Wills
19 Edward II (1325-6)

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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R. R. Sharpe (editor)

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1889

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315-319

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'Wills: 19 Edward II (1325-6)', Calendar of wills proved and enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 1: 1258-1358 (1889), pp. 315-319. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66861 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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ANNO 19 EDWARD II.

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

Monthermer (Ralph de).—To Isabella de Hastyngges, his dearest wife, a tenement in the parish of S. Dunstan for life; remainder to Edward and Thomas his sons in successive tail. No date.
Roll 54 (1).

Fitz Peter (Philip).—To Edith his wife all his tenements and rents in Colmanstrate and Bassieshagh for life; remainder to Johanna his daughter, Thomas his son, and his infant en ventre sa mère. No date.
Roll 54 (6).

Maderman (Geoffrey).—To Margaret his wife his house in the parish of s. Benedict ate Wodewarve for life; remainder to William his son, subject to the payment of twenty shillings to the new work of the Blessed Mary for the good of his soul and the souls of the said Margaret his wife and others. No date.
Roll 54 (7).

Monday next after Feast of Translation of s. Edward [13 Oct.].

Burton (Thomas de), priest.—All his houses and land acquired by feoffment of Geoffrey de Clare, situate in the parish of S. Olave, to be sold by his executors, and the whole of the proceeds delivered to poor ascetic Scholars (Scholaribus, Arcistis, (fn. 1) pauperibus), secular Masters of Arts, called Scholars of University Hall, (fn. 2) Oxford, to be by them safely kept under locks and the seals of his executors, together with all other money in any way due to the testator, for the purchase of the patronage of some suitable benefice; so that by the discreet appointment of a perpetual vicar they may enjoy the fruits of the same in accordance with the testator's special ordinances delivered to his executors and ratified by his seal. No date.
Roll 54 (32).

Stebbenheth (fn. 3) (John de).—His tenement in the parish of S. Margaret Moysi to be sold to pay his debts, and the residue to be devoted to pious uses. To Johanna his wife a tenement in the said parish in Distaflane for life; remainder to John ate Hathe, eldest son of Ralph his brother, and in default of heirs to pious and charitable uses. No date.
Roll 54 (33).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Edmund [20 Nov.].

Turk (Paulin), fishmonger.—To Emma his wife twenty marks by way of dower. To John and Peter his sons, and to Elena and Cristina his daughters, pecuniary legacies. Also to his said wife the remaining term of service of James his apprentice. No date.
Roll 54 (48).

Monday next after the F. of S. Nicholas, Bp. and Conf. [6 Dec.].

Box (John).—To Alice his wife a tenement in "Maioneslane" (fn. 4) in the parish of s. Dunstan for life, by way of dower; remainder to his infant en ventre sa mère if a male; if not, to Margaret his daughter. Also to the said Margaret a shop in Martelane in the parish of S. Olave. No date.
Roll 54 (52).

Monday the Octave of S. Hilary [13 Jan.].

Belebouche or Bolebuche (William), horse dealer.—To Richard Tripet, horse dealer, a tenement in the parish of All Hallows de Stanyngecherche, saving the dower of Agnes his wife. No date.
Roll 54 (57).

Wyrcestre (Hugh de).—His tenement in the parish of S. Mildred in the Poultry to be sold by his executors to pay his debts and fulfil his testament. No date.
Roll 54 (58).

Swote (Richard).—To Johanna his daughter his house at Est Jernemuthe. (fn. 5) To Robert her son a house in Rotheresgateslane (fn. 6) in the parish of S. Margaret de Briggestrete. No date.
Roll 54 (59).

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

Mundene (Matilda de).—All her tenements acquired from Simon her late husband in the parish of S. Alphege to be sold to fulfil her testament. No date.
Roll 54 (62).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Alphege, Abp. [19 April].

Brother (Wymund), woolmonger.—To Henry his younger son and Matilda his daughter houses and shops in the parish of S. Botolph, Billynggesgate. Also to the said Henry a tenement and rents in the parish of S. Botolph without Aldresgate. No date.
Roll 54 (84).

Longe (Richard le), tanner.—To Alice his wife a shop in the parish of S. Giles in a street called "le Morestrate" for life; remainder to Margery his daughter. No date.
Roll 54 (85).

Ate Holte (Stephen).—His tenement in Bercherverelane in the parish of S. Michael upon Cornhull to be sold. No date.
Roll 54 (86).

Monday the Feast of s. Dunstan [19 May].

Wandlesworth (William, son of William de).—To Gregory de Fulham, his uncle, a tenement in the parish of All Hallows next to the street of the Corders. (fn. 7) No date.
Roll 54 (92),

Monday ike Feast of S. Augustine [26 May].

Tame (Robert de) de Eylesbury.—To John de Horwode a shop in the parish of H. Trinity the Less for a term of three years; remainder to Hugh, son of Gilbert de Balsham, saddler. No date.
Roll 54 (97).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Petronilla [31 May].

Blound (Roger le).—To Edward, son of John le Ling, his kinsman, one mark annual quitrent of a tenement in la More in the parish of S. Giles without Crepelgate for life; remainder to pious uses for the good of his soul and the soul of Sir John le Blound, his brother. Also to John, son of the said John le Ling, one mark rent in Phelippeslane for life, with similar remainder. To Alice Bonquer, his sister, for life twenty shillings annual rent in the parish of S. John upon Walebrok; remainder to pious uses. No date.
Roll 54 (100).

Pavy (Robert), mason.—To Sarah his wife certain tenements. To Walter his son a shop. No date.


Whereupon came the said Sarah and renounced the aforesaid legacy, and asked to hold the said tenements for life, according to the custom of the City; and it was granted, &c.

Roll 54 (101).

Footnotes

1 Arcisteriumor Asoeteriumaccording to Du Cange means a monastery; and asceæ, monks and others who practise celibacy.
2 Now known as University College. It was called University Hall from its being the first hall acquired by the University, and its members were styled "the scholars of University Hall," or more properly "the scholars of the Hall of William de Durham," from an eminent scholar of that name to whose munificence it owed its foundation. It formed one of the six secular colleges existing at Oxford in the fourteenth century, the others being Balliol Hall, Merton Hall, King's Hall (Oriel), Queen's Hall, and Exeter Hall. (See Mr. Maxwell-Lyte's 'History of the University of Oxford,' London, 1886, pp. 83, 181.)
3 Stepney.
4 Mincing Lane.
5 East Yarmouth,
6 See note supra, p. 44.
7 Commonly called "the Ropery."