Wills
16 Edward II (1322-3)

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R. R. Sharpe (editor)

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1889

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295-303

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'Wills: 16 Edward II (1322-3)', Calendar of wills proved and enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 1: 1258-1358 (1889), pp. 295-303. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66858 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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ANNO 16 EDWARD II.

Monday the Vigil of the Feast of S. Margaret, Virgin [20 July].

Nottelee (William de).—To Margery and Johanna his daughters houses in the parish of S. Augustine in Dystaflane. No date.
Roll 5.1 (8).

Borham (John de).—To John de Boreham, son of Robert ate Welle, his tenement in the parish of All Hallows by the Wall. His tenement in the parish of S. Laurence in the Jewry to be sold to fulfil his testament. Matilda his wife mentioned as one of his executors. No date.
Roll 51 (9).

Hokkele (William de).—To Mabel his wife his house at Billingesgate in the parish of S. Mary ate Hulle for life; remainder to William his son. To Leticia his daughter the reversion of a tenement in the parish of S. Magnus the Martyr towards London Bridge; remainder in default of heirs to his aforesaid son. No date.
Roll 51 (10).

Canefeld (Reginald de).—To Cristina his wife for life his term of years in a shop in the parish of S. Clement in Candwykstrate; also a shop in the parish of S. Leonard de Estchep and a house in "Almneslane" (?) in the same parish; remainder to Muriel his daughter. No date.
Roll 51 (11).

Monday next after the Feast of S. James, Apostle [25 July].

Mondene or Mundene (Alice de).—To John de Mondene, her son, a quitrent which she had received annually after the decease of Robert de Mundene, her father, and Katherine her sister, issuing from a tenement called "la Hole" in the parish of S. Owyn. (fn. 1) To Friar Peter de Mondene, her brother, an annual rent issuing also from the same tenement for life; remainder to the Friars of S. Mary of Mount Carmel. (fn. 2) No date.
Roll 51 (13).

Abyndon (Simon de).—To Stephen and John his sons pecuniary legacies. Peter de Gosberkyrk, his apprentice, to remain with the said Stephen. To Eva his wife for life all his rents and tenements which he holds in the City of London in fee or for term of years. To Stephen his son the reversion of tenements in the parish of All Hallows upon the Cellar, and to John his son the reversion of tenements in the parishes of S. Mary ate Hulle, S. Dunstan Est, and S. Leonard Estchep, with cross remainders. To Margery his daughter the reversion of a tenement in the parish of All Hallows de Garscherch; remainders over to the aforesaid John and Stephen. No date.
Roll 51 (14).

Lacer (William le).—To John his son, and to Margery, Isabella, and Juliana his daughters, specific legacies of money and chattels. Also to the said John the reversion of a tenement in the parish of S. Mary de Aldermanbery after the decease of Katherine his wife; remainder to his said daughters in successive tail; remainder to pious uses. Also to his said wife rents in the parish and lane of S. Laurence in the Jewry and in the parish of All Hallows by London Wall. No date.
Roll 51 (16).

Monday the Feast of S. Luke, Evangelist [18 Oct.].

Hatfeld (Peter de).—To Johanna his daughter his tenement at the corner of Abbecherchelane in the parish of S. Mary de Abbecherche; remainder in default of heirs to the maintenance of the fabric of the said parish church and its new chapel, and to other pious and charitable uses. Other tenements in Kandelwykstrate in the said parish, and in the lane of S. Laurence in Candelwykstrate in the parishes of S. Laurence and S. Martin Orgar, and elsewhere, to be sold to pay his debts, and the residue to be devoted to pious uses for the good of his soul and the souls of Juliana his late wife, John his father, Johanna his mother, and others. No date.
Roll 51 (19).

Mire (John).—To Sabine his daughter a moiety of a house in the parish of S. Edmund the King near Garscherche, together with rents at the Augustine Friars, in Chepe by the New Cross, in Clement's Lane, and in Bredstrete; remainder to John and Henry his sons. Also to the said John all that rent called "Quyntynesfee" in the vill of Edelmetone (fn. 3) in tail; remainder to his son Henry; and to the said Henry a house in the parish of S. Margaret in Frydaystrate. No date.


Whereupon came Stephen, son and heir of the said John Mire, and put his claim on the whole, &c.

Roll 51 (27).

Monday next before the Feast of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.].

Lyntona (Roger de).—To Dionisia his wife his dwelling-house and shops for life; remainder to pious uses. To William Pykerel and Johanna, wife of the same, his daughter, two selds in the parish of S. Vedast. No date.
Roll 51 (34).

Thorpe (Thomas de), clerk.—To Alice de Lincoln, wife of John Wolf, his houses in the parish of H. Trinity the Less in Knyghtridestrete for life, subject to a charge of five marks annually towards the maintenance of a chantry in the said church of H. Trinity for the good of his soul and the souls of Roger le Brabanzon and others. No date.
Roll 51 (43).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Martin [11 Nov.].

Hakeneye (Simon de).—A tenement in the parish of S. Mary ate Hulle to be sold for charitable uses. To Alice his daughter his stone house in the same parish in tail; remainder to the maintenance of chantries in the said parish church of S. Mary. His brewhouse in the parish of S. Mary de Fancherche to be sold, and the proceeds devoted to the maintenance of seven chaplains in the said parish church (so long as the same will suffice), to celebrate for the benefit of William de Fullere, sen., and William de Fullere, jun. To John, son of Simon Goudchep de Berkhamstede, a tenement in the parish of S. Dionisius de Garscherch. No date.


Examined by It. Palmere, Alderman.

Roll 51 (54).

Monday the Feast of S. Nicholas [6 Dec.].

Redynges (William de), cordwainer.—To Alice his wife a tenement in Athelingstrete, (fn. 4) so long as she remain a widow and chaste; in the event of her marrying again the same to be sold, and the proceeds equally divided among William, John, Robert, and Alice his children. Dated London, the day and year aforesaid (sic). No date.
Roll 51 (69).

Storteford (Gilbert, son of John de).—To Ralph de Storteford, glover, and Avice, wife of the same, rents in the parish of S. Giles without Crepelgate for their lives; remainder to Cecilia and Margery his sisters. To Walter his brother three shops in the same parish. Also to the aforesaid Cecilia and Margery a brewhouse and shops and rents in Grubbestrete (fn. 5) in the same parish. To Thomas de la Marche, his uncle, a remittance of certain rents. To Laurencia de Sterteford, his mother, the residue of his rents and tenements in the City of London and suburbs for life; remainder to his aforesaid sisters. Mention made of Adam his deceased brother. Dated London, Saturday next before the Feast of S. Michael [29 Sept.], A.D. 1320.


Whereupon came Thomas, son of Gilebert de la Marche, and put his claim upon a messuage called "la Blakelofte," (fn. 6) and asked to be admitted to prosecute his action when it should seem to him opportune. And the aforesaid Laurencia, as to a tenement in the parish of S. Dunstan towards the Tower of London, claimed to hold it by devise of the said John her husband, and not of the said Gilbert his son; and as to forty shillings rent of a brewhouse in Belhetereslane (fn. 7) claimed to hold the same by feoffment of Gilbert de la Marche, her father, and not of the said Gilbert her son.

Roll 51 (71).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Hilary [13 Jan.].

Staunford (Matilda de).—To the altar of S. Mary in S. Paul's Church her dwelling-house in the parish of S. Andrew Hubert for the maintenance of chantries. Dated Wednesday the Feast of S. Faith, Virgin [6 Oct.], A.D. 1322.
Roll 51 (82).

Monday next before Feast of Conversion of S. Paul [25 Jan.].

Mockyng (Robert de), fishmonger.—His tenement in the parish of S. Mary de Bregestrete in a lane called "Retheresgateslane" (fn. 8) to be sold to satisfy certain debts, and the residue to be divided between Juliana his wife and his children. To John de Mockyngge of Somersete, fishmonger, a shop in the parish of S. Magnus the Martyr in Breggestrete. Dated Friday the morrow of S. Mary Magdalene [22 July], A.D. 1322.

Roll 51 (90).

Askerne (Peter de).—To the Master and Brethren of the Hospital of S. Bartholomew his rents of Castle Baynard, to maintain a chantry therewith, save two marks for keeping his obit. If that be illegal the same to be sold and given to the poor. Dated Tuesday next after the Feast of All Saints [1 Nov.], A.D. 1322.
Roll 51 (91).

Monday next after Feast of Purification of V. Mary [2 Feb.], viz., before Ash Wednesday.

Essex (Margaret de).—To Sir John de Cokermuthe, clerk, her tenement in the parish of S. Dunstan towards the Tower for life, charged with the maintenance of a chantry; after his decease the same to be sold for pious uses. Dated London, Tuesday next after the Feast of S. Lucia, Virgin [13 Dec.], anno 16 Edward II. [A.D. 1322].
Roll 51 (97).

Monday the Feast of S. Valentine [14 Feb.].

Leyre (William de).—To William and Robert his sons tenements and rents in the parishes of All Hallows the Less upon the Cellar, S. Laurence in the Jewry, S. Mary Magdalen in Milkestrete, S. Dunstan towards the Tower, S. Sepulchre without Neugate, S. John de Walebrok, S. Leonard in S. Vedast Lane, and elsewhere. To Isabella his daughter, and Idanya, daughter of the same, rents in the parishes of S. Matthew in Fridaistrete and S. Martin Pomer in Ismongereslane. To Katherine his daughter, and Johanna and Roesia his daughters, nuns of Clerkenewell, rents in the parishes of S. Vedast, S. Mary le Bow, S. Antonin, S. Mary de Colchirche near the Conduit, S. Matthew de Fridaistrete, and S. Michael le Quern. To Idanya his wife two hundred marks in lieu of dower, and the charge of his children under age. Dated London, Friday next after the Feast of S. Eadmund, Archbishop [16 Nov.], anno 16 Edward II. [A.D. 1322].
Roll 51 (98).

Piphurst (Robert de), goldsmith. (fn. 9) —To Juliana his wife his tenement in Gudrunlane (fn. 10) for life; after her decease the same to be sold, and the proceeds divided among his children in equal portions. Also to the same rents in Candelwykstrete for life; remainder to Johanna his daughter in tail. To Robert his son a house in Gudrunlane. To Alice his daughter houses in the parish of S. Giles without Crepelgate. Dated Friday the morrow of the Ascension [4 May], A.D. 1312.
Roll 51 (99).

Hulcote (Stephen de).—His tenement in the parish of S. Olave near London Wall to be sold to pay his debts, and the residue to be divided equally among William, Simon, Emma, and Alice his children. Dated Saturday next after the Feast of the Purification of the V. Mary [2 Feb.], anno 16 Edward II. [A.D. 1322-3].

Roll 51 (100).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Mathias, Apostle [24 Feb.].

Kent (Oliver de), fishmonger.—A bequest for the maintenance of wax [in the church of S. Botolph, Billingsgate]. To Isalda his wife for life a tenement in the said parish of S. Botolph at the corner of Retheresgatelane, and a shop at the corner of Oistergate in the parish of S. Magnus the Martyr, formerly belonging to his father John de Kent; remainder to his children. Dated Monday next after the Feast of S. James, Apostle [25 July], A.D. 1321.
Roll 51 (108).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Gregory, Pope [12 March].

Mohun (James de).—To the Prior and Convent of S. Bartholomew de Smethefeld, near London, his houses in London, for providing one chantry in S. Mary's Chapel in the parish of S. Sepulchre without Neugate, and another chantry in the church of S. Bartholomew aforesaid. His houses at Chichester (?) to be sold to fulfil his testament. Dated at Brompton the Feast of S. Lucia, Virgin [13 Dec.], A.D. 1322.
Roll 51 (112).

Brauthyngge or Brauhyngge (Agnes de).—To John her son for life houses and shops which she and Peter de Braughing, her late husband, purchased in the parish of S. Swythin in Candelwykstrate; remainder to Johanna and Margaret, daughters of the said John. To the church of S. Swythin certain rents for maintaining fabric and wax. To William de Braughing, her nephew, and to Eva her daughter, tenements in the parish of S. Mary de Abecherche and elsewhere for their lives. Ultimate remainder of the aforesaid tenements to be devoted to pious uses, &c., for the good of her soul and the souls of the said Peter de Brauthing, Fulk de St. Edmund, her father, and others. Dated London, 2 April, A.D. 1320.
Roll 51 (114).

Monday the Feast of S. Mark, Evangelist [25 April].

Craye (William de), of the parish of S. Leonard de Estchepe, butcher.—His tenement in the said parish to be sold for pious uses, and Stephen Fitz Roger to be preferred as purchaser. No date.
Roll 51 (117).

Flory (William).—To Alice his wife all his tenements and rents for life, saving one mark for the purchase annually of shoes for the poor at Christmas; remainder to Thomas his son. No date.
Roll 51 (121).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Dunstan [19 May].

Segrave (Sir Nicholas de), Knt.—His houses in London he leaves to the church of S. Paul for the maintenance of a chantry, on condition that those of the said church satisfy all reasonable demands of the monks of Woubourne; (fn. 11) otherwise the same are to be sold, the said monks paid thereout according to reason, and the residue distributed for the good of his soul. No date.
Roll 51 (129).

Jernemuth (Nicholas de).—To Emma his wife for life tenements and rents in the parishes of S. Dunstan towards the Tower, All Hallows upon the Cellar in Thamysestrate, and S. Botolph without Bisshopesgate; remainder to pious and charitable uses. No date.
Roll 51 (134).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Augustine, Bishop [26 May].

Brounyng (Oliver), fishmonger.—To William, Alexander, and Francis his sons in tail his shop in the parish of Seint Nicholas Coldabbeie in Eldefisshstrete; remainder to the poor of the said parish. Also to his said sons houses without Crepelgate; and to Isoude his daughter certain rents. No date.
Roll 51 (140).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Barnabas [11 June].

Gloucestre (Richard de).—To Johanna his daughter, a nun of Berkyngge, and to Idonea his daughter, a nun of S. Elena, certain rents of a tenement in the parishes of S. Mary de Colcherch and S. Pancras, between a lane called "Bordhawe" and a lane called "Gropecuntelane." (fn. 12) To Sir John de Tierne, priest, for life a shop opposite the church of S. Cristopher and a tenement in the parish of S. Vedast, charged with the payment of an annuity of four marks to William de Merston, a servant of the testator; remainder to Richard his son. No date.
Roll 51 (142).

Buskre (Henry) de Malines.—His tenement in the parish of S. Peter de Cornhille to be devoted to the maintenance of a chantry in the church of S. Martin Orgar. One hundred marks to be laid out in the purchase of certain tenements for the maintenance of a chantry in the chapel of S. James at Henton in the parish of Chynnore (fn. 13) in the diocese of Lincoln. To Cecilia his wife tenements in the parishes of S. Martin Orgar, S. Laurence in the Jewry, and All Hallows at the Hay for life; remainder to Edmund and John his sons. To Cristina his daughter certain rents in Henle and elsewhere. Dated Wednesday next before the Feast of Annunciation of V. Mary [25 March], A.D. 1321.
Roll 51 (147).

Footnotes

1 Variously spelt S. Ouen, Owen, or Ewin. The parish church stood in Newgate Market, near the north corner of Old Dean's Lane, now Warwick Lane.
2 The Carmelites, or White Friars, whose house was situated near the Temple.
3 Edmonton, co. Middlesex.
4 See note supra, p. 268.
5 Now Milton Street.
6 A tenement of this name was situate on the west side of "Martelane" towards the Tower (supra, p. 223).
7 Now Billiter Street. (See note supra, p. 134.)
8 See note supra, p. 44.
9 Aurimalletor.
10 Gutter Lane.
11 Woburn, co. Beds.
12 See note supra, p. 42, note.
13 Co. Oxon.