of Wyggeselle and 4 messuages, 400 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 300 acres of wood, 60s. rent in Salherst, Westefelde, Pesemersshe and Setlescombe; the premises, including homage and services of the Master of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew of la Rye and his successors, James de Echynghamme, Knight, John Cressy, John Alard and Simon Brabon and their heirs, to John for 200 marks. (File 62. No. 30.)

2077. John le Frensshe, citizen and goldsmith of London, v. John de Wyghtrynge, citizen of Cicestr', and Isabel his wife; a messuage and garden in Cicestre; to John de Wyghtrynge and Isabel for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to John le Frensshe and his heirs. (File 62. No. 31.)

2078. John de Kepston and Alice his wife v. William Toppe and Agnes his wife; a messuage in Lonemenstre; to John and Alice for 20 marks. (File 62. No. 32.)

2079. William Daber v. Roger Daber and Alice his wife; a messuage and 2 acres in Craule and Ifeld; to William. (File 62. No. 33.)

2080. John Bardolf of Wyrmegeye and Elizabeth his wife v. Edmund Goneuyll, clerk, and John de Lenn, clerk; manor of Bercompe; reversions of the manor (excepting 200 acres of wood) held for term of 4 years by Elizabeth de Burgh, and of the 200 acres of wood held by William de Cockes and William Swon for life, to John and Elizabeth and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to right heirs of John, for 100 marks. (File 62. No. 34.)

[N.B.—This fine was levied on the morrow of Ascension Day; by a previous fine (File 62, No. 35), levied 3 weeks after Easter, John Bardolf had transferred the same reversions to Gonevyll and Lenn for 100 marks.]

2081. John atte Felde and Alice his wife v. Adam atte Sonde; a messuage, 20 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 3d. rent in Billyngeshurst; the premises, with homage and services of William le Carpenter and Emma his wife, Robert atte Hulle and Maud his wife, and Thomas Gylemyn and their heirs, to John and Alice for life, remainder to their son Thomas and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Thomas's brothers Richard or John, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John atte Felde. (File 62. No. 36.)

2082. Eve late the wife of Edward de Sancto Johanne v. John Masselyn, rector of the church of Ludeshelue, William Adam, rector of the church of Nytymbre, and William de Preston; manor of Berlauynton and advowson of the priory of Heryngham; to Eve and the heirs of her body by her late husband Edward de Sancto Johanne, contingent remainder to right heirs of Eve. (File 62. No. 37.)

2083. John de Islesfold and Maud his wife (by William Tauk) v. Richard de Badekefold; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 20 acres of heath, 7s. 5d. rent and rent of a pound of cummin in Cunredeford; to John and Maud for 100 marks. (File 62. No. 38.)

2084. Eve late the wife of Edward de Sancto Johanne v. Seffrid son of William de Wauncy and Alice his wife; manor of Cotes; to Eve for 100 marks. (File 62. No. 39.)

2085. John le Squyer of Midhurst v. Thomas Leycorn of Farnham and Alice his wife; a shop in Midhurst; to John for 10 marks. (File 62. No. 40.)

2086. John Dymmok v. John son of John atte Doune and Joan his wife; 6 acres in Chyntyng; to John Dymmok for 100s. (File 62. No. 41.)

23 Edward III.

2087. Michael de Ponyngges, chivaler (by William de Roderham), v. William Boteuilleyn, chivaler; manor of Perchyng; to Michael for 100 marks. [Dorse] Thomas Wale, chivaler, and Nicholaa his wife put in their claim. (File 63. No. 1.)

2088. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. John son of Luke de Vyenna; manor of Codelawe and advowson of church of same vill, which William Caumbray and Letice his wife held for life of Letice; reversion to the Earl for 100 marks. (File 63. No. 2.)

2089. William de Fifhide v. Alice de Roydon, cousin and heir of Richard de Hangelton; a messuage, 5 virgates of land, 12s. rent in Alrynton (sic); to Alice for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, then to her daughter Julian for life on same terms, reversion to William and his heirs. (File 63. No. 3.)

2090. William de Fifhide v. Thomas de Berkham son of John de Berkham; manor of Berkham and 6s. rent in Flecchyng, Hertfeld and Badardeshurst; the rent, with homage and services of John de Leukenore of Reuefeld, John Pentecost and John Coleman and their heirs, three-quarters of the manor and reversion of remaining quarter, held in dower by John de Cressy and Alice his wife, to Thomas for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to William and his heirs. (File 63. No. 4.)

2091. John de Cressy of Westefelde, the elder, and Alice his wife (by John de Ofham) v. Thomas son of Oliver de Cressy; manor of Westefelde and a mill and 26s. rent in Westefelde, Mundefelde and Hoo; to John and Alice for life, remainder to John son of the said John and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to his brothers Oliver or Thomas, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John de Cressy. (File 63. No. 5.)

2092. Luke de Ponyngges and Isabel his wife v. Michael de Ponyngges; manors of Halfnaked, Walberton, Bernham and Midelton in Sussex, and manor of Neubury by Dertford in Kent; premises—including reversions of manor of Walberton, held in dower by Gerard de Insula and Elizabeth his wife, and of a third of the manor of Neubury, held in dower by Thomas de Aspale and Mirabel his wife—to Luke and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Luke. [Dorse] John de Sancto Philiberto and Margaret his wife put in their claim. (D.C.: File 43. No. 442.)

24 Edward III.

2093. Henry Tregoz, chivaler, and Joan his wife (by William de Neubrigg') v. Robert de Ouerton, rector of the church of Garynges, and William Pomeray, rector of the church of Bargham; manor of Bargham and advowson of church of same vill; the advowson and the reversion of the manor, of which one half is held by Joan late the wife of Thomas Tregoz in dower and the other half is held by the same Joan for life; to Henry and Joan for life, remainder to Henry son of the same Henry and heirs of his body, contingent remainder to right heirs of Henry Tregoz. (File 63. No. 6.)

2094. Roger de Couert v. Richard de Couert; manor of Bradebrugg' and 1 carucate of land, 21s. rent in Asshyngton and Burgham and advowson of the church of Asshyngton, held by Margaret late the wife of John de Couert for life, with remainder to Baldwin Moigne for life; reversion to Roger. (File 63. No. 7.)

2095. Stephen Power and Isabel his wife v. Robert Blot', rector of the church of Thacham, and Roger Callard; 2 messuages, a mill, 2 carucates half a virgate of land, 28 acres of meadow, 120 acres of pasture, 22 acres of wood, £10 rent in Thacham, Sillyngton, Wassyngton, Shepeleye and Warnham, and advowson of church of vill of Thacham; to Stephen and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Stephen. (File 63. No. 8.)

2096. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Richard de Couert; manor of Sullyngton and advowson of church of same vill, held by Margaret late the wife of John de Couert for life, with remainder to Baldwin le Moigne for life; reversion to the Earl for £100. (File 63. No. 9.)

2097. Thomas de Weston the younger and Alice his wife v. John son of William de Bourstowe; a messuage, 2 carucates of land, 6 acres of meadow, 100 acres of wood, £4 rent in Bokestede, Flechchyng and Grenstede; to Thomas and Alice and heirs of the body of Alice, contingent remainder to right heirs of Thomas. (File 63. No. 10.)

2098. John atte Sonde, rector of the church of Westhothlegh, and John Gladewyne and Denise his wife; 15 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 5s. rent, a rent of 4 bushels of salt and half a messuage in Southlaunsyngg'; to John atte Sonde for 10 marks. (File 63. No. 11.)

2099. Walter le Cach' v. William atte Hulle of Estgrenestede and Julian his wife; a messuage and 18 acres in Retherfeld; to Walter for 100 marks. (File 63. No. 12.)

2100. William Lucas and Maud his wife v. Ralph Brightrich, chaplain, and William son of Andrew de Lichepoule; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 12d. rent in Launcyngg'; the premises, with homage and services of Martin Swyft, Robert Flu, Cristian Aleyn and John Swyft and their heirs, to William and Maud for life, remainder to their son Thomas and heirs of his body, contingent remainder successively to Thomas's brothers William or Giles, his sister Lucy, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of William Lucas. (File 63. No. 13.)

[N.B.—This fine was first levied 21 Edward III.]

25 Edward III.

2101. John Payn and Lucy his wife v. Thomas Taillard the elder; a messuage, 50 acres of land, 10 acres of wood in Westicchenore and Bridham; to John and Lucy for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to Thomas and his heirs. (File 63. No. 14.)

2102. Stephen de Mapelesdenne v. John de Somptynge and Nicholas son of Richard atte Berne of Mereworthe and Joan his wife; a messuage, 200 acres of land, 20 acres of wood, 24 acres of heath, 15s. 1d. rent in Tychesherst; to Stephen for £100. (File 63. No. 15.)

2103. Thomas de Moleston v. Simon Fosses and Joan his wife; a messuage and 40 acres in Wistineston; to Thomas for 20 marks. (File 63. No. 16.)

2104. Geoffrey de Ledes v. Luke de Ponynges and Isabel his wife; 10 marks rent in Wodecote; Luke and Isabel grant to Geoffrey all the claim which they and the heirs of Isabel had in the said rent during the life of Geoffrey, for 20 marks. (File 63. No. 17.)

2105. John de Apselye and Felice late the wife of Thomas Arnold of Dunketon v. Robert, rector of the church of Lynche; a messuage, a mill, a toft, 30 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow, 3s. rent in Dunketon; to John and Felice and heirs of John. (File 63. No. 18.)

2106. William son of Adam de Sweyneslonde v. Henry Dubble of Peneshurst and Cristine his wife; a messuage, 15 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 12 acres of wood, 2s. rent in Hertefeld; to William for 40 marks. (File 63. No. 19.)

2107. John de Alresford and Adam Husee v. John de Marlebergh of Sheperugg' and Agnes his wife; a fourth part of a messuage, 2 carucates of land, 10 acres of meadow and rent of a pound of pepper and a pound of cummin in Westden and Chulgraue; to John and Adam and heirs of Adam for £40. (File 63. No. 20.)

2108. Robert Godknape v. Richard Danyel and Agnes his wife; a half of 5 acres of land and 3 acres of meadow in Lyngefeld in Surrey and of 5 messuages and 72 acres of land in Estgrenstede in Sussex; to Robert for 100 marks. (D.C.: File 44. No. 463.)