233, f. 252.
|II. Life Grants of Lands and Annuities in 31 Hen. VIII.|
Sir Ric. Page, King's servant. 10l. annuity in consideration of his surrender of the keepership of Assher parke and other offices in Assher, Surr., which he had of the bp. of Winchester. 12 Sept. 31 Hen. VIII.
||Ric. Dey, King's servant. Two tenements in St. Martin's Owtwiche parish, London. London Charterhouse. 24 Sept.|
||Robt. Adams, King's servant. 6l. annuity, 22 Sept.|
Nich. Sympson, of the Privy Chamber. Six tenements in St. Mary Matfelon parish, London. Minories. 16 Sept.
Geo. Harper, an esquire for the Body. Two tenements in le Barge in Buckelersbury, parish of St. Stephen's Walbrook, London. College of Acon. 12 Aug.
||John Boneham, King's servant. Manor of Marston, Wilts. Farleygh. 12 May.|
||Lady Joan Rocheford, widow. Manors of Utlecote and Loxley, Warw. Kenilworth. Undated.|
||Wm. Bolton, King's servant, and Joan his wife. A tenement at the west end of the Grey Friars church in Newgate, which was granted 14 March 30 Hen. VIII. to the said William alone. Grey Friars, London. 30 June.|
||Mary duchess of Richmond and Somerset and countess of Nottingham (in consideration of her marriage with the King's kinsman (consanguineus) Henry, late duke of Richmond, &c., dec.). Manor of Goddescroft and rectory of Southlynne, Norf. Westacre. 16 July.|
||Wm. Crofton, King's servant, and Blanche his wife. Two tenements in St. Michael's parish, Cornhill, London. St. Helen's priory, London. 29 July.|
Sir Chr. Moryse, King's servant. Site of the monastery of St. Mary Graces next the Tower of London, with certain tenements there (minutely described), the manors of Gravesende and Parrocke, Kent, and certain lands (described) in Gravesend, Henhurst, and Mylton, Kent. St. Mary Graces. 17 July.
||Wm. Gurlewe, King's servant, and Eliz. his wife. A tenement in St. Helen's parish, London. St. Helen's priory. Undated.|
Hen. Stephenson, King's servant. 10 mks. annuity. 7 July.
The like for Ric. Bowyer, Thos. Byrde, and Robt. Pery, King's servants.
||Robt. Seymer, King's servant. Reversion and rent reserved on a Crown lease, of 16 May 30 Hen. VIII., to John Burdon of Northwelbasset, Essex, of lands in Barford, Wilts. Also site of Ederos priory and manors of Ederos, alias Ivechurche, Alwardbury, Laverstoke, Bemerton, Guidhampton, Croucheston, and Whaddon, Wilts, and the rectory of Caundelhaddon, Dors., corrodies out of Salisbury Cathedral and Wilton monastery, and annuities in Chippenham, Winterslawe, and Claryngdon, Wilts. Ederos. 8 Sept.|
235, f. 1.
|Eliz. Peche, widow of Sir John Peche. 10 mks. annuity, to date from Mich. 30 Hen. VIII. 21 Oct.|
John Martyn, a sewer of the Chamber. 20l. annuity out of the manor of Ryblesdale, Yorks. The like annuity was granted 28 July 20 Hen. VIII., by Henry, late earl of Northumberland, to John Norton, who afterwards made it over to the said Martyn, who has surrendered it that this might be granted. 6 Nov. (enrolled again at f. 29).
||Hugh Latimer, clk., late bp. of Worcester. 100 mks. annuity. 3 Dec.|
Thos. Ashwell. 5l. annuity (payable in Huntingdonshire). 13 April.
Nic. Shaxton, clk., late bp. of Sarum. 100 mks. annuity. 6 Dec.
||John Tirrell, groom of the Counter House (“gromet. Compatatorii (sic) nostri”). Two tenements beside the Thames in Greenwich. Shene. 16 Oct.|
||Ant. Fenwyke. Tenement called le Stonehouse in Grenelighton, Nthld. Newminster. 12 Nov.|
||Jas. Mannynge, King's servant, and Joan his wife. A messuage in Richmond, Surr. Shene. 2 Nov.|
Hugh Carre, King's servant. Tenement called Moynes in Assheldham, Essex. Bilegh. 6 Dec.
Hugh Nalyngherst, a groom of the Chamber. Several tenements (specified, one is called the Seven Stars) in the parish of St. Olave's in Southwark. Battle. 15 Dec. [This grant is for 40 years, not for life.]
||Henry earl of Surrey. Reversion and rent reserved on lease to Wm. Burnell, 7 Feb. 30 Hen. VIII., of the house, &c., of Wymondham, Norf.; with grant of the same during the life of Thos. duke of Norfolk, father of the said Henry. 1 Dec.|
||Ric. Breme, King's servant, and Margery his wife. The manors, &c., called Wynslowe, Greneburgh, Parva Horwood, Owyngton, and Marston, and the manor of Byggyng in Greneburgh, with the market and a water-mill in Wynslowe, and the rectories of Greneburgh and Horwood, and tithes, &c., belonging to Wynslowe rectory, Bucks. St. Albans. 12 March.|
||Wm. Gurlewe, King's servant, and Eliz. his wife. A tenement in St. Helen's parish, London. St. Helen's priory. 21 March.|
||Cecily Unton, wife of Alex. Unton, esquire for the Body. Manor and advowson of the church of Hawtforde, alias Hatforde, Berks. [No monastery named.] 9 Feb.|
Thos. Playfote, King's servant. Two tenements in St. John's Street, Midd. London Charterhouse. 21 Feb.
||John Worth, one of “lez queries de quere” of the King's stable, who resigns an annuity of 22l. Annuity of 24l. 10d. out of the manor of Bucklond, Soms. Bucklond, Soms. 10 March.|
||John Avery, late yeoman of the Bottles. A messuage called Muswell farm, chapel called Muswell chapel, and the priest's chamber over the gate, in Clerkenwell parish, and two fields called Hoppyng Fields in Iselden parish, Midd.; which premises were leased to him by Isabel, late prioress of Clerkenwell. Clerkenwell. 4 Feb. (In English.)|
||Thos. Hutton, King's servant. A tenement and three shops in the parish of St. Pancras, beside Westchepe, London. College of Acon. 14 Dec.|
||Wm. Blakenhale, a clerk of the Spicery. Two tenements in Great Allhallows parish, London. Elsingspittle. 15 Dec.|
Perot le Doulce, cook pro ore both to Hen. VII. and Hen. VIII. A tenement near Charing Cross. (Former owner not named.) 10 Dec. [For 40 years, not for life.]
||Jas. Joskyn. Site of Blakeborough priory and other lands, leased to him 20 March 28 Hen. VIII. 17 April.|
||Wm. lord Sandes. Annual rent of 51l. which he is bound to pay for the site, &c., of the priory of Mottisfont granted to him 27 June 28 Hen. VIII. in exchange for his manor of Chelleshithe; and confirmation of his title in the said site, &c. 12 April.|
||Ric. bp. suffragan of Dover. House and site, &c., of the Black Friars of Langley, alias Langley Regis, alias Childerlangley, alias Chilternelaggley, Herts., with all lands which belonged to that house in cos. Herts and Kent (specified); except certain marshes (named) in Kent. Grant to be void if he be advanced to ecclesiastical benefices worth 100l. 7 Feb.|
||Edw. Brysseley, King's servant. Tenements in Gildon Moredon, Camb. Barnwell. 17 Feb.|
||Edw. Peyton, King's servant. 20 mks. annuity out of Melford manor, Suff. Bury St. Edmund's. 19 Feb.|
||Wm. Tyrrell of Beches, Essex. Messuages leased to John Aleyn in Thornedon and Aspall, Suff., and the manor of Ryseangles, Suff. Redlingfeld. 8 April.|
||Sir Wm. Pownder, King's servant, and Margaret his wife. Tenements (specified) in the parishes of St. Dunstan's in the West, St. Andrew's in Holborn, Allhallows the More, and St. Matthew's in Friday Street, West Chepe, London. St. Mary Overey. 8 Feb.|
||III. Pensions to Monks in 31 Hen. VIII.|
||[These pensions are to date from Michaelmas or Lady Day, and to be paid half-yearly, and in most cases a money gift equal to about one quarter of the pension is given in addition, to make the pension date from the dissolution of the house. Rectories or manors granted in addition to money pensions have invariably been part of the possessions of the house; and, in the case of men, pensions are to cease upon the recipients of them being advanced by the King to ecclesiastical promotions of equal value. In the following abstract the amounts and particulars of pensions are, for brevity, only given in the case of heads of houses. Dates, where not given, are the same as in the preceding entry. The words “abbot” or “abbess” and “prior” or “prioress” are abbreviated “a” and “p.”]|
233, f. 106.
|Cerne, Dors. Thos. Norman, a. 100l. 25 April 31 Hen. VIII.|
Also several warrants for Ric. Forte, Rog. Grenewey, Wm. Geffreys, Hen. Smyth, Thos. Salter, Roger Goolde, Steph. Wykes, Ric. Ide, John Farbur, John Mere, Simon Barwyke, John Croker, Wm. Dyer, Thos. Smythe, John Harrys, John Johnson, monks there.
||London, Friars Preachers. John bp. of Rochester, prior commendatory. 60l. and the “Priors Lodging” within the said house. 9 June.|
||St. Osith's, Essex. John Witherik, a. 100l. 8 Aug.|
Also John Ruffall, Cornelius Williamson, John Harwiche, John Sherman, John Thorpe, Geo. Thurston, Edm. Grove, Ric. Symnell, Ralph Dale, Robt. Sprotte, Thos. Haywode, Wm. Newman, Nich. Busshe, Ric. Woode, and Wm. Jolly, canons.
||Lacocke, Wilts. Joan Temmes, p. 40l. 14 June.|
Also Eleanor Monmorthe, Anne Bridges, Anne Patsall, Elena Benet, Marg. Legetton, Eliz. Baynton, Agnes Bygnore, Marg. Welsshe, Joan Marshall, Eliz. Wye, Eleanor Bardall, Anne Trace, Eliz. Wylsoun, Scolease Hewes, Eleanor Maundrell, and Thomasina Jervys, nuns.
||York, Friars Preachers. Wm. Vavasour, warden. 5l. 3 July.|
||Montacute, Soms. John Wallys, Robt. Warrenner, John Cogen, Thos. Tawnton alias Chyswaie, Thos. Hamme, Wm. Dyer, John Crybbe, John Clerke, John Webbe, Robt. Bryande, Laur. Herforde, Wm. Wynter, John Palle, John Symmes, Wm. Cryse, and Wm. Rogers, monks. 26 April.|
||Tavystocke, Devon. John Peryn, a. 100l. 26 April.|
Also Robt. Walshe, John Corter, John Harres, John Puxeley, John Axworthe, Wm. Growdon, Steph. Kemell, Wm. Chester, Wm. Parke, Ric. Gregory, Wm. Wyllyams, Ric. Wakeham, Wm. Lecheden, Edm. Peryn, John Abrahame, John Benett, Nich. Bukfaste, John Wele, Ric. Peke, monks.
||Bradnestocke, Wilts. Wm. Snowe, p. 60l. 24 April.|
Also Jas. Cole (enrolled before the prior's), Thos. Penne, Thos. Mason, Ralph Hyll, Geo. Notyngham, Edw. Bruer, Thos. Mesenger, Jas. Wykam, Ric. Ware, Ric. Thomson, John Playsterer, Thos. Baker, and John Hancockes, canons.
||Montacute, Soms. Robt. Whytlocke alias Gybbes, p. 80l.; with the chief messuage of Est Chynnok, Soms. 26 April.|
Edyngton, Wilts. John Payne, John Chaundeler, Ric. Phelyppes, Thos. Yatte, John Noble, Robt. Heade, John Morgayne, John Webbe, Thos. Button, Thos. Aleyne, and Wm. Whethers, members of the convent. 28 April.
||The same. Paul Busshe, rector. All the houses and buildings which the farmer of the manor of Coleshill, Berks, leased to the said rector and his successors; and 100l.|
||Shaftysbury, Dors. Eliz. Zouche, a. 133l. 6s. 8d. 26 April.|
Also Kath. Hall (20l.), Eliz. Monmouth, Eliz. Bryther, Marg. Hymnerforde, Joan Amys, Elesia Jakes, Philippa Cattysby, Marg. Cockes, Eliz. Goodwyn, Ursula Payne, Amicia Ball, Joan Farrendon, Avicia Brente, Alice Champeney, Joan Kelly, Alice Payne, Joan Longford, Edith Kemer, Bridget Fauntelaroy, Kath. Gelise, Alice Baker, Eliz. Care, Joan Benbury, Joan Percevall, Marg. Mewe, Anne Awdeley, Alice Pecocke, Mary Cressett, Juliana Burdeauxe, Joan Towse, Anne Phylpott, Marg. Butsett, Eliz. Ayssheley, Christina Weston, Edith Magdalen, Eliz. Horsey, Marg. Neuton, Alice Gererde, Ursula Johnson, Eliz. Larder, Alice Rogers, Dorothy Clansy, Anne Bodenham, Eliz. Denham, Thomasina Hussey, Alice Bonde, Eliz. Wortheton, Marg. Kaylewey, Marg. Aysshe, Joan West, Kath. Haywarde, Marg. Lovell, Eliz. Babyngton, Marg. Frye, and Alice Bysse, nuns.
||St. John's priory in Wells, Soms. Ric. Clerkson, master. 12l. 28 April.|
Also Wm. Markes, John Dyte, and John Carnyke, brethren.
||Torre, Devon. Simon Rede, a. 66l. 13s. 4d. 25 April.|
Also Ric. Mylton, John Asteredge, John Wyll, Thos. Lawdymere, Thos. Clemente, Thos. James, John Shapeley, John Payne, John Lane, Hen. Bagwell, John Fermer, Thos. Brydgeman, Thos. Emette, Thos. Knolle, and Ric. Yonge, monks.
||Abbottysburye, Dors. Roger Rodden, a. 80l. 12 May.|
Also Thos. Bradforde, Thos. Tolpudle, Wm. Greye, John Blandforde, John Vynsante, Hen. Lyme, Wm. Bonor, Wm. Styvy, and Thos. Holneste, monks.
||London, the Minories without Aldgate. Eliz. Salvage, a. 40l. 4 May.|
Also Anne Hunte, Agnes Lexam, Joan Walgrave, Sibella Vincente, Felicia Ransom, Alice Watts, Eliz. Perpoynte, Marg. Halywell, Alice Edwards, Agnes Elmer, Juliana Cressey, Marg. Boroughe, Marg. Perpoynte, Eliz. Copeleye, Eliz. Baker, Barbara Neyle, Joan Gowringe, Frances Somer, Mary Pylbeane, Barbara Larke, Anne Devereux, Marg. Fitzgarett, Susan Elette, and Marg. Woodwarde, nuns.
||St. Margaret's beside Marlborough, Wilts. John Rodleye, canon.|
||Wilton, Wilts. Cecilia Bodenham, a., 100l.; and the house or messuage of Fouffounte. 7 May.|
Also Joan Kente, Joan Trowe, Alice Brabson, Marg. Zowche, Kath. Brabonde, Alice Brabonde, Cecilia Sorage, Joan Forgette, Eleanor Auntell, Alice Laughton, Isabel Nevylle, Thomasina Andrewys, Mary Burbage, Cecilia Lambert, Alice Husseye, and Joan Bonehame, nuns.
||Newarke, Surrey. John Rose, canon. 5l. 6s. 8d.|
||Brueton, Soms. John Elye, a. 80l. 2 May.|
Also Ric. Bogye, Ric. Bushope, Ric. Herte, John Dunster, Wm. Wilton, Hugh Backwell, John Gyles, Thos. Eton, Robt. Welles, Wm. Burges, Ric. Stacye, John Harrolde, John Spycer, John Castlyne, and Ric. Alvorde, canons.
||Hynton Charterhouse, Soms. Edm. Horde, p. 44l. 24 April.|
Also Robt. Frie, Wm. Cooke, Thos. Fletcher, Wm. Reynoldes, Wm. Burforde, Hen. Bowman, John Bachecrofte, Robt. Nelyng, Robt. Savage, Hen. Gorney, Nich. Balande, Robt. Scamenden, Thos. Helyer, Jas. Marble, Hugh Laycocke, John Chamberleyne, Robt. Russell, Rog. Legge, Robt. Lightfoote, Wm. Robynson, Wm. Howe, and John Calert, monks.
||Wittham Charterhouse, Soms. John Michell, p. 33l. 6s. 8d.|
Also John Wele, John Dove. John Smythe, John Segeforde, John Cliff, John Lawson, Nich. Lichefilde, John Michelson, Ric. Woodnett, John Milett, Aluettus Hales, Thriston Hickemans, Hugh Bytt, and John Swansto, monks.
||Bukfaste, Devon. Gabriel Dunne, a. 120l. 26 April.|
Also Arnold Gey, John Cowle, John Wattys, Ric. Tayler, Wm. Shapter, Matth. Preston, Ric. Splatte, Thos. Gyll, Wm. Averey, and John Dogge, monks.
||Plympton, Devon. John Howe, p. 120l. 16 May.|
Also Bernard Coole, Hen. Luxton (enrolled before the prior's), Wm. Pyers, Hen. Darke, Simon Saverey, Robt. Rudge, John Ferrys, John Darke, Ralph Savage, John Pereman, John Bedforde, Robt. Demonde, Ric. Keyser, John Nycolles, Robt. Heron, Edw. Merten, Thos. Wylcockes, and John Wymonde, canons.
||Pulton, Soms. John Hogge, canon. 23 May.|
||Buckeland, Devon. John Tucker, a. 60l. 26 April.|
Also Robt. Tope, John Weste, Wm. Alforde, Wm. Gye, Thos. Hopper, Thos. Maynard, Benet Lovege, Hugh Harvye, Wm. Mylforde, Simon Rudgewyeke, John Jorden, and Wm. Ebbesworthy, monks.
||Tawnton, Soms. Wm. Wylliamps, p. 60l.|
Also Nich. Beram, John Heywarde, Thos. Dale, Thos. Mathewe, Wm. Person, John Warren, Wm. Gregorye, Wm. Bynsmede, Wm. Culdronde, John Cokerance, and Wm. Baylye, monks.
||St. John's Hospital in Bridgewater, Soms. Robt. Walshe, master. 33l. 6s. 8d.|
Also Thos. Gogyn, Ric. Kymrydge, John Golde, John Wyll, Robt. Fysher, John Wood, and John Mors, brethren.
||Crossed Friars of Donyngton, Berks. Hen. Weete, minister or prior. 6l. 13s. 4d. 8 May.|
Also Ric. Ungyll, brother.
||Canonleighe, Devon. Eliz. Fowell, a. 40l. 17 May.|
Also Thomasina Sutton, Sabina Cobylston, Alice Bonde, Phillippa Fortescue, Elena Ayssheforde, Agnes Perye, Joan Bowyer, Marg. Sydenham, Eliz. Chudley, Agnes Bratton, Joan Abre, Eliz. Carewe, Marg. Pollarde, Christiana Holbene, Agnes Dulonde, Mary Pomeroye, and Sibilla Fowell, nuns.
||Bukelande, Soms. Kath. Bowser, p. 50l. 10 May.|
Also Marg. Sydnam, Juliana Kendall, Joan Hyll, Anne Plimmer, Thomasina Huntyngton, Kath. Popham, Anne Maunsell, Mary Dodyngton, Alice Emerforde, Joan Babyngton, Mary Mathewe, Agnes Mathewe, and Eliz. Grene, nuns there; and Wm. Maudysley, brother.
||Shurborn, Dors. John Barstaple, a. 100l. 12 May.|
Also John Donster, John Herce, John Paynter, Thos. Cabull, John Style, Roger Percye, John Busshope, Wm. Vowell, Thos. Elyote, Gilb. Saunder, John Kyng, Wm. Crode, John Clerke, Robt. Pytman, Austin Grene, and Barth. Sterre, monks.
||Polslowe, Devon. Eleanor Sydnam, p. 30l. 1 May.|
Also Agnes Carewe, Alice Sawyer, Ibotta Crede, Joan Holwyn, Joan Kelleye, Radigund Tilleye, Alice Worthye, Anestacia Ruswyll, Eliz. Benette, Joan Helton, Thomasina Carewe, Eliz. Assheleye, and Dorothy Cooke, nuns.
||Rievaulx, Yorks. Roland Blyton, a. 100 mks. (payable from St. Martin's in winter last). 1 May 30 (sic) Hen. VIII.|
Also Thos. Jackson, Wm. Steynson, Robt. Smythe, Robt. Wardale, Wm. Storere, Ric. Blythe alias Starburgh, Thos. Poulson alias Yarcome, Ric. Lyng alias Allerton, Wm. Brodeley, Rog. Watson alias Whitby, Ric. Jenkynson alias Ripon, Wm. Stapleton alias Bedall, Ric. Hall alias Gyllyng, Hen. Caulton alias Thriske, Wm. Wordale, Jas. Fayreweder alias Gynsburghe, Chr. Symondson alias Holynsley, Oliver Watson alias Broghton, and Matth. Torte alias Ampleford, monks there, and Thos. Capron alias Skegbye who was also there. 1 May 30 (sic) Hen. VIII.
||Newhame, Devon. Ric. Gyll, a. 44l. 6 May.|
Also Robt. Cogan, Wm. Westmester, Wm. Pedoo, Thos. Whyte, John Baker, John Roper, Thos. Male, John Riche, and Ralph Alfford, monks.
||St. Margaret's beside Marlborough, Wilts. John Sympson, p. 10l. 4 May.|
Also Edw. Sparke, Thos. Welborne, and John Tangatt, canons.
||Forde, Devon. John Newman, Wm. Sherneborne alias Rede, Ric. Exmester alias Were, John Brydgewater alias Stone, John Cosyns, Robt. Ilmester, John Fawell, Thos. Stafforde alias Bathe, Elizeus Clestum alias Potter, Wm. Wynsore alias Hyde, Wm. Grene, Wm. Denyngton alias Wyltshere, and Ric. Kyngesburye alias Sherman, monks. 12 May.|
||Torrante, Dors. Marg. Russhell, a. 40l. 23 May.|
Also Marg. Lyne, Anne Cheverell, Eliz. Worsley, Edith Rawlyns, Eliz. Strownede, Joan Mollens, Mary Newborowgh, Alice Parker, Alice Herte, Dorothy Sidenham, Joan More, Elena Michell, Eliz. Morton, Joan Balner, and Anne Gawen, nuns.
||Milton, Dors. John Stephyns alias Bradley, a. 133l. 6s. 8d. 20 May.|
Also John Whyte, Hen. Rudell, Thos. Garlonde, Paschasius Trigell, Ric. Nette, John ap Thomas, Nic. Godson, John Hibbarde, John Themmys, Nic. Edmond, Wm. Fosse, and Robt. Peter, monks.
||Torrante, Dors. Eliz. Holwell, Eliz. Dedmyll, Mary Bragge, and Eliz. Smythe, nuns. 23 May.|
||Pulton, Soms. Thos. Lenewoode, p. 5l.|
Also Hen. Draper, canon.
Barmondeseye, Surr. Robt. bp. of St. Asaph's, commendatory. 50 mks. 12 May.
Also Robt. Gyle, Thos. Gaynsborowghe, Thos. Gale, John Kyndarre, Peter Luke, John Cutberte, Thos. Rokeleye, Wm. Paynter, Thos. Stanbake, Steph. Felowe, John Coye, and John Marshall, monks.
||Forde, Devon. Thos. Charde alias Tybbes, a. 80l.|
||St. John's Hospital in Exeter. Ric. Harrys, master. 16l. 13s. 4d. 11 May.|
Also John Broderyge and John Scates, brethren.
||Wylton, Wilts. Christiana Wylloughby, Mary Gylman, Joan Servyngton, Christina Woodlande, Dorothy Lassell, — (blank) Cheyny, Joan Stylman, Eliz. Mogrydge, Lora Staunter, Kath. Auntell, Dorothy Mogryge, Anne Dauncy, Ursula Flomyng (sic), Dorothy Keylway, Joan Bonway, and Anne Asshe, nuns. 7 May.|
234, f. 1.
|Hevenynges, Linc. Joan Sandford, p. 6l. 13s. 4d. 22 Oct.|
Also Marg. Tyndall, Joan Duffild, Joan Amcettes (enrolled twice), Isabella Lyndeley, Eliz. Redar, Eliz. Burgh, Joan Clayton, Marg. Nelson, Marg. Marshall, Agnes Nuttyng, nuns.
||Shene, Surr. Hen. Man, p. 133l. 6s. 8d. 10 Oct.|
Also Edm. Fletewood, Robt. Thirbie, John Pysaia, Wm. Rilbery, Robt. Chaffre, John Bromleigh, Ric. Tildesley, Hen. Ball, John Crabtre, Thos. Manfelde, John Clement, Geo. Hornby, Wm. Marshall, Thos. Lowe, Thos. Hyne, Wm. Wode, Robt. Horseley, and Thos. Smyth, monks.
||Dertford, Kent. Joan Fane, p. 100 mks. 18 Oct.|
Also Eliz. Cressenor, Beatrix Marshall, Kath. Cloffyld, Joan Drylond, Kath. Esselyn, Marg. Cooke, Alice Davy, Anne Lago, Agnes Rooper, Eliz. Whyte, Mary Bentham, Dorothy Sydley, Marg. Warren, Matilda Frior, Eliz. Exmewe, Marg. Okeley, Anne Bowson, Mary Stoney, Eliz. Saygood, Elena Bostocke, Eleanor Woode, Alice Grensmyth, Kath. Garrett, Mary Blower, and Mary Kitson, nuns.
||Halywell, Midd. Elena Clare, Margery Fraunces, Alice Martyn, Alice Goldwell, Kath.|
Grene, Kath Fog, Isabella Gyve, Beatrix Lewys, Mary Goode, Elena Clave, Agnes Bolney, Christiana Skypper, and Alice Frelonde, nuns. 20 Nov.
||Halywell, Midd. Sibilla Newdygate, p. 50l.|
||Kyme, Linc. Ralph Fayrefax, p. 30l. 10 Oct.|
Also John Farnam, John Wake, John Bryce, John Favell, John Baxter, Ric. Browne, Oliver Elward, Rob. Ellyngton, Rob. Lunde.
||Hide, Hants. Walter Bore, Thomas Welles, Wm. Barthilmewe, Andrew Alton alias Powre, Thos. Welshe, John Bodman, John Andyver alias Phyllepps, John Russell alias Poulter, Ric. Layborn, Wm. Wodall, Ric. Horwell, Thos. Anger, Wm. Courtneyll, Ric. Wodlocke, Edm. Grymboll, John Valantyne, John Benett, John Alfreed alias Walred, John Basill alias Greit, Ph. Leeff, monks. 20 Oct.|
||Wolvescroft, Leic. Edw. Dalbye, p. 20l. 25 Oct.|
Also Thos. Massye, Thos. Mason, Wm. Belton, Ric. Eglott, Wm. Eland, Wm. Smyth, and Hen. Smyth, canons.
||Bury St. Edmond's, Suff. Thos. Ryngstede alias Denysse, Edm. Rowgham alias Maltnarde, Wm. Thaxstede alias Gardyner, Thos. Gnatsall alias Eldred, Thos. Stoneham alias Cooke, Simon Berdwell alias Saffere, Ralph Norwiche alias Glanfeld, Thos. Denston alias Stoke, John Westgate alias Bower, John Claydon alias Helperbye, Edm. Burye alias Fennyng, Robt. Hylderclaye alias Fenne, John Wolfspett alias Bucknam, John Sudbury alias Hall, Edm. Wetherden alias Halley, John Cambridge alias Langham, John Osmonde, Geo. Illy alias Moptide, Wm. Elmyswell alias Bockhill, Robt. Hegsett alias Potkyn, Humph. Attylborowe alias Yonger, John Bury alias Howes, John Lavenham alias Hunte, Thos. Mildenhall alias Cole, Oliver Melford alias Marche, Thos. Dysse alias Fenne, John Bradfelde alias Wright, Thos. Ippeswiche, alias Dawes, Ayllot Halstede alias Holte, John Fowldon alias Page, Robt. Honyngton alias Howes, John Hadley alias Kynge, Robt. Nedeham alias Bronyon, John Hicklyngham alias Rede, John Wolspett alias Starre, John Barton alias Harryson, Thos. Hegsett alias Rowght, Thos. Harlowe alias Byrde, John Lophom alias Saunder, Rog. Maldon, Peter Donwiche alias Kylborn, Ralph Warketon alias Marshall, John Walsingham alias Beckham, monks. 5 Nov.|
||The same. John Melford alias Reve, a. 333l. 6s. 8d. 11 Nov.|
||St. Peter's, Westminster. Wm. Ellys, Geo. Spryngwell, John Foster, Wm. Melton, Wm. Verite, Wm. Pacyens, and Wm. Estney, monks. 21 Jan.|
||Nuncotton, Linc. Joan Tompson, p. 6l. Undated.|
Also Alice Colman, Alice Passmyre, Eleanor Heliarde, Alice Fedell, Joan Bruane, Dorothy Buck, Alice Robynson, Marg. Thompson, Eliz. Scipwith, Marg. Hostybye, Isabel Evrsbye, Marg. Dynwell, and Marg. Jacklyng, nuns.
||Nuneton, Warw. Agnes Oulton, p. 40l. 26 Nov.|
Also Agnes Wylsey, Isabel Purfreye, Joan Whalley, Eliz. Mylwarde, Joan Wetnall, Isabel Rapington, Jocosa Fitzherberte, Anne Everatt, Lucy Hasilrigge, Joan Bate, Joan Haseley, Marg. Dyxwell, Rose Ceton, Mary Worseley, Joan Copstone, Mary Baryngton, Elena Townesende, Dorothy Ryddell, Jocosa Clarke, Eliz. Berdemore, Eliz. Banyster, Joan More, Agnes Kyngeston, and Joan Palmer, nuns.
||Bodemyne, Cornv. Thos. Wannysworth, p. 66l. 13s. 4d. 10 Oct.|
Also Ric. Olyver, Benedict Smythe, Thos. Rosemonde, John Wylcoke, Thos. Marshall, Mich. Plemyng, John Beste, Thos. Rawlyns, and Ric. Luer (who has besides his pension, certain firewood annually out of Donmyre Wood in the lordship of Bodynell), canons.
||Bewvale, Notts. Thos. Woodcocke, p. 26l. 13s. 4d. 20 Oct.|
Also John Langforde, Wm. Wellys, Alex. Lowthe, Edm. Garnett, Robt. Gowton, Nich. Doockenar, Thos. Leighton, Thos. Walysshe, Ric. Wakefelde, and Ric. Byrde, monks.
||Clerkenwell, Midd. Isabel Sackefelde, p. 50l. 17 Oct.|
Also Joan Edmondes, Eliz. Grygorye, Alice Walseye, Anne Borowe, Joan Hussey, Joan Mercer, Marion Smythe, Mary Overton, Thomasina Tufnall, Thomasina Burgoyn, and Joan Sakevylde, nuns.
||Newstede, Notts. John Blake, p. 26l. 13s. 4d. 28 Oct.|
Also Ric. Kychyne, Robt. Sysson, John Bredon, John Darsyld, Wm. Batheley, Geoff. Acrike, Wm. Dutton, Chr. Motteram, Ric. Hardwycke, Hen. Tynkar, and Leonard Alenson, canons.
||St. Alban's, Herts. Ric. Boreman, a. 266l. 13s. 4d. 14 Dec.|
Also Thos. Kyngesburye, John Albon, Thos. Islan, Wm. Hemmyngforde, Wm. Estredge, Wm. Asshewell, John Wendover, Thos. Newnham, Wm. Wyat, Ralph Bury, Wm. Albon, Geoff. Sterkey, Thos. Marchaunte, Edw. Hyll, John Whethamsted, Ralph Campyon, Robt. Bury, Robt. Moreton, Hen. Bestney, John Brightwyse, Steph. Bayly, Wm. Este, Ralph Rykmansworthe, John Salter, Edw. Sibley, Thos. Curtys, Thos. Bartylmewe, Ric. Benett, Wm. Leonard, Robt. Gregory, Robt. Gyles, Peter Catton, Thos. Albon, Thos. Bynham, Rog. Mighell, Wm. Alen, Wm. Adam, Ric. Bever, and Ric. Milmars, monks.
||Barkyng, Essex. Dorothy Berlee, a. 200 mks. 26 Nov.|
Also Thomasina Jenney, Dorothy Fitzlewes, Agnes Townesend, Marg. Scrowpe, Joan Fyncham, Margery Ballard, Martha Fabyan, Ursula Wentworth, Joan Drurye, Eliz. Wyott, Agnes Horsey, Suzanna Suliarde, Marg. Cotton, Gabriel (sic) Shelton, Margery Paston, Eliz. Badcok, Agnes Buknam, Kath. Pollard, Anne Snowe, Marg. Bramston, Mary Tyrell, Eliz. Prist, Audrey Mordaunt, Winifred Mordaunt, Eliz. Banbrik, Marg. Kempe, Alice Hyde, Lucy Long, Matilda Gravell, Marg. Grenehyll, nuns.
||Elnestowe, Beds. Eliz. Boyvyll, a. 50l. 20 Nov.|
Also Ellen Snowe, Anne Wake, Cecily Starky, Matilda Sheldon, Alice Boivyll, Anne Preston, Kath. Wyngate, Dorothy Comberford, Eliz. Napton, Alice Blakwall, Eliz. Staynesmore, Margery Preston, Marg. Nicholson, Barbara Grey, Alice Bolles, Alice Forster, Eliz. Synklere, Alice Crofte, Anne Ardys, Eliz. Waltam, Eliz. Fox, Eliz. Hewes, Cecily Hyllys.
||Irfurthe, Linc. Joan Tompson, p. 5l. 1 Dec.|
Also Marg. Hattelyffe, Joan Doket, Joan Oldman, Cecily Turner. Alice Chapman, Kath. Morelde, and Ellen Dawber, nuns.
||Grymesbye, Linc. Marg. Riddersdale, p. 4l. 22 Nov.|
Also Eliz. Harryson, Joan Roosse, Isabel Kyngeston, Beatrix Frankysshe, Joan Lowndesdale, Marg. Bettnesse, nuns.
||Haghmond, Salop. Thos. Corvesar, a 40l. 2 Dec.|
Also John Colfax, Wm. Rolff, Rog. Mekyn, Hugh Cooke, Wm. Ryland, Wm. Owen, John Wryght, Wm. Ridge, John Marthowes, Thos. Lee, Thos. Clarke, and Ric. Doone, canons.
||St. Bartholomew's in Smithfield, London. Robt. Glasier, sub-prior, 15l. 20 Nov.|
Also Wm. Barlowe, John Smyth, Hen. George, John Smyth, Chr. Reynolde, Peter Wade, Robt. Stokys, Robt. Kenham, Ric. Duffe, John Sutton, Geo. Chapman, and Matth. Dyll, canons.
||St. Oswald's, Yorks. Robt. Ferrer, p. 100l. 20 Dec.|
Also John Gybson, canon there.
||The same. Wm. Brokysbanke, Thos. Musgrave, Thos. Thrugalande, Robt. Cowerd, Geo. Sutton, Thos. Wager, Robt. Holden, Ric. Jenkynson, John Harrysoune, Giles Stanfelde, Laur. Kente, Ric. Batte, Adam Wylkynson, Robt. Thornetone, Wm. Strayghtbarell, John Warde, Thos. Shocte, Thos. Whyte, Thos. Glestons, John Browne, Hen. Browne, Chr. Saunder, John Preston, Ant. Flemmynge, Gilb. Harryson, and John Pullane, canons. 1 March.|
||Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, London. Wm. Mager, p. 80l. 19 Dec.|
Also Dunstan Sawer, John Cokborne, Thos. Almon, John Richardson, Rog. Lambe, and Thos. Wyllys, canons; and Alice Cholmeley, Agnes Brampston, sisters.
||Burnham, Bucks. Alice Baldwyne, a. 13l. 6s. 8d. Undated.|
Also Anne Benefilde, Marg. Browne, Anne Noris, Alice Celles, Eliz. Woodforde, Marg. Mosse, Bridget Woodward, Lucy Pagett, Eliz. Loo, nuns.
||Maryke, Yorks. Christabel Cowper, p. 100s. 20 Oct.|
Also Marg. Levechilde, Joan Norreys, Marg. Conyars, Eliz. Dalton, Eleanor Maxwell Joan Barnynghame, Joan Marton, Grace Rotherford, Eliz. Cloce, Eliz. Robynson,Anne Ledman, and Eliz. Syngleton, nuns.
||Syon, Midd. Agnes Jorden, a. 200l. 12 Dec.|
Also Marg. Wyndesore (50 mks.), Marg. Dely, Bridget Fitzherbert, Bridget Belgrave, Joan Strangwyshe, Marg. Showldame, Eliz. Strykelande, Marg. Bougchier, Dorothy Slyght, Agnes Smyth, Kath. Somerfelde, Kath. Breerton, Eliz. Strange, Eliz. Ogle, Agnes Merett, Esanna Elamere, Joan Russhe, Alice Jaye, Marg. Conyere, Eliz. Mountayne, Anne Unkys, Eliz. Edwardes, Joan Judde, Susan Purpheraye, Alice Lyster, Ellen Phetyplace, Clemens Tressham, Rose Pachett, Marg. Elerton, Marg. Coverte, Joan Deyne, Mary Denneham, Mary Whetnoo, Parnell Damporte, Dorothy Codrington, Anne Edwardes, Eleanor Pegge, Kath. Palmer, Bridget Sulyarde, Eliz. Knottysforde, Marg. Lupton, Alice Betenham, Ursula Fetyplace, Eliz. Faux, Eliz. Yattes, Dorothy Betteman, Audrey Dely, Anne Daunce, Marg. Monyngton, Mary Nevell, Alice Elerton, Alice Pulton, Alice Senosse, Eliz. Crucheley, Marg. Walker, nuns.
Also David Curson, Ric. Whiteforde, John Grene, Ant. Sutton, John Stewken, Ric. Lache, Ant. Litell, John Howell, Thos. Pollarde, John Millet, Thos. Precious, John Selbye, Jas. Wolley, John Bartelet, John Massey, Wm. Tyrlyngton, and Ric. Browne, brethren.
||St. Mary Overey's, Surr. Barth. Fowle, p. 100l., and a tenement within the close of the monastery. 10 Dec.|
Also Thos. Henden, Wm. Goodwyne, John Morpithe, Steph. Byssetur, Wm. Man, Edm. Alston, Jas. Drynker, Thos. Litelworthe, Robt. Goodman, Thos. Kendall, and Alan Blande, canons.
||St. Swithin's, Winchester. John Carpenter, Thos. Lambe, Rog. Pratt, and Roland Kympeston, monks. 28 Jan.|
||Parshor, Worc. John Stone well, bp. of Politensis, abbot commendatory. 160l., and buildings called the Gallery and New Lodging with a garden, and two orchards with ponds in them, within the site of the monastery. 12 Feb.|
Also John Sondyforde, John Hill, Jas. Wellys, Ric. Pollen, Gilb. Gybbyns, Wm. Hibbolde, Thos. Hawkyns, John Survyor, Thos. Elyn, Thos. Bradley, Wm. Creyse, Andrew Dudley, Geo. Philippes, and Thos. Heathe, monks.
||St. Peter's Gloucester. Gabriel Morton, p. 20l.|
Also Edw. Benette, Wm. Morwente, Thos. Kyngeswoode, Edm. Wotton, Thos. Hertland, John Wygmore, Wm. Newporte, Humph. Barkeley, Wm. Augustyne, Thos. Lee, Wm. Symes, Walt. Standleye, and Ric. Anselme, monks.
||Thornton Curteys, Linc. Robt. Hewette, Wm. Rowche, Thos. Epforthe, Edw. Hudson, John Hylton, Edw. Edname, and John Freston, monks. 2 Feb.|
||Laund, Leic. John Lancaster, p. 60l. 28 Jan.|
Also Wm. Stokfaston alias Beyrege, John Atkyns, Thos. Bowman, Wm. Baily, Wm. Worthe, Wm. Barton, Hugh Elye, Thos. Palmer, Robt. Barrette, and Ralph Cooke, canons.
||Great Malvern, Worc. Ric. Whitborne, p. 66l. 13s. 4d. 1 Feb.|
Also Rog. Frome, Ric. Succley, Ric. Webley, Wm. Umbersley, Maculm (sic) Malverne, Wm. Bennett, Ric. Poole, Thos. Powycke, Reg. Werstane, Hugh Lychefyld and Chr. Aldewyn, monks.
||Ramsey, Hunts. John Lawrence, a. 266l. 13s. 4d. and a tenement with certain rights (specified) in Ramsey. 10 Feb.|
Also Robt. Huchyn, John Dryver, John Pakye alias Ryngestede, John Anyson alias Downhame, John Nycolls, Laur. Bardeney, Wm. Sylke, Wm. Rogers alias Halywell, Wm. Alwyn, Steph. Bawdwyn, Thos. Baker, Wm. Cooke, Thos. Powle alias Brayntre, John Pakye, John Hodyngsett alias Lylford, John Fraunte, John Pawmer alias Haliwell, Thos. Andrewe, Wm. — (blank) alias Swasey, John Brigeman alias Burwell, Robt. Harrys alias Standgronde, Ric. Hawlyng, Hugh Phillippe, Wm. Irlonde, Thos. Fylde, John Pycarde, John Smyth alias Tysense, John Whytewell alias Bollyngboroughe, Geo. Marshall alias London, monks.
||Wynchcombe, Glouc. Ric. Munslowe, a. 140l. 21 Jan.|
Also John Hancokes, Wm. Craker, Wm. Blossome, Wm. Bradley, Ric. Freman, John Whalley, Ric. Parker, Wm. Trentham, Walt. Cowper, Hugh Cowper, Wm. Horwoode, Ric. Wylliams, Walt. Turbott, Ric. Boidon, Ric. Banister, Geo. Foo, and Chr. Chawnfate, monks.
||Holy Trinity, Twynham, Hants. Robt. Beverey, Reg. Benett, Ric. South, Wm. Clerke, John Pope, Walt. Churche, John Peppett, Wm. Martyn, Robt. Meryfylde, Walt. Mathell, Wm. Skeyte, John Stone, Thos. Andrewez, John Tulce, Thos. Hancoke, Thos. Cooke, Ant. Pyteman, John Drover, canons. 7 Feb.|
||The same. John Draper, bp. of Neapolis, a. 133l. 6s. 8d. and a mansion called le Prijours Lodgyng in Somerford, Hants. 7 Feb.|
||Ambresbury, Wilts. Joan Darrell, p. 100l. 4 Feb.|
Also Christiana Idesley, Edith Curties, Margery Hunton, Joan Horner, Anne Newman, Anne Preduaux, Marg. Warder, Eliz. Alen, Agatha Sydnam, Joan Dawse, Eliz. Phetyplace, Joan Autyle, Anne Bukkley, Agnes Kyngesmyll, Joan Rolande, Eliz. Exhurst, Marg. Beynbrigge, Sibilla Ingelfelde, Juliana Appryce, Alice Gyfforde, Marg. Beche, Bridget Popley, Marg. Acton, Dorothy Gooderde, Kath. Flewellyn, Cecily Ayeres, Mary Cursyn, Mary Perse, Bridget Clynton, Joan Spadarde, Anne Yate, and Sibilla Antyll, nuns.
||Newenham, Beds. JohnBurne, p. 60l. 20 Jan.|
Also John Poley, Robt. Gayton, Eustace Brewster, Ric. Gye, Robt. Key, Wm. Warde, Simon Leycestre, John Buntyng, Hen. Walys, John Blakester alias Northampton, Thos. Sterenger, John Smyth, Hen. Kerke, John Forest, and Gilb. Courteman, canons.
||Peterborough, Ntht. John Chamber, a. 266l. 13s. 4d. and an allowance of firewood (specified). 1 March.|
Also John Walpole alias Cheyney, Wm. Castor alias Smyth, Wm. Bristowe alias Dere, Robt. Burne alias Rider, Chr. Lincoln alias Hargyll, Wm. Hareford alias Inde, Robt. Nettlond alias Peerson, John Pomefreitt alias Colman, Robt. Coventre, John Browne alias Peterborough, Humph. Natures, Hen. Sutton alias Chapman, John Overton alias Bretton, Wm. Exetor alias Felde, Wm. Wysbyche alias Bowler, Thos. Ketterynge alias Howlett, John Alwyn alias Vestell, Robt. Kyrton alias Marchaunt, Wm. Thorneton alias Wyndle, Edw. Berney alias Wilkynson, Robt. London alias Westbroke, Thos. Holkeche alias Carnes, Rog. Birde, Wm. Ramsey alias Thorpe, John Morton alias Ubancke, Ambrose Castor alias Mares, Chr. Croylande alias Carleton, Ric. Notyngham alias Riche, Geoff. Lynne alias Paris, John Croylande alias Dyglyng, Ric. Depyng alias Maundesley, John Royall alias Philippe, Ric. Elyngton alias Halle, John Lesingham alias Sawell, Griffin Gloucetor alias Jones, Wm. Clyffe alias Smythe, and Ric. Grauntbam alias White, monks.
||St. Augustine's beside Bristol. Morgan Gwillme, a. 80l. and the mansion and chief messuage of the manor of Lee, in co. — (blank). Undated.|
Also Humph Hieman, John Restall, John Carye, Hen. Pavye, Wm. Wryngton, Wm. Underwoode, Nich. Corbett, Ric. Hyll, Ric. Oryell, Ric. Kersey, and Ric. Hughes, canons.
||Spaldyng, Linc. Ric. Elsyn, p. 133l. 6s. 8d. 27 Jan.|
Also Robt. Pynchebecke, John Beston, Thos. Swynneshed, John Spaldyng, John Okebame, Nic. Molton, Ric. Dawber, John Hacsey, Ambrose Irbye, Ric. Gedney, Miles Okehame, John Newarke, John Newman, Leonard Boston, Thos. Fryskeney, John Freston, and Hugh Ideott, monks.
||Bylleswyke alias Gauntes, beside Bristol. John Colman, master. 40l. 24 Jan.|
Also Ric. Fechett, Thos. Pynchyn, and John Glas, brethren.
||Thorney, Camb. Thos. Hake. Maurice Carter, Wm. Lee, Alan Kendall, Wm. Stalworthe, Thos. Noble, John Gymlette, Rog. Buck, Robt. Huett, Robt. Thacker, Wm. Alborne alias Chamberleyne, John Smythe, Simon Lewes, John Everard, Martin Chipsham, Robt. Bayte, Griffin Stephenson, Robt. Harpyn, and Robt. Hewett, monks. 2 Feb,|
||Crowland, Linc. John Wellys alias Bryggys, a. 133l. 6s. 8d. 1 Feb.|
Also Wm. Pynchebeke alias Harbard, Ant. Overton, Ric. Waplod alias Martyn, Ric. Slyford alias Benett, Ric. Coventre alias Harbarley, John London alias Chylde, John Boston alias Grene, John Ramsey alias Elyott, Wm. Tofte alias Skyrbyke, Wm. Gedney alias Dawson, Thos. Stoke alias Alderyche, Nic. Sutton alias Nune, Wm. Bardney alias Saratt, John Halyngton alias Smyth, Wm. Buknall alias Cootes, John Ufford alias Pryour, John Rotherham alias Clerke, Thos. Grantham alias Greneham, Robt. Stanfford alias Townesende, Peter Freeston alias Claye, Wm. Bowgh, Wm. Chesterton alias Gotobed, John Cotenham alias Raynes, Robt. Portyngton alias Shypton, Wm. Denton alias Grene, Ric. Ufforde alias Hall, Thos. Crowland alias Parker (who has in addition a chamber in Crowland called the Master of the Work's office, and the fishing thereto belonging), monks.
||Evesham, Worc. Ph. Haford, a. 240l. and certain buildings (specified) within the precincts. 16 Feb.|
Also Ric. Gloucetur, John Norton, Ric. Hawkesburye, John Clotsall, Humph. Acton, Thos. Marleborough, Robt. Ombursley, Ric. Grace, John Alcestre, Chr. Bradwaye, Ric. Studley, Reg. Barnesley, John Warewyk, Robt. Vertue, Thos. Weston, Thos. Stafford, Nic. Malverne, Geo. London, John Hupton, John Brokhampton, Robt. Joseph, John Feckenhame, Wm. Egwyne, Wm. Lyttleton, Wm. Caumpton, Thos. Coventrye, Ric. Throgmerton, Thos. Lychefelde, John Bromesgrove, John Streteforthe, Thos. Brystowe, Thos. Alchurche, Walter Grafton, monks.
||Winton, Hants. Eliz. Shelley, a. 26l. 13s. 4d. 10 Feb.|
Also Agnes Masham, Agnes Bachecroft, Marg. Leight, Marg. Schelley, Faith Welbeke, Edburga Scrafford, Eliz. Wonnerch, Marg. Sellwood, Christiana Cuffe, Matilda Aldrech, Thomasina Medelton, Anne Mondaye, Joan Wayte, Joan Frye, Margery Percher, Christina Gannysford, Joan Gaynsford, Joan Eyres, Mary Martyn, Joan Morton, Dorothy Ryngwood, Joan Rydford, nuns.
||Wherwell, Hants. Morpheta Kyngismyll, a. 40l. 26 Feb.|
Also Alice Gilbard, Margery Waight, Eliz. Clarke, Joan Mychell, Eliz. Pykeryng, Agnes Cyvell, Joan Erneley, Joan Lucas, Mary Inkepenne, Jocosa Harte, Alice Harward, Eliz. Percher, Mary Erneley, Agnes Hardyng, Morpheta Vyne, Joan Mate, Mary Willoughby, Joan Wadlocke. Eliz. Foster, Eliz. Hacker, Joan Doollyng, Agnes Holte, Marg. Aisshe, and Eliz. Tomlyn, nuns.
||Ely, Camb. Robt. Welles, p. 120l. 1 March.|
Also John Custance, Robt. Hamonde, Wm. Sewall, John Warde, Nic. Duxfforde, Robt. Dereham, Ric. Denys, Edm. Cootys, John Corbett, John Chatterys, Wm. Tydde alias Whitrede, John Bury, John Stoneham, monks there.
||The same. John Spyrard, Thos. Soham, Robt. Sutton, Thos. Wylberton, Wm. Wysbich, Wm. Hande, Thos. Agarston, John Spirard, John Whitbye, Thos. Maundes, and Thos. Braby alias Overi, monks. 20 Feb.|
||Cokehill, Worc. Eliz. Hughes, p. 8l. 15 Feb.|
Also Anne Morgan, Joan Belamy, Alice Wastle, Marg. Dyson, Anne Reve, and Ellen Owley, nuns.
||Assherudge, Bucks. Thos. Waterhouse, rector. 100l. and certain firewood (specified). 23 Feb.|
Also Thos. Hyll, Mich. Draper, John Hatfylde, Robt. Hychyn, Ric. Garden, Wm. Knyghton, Ric. Bedford, Ric. Canon, Joseph Stepneth, Rog. Byrcheley, Wm. Yonge, Wm. Downham, Wm. Broke, Ric. Sawnders, John Axstell, and Edw. Pecoke, brethren.
||Circestre, Glouc. John Blake, a. 200l. 12 Feb.|
Also Ric. Woodall, Wm. Warbott, Thos. Fyssher, Thos. Hodde, John Russell, John Walley, Wm. More, Ric. Bolley, John Straunge, Thos. Logger, Ant. Chilcock, Hen. Hankes, Jas. Plebeyne, Wm. Smyth, Ric. Lane, and Wm. Phelps (rectory of Circestre), canons.
||Hayles, Glouc. Steph. Sagar, a. 100l., and a mansion called Coscombe or Costome in Dydbroke parish, Glouc. 25 Feb.|
Also John Dawson, Ph. Brode, Wm. Choo, John Sylvester, Thos. Pharr, John Gryffyth, Ric. Edon, Reg. Lane, Adam Tyler, Wm. Netherton, Thos. Hopkyns, Ric. Dawnser, Ric. Woodward, Rog. Rede, Wm. Hollydaye, Thos. Rede, Elizeus Dugdell, John Hall, Chr. Hodgeston, John Holme, and Ric. Dene, monks.
||Worcester. Thos. Sudburye, Wm. Lemster, Ric. Calamon, John Berowe, Ric. Cleve, Wm. Wyche, Thos. Sturbridge, John Crowle, Rog. Batnall, John Cropthorn, and John Newnhame, monks there. 10 March.|
||Malmesbury, Wilts. Robt. Frampton, a. 200 mks., with a tenement in the Broad street and a garden opposite the Red Cross. 26 Feb.|
Also John Coddryngton, Thos. Tewkysbury, Ralph Sherwood, Ph. Brystowe, Ric. Assheton, John Gloucetour, Walt. Jaye, Ric. Pylton, Wm. Alderley, John Caulme, Thos. Dorsely, Thos. Gloucestre, Walt. Sutton, John Horseley, Thos. Stanley, Wm. Brystowe, Thos. Froster, Robt. Elmore, Wm. Wynchecombe, Wm. Bysley, monks.
||Schappe, Westmld. Ric. Baggot, a. 40l. 1 March.|
Also Robt. Laylande, Thos. Typpyng, Martin Makareth, John Dawson, John Bell, John Adyson, Ant. Johnson, Ralph Watson, Edm. Carter, Ric. Moll, Hugh Watson, John Rudde, Geo. Ellerson, and Edw. Michell, monks.
||Alnwick, Nthld. Wm. Harrysoune, a. 50l. 3 March.|
Also Robt. Scheparde, Robt. Clerke, Thos. Trolloppe, Robt. Froster, Thos. Stele, John Huchensoune, Rog. Spence, Wm. Hudsoune, Edw. Hudshonsoune, Robt. Baker, Ric. Myllner, Jas. Sympsoune, Ric. Athe, Wm. Saundersoune, Ric. Wheteley, and Thos. Maunsell, canons.
||Wenlocke, Salop. John Baylie, p. 80l.|
Also Wm. Corffelde, Ric. Fysshewyke, Thos. Acton, John Castell, Ric. Fenymer, Wm. Benge, Ric. Norgrove, Thos. Ball, Wm. Morthowe, John Lee, Wm. Chamberleyn, John Hopkys, monks.
||Chester Nunnery. Eliz. Grosvenour, p. 20l. 25 Feb.|
Also Marg. Shakelady, Marg. Fradson, Marg. Tatton, Alice Tailor, Joan Foxwyfte, Joan Chauntryll, Kath. Smyth, Frances Bradborne, Eleanor Dotten, Joan Johns, Margery Taylour, Margery Crafforde, Eliz. Whithedd, nuns.
||Whitbye, Yorks. Hen. Davell, a. 100 mks. 1 March.|
Also Robt. Woodhous, Thos. Brabyner, Wm. Clerkeson, Wm. Knagges, Wm. Nicholson, Thos. Thorpe, Peter Tompson, Thos. Hewett, Thos. Strabyler, Robt. Warde, Hen. Barker, Robt. Peirson, Wm. Still, John Watson, Matth. Patche, Wm. Newton, Wm. Froste, Robt. Baxter, Wm. Kyldale, and Wm. Colson, monks.
||Basedale, Yorks. Eliz. Rowghton, p. 6l. 13s. 4d. 16 March.|
Also Alice Stable, Eliz. Couper, Marg. Couper, Agnes Nellis, Agnes Addeson, Barbara Bromeley, Agnes Turtylby, and Joan Fletcher, nuns.
||Thykehede, Yorks. Agnes Bekwyth, p. 6l. 13s. 4d.|
Also Alice Yong, Marg. Kychynman, Ellen Starkye, Matilda Chapman, Agnes Hunsley, Marjory Swale, Isabel Cawton, and Ellen Fyssher, nuns.
||Newcastle, Nthld. Agnes Lawson (6l. 13s. 4d.), Joan Scott, Joan Baxter, Joan Prior, Marg. Pendoreth, Joan Colyer, Joan Broderigg, Eliz. Shafthoo, Cecily Middelton, Joan Yonger, and Eliz. Crawmere, nuns. 18 March,|
||Blanseland, in co. — (blank). Wm. Spragon, a. 10l. 10 March.|
Also Wm. Clerke, Thos. Lancastre, John Crosseley, Thos. Browne, Thos. Toppyng, Robt. Collpottes, Thos. Carre, and Thos. Baxter, monks.
||Leedes, Kent. Thos. Daye, p. 80l. 17 April.|
Also Wm. Daunce, Lancelot Gylbanke, Wm. Shepparde, [Thos. Daye, the prior, repeated], Thos. Sydnour, John Fayrehed, Chas. Waley, Wm. Barker, Ric. Rogers, John Drurye, Ric. Smythe, Wm. Sommer, Thos. Caleye, Wm. Nicholas, and Wm. Hearynge, canons.
||St. James's, Bristol. Robt. Circestre, p. 13l. 6s. 8d. 4 March.|
Derehurste, Glouc. John Bromesgreve, p. 13l. 6s. 8d.
||Nunkelynge, Yorks. Christiana Burgh, p. 8l. 8 March.|
Also Agnes Hall, Alice Stapleton, Marg. Segeswikk, Isabel Bante, Joan Mason, Isabel Methame, Alice Thornlynson, Dorothy Wylberfosse, Joan Bowman, Joan Hewthwaite, Alice Sygeswike, and Joan Clevynge, nuns.
||Fountains, Yorke. Mann. Bradley, a. 100l. 1 March.|
Also Thos. Kidde, Laur. Benne, Ric. Shebden, Ric. Norreis, Thos. Smekergill, Robt. Clyfton, Robt. Brodebelte, John Tewisdaie, John Melsonbye, Gawen Byrtlestone, Wm. Donwell, Thos. Tutyll, Thos. Grenwood, Wm. Carforde, Wm. Hobsoune, Thos. Dykensone, John Hoton, John Yonges, Chr. Jenkynson, Marm. Jenkynson, Chr, Lyghton, Thos. Browne, Edm. Aland, Robt. Calbecke, Ant. Kendall, Gawen Storke, Edm. Lowde, Matth. Morlande, Robt. Dodgeson, Hen. Jackson, and John Walworthe, monks.
||Old Malton, Yorks. John Crawshawe, p. 40l. Undated.|
Also Robt. Laverok, Wm. Rygwall, Ant. Swynebanke, Robt. Emerson, John Tod, John Jackson, Hen. Bayneley, Robt. Paytes, Wm. Bawdekyn, and John Scott, monks.
||Durham. Thos. Holbourne, Ric. Crossebye, Ric. Johnson, John Swallewell, John Browne, Hen. Richardson, Cuthb. Robynson, John Dove, Alex. Wodmans, John Dukett, John Smarthuate, John Watson, Chr. Ryseley, John Scott, Chr. Robynson, Thos. Harper, Cuthb. Balyff, Giles Gonbie, Thos. Robynson, Chr. Eggleston, John Robynson, Miles Swallwell, John Blyth, Robt. Chylton, Rog. Rawe, John Sothron, and Ric. Foster, monks. 10 March.|
||Eggleston, Yorks. Thos. Shepard, a. 13l. 6s. 8d. 1 March.|
Also Robt. Redshawe, Hen. Clacton, Wm. Mason, Wm. Wrighte, Thos. Hildereth, Ralph Cootes, Thos. Eggleston, John Clappam, monks.
||Watton, Yorks. Thos. Webster, Ric. Wylkenson, Thos. Layther, John Collyer, Ric. Chomeley, Lancelot Shawe, Jas. Harkesaye, and Wm. Gott, canons there. And Joan Warcoppe, Agnes Warner, Anne Ellerker, Dorothy Vavasor, Marg. Evers, Agnes Ellerker, Marg. Willowes, Eliz. Borowe, Marg. Colte, Marg. Tompson, Joan Reynolde, Eliz. Burneholme, Marg. Peghame, Joan Hurtskye, Joan Nicholson, Anne Saltmershe, Joan Rayle, Alice Tyngate, Joan Calverd, Joan Lancaster, Marg. Nicholson, Isabel Dykenson, Margery Trolloppe, Joan Roose, Alice Walles, Constance Hebden, Kath. Hunter, Joan Ayssheton, Eleanor Constable, Eliz. Stoute, Alice Danyell, Eliz. Tavell, nuns; and Anne Cooke, Joan Edmonde, Joan Dyxson, Marg. Danbroke, Eliz. Dowgelbye, Marg. Clerk, Agnes Carter, Eliz. Tayngate, and Marion Graye, sisters. 12 March.|
||St. Werburga's, Chester. Robt. Wyngham, John Taylor, John Stanley, Ric. Whythedd, Hugh Mathewe, Ric. Robertson, Randolph Fynchettes, John Mayar, John Gostilowe, Thos. Rutter, and Ric. Downe, monks. 1 March.|
||Neshame, Dham. Joan Lawson, p. 6l.|
Also Ellen Creithorn, Eliz. Herpor, Marg. Trollopp, Joan Lowyk, Barbara Middelton, Eliz. Hewgill, and Marg. Dowson, nuns.
||Holyston, in co. — (blank). Eliz. Turnar, p. 100s. 10 March.|
Also Eliz. Rede alias Morpeth, Felix Runderforth, Eliz. Rede alias Reddesdale, Agnes Rede, Cecily Joyes and Marg. Dichaunte, nuns.
||St. Mary's beside York. Wm. Dente, a. 400 mks. 26 Feb.|
Also Guy Kelsaye, prior (20 mks.) and Ric. Woodde, Wm. Mushame, Thos. Clynte, John Mathewe, Ric. Berwycke, Thos. Syngleton, Thos. Jackeson, Thos. Ketlande, Nic. Berwykk, Wm. Walton, Wm. Crawe, John Alanby, John Thompson, John Birkehedde, Thos. Marse, John Coke, John Elmer, Wm. Hapton, Ric. Adamson, Ric. Watson, Robt. Lowthroppe, Wm. Thompson, John Sympson, John Baitson, Robt. Underwode, Thos. Esshe, Edm. Medcalff, John Potte, Nich. Cowper, Jas. Tatam, Thos. Peerson, Rog. Thomlynson, John Wynne, Adam Sheperde, Ric. Donatson, Robt. Redsawe, Jas. Bukeley, Ant. Hykk, Thos. Berker, Thos. Baynes, Geo. Armorer, Thos. Brysewode, John Nicholson, Edm. Hallowes, Robt. Deane, Ralph Colyer, and Robt. Beckwithe, — (blank) there.
||Dunstable, Beds. Thos. Cleybroke, Ric. Kent, Geo. Edwardes, John Stalworth, Edm. Grene, Peter Whyppe, Ric. Bulstred, Austin Curtes, Robt. Somer, John Nyxe, Nic. Claybroke, John Percyvall, canons. 20 Jan.|
||Tewkysbury, Glouc. John Bayly, Robt. Cheltenham, Edm. Stanley, Thos. Sturton, Thos. Wynchecombe, Thos. Lemyngton, John Cheltenham, Rog. Cumpton, Thos. Twynnynge, Ric. Compton, Thos. Teynton, John Morton, John Tewkysbury, Thos. Lekhampton, Wm. Streyneshame, Robt. Aston, John Asheton, John Gales, Edw. Stanewaye, Thos. Brystowe, John Derehurste, John Hartelande, Thos. Newporte, Rog. Preston, John Eveshame, Ph. Cardyff, Thos. Thorneburye, Hen. Worcetor, Ric. Cheltenham, Giles Marlowe, Ric. Goderton, Thos. Craneborne, John Welneford, Alex. Belye, and Ric. Wymeborne, monks. 4 March.|
||Missenden, Bucks. John Otewell, a. 50l. Undated.|
Also John Wedon, Rog. Palmer, monks there.
||The same. Thos. Bernerdys, John Slythurste, Thos. Luffenhame, Wm. Roberts, John Amerey, Wm. Smyth, and Robt. Scheaperde, monks. 1 March.|
||Cranebourne, Dors. Wm. Dydcotte, p. 10l. 4 March.|
||Swyne, Yorks. Dorothy Knyght, p. 13l. 6s. 8d. 20 Feb.|
Also Alice Smyth, Eliz. Clytheroo, Martha Battell, Dorothy Stapleton. Eliz. Thorne, Eliz. Ellisley, Eliz. Patrike, Eliz. Arte, Eliz. Copelay, Eliz. Clyfton, Eliz. Tyas, Eliz. Grymston, Marg. Whitefeld, Mary Banke, Cecily Swale, Dorothy Tomlynson, Barbara Pulley, Alice Nicolson, and Isabel Jenkynson, nuns.
||St. Neot's, Hunts. John Gregorye, p. 40l. 10 March.|
Also Ric. Carnabye, Robt. Hateley, Wm. Tybye, Wm. London, John Wyseman, and Robt. Nicholas, monks.
||Esholte, Yorks. Joan Jenkynson, p. 6l. 1 March.|
Also Agnes Cokyn, Joan Burton, Barbara Dogeson, Agnes Dogeson, Agnes Bayne, Eliz. Mandy, Agnes Woodd, and Joan Hucon, nuns.
||Mountegrace, Yorks. John Wylson, p. 60l.|
||Dunstable, Beds. Gervase Marcham, p. 60l. 20 Jan.|
||Yeddingham, Yorks. Agnes Bradriggè, p. 6l. 13s. 4d. 16 March.|
Also Agnes Butterfelde, Alice Pecocke, John Foster, Kath. Flecher, Anne Pecocke, Eliz. Fernam, Joan Orton, and Eliz. Sutton, nuns.
||Wylberfosse, Yorks. Eliz. Lorde, p. 8l.|
Also Ellen Rede, Agnes Barton, Alice Metcalf, Margery Broune, Alice Thorneton, Joan Andrewe, Isabel Creik, Beatrice Hargill, and Sitha Cotys, nuns.
||Ardington, Yorks. Eliz. Hall, p. 100s. Undated. (fn. 33) |
Also Eliz. More, Eliz. Vavasor, Kath. Cokhill, Janet Thompson, Eliz. Wormewell, Agnes Pettye, Dorothy Porter, Effa Ratclyff, Isabel Whythed, and Joan Hales, nuns.
||Wycambe, Yorks. Kath. Neudyke, p. 6l. 13s. 4d. Undated.|
Also Agnes Thomlynson, Emma Buttry, Alice Sorell, Isabel Neudyk, Ellen Kereston, Anne Seloo, Felicia Chapman, Kath. Gayle, Joan Kyrby, Eliz. Gyll, Joan Barthwayt, and Eliz. Peyrcy, nuns.
||Meuxe, Yorks. Ric. Stopys, a. 40l. 10 March.|
Also Geo. Throstyll, John Raynes, Thos. Johnson, Jas. Austen, Ric. Quynell, John Stevynson, Steph. Clerke, Martin Wren, Robt. Robynson, Ric. Butler, Thos. Thompson, Wm. Thompson, John Lote, Wm. Robynson, Ralph Surdenall, Wm. Perken, Ric. Robynson, Wm. Hoggeson, Wm. Saunder, John Walles, Vincent Downey, Ric. Sympson, John Hawnsley, and John Barrowe, monks there.
||Whitbye, Yorks. Robt. Lydley, monk. 1 March.|
Shrewsbury. Thos. Butler, a. 80l. 6 March.
Also Thos. Wenlocke, Ric. Broughton, Thos. Howelles, Thos. Leche, John Walle, John Lawne, Wm. Leichefeld, Wm. Malpas, Ric. Owen, John Calley, John Warryton, Robt. Coventrey, Wm. Cressegge, Thos. Preston, John Drayton, John Wellyton, Ric. Alleyn, monks.
||Burton on Trent, Staff. John Pole, Robt. Robynson, Robt. Heithcott, Wm. Fyssher, John Goodcole, Wm. Symon, and Humph. Cotton, monks. Undated.|
||Carlisle, Cumb. John Birkebek, Ric. Throppe, and Wm. Thomlynson alias Lowther, canons there. 1 March.|
||Pontefract, Yorks. Jas. Thwaytes, p. 34l. with the free chapel of St. Clement in Pontefract Castle and the prebend of James (sic) of Spain there. 26 Feb.|
Also Steph. Hemmesworth, Thos. Kaye, Mich. Burton, Robt. Evers, Robt. Clyff, John Colte, Ric. Vavasour, Wm. Bramhille, Hen. Grenc, Thos. Elyson, Hen. Wheteley, Hen. Robynson, monks.
||Selby, Yorks. Robt. Roger, a. 100l. 1 March.|
Also Robt. Mydeley, Wm. Andrewe, Geo. Goode alias Berley, Jas. Laxe, Thos. Harryson, Chr. Taylour, Chr. Burley, Ric. Tompson, Wm. More, John Mershall, Thurstan Sampson, Wm. Cartwright, Chr. Beste, John Hardwike, Thos. Aukton, John Morreys, Wm. Mershall, Edm. Pepper, Robt. Kyrbye, Denis Huntyngdon, Nic. Rayner, Robt. Bracebrigge, and Thos. Lightfote, monks.
||Brigende, Linc. Wm. Style alias Skelton, p. 66s. 8d.|
||Stixwolde, Linc. Mary Myssenden, p. 15l. 26 Feb.|
Also Marg. Smyth, Marg. Westbye, Eliz. Grauntham, Marg. Londe, Marg. Barnbye, Matilda Myssenden, Eliz. Houghe, Alice Tenaunte, Helen Myssenden, Joan Gefferey, Marg. Adlarde, Eliz. Maye, Agnes Bonnes, nuns.
||Hampall, Yorks. Isabel Ardthyngton, p. 10l. 1 March.|
Also Joan Gaston, Alice Alan, Joan Harrison, Kath. Stokys, Eliz. Wetherall, Joan Rocliff, Magdalen Walton, Agnes Furbyssher, Isabel Lazyng, Marg Thurlande, Alice Pikhaver, Agnes Cutler, Cath. Tyas, Helen Standiche, Agnes Horseman, Joan Pullane, Isabel Coxson, and Eliz. Arthyngton, nuns.
||Fosse, Linc. Agnes Mar, p. 33s. 4d. 2 March.|
Also Alice Curstan, Kath. Amyas, Grace Wysse, Agnes Wilkyn, Joan Bilbie, Joan Osgorbie, and Cecily Stuarde, nuns.
||Wormesley, Heref. Rog. Stroty, p. 20l. 4 March.|
Also John Hoper, John Wigmore, and Wm. Gilbert, canons.
||Godstowe, Oxon. Kath. Bukley, a. 50l. Undated.|
Also Agnes Weste, Eliz. Graunte, Marg. Hampden, Alice Unyatt, Alice Woodhall, Alice Weste, Margery Haywood, Bridget Valaunce, Sibilla Egerley, Joan Godard, Juliana Pope, Mary Fynes, Kath. Knyght, Margery Higgens, and Marg. Brotherett, nuns.
||Lynebroke, Heref. Juliana Barbour, p. 6l. 4 March.|
Also Kath. Dodd, Marg. Titley, Eliz. Adams, and Mary Sturye, nuns.
||Walthame, Essex. Thos. Warren, Robt. Woodlyffe, Ric. Rede, Wm. Lyllye, Thos. Hawkyns, Geo. Solis, Edm. Saunders, Robt. Parker, Edw. Story, Hugh Younge, Humph, Marten, Miles Garrerd, John Norres, John Saunders, John Holmested, Robt. Hull, and Edm Freke, canons. 20 April.|
||Hull, Charterhouse. Ralph Malevorey, p. 50 mks. 1 March.|
Also Robt. Hall, Adam Redd, Wm. Remyngton, Wm. Browne, Robt. Brewett and Thos. Synderton, monks.
||Nunneapleton, Yorks. Eleanor Normabell, p. 46s. 8d.|
Also Joan Gore, Isabel Gaston, Jane Watson, Marg. Carter, Eliz. Carter, Agnes Snaynton, Agnes Ardyngton, Agnes Simpson, Magdalen Kylborne, Agnes Aunger, Dorothy Man, Anne Johnson, Margery Elton, Jane Fayrefax, Agnes Asselabye, Eliz. Parker, Ellen Bayne, and Alice Sheffelde, nuns.
||Studley, Oxon. Joan Wyllyams, p. 16l. 6s. 8d.|
Also Alice Rychardson, Marg. Walsshe, Alice Yomans, Eliz. Bolde, Marg. Whythyll, Susan Denton, and Frideswide Copcott, nuns.
||Mountgrace, Yorks. Robt. Fletcher, Hen. Ayraye, Geoff. Hodgeson, John Creyse, Robt. Fynster, Austin Fell, Robt. Mershall, Win. Bee, Robt. Stelle, Thos. Hargrave, Ric. Chyppyng, Thos. Dykenson, Ric. Marshall, Wm. Preyste, John Thorppe, Leonard Hall, John Foster, John Welles, Jas. Nelley, Peter Tutbagge, Ric. Walker, Robt. Shypley, John Saunderson, Thos. Gelley, John Tonges, Rog. Thomson, monks.|
||The same. John Wylson, p. 60l. and the house and chapel there called le Mounte.|
||Gysborne, Yorks. Robt. Pursglove, bp. of Hull, p. 250 mks. 10 March.|
Also John Smyth, Ric. Marton, Hen. Fletcher, Oliver Grason, Chr. Thompson, John Clerkeson, Barth. Lillford, Ric. Lasingby, Robt. Bawnes, Chr. Bolton, Wm. Hynde, Hen. Alanby, Ric. Sterr, Gilb. Harryson, Thos. Whytby, Edw. Cockerell, Wm. Wisedale, Chr. Malton, Robt. Gregge, John Herryson, John Lighton, Robt. Watson, Geo. Hawxeley, Thos. Walker, canons.
||Kyrleiges, Yorks. Joan Kyppes, p. 40s.|
Also Joan Lenthorpe, Isabel Hopton, Agnes Broke, Isabel Rodys, Kath. Grice, and Isabel Sawterstall, nuns.
||Fordham alias Biggyn, Camb. Wm. Baynton, p. 13l. 6s. 8d. 22 April.|
Also Wm. Taylor, Ric. Browne, and John Tolye, canons.
||Gromond, Yorks. Jas Richardson, p. 4l. 4 Sept.|
Also Edm. Skelton, Wm. Alatson, Robt. Holland, and Laur. Birde, canons.
||Tewkysbury, Glouc. John Wakeman, a. 266l. 13s. 4d. 4 March.|
235, f. 10.
|Hospital of St. John Baptist in Sevnoke parish, Kent. John Cleyton, clk., master. 8l. 2s. 10d. 10 March.|
||IV. Entries of Leases in 31 Hen. VIII.|
[In the following abstract names of former owners, where given, are indicated in italics, and folios are omitted when identical with those of the preceding entry. The leases are for 21 years. In the case of monasteries, manors, &c, the demesne lands and other particulars are, for brevity, omitted.]
211, f. 22.
|Folio 21 is lost; folio 22 commences with the last four lines of a lease dated 10 April 31 Hen. VIII. to persons named John and Hugh, whose surnames are, with the particulars of the lease, lost.|
Fulk Merton, of London. Chapel of Llandilo, St. David's dioc. Carmarden priory. 13 June 31 Hen. VIII.
Hen. Lomnour, of London, grocer, and Marg., his wife. A garden in tenure of Robt. Studley, mercer, and Elinor his wife, in Colmansrete, London. Rewley. 20 May.
Sir Chr. Hales. Lands called Balynghams and Marhams, late held by John Newcombe, dec, in Chistlett, Kent. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 12 June.
John Smythe, of Waterfall, Staff. Rectory of Waterfall, with exception of certain tithes, for 11 years, after which he shall transfer possession to Edw. Draycote for 10 years. Rowcester. 24 May.
||Wm. Morgan. White Friars, Gloucester. 3 June.|
||Wm. Barkenbury, of Byflete, Surr. Wall Knoll priory, in co. town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 2 June.|
Thos. Wyndham. Chyksand monastery, Beds. 20 June.
||Wm. Stokes. Lands called Spytelland and Brodefelde, with a, grange house and other buildings in parish of St. Peter, of Waldon (sic for Maldon), Essex. Bileigh. 1 June.|
||Edm. Pekham. Grey Friars, Dorchester, Dors. 18 June.|
Sir Wm. Parre, of Horton. Certain closes in Westgrange, Ntht. Pypwell. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease, cited, by Pypwell abbey of the said closes and certain woods in Westgrange.) 16 June.
||Sir Philip Draycote. Pasture called Mixton Hey, Staff. Hulton. (In lieu of a 61 years' lease, cited, of the same by Hulton abbey.) 24 June.|
||Robt. Taylor, of Sevynton, Beds., and John, his son. Stevynton (sic) rectory. Herwold. 17 June.|
Thos. Hall, of Huntingdon. Lynghowe grange, in Assheby, Linc, with a toft there. Haverholme. Also tithes of Mere rectory. St. Katharine's, Lincoln. 12 June.
||Sir Thos. Denys, of Holcombe Burnell, Devon. Holewey manor, Dors., with a sheep pasture there. Milton. (In lieu of a 90 years' lease, cited, by Milton abbey.) 16 June.|
||Hen. Tattenhall, of Sondewaye, Chesh. Tenement and pasture in Sondewaye. Vale Royal. (In lieu of a 61 years' lease, cited, by Vale Royal abbey.) 29 June.|
||Wm. Coppyn. Lands called Old Park (with the coneys there), in Langporte beside Canterbury, and New Purchase, in St. Paul's parish beside Canterbury. St. Augustine's, Cnterbury. (In lieu of a 40 years' lease, cited, by St. Augustine's). 1 July.|
||Sir Thos. Cheyney, treasurer of the Household. Upbury manor, and the rectories of Upbury alias Gyllyngham, and Minster, Kent. St. Sexburgh. 5 June.|
||Robt. Burgoyne. Clyfford priory, Herts (sic). 25 June.|
||John Wyldblood, of Stone, Staff. A cottage in Stone. Stone. 26 June.|
||Sir George Lawson. Austin Friars in York. 28 June.|
||Wm. lord Parre. Lordship and manor of Fawcett called Fawcett Forest with a close of underwood called Fawcett Wood and all lands of Byland Abbey in Bannandysdale, Boroughdale, Boroudale Hedde and Capell Falle formerly in tenure of Sir Thos. Parre and afterwards of lady Matilda Parre, widow, and now of the said lord Parre. Byland. 23 April.|
Joan Vale, widow, of Kyngyshyll in Stoneley parish, Warw., and John Dormon, barber, of London. A messuage in Kyngeshyll. Stoneley. 28 April.
||Ric. Holbroke, of the Household, Byrcle priory, alias Sprawlesmede, with lands there and in Morehowse, Cadcote, Hunspyll, and Cosyngton, Soms. 26 April.|
||Wm. Fletcher, of Mekesburgh, Yorks. Lands in Mekesburgh. Monkebreton. 27 April. Thos. Hylton, of Norton, Chesh. Tenement in — (blank). Chesh., in tenure of Joan Hylton, widow. Norton. 23 April.|
||Jas. Alcocke, of Stockom, Chesh. Tenement in Stockom. — (blank) monastery. 23 April.|
Thos. Coppok, of Norton, Chesh. Tenement in Norton. Norton. 23 April.
||Thos. Potkyn, of Senoke, Kent. Demesnes of Rotherden manor, Kent, in tenure of his father John Potkyn. (Former owner not named.) 9 May.|
Thos. Robyns, of Snyterfeld, Warw. Snyterfeld rectory. St. Sepulchre's, Warwick. 10 May.
||Arth. Longvyle. Goore fields beside Sawsy forest, Bucks. Delaprey, Bucks (sic). 10 May.|
Jas. Horeswell, of Plymouth. White Friars in Plymouth. 24 May.
||Ralph Gowre. Grey Friars in Richmond, Yorks. 26 May.|
||Hen. Swyte, vicar of Hotofte, Linc. Rectory of Hotofte. Markeby. 13 May.|
John Colyns, of London. Tithes of Monnemouth rectory, co. Heref. (except tithes of Monnemowes Mill which is parcel of the Duchy of Lancaster). Monnemouth. 6 May.
||John Wheler. Feversham monastery, Kent. 10 May.|
||Robt. Darkenall. Tithes in Este Chyrton, Nthld., parcel of Tynmouth rectory. Tynmouth. 26 April.|
The same. Lands specified in Longeport beside Canterbury. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 5 May.
||John Leghe, of Isle, Cumb. Rectory of Burghe on the Sands, Cumb. Holme Cultram. 7 May.|
||John Leghe, of London. 584 bushels (modii) of salt due from the saltmakers in the lordship of Holme. Holme Cultram. 8 May.|
Lancelot Martyn, of Martyn, Yorks., serjeant at arms. Tithes of Ketyllwell rectory, Yorks. Coverham. 9 May.
||Laur. Lee, of Brydgecasterton, Rutl. A water-mill in Brydgecasterton. Fynneshed. 1 June.|
||Fras. Bassett. Croxden monastery, Staff., with Croxden rectory. Croxden. 18 July.|
||Sir Gervaise Clyfton, of Hodesoke, Notts. Haytfeld rectory, Yorks. Roche. (In lieu of a 41 years' lease, cited, by Roche abbey.) 1 July.|
||Fulk Dutton of West Chester, Chesh. Two chambers and a garden in the White Friars of Chester. 6 July.|
Ric. Leftwiche, sen., of Leftwiche, Chesh. Bradford water-mill in Bradford, Ches. Vale Royal. 7 July.
||Hen. Porter, of Fleechamstede, Warw. Tithes of Offchurche rectory, Warw. Coventry. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease, cited, by Coventry priory to Thos. Gardener, baker, of Coventry, which Porter has acquired.) 7 July.|
||The same. Two meadows called Fynford Meadow and Priours Darlyng in Wynall parish (sic), Warw. Coventry. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease, cited, by Coventry priory.) 7 July.|
||Ralph Bawde, of Helmysley, Yorks. Manor or grange, in the Marres, called Lunde, Yorks. Rievaulx. (In lieu of a 31 years' lease, cited, by Rievaulx abbey.) 5 July.|
||The same. Tithes of Helmysley rectory and parish. Kyrkeham. (In lieu of a 31 years' lease, cited, by Kyrkeham priory.) 5 July.|
||Roland Blyton, clk. A grain mill called Hokeld alias Holbeke mill in Welborne in Kirkdale parish, Yorks., and certain land there. Rievaulx. 9 July.|
||John Worthe. Northepetherton rectory, Soms. Bukland, Soms. 6 July.|
John Rydgewaye. Granges of Elsham and Shiphaye, in St. Mary Church parish, Devon. Torre. 17 July.
||Thos. Carye and John Rydgeway. Torremoham rectory with Cokkyngton chapel, Devon. Torre, 17 July.|
||Thos. Soulemont. Buildings, &c., specified, within the site of the Grey Friars of London. 16 July.|
||Wm. Harryson, of London. A close called Foggyclose in Whenby, Yorks. Molsby. 4 July.|
||John Swynnowe. Friars' house of Tykhyll, Yorks. — (blank) Aug.|
John Rollesley, of London. Marke manor in the parish of Leighton and Walcombestowe, Essex. St. Helens in Bishopsgate. (In lieu of a 99 years' lease, cited, by St. Helen's priory.) 10 Aug.
||Leonard Bekwith. Grey Friars in York. — (blank) Aug.|
Steph. Bagott, of London. Hulton monastery, Staff., with demesnes in Hulton and Stoke, the coal mines in tenure of Thos. Foxe, in Leefylde, in Hulton and Stoke, and tithes of Bedulfe parish church. Hulton. — (blank) Aug.
||Nich. Holt. Bridgenorth Grey Friars. 21 Aug.|
Thos. Burgoyn. Mytton rectory, Yorks. Cokersand. (In lieu of an 81 years' lease, cited, by Cokersand abbey.) — (blank) Aug.
||John Walter, chandler, of London. A tenement in St. John's parish in Walbroke. College of Acon. 3 Aug.|
||Thos. Burton, of Lincoln. Friars Preachers in Lincoln. 12 Aug.|
Wm. Leigh. Raby grange, Cumb., with the custody of a castle and garth in Wolsty Cowbyre and a tenement there, a water-mill, &c., called le Kelne Houses in Holme Cultran, a salmon fishing on the sea sands, and a draft of fishes in the Derwent. Holme Cultran. 20 Aug.
||John Aylworth, jun., of London. Hospital of St. John Baptist in Wells, Soms. 21 Sept.|
||Robt. and Alan Horde. Greneworthe grange upon Mendyppe in Chewton parish, Soms., with two “sleightes for sheep” there and a sleight called Whytnell. Hynton Charterhouse. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease by Hynton priory, cited with schedule of farm stock.) 20 Sept.|
||Giles Smalle. Delapre monastery beside Northampton. 14 Aug.|
||Robt. Bradshawe. The farm or grange called the Morebarne, Leic. Meryvale. (In lieu of leases, cited, for 82 years by Meryvale abbey.) 4 Sept.|
||Steph. Kyrton and John White, of London, merchants. Bargain and sale to them of 60,000 lbs. of bells or bell metal, “accounting the same weight after the rate of five score and twelve pounds weight to the hundred,” to be delivered to them at the waterside at such ports in Norfolk and Suffolk and elsewhere as shall seem fit. They to have free licence to export the same and to pay for it 600l. in three payments ending Mich. 1541. 14 July (cancelled 20 Dec. 38 Hen. VIII. with the note by Sir Edward North that the 600l. has been paid).|
||Thos. Dereham. Westdereham monastery, Norf. 20 Aug.|
||Sir Wm. Pykeryng. Netherdale manor, Yorks. Byland. 20 July.|
||Sir Hen. Sacheverell and Ric. Curson. Surr. of lease by Derley abbey, 1 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII., of Aldwark grange, Derb., for 80 years. To be leased to them by the Crown for 21 years. 20 June.|
||Wm. Coppyn, of St. Martin's parish beside Canterbury. Surr. of 40 years' lease by St. Augustine' Abbey, 12 June 30 Hen. VIII., of land called Old Parke in the lordship of Langparke (sic) beside Canterbury and the New Purchase in St. Paul's parish there, with provision against intrusions by Sir Wm. Fynche. 30 June.|
||Sir Gervaise Clyfton. Surr. of a 41 years' lease by Roche abbey, 18 April 29 Hen. VIII., of Hatfelde parsonage. To be leased to him by the Crown for 21 years. 16 June.|
||John Rollesley. Surr. of 99 years' lease by St. Helen's priory within Bishopsgate, 1 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII., of Marke manor in Leighton and Walcombestowe, Essex. To be re-leased for 21 years. 10 July.|
||Hen. Tattnall. Surr. of 61 years' lease by Vale Royal abbey, 31 July 30 Hen. VIII., of a tenement in the Sondwey. 20 July.|
||Ric. Leftwyche. Surr. of 20 years' lease by Vale Royal abbey, 22 Dec. 25 Hen. VIII., of Bradforde mill. 1 July.|
||Robt. Tayler. Surr. of 81 years' lease by Combermere abbey, 4 Nov. 27 Hen. VIII., of Dodcote grange in Delkesley (Wilkesley?) lordship, Chesh. 4 July.|
||Alex. Unton. Surr. of 33 years' lease by Abingdon abbey, 22 March 23 Hen. VII., of the manors of Shalyngford, alias Blewbery, and Little Newbery, with certain lands specified. 10 July.|
||The same. Surr. of 39 years' lease by Abingdon abbey, 4 Feb. 26 Hen. VIII. of the same manors. 10 July.|
||Wm. Burghe. Surr. of 60 years' lease by Byland abbey, 16 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII., of Netherdaylle manor, Yorks. 15 July.|
||Robt. and John Tayler. Surr. of 21 years' lease by Herwolde nunnery, 28 Dec. 11 Hen. VIII., of Stevynton parsonage, to commence from the death of Ric. Greene, then vicar there. 14 June.|
||Ralph Baud. Surr. of 31 years' lease by Kyrkeham priory, 21 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII., of tithes of Helmysley parsonage. 31 July.|
||The same. Surr. of 31 years' lease by Rievaulx abbey, 6 July 30 Hen. VIII., of Lunde grange in the Marres. 30 June.|
||Sir Ph. Draycote. Surr. of 61 years' lease by Hulton abbey, 1 Feb. 27 Hen. VIII., of Myxston Heys pasture, Staff. 10 June.|
||Robt. and John Tayler. Surr. of a 21 years' lease by Herwold nunnery, 10 Nov. 15 Hen. VIII., of a close in Stagysden, betwixt the park and the bounds of Astwode. 14 June.|
||Sir Wm. Parre. Surr. of 60 years' lease by Pypwell abbey, 1 March 29 Hen. VIII., of Westgrange farm. To be re-leased for 21 years. 1 June.|
||Humph. Nycoll. Surr. of 21 years' Crown lease, 29 Mar. 30 Hen. VIII., of tithes in Tugbye parish, Staff. Crokesden. 10 July.|
||Wm. Stokes. Surr. of 21 years' lease by Byleigh abbey, 24 Nov. 20 Hen. VIII., of Spetylland and Brodefeld, in St. Peter's parish in Malden. 20 May.|
||Hen. Porter. Surr. of 60 years' lease by Coventry priory, 2 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII., of Fynford meadow, Warw., “shotyng estwarde uppon Brawne medowe and shotyng westwarde to Wynall medowe, and joynyng to the rever of Aven on the south syde, and on the northsyde buttyng to a lytell grove that ys common to Wynall;” and a parcel of meadow called Priors' Derlyng. 14 July.|
||The same. Surr. of a 60 years' lease by Coventry priory, 2 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII., of tithes of Oschurche (Offchurch) parsonage, Warw., made to Thos. Gardener. 14 July.|
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|Wm. Petre, LL.D. Montague priory, Soms., with tithes of the rectory there. 21 Oct.|
||Chr. Lamberd, of Ipswich. White Friars in Ipswich. 12 Oct.|
||Michael Cameswell. Whitmore Grange, in co. city of Coventry, and the chapels of Sowe and Anstye, in St. Michael's parish, Coventry. Coventry. 10 Oct.|
||John Lutterell, of Dunster, Soms. Priory or cell of Dunster, and certain tithes and appurtenances of Kyllyton and Dunster rectories. 28 Oct.|
||John Roodes. Lathes grange beside Wirksopp priory, Notts, and certain closes there. Wirksop. 10 Oct.|
||Wm. Laughtenhouse, of Rovcetur, Staff. Laughtenhouse farm in Rowcetur. Rowceter. 12 Oct.|
John Rodes. Workesoppe priory, Notts. 14 Oct.
||Gregory Baskett. Wulbrige manor and a messuage in Estburton, Dors. Cerne. (In lieu of a 31 years' lease, cited, by Cerne abbey.) 24 Oct.|
||Sir Walter Devereux, K.G., lord Ferrers. Lordships of Aurustly and Kavyliok within the towns of Maghanleth, Llanedeyles, and Kaersones; with appointment of all officers within the said towns and lordships, except the chief steward. 25 Oct.|
Jas. Aslabye and Jas. Monforthe. Tithes of wool and lambs of the parishing of Kyrkby in Grendelythe, Yorks. Kyrkehame. (In lieu of 41 years' lease, cited, by Kyrkehame priory.) 26 Oct.
||Thos. Walthewe, of Boston, Linc., fishmonger. Tenement beside White Friars, Boston. White Friars, Boston. 26 Oct.|
||Ric. Duke and Thos. Mildemaye. A rent of 60 qrs. 2 pecks of wheat meal, payable on various stated days, upon a 20 years' lease which Thos. Goodchild, miller, holds of two mills called Crasshe mills, upon Thames side, in the parishes of St. Botolph and Whitechapel, without Aldgate, London. St. Mary Graces. 29 Oct.|
||Roger Cokayne, of Braddesley, Warw., and Alice his wife. Tithes in Baddesley (sic) belonging to Pollesworth rectory. Pollesworth. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease, cited, by Pollesworth nunnery.) 28 Oct.|
||Ric. Pollard. Site of the priory of Marshe, with all its possessions in Marshe, Alfyngton, and St. Thomas' parish, beside Exeter, Devon. Plympton. (In lieu of a 99 years' lease, cited, by Plympton priory.) 29 Oct.|
||Joan Hall, widow, and Ric. Halle, her son. Tithes in Castorne, in the parish of Maithfed, Warw. Tutbury. (In lieu of lease in survivorship by Tutbury priory, cited.) 22 Oct.|
||John Goodwyn. The New Close and a parcel of meadow in Wynchenden Inferior, in co. — (blank). Nottley, Bucks. 28 Oct.|
||Ric. Chanon, of Bilchefeld, Linc. Bylchefeld rectory. Bourne. 20 Oct.|
||John Hamond, skinner, of London. Tenement, with wharf adjoining, called the Flower de Lewse, in St. Andrew's parish, London. Friars Preachers, London. — (blank) Oct.|
Edw. Skypwith, jun., of Heyburgh, Linc. Tithes of Keylby rectory, Linc. Nuncotton. 6 Oct.
||Ric. Pollard. Forde monastery, Devon, with Streate grange there. 28 Oct.|
||Ralph Hopton, of London. Wytham monastery, Soms., with all its tithes in Witham, Westbarne, Billerica, Quarre, and Lez Frary, Soms. 28 Oct.|
||Wm. Snowball, of the Household. Grange called Nonnehouse, in Nonnethorp, in the parish of Eyton, in Cleveland, Yorks. Basedale. 26 Nov.|
Thos. Myldemaye. College of Acon, London. 24 Nov.
||Fras. Clopton, of Melford, Suff. 63 ac. of land in Melford, parcel of Melford manor. Bury St. Edmunds. 20 Nov.|
||Chr. Peyton, of Bury St. Edmund's, Suff., and Joan his wife. Rent of 200 qrs. of malt from the farmer of Myldenhall, Suff. Bury St. Edmunds. 11 Nov.|
Wm. Mamound, of Kyldwycke, Yorks. Tenement in Kyldwycke. Bolton priory. 5 Nov.
||Hen. Parker, of the Household. Claveryng rectory, Essex. Prytwell. 6 Nov.|
||Wm. Snowball, of the Household. Basedale priory, Yorks. 26 Nov.|
||Edw. Garford, of Kyldewicke, and Roger, his son. One sixth part of Kyldewicke grange. Bolton. 26 Nov.|
||Wm. Lambert. Herbage of Flembye park, Cumb. Holm Cultram. 8 Nov.|
Thos. Ellys, of Attylbrig, Norf. Black Friars in Lynne Regis, Norf., with certain tenements. 12 Nov.
||Wm. Pynney, of Bradeweye, Soms. Chapel of Bradwey within the parish and rectory of Correvell, and parcel of that rectory. Holy Trinity, Bisham. 21 Nov.|
||Austin Salyng, of Stanford Ryvers, Essex. Grain rents from the farmer of Bury alias Estgate Banes. Bury St. Edmunds. 14 Nov.|
Sir Thos. Wharton, of Wharton, Westmld. Tithes of Mylhom rectory. Furness. 16 Nov.
||Thos. Thacker. Repyndon priory, Derb.; with the herbage and pannage of the wood called Danwell Hey, in Repyngdon, the water and fishing in the Trent within the lordship of Wyllyngton, and the rectory of Repyngdon. Repyngdon. 27 Nov.|
||Edm. Wryghte, of Egton, Yorks. Priory of friars called Bonhommes of the order of St. Mary of Grandmonte, in Yorkshire, with certain closes and a cottage in Egton which belonged to the priory. 20 Nov.|
||Thos. Radley, of Ing at Stone, Essex. Hanley manor in Ing aforesaid. Barking nunnery. (In lieu of a 17 years' lease, cited, by Barking abbey.) 28 Nov.|
||Jas. Lee, of Over, Chesh. House, &c., in Over. Vale Royal. 1 Feb.|
||Thos. Spylman. Grain rent from Robt. Rose, farmer of the demesnes of Chystelet manor, Kent. St. Augustines, Canterbury. 20 Aug.|
Walter Hendle, solicitor of the Augmentations. Marshes and woodland in Bylsyngton, Kent. Boxley. 8 Feb. 29 Hen. VIII. (fn. 34)
||Thos. lord Crumwell. Folkeston vicarage, and tithes in Flete, and in the wards called Waterdyche, Clyffe, Caldham, Uppingwell, Hawking, and Estbroke, Kent, and pensions from Wye College, Cherinton rectory, and Swyngfeld preceptory, Kent. Folkeston priory. 1 Feb. 31 Hen. VIII.|
||Thos. Bolton, of Cosmerblyn, Kent. Manors of Shuldefordys and Medgrave alias Brode Oke (which latter Sir Edw. Boughton of Woolwich, Kent, purchased from Thos. Hardes), in the parishes of St. Stephen's and Sturrey. (In lieu of a 7 years' lease, cited, by Sir Edw. Boughton.) 1 Feb.|
||Thos. de Soulemont, of London. Canonlegh nunnery, with tithes of Hokeforde rectory and Burlescombe church, Devon. 13 Dec.|
||Sir Thos. Seymour. Edyngton mon., Wilts., with the rectory there. 26 Dec.|
||Walter lord Hungerford. Henton priory, Soms. 24 Dec.|
||John Garnon, of Selston, Notts. Coal mines in Selston, Notts. Bevall. (In lieu of a 40 years' lease, cited, by Bevall priory.) 3 Dec.|
||John Dalton, of Clenchewarton, Norf. Lands in North Clenchewarton. Westdereham. (In lieu of 48 years' lease, cited, by Westdereham abbey.) 7 Dec.|
||Thos. Sydney, of Little Walsyngham, Norf. Certain pasture ground for sheep in Great and Little Walsingham. Walsyngham. (In lieu of 80 years' lease, cited, by Walsyngham priory.) 31 Dec.|
||John Hyllys, of London. Forty acres of marshe, called the Whete Marshe, late inned by Thomas Kempe sometime bp. of London, and lately, by reason of the water of the Thames, broken again, in Stevynheth parish, Midd., with all the lands of St. Mary Graces abbey overflown with water on the south side of “the late great breach out of the said water of Thamys which were there surdrownyd with water,” which premises were in tenure of John Sylvester, butcher, and afterwards of Robt. Amadas, dec., goldsmith, and Eliz. his wife, now wife to Sir Thos. Nevyll; also a tenement called the Stewe, with a stew lead &c., in the parish of St. Michael's at Queenhithe (minutely described). St. Mary Graces. (In lieu of a 99 years' lease, cited, by St. Mary Graces abbey made in consideration of the surrender of an annuity and livery previously granted by the abbey to the said John Hyllys.) 10 Dec.|
||Geo. Pollard, of London. Buckeland mon., Devon. 14 Dec.|
||John Smyth, of Burton Woldys, Leic. Tenement in Burton Woldys. Garadon. 19 Dec.|
||Thos. Mores, of Cokkeswell Magna, Berks. The chapel within the chief messuage of the manor of Cokkeswell, also the chamber above the vault (super voltam) and the new hall “super pincernam” and the chambers adjoining them. Beaulieu. 17 Dec.|
Ric. Wasshyngton, of Kendal, Cumb. (sic). Austin Friars of Penrith, Cumb. 17 Dec.
||Anne Hawkesworthe, widow. Certain closes in Hawkesworth and a water-mill for grain in Gyesley, Yorks., parcell of Essholt manor, Yorks. 7 Dec.|
||Ric. Palmer, of Ludlowe, Salop. Austin Friars in Ludlow. 20 Dec.|
||Wm. Shirwood, of Cambridge. Black Friars in Cambridge. 12 Dec.|
Ellen Aysshe, widow. Tenement in St. Olave's in Old Jewry, London. College of Acon. 10 Dec.
||Jas. Dyer. Trulle rectory and Staplegrove chapel, Soms., except certain tithes of Trulle in Hamwode and Sernehaye. Taunton priory. 29 Dec.|
||Robt. Kyrke, clerk of the market of the King's household. Handale nunnery, Yorks. 20 Dec.|
||John Rede, of the Household. Three tenements at Runsivall in St. Margaret's parish, Westminster, lately purchased by the King from the master and warden of the hospital of St. Mary of Runsivall. 20 Dec.|
||Thos. Flower, of Shafton, Dors. Tithes of the vicarage of Shepton Mountague and rectory of Mylton and 3 ac. of meadow in Shepton More, Soms. Bruton. 11 Dec.|
Hen. Webbe, of the Household. Certain buildings and gardens within the site of Hallywell monastery beside London. 10 Dec.
||Wm. Phillipps, of — (blank). Meadows in Moreton and Buxford, Bucks. Bytlesden. 18 Dec.|
||Wm. Monson, of Ingleby, Linc. Grey Friars in Lincoln. 24 Jan.|
Thos. Rydley, of London. Warren of coneys within the lordship of More, Herts. 1 Dec.
||Matth. Hanmer, of the Household. Tenement in Westkyrbye, Chesh., with land called “le conygree” and a pond with fishery and swans therein; grain rents of le Hall grange there and Caldey grange in Wyrrall; and part of two granges in Westkyrbye. Basingwark. 21 Dec.|
||Hen. Coke, of Uncote, Staff., and Laurence his son. Uncote grange. Crokesden. (In lieu of lease in survivorship, cited, by Crokesden abbey.) 8 Dec.|
||Edw. Myllette, of the Household. Black Friars in Chichester. 8 Dec.|
||Wm. and John Williams. Neth monastery, co. Glamorgan. 20 Dec.|
||Matth. Hanmer, of the Household. Cancelled duplicate of lease on f. 39.|
||Wm. Clarke and Chr., his son, of Swynden, Yorks. Tithes of the township of Westhawton in Craven, Yorks. Bolton. (In lieu of a 71 years' lease, cited, by Bolton canons.) 2 Dec.|
||Geo. Rowse of London. Iklyngham manor, Suff., with reservations. Bury St. Edmund's. (In lieu of 60 years' lease, cited, by Bury St. Edmund's abbey.) 12 Dec.|
||Wm. Bannfeld, of Turneworth, Dors. Turneworth manor. Forde. (In lieu of a 50 years' lease, cited, by Forde abbey.) 17 Dec.|
||Ric. Staple, of Tutynggraven, Surr. Grounds called Upper Gravel Pits and Dovehouse beside Bermondsey abbey. Bermondsey. (In lieu of a 50 years' lease, cited, by Bermondsey abbey.) 12 Dec.|
||Ric. Fareclyff, of Beverley, Yorks. Black Friars in Beverley. 1 Dec.|
||Wm. and Thos. Blythe, of Grastok, Cumb. Tithes of corn in the town of Morland, Westmld., and in Aldbye in the lordship of Cumwhington, Cumb. Wetherall. (In lieu of 21 years' lease, cited, by Wetherall abbey.) 4 Dec.|
||Robt. ap William. Grain rents from several tenants of Nasshe grange. Nethe mon., in Wales. 22 Dec.|
||Sir Giles Strangwysshe. Sydlyng manor and rectory, Dors. Mylton. 16 Jan.|
||The same. Abbotisbury mon., Dors., with the rectory of Abbotisbury. 16 Jan.|
||Giles Mowerde or Mower, of Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. Holmer manor in the parish of Little Missenden, Bucks. Burneham. (In lieu of 31 years' lease by Burneham abbey). 22 Jan.|
||Wm. Bradock, of Leke, Staff., and Matilda his wife. Tenement called le Fryth with two pastures and a meadow. Dieulacres. (In lieu of 39 years' lease, cited, by Dieulacres abbey.) 28 Jan.|
||Alan Kynge, of London. Egleston mon., with demesnes in Egleston and Stratford, in the archdeaconry of Richmond, two grain mills called Barnardcastell Mills, in Barnardcastell, bpric. of Durham, and tithes of Stratford in the archdeaconry of Richmond. 24 Jan.|
||Wm. Ardren and Ric. Cooke. Certain closes within the lordship of Chykessand, Beds. Chicksand. (In lieu of 31 years' lease, cited, by Chicksand priory.) 15 Jan.|
||Humph. Maynewaryng, of Nantwich, Chesh. Tithes in the lordship of Newhall and Colelane, in the parish of Audelem and the lordship of Wylkesley, except Smetenwood. Combermere. (In lieu of 61 years' lease, cited, to John Browne, by Combermere abbey.) 15 Jan.|
||John Peke, of London. Tenement called le Owter Dagger, in parish of St. Mary de Arcubus, London. College of Acon. 18 Jan.|
||Thos. Hardewyke, of Woodehouse beside Leedys, Yorks. Tenement, &c., in Gyesley and Yedden, Yorks. Essholt. 20 Jan.|
||Thos. Baskett. A meadow called Northmede in Burleston manor, Dors., with water and fishing within the said manor. Mydleton. (In lieu of 84 years' lease, cited, by Mydleton abbey.) 14 Jan.|
||Sir John Horsey. Shirborne monastery, Dors., with Corsecombe grange, Wyke manor, the prebend of Shurborne and the rectory of Bradforde. 4 Jan.|
||Wm. Thwaytes, of Lownde upon the Wold, Yorks. Yeddyngham priory, Yorks., with tithes of Synnyngton rectory and Yeddyngham rectory, and messuages (specified) in Yeddyngham, Eberston, and Swaynton (Snainton) in Pykerynglyth, Yorks. 20 Jan.|
||John Yonge, of Hereford. Certain chambers, &c., which belonged to the Grey Friars of Hereford. 16 Jan.|
John Barton, of Woodsettes, Derb., tanner. Tenements in le Woodsettes in Norton parish. Beauchief. (In lieu of 90 years' lease, cited, by Beauchief abbey, to Ric. Cowle and Kath. his wife.) 26 Jan.
||Hen. Thomas, of London. Cell or house of St. Anthony, Cornw., with its demesne lands called Sand Parke, Wenyat Downe, Langparke lodge and hall, with two water-mills and the rectories of St. Anthony and St. Gerend, Cornw. Plympton. 20 Jan.|
||Ric. Tyrrell, of London. Grain rents from the farmer of Pakenham manor, Suff. Bury St. Edmund's. 4 Jan.|
||Wm. Castelynne, mercer, of London. Wirkesop rectory, Notts; with reservation of the tithes of Shirrok and Gedforth and of Hagunfeld and Darholt granges. Wirkesop. 20 Jan.|
||John Melforde alias Reve, clk., S.T.P., late abbot of Bury St. Edmund's, and Ric. Higham. Messuage of Hornyngsherth, in Littell Hornyngesherth, and the whole manor of Littell Hornyngesherth (to the said John alone); also Bounton close, in Saxham and Chevyngton, and certain sheep pasture in Forneham St. Martin's (to the said John and Ric.). Bury St. Edmund's. 10 Jan.|
||Robt. de la Woode, of Abendon, Berks. Tithes of Lyvery mede and Bayworth mede in Radley, and tithes in Barton, Norcott, Thropp, Wyke, and Radley, Berks. Abingdon, 26 Jan.|
George Pollard. Carehampton rectory, Soms. Dunster. 26 Jan.
||Wm. Abbott, of the Household. Hertland monastery, Devon. Undated.|
||John Soper, of Taunton. Chief messuage of the manor of Hamp, in Bridgewater parish, Soms. Athelney. 11 Feb.|
||Isabel Curwen, of Thornethwayte, Westmld., widow. Tithes of Bampton rectory, Westmld., except the tithes of wool which are let to Ric. Wesshyngton and certain tithes in tenure of the vicar of Bampton. Shapp. 23 Feb.|
||Sir John lord Russell. Tarrant mon., Dors., with the manors of Kayneston and Wynterborne Musterton, certain pasture lands of the manor of Beere Regis, grazings in the manors of Crayford Magna, Charleton, and Gussage All Saints, and tithes in Keynston and tithes of Crafford Parva rectory. Tarrant. 12 Feb.|
||Jas. Rokeby. Kyrkeleys priory, Yorks., with tithes of Myrfeld rectory, Yorks. 23 Feb.|
||Sir John Done, of Utkyngton, Chesh. A water called Petypole with the dam and fishing, &c., pasture called Petypole Hyll and certain waste land (boundaries traced) adjoining, in Delamere forest, and a mere in Delamere forest called Okemere, with the moor belonging to it. Vale Royal. (In lieu of 60 years' lease, cited, by Vale Royal abbey.) 25 Feb.|
||Anth. Burleighe, of Brent, Devon. Lands in Brent manor. Buckfastre. (In lieu of 80 years' lease, cited, by Buckefastre abbey.) 14 Feb.|
||Ric. Wesshyngton, of Graryge, Westmld. Shapp rectory; with reservation of certain. tithes in Bampton parish, &c. Shapp. 18 Feb.|
Wm. Wytham, of Derlyngton, in the bpric. of Durham. Thikhede nunnery, Yorks. 20 Feb.
||John Herbert, of Ellerton, Yorks. Ellerton priory, with Ryddyng grange, certain tithes specified in Aughton parish, and the rectory of Ellerton and Estcottingwyth. 9 March.|
||Robt. Strelley, of Northampton. Five water-mills by Northampton called Quengions Mylles, two to grind “meselyn corn,” one a “colyn mylle” to grind wheat and two for fullers' craft. Delapray. (In lieu of 21 years' lease, cited, by Delapray nunnery to John Parnen, of Northampton, merchant.) 10 Feb.|
||Hen. Stokewythe, of Stokewyth, Notts. Priours close in Misterton parish, Notts. Workesope. 14 Feb.|
||Thos. Ball. Pasture called Southfylde in Hundbrige, Chesh., with a tenement. Chester nunnery. (In lieu of 51 years' lease, cited, by Chester nunnery.) 4 April.|
||Sir Anth. Seintleger. Parcels of marsh ground in the Westmarsh in Barking, Essex. Barking. (In lieu of 23 years' lease by Barking nunnery.) 16 March.|
||Robt. Kemsey, of Kingston upon Hull. Priory of Friars Preachers in Hull. 12 March.|
||Anth. Harvye, of Haywood, Devon. Boryngdon grange in Plympton parish, Devon. Plympton. 12 March.|
||Sir George Throkmartin. Grain rents from the farmers of Aldyngton and Wykewanford manors, the tithes of Churchonyborne and the manor of Mydle Lytleton, Worc. Evesham. 20 Feb.|
||John Scudamore, of Wylton, and Wm. Wygmore, of Shobdon, Herts (sic). Black Friars priory in Hereford. 16 April.|
||Ric Whalley, of Welbeke, Notts. Grain rent from the farmer of Grinley rectory, Notts. Worksop. 19 March.|
||Ric. Bellysis. Tithes of Cuckewold rectory, Yorks. Newburgh. 19 March.|
Robt. Tankard, of Over Popilton, Yorks. Messuage, &c., in Over and Nether Popilton, parcel of Popilton manor. St. Mary's, York. 10 March.
||Robt. Darkenall, of the Household. Nun Appleton nunnery, Yorks, with certain lands in Colton and Steton, Yorks. 18 March.|
||Wm. Knevett, of the Household. Essholte priory, Yorks. Undated.|
||Denys Toppys, of the Household. Tithes and a cottage in Alestre in Makeworthe parish, Derb. 3 March.|
||Wm. Woode, of the Household. Burton rectory, Notts. Worksop. 16 Nov.|
Hugh Huntley. Cowfyldes in Tewkesbury manor, Glouc. Tewkesbury. 12 March.
||Ric. Browne. A garden opposite the well in Turnmill Street, beside Clerkenwell, near London, and a garden in St. John Street there. Clerkenwell monastery. 24 Jan.|
||Thos. Wriothesley, of Tichfelde, Hants, and Wm. Averey. Christchurch Twynehame priory, Hants; with tithes in Christchurch and Hynton, and tithes of the rectory of Soppeley and Ripley, and of the chapel of Milton; and the manor of Horne. 1 March.|
||John Cheyne of Drayton, Bucks. Mountgrace priory, Yorks. 16 Feb.|
||Sir Robt. Ellerker, of Hull Parke, Nthld. Black Friars, of Hull Parke, with two water mills and certain burgages and rents in Alnwick, Howyke and Aylmouth, Nthld. 16 Feb.|
||Thos. Wriothesley. Chesilforde manor and Baudesey rectory, Suff. Butley. 12 Feb.|
||Thos. Locke, of Multon, Ntht. Lands in Multon. Fynneshed. (In lieu of 50 years' lease, cited, by Fynneshed priory.) 1 Feb.|
||Hen. Over. Two orchards and two ponds called Swans Pool and New Pool lying beside the late priory of Coventry. Coventry Cathedral priory. 20 Feb.|
Thos. Pole, of Nedehame Markett, Suff., miller, and Wm. Dobbys, of Bacton. Water-mill called Hornemille with lands beside Crepynge Mille in Combes and Crettynge, Suff. Flixton. 3 Feb.
||Wm. Bente, of Cosseybie, Leic. Cossebie manor place. Kirkby Bellers. (In lieu of 21 years' lease, cited, by Kirkby Bellers priory.) 4 Feb.|
||Hen. Smythe, of Great Grimsby, Linc. St. Leonard's priory beside Grymesbie, with a windmill there. 25 Feb.|
||Anth. Byllesbye, of Byllesbye, Linc. Pasture called Nobsis in Hotofte, Linc. Markeby. 4 Feb.|
||Thos. Sutton, of London. Coal mine in Ripley, in the lordship of Butterley, Derb. Darley. 8 Feb.|
John Sharpe, of London. Black Friars in Derby, with certain cottages there. 14 Feb.
||Hugh Starkie, of Olton, Chesh. Two salt pans (salinas) containing 40 “lez weightis” of lead, in Northwich, Chesh. Basingwark. 23 Feb.|
||Sir Ric. Brereton. Two tuns (dolia) of wine called “prise wyne” annually to be received at Chester. Vale Royal. 12 Feb.|
||George Throkmerton, of Derehurst, Glouc. Priory or cell of Derehurst, with the manors of Derehurst, Wolston, Okyngton, Hawe and Trynneley, and the rectories of Derehurst, Okyngton, Hardwyke, Bodyngton, Staverton, Ligh and Trynley, and tithes in Harsfeld, Glouc. Tewkesbury. 20 March.|
||Wm. Breres, of Preston in Amounderness, and Oliver Breres of Chorley, Lanc. The great chamber and other chambers, &c., in the Grey Friars of Preston, a common called Frere Lane, and lands held on a 70 years' lease from Viscount Gormeston. Grey Friars, Preston. (In lieu of three several leases, cited, by the warden and friars of Preston.) 10 March.|
||John Wyseman, of London. Three tenements in the Grey Friars, London. 17 March.|
||Ric. Blount, of the Household. Hornesey rectory and manor, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. Westm., 5 March.|
||Wm. Hopkyns, of London. Rectors' tithes of St. Donat's (decimas rectorias Sancti Donati) in co. Glamorgan. Neth. 10 March.|
Thos. Dalaryver, of Brandisbye, Yorks. Messuage, &c., in Steresby, Yorks. Marto priory. 1 March.
||Peter Johnson, of Arthyngton, Yorks. Arthyngton nunnery. 6 March.|
||Brian Layton, of Norham in the Bpric. of Durham. Friars preachers in Yarome, Yorks. 1 March.|
||Wm. ap John Owen, of Astradvelte in the lordship of Brecknock. Tithes in Astradvelte. Brecknock mon. 6 March.|
||Lewis Lloid, of the Household. Four tenements in the town of Brynned in St. Asaph's diocese. Conweye. 8 March.|
Ant. Harvie, of Haywood, Devon. Tithes of Pahembury rectory, Devon. Forde. 12 March.
||Thos. Bulkeley, of Bewmarres, senior. Grey Friars of Bewmarres alias Llamaysse, Bangor dioc. 6 March.|
||Ralph Beckwythe, of York, goldsmith. White Friars in York. 20 April.|
||Robt. Darkenall, of the Household. Tenement called Hagwormehall in Baldersdale, Yorks., and another called le Cragge in Lyrtyngton, Yorks., with lands there. Egleston. 8 March.|
Hugh Huntley. Cancelled duplicate of lease on folio 80.
||Sir Fras. Bryan. Pastures, &c., in Fletwyke parish, Beds. Dunstaple. 1 March.|
||Edm. Kynwelmershe, of Northampton, mercer. Water-mill called Mervelles Mille beside Northampton, with certain meadow land there. St. Andrew's, Northampton. 18 March.|
Ric. Cholmeley of Kynthorpe in Pykeryng Lyth, Yorks. Whitby monastery with Staxby manor and tenements, &c., in Stowpebrowe, Wragby and Whitby, a windmill beside the monastery and a water-mill in Ryswarpe. 1 March.
||Thos. Bolde, of Kyllynyok in Anglesea. Tenement called Thethyn Irrythcayr in the town of Kyllynyok, commote of Meney, with a tower called Tower Melyn Wynt there and certain land adjacent. Conway. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease, cited, by Conway Abbey to Henry Balfront, burgess of Caernarvon, and Agnes his wife, and Robt., Nich. and Thomas his sons.) Undated.|
||John Lelowe, clk. House in Black Friars, near Ludgate, London. 8 March.|
Sir John Eland, of Kingston-upon-Hull, and Rose his wife. Tithes in Wolfreton, parcel of Elley rectory in co. Hull. Haltemprice. 1 March.
||Gawin Carowe, of London. Launceston priory, with the rectory of Wurlyngton and chapel of St. Giles in Wurlyngton, certain tithes of the rectory of St. Thomas beside Launceston, and the rectory of St. Stephen of Trysmere and the chapel there, Cornw. — (blank) March.|
||John Southcote, of Bovye Tracye, and Ant. Burleyghe, of Brente, Devon. Tithes of the parish church of St. Patrick of Brente. Buckfaste. (In lieu of a 60 years' lease, cited, by Buckfaste abbey.) 28 March.|
||Robt. Acton, of the Household. Hayles monastery, Glouc., with works of customary tenants there, the chief messuage of Coscombe or Coscome in Dydbroke, Glouc., and lands called Pynnockes Skerne or Pynnockes Shyre, in Pynnock, Glouc. 7 March.|
||Thos. Blakett. Tithes of Kareham and Warke, Nthld., parcel of Kareham rectory. 14 March.|
John Wellisborne, of the Household. Parcel of the manor of Culnam, Oxon. Abingdon. 23 March.
||John Gostwyk. Blaunchmarle grange in the lordship of Wayrter, Yorks. Mewxe. (In lieu of 99 years' lease by Mewxe abbey.) 14 March.|
||Wm. Lokwood, of Skarborough, Yorks. Hakneys manor, Yorks. Whitby. 1 March.|
||David Hobbis. White Friars in Bristol. 16 March.|
||Anth. Brakenbury, of Sellebye, Bpric. of Durham. Frerehouse grange in the parish of Middelton in Tyesdale in the lordship of Barnard Castle, Bpric. of Durham. Rievaulx. 22 March.|
||John Jenyns, of the Household. Manor of Comebenewell in the parish of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surr. Merton mon., Surrey. 20 March.|
||Thos. Wolsaye, of Clayghton, Lanc. Tenement called Westend or Bankhouse in Clayghton and pasture called Cokshotes in Ellell, Lanc. Cokersand. 20 March.|
||John Foxer, of the Household, and Hen. Hylton, of Winton, Westmld. Issues of the attachments of cattle within the King's forest of Midelwarde, Cumb., with reservation of a pasture called Bowderdale close within the forest. 18 March.|
Sir Nich. Hare. A chief messuage or tenement and six other tenements adjoining it, abbutting on the east upon White Cross Street in the parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate, London. Ramsey. (In lieu of a 90 years' lease, cited, by Ramsey abbey.) 15 March.
||Anth. Sowthwell, of the Household. Pershore mon., Worc., with certain meadows there, (as well as the demesnes). 10 March.|
||Nich. Willoughby, of Turnarspudell, Dors. Lands called Hambury in the manor of West Lulworth, Dors. Byndon. (In lieu of 81 years' lease, cited, by Byndon abbey to John Tregonwell.) 1 March.|
||Thos. Swanne, grocer, of London. Lands in Sulkhome, Notts, and certain tithes (specified) of Fedderston rectory, Yorks. St. Oswald's, Yorks. 1 March.|
||Jerome Grene, of Bristol. Grey Friars, Bristol. 16 March.|
Wm. Knevet, of the Household. Meadow and pasture in Calverley, Yorks. Essholt. Undated.
||Wm. Davell, of Cukewolde, Yorks. Manor of Felyng alias Fylynghall, Yorks. Whitby. (In lieu of 75 years' lease, cited, by Whitby Abbey.) 1 March.|
||John ap Ryce, of London. Barton Abbott's manor, Glouc. St. Peter's, Gloucester. 12 March.|
||Wm. Turnour, of London. Dyghton manor, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 10 March.|
||John Gostwyk. Saltagh grange in Kayngham parish, Yorks. Meux. (In lieu of 99 years' lease, cited, by Meux abbey.) 14 March. [*** This lease marked as void because not issued.]|
||Robt. Pynkeney, of Sylton, Yorks. A messuage, chapel, and certain lands and tithes in Thirske, Yorks. Newburghe. 20 March.|
||Geoff. Bromfeld, of Westminster, yeoman of the Crown. Tithes on Brynkenolle manor, Wilts. St. Denis by Southampton. 10 March.|
Wm. Proctor, of Haknes, Yorks. Grain rents due from the farmers of the chapel of Ayton in Pykeryngleth parcel of the rectory of Semer, of certain tithes (specified) of the rectory of Haykenes, of the rectories of Foxholes and Staxston, of certain tithes of Naffreton, and of certain garths in Haykenes. Whitby. 6 March.
||Geo. Clifford, Adelstre rectory, Warw. Burton-upon-Trent. 18 March.|
Alan Kynge of London. Holme pasture beside the sea in Byllyngham parish, co. Durham. Durresham mon., co. Durham. 10 March.
||Ric. Gery, of Cleve, Salop. Tithes of Uffyngton rectory, Salop. Haughmounde. 13 March.|
||Ric. Waller, of St. Andrew's parish, Canterbury. Lands of Natyngdon manor, Kent. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. (In lieu of 30 years' lease, cited, by St Augustine's.) 20 March.|
||Sir Thos. lord Crumwell. Furness monastery, with herdwicks called Greneham, le Mowsell, Watflatte and Grenesyke, sheepcots called Stannyardecote and Yerlethecote, sheep pasture on the commons of Kyrkeby Yerlethemore, in Dalton parish, a sheep-cot called Idelcote in the Isle of Waynowe, fishery of the water of Ramsyde and Waynowe, the coneys in Waynowe, a fishery called Oyestergarth at le Hedde and Bekyngill between Ramsyde and Southend, and a fishery called Doddyngfysshyng in Angerton Mosse, Lanc. Furness. 20 March.|
||Sir Wm. Bassett. Messuage in Marston, Derb. Tutbury. (In lieu of a 92 years' lease, cited, by Tutbury priory, to Peter Boney, of Eyvyngton, Leic.) 1 March.|
||Wm. Myldemaye. Tenement in Tolleshunt Darcy, Essex. Bileigh. 20 March.|
Fras. Poole, of Rodborne, Derb. Dale abbey, Derb., with a grange called Okebroke-grange, in Elvaston parish, a coal mine in Stanley field, in Spondon parish, several closes of pasture, &c., in the parishes of Dale and Ilkeston, two granges in Dale parish with certain tithes in Spondon parish, a water-mill called Parke Mill in Dale, South-house grange and the Tanhouse in Dale, and Dale rectory. 5 July.
||Ralph Gell, of Hopton, Derb. Tithes in Makworthe and Marton parishes, Derb. Derley. 2 March.|
||Ciriac Petite, of — (blank), Kent. Meadow in Westebere parish, Kent. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 16 April.|
Sir Thos. Cheyney, warden of the Cinque Ports and treasurer of the Household. Upbury manor and the rectories of Upbury and Grene. St. Sexburgh. 5 June.
||Wm. Cowper, of Westminster. Thurgarton and Hoveringham rectories, Notts. Thurgarton priory. 10 March.|
Ric. Sympson, of Thornton-on-the-Hill, Yorks. Brafferton rectory, Yorks. Newburgh. 1 March.
||Thos. Vernon. White Friars, of Ludlowe, Salop. 1 March.|
||Ric. Turnor, of Thorpe, Suff. Grange, of Thope (sic) and rectory of Thorpe. Ixworthe. 20 March 28 Hen. VIII. (fn. 35) |
||Thos. Brydges, of Corneburye, Oxon. Manor of Fulbroke and Westhall, Oxon, which the King purchased from George lord Cobham. 10 March 31 Hen. VIII.|
||Chr. Wandysforthe, of Kyrkelyngton, Yorks, Tithes of Brafferton rectory, Yorks. Newburgh. 5 March.|
||John Drewe, of Bristol. Mynchynbarowe rectory, Soms. Mynchynbarowe. 20 March 28 Hen. VIII.|
||Sir Thos. Arundell. The master's lodging within the gates of the late hospital of Byllyswyke alias le Gauntes, beside Bristol, with cemetery and gardens adjoining. 14 April.|
Ciriac Petytte. Grain rent from the farmer of Ikham manor, Kent. Christchurch, Canterbury. 10 April.
||Robt. Derknall, of London. Meadows named in the parishes of Northgate in Canterbury, Westbere, Fordewyche, and Westgate, Kent. Christchurch, Canterbury. 8 April.|
||Thos. Holcrofte, of Holcrofte, Lanc. Vale Royal mon., Chesh.; certain lands in Whytegate, Chesh., the rectories of Weverham and Frodsham; lands belonging to Coversley grange in Whytegate, certain tithes of Frodsham rectory leased to Ric. Grosvenor; Bradforde grange in Whytegate; and the herbage of Parkewoode there. Vale Royal. 18 April.|
||Wm. Aylyff, of Little Badowe, Essex. A place or parcel of land (boundaries given) in Mullesham, Essex. Bileigh. 20 May.|
||Robt. Southwell. Bermondsey mon., Surr., with the coney-yard and the right of fishing and hawking in Bermondsey and Rederyghe marshes. 1 May.|
||Thos. Bentley, yeoman of the Guard. Black Friars in Dunstable, Beds. 8 May.|
||Ant. Knevett, of the Household. Shapp mon., Westmld., with reservation of Sleddale grange. 14 March.|
||Walter Notte. A great hall and certain chambers, &c., in the Grey Friars, Hereford, with a water-mill and parcel of land beside the river Wye there. 20 March.|
||Wm. Caldecote, of Home Lacy, Heref. Brounshyll manor, Heref. Acornebury. 10 March.|
Thos. Broke, of London. Church and parsonage of Whytby, Yorks., with the chapels of Fylyng, Haschar, Uglebar by Asshedale, Haselby, and Dunsley thereto annexed. Whitby. (In lieu of 70 years' lease, cited, by Whitby abbey.) 12 March.
||Nich. Ligh, of Adyngton, Surr. Adyngton parsonage, Surr. St. Mary Overey in Southwark. (In lieu of 21 years' lease, cited, by St. Mary Overey priory.) Undated.|
||Thos. Sutton, of London. Wyndegrevys pasture in Rypley, Derb. Derley. 20 April.|
||Edm. Conquest, of Houghton Conquest, Beds. Pastures in Houghton. 13 April.|
Sir Thos. West lord Lawarre and Eliz. his wife. Messuages and lodgings within the White Friars' in London with a chapel called St. Nicholas' chapel. (In lieu of lease in survivorship, cited, by the White Friars.) 16 April.
||Robt. Sacheverell. Darley mon., Derb., with certain tithes in Osmaston and Lutchurche, Derb., and certain lands of the monastery in Chillwell, Bramecote and Aldenburghe, Notts. 15 July.|
||Eliz. Pratte, of London, widow. Tenement in the parish of All Hallows within Graces Strete. Charterhouse. 9 July.|
||Sir Thos. Heunege. Merton priory, Surr. 6 July.|
||Wm. Tyldesley, groom of the Wardrobe of Beds. Burneham mon., Bucks, with tithes in Burneham, Sypenham, and Dorney, Bucks. 20 Nov.|
||Peter Manby, of Kyrkham, Yorks. Conygarth close in Westowe, Yorks, with certain tithes in Barton and Bossall Dale Yuge, a meadow in Columblade, and tithes of the rectory and hamlets of Crambom (Crambe?), Whitwell, and Barton, Kent (sic, qu. Yorks.?). Kyrkeham, Yorks. 1 March.|
||Sir Thos. Denys and Walter his son. Torrewood grange, Devon, with certain lands there. Torre. (In lieu of a 99 years' lease, cited, by Torre abbey.) 20 Dec.|
||Anne, widow of Edw. lord Grey, dec. Certain chambers and stairs in the Black Friars in London. 10 Jan.|