Henry VIII
July 1543, 26-31

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'Henry VIII: July 1543, 26-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 1: January-July 1543 (1901), pp. 510-544. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76757 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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July 1543, 26-31

26 July.
Add. MS. 32,651 f. 147. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 427.
949. Parr to Suffolk.
This day at 5 p.m. an espial, who was this morning in Edinburgh, reported that the Cardinal is in Lithco and there has received the Dowager and the young Queen and sent them to Stirling. His further report affirms the news in Parr's former letters of this day. Has written to Sadler to get perfect knowledge thereof. Warkwourth, 26 July. Signed.
P. 1. Add. Endd. : 1543.
26 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 149. B.M. Hamilton Papers, No. 428.
950. Parr to Suffolk.
The other letters herewith were sealed when a Scottish espial, who was in Edinburgh yesterday at 6 a.m., reported as follows :—
On Tuesday, at noon, came a letter of defiance from the Cardinal and rebel lords, whereupon the Governor determined to give them battle; but the same night they agreed again. Yesterday, at 10 o'clock Angus rode to Kirkeleston and showed the rebel lords "the points of the conclusion of the peace"; which they said must be in the form it was in King James V.'s times, or else they would send a herald to discharge the King's ambassador from thence and bid the King defend England and they would defend Scotland. The rebels will have the young Queen in custody of lords Erskinge, St. John, and Gryme and the earl of Eglenton or Sir John Cammell of Lundye; Sir George Duglasse to dwell on his wife's lands in the North or else in the English Court; 13 barons of Scotland to form a Council without which the Governor shall do nothing; Angus to be put out of the Council and meddle not with affairs; and Maxwell to dwell on his lands, and his son at the Court of Scotland or of the King.
Albeit these news are suspect, "because Master Sadleyr maketh no mention," the espial affirms that they are true, and that these articles are "at point of concluding and the Governor agreed thereu[nto]." Has warned Sadler of them; and begs that this letter may be forwarded to Court, to show the King the continual crafty working of the Scots against him. Warkwourthe, 26 July. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd. : 1543.
26 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 141. B.M. Hamilton Papers, No. 425.
951. Sadler to Henry VIII.
Notwithstanding the great appearance of slaughter, and preparations for it by the Governor, Angus, Casselles and Glencarn and their adherents, and by the Cardinal, Lenoux, Argile, Huntley and Bothwell and their complices, a good agreement is taken, and this great mischief that was "towards" will turn to benefit, by making all the nobility walk one way and the treaties of more authority; as Glencarn, who was principal minister in composing matters, has prayed Sadler to advertise the King. When the Cardinal's forces arrived at Lythcoo, the Governor sent to them Rothers, St. John's, Otterborn, Lirmonthe and Bennesse, as Sadler wrote. Thereupon the Cardinal asked for barons to be appointed to meet Mountrosse, Erskyn, Orkney and Cambell midway between Edinburgh and Lythcoo; and Casselles, Glencarn, Maxwell and St. John's were appointed, and held two sundry meetings with them. At first meeting the Cardinal's party required four petitions, of which two were granted and two denied, as Sadler wrote to Suffolk and the bp. of Durham. At the second meeting it was concluded (1) that the Queen should, forthwith, be committed to the custody of four barons of those which were appointed by Parliament, for her better surety; (2) that, very shortly, day and place should be appointed (which are not yet limited) for the nobility to convene quietly to ratify the treaties and establish a Council; and (3) that the Cardinal and his complices with 100 persons, and Angus and the barons now with the Governor, likewise with 100 persons, should meet in the fields, like friends, to agree among themselves and upon these two points, and, forthwith, the Queen to be "committed to such security as is afore specified." Accordingly, yesterday, Angus and 12 or 13 barons rode out and met the Cardinal and the earls his complices (save Lenoux and Bothwell who absented themselves); and, after great shaking of hands and embracing, and long familiar talk between Angus and the Cardinal, and the two points agreed on, Casselles and Glencarn rode to Lythcoo, put forth the Governor's folk and appointed lords Graym, Erskyn, Lyndesey and Levenston to keep the Queen, being four barons named in the Act of Parliament for that purpose. Two of them were named by the Governor and two by the Cardinal, and all have equal strength within the castle; and Glencarn undertakes that they will safely preserve the Queen, to be delivered at the time appointed, and says that, now, the noblemen will more willingly remain in England as pledges, and that the Cardinal said, openly, that whereas it was bruited that they wished to frustrate the peace, they desired it to be known that they were as much dedicate to the peace and marriage, and as joyful of it, as any in the realm; and all agreed that the peace should this day be proclaimed here, and forthwith on the Borders, the Governor to appoint a day for the ratification and the establishment of a Council. Thus all is appeased and the companies gone home.
The Cardinal sued very earnestly to Glencarn to obtain him the King's favour and arrange that he might speak with Sadler. Glencarn has spoken with Lenoux, and showed him of the safe conduct sent him to repair to the King, whereat he seemed very joyous; and Glencarn hopes to get him shortly to repair to the King. Edinburgh, 26 July. Signed.
Pp. 4. Add. Endd. : 1543.
26 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f 144. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 426.
952. Sadler to Henry VIII.
After despatching his other letters, received the King's from Otland, 22 July, to the Governor and to himself. Considering to what point things are conduced, thought it not convenient to speak of the 1,000l. which Suffolk sent to Berwick by Henry's appointment to be a present to the Governor, who seems now to have no need of it. Repaired however to the Governor and delivered Henry's letter and declared, as his credence, how Henry took to heart this rebellion against him and approved his determination to repress it and perform the treaties, and had taken order with Suffolk, lieutenant in the North, to advance him men or money at need; so that if he had need he would see that he had an assured friend both to him and this realm. Gave him also Henry's counsel in all things, the taking of Stirling, joining battle, &c., to show how Henry tendered his prosperity. This he took "most comfortably," and turned about to the Chancellor and told him that though the nobility and commons did rise against him he had such a friend as "would not see him overtrodden nor repressed." Then the Governor began to discourse with Sadler how they made the cause of their insurrection to be for the Queen's surety, that she might be kept as Parliament appointed, and, as he only desired to have her in his hands that he might keep his promise to the King, and all thought the order now taken was the surest, he was well content therewith; but all things were not so pacified but that some business might ensue, and, therefore, he prayed Sadler to write to Suffolk to put ready "some good furniture" of men to aid him. Answered that if he gave convenient warning he might be the better supplied; but there seemed no such need, seeing there was so good agreement and all parties content with the peace. He said that, indeed, they seemed content, "but, whether they were or not, they should not choose," for he would spend his life to perform all pacts with Henry, wherefore he desired that Sadler would write for some aid of Englishmen, especially archers, to be ready for him. Told him how Henry's six ships had met the 16 Frenchmen and taken two of them; and how Henry would (if he thought good) send to take those which rode before Lighe. He answered, forthwith, that if Henry's navy came for that purpose he would aid them, and they might take the French ships even though they fled into the haven; but, on reflection, he said that then all the realm would call him a perfect Englishman, and therefore he thought it better that Henry's ships should lie for them outside the Frythe,—he would advise with the Council thereupon and send answer to-night or to-morrow. He then said that Henry's ships, 7 sail, had arrived in the West and he had taken order for their victualling. The French ships here are eight, 6 afore Lighe and 2 at Brent Iland. The Saker is so beaten that she cannot depart yet, but all haste is made with her rigging. Has sent a Scottishman to find out when they will be ready to depart.
This afternoon the peace was solemnly proclaimed with heralds and trumpets, the Governor, Chancellor, Angus, Casselles, Glencarn and other barons being present in the High Street; and all people, high and low, seem to rejoice at it, for the last wars have impoverished them. Huntley came this day to the Governor; but Argile must "convey home his wild men, as they call them here, of the High land, which, if he were from them, would waste and destroy all the country homewards in their return." This day the two Queens are removed to Stirling, because the house of Lythcoo is too little. Edinburgh, 26 July. Signed
Pp. 5. Add. Endd. : 1543.
26 July.
R. O. St. P., V. 327.
953. Sadler to [Parr].
Has received his letters of 25 July, with the King's and other letters therewith, to which the answer is enclosed. Touching the exploit upon lord Hume, there was great bruit here, but Sadler cannot tell whether it is true. Sometimes addresses his packets to Parr and sometimes to Suffolk, supposing that all, nevertheless, come first to Parr's hands. If they do not, please take order with the next posts to present letters addressed to my lord of Suffolk to you first; or else, upon your advertisement, I will always direct the packet to you, although, for slothfulness or weariness, I neglect to write you a private letter. Edenburgh, 26 July.
Hol., pp. 2. Flyleaf with address lost.
27 July.
R. O. [Spanish Calendar. VI. II., No. 188.]
954. Chapuys to Charles V.
Since the date of the Emperor's letters of the 11th, received the day before yesterday, Chantonay will have arrived, who, to judge by the dexterity and wit he displayed here, will give a better account of what passed, both concerning his charge and other occurrents, than Chapuys could either write or speak. Cannot, since his departure, perceive any change of purpose in this King touching the subject of the said charge. It is true that he has caused very much more haste to be made in equipping the rest of his ships than heretofore, and has bought six or seven besides his own, which are twelve of the finest that could be seen. This haste and increase seems partly because the King heard that the duke of Holstein, with the aid of the King of Sweden, makes a great army by sea and authorises his people to take and damage the English, and that (a report which Chapuys has fostered) the duke of Holstein, at the exhortation of the French, intended to make his brother King of Scotland. To espy the truth, the King has sent a gentleman to the duke of Holstein; and it seems as if he would of himself be constrained to do that to which he has so long declined to listen, viz. declare against Holstein.
The day Chantonay left, the French ambassador was with the King to declare how his master was then absent from Paris where his Council were, with whom he wished to communicate the claims and demands comprised in the writings exhibited to his ambassador, and therefore desired the term prefixed to be prolonged. And thereupon the ambassador put forward divers propoz et partiz tending to an appointment between his master and the King, who answered, curtly, that he knew the meaning of that instance for delay, but neither to it nor to the rest would he give any ear without the Emperor's consent; and when the term expired he would hold the French king for his open enemy, and then the ambassador would do well to withdraw out of this realm. But the ambassador again made suit to be able to return to him on the following Sunday to take leave; as he did, and had a present in plate of 600 or 700 ducats, and two or three days later departed hence. Reason would that the King should also have sent away the agent of Cleves, but, to Chapuys's suit for this, the Council answered that they did not take him for ambassador, but as servant of the lady Anne of Cleves. Certainly the good man would like well to be gone, for he does nothing; and Chapuys has heard in a good quarter that the said lady would like to be in her shirt (so to speak) with her mother, having especially taken great grief and despair at the King's espousal of this last wife, who is not nearly so beautiful as she, besides that there is no hope of issue, seeing that she had none with her two former husbands. (fn. 1) London, 27 July 1543.
French, pp. 3. Modern transcript from Vienna.
27 July.
R. O. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II., No. 190.]
955. Chapuys to Granvelle.
Writes the news here to the Emperor, and can only add that, on the day after Chantonay's departure, the King espoused the Queen privately and without ceremony. The minister and bride's man (paranimphe) was the bp. of Winchester. Although the King at once disbursed the 40,000 ducats for the King of the Romans, the merchants who received it would only consign it to Antwerp, half on 16 Aug. and the rest on 18 Sept., and the Council showed themselves grieved that it could not be sooner, but if I had had credence it would have been otherwise. The King has ordered that, for six weeks, all curates preach and exhort contribution to the aid against the Turk, in place of what used to be given for bulls and indulgences, a thing very ill employed. The most prominent parishioners make the said collection, which is expected to amount to three or four times more than the 40,000 ducats. London, 27 July.
French, p. 1. Modern transcript of a Vienna MS. Original endd. : receues en Spiere le ije d' Aoust 1543.
27 July.
R. O. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II., No. 189.]
956. Chapuys to the Queen of Hungary.
Has received her letters of the 20th inst.; and as to the 40,000 ducats to be sent to the King of the Romans, after twice sending to Court and long communication with the merchants who received it from this King and promised to consign it in Antwerp, can only obtain that, on the 16 or 18 Aug., Richard and John Gressan, brothers, will consign to the Velsez, in Antwerp, 20,000 cr., to be consigned as the Queen shall please (and the Gressans desire her to make them an acquittance). The other 20,000 cr. the Staplers of Calais will consign to Antwerp, to the Forcez, before 18 Sept. next. Both Council and merchants profess regret that the money cannot be consigned to Antwerp sooner, especially as it touches this King's honor; nevertheless, they would not take measures, which were suggested, for more prompt expedition.
Touching the duplicate of Chapuys' declaration to the French ambassador when the King made the defiance, he previously gave Norfolk, who came to him that morning, the duplicate of Thoison d' Or's instructions, and afterwards gave the clerk of the Council the copy of the writing which he presented to the ambassador, of which his man had not time to finish the copy (herewith) because of the clerk's haste. Has not been able to get back either the said copy or the duplicate instructions, as no one seems to know about them, and the Council desire another copy of the writing, which Chapuys cannot give without the duplicate of the instructions. Desires her therefore to send them, finishing the copy herewith in accordance with the instructions, in which nothing has been changed save the persons at the commencement and, after the notice that the Emperor will make no appointment without the King's consent, these words "la cause et querelle duquel est conjoincte et comme une mesme avec celle de sa Mate".
As to the ships of Flanders, the Council send word that only two small ships and three boats which they will not call ships are come hither; and they are astonished that there are no more.
Cannot since Chantonay's departure perceive any change of purpose, etc. (Here follows, verbatim, the text of his letter to the Emperor (No. 954) from this point to the end).
As to what she wrote on the 10th inst. touching the exemption of the English from the impost of one per cent, this Council, who would do everything at their own pleasure, at first took very ill the difficulties made there. Afterwards sent them the writing (fn. 2) which came with her letters, but has no answer yet. London, 27 July, 1543.
French, pp. 3. Modern transcript from Vienna.
27 July.
R. O.
957. Suffolk and Tunstall to Parr.
His letters and packet to Mr. Wriothesley are sent to Court this morning, together with his first and second letters to Suffolk containing "strange news." As to the fray at Hexham, in which he writes that a servant of Sir Ralph Eure and a man of Hexham are killed, Suffolk wrote to him yesterday, at the complaint of the man who said his brother was slain by Arche Dodde and other of the Tyndales. To learn the truth he should commit the examination to his deputy warden, Sir Cuthbert Ratclif, whose son "rode the fair with one hundred persons and saw all the misorder of it." Ratclif with an other justice of the peace of Parr's appointment shall better know the truth than Mr. Eure, although his information should be taken. Will give advice for the punishment of so heinous a murder when he has apprehended such as the justices find to have offended.
Where he asks advice upon the King's letter; he must mark the King's words that if the Governor will have the King punish such rebels as attempt against the truth it shall be done. But, if the Governor will not agree, but see it redressed at the days of truce, then, by the league now made, if peace ensue, redress must be made by the wardens of both sides. The Davisons and other Scottish prisoners are to be called in by their takers that they do no more harm and that their takers may be known. Darnton, 27 July. Signed.
P.S.—Your letter of this day, with the espial's news out of Scotland sent by Sir Thos. Wharton and a letter to Mr. Ant. Denney, are sent to Court. We can give no other advice touching defence than, until the day of truce be expired "to use them as they use you," to have beacons and company ready and espials on the watch; and to advertise Wharton to do the like. Where the posts in Northumberland are very slack, you must quicken them by letters or punish them.
Pp. 3. Add. : lord Warden of all the Marches. Endd.
27 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 151. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 429.
958. Parr to Suffolk.
This morning at 3 a.m. learnt, by letter from Wharton, that an espial of his reported "that it would be war between this realm and the Scots, and that the French king and the Cardinal with the clergy of Scotland would sustain the charges thereof"; and Wharton enclosed a letter from another espial, sent herewith to show the King the unjust dealing of the Governor and Scottish lords. As the abstinence expires on Tuesday night and presumably the Scots will not agree to the peace, asks advice for the defence of the Borders; and whether to permit English Borderers to make raids into Scotland or detain them at home for defence. Warkwourthe, 26 July. Signed.
P.S.—Begs him to forward the enclosed letter to Mr. Dennye.
Pp. 2. Add. Sealed. Endd. : 1543.
27 July.
Add. M.S. 32,651, f. 153. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 430.
959. Parr to Suffolk.
Last night 200 Tividales and other Scots made a raid into England but were set upon by Hen. Collingwood, constable of Hetell, and 24 of them taken within English ground. Has sent for divers of the principals, "one being the laird of Mowe and another Jok a Pringill, Parson Ogle taker," and will put them in irons. "Inasmoche as they were as infractours of the peas takinge within Englande and with a nagge which provethe manour and by meane thereof is justifialle by the lawes of the Marches of the dethe," asks whether to keep a warden court to condemn and execute them. Warkwourthe, 27 July. Signed.
P. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd. : 1543.
27 July.
R. O. St. P., IX. 452.
960. Wallop to the Council.
On Monday, 23rd inst., entered the country of Fyennes and burnt it and the abbey of Beawlew, and, the night following, the castle of Fyennes, about which the Surveyor and the labourers took pains. The day after, sent out Messrs. Seymer, Cromwell, Marshal of Calais, Bray, and Ponynges, with 2,000 foot and 300 horse, who burnt Ryncksam castle and Arbrittayne castle, from which the late lord Privy Seal was repulsed with loss, and all the villages towards Leskes, where they summoned the abbey, a strong castle held by two gentlemen of Mons. de Beez's band, who refused to surrender unless they might depart with bag and baggage, but, on Wallop's coming up, they surrendered to mercy, being but 18 men and boys. Has this morning totally destroyed it, so that De Beez shall now have no harbour towards Arde nearer than Marguyson. At leaving Lisques, sent the garrisons of Calais and Guysnes home by way of Buckhault, with orders not to meddle with the strong church there, within a quarter of a mile of Camp, unless they found it open. Mr. Marshal and Mr. Bray were sorry to return, and none more so than Mr. Ponynges. Praises the conduct of all the gentlemen who have come over. It is a great pleasure to have the company of so wise and discreet a man as Mr. Bowes, the treasurer.
A trumpet sent to Bullen yesterday to enquire for certain Englishmen who were taken has to-day returned, with De Beez's trumpet, after a dangerous journey, and reports that 5 Englishmen are taken, among them is Beawmond, a gentleman sent by Dr. Lee, and two of Mr. Bulmer's gentlemen. Gives reports of their brave resistance, in which a brother of Mr. Kellewayes, the Pensioner, was killed.
The night before last 2,000 footmen from the French camp entered Mounstrell, and afterwards all the passages betwixt that and Heding were cut. Encloses other news received from the captain of Graveling. Camp beside Alquyne, 27 July. Signed.
P.S.—Commends services of bearer, Mr. Vaughan, in overseeing works at Guisnes. Forgot to name Sir George Carow, who will prove a very good man of war.
Pp. 4. Add. Endd. : 1543.
27 July.
R. O.
961. German Soldiers.
Charles V.'s instructions to Godschalk Ericks, deputed commissary and muster master of the Almain soldiers under the governance of George Stadler of Regensborowe and George of Saltezborowe, chief masters of ordnance. Prescribing how the soldiers (who shall muster about Rauchousen) are to be engaged, chosen, paid, &c. They are to set forward by 1 August at furthest. Spire, 27 July '43, Imp. 24, regn. 28.
English translation, pp. 4. Entitled on a fly leaf : "The instruction in affayres of warre concerning lorde Godschalck Ericks."
28 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 155. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 431.
962. Suffolk and Tunstall to the Council.
Enclose a letter received this morning from the lord Warden, showing how certain misordered Scots have made a raid in England and 24 of them are taken. Have advised him to keep them safe. They seemed to be of the company of the rebels of Scotland "and, as it is like, at the breaking up of that company went about to do some exploit."
Thomas Gower, overseer of works at Warke castle, reports that Mr. Shelley has no money to pay the workmen, and would know whether the work shall continue. Gower desired licence for Sir John Witherington, his brother-in-law, marshal of Berwick, to repair to the King, saying he had agreed for his ransom at 160l. and had got home his pledges. Suffolk could not license him to be absent from his office without first knowing the King's pleasure. Gower will repair to the King when he can get dismissed at York, where the Council has sent for him. Enclose supplication to Suffolk concerning the spoiling of a crayer and certain fishermen on the coast of Yorkshire, where certain French ships spoil all the King's subjects that pass. Darnton, 28 July. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd. : 1543.
28 July.
R. O. St. P., v. 328.
963. Suffolk and Tunstall to [Parr].
Mr. Sadler's letter to the King, which arrived yesternight, was sent forth with speed. By it Parr would see that the Scottish rebels and the other lords favouring the King are agreed, and determined to accept the peace and marriage, and proclaim the peace in Edinburgh and on the Borders. Parr must forthwith write to his deputy wardens to proclaim it on Monday next at furthest; and to Sir Thos. Wharton, who is furthest off, to do it before noon on Tuesday. It shall be proclaimed here and at Duresme on Monday. Parr should proclaim it the same day at Newcastle, Morpith, Alnwik, Berwik, Hexham, and other places in Northumberland; for, since the Scots "do frame themselves towards peace we may not be seen to be slack in setting forth the same." Darnton, 28 July. Signed.
P.S.—Pray send the enclosed letter and schedule to Mr. Sadleyr.
P 1. Fly leaf with address lost.
28 July.
R. O.
964. Suffolk and Tunstall to [Parr].
Your lordship should commit the doers of the fray at Hexham to ward until the coming of the justices of assize, who will be at Newcastle on Wednesday come se'nnight, and with whom you, being also in the commission of oyer determiner, may join to see it punished; for, as warden, you cannot punish murder or felony among the King's subjects unless they commit also some March treason. I, Suffolk, wrote yesterday by one Johnson, brother, as he said, to him that was slain. Pray send word if you received it. Doubtless you will remember, now that the peace is proclaimed in Scotland, to see it proclaimed with all speed upon the Borders. Darnton, 28 July.
I, Suffolk, pray you to send this my letter to Mr. Sadleyr with speed. Signed.
P. 1. Fly leaf with address lost.
28 July.
Add. MS. 32,651 f. 158. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 432.
965. Arran to Henry VIII.
Thanks for his letters received on the 26th and the "princely favour and entire friendliness" shown by the credit committed to Schir Rauf Saidlare. As he is assured by Saidlair of Henry's support "for quenching of this insurrection," moved for Henry's sake, so he desires Henry to trust that no earthly case shall make him vary from the things appointed betwixt them. Has at more length declared his mind to Saidlair. Edinburgh, 28 July 1543. Signed.
Broad sheet, p. 1. Add. Endd.
28 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 159. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 433.
966. Sadler to Henry VIII.
There is so much untruth and suspicion among these men that he can only write what he hears; for, whereas he wrote of an agreement that the Queen should be delivered, out of the Governor's hands, to the custody of four barons (which is done, and she and the old Queen, forthwith, conveyed in haste to Stirling) and a convention made for appointing a Council and ratifying the treaties, which the Cardinal and the rest seemed to approve, the Governor has this day sent for Sadler and told him that Huntley has been here and would have had this convention to be at Stirling, but he answered that "he would not go a foot out of the door to them," and, as they chose him Governor, they must come to him, for he would rather go to London without safeconduct than to Stirling with all the bonds and promises they could make, and if they would not do their duties he would seek help of England. Huntley, on behalf of the Cardinal and his complices, persuaded him to leave the cast of England, and promised that every baron in Scotland would agree to a marriage betwixt the young Queen and his son, and for that he might keep her where he would. He answered, as he tells Sadler, that he had treated a peace and marriage with Henry, with the consent of the Three Estates, and if Huntley, the Cardinal and their complices would come to this town to a convention to ratify these, and lay the hostages and perform the covenants, they should be welcome and the past forgotten, but if not he would, without them, ratify the treaties, lay the hostages and keep the covenants, "maugre them all, or die in the quarrel." Huntley then, he says, told him that the Cardinal and others durst not come without safeconduct; and Huntley is now despatched from the Governor and lords here to offer the Cardinal and his fellows any reasonable security. The Governor said that this was wrought with him privately by Huntley, to make him revolt from Henry; but he answered that, if they would not come in, he would himself, with Henry's prisoners and other friends here, conclude the treaties and maintain them to the death; in which case he must have aid of Henry. Sadler commended his determination to keep his promise with the King, in doing which he should have the King's help; but told him that if the Cardinal and his complices were not so well minded to the treaties as they pretended (which appeared by Huntley's sayings) they had gotten a great advantage by having the Queen in custody of their party. The Governor answered that she was in good and indifferent keeping, two of the four barons (fn. 3) who have her in custody were his assured friends, and no doubt she would be preserved until of age to be married in England; and if the worst happened, and they would convey her away, he would with Angus and others, make Henry an entry into Scotland, in which case they must be aided with force and money : and he bade Sadler enquire of the prisoners and other friends how they found him minded. Sadler commended his wise determination, and reminded him of the benefits which he would win by it; and he said he would write a letter of thanks for the King's letters and advice (which letter is sent herewith). After that Sadler asked his answer touching the repair of the King's navy into the Fryth to apprehend the French ships. He bade Sadler write that he and the lords about him were resolved that the King's navy should be welcome, and might take them in the Fryth or the haven of Lyghe or elsewhere, and should have victuals and necessaries; for he would not be indifferent between the King and France, but rather a partaker with the King.
Afterwards communed with Angus, Glencarn, Maxwell, Somervile and Douglas, who all affirm that the Governor "is at this present, if he will so remain," as dedicate to the King as any of them. Told them what the Governor said that Huntley had privately practised with him. Glencarn and Maxwell thought it could not be true, but rather devised by the Governor to gain Henry's "good conceit." Angus, Glencarn, Maxwell and Somervile are sure that the Cardinal and his complices are firmly given to the accomplishment of the treaties, because "they spake so largely in that behalf," but say the Cardinal dare not come to this town without security. Douglas says "plainly that they mind nothing less than the performance of this peace and marriage"; and is not content with the Queen's custody, as "the Cardinal and his complices can now dispose of her what they will." Angus, Glencarn, Maxwell and Somervile "be of a mere contrary opinion," especially the three last, who will pledge their lives and heritages that the four barons will preserve her to be married in England, and that the noblemen will lay their hostages for it because they know she is in sure keeping. Sadler thinks that if the Cardinal, who pretends to desire Henry's favour, will, with the rest, come to this convention and ratify the treaties, all will be well; but if they still abide out their dissimulation is proved, and too much haste has been made in the alteration of the Queen's custody. All agree that Henry may have what is pacted by the treaties; or, at least, the dominion on this side the Fryth if he use force, to which the Governor is as well-minded as they are.
The Scottish servant whom he sent over the water to see the French ships says that they will depart in 8 or 10 days, that they are nine sail, whereof four are of three tops, "besides the Saker, which is their admiral," and that all now lie within the haven of Brent Island a-rigging and victualling. For fear of Henry's navy, it is thought that they will go about by the West seas. Henry's navy, coming in time, may take them in the Fryth, or else meet them in the Narrow seas. If they go by the West seas they shall fall into the laps of the navy there under Sir Nic. Poyntz, to whom Sadler has this day sent warning. But the surest way of meeting them is within the Fryth. Encloses letters received yesterday from Sir Nic. Poyntz, to himself and the lord Admiral. The Governor has to-day sent a servant to see to the furnishing of Sir Nicholas with bread and drink, and Sadler has provided money to pay for it, which he will ask again of my lord of Suffolk. Edinburgh, 28 July.
P.S.—Douglas has made a repetition of the Governor's good mind, who (he says) needs money and must now coin plate, and if the King would help him now with 1,000l. it would do him more pleasure than 3,000l. at another time. Thinks it not amiss to give the 1,000l. now ready at Berwick, which at the worst is but 1,000l. lost, and desires instructions within 8 days, for having stayed presenting that 1,000l., as he wrote, he dare not now present it without eftsoons knowing Henry's pleasure. Douglas tells him that a French ship of Depe is arrived with news of certain ships coming from Depe to the Cardinal and Lenoux, with money and munitions, but whether by the East or West seas he cannot tell; and thinks they should be laid for in the East seas, as Sir Nic. Poyntz lies for them in the West. Cannot induce Sir Jas. Lirmonthe to subscribe the articles, but he gives fair words and promises to observe them. At closing this came Mr. David Panter, the Governor's secretary, with the Governor's letters before mentioned and a message that John a Barton had received a letter from the captain of Depe in favour of the French ships at Brent Iland, and signifying that the French king had furnished, out of Depe and Havre de Grace, 15 ships of war to carry into Scotland an ambassador from the French king and another from the Bishop of Rome, with money and munition which was once appointed to have been sent hither to the late King, and (hearing that Henry had ships at sea to encounter them) had reinforced their number to 19 or 20 sail. The letter did not state whether they should come by the East or by the West seas.
Omitted to write, above, that the Governor bade him signify to Henry that, if his adversaries opposed the performance of the treaties, he would put all the holds on this side the Fryth, as Hamylton, Blacke Nesshe, Edenborough, Dunbarr, Temptallon and those in Maxwell's hands, at Henry's command, for an entry into Scotland, and Stirling would be easily taken. Signed.
Pp. 11. Add. Endd. : 1543.
28 July.
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967. Deputy and Council of Calais to the Council.
Recommend that, as 50 of the men of war lately sent over and placed in Ruisbank are gone to the camp, as many or more should be provided in their place. Enclose a note of the ordnance there, with Thos. Carow's opinion of what is lacking. Remind them that the Deputy has several times written for 10 iron slings for Newenham Bridge. On the 26th he placed 8 gunners there besides the ordinary. Of the Northern horsemen lately sent, 100 remain here under Sir Ralph Ellerkar for the "scowlt" of the chalk pits at Sca[les] and Pepelyng and defence of the High County in harvest; and at Guisnes 50 of Sir Thos. Wharton's men under one Carleton for defence of chalk pits and scourage of the country there. Of the footmen lately sent, the earl of Arundel's 200 remain at Guisnes, in place of the 200 sent before by the bp. of Ely and chancellor of Augmentations now gone forth with Wallop. The Treasurer desires warrant for the payment of these gunners, horsemen and footmen, the gunners from the 25th inst. and the rest from the 20th. Calais, 28 July, 1543. Signed : H. Mawtravers : Rauff Ellerkar : Edward Bray : Edwarde Wotton : Thom's Carewe : Antony Knyvet : Anth. Rous.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.
29 July.
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968. The Council to the Deputy and Council of Ireland.
The earl of Ormond, who now returns into Ireland, has made suit that his patents concerning the earldom may be confirmed by act of Parliament. They are to draw and send to the King an act for that purpose. It is only to supply what is wanting in the letters patent touching the name, title, &c., and to confirm gifts the King has already granted, and not to import further matter, as his claim to prize wines and the like. Okyng, 29 July.
P.S.—As the Earl made overture to exchange some of his lands in Ireland for lands in England, they are to devise what part of the Earl's lands is most commodious for the King.
Copy, p. 1. Endd. : Minute to the Deputy and Council of Ireland, 29 July 35 Hen. VIII.
R. O. 2. Extracts from Acts of the Irish Parliament, viz., from the Act of Absentees 28 Hen. VIII., cap. 3; from "cap. 6 : The revocation of an act made in 7th year of King Edward the iiijth for the legitimation of Edmond and Theobald Butler, sons of Jas. Butler"; (fn. 4) and from Act 35 Hen. VIII. cap. 1, (fn. 5) securing the earldom of Ormond to James s. and h. of Peter late earl of Ormond with an annuity of 10l. out of the fee farm of the city of Waterford.
Pp. 2 Endd.
29 July.
R. O. St. P. IX., 455.
969. Wotton to Henry VIII.
Martyn van Roshem lately crossed the Mase, about Ravesteyn, with 18 ensigns of foot and 2,000 horse and "brantscattidde" some villages and destroyed others. The whole company came only to Boxtel, but some of the horsemen came as far as Tylburgh, 3 Dutch miles on this side of Bolduke, towards Andwarpe and thence to Barle 1½ miles from Hoghestrate, so that they were within 2 miles of Breda, whither the Prince of Orenge was come with as many footmen and 1,500 horsemen. The Clevois, upon reuniting at Boxtel, went to Eyndone, where the peasants made some defence, but it was taken by assault and most of those within it "of all age and kind" slain. It is doubtful now whether they will go over the Mase again at Rumonde or enter Lone, a country under the bp. of Luyke. Upon news of their coming the Regent sent men to Maestricht. For a gentleman lately taken near the forest of Ardenne, who was the French King's lacquey and privy to all secrets between the French King and duke of Cleves, on being racked at Vuylevorde, had disclosed important things, including a plot within the city of Luyke. The Regent has, thereupon, sent one of her "maister d'hostels" to Luyke, with Chancellor Nigri; and has arrested two prebendaries of Luyke (of St. Lambert and of St. Cross) at Andwarpe and Mechelyn. The men sent to Maestricht are to prevent the Clevois getting through to Luyke, and joining the Frenchmen; for, although the Regent sent word that the French "were removed from Maroles and gone away clean," it appears that some remain thereabouts and have lately made a course up to the gates of Valenciennes. Marvels that the Regent and Council have told him nothing of these matters; but perhaps they have advertised Henry through their ambassador. Heard first that the Clevois were passing the Mase six days ago, and the next day De Courrieres told him that it was but a tale and not true. However, on Friday last he asked President Schore; who made light of it, saying that if it had been any notable thing Wotton should have been informed, and that a few Clevois had indeed come over the Mase and spoiled villages, but the prince of Orenge kept them in sight and they could do no hurt. "If his tongue and his heart did agree, it seemeth that he was deceived"; for they have done great hurt. Some suppose that the Prince of Orenge will get between them and home, but the writer thinks that, to do that, he would rather have gone to Bolduke than Breda. The Regent is loth to venture battle till the Emperor come. Bruxelles, 29 July, 1543.
Hol., pp. 3. Add. Endd.
30 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 166. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 434. (Abstract.)
970. Mary Queen of Scots to Henry VIII.
Desires safe conduct for one year for Mr. Robert Hammyltoun, with a ship or ships to the burthen of 100 tons, to trade with England and France. "Subscrivit be our tutour and governour and gevin under our signet," Edinburgh, 30 July, 1 Mary. Signed : James Governour. Sealed.
Broad sheet, p. 1. Add. Seal injured.
31 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 167. B. M. Hamilton Papers, No. 435.
971. Henry VIII. to Sadler.
Has received his two letters of the 26th inst. (points recapitulated); for answer to which :—
1. He shall now be "most vigilant" to know what the Cardinal and his complices set forth, and what is done. 2. He shall tell the Governor that, like as Henry is glad that the insurrection is appeased, so (since the Cardinal and his complices had the naming of two of the lords who have custody of the Queen, albeit all named thereto by Parliament will doubtless prove honorable gentlemen), noting this proud attempt of the Cardinal to win his purpose, both in the order of the Queen's person and the government, Henry cannot but think that, having gotten reputation in the one by countervailing the Governor in the naming of these lords, he will travail by craft to attain the other (which is done if he now plant himself or such as he list in the Council), and then the Governor can conjecture where he himself shall be, "who knoweth the Cardinalles good will towards him" both in respect of the governorship, to which he aspires, and of his opinion of religion. Henry therefore advises him to provide that the Cardinal be nowise one of the Council, unless he first renounce his red hood and condescend that God's word may be set forth. The Governor is to be told that Henry has caused his lieutenant to provide a convenient number of archers and others to be ready to march at his appointment, and will not fail to befriend him in his honest quarrel. If the Cardinal will come to Sadler, or appoint an indifferent place, Sadler shall hear what he has to say.
3. The above discourse to the Governor Sadler shall also declare to Angus, Casselles, Glencarn, Maxwell, Somervil, Sir George Douglas and other friends, marvelling at their consenting (in appointing noblemen to the Queen), that the Cardinal should countervail the Governor, and warning them to beware of him in the appointment of this Council, for which the names proposed should first be sent hither for Henry's advice, and reminding such as subscribed the articles of what they have promised.
4. Marvels that in all these matters he hears nothing of Sir George Douglas. Would know what he has done.
5. As the Queen is now removed to Stirling, the Governor must see to the sure keeping of the bridge. Wishes to know who are now in authority, what number of men the old Queen has, what number each of the lords keepers of the young Queen has, and all other occurrences.
Draft in Wriothesley's hand, pp. 10. Endd. : "Mynute to Master Sadleyr, ultimo Julii 1543."
31 July.
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972. The Privy Council to Parr.
The King has seen his letters of the 27th to Suffolk and commands them to signify that he must try out whether those Scots who made the raid into England were of the number of the rebels, and, if so, "by whose mean they went to the rebellion," and whether they had command, at their return, to make this entry. Guldeforde, 31 July 1543. Signed by Russell, Hertford, Lisle, Winchester, Westminster, St. John, Gage, Wyngfeld, Wriothesley, Paget and Dacres.
P. 1. Fly leaf with address lost.
31 July.
R. O. [Spanish Calendar, VI. II., No. 199.]
973. Chapuys to the Queen of Hungary.
This courier importunes him to certify her that Chapuys has refused to furnish him with money for his journey into Spain. The reason is because the Emperor has not written of it; and, even if his Majesty had ordered it, Chapuys has not a single blanque, and, unless she has compassion on him, knows not how to support himself.
This King has received most agreeable news from Scotland, viz., that not only the Cardinal and the rest of the French party had avowed the appointment and treaty which the ambassadors passed here but also the Queen herself, showing an inclination to follow the King's party.
The Council have sent to pray Chapuys most urgently to get her to put an end to the matter of the impost and not give the merchants occasion to complain to the King, who might take it very ill. The King has licensed those of Dunkerke to take the wood of which she wrote to him, and, two days ago, put in prison certain officers who had arrested ships of Flanders upon a claim for pilotage. Extreme diligence is made in equipping the rest of the ships and putting in them an incredible quantity of artillery. Among other pieces the Great Henry will carry 12 double cannons and the Marie Roze 6; and within these two ships will go 1,200 men at least. London, 31 July 1543.
French, pp. 2. Modern transcript from Vienna.
31 July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 173. B. M. Sadler State Papers, I. 242.
974. Sadler to Henry VIII.
This day, the Governor sent for him and said that lord Fleming and the bp. of Orkney had come from the Cardinal and his complices and proposed that, if the Governor would not hold this convention at Stirling, but have them come to Edinburgh, they desired :—(1) To have as pledges the earl of Cassils, the abbot of Paisley, Sir George Douglas, and the sons and heirs of Maxwell and Glencairn : (2) That Edinburgh castle should be delivered out of the Governor's hands to the provost, and all weapons taken out of it in this ruffle returned : (3) That the footmen whom the Governor had waged (about 700) should be discharged : (4) "That the town of Leith (who be noted all to be good Christians)" should be commanded not to come to this town during the convention : (5) That their Councils should be kept in the town, in the Tolbooth : (6) "That the Governor should have no halberts nor weapons borne about him." Such unreasonable desires, the Governor says, he would not grant; but has sent the earl Marishal, abbot of Paisley and Sir Jas. Lermonth to charge them, in the Queen's name, to come to this convention for ratification of the treaties and the commonweal of this realm, and he will pledge his own son for their safety; and if any of them are afraid of Sir George Douglas, he will lay his son the master of Morton, and likewise any here whom they fear will lay pledges. This, the Governor said, he had offered (which Sadler told him was too much), but he thought they would not come and would not have the treaties take effect, for Orkney privately practised with him, as Huntley did before, to conclude a marriage between the Queen and his son, and he knew that they were secretly reassembling their folk, to come suddenly upon him and put him down. For, what with being thus suffered and with hope of aid from France (which is bruited to be coming in 19 or 20 great ships, with ambassadors from the French king and Bishop of Rome, whereof one is the duke of Guise's son, or the Duke himself, as the Frenchman of whose arrival Sadler last wrote affirms), these rebels are, the Governor thinks, grown to such pride that nothing will daunt them but force. And here he complained that he had no money, nor could get his plate coined in time, and prayed Sadler to get him aid from Suffolk until the King could be notified of his necessity; for, if impeached by the conveying away of the young Queen or otherwise, from performing the treaties, he would give Henry an entry into all Scotland on this side of the Forth, rehearsing the names of the strongholds. To comfort him in this good determination, Sadler offered him the 1,000l. stayed at Berwick; for which he gave thanks, but he prayed Sadler to despatch a post to the King, for his further relief both of money and of 4,000 or 5,000 men, including 1,000 or 2,000 good archers. Indeed, if matters grow to extremity Henry must needs, to obtain his purpose, be at a further charge to sustain the Governor; for the other party, looking for aid from France, esteem him nothing. Has communed with Angus, Glencairn, Cassils, Maxwell and Somervail, who think "this matter will grow to a bargain, which they call a battle," for the Cardinal's folk secretly gather their force again; and they desire an aid of good English archers to be put ready forthwith. They say the Queen is indifferently kept, and although the Cardinal and his complices lie in Stirling, not past two of them at once are allowed within the castle gate, and the old Queen's desire to have the Cardinal lodged within the castle is denied.
To-morrow, at the return of Marishal, Paisley and Lermont, it will be seen whether the Cardinal and his complices will come upon the security offered; which if they refuse, it is easy to judge that they mind not well towards the Governor and the treaties. Edinburgh, 31 July. Signed.
Pp. 5. Add. Sealed. Endd. : 1543.
*** The above is noted (with corrigenda for the text of Sadler State Papers) in Hamilton Papers, No. 436.
31 July.
R. O. St. P., V. 329.
975. Sadler to [Parr].
Perceives, by his letter of 30 July, that he is in doubt whether Sadler received his letter containing intelligence by espial out of Scotland. Received it, but, because the matter was untrue, "minded not to touch the receipt of the same." Espials here can learn nothing but common bruit, which is mostly vain, and no part of those tales was true. If he has seen all Sadler's letters to the King he knows the verity of proceedings here. Encloses letters for the King and Suffolk showing how things stand. Edenburgh, 31 July.
P.S.—It is secretly murmured that Buckleugh, Sesforde, Hume, the Carres and the Humes intend a great raid into England.
Hol., p. 1. Fly leaf with address gone. On the back is written in cipher : 321l. 6s. 8d.
31 July.
Royal MS. 18 B. vi. 155. B.M. Epp. Reg. Sc., ii. 163.
976. Arran to Paul III.
Begs him to consent that Richard, abbot of the monastery of St. Columba of Ymonia, who is oppressed with age and weakness of mind, may resign the monastery to the noble and studious youth, James Stewart. Edinburgh, 31 July, 1543.
Lat. Copy, p. 1.
31 July.
Royal MS. 18 B. vi. 155. B.M. Epp. Reg. Sc., ii. 163.
977. Arran to Rudolph, Cardinal of Carpi.
To further the above. The youth is not only of royal blood but distinguished for morals and study of letters. Edinburgh, 31 July, 1543.
Lat. Copy, p. 1.
July.
Add. MS. 32,651, f. 178. B.M. Hamilton. Papers, No. 437 (1).
978. Parr to Suffolk.
This day an espial who is lord Hume's servant and was, during this time of business in Scotland, with his master on the Cardinal's part, reports that at the proclamation of peace in Edinburgh were present only the Governor, Angwishe, Glencarne, Casselles and Maxwell, all the lords of the Cardinal's part being absent; that this peace shall not be kept otherwise than twelve lords appointed by the Governor and Cardinal shall decree; that the Cardinal's party agreed to this peace only in the form taken in King James V.'s days; that the young Queen shall not be delivered into England; that the Cardinal, Argile and Lennox, with the four lords who have custody of the Queen, accompanied her from Lithco to Sterling; that the Cardinal and his adherents allured the Governor and his lords to Litheco, but would not come to Edinburgh to him; and that 16 ships are coming from France to Scotland "fraught with munitions, men and money." Wrote on the 26th "of this July" news conformable to this, which he also then sent to Mr. Sadleyr; as he has now sent this, in order that, though it be "something costly to him," he may search whether it is true.
Wrote on Friday last* of a raid of 200 Tividales, of whom the laird of Mowe, Jok a Pringill and 23 others were taken within England. Although Mowe and Pringell have been very rank riders, they are so esteemed in Tividale that, though they deserve death and their execution would be a terror to others, it is supposed that, to save them, all the Carres and Pringills would bind themselves to observe good rule and obey the King. Begs instructions. As to the affray at Exham, for which this day he received Suffolk's letters of the 28th inst., has proceeded to try out the beginners of it and to detain the Tynedales from seeking revenge.
The espial aforesaid has returned to say that he forgot one thing, viz., that the Cardinal and his lords had secret communication with the Governor, that if he would follow their minds his son should marry their Queen.
Hereupon arrived another espial called Sandy Pringill, whom my lord of Durham knows, who affirms the above intelligence and says there will be much riding and ill demeanour on the Borders. Sandy makes earnest labour for Jok a Pringill, offering that, rather than he should suffer, he and twelve of the best of his name will become the King's subjects and dwell in the waste ground. Parson Ogle also labours for him, for the sake of the kindness shown when he was his prisoner. Answers that he may sue to the King for his life "but touching justice of such transgressors I must see"—(ends abruptly at the foot of the page).
Fragment (?), pp. 4. Endd. : My 1. Parr.
31 July.
R. O. St. P., ix. 457.
979. Wallop to the Council.
Has received theirs dated Oking, 27 July, and trusts they have since heard further of his proceedings by his letters, and by Mr. Vaughan who carried them. Are this day arrived within a league of Bettune. Describes minutely ambushes laid and skirmishes made with the garrison of Therwane, in which the Burgundians of St. Omer's and Ayre and Mr. Cromwell, Mr. Carow, Mr. Deveres, Mr. Peter Carowe, Mr. Wardner, the elder brother of the Staffords, one Pete, a servant of the lord Warden, and the Northern horsemen took part; and in which the lieutenant of Mons. de Villebon, captain of Therwane, was overthrown but rescued. Afterwards sent his old acquaintance, the Captain of Therwane, a letter (copy and answer enclosed) offering, if any of his gentlemen would break a spear for their ladies' sake, to send six gentlemen to meet them. Describes the tournament, to which he sent Messrs. Howard, Peter Carowe, Markeham, Chelley of Calais, and two of his own men, Cawverley and Hall. By mischance, Cawverley was run through the body and lies at Thurwane sore hurt. Would rather the next kinsman he has (not being his brother) "had excused him."
This afternoon, received letters from the Regent and Great Master showing that the French threaten us. Has lost no men since they of Calais and Guisnes left. To-morrow, meets the Great Master, who, if he miss his purpose of Mounstrell, may be induced to burn Base Bullen and feign to besiege Arde, when the secret matter may be put in ure there which the bailly of Guisnes suggested. Till Wallop speaks with the Great Master, the Bailly should practise no further therein. Camp beside Bittune, 31 July. Signed.
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980. Edward Leventhorp.
"The charges laid out by me, Edward Leventhorp, esquire, by the occasion of Leonard Leventhorp since Michaelmas term last past, ao r.r. H. Octavi xxxiiijo," viz. :—Legal expenses (detailed) of the writer in obtaining a divorce from his wife, proceedings in Michaelmas, Easter and Midsummer terms; and certain payments made for the said Leonard, mostly as keeper of the writer's manors of Sabsworth and Ugleye. Total 415l. 13s. 11d., of which Leonard has accounted for 395l.
Hol., pp. 3. Endd. : Master Lenthropp letter.
981. Grants in July 1543.
1. Willicus Boruck alias Makwilliam, a native of Ireland. Creation as earl of Clanreckard and baron of Dunkellyn in Ireland, with succession in tail male; and grant of his lands in Connaught except that portion, custom, profit or pension of "lez cockettes" and the profits which he claims from the town of Galawaye, in Ireland. Also grant of an annuity of 30l., the monastery of Via Nova, Clonfert dioc., the advowsons of all rectories, vicarages, &c., in Clanreckard and Dunkellyn which are in the King's gift, and the third part of the first fruits of them at each vacancy (reserving to the Crown the other two parts). To hold all the premises in tail male, by knights' service only; reserving to all abps., bps., and other ordinaries all their procurations, indemnities, and other dues in the premises. Del. Grenewhiche, 1 July 35 Hen. VIII.— S.B. Pat. p. 6, m. 5. Rymer, XIV. 797.
2. Mawrus Obreen, a native of Ireland. Creation as earl of Tomon in Ireland for term of his life, with remainder to Donacius Obreen for term of his life. Also creation as a baron of Parliament by the name of baron of Insikwyne in Ireland, with succession in tail male. Also grant of his lands in Tomon beyond the water of Shenon, with advowsons of all rectories, &c., there, except abprics., bprics. and royalties; in tail male; to hold by knights' service only. Del. Grenewhich, 1 July 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Endd. : The warrants for the Irishmen). Pat. p. 6, m. 6. Rymer, XIV. 799.
3. Donacius Obreen, a native of Ireland. Creation as baron of Ibrackayn in Ireland with succession in tail male. Also grant of the reversion, for life after Mawrus Obreen, of the dignity of earl of Tomon. Also grant of his lands beyond the water of Shenon, the annuity of 20l. which he has from the King, a moiety of the monastery of Clare and the whole monastery of Eleannaganaghe alias Insula Canonicorum, which he now possesses; in tail male; by knights' service only. Del. Grenewhiche, 1 July 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 6, m. 6. Rymer, XIV. 800.
4. John Banyster. Licence to alienate three messuages in Fanchurche Strete, in the parish of St. Benet Gracechurche, London, in tenure of Ant. Sylver, to John Dymmoke. Westm., 1 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 12.
5. Sir Michael Lyster, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 437l. 10s. 10d., of the house and site, &c., of the late hospital or college of St. Nicholas de Valle beside the city of New Sarum, otherwise called the hospital or college of scholars of Vaus, now dissolved; the manors of Westharnam, Estharnam and Burforde, Wilts; the chief messuage in Westharnam in tenure of Robt. Romsey; and lands (5 tenants named) in these places; except the tenements of Nic. Stamford in Westharnam and Wm. Compton in Estharnam. Also the tenements of Edm. Fryer in Lavyngton Episcopi and of Robt. Sompner in Renway in the parish of Cannynges, Wilts; and the rectories and advowsons of the vicarages of Mylborne and Develisshe, Dors. All which premises belonged to the said hospital of St. Nicholas. Grenewiche, 24 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 17.
6. Sir Ric. Riche, chancellor of Augmentations. To be keeper of the manor and park of Wanstede, Essex, and bailiff of the manor of Wanstede; with 2d. a day as keeper and 26s. 8d. a year as bailiff. Grenewich, 24 June 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 2 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 17.
7. Sir Thos.Pope, the King's councillor. Grant, in fee, for 158l. 13s. 4d., of the reversion and rent reserved upon a crown lease, 18 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII., to Steph. Poar, of the manor of Wyvylcote alias Wylcote, Oxon (lately purchased from Thos. duke of Norfolk), for 21 years at 6l. 13s. 4d. rent; and of the manor with all appurtenances (certain closes and tenants named) in Wyvylcote and Cogges, Oxon, the advowson of Wyvylcote rectory, and all lands in Wyvylcote lately purchased from Thos. duke of Norfolk; also a close called Flemyngfelde in Cogges in tenure of Robt. Secole, parcel of the lands called Mynster Lovell formerly of Jasper, duke of Bedford. Del. Westm., 2 July 35 Henry VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Riche, Southwell, Moyle, Hendle and N. Bacon.) Pat. p. 18, m. 21.
8. Rutland. Commission to Kenelm Dygby, Hen. Dygby, Ant. Coly, and Geo. Swyllyngton to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heirs of Sir Everard Dygby, John Elmes and Annabel Caldecote, widow. 3 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.
9. Ric. Andrewis and Wm. Romsden, of Longley, Yorks. Grant, in fee, for 1,175l. 11s. 2d., of all lands in Denbye, in Heaton parish, Yorks., which belonged to Kirklees priory, including those in tenure of Wm. Clayton; the grange in Denby which belonged to Byland mon., in tenure of John Clayton, and lands leased with it in Denby, Clayton, Whyteley, Breretwesill and Flocton in the parishes of Heaton, Thornell and Elmeley, Yorks.; woods called Freer Parke (6 ac.) and Hooleroode alias Holryde Woode (7 ac.) in Denby, which belonged to Byland; all possessions of Byland in Wyndehyll, Woulley and Darton, Yorks., in tenure of Ric. Alott and Thos. Wooroffe (sic). Also lands (specified and tenants named) in Westhey beside Westburton in Darton parish, Shelffe in Halifax parish, Leversage, Scoles and Hekynwyke in Bristall parish, Shepeley Cane under Emeley park in Emeley parish, and Sadelworth, Yorks., which belonged to Kirkelies priory; in Bristall and Bradley in Huddersfield parish, which belonged to St. Oswald's mon., Yorks.; in Wath, Yorks., which belonged to St. Leonard's hospital in York; and in Wakefyld and Thornes beside Wakefeld, Yorks., which belonged to Monkebretton mon. Also Lingarthez manor, Yorks., which belonged to Kirkestall mon. (several tenants named); tithes in Tonge, parcel of Bristall rectory, in tenure of Nic. Tempest, which belonged to St. Oswald's; Ardisley manor, which belonged to Monkebretton, with appurtenances in Ardisley and Darfeld parish, Yorks.; rents and services and lands (specified and tenants named) in Ardisley, which belonged to Monkebretton; the chief messuage of Crofton manor, Yorks., and lands leased with it to Robt. Ryssheworth, which belonged to St. Oswald's; lands (specified and tenants named) in Crofton and Folby in Wragby parish, which belonged to St. Oswald's; and in Ossett Sandes beside Heton in Dewesbury parish, which belonged to Kirkestall; and the site and demesnes of Blythe mon., Notts, leased to Gervase Clyfton. With all appurtenances of the aforesaid manors in Lyngarthes, Almondesbury, Huddersfeld, Ardisley and Darfeld, Yorks.; except all lands in Wirsburghdale and all advowsons. Grenewiche, 24(?). . . . . . Del. Westm., 3 July "anno subscripto."—P.S. (injured). Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 19.
10. Sir Thos. Seymour, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Lease of certain meadows and closes (described), fishery of the water running within the park of Farleigh and a little piece of ground before the gates of Farleigh castle, all in Farleigh, Soms. and Wilts, and known as "lez demeyn landes" of the castle or manor of Farleigh; which came to the King by attainder of Walter lord Hungerford; for 21 years; at 5l. 19s. 4d. rent. Grenewiche, 24 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 4.
11. Ric. Paver, of Bramehall in Spofford parish, Yorks, yeoman. Grant, in fee, for 427l. 7s. 6d., of a messuage and grange called Brampton in Kyrkeby parish, parcel of the late preceptory of Ribston, and in tenure of Edw. Parker; the manor or grange of Mykylthwayte in the parish of Collyngham next Wedderby, Yorks., and a wood called Thykehedwoode in Collyngham, which belonged to Kirkstall mon., and all possessions of Kirkstall in Mykylthwayte, and a cottage in tenure of Ric. Jowett in Collyngham, which belonged to Kirkstall. Grenewyche, 27 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 10.
12. Walter Smyth. Grant, in fee, for 521l. 7s. 1d., of the manors of Garston and Bryxham alias Upton, Devon, which belonged to Tottenes priory, with appurtenances in Garston, Totton, Tottenes, Brixham, Upton, Lodeswell and Blackemore, Devon; lands called Wynnesland in the parishes of Tottenes and Herberton, in tenure of Hen. Colton, lands called Torre Prior in Lodeswell in tenure of John Scoos, and all possessions of Tottenes in the above named places. Grenewyche, 27 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 12.
13. John Bernerdiston, of Ikwell, Beds., and Joan his wife. Grant, in fee to the said John, for 266l. 16s., of the manor of Ikwell alias Ikewelbury, Beds., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem. Westm., 3 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 11.
14. Roger Grenehalgh. Grant, in fee, for 442l. 13s. 6d., of several tenements (tenants named) in the town of Rowthorn in Hucknall parish, Derb., which belonged to Newstede priory, Notts; a messuage in Harstofte in Hucknall parish leased to Wm. Clarke and Emmotte his wife and Wm. and Thos. their sons, and the grange of Hethe in Hethe parish, Derb., leased to Nic. Schore and Agnes his wife, which belonged to Croxston mon., Leic.; a messuage with certain closes (named) in Whytebarowe in Teversall parish, Notts, leased to Thos. Ludnam, and other lands (tenants named) in Teversall and Tybbeshelf, which belonged to Felley priory; and a messuage, &c., leased to John Cley in Glapwell in Bollesover parish, Derb., which belonged to Darley mon. Grenewiche, 28 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 13.
15. Ric. Modye, of London. Grant, in fee, for 777l. 5s. 8d., of the site and chief messuage of Garresdon manor, Wilts, the lands in tenure of Robt. and John Larder, John Runyon alias Larder, bastard, and Wm. Larder in Garresdon, closes, &c., specified, in Garresdon, a water mill called Fisshers Mille there, a pension from the rector, and the whole manor of Garresdon; which premises belonged to Malmesbury mon. Grenewyche, 27 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 16.
16. The Clothiers of London. Grant, in fee, for 1,800 mks. (to the master and keepers and brethren and sisters of the guild or fraternity of the Blessed Mary of the clothiers of London), of the chief messuage with two gardens and a tenement annexed in the parish of St. Peter le Pooer, ward of Bradstrete, and of St. Stephen of Colmanstrete, abutting on Bradstrete on the south and extending eastward from the messuage of the Grocers of London to the messuage formerly of the Austin Friars of London lately in tenure of Robt. Leese, and afterwards of Thos. Crumwell late earl of Essex, attainted, 175 feet, and from Bradstrete northwards as far as the curve or angle of the lane which leads from Bradstrete, by the wide gate called the Augustyne Fryers gate, towards the vestibule of the church of the said Austin Friars, 72ft. 2½in. (abutting throughout that extent on the said messuage of Robt. Leesse on the east), and thence extending westward to the next angle of the said chief messuage 27ft. 3in. (abutting upon the said lane on the north), and from that angle northwards to the messuage late of the said Austin Friars in tenure of Thos. Pawlett 150ft. 9½in. (abutting throughout upon the same lane on the east), and thence extending westward to the angle of the stone wall dividing the greater garden from the garden annexed to the messuage in tenure of the said Pawlett 109ft. 11½in. (abutting throughout on the said messuage of Thos. Pawlett towards the north), and thence extending northwards in a bending form to the angle of the brick wall dividing the said greater garden from the gardens of the Carpenters of London 152ft. 5½in. (abutting throughout upon the same garden of Thomas Pawlett), and thence extending westward and partly northward straight to the angle of the same brick wall, similarly dividing the said greater garden from the gardens of the Leathersellers of London 259ft. 7¼in. (abutting throughout upon the gardens of the Carpenters, of the masters or keepers of London Bridge, of the Saddlers and of the Leathersellers of London towards the north), and thence extending southward straight to the angle of the same brick wall dividing the said greater garden from the garden of the late abbot and convent of Rueleghe, Oxon, in tenure of Robt. Riche, 236ft. 5in. (abutting throughout upon gardens late of Sir Thos. Kitson, dec., and of the said abbot and convent towards the west), and thence extending eastward to the angle of the said brick wall enclosing the said greater garden from the garden of the said Grocers 220ft. 7½in. (abutting throughout on the said gardens of Robt. Riche and of the Grocers towards the south), and thence extending southward straight to Bradstrete 270ft. 2½in. (abutting upon the said Grocers' garden and messuage on the west); which chief messuage, &c., came to the King by the attainder of the earl of Essex.
Also grant of the messuages, &c., lying next the church of Austin Friars between the tenement of Wm. Wodham on the east and that of John Pardowe on the west, and abutting upon the highway leading towards Lothbury on the south and the commonway leading to the house late in tenure of the said earl of Essex on the north; and the messuage and tenement with "le gate house" in Bradstrete, between the tenement late in tenure of Robt. Leesse on the west, and that of Elizeus Johnson on the east, abutting on Bradstrete to the south and on the churchyard of Austin Friars to the north, late in tenure of the said earl of Essex; which messuages late of Robt. Leesse in Bradstrete contain in length along the high way on the south side of the said chief messuage as far as the tenement of John Wyllyamson 62ft. 4in., and the said Wyllyamson's tenement from them to the gate leading towards Austin Friars church 42ft. 7in., and the gate built over, called le gatehouse, contains in width 12ft.; and from the gate beneath along the stone wall called "le brykewall" northwards to the end of the tenement is 39ft., and from the said angle or end of the tenement of Wyllyamson to the end and angle of the tenement late of Robt. Leesse contains westward 85ft., and from that angle to Bradstrete towards the south 72ft. 2½in. Also grant of the course or running of conduit water to the said chief messuage and a pathway to and from the messuage by a gate called le Fryers Gate. Grenewyche, 28 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 18.
17. Geo. bp. of Chichester. Dispensation to hold his provostry of the Royal College of St. Mary and St. Nicholas in Cambridge, together with his bishopric for six years from the date of his consecration. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 7, m. 20. Rymer, XV. 1.
18. Thos. Grey, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 282l. 10s., of the site of the late priory of Langley, Leic., a mill within the site, and certain closes named, and certain woods (named and extents given) in Grey's tenure in the parish of Bredon, and all the demesne lands of the priory which were let to him at its dissolution; also lands in his tenure in Radclyff upon Wreke, Leic., which belonged to Langley priory; lands in tenure of Thos. Howett in Fleckeney, Leic., which belonged to the mon. of St. Mary de Pratis, Leicester; lands (specified and tenants named) in Empyngham, Stretton in le Strete and Whitwell, Rutl., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and Dynglay preceptory. And although the premises are worth at 20 years' purchase 289l. 8s. 4d., besides 93l. 6s. 8d. for the woods, the said Grey is, in recompense for an annuity of 10l. granted by the court of Augmentations and now cancelled, released of 100l. 5s. of that amount. — (date lost except the final words "tricesimo quinto.") Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. (mutilated). Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 8, m. 1.
19. Ric. Andrewes and Wm. Romsden, of Longley, Yorks. Licences to alienate :—
i. The chief messuage or site of Crofton manor, Yorks., and the lands leased with it to Robt. Russheworth, which belonged to St. Oswald's mon.; to the said Robt. Russheworth. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 13.
ii. Tithes in the town of Tonge, Yorks., parcel of Bristall rectory, in tenure of Nic. Tempest, which belonged to St. Oswald's mon., and lands not specified (qu. in Tonge ?); to Nic. Tempest of Tonge. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 14.
iii. A close and a parlour with a chamber over it (former and present tenants named) in Wragby parish, Yorks., which belonged to St. Oswald's mon.; to Leonard Beckewyth. Westm., 4 July.
Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 14. iv. Lands specified in Crofton "aforesaid" in tenure of Robt. Rawson, which belonged to St. Oswald's mon.; to Thos. Key (?) of Wakefelde, Yorks. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 14.
20. Ric. Andrewes of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 2,403l. 5s. 2d., of the reversion and rents reserved on the following Crown leases described (1) 20 March 28 Hen. VIII., to Thos. Chaundeler, of Salperton rectory, parcel of Studley mon., Warw., (2) 3 June 31 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Morgan, of the house of the late Friars Carmelites in Gloucester, (3) 20 May 29 Hen. VIII., to Sir Wm. Thomas, of Carmerden priory, &c., St. David's dioc., (4) 16 Feb. 32 Hen. VIII. (a grant for life), to Watkyn ap Howell, of the manor and rectory and the tithe grange of Lantrissam in the marches of Wales, which belonged to Lanthonye priory beside Gloucester, (5) 4 June 32 Hen. VIII., to John Reynoldes, of the house, &c., of the late Austin Friars in Shrewsbury, (6) 25 Nov. 33 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Penson, of the Household, of the houses, &c., of the late Black Friars and Grey Friars in Shrewsbury, (7) 22 Feb. 31 Hen. VIII., to John Wynchecombe, of tithes of Mygeham, Crokeham and Colthrop in Thacham parish, Berks, and of Greneham in Thacham parish, which belonged to Redyng mon. Also grant of all the premises; and of lands in Halstocke in Okehampton parish, Devon, which belonged to Tavistock mon.
Also grant of a messuage in tenure of Wm. Braye in Shipton Solas, Glouc., which belonged to Bruerne mon., Oxon; a pension of 40s. from the rector of Charleton upon Ottemore, Oxon, which belonged to Shene mon., Surr.; the site and chief messuage of the manor of Newehall in Sarret, in Watforde parish, Herts, and lands called Westwood, the Leye, &c. (tenants named), in Watford, which belonged to St. Alban's mon.; rent of 20s. and service from the master of Queen's College in Oxford for lands in Kersley, Warw., due to the late Charterhouse beside Coventry, and all lands of the said Charterhouse in Kersley; the manor of Holwall, Soms., which belonged to Abbottesbury mon., Dors., with a wood called Brokehill alias Thatchyns Wood in Holwall; the manor of Oldeswell, Glouc., which belonged to Studley mon., Warw.; lands in Cowley, Oxon, which belonged to Kenilworth mon.; a toft with a close called Frogmershe (tenants named) in Shipton Solers, Glouc., which belonged to Cirencester mon., and other lands in Shipton Solers and Shipton Olyff, which belonged to Cirencester; a messuage, &c. (tenants named), in Whitchurch, Wilts, which belonged to Malmesbury mon.; the site and chief messuage of the manor of Pytchcombe, Glouc., which belonged to St. Peter's, Gloucester, in tenure of Wm. Gardener and others of his family (named), with a wood of 47 ac. called Pytchecombe Wood; five messuages (tenants named) in Forde in Wolburroughe parish, Devon, which belonged to Torre mon.; a messuage, &c., in tenure of John and Joan Camine and their son Nic. Camme in Ingiston alias Ingelaston, in Hawkesbye parish, Glouc., which belonged to Quenyngton preceptory and the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem; an acre of ground (tenants named) upon Chardeforde in the tithing of Lygh and in the parish of Dylton, Wilts, and a fulling mill (tenants named) in Dylton, which belonged to Edyngton mon.; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Trethegloyes alias Treseglous in Arustlye, in the marches of Wales in co. Salop (sic), which belonged to Haughemonde mon.; 40 roods of land called Taillours Yardes in tenure of Wm. Goddard, lying in a two-acre close called Sesternes Close in the parish of St. Leonard of Shordyche, Midd., which belonged to the New Hospital of St. Mary without Bysshoppisgate; a garden in tenure of Robt. Riche in the parish of St. Stephen in Colmanstrete, London, which belonged to Thos. earl of Essex, attainted; a messuage in tenure of John Bysshoppe and Alice his wife in the new town of Thame, Bucks (sic), between those of Geoff. Dormer and John Adam, which belonged to Notley mon., Bucks; lands in tenure of Sir Nic. Fayrefax, Robt. Alott and Thos. Woodroff in Bentley and Bretton, Yorks., which belonged to Bylande mon.; Garthorne grange in Garthorne, Westmld., which belonged to St. Leonard's hospital in York, in tenure of Jas. Bellyngham (except suits of tenants and perquisites of courts in Garthorne); 23 ac. of marsh and a "le hope" of reeds called "a shore" lying together in Estham, Essex, at the west end of Estham marsh, and a "le shore" and a "le bante" called Rolles Creke in Estham, late in tenure of John Danyell, and other portions (described) of Estham marsh, which belonged to Stratford Langthorne mon.; four salt springs and salthouses containing 20 leads of salt water, in tenure of Ric. Yate in Northwyche, Chesh., which belonged to Whalley mon., with a house at the bridge end in Northwyche; the manor of Mylton, co. Glam., which belonged to Dynmore preceptory, Heref., and the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem; a hide of land, &c., called le Bury Shote and Horsepole, formerly of Matilda Boham, in tenure of John Bennet and his sons John and Maurice, in Bysshoppystrowe, Wilts, which belonged to Farleigh mon.; closes of land specified in Southwike, Glouc., which belonged to Tewkesbury mon., in tenure of Wm. Wakeman; the house, &c., of the late Friars Carmelites in the town of Sele, Suss.; a toft and garden containing between them half a "ferendell" of land in tenure of Hen. Higgyns in Haylestrete in Wynchelcombe, Glouc., which belonged to Tewkesbury mon.; two water mills called Powyckes Mylles (tenant named) in Powycke, Worc., which belonged to Great Malverne priory, with other lands specified in Powycke; a messuage lately leased to Wm. Fynche and now in tenure of Thos. Bradley in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, London, between Chancery Lane on the east, Fyckettesfeld on the west, the tenement of Edw. Gerthe on the north and that of the Six Clerks called Harflete Inne on the south, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem; the tenement of Thos. Love in St. Lawrence parish in Evesham, Worc., between those of John Awood, painter, and John Russell; a barn and garden in Britten Street, a sheep house in Capon Lane and a shop in the market in Evesham (situations described), all in tenure of Thos. Love, which belonged to Evesham mon.; three tenements described and tenants named in Haylestrete, Colstrete and Birporte Strete in Wynchelcombe, Glouc., which belonged to Wynchelcombe mon.; a messuage, formerly called le Crane and afterwards le Greyhounde, in tenure of John Lyndesey, in the parish of St. Andrew beside Christchurche, London (position in St. Mary Axe Street described), which belonged to Bylegh mon., Essex.
Also grant of the advowsons of the rectories of Bysshoppistrowe, Wilts, Hayforde at the Bridge, Oxon, Houghton, Leic., and Chesterton, Hunts, of the vicarage of Budlegh and chapel of Wydecombe Ralegh, Devon, of the rectories of Addyngton, Bucks, and Charleton upon Ottemore, Oxon, and of the vicarage of Salperton, Glouc.
Subject to certain rents and charges specified. Grenewyche, — (blank) day of — (blank) 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 4.
21. Ric. Andrewes, of Hales, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Licences to alienate :—
i. A messuage, &c. (boundaries given), late in tenure of Wm. Fynche and now of Thos. Bradley in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, London, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem; to Thomas Bradley and Thomasina his wife. Westm., 5 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 1.
ii. Six messuages (tenants named) in Forde within Wolburrough parish, Devon, which belonged to Torre mon.; to John Gaverocke. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 2.
iii. Certain closes (names and extents given) in Southwike, Glouc., which belonged to Tewkesbury mon., in tenure of Wm. Wakeman, with tithes upon them; to Wm. Wakeman. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 3.
iv. The manor of Newhall in Sarret, in Watford parish, Herts, and certain other lands (specified and tenants named) in Watford parish, which belonged to St. Alban's mon.; to Thos. Palmer. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 3.
v. The chapel or rectory of St. Peter of Salperton, and the manor of Oldeswell, Glouc., which belonged to Studley priory, Warw., and lands in tenure of Wm. Bray in Shipton Solas, Glouc., which belonged to Bruerne mon., and lands called Frogmershe, in Shipton Solas in tenure of Thos. Chaundeler which belonged to Cirencester mon.; to John Heydon, clk., and Hen. Heydon, in fee to the said Henry. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 3.
vi. The tithes of the rectories of Crokeham and Greneham in Thacham parish, Berks, in tenure of John Wynchecombe, which belonged to Reding mon.; to John Knyght and Eliz. his wife, in fee to the said John. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 4.
vii. A pension of 40s. a year from the rector of Charleton upon Ottemore, Oxon, which belonged to Shene mon., Surr., the advowson of the said rectory, and rent of 20s. and service due from the master of Queen's College in Oxford for lands in Kersley, Warw., to the Charterhouse beside Coventry; to Wm. Devenysshe and Lancelot Shawe. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 17.
viii. A messuage, &c., in tenure of Wm. Batell in Haylestrete, in Wynchecombe, which belonged to Wynchcombe mon., Glouc.; to Hen. Tanner alias Barkesdale. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 17.
ix. A messuage, &c., in tenure of John Came and Joan his wife and Nic. their son in Ingiston alias Ingelaston in Haukesbye parish, Glouc., which belonged to Quenyngton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; to the said John Came. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 18.
x. Twenty three acres of land and marsh and a "le hope" of reeds called "a shore" in Estham, Essex, at the west end of Estham marsh, and a "le shore" and a "le rant" called Rolles Creke in Estham in tenure of John Danyell, and other marsh lands (specified and tenants named) which were all leased to Steph. Close and belonged to Stratford Langthorne mon.; to Thos. Eglysfeld, Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 18.
xi. Two messuages and lands (described and boundaries given) in tenure of Thos. Love in the parishes of St. Lawrence and All Saints in Evesham, which belonged to Evesham mon.; to the said Thos. Love. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 18.
xii. Four salthouses in tenure of Ric. Yate in Northewiche, Chesh., and a house upon the bridge there, which belonged to Whalley abbey; to Ric. Yate. Westm., 5 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 29.
xiii. Two mills in tenure of Sir Wm. Thomas in the parish of St. Peter of Carmerden, which belonged to Carmerden priory, the house, &c., of the said priory, and meadows and woods (names and extents given) in the foresaid parish, which belonged to the same priory; to Griffin Leyson. Westm., 5 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 7.
xiv. Two messuages called Hermer and Gonnes, late in tenure of Alice Wythypoll and afterwards of Wm. Selwyn, in Whytchurche, Wilts, which belonged to Malmesbury mon.; to Ric. Mody. Westm., 5 July. Ib.
xv. Lands in tenure of Sir Nic. Fayrfax, Robt. Alott and Thos. Woodroff in Bentley and Bretton, Yorks., which belonged to Byland mon., and all possessions of the mon. in Bentley and Bretton; to Eliz. Alott late wife of Robt. Alott. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 9.
xvi. The advowson of Houghton rectory, Leic; to Brian Cave. Westm., 5 July. Ib. m. 28.
22. Sir Ralph Sadleyr, King's councillor. Lease of a farm called Barwik, in Standon parish, Herts; for 30 years from Mich., A.D. 1552; at 7l. 6s. 8d.; upon the expiration of a 21 years' lease 31 Jan. 23 Hen. VIII., by Henry late marquis of Exeter and Gertrude his wife, attainted, to Ric. Fissher. Hampton Court, 17 May 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 5.
23. Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Licences to alienate :—
i. Lands in Halstocke in Okehampton parish, Devon, which belonged to Tavestock mon.; to Leonard Yowe. Westm., 6 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 7.
ii. Garthorne grange, Westmld., which belonged to St. Leonard's hospital in York; to Jas. Belyngham and his heirs. Westm., 6 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 14.
24. Jas. Lawson, of Newcastle upon Tyne, merchant. Grant, in fee, for 405l. 0s. 8d., of the manor of Byker, Nthld., which belonged to Hen. late earl of Northumberland. Grenewiche, 28 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 12.
25. Viscount Lisle, the King's High Admiral. Licence to export 400 tons of tallow and 400 dikkers of "calveskyns" or tanned leather, hides or backs, or so many dozen calfskins as after the rate of the King's customs shall amount to 400 dikkers of tanned leather, counting 10 doz. calfskins to a dikker. Westm., 3 July 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 6 July.— P.S.—French Roll, 36 Henry VIII., m. 3. In English.
26. Ric. Wasshyngton, of Grarig, Westmld. Grant, in fee, for 738l. 5s. 4½d., of Shappe rectory, Westmld., which belonged to the mon. of Shappe, with the advowson of the vicarage; also the manor of Docker, Westmld., lands (many tenants named) in Docker in the parish of Kirkby in Kendall, Westmld., rent and service of Thos. Corney and his heirs for lands in Middelton in the parish of Kyrkeby Londesdale, Westmld., a messuage in tenure of Laur. Garnett in Blasterfeld in Crosby Ravenswath parish, Westmld., rent and service of Rol. Bland and his heirs for lands in Setbarre and Dent, Yorks., and a messuage in tenure of Ric. Nevetson in Newby in Morland parish, Westmld., which belonged to St. Leonard's mon. or hospital in York. Westm., 2 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 6.
27. Heref. Commission to Sir Ric. Vaughan, John Pres, Roger Bodenham, and Wm. Caple to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of Miles ap Harry. Westm., 7 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p 4, m. 12d.
28. Jas. Lawson, of Newcastle upon Tyne. Licence to alienate Byker manor, Nthld., and the manor of Mattisfen West with its appurtenances in Stamerden parish, Nthld.; to John Ragge and Robt. Lynsey, clks., on condition that, within four years, they are to be regranted to the said Jas. Lawson for life, with remainder to Edm. Lawson, son of the said Jas., and the heirs male of his body, with like remainder, in default, successively, to Hen., George and Wm., other sons of the said Jas., with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said Edm. Westm., 7 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 3.
29. Ralph Lathum, of London, goldsmith. Grant, in fee, for 848l. 18s. 11d., of the lordship and manor of Upmynster alias Upmysterhall, Essex, which belonged to Thos. earl of Essex, attainted, and is now in tenure of Humph. Frythe, with six woods (names and extent given) in Upmynster, and all other appurtenances there. Westm., 2 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 15.
30. Wm. Whorwod, attorney general. Grant, in fee, for 648l. 19s. 2d., of the manor of Alveley, Salop, which belonged to Shrewsbury mon., and lands, specified, in tenure of Humph. Lowe, David Lawley and John Dolman, in Alveley, which belonged to Shrewsbury; also the rectory of Kynvarc alias Kynfare, Staff., which belonged to Bordesley mon., in tenure of Rol. Babyngton; the rectory of Gwyttyngpower alias Netherguytting, Glouc., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem (and preceptory of Quenyngton, in later clause), in tenure of Ant. More. Except advowsons belonging to Alveley manor.
Also grant, in fee, to the said Wm. Whorwod and Wm. Walter, of the site, &c., of the late house of friars of Thellesford alias Thellsford, Warw., a 7 ac. grove called Thellesford Grove, in tenure of Wm. Lucye, land in Charlecote alias Charelcote, Warw., in tenure of Wm. Lucy, and in Wasperton, Warw., in tenure of Wm. Lake, all which belonged to Thellesford.
Also grant, in fee, to Wm. Whorwod of the advowsons of the vicarage of Gwyttingpower alias Nethergwyttyng, Glouc., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, and of the rectory of Brome, Staff., Worc. dioc., which belonged to the priory of black nuns called the Blacke Ladyes, in co. Staff. Westm., 5 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 4.
31. Sir John Gresham. of London, esquire for the Body, alias mercer. Pardon and release of all moneys paid by or for the King before 25 March 34 Hen. VIII. to the said Sir John. Greenwich, 20 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 15.
32. Sir John Wallop, captain of the castle and county of Guysnes. Appointment as chief captain and leader of the forces which, at the request of the Emperor Charles, in accordance with a certain treaty, the King sends for the defence and delivery from hostile incursion of the said Emperor's dominions. Del. Westm., 7 July 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 16, m. 13. Rymer, XV. 1.
33. Ric. Saverey, of Totneys, Devon. Grant, in fee, for 439l. 14s., of the manor and rectory of Rattre, Devon, in tenure of John Manefee, which belonged to the mon. of St. Dogmaelles, co. Pemb., with the advowson of the vicarage, certain woods (names and extents given), and all appurtenances in the parish of Rattre. Grenewich, 2 July 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 8 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 9.
34. Ric. Wasshynton, of Grarig, Westmld. Licences to alienate :—
i. Docker manor, Westmld., lands of 15 tenants (named) in Docker and the parish of Kyrby in Kendall, Westmld., and rent and service of Thos. Corney for lands in Middelton in the parish of Kyrkeby Londesdale, Westmld., and of Roland Blande for lands in Settbeare and Dent, Yorks., all which belonged to St. Leonard's hospital in York; to Ant. Duckett. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 5.
ii. A messuage, &c., in tenure of Ric. Nevetson in Newby in Morlande parish, Westmld.; to the said Ric. Nevetson. Westm., 9 July. Ibid.
35. Robt. Burgoyn, of London. Licence to alienate a messuage, &c., formerly in tenure of Hugh Crateford, clk., and afterwards of Mary Crateford and now of Humph. Crateford. in Horwell, Worc., which belonged to Little Malverne mon.; to Nic. Clyfton. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 5.
36. Walter Hendle, attorney of Augmentations, and Margery his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Walter, for 535l. 11s. 7d., of the reversion of a grant for life, 7 Feb. 31 Hen. VIII., to Ric. bp. suffragan of Dover, of the manor of Elmerston, Kent, which belonged to the Black Friars of Langley alias Langley Regis alias Childerlangley alias Chilternlangley, Herts; and also of the said manor of Elmerston alias Elmiston with all its appurtenances which belonged to the Black Friars of Langley or to Dertford priory, with the advowson of Elmerston rectory; also marshlands called Sterlonde. Derlonde and New Innynges in Stone parish in the Isle of Oxney, Kent, and Cowlees in Appuldore parish, Kent, purchased from Thos. abp. of Canterbury, and the tenement late of Sir Thos. Wiatt, dec., within the precinct of the Friars Preachers in London. Westm., 3 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 3.
37. Ant. Bourchyer alias Bochier. To be auditor of the lands of the duchy of York on this side Trent, and of all lands of the late Queen Jane; in reversion after Thos. Twesell who holds the office by pat. (cited) of 16 Oct. 30 Hen. VIII.; with fees and profits as enjoyed by Thos. Twesell, or Thos. Combes. Westm., 8 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 9 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 15.
38. Geoff. Shakerley of Shakerley, Lanc. Grant, in fee, for 560l. 15s. 8d., of the manor of Byveley alias Byley, Chesh., which belonged to Delacres mon., Staff.; and the manor of Pyllardington, Warw., which belonged to Shene priory, Surr.; with appurtenances in Byveley, Mydelwyche, Heghley, Overyatehouse and Netheryatehouse, Chesh., and Pyllardington, Warw.; a cottage called Tybishouse in Byveley in Myddelwiche parish, Chesh., and other lands leased with the said manor of Byveley to Humph. Reynold, and lands called le Overyatehouse and le Netheryatehouse in Myddelwyche parish in tenure of Humph. Whytney and Humph. Reynoldes, which belonged to Delacres. A portion of tithes in Halford, Warw., in tenure of the rector of Halford and a portion of tithes out of Oxhulffe rectory, Warw., which belonged to Shene. And the grange called Lachedenys in Budworth parish, Chesh., which belonged to Norton mon., formerly in tenure of Margery Holford, and now of Ewan Holford. Westm., 4 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 July. — P.S. (torn). Pat. p. 16, m. 25.
39. Ric. Bartlett, M.D. Grant, in fee, for 476l. 3s. 2d., of the manor of Seyntbury alias Senbury, Glouc., which belonged to Evesham mon., and lands in Seyntbury called "lez Lottes" alias Courteland, which belonged to Evesham, numerous lands (named, described and tenants named) in Seyntbury, and the advowson of Seyntbury rectory, which belonged to Evesham. Westm., 3 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 27.
40. Thos. Horner and John Horner, junr. Grant, in fee to the said John, for 1,831l 19s. 11¾d., of the manors of Melles, Lye and Nonney, Soms., which belonged to Glastonbury mon., the advowsons of Melles rectory, Lye chapel and Nonney rectory, and a pension of 20s. out of Melles rectory; also the farm of Luyde and lands called Luyde in Yevell parish, Soms., which belonged to Glastonbury, in tenure of lady Eliz. Fitzjames, widow; also the manor of Discowe alias Discove, Soms., which belonged to Brewton mon., with appurtenances in Discowe and Holy Waters alias Holy Fathers; and lands (tenants named) in Battecombe, Soms., which belonged to Taunton priory. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 10.
41. Thos. Lawe. Grant, in fee, for 104l. 8s. 2½d. of a tenement in Fylgrave and Hardmede parishes, Bucks., and a mansion called le Parsonage Place in Lathebure parish, Bucks., in his tenure, which belonged to Lavenden mon.; and also the advowson of Hardemede rectory, which belonged to Lavenden. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 25.
42. Thos. Hemmyng. Grant, in fee, for 709l. 13s. 8d., of the manor and rectory of Alrichesay alias Alrylseye alias Alrilseyberi ferme, Beds., which belonged to Waltham Holy Cross mon., with appurtenances in Alrichesey, Henlowe, Langford, Scotfold, Holwell and Cadwell alias Calewell, Beds.; also the advowson of Alrichesey vicarage, and rents called "le Cosyners rent, Kecheners rent, and Pytancers rent" leased to the said Thomas with the said manor and rectory; except other advowsons. Westm., 6 July 35 Henry VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 22.
43. Ambrose Bekwyth. Grant, in fee, for 176l. 10s. 4d., of the reversions and rents reserved upon the following Crown leases, described, (1) to Robt. Kyrke, clk., 20 Dec. 31 Hen. VIII., of Handale priory, Yorks., and lands there, and (2) to Ralph Bekwyth, of York, goldsmith, 20 April 31 Hen. VIII., of the house of the late White Friars in York; also grant of the house and site of the said priory of nuns of Handale alias Gryndale, numerous closes (names and extent given) in Handale which belonged to that nunnery, and a mill beside the said nunnery; also the moiety of a meadow called Mekyll Yng in Handale which belonged to Gromont priory : also the said house of the White Friars and three messuages (tenants named) in York which belonged to it; pasture called Rosecroft in Leverton field in Leverton and Lostehouse, Yorks., in tenure of Ralph Duke and Thos. Franke, rector of Lostehouse, which belonged to Gysbourne mon.; and a great messuage in York, formerly in tenure of John Morgayn, and now of Wm. Bekwyth, in the street called St Androwes Gate between houses lately belonging to Newburgh mon. and Marton priory, which messuage belonged to Marton. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 9.
44. John Brereton, the King's servant, younger son of Sir Wm. Brereton of Brereton, Chesh., dec., one of the gentlemen ushers of the King's chamber. Grant, in tail male, of the lordship or manor of Buglawton, Chesh. Westm., 8 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 18.
45. Ric. Andrewes. of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Licence to alienate a garden in tenure of Robt. Riche in the parish of St. Stephen in Colmanstrete, London, which belonged to Thos. earl of Essex, attainted; to the said Robt. Riche. Westm., 12 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 3, m. 2.
46. Winchester College. Grant to the Warden and scholars clerks of St. Mary College of Winchester beside Winchester, and their successors (in consideration of the lordship and manor of Harmondesworth, Midd., the rectories of Harmondesworth, Heston, Hampton upon Thames, Istelworth, and Twyckenham, Midd., the manors of Shawe and Colthopp, Berks., the advowsons of the vicarages of Harmondesworth, &c., Midd., and of the rectory of Shawe, Berks., and all lands sold to the Crown by a certain indenture, and of 671l. 14s. 2d.) of the manors of Moundesmere and Stubbynton, Hants, which belonged to Southwike mon., Woodmancote, Hants, and Pydeltrenthide, Dors., which belonged to Hyde mon., Enford, Wilts., which belonged to St. Swithin's mon., and Sydlyng, Dors., which belonged to Milton alias Myddelton mon.; with appurtenances in Moundesmere, Retherwike, Stubbyngton, Portesey, Portesmouth, Portersbrige, and Woodmancote, Hants, Pydeltrenthide, Enford, and Sydlyng; custom of hay at Retherwyke leased with Moundesmere manor to Robt. Hannyngton; lands called Frerelandes and Garnese Londes in Pydeltrenthide leased, with the manor, to Thos. Knyght; a croft called Doggersclose beside Kinges Yate Strete in St. Michael's parish, Winchester, which belonged to St. Mary's mon., Winchester, in tenure of Wm. Browne; lands in Chale parish, Hants, called Walpan, which belonged to Quarre abbey in the I. of Wight, in tenure of Thos. Gladhouse; a mill and meadow in Enford leased, with the manor, to Thos. Matyn; and numerous lands specified in Sydlyng leased, with the manor, to Hen. Strangwayes; also grant of the houses of the late Friars Preachers, Friars Minors, Friars Carmelites and Friars Augustines in Winchester; and a cottage in Milbourne Porte, Dors. and Soms., which belonged to Cirencester mon., in tenure of Wm. Sampson, Agnes his wife and John their son. Also the rectories of Portesey and Portesmouth, Hants, which belonged to Southwike, the rectory and advowson of the church of Enford, Wilts., which belonged to St. Swithin's, a portion of tithes in Upsydling in the parish of Brodsydling, Dors., which belonged to Milton and is now in tenure of Giles Penney, the rectory of Syddelyng, Dors., which belonged to Milton, and the rectory of Milborne Porte, Dors and Soms., which belonged to Cirencester; also the advowsons of the vicarages of these churches. Also woods (names and extents given) in the parish of Preston Candever and Nutley which belonged to Southwik, and in Woodmancote and Pydeltrenthide which belonged to Hyde, and certain grain rents of Stubbyngton manor and of Portesey and Portesmouth rectories. Except all advowsons not here specified and lead, save in gutters and windows. Westm., 8 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 12 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 18.
47. Ric. Callowhille. Grant, in fee, for 447l. 5s. 4d., of messuages in Clifton, Worc., called Hakes Lande (with several fields, &c., named), Cookes Felde, and le Personage landes (with tithes in tenure of Edw. Wrighte), which belonged to Lymbroke priory; rents and service out of lands in Tedeston Delamer (7 tenants named and the rector of Tideston Wafer for land called Balles Grounde) and Bilfelde (1 named) Heref., which belonged to Greater Malverne priory. Also the site, &c., of Whiston priory, Worc., and lands (names and extents given) in Claynes parish, Worc., known as the demesnes of Whiston priory, and leased to Walter Wallshe; also a close lying at le Barbours Broke in Claynes, and numerous tenements (specified and tenants named) in the city of Worcester which belonged to Whiston. Also the manor or farm called Saynt Hellens Ferme in the parish of East Brameling or East Brambeling, Kent, which belonged to St. Helen's priory in London. Except the bells and leaden roofing at Whiston and all advowsons. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 13 July.—P.S. (torn and mutilated). Pat. p. 13, m. 6.
48. The King's "right trusty and right well beloved cousin, the earl of Glencarn." Licence to purchase 200 tuns of beer and convey it by ship into Scotland. Westm., 6 July 35 Henry VIII. Del. Terlyng, 13 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 17. In English.
49. Tattershall College, Linc. Grant to George Hennege, clk., the master, and the chaplains of the college and almshouse of Holy Trinity of Tatteshalle, Linc., and their successors (for the manor of Knevettes, Ntht., sold to the Crown by indenture of 1 July 35 Hen. VIII., and for 65l. 9s. 8d.) of the manor of Manthorp and Burthorp, Linc., which belonged to Crowland mon., numerous messuages, &c. (tenants named) in Wythom, Linc., which belonged to Crowland; the grange of Little Grymsby, Linc., and close called Fyrre Close there in possession of Sir Wm. Skipwith which belonged to Nunneormesby priory; and the manor of Langton next Hornecastell, Linc., which belonged to Kirksted mon. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 13 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 26.
50. John Oteley of Whitington, Staff., and Anne his wife, and the heirs of the said John. Grant, for 137l., of Hencote grange, Salop, and the Comen More in Hencote (several present and late tenants named) which belonged to the mon. of Lylleshull alias Lylleshill, Salop. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 13 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 30.
51. Ric. Calowhyll. Licence to alienate the manor or farm called Saynt Helenes Ferme in Estbramelyng parish, Kent, which belonged to St. Helen's priory in London, and was granted to the said Ric. by pat. of 13 July inst.; to Gabriel Caldeham, freemason of London. Terlyng, 14 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 22.
52. Sir Wm. Malery, the King's servant. To be, during the King's pleasure, chief paymaster of pensions and fees, to the amount of 1,000l. yearly, assigned in the East, West, and Middle Marches towards Scotland; with fees of 20l. Hampton Court, 13 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 14 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 14. Rymer, XV. 3.
53. Jas. Leveson, merchant of the Staple. Grant, in fee, for 2,725l. 13s. 6½d. of the manor and lordship of Lylleshull, Salop, which belonged to Lylleshull mon., the manor of Hundes Chedull, Staff., which belonged to Croxden mon., the manor, farm and tenement of Sutton, in Sutton parish, Salop, which belonged to Wenlok priory, the manor and lordship of Dowles, Worc. and Salop, and the manor and tenement of Meaton Magna and Meaton Parva in Kinlett parish, Salop, which belonged to Major Malverne priory, and all appurtenances of the premises in Lylleshull, Hunnyngton alias Hemyngton, Muxton, Donyngton, Meaton Magna, Meaton Parva, and Kyndlett, Salop, in Hundes Chedull, Staff., in Sutton, Salop, and in Dowles, Worc. and Salop.
Also Dynthill grange in the parish of St. Alckmund of the town of Shrewsbury, in tenure of Ric. Pyncell, lands (specified and tenants named) in Freysseley in Pollesworthe parish, Warw., two watermills under one roof in Longdon, Salop, in tenure of Hen. Walker, with fishing in the water of Tyerne, and a grange called Lysyard and watermill in Tong parish, Salop, in tenure of William Mytton, all which belonged to Lylleshull.
Also lands (tenants named) in Brocton in the parish of Sutton Madock, Salop, except the tithe barn in Brocton with the croft and moor there; the manor in Brocton aforesaid in tenure of John Lawrence and Isotte his wife, and a tenement in tenure of Eleanor Whitewike there; and lands (specified and tenants named) in Harryngton in Sutton Maddock parish, Wokynyate in the parishes of Wombridge, Rockewardin alias Rokardyne, and Wellyngton, Salop, Tibberton in Egemound parish, Salop, and Grendell in Ryton parish, Salop; all which belonged to Wombridge.
Also rents and services of numerous tenants named in Clareley parish, Salop, and lands there (specified and tenants named) including Bewbryge grange and a water mill in Netherbewbrige; lands called Hiddislande in Hiddisland within the parish of Hiegh Erkehall, Salop, and lands (specified and tenants named) in Broughton in Clareley parish, Salop; all which belonged to Haughmounde mon.
Numerous lands (specified and tenants named) in Chedull, Staff., including pasture called Chedulmore and wood called Monkewood, and a house called le Wychehouse in Myddlewyche, Chesh., in tenure of Wm. Venables, which belonged to Croxden mon.
Also the farm called Asteley Abbottes with lands in Asteley Bridge alias Abbottes Asteley, Salop, in tenure of John Oseley and Margery his wife, and a messuage in the town of Hoppeforde in Morvelde parish in tenure of Juliana Oseley and Thos. Oseley her son, which belonged to Shrewsbury mon.
Lands in Sutton and Colneham, Salop, leased with the aforesaid manor of Sutton to Wm. and Thos. Prowde, and two water mills in Sutton in tenure of Ric. Oseley, and lands specified (and tenants named) in Dewxhill or Deulxhill, Salop, which belonged to Wenloke mon. Lands named and tenants named in Dowles, which belonged to Major Malverne mon. A messuage opposite the late house of the Crossed Friars near the Tower of London in Hartestrete in the parish of St. Olave and ward of Algate in tenure of John Cauncle and Joan his wife, which belonged to the said Friars. The common or moor called Wyldmore in Lylleshull parish and all other lands in Lylleshull and Longdon parishes which belonged to Lylleshull mon. Woods called Domyngton Grove (?) alias Donnyngton Wood (540 ac.), and Lylleshull Wood (140 ac.) in Lylleshull parish, and Buckettes Copp (3 ac.), and More Copp (1 ac.) in Pollysworth parish, which belonged to Lylleshull mon.; and Newe Haycockes (28 ac.), Gybbaryding (30 ac.), and Monkeswood (32 ac.), and the common and wood called Ringey, in Chedull parish, which belonged to Croxston. And the advowsons of the rectories of Dowles, Newport and Longdon, Salop. Subject to certain charges. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 14 July.—P.S. (Slightly injured). Pat. p. 15, m. 35.
54. John Smyth, of Bristol, merchant. Grant, in fee, for 319l., of a tenement in Smallstrete in the parish of St. Werburg, commonly called St. Warborow in the said city or late town of Bristoll, in tenure of Gilbert Cogan; another tenement in Smallstrete in St. Leonard's parish, in tenure of John Wynter; another in St. Werburg's parish, in tenure of Wm. Persye; another in Cornestrete in All Saints parish there, in tenure of Simon Hauke alias Hauwke; another in Brodestrete in the parish of St. Alduenn, commonly called Saynt Twyn, there, in tenure of John Hide; all which belonged to Bath priory. Also a tenement in Briggewater, Soms., which belonged to Briggewater priory or hospital; the manor and farm of Durleigh, Soms., which belonged to the same; and the burgum (qu. burgagium?) in the town and parish of Briggewater, in tenure of the said John Smyth, which belonged to Athelney mon.
Also, for 21l. 7s. 6d., a tenement in Cornestrete in St. Werburg's parish, which belonged to Neth mon., co. Glam., now in tenure of Wm. Shipman. Westm., 4 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 22.
55. Ric. Grove or Groffe, of London, grocer alias merchant. Protection, going in the retinue of Hen. lord Matravers, deputy of Calais. Westm., 8 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 14 July.—P.S. French Roll, 36 Hen. VIII., m. 3.
56. Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 1,102l. 21d., of the reversion and rent reserved on a Crown lease 14 May 32 Hen. VIII. to John Josselyn, of three tenements in the town of Buckingham, and a grove called Heremytes Grove in Westburye parish, Bucks., late in tenure of John Lamberte, which belonged to the college of Acon, London; a meadow in tenure of Hugh Preeste in Cathorpe, Linc., which belonged to Kyrkestede abbey; Lockeridge manor, Wilts, which belonged to Sampforde preceptory, Oxon, and St. John's of Jerusalem, and rent and service of Hugh Blake and his ancestors in Barwyke, and certain woods and lands (specified) in Overton and Fyfeld, which belonged to the same; the tenement late of Thos. Spencer and now of Thos. Grenehaugh, in Teversall, Notts, and Annesley rectory, Notts, with advowson of the vicarage, which belonged to Felley mon.; Bradfeild grange in the parish of Russhedon, Herts, which belonged to Warden mon., in tenure of John Newporte; the site, churchyard and certain gardens, &c., described, of the late house of Augustinian Friars in Newarke, Notts; three messuages called Kelly Ogeres, Lloyen y Kyllen and Nantederyn (tenants named) in Combigga Arustleye ("Combuga et Arustleye" in a later clause) in the parish of Traveglas, between the rivers Lloyd and Buga, in co. Montgomery, which belonged to Comhier mon., co. Radnor; two parcels of demesne lands of Barton Abbots in a field called Lytlefeld, beside Monkeleighton (one of them called Bordlande, adjoining Pedmershefeld), in the parish of St. Mary de Porte, in co. city of Gloucester, in tenure of Thos. Bell and Joan his wife, which belonged to St. Peter's mon., Gloucester; a messuage with lands in Mekell meadow and Marston meadow under Bratford, in the parish of Wolston, Warw., in tenure of Wm. Durant, which belonged to Coventry Charterhouse; rents and services out of lands of Kenelm Dygby in Halyocke, Leic., Sir Wm Feldyng in Martynsthorpe, Rutl., John Prudmere, Thos. Geffron, Thos. Sendren, John Fawkenor and Agnes Colston, in Stokedrye, Rutl., and out of Stokedrye rectory, lands called Dyngley Leas in Stokedry and all possessions in these places of the preceptory of Dyngley, Ntht., and St. John's of Jerusalem; all lands (6 tenants named) in Skevyngton, Leic., which belonged to Launde priory; lands in tenure of Sir Everard Dygbye in Halyocke, Leic., which belonged to Pypwell mon., and all possessions of Pypwell in Halyocke, Leic., and Drye Stoke, Rutl.; all lands (2 tenants named) in Skevyngton, which belonged to the mon. of Pratis Leicester; the tenement of Thos. Smarte in Crowelton, Ntht., which belonged to Dynglaye preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the manor and tenement called Newhall in Ware parish, Herts, which belonged to Waltham mon., with two woods called Abbottes Gardeyn and Tyle Woodde there; the copyhold messuage of Eliz. Crosse in Hempstede, co. city of Gloucester, which belonged to Lanthony mon., Glouc.; a messuage in tenure of Austin Dawys in Yweleighe, Glouc., which belonged to Bradestok mon., Wilts : a messuage in tenure of John Rydeler in Myntye, Glouc., which belonged to Lanthony, Glouc.; a messuage in tenure of John Cawson in Chelworthe, Wilts, and the rectory of Somerforde Keynes, Wilts, with advowson of the vicarage, which belonged to Merton priory, Surr.; the site and chief messuage of Cateby manor, Leic., which belonged to Dunstaple priory, Beds, in tenure of Wm. Ball; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Exton, Rutl., which belonged to St. Andrew's priory, Northampton; a meadow in tenure of Chr. Rastell and Eleanor his wife, and their sons Wm. and Ric., in Wydnam within the lordship of Hasefeld, Glouc., which belonged to Lesser Malverne mon.; Whitewall grange within the lordship of Ewyas Lacy, Heref., which belonged to Dore priory (sic), in tenure of Hen. Tyler; lands (named and tenants named) in Craneham and Upper Craneham in the lordship of Througham, Glouc., which belonged to Cirencester mon.; lands in tenure of Edw. Warren in Brokethorpe, Glouc., which belonged to Lanthony priory, Glouc.; lands in tenure of Thos. Lovewaye and others in Westrode within the lordship of Througham, Glouc., which belonged to Cirencester; lands in tenure of Thos. Baggeworthe and others in Normore, Culverbrugefurlong and Trudworthe, in the parish of St. Mary de Lode in co. city of Gloucester, which belonged to St. Peter's, Gloucester; also the messuage in tenure of Wm. Gardyner and Joan his wife and Wm. their son in Pytchecombe, Glouc., which belonged to St. Peter's, and the chief messuage of Turkedeane manor and lands let with it to Wm. Walter, which belonged to Lanthony. Hampton Court, 10 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 3, m. 12.
57. Ric. Andrewis and Nic. Temple. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 1,331l. 12s. 1d., of a close of pasture at Twysfordes Brugge in Lenchewicke parish, Worc., in tenure of Thos. Dyngley, and a messuage called Jerrardes and Colyns in Malgersburye, Worc., in tenure of John Wynford, which belonged to Evisham mon.; a toft and house in Thurneby, Ntht., in tenure of Robt. Parkyn, which belonged to Soulby mon.; a messuage and land called Both Wethe in Selston, Notts, in tenure of Ric. and Eliz. Howson, which belonged to Felley mon.; the manors of Harsfeld and Payneswike. Glouc., and a messuage called Comehouse alias Combehouse in Paynswyke, in tenure of Thos. Gardyner and Agnes his wife and Ric. their son, which belonged to Lanthony mon., Glouc.; the rectory of Odeby alias Owdeby, Leic., which belonged to Launde mon., leased to Thos. Waldram, and the advowson of the vicarage; the site, &c., of the late priory of Lesser Malverne, Worc., with lands in Little Malverne (named) and a mill in tenure of Hen. Russell, the manor of Clifton, Worc., and lands (specified and tenants named) in Clyfton and in Nether Mershe in Kemsey parish, all which belonged to Lesser Malverne; pasture called "the pasture of Horspath" in Horsepathe parish, Oxon, in tenure of John Naper, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and to Samford preceptory; lands in le Peke between Leycroftes and Hethecote in Bardborne parish, Derb., which belonged to Trentham priory, in tenure of Ric. Yeve; lands (described and tenants named) in Quenton parish. Bucks which belonged to Thame mon.; Tembury rectory, Worc., which belonged to Shene mon., Surr., with the advowsons of the vicarage of Tembury and chapels of Laystres and Rocheforde, Worc.; lands called Cassies alias Cassyes Farme in Elmebrige, Worc., and in tenure of John Burneford, which belonged to the late earl of Warwick; lands (specified and tenants named) in the parishes of St. Mary and St. Paul in Malmesbury, Wilts, which belonged to Malmesbury mon., and in Blakedon, Soms., which belonged to Cannyngton priory and to Henton priory; a tenement in Wellowe parish, Soms., in tenure of John Osborne, which belonged to lord Hungerford, attainted; lands (named) in the parish of St. Mary de Lode in co. city of Gloucester, which belonged to St. Peter's mon., Gloucester, in tenure of Ant. Marmyon; and lands called lez More Hayes, parcel of Shipton manor, Soms., in the parish of Charletoune Mosgrave, Soms., in tenure of Steph. Andrewe, which belonged to Marg., countess of Sarum, attainted. Except the lead upon the priory of Lesser Malverne save in gutters and windows. Westm., 8 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 3, m. 17.
58. Sir Wm. Malary. To be treasurer of Berwick upon Tweed; as fully as Sir Ric. Cholmeley, Thos. lord Darcy or Sir Geo. Lawson exercised the office. Hampton Court, 13 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 14.
59. Thos. Brooke, sen., and Thos. Brooke, jun. Grant, in fee, for 267l. 12s. 8d., of lands (specified and numerous tenants named) in Akeley Magna alias Okeley Magna, Ntht., which belonged to Pipewell mon.; except advowsons. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 1.
60. Thos. Dalston. Grant, in fee, for 1,762l. 19s. 1d., of the manors of Brundholme, Uldale, Calbecke, Upton, and Kyrkebride, Cumb., which belonged to Henry — (blank) late earl of Northumberland; the manor of Temple Sowreby, Westmld. and Cumb., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and the preceptory of Mount St. John, Yorks.; many tenements (tenants named) in Caldebecke, Bromefeld and Hildkyrke, and all lands in these places which belonged to Holme mon., Cumb.; also the advowsons of Kyrkbride and Uldale rectories which belonged to the said earl of Northumberland. Except mines of lead and coal. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 10.
61. Roger Edgeworthe, S. T. P., the King's chaplain. Presentation to the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of St. Cuthbert, Wells, Soms., vice John Southwood, LL.D., dec. Hampton Court, 10 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 15 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 12.
62. Edw. Humfrey. Grant, in fee, for 276l. 2s., of the manor and rectory of Addyngton Parva, Ntht., and a barn, &c., in Addyngton Parva, in tenure of Wm. Hanwell, which belonged to Soulbie mon. Also a messuage in his tenure in Barton Segrave, Ntht., which belonged to Soulbie; and a pension of 40s. out of Barton Segrave rectory, which belonged to Kenelworth mon. Also the advowson of Barton Segrave rectory. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 32.
63. Robt. Fytche. Grant, in fee, for 181l. 3s. 6d., of the grange and farm of Thursley alias Graungefeld in Thursley, Derb., which belonged to Croxden mon., Staff., in tenure of Thos., Rog., and Wm. Glossopp; and lands in Thurmansleygbe alias Thurmanslugh alias Nonnecloughe, Derb., which belonged to Kinges Mede priory, Derb., in tenure of Jas. Prowdelove. Del. Westm., 15 July 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Cranmer, Hertford, Westminster and Petre, and by John Bakere, Robert Sowthwell and Thomas Moyle, and, as examined, by Will'm Whorwod and John Sewster.)
64. Ric. Andrewes of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Licence to alienate Newhall manor in Ware parish, Herts, which belonged to Waltham mon., Essex, with woods named Abbottes Garden 1½ ac. and Tyle Woode (3 ac.) in Warc; to John Dodyngton, sen. Terlyng, 16 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 25.
65. Thos. Gowar, the King's servant. To be receiver general of the lands appointed to the pay of the soldiers of the castle and town of Berwick, viz. : the lordships, castles and manors of Sherefhutton, Middelham, Richemond, Cotingham, Sandall, Wakefelde, Hattefeld, Connesburgh, Dancaster, Hoton Panell, the castle and manor of Barnardes Castell, the tallage and farm of the town of Berwick, the custom and subsidy of the same, and a sum of 280l. a year out of the custom and subsidy of Kingston upon Hull, and 230l. a year out of those of Newcastle upon Tyne; with profits as enjoyed by Sir Geo. Lawson. Hamptoncourte, 8 July, 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 37.
66. Thos. Gower, the King's servant. To be surveyor of buildings and fortifications at Berwick and the castles of Berwick and Wark, with fees of 20l. from the general receiver of Sherifhutton, Middelham, Richemond, Cotingham, Sandall, Wakefeld, Hatfeld, Cunnisburgh, Dancastre, Panel Hoton, and Barnardcastle; and governor and surveyor of all the King's brewhouses, bakehouses, storehouses, garners, mills, stables and other houses within the town of Berwick, the place called the Nesse of the same and Holy Island; vice Sir Geo. Lawson. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 38.
67. Sir Humph. Forster, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 229l. 9s. 2d., of Wasyng manor, Berks, which belonged to the college or hospital of St. Nicolas de Valle beside New Sarum, certain closes, &c. (names and extents given), in Wasing and Medgeham, Berks, rent and service of Sir John Norres and his ancestors for lands in Medgeham and of Sir Ric. Lyster and his ancestors for lands in Wasing, many cottages and tenements (tenants named) in Wasing, Medgeham and Wolhampton, and certain woods, specified, in Wasing, which belonged to the said college. Westm., 3 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 21.
68. Roland Goodman, fishmonger, of London. Grant, in fee, for 146l. 0s. 6d. of a "shedde" and its appurtenances in the parish of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, and houses newly built in his tenure which belonged to St. Helen's priory; a tenement with garden, and 3 closes of land abutting towards the garden on the east and towards the late priory of Minoresses on the west, and two parcels of pasture leased with the same tenement, and together with it lying in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon, Midd., and late in tenure of Leonard Dawsone, and now of Geoff. Harryson, and belonging to the said late priory, with the 10 loads of clay and 10 loads of sand reserved in Harryson's lease. Also a piece of land of 2 ac. with a lodge built in it and two tenements in tenure of the said Goodman, which belonged to St. Mary's new hospital without Bishopsgate, in St. Botolph's parish, between the garden of John Newton on the east, land of the late Charterhouse of London on the west, land of the parish church of St. Michael in Cornhill on the north, and the said lands of St. Helen's in Goodman's tenure on the south; also a chief messuage called the Crowne, in St. Botolph's parish in the said Newton's tenure, and another called the Chekker with garden and yard adjoining and a piece of waste ground on the north of the yard late in tenure of John Crosse, pulter, and afterwards of John Newton, with ingress and egress by the great gate leading to the house and garden in tenure of Edm. Gayle, which belonged to the said new hospital. Grenewiche, 30 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 26.
69. Henry, marquis of Dorset. Grant, in fee (in consideration of the manor of Marston and advowson of Marston rectory, Suss., and a moiety of the manor of Harlindon alias Harlington, Beds., with lands called Parke Medowes in Marston and all his possessions in Marston and Harlingdon, and for 14l. 13s. 4d.), of the manor of Beawmaner, Leic., parcel of possessions late of Viscount Beawmount, and in the King's hands by attainder of Francis, late lord Lovell, with all its appurtenances in Beawmaner, Woodhouse, Woodthorp, Quarendon, Barrowe upon Store and Mountsorrell, Leic. Westm., 4 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 28.
70. John Waddesworthe, the King's servant. To be a gunner in the Tower of London with 12d. a day. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 16 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 12.
71. The Chancellor and scholars of the University of Oxford. Charter declining to accept a surrender (cited) which they have made to the King of all their privileges, liberties, franchises and courts; and confirming all their liberties by whomsoever given; with mandate to the mayor and townsmen to permit the University to enjoy all its privileges. Hampton Court, 10 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 13.
72. Gilbert Fitzricharde and Stephen Hochynson, labourers, of Faversham, Kent. Pardon for having, 18 May 35 Hen. VIII., broken into the house of John Beste, of Faversham, and stolen two measures of corn worth 2s. 4d. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 13.
73. Ralph Garre, of Chester in the Strete, Dham. Pardon for the murder of John Blenkensopp of Chester in the Street, whom he struck on the head with a stick on 30 Dec. 33 Hen. VIII. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 13.
74. Edw. Griffyth. Grant, in fee, for 360l. 8s. 2½d., of the reversion and rent reserved on a Crown lease, 23 Feb. 32 Hen. VIII., to Edw. Hastynges, of the site, etc., of the manor or preceptory of Dyngley, with fields, &c. (specified), in Dyngley and Brampton, Ntht., for 21 years, at 9l. 3s. 10d. rent. Also grant of the premises, and of certain land (tenants named) in Brampton, and woods, specified, in Brampton, Dyngley and Stoke; all which premises belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem. Except advowsons. Hampton Court, 13 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 21.
75. Steph. Bekyngham and Anne his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Stephen, for 925l. 8s. 9d., of the manor of Follyfauntes, Essex, which belonged to Byleigh mon., and the manor or grange of Tolleshunt Major alias "Tolleshunt Grange and Longe Wyke," Essex, which belonged to Coggeshall mon.; with appurtenances in Follyfauntes, Goldanger, Tolleshunt Major, Totham, Heybryge and Tolleshunt Darcy, Essex; lands called Canterburyes in Goldanger, which belonged to Byleigh, the site of Follyfauntes manor, leased to Thos. Myldemaye, rents specified in Goldanger, which belonged to Byleigh, and a tenement called Bartholomewe Colbymes, leased to Wm. Myldemaye, in Tolleshunt Darcy, which belonged to Byleigh; except advowsons. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 17 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 26.
76. Linc. Commission to Wm. Mounson, Thos. Dymok and Robt. Dighton to make inq. p. m. on the lands and heir of John Meryng. 17 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 12d.
77. Ric. Andrewes and Nic. Temple. Licences to alienate :—
i. Clyfton manor, Worc., and lands called Kekynwyche Grounde, &c. (tenants named) in Clyfton and Nethermershe alias Nethernashe in Kemsey parish, Worc., which belonged to the priory of Minor Malvern; to Nic. Clyfton and Anne his wife in fee to the said Nic. Terlyng, 17 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 4.
ii. Lands specified (and tenants named) in the parishes of St. Mary and St. Paul, Malmesbury, Wilts, which belonged to Malmesbury mon.; to John Modye and Joan his wife, in fee to the said John. Terlyng, 17 July. Ib. m. 5.
iii. Payneswyke manor, Glouc., lands (tenants named) called Come Howse alias Combe Howse in Payneswyke parish, and a stone quarry there, all which belonged to Lanthonymon.; to John Motley. Terlyng, 17 July. Ib.
iv. Pasture called "the pasture of Horsepathe," in tenure of John Naper, in — (blank), Oxon, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and Sampforde preceptory, and lands in Cowley, Oxon, which belonged to Kenelworth mon., and the advowson of the rectory of Hayford ad Pontem, Oxon; to Edw. Wotton, M.D., and Thos. Slater, in fee to the said Thos. Terlyng, 17 July. Ib.
v. Lands in Hartefelde, Glouc., which belonged to Lanthony priory, in tenure of Hugh Newton, parcel of Hartefeld manor; to Hugh Newton. Terlyng, 17 July. Ib.
vi. Mylton manor, co. Glam., which belonged to Dynmore preceptory, Heref., and St. John's of Jerusalem; to John Bassett Terlyng, 17 July. Ib. m. 6.
vii. Lockerydge manor, Wilts., and certain rents and lands (specified) in Barwyke and in the parishes of Overton and Fyffyld, which belonged to Sampford preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; to Chr. Dysmars and Joan his wife, in fee to the said Chr. Terlyng, 17 July. Ib. m. 24.
78. Sir John Horsey, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 1,451l. 2s. 9¼d., of the lordships and manors of Thorneford, Overcompton and Nethercompton, Dors., which belonged to Shirborne mon., lands called Westleaseland in Thorneford, the chief messuage of Stowell alias Stowell Courte in Nethercompton, in tenure of Thos. Maundfeld and Wm. his son, the chief messuage, farm and manor of Pynford in Shyrborne parish; all which belonged to Shirborne mon.; also the lordship and manor of Prymsley alias Promsley, Dors., which belonged to Buckeland nunnery, Soms. Subject to certain charges. Westm., 9 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 18 July.—S.B. Pat. p. 6, m. 1.
79. Ric. Duke, clerk of the Council of the Court of Augmentations, and John Duke, his brother. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 405l. 0s. 5d., of the lordship and manor of Dotton alias Docton alias Dodyngton, Devon, and the chapel of St. Mary of Dotton, which belonged to Donkeswell mon, and all possessions of the mon. in Dotton; a meadow, &c., a water mill (tenants named) in Collaton Abbot alias Collaton Raleghe, Devon, which belonged to Donkeswell mon. Also grant to Ric. Duke, in fee, of Budleigh manor, Devon, which belonged to Polsloo priory. Westm., 9 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 18 July. — S.B. (mutilated). Pat. p. 6, m. 2.
80. Wm. Burnell, of London. Grant, in fee, for 170l. 9s. 8d., of Bublowe manor, Essex, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, with appurtenances in Elyns Bumpsted, Steple Bumpsted and Hempstedde, Essex; a great messuage called Muswell Farme and chapel called Muswell Chappell in Clerkenwell, Midd., which belonged to Clerkenwell priory, and are in tenure of Hen. Lodesman and John Averey; also the advowson of the rectory of St Michael in Woodstrete, London; except other advowsons. Dated (place omitted) 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 18 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 10.
81. Sir Edw. North, treasurer of Augmentations. Grant, in fee, in consideration of past services, of the house &c., of the mon. of Eynesham, alias Ensham, alias Egnesham, Oxon; the manors of Eynesham, Brokeend, Rowlandrithe Parva, alias Rowryth alias Rowlryth, Mylcombe, Woodeton alias Wodeton, Milton, Chorleburye, Faller, Fynstoke and Shifford, Oxon, and Wykerysden, Glouc., which belonged to Eynesham mon. : pasture called le Frithe in Tyggersley and Eynesham, Oxon, which belonged to Abendon mon.; the rectories of the impropriate churches of Eynesham, Faller and Fynstoke, Chadlington, Shorthampton, Chilton and Chorleburye, and the advowsons of the rectories of Woodeton, alias Wodeton, alias Woodeaton, and Rowlrithe, and vicarages of Eynesham and Chorlebury, which belonged to Eynesham mon.; and all possessions of Eynesham mon. in Eynesham, Brokeend, Castelton, Rowlandrithe Parva, Mylcombe, Wooddeton, Mylton, Chorlebury, Faller, Fynstoke, Northlyle, Wylcott, Shifford, and Bampton alias Bamton, Oxon, and in Fulbroke Eynesham, Bucks, and Wykerisden, Glouc.; in as full manner as Ant. Dunston, late abbot of Eynesham, or the last abbot of Abendon held them. Except advowsons, other than those specified above. Oteland, 15 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 18 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 11.
82. John Gyles and Wm. Gyles. Grant, in fee to the said Wm., for 1,095l. 16s. 8d., of the lordship and manor of Deane Prior, Devon, with the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Deane Priour, and lands called Henylande and wood called Deane Priour Wodde in Deane Priour, all which belonged to Plympton priory; also the advowson of the rectory of Aysheprington, Devon. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 18 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 20.
83. Sir Martin Bowes, the King's servant, alderman of London. Grant, in fee, for 1,332l. 15s. 1½d., of Hoddeshall manor, Kent, which belonged to Hallywell mon., Midd.; the manors of Rokisley, Esthall and Ashe, Kent, which belonged to Thos. Crumwell, earl of Essex, attainted; the advowsons of Rokisley rectory, which belonged to the said earl, and of Asshe rectory, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem; a piece of garden in Fynsbury next the Doghouse, near the city of London, in the parish of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate (dimensions given), in tenure of Ph. Deraunde; another in Morefeld in the same parish, in tenure of Balthazar Guercey (dimensions and boundaries given); another lying towards Morefeld, in tenure of Martin de Visayne; the two others in Fynsburyfeld next the said Doghouse (dimensions given), in tenure of Peter Champernant and John Stewcley; a garden formerly called Moremeade and now Moregarden in the parish of St. Leonard in Shortdiche without Bishopsgate, in tenure of John Hande (boundaries given with regard to Morelane, &c.); all which premises belonged to Hallywell. Also nine gardens in the said parish of St. Botolph's, which belonged to the New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate (boundaries, tenants and other particulars given). Also all appurtenances of the manors aforesaid in Rydley, Stansted, Rokesley, Esthall and Ashe, Kent. Also many small woods and groves (specified) in the parishes of Chelisfelde, Orpington, St. Mary Cray and Ashe, which belonged to the said earl of Essex; and in Ashe, Ridley and Stansted, which belonged to Hallywell; and in Rokesley, Dertford and Bexley, which belonged to the said earl. Except advowsons, other than of Rokesley and Ashe aforesaid. Hampton Court, 13 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 18 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 34.
84. Ric. Andrewes of Hayles, Glouc., and Nic. Temple. Licence to alienate Temburye rectory, Worc., with advowson of the vicarage, which belonged to Shene mon., Surr.; to Thos. Acton. Terlyng, 19 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 20.
85. Robt. Wyngfelde, the King's servant. Grant, in fee for 252l., of the whole manor and moiety of the manor of Upton and Aylesworth, Ntht., which belonged to the late Queen Jane, with appurtenances in Upton, Aylesworth and Ufford, Ntht.; the tenements of Thos. Brewster and nine others (named) in Upton, Aylesworth and Ufford; and lands and woods, specified, in Upton and Allerton Nabbe, in Caster parish, Ntht. Also a messuage and lands in Upton and Aylesworth and in the fields of Baynton and Sutton in the parishes of Ufford and Sutton. Ntht., leased to Hen. Bone, a cottage in Upton, in tenure of Thos. Squyer, lands in Etton parish, in tenure of the rector of Etton and in Aylesworth, in tenure of Robt. Curtes, which belonged to Stamford nunnery, Ntht. Except advowsons. Hampton Court, 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 19 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 9.
86. Ric. Andrewes and Nic. Temple. Licences to alienate :—
i. A close of pasture at Twyffordes Brugge in Lenchewycke parish, Worc., which belonged to Evesham mon., in tenure of Thos. Dyngley; to the said Thos. Dyngley. Terlyng. 20 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 24.
ii. Lands in Crowelton, Ntht., which belonged to Dyngley preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; to Leonard Huchynson, clk., and Wm. Nyxson. Terlyng. 20 July. Ib. m. 37
iii. The house, &c., of the late Friars Carmelites in Gloucester, lands (named) in tenure of Ant. Marmyon in the parish of St. Mary de Lode, and lands (named and tenants named) which are parcel of the demesnes of Barton Abbatis manor in the parish of St. Mary de Porte, which lands belonged to St. Peter's mon.; to Thos. Bell and Joan his wife, in fee to the said Thos. Terlyng, 20 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 29.
87. Thos. Thaxton, clk. Presentation to the parish church of Bircham Magna, Norwich dioc., void by death. Hampton Court, 10 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Colchester, 20 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 9.
88. Lady Matilda Lane. Grant, in fee, for 980l. 14s. 4d., of the reversion and rent reserved on a lease by Thos. Docwra, late prior of St. John's of Jerusalem, and his brethren, dated Clerkenwell, 1 July 4 Hen. VIII., to Ralph Lane, of the commandry or manor of Hogeshawe alias Hoggeshawe, Bucks (except woods and advowsons and chattels of fugitives beyond 40s. in value) for 90 years at 44l. rent. Also grant of the said commandry; the rectory of Hogeshawe; the manor of Whetheley, Warw., which belonged to Evysham mon., Worc., and several messuages and lands (named and tenants named) in Whetley, which belonged to Evysham; woods called Hoggeshalwood, 55 ac., which belonged to St. John's, and Whetheley Coppe, 80 ac., which belonged to Evysham. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Colchester, 20 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 23.
89. Eliz. Darrell. Pardon for having, without licence, obtained lands held of the King in capite, in the following way :— Sir Thos. Wyat, late of Allyngton, Kent, by his last will, made 12 June 33 Hen. VIII., gave to Eliz. Darrell, one of the daughters of Sir Edw. Darrell, of Lyttlecote, Wilts, dec., the manor of Mountague alias Mountacute, Soms., which belonged to Mountague priory, the site, &c., of the said priory, and all his other lands in Mountague alias Mountacute, Mountague Burgh, Mountague For., Babkarye. Systerchampton and Thorney, Soms.; also the manor of Tyntenhull alias Tyntenhyll, Soms., which belonged to Mountague priory; also the site, &c, of the nunnery of Tarrant, Dors., and numerous fields, &c. (names and extent given), in Tarrant Cafforde (elsewhere Crafforde) and Kaynesdowne, known as lez demesnes of Tarrant mon., and all the lands in tenure of Ric. Machyn, assignce of Sir John lord Russell, keeper of the Privy Seal. To hold to the said Eliz. for life, with remainder to Henry her son alias Henry Wyat and the heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to the right heirs of the said Sir Thos. Wyat. Westm., 20 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 18, m. 3.
90. Ric. Jenour. Grant, in fee, for 326l. 15s., of the manor, farm and tenement called Laccheley Hall, Essex, which belonged to the late Queen Jane, with appurtenances in Lyndesell, Stebbyng and Dunmowe Magna, Essex. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Berechurche, 21 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 14.
91. Hugh Askewe, an officer of the Cellar To be bailiff of the liberty of the manor of Wharleton, Yorks., steward and bailiff errant of that manor, keeper of the palace and manor of Wharleton and of the parks of Wharleton and Awmond, Yorks; with stated fees. Also with lease for life of certain closes adjoining the manor, late in tenure of Sir Jas. Strangwishe. dec., lands called Grynnay Bottom and the herbage and pannage of the said parks, at the accustomed rent. Oteland, 18 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Berechurche, 22 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 15.
92. Edw. Gostwyke, the King's servant and Dorothy his wife. Grant, for 179l. 14s. 8d., of the manor or grange of Stanfordburye, Beds, which belonged to Wardon mon., in tenure of Wm. Hamuldon, with appurtenances in Southyell parish, Beds, and Hamuldon's rent of 9l. 6s. 8d., as fully as Hen. Emery, last abbot of Wardon, held it; with reservation of a close which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and is leased with the manor to Hamuldon. To hold in survivorship, with remainder to the heirs and assigns of the said Edw. Oteland, 17 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Berechurche, 23 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 6.
93. Wm. Ibgrave. Grant, in fee, for 87l. 2s. 3d., of all lands (4 tenants named) in Westwyke, Herts, which belonged to Markeyate mon., Beds; a messuage, in tenure of Nic. Tyreye in the parish of St. Benedict in Tamystrete, London, which belonged to Woburne mon.; and the two parts in tenure of Ralph Rowlett of the tithes of the manor of Langley Abbottes commonly called Langley Bury, Herts, which belonged to St. Alban's mon. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 24 July.—P.S.
94. Ric. Andrewes of Hayles, Glouc., and Wm. Romesden of Longley, Yorks. Licence to alienate the site, &c., of the late mon. of Blyth, Notts, and its demesne lands in the parish of Blyth, Yorks (sic), leased to Gervase Clifton; to Ric. Stansfeld, skinner, of London. Westm., 25 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 15.
95. John Brocket, John Alwey and Nic. Bristow. Grant, in fee, for 728l. 14s. 7½d. of the manor of Holmes alias Canons, Herts, which belonged to St. Bartholomew's mon. in Westsmythfeld, London, and the manor of Ayot St. Laurence, and lands called Robynstowne in Sandrige parish, Herts, which came to the Crown by attainder of Gertrude Courteney, marchioness of Exeter, with appurtenances (including an annual fair at Ayot St. Laurence on the eve and day of St. Laurence the martyr); and all appurtenances of the said manors in Shenley, Ayot, Sandrige, Codicote, Whetehamstede, Wymbley, Wellyn, Radwell, Newneham, Stevenage, Knepworth, Hichin, Waldon, Licton, Hatfeld, Kympton and St. Alban's, Herts; also the advowson of the parish church of Ayot St. Laurence. Westm., 6 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 25 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 20.
96. Jas. Gage. Grant, in fee, for 556l. 7s. 5½d., of the reversion of Haylesham rectory, Suss., which belonged to Beghame mon., and was, by pat. dated Berechurche, 25 July 31 Hen. VIII., granted to him for life (rent free) as having come to the Crown by attainder of Thos. late cardinal, abp. of York, upon several bills exhibited by Chr. Hales, then Attorney General, for offences against the statute of provisors. Also grant of the said rectory, and the advowson of the vicarage, which belonged to the said Thomas Wolcey, late cardinal. Also grant of the reversion of the manor of Wertling, Suss., which lady Malina Carewe, widow, late wife of Sir Ric. Carewe, dec., holds for life, which reversion came to the Crown by attainder of Sir Nic. Carewe; also reversion of certain woods, named, in Wartlyng; and grant of these premises; except advowsons. Hampton Court, 11 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 25 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 8.
97. Miles Foreste, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 70l. 11s. 10d., of the manor of Ogerston, Hunts, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and the preceptory of Temple Bruer, in tenure of Sir Ric. Sapcottes; also lands in the parish of Calcott alias Caldecot, Hunts, in tenure of Robt. Assheley, and a wood called Temple Wood in Washingley and Calcott, Hunts, which belonged to the same. Hampton Court, 10 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 26 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 19.
98. Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc, and Nic. Temple. Licences to alienate :—
i. A messuage, &c., in tenure of Austin Davys in Yweleigh, Glouc., which belonged to Bradestoke mon., Wilts; to Thos. Dorney. Terlyng, 26 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 6.
ii. Lands specified in tenure of John Rydeler in Myntye, Glouc., which belonged to Lanthony priory, and the rectory of Somerforde Kaynes, which belonged to Marton priory, with advowson of the vicarage; to Roger Pateshale. Terlynge, 26 July. Ib.
iii. A messuage, &c., in tenure of John Cawson in Chelworth parish, Wilts., which belonged to Marton priory, Surr.; to John Cawston. Terlyng, 26 July. Ib.
99. Robt. Holgate alias Halgate, bp. of Llandaff. Grant, in fee, for 498l. 6s. 6d., of the reversion and rent reserved on a Crown lease to Wm. Thwaytes of Lound upon le Wolde, Yorks., 20 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII., of the site, &c., of Yeddyngham nunnery, Yorks., and its demesne lands (names and extents given), a messuage called le Manour House in tenure of Miles Harkay in the town of Yeddyngham with its gardens and demesne lands (named), a messuage in tenure of Thos. Harryson in Eberston, Yorks., and another called lez Forbylandes in tenure of Robt. Davyson, in Snaynton in Pykerynglith, Yorks., all which belonged to Yeddyngham; and also of the reversion of Uslebye rectory, Linc., which belonged to Elsham mon., and is held for life by Thos. Smythe, clk. Also grant of Yeddyngham priory and the other premises which belonged to Yeddyngham; Uslebye rectory; a messuage called Lasselhouse in Oldemalton, Yorks., formerly in tenure of Thos. Perkyn and now of Wm. Pottes, which belonged to Oldemalton priory; Thyrneby manor, Westmld., which belonged to Watton mon., Yorks., with its lands and other appurtenances (seven tenants named); the messuage called the Mayster of Sempyngham's hedhouse in Cowe Lane in St. Sepulchre's parish, London, which belonged to Sempyngham mon., Linc., with six others in Cowe Lane adjoining it on the east towards Smythefeld, and two adjoining it on the south towards Holburne; a messuage in tenure of Nic. Grymbolde or Robt. Bryggeston in Braunston, Linc., and a toft in Walesby, Linc., which belonged to St. Katherine's mon. beside Lincoln; Claxby manor, Linc., which belonged to the commandry of Willoughton, Linc., and St. John's of Jerusalem, with lands and woods (3 tenants named) in Claxby and Normanby pertaining to Claxby manor; and two water mills (tenants named) in Teylbye, Linc., which belonged to Willoughton; lands in tenure of Geo. Smythe in Louth parish and of Cutler's heirs (hered. Cutler) in Brakenburghe, Linc., which belonged to Louth abbey; the tenements of John Pygotte and John Overton in the parish of St. Andrew Undershafte in London, which belonged to the London Charterhouse; the tenement of Thos. Parker in St. Helen's parish, London, which belonged to St. Helen's priory and lies between the highway on the east and tenements of Wm. Dyamour on the south, Dominic Lomelyn on the west, and Hen. Karsey on the north; and the tenement late of Thos. Parker and now of Robt. Brograve in St. Helen's parish, which belonged to St. Helen's. Subject (besides the usual rents) to annuities of 13s. 4d. to Carlisle cathedral and 20d. to the vicar of Morlande for tithes in Thyrneby. Oteland, 15 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 26 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 1.
100. Thos. Raynolde, S.T.P., King's chaplain. Presentation to the rectory of Hollesworthie, Devon, Exeter dioc., void by the promotion of George, bp. of Chichester. Oteland, 23 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 26 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 17.
101. Jas. Leveson, merchant of the Staple. Licence to alienate four messuages opposite the convent church of the Crossed Friars near the Tower of London, in Hertestrete in St. Olave's parish, in Algate ward, in tenure of John Canuncle and Joan his wife, which belonged to the Crossed Friars; to Robt. Darkenall. Terlyng, 27 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 12.
102. Thos. Goore, "gonnestone maker." To be "le gonneston maker of our shotte of stone of our iren gonnes of our shippes," with fees of 8d. a day. Oteland, 18 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 27 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 17.
103. John Conwey, yeoman of the Chamber of the Lady Mary. Lease of parcels of escheated lands of the towns of Denerth and Rewe within the lordship of Denbighe, for 21 years from the termination of a 21 years' lease, 10 July 15 Hen. VIII., to Reginald Conwey, at 100s. rent. Del. Terlyng, 28 July 35 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 9.
104. John Lambarde, clothier, of London. Grant, in fee, for 384l. 14s. 1½d., of Hedington manor, Wilts, which belonged to the mon. of La Cocke, Wilts, with a wood of 3 ac. called Hedington wood, a grain rent due on the lease of Hedington manor and the advowson of Hedington rectory. Hampton Court, 13 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 28 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 9.
105. Sir Wm. Essex, of Chepynglamborne, Berks, and Thos. Essex, his son and heir apparent. Grant, in fee (in consideration of Rumboldeswyck, Suss., with appurtenances in Oving, Suss., called Grenestrete and Walslande, and the manors of Benham Valence, Est Enborne and Churche Spene, Berks, and all lands in Oving and Rumboldeswyck, Suss., and in Benham, Westbrok, Est Enborne, Churche Spene, and Newbury, Berks, sold to the Crown 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII.), of Brightwalton manor, Berks, which belonged to Battle abbey, Suss., in tenure of Thos. Yonge; and lands in Berecote and Castwell in Buckland parish, Berks, which belonged to Goryng priory, in tenure of Ric. Sowthby; except advowsons belonging to Brightwalton manor, save the advowson of Brightwalton rectory, which belonged to Battle, and pensions due from that rectory.
Also grant, in fee, of the manor of Aysshbury alias Aysshebury, Berks, and Badbury alias Badebury, Wilts, which belonged to Glastonbury mon.; and lands in Berkshire called Lamborne alias Lamber, which belonged to Marg. late countess of Sarum, attainted, and are in tenure of the said Sir Wm.
Also grant, in fee, of Brightwalton rectory, which belonged to Battle.
Westm., 4 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 28 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 16.
106. Hen. Tolson. Grant, in fee, for 337l. 16s. 8d., of Bridkyrke manor in Bridkyrke parish, Cumb., a water mill and numerous lands (specified and tenants named) in Bridekirke parish, which belonged to Gisburn mon., Yorks. Also lands (tenants named) in Whithall, Cumb., which belonged to Henry earl of Northumberland, dec. Oteland, 20 July 35 Hen. VIII.—P.S. (the first half with the note of delivery lost). Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 4, m. 23 (dated Terlyng, 29 July).
107. Wm. Milward alias Alexander, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 625l. 9s. 4d., of the manor of Bushey, Herts, in tenure of John Wythe; all messuages, &c., in tenure of John Wythe in Bushey; a water mill there; a warren of coneys (tenants named) in Bushey and Watford, Herts; the advowson of Bushey rectory; and woods (extent given) named Bushey Haule Parke, Hownslow Grove, Bushey Grove, and Bushey Hethe. All which premises belonged to Marg. countess of Sarum, attainted. Oking, 26 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 29 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 6.
108. Sir Edm. Pekham, the King's servant, and Robt. Pekham. Grant, in fee, for 639l. 4s. 2d., of the house, &c., of the late mon. of Lavenden, Bucks., lands (described) in Culverwell field, Downefeld, Tenokfeld, Aldersey, Windmillhill Close, le Launde, Highwodde, and Nonhache Grene in Lavenden, Brayfeld and Warrenden, Bucks.; lands in tenure of Sir Edm. Pekham in Lavenden and Brayfeld, pasture called Pikerode in Warrenden, tithes, three water mills in Lavenden; lands of 21 tenants, named, in Lavenden and 2 in Brayfeld alias Coldbrayfeld; the house and manor, the rectory, and the advowson of the vicarage of Lavenden; and all possessions of Lavenden mon. in the above-named places. Also the house, &c., of the late Grey Friars or Dorchester, Dors., and a burgage and curtilage in tenure of Wm. and Robt. Homan in the West Street of Dorchester which belonged to Abbottesbury mon. Oking, 26 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 29 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 7.
109. Sir Giles Strangways, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 1,906l. 10s., of the reversion and rent reserved on a 40 years' Crown lease, 26 March 32 Hen. VIII., to him of the site, &c., of Abbottesbury mon., Dors., with its demesne lands (specified) and the fishery in the water called the Flete in Abbottesbury; also grant of the said monastery and demesnes, the manors of Abbottesburye and Est Elworthe, Dors., lands called Bexyngton in Pontnoll alias Pountnoll, Dors., pasture for 240 sheep in Southbrendon in Portesham parish, Dors., in tenure of Eliz. and Hugh Kensey; also woods called Priors Grove 2½ ac., Wykewood 8½ ac., and in certain closes named in Abbottesburye; all which premises belonged to Abbottesburye; and all possessions of Abbottesburye in Est Elworthe, Bexyngton, Pountnoll, and Abbottesburye, except the rectory and vicarage of Abbottesburye and all leaden roofs upon the premises; annual value and charges specified. Westm., 2 June 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 29 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 12.
110. Sir Thos. Henneage. Licence to alienate the house and demesnes of the late priory of Legborne, Linc., the manor of Legborne, the rectories and advowsons of the vicarages of Legborne. Saltefleteby, Farlestropp, Halyngton and North Somercotys, the grange of North Somercotys, and all lands in Legborne, Somercotys, Hekyngton, Wythall, Cowthorpe, Manby, North Somercotys, South Somercottys, Saltefletebye, Thedelthorpe, Grymolbye, Borewyll, Leake and Leverton, Linc., which belonged to Legborne priory; to Robt. Henneage, master of woods within the revenues of the Court of General Surveyors. Westm., 30 July. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 23.
111. John Tempest, the King's servant. To be steward of the town and lordship of Wakefeld, constable of Sandall castle, master of the hunt of Sandall old and new parks, and of Wakefeld old and new parks, and of all woods there; with as full powers as Sir Thos. Wentworth had and the usual profits. Okyng, 25 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 30 July.—P.S.

Footnotes

1 Edward lord Borough, and John lord Latimer.
2 No. 863.
3 See No. 951.
4 This does not appear in the Printed Statutes.
5 No Statutes are printed under this date.