81. Sadler to Suffolk, Parr and Tunstall.
The letter of this date in Sadler State Papers, I. 275, is of the
27th. See No. 85.
28,593, f. 235.
82. Prince Philip to Chapuys.
Was glad to get his letters of 17 July and especially for certain
news (described) therein, but notes that there was no account of Chantone's
mission. Chapuys will have already heard how, on St. James's Day, (fn. 1) Don
Alvaro de Baçan defeated a French fleet which threatened Galicia,
capturing 16 ships and many hackbuttiers and other soldiers from
Bayonne and elsewhere. Describe Barbarossa's arrival in France and the
subsequent descent upon Nice. Valladolid, 26 Aug. 1543.
Spanish. Modern transcript from Simancas, pp. 6. See Spanish Calendar,
VI. II., No. 208.
169, f. 209
83. A Scottish Ship.
Warrant by the Privy Council for post horses for the bearer,
Bluemantle, one of the officers at arms, and Rosse herald of Scotland, whom
he accompanies to Rie, for restitution of a Scottish ship lately taken on the
seas. Dunstable, 27 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Signed by Russell, Hertford,
Lisle, St. John, Cheyne and Paget.
Modern copy, p. 1.
St. P., IX. 488.
84. The Privy Council to Wallop and Others.
The King has seen their letters dated Anglefontaine, the 22nd inst.,
and, considering the state of the duke of Ascot and the Great Master, thinks
himself not bound to aid them, but (as the enemy lies so near, and Seymour
was told by Scorye, in the Regent's name, that either the Emperor or the
Prince of Orange would join them within 14 days, when they would be able
either to besiege Laundersey or invade the enemy), they are to show the
Duke and Great Master that, for the Emperor's sake, the King allows them
to remain, trusting to Scory's promise that they will shortly be enabled to
do some exploit and not lie wasting treasure and eating up their own country.
Since your departure the men of Calais and Guisnes have destroyed
Ardentyne, Luubringham, Odingham, Oldersel, Whitsandbay, Beverkey,
Basingham, Lelkey, the parish of Sount and the rest of Marguison. Six
of the King's ships took two and scattered the rest of the 16 French men of
war who drove the admiral of Sluse into Calais road before your departing;
and, 10 days ago, hearing of 9 Frenchmen on the Scotch coast, the King
sent out ships which took four of them, the Marten, James and Françoys of
Dieppe, each well trimmed with ordnance and manned by 100 men, and
another not so strong. These occurrents are to be shown to the Great
Master and Duke of Ascott. Asheridge, 27 Aug. 1543.
Draft in Paget's hand, pp. 4. Endd., "Mynute to Mr. Wallop and the
rest of the Counsail of th'armye, xxvijo Aug. 1543."
32,651, f. 283.
85. Sadler to Suffolk, Parr and Tunstall.
Has received from them the King's letters dated at the Moore, 24th
inst., but, as the Governor is on the other side of the water with the
Cardinal, cannot speak with him till he returns (which will be in 3 or 4
days), and then, if he and the Cardinal are agreed, as is expected, it will be
useless to persuade him against the Cardinal, but, if not, he will be easily
persuaded, unless lack of money stay him; for the Church "have"
gathered great sums of money to aid the other party and, although consenting
to the peace and marriage, mind "only the rupture of the same,"
and secretly work to hinder the Governor from getting hostages for the
marriage, so that, besides the prisoners, he is not likely to get past two or
three. The Governor's delay in sending the commissioners is to get more
hostages, and he much trusts to a respite of 15 days; but Cassils, who
tarries behind, told Sadler yesterday that, rather than adventure the breach
of the treaties, the Governor would enter such hostages as he could get
before Friday night next. Before leaving, the Governor prayed Sadler to
advertise him as soon as the King's answer arrived touching the respite;
which, as they know, he will now pass over in silence. The laird of Fyvie
will make haste, so that the treaties may be ratified within the time limited.
He is a man of 1800 mks. Scottish (almost 500 mks. st.), "a great living
in this country," and well affected to the King.
Has received theirs of the 26th (fn. 2) inst. and perceives that they have
already advertised the King of the Swepestake, so that he need not enquire
thereof. The French ship chased into Dundee is a small vessel. Another
called the Falcon, a fair ship, was chased into Montrose on this side of
Aberdeen. None of the King's ships followed them. Cannot hear of the
Sacker and the rest, and is glad their lordships can make so good account
of six of them. There were not past 3 or 4 more of that conserve. Other
Scottish ships affirm that the King of Denmark has set forth such a navy
as Sadler wrote of. As soon as the Governor returns Sadler will move him
for the safe-conduct for grain, which Suffolk writes of. Edinburgh,
27 Aug. Signed.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd. : 1543.
*** The above is noted (with corrigenda for Sadler State Papers) in
Hamilton Papers, No. 466.
86. Wotton to Henry VIII.
The Regent having made great shift to borrow money without
interest, which is hard to get, departed towards Mechelyn on Saturday and
goes this day to Lovain, where Wotton will overtake her to-morrow. Last
time he spoke with her she minded to go no further, for at Maestricht and
Dieste "they die a little of the plague"; but now he hears that she will
go to Luyke, and be nearer the Emperor "which is all her desire." The
Prince of Orenge has taken a little town and castle called Montjoye and
slain all that defended it. It lies, in the highest part of Gulik towards the
forest of Ardenne and Luxemburgh, commodiously for the Clevois to do
the Emperor hurt. This day came tidings to the merchants that the
Emperor took Duren on Friday last, after 4 or 5 assaults, and slew all the
men in it because they yielded not at the first warning, although afterwards
they offered so to do. Others say that it was won at the first assault
by the Spaniards and Italians; and yet there were 5 ensigns of footmen
and 300 horsemen within. The Emperor spared no gunpowder and spent
above 500 shot upon it. The merchants learn that Barbarossa besieges
Nice, wherein is the Duke (fn. 3) himself. Andwerpe, 27 Aug. 1543.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.
32,651, f. 285.
87. The Privy Council to Sir Wm. Eure.
The King has received his letters; and reserves to his own use all
such "checkes" as Sir John Withrington and Sir Robt. Ellerker have
incurred by absence from their offices at Berwick. Eure shall send for
them to reside upon their offices, or else the King will plant others in their
place. Dunstable, 28 Aug.
Draft in Paget's hand, p. 1. Endd. : Mynute to Sir William Evre,
xxviijo Augusti, 1543.
II., No. 211.]
88. Chapuys to Granvelle.
Sends a letter which this Council have written him, showing what
little news there is since his last, and also the difficulty of satisfying and
living with the English, and that he was not wrong in what he last wrote to the
Emperor of their suspicious nature. Has [sent] a man to satisfy them and will
advertise Granvelle of his report. This King has lately complained, among
those of his Chamber, more bitterly (aigrement) with regard to the subject of the
said letter, and especially that all things which the said letter sings are not
confided to him.
It seems that the Scots have not yet sent the hostages promised by the treaty,
and that things are not altogether so peaceable and sure there as was presumed.
London, 28 Aug. 1543.
French, p. 1. Modern transcript from Vienna.
II., No. 209.]
89. Chapuys to the Queen Of Hungary.
Sends the copy of a letter which this Council have written him,
showing etc. (As in the preceding to Granvelle almost verbatim.)
Begs her to recommend the affair of his salary if she has not already
done so. London, 28 Aug. 1543.
French, p. 1. Modern transcript from Vienna.
Newcastle upon Tyne, 28 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. :—Brief declaration by
John Uvedale, treasurer appointed for payment of Charles duke of Suffolk,
lieutenant in the North, my lord Warden, the earl of Angwishe, George
Douglas and the garrisons on the Borders, numbering 460 men; of which a
signed copy is delivered to my lord Lieutenant.
Showing that at his declaration on the 11th inst. he had (whereof in
broken and refuse gold 107l. 8s. 8d., and in bills of prest to the earl
of Rutland and Sir Robt. Bowes 100l. and 66l. 13s. 4d. respectively)
2,367l. 12s. 2½d.; and received on 26 Aug. of Leonard Bekwith, 465l.
Whereof he has, by Suffolk's command, sent to Sir Ralph Sadler
in Scotland 300l., to Sir Wm. Eure to convey into Scotland 275l., to
Suffolk for his diets and the wages of his 100 men to 28 Aug. 233l. 6s. 8d.,
to Angwishe for one month beginning this day 105l. 9s. 4d., and to
George Douglas for the like 101l. 14s. 8d. Also he has paid lord Parre,
lord Warden of the Marches, for diets and for wages of 100 men for a
month beginning this day, 176l. 8s.
Remainder, 1,640l. 13s. 6½d. Whereof he must pay, out of hand, to
Suffolk for himself and his 100 men for one month beginning 29 Aug.
233l. 6s. 8d., and to the garrisons of 460 men fourteen days' wages,
viz., 238l. 16s. 4d.
Which will leave but 1,168l. 10s. 6½d.
Large paper, p. 1.
91. Sadler to Henry VIII.
The letter of this date in Sadler State Papers, I. 277, is of the 29th.
See No. 94.
92. Wallop to the Council.
Since coming to the Burgonyons, we have lain still in camp, fearing
the French king's power. Lately heard that the French king was departed
from Cowcye castle towards Raynes in Champaigne; and thereupon urged
the duke of Arschot and Great Master to do some enterprise, abiding the
Emperor's answer. They said they would gladly; and, hearing that night
that 200 light horse, Italians and Albanoys, lay at Fontsome, 6 leagues off,
and most of the French king's power was departed, the Duke, Great Master
and Wallop concluded to go with 6,000 foot and 2,000 horse, leaving the
camp in charge of Mr. Seymour, our marshal. Mons. de Lyekes was
appointed to give the onsetting to the said light horse, and the rest to enter
the country between Chasteau in Cambresis and the duke of Vandome's
castle of Bougheyn, where were many great villages and strong churches.
Started at 5 p.m. on Saturday 26 Aug., Mons. de Lyekes having with him
Bowmer and 50 of the Northern horse, and two of Wallop's horsemen who
could speak French. By 4 o'clock next morning, the Great Master and
Wallop were in the appointed country and, after long waiting for the Duke's
coming, began to fire the villages, and had churches yielded to them, when
Lyekes retired towards them in great fear, having had a great overthrow.
Describes the battle, in which the Italians and Albanoys were surprised in
bed and beaten out of the village, but rallied and, aided by others who lay
in an abbey adjoining, returned and completely discomfited the Burgundians.
De Lyekes had 600 Burgundian horse and 800 foot besides the 50 Northern
men, and has lost 100 horsemen and almost all the foot. The enemy could
not have numbered more than 150, for 50 of their horses were carried off at
the outset. Upon news of this the Duke and Great Master gave up the
idea of going to Bougheyn and returned to Camp.
Yesterday, the 25th (sic) inst., was an alarm between the Allemen and the
Englishmen; and the latter were almost into the Allemen's camp, bestowing
arrows upon them (and they bestowing shot amongst us), when, by the
help of Mr. Crumwell, Mr. Carow, and other gentlemen, we caused them to
retire. "And at my retire (fn. 4) to the body of the Camp I found the Allemen
in a fair square battle, and ours in like case"; and, but for the travail of
the Duke and Great Master there had been a battle. They stood thus more
than an hour, each party making strange which should retire first, while the
Great Master and others "hurled hither and thither, persuading first the
one part and then the other to retire," saying the stronger might with honor
retire first "which they thought to be us." Finally both retired at a signal
given, by the Great Master holding up his hat. I declared to the Duke
and Great Master, who supped with me, the folly of the Allemen colonel
who, after the skirmish was pacified, entered our camp with a dozen of his
"harcbuzyers" and seeing me with my sword drawn "offered to shoot at
me with his harcbouze. Mr. Crumwell, perceiving the same leapt unto him
and put by the shot; which his (sic) great folly, if good order had not been, had
been despatched, for Master Carow was minded to run him through with his
sword; and young Seyntlow, perceiving him to level at me, did the same
towards him, and, as God would, his gun failed to take fire or else he had
surely slain him, whereat I do not a little rejoice, for if this thing had
taken effect we should not have been able this year to invade the realm of
France, so many should should (sic) have suffered on both sides." This
morning the Duke rebuked the Colonel and other Allemen captains, commanding
them to keep better order and apologise to Wallop, "which thing
they did very humbly and penitently," The Spaniards are always
ready to do Englishmen pleasure, and take their part in all frays with
This day Wallop persuaded the Duke and Great Master not to lie in
camp, but rather to waste the French king's lands, seeing now that the
Allemen repair to the French king. They promised on Friday next to
begin—the Great Master meaning earnestly, "whatsoever the Duke doth
Sends extracts from letters to the Duke and Great Master about the
Emperor's being before Durre, and from a letter of the King of Romans
about the Turk's being before Strygoigne. Quesno, 28 Aug. Signed.
Pp. 6. Add. Endd. : 1543.
32,651, f. 286.
93. The Privy Council to Suffolk, [Parr and Tunstall].
Have received their letter of the 28th inst. with the certificate of able
men within Suffolk's lieutenancy ("and the view of the account of Mr.
Vuedal" in No. 99). The King thanks them for their forwardness and,
perceiving that the quantity of grain there ("in th'ands of Mr. Shelley" in
No. 99) is so great that they have no room to bestow the grain brought
lately by the 16 sail, commands them to stay that grain in the owner's hand
and issue as much of the old provision ("of the worst of th'old store" in
No. 99) into Scotland or Flanders or elsewhere as will leave room for it,
which in any case shall be stayed to the King's use, that he may have
enough for an army of 16,000 or 20,000 men. Which number they shall
put ready upon any sudden warning, as sufficient to receive the holds on
this side the Frith, "if the Governor shall fortune to offer them" or work
any other exploit; the King not doubting but that Suffolk "hath good heart
and courage" to adventure his person with it.
The Armestronges in prison at Carlisle are to be set free, if their friends
in Scotland will deliver Forster, and the other three, and the Armestronges
of Liddisdale will become the King's servants. Touching Exham and
Langley they have misunderstood the Council's letter concerning the holds
Draft in Paget's hand, pp. 4. Endd. : Mynute to the duke of Suff., etc.,
xxixo Augusti 1543.
32,651, f. 289.
94. Sadler to Henry VIII.
Wrote that the Governor made an errand over the Frythe to speak
with the Cardinal, who, he supposed, would "have humbled himself so
much as to have met him on the way"; but, in proof that his fair behests
are but practises, the Cardinal neither met him nor would speak with him
when he came to St. Andrews, but desired that Sir George Douglas should
come to him in the Castle. Sir John Campbel of Calder, Argyle's brother,
was laid as pledge and Douglas went into the Castle, but could not persuade
the Cardinal to wait upon the Governor. The Governor, thereupon,
caused the Cardinal's treason to be proclaimed in St. Andrews, with
pardon to all who had before aided him (which was well taken amongst the
people), and returned hither, late yesternight, to gather his force and make
like proclamations elsewhere against the Cardinal and all his complices.
Found the Governor, this morning, so incensed against the Cardinal and
his complices that there was no need to prick him forward, as Sadler,
nevertheless, did, according to the letters of the 24th inst. from the
King and the Council. Presently Angus, Cassils, Glencairn, Marishal,
Maxwell, Gray, Somervail, the sheriff of Ayr and others depart to levy their
force. Their adversaries have the advantage of being already gathered, and
intending to be at Stirling on Friday next; for, upon the late communication
between Douglas and the Cardinal, it was agreed, as Sadler wrote, that
all assemblies should cease, but the Cardinal and his complices continued
their musters and now are ready to come forward. Touching accomplishment
of the treaties and delivery of the strongholds, the Governor says
plainly that he cannot perform the treaties within the time limited, and
that if he deliver the strongholds he must fly the realm, for his friends will
forsake him. Sadler reminded him of his promises and advised him to
write them, so that the King might see his good-will to the same. He
answered that he must adhere to the King, for he had lost all other friends
and was in great danger; wherefore he had determined to send the laird of
Brunstoun to declare his state and make such offers as would show the
King his good heart, trusting that the King would not suffer him to be
overtrodden by those who would destroy all his friends here and bring the
whole realm (already inclined thereto) to the cast of France. Advised him
not to seek aid without making reciprocal offers, or the King (who had
experimented the world's practises) would soon perceive it. He thanked
Sadler for the advice, and promised, before despatching Brunstoun, to show
Sadler his offers.
Has communed with Angus, Cassils, Glencairn, Maxwell and Douglas,
and finds them all "very hot upon their enemies"; but they think the
King must support the Governor with money "or else send a main army
to conquest the realm" (which they would join), for the sending of a small
number or delivery of the holds would cause all their countrymen to forsake
them. Told them plainly that the King was too wise to lay out
money without seeing some appearance of benefit to ensue, and reminded
them of the benefits which the Governor and they had already received, to
recompense which they had done utterly nothing, but rather had hindered
the King's enterprises; praying them, now that the Governor intended to
despatch a gentleman to the King, to "procure such expedition as might
be thankful and acceptable to your Majesty." This they promised; and
now they seem sorry that they ever counselled peace. They think the
Governor will offer his son, but are not sure what offers shall be made.
Without aid, they shall be in great danger, "for money they have none,
and the Church beareth all they can make with the other party." The
Governor says he will no more be deluded. There is yet no opportunity to
commune with him of the King's "book of religion," nor to speak with the
Cardinal. Edinburgh, 29 Aug. Signed.
Pp. 6. Add. Endd. : 1543.
*** The above is noted (with corrigenda for Sadler State Papers) in
Hamilton Papers, No. 469.
32,651, f. 281.
95. Arran to Henry VIII.
Sends bearer, his servant, with certain instructions. Where he may
not instantly perform the contents of the peace and marriage he will do his
utmost by gentle means, or else by extreme, to fulfil them. Failing that, he
must desire Henry's help, assuring him that he and the noblemen of his
party will fulfil them and all Henry's reasonable desires, "and all seik
commoningis as I haif haid with yowr henes ambassadour," which the said
servant will declare. Signed : James Governour.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd. : Therle of Arran to the King's Majesty.
II., No. 212.]
96. Charles V. to Chapuys.
Received his letters of the 14th inst. (fn. 5) five days ago, and was greatly
pleased to learn the continuance of the King's good will and the addition
of the general clause against all the Emperor's enemies, in the publication
of the war against the French. It is well that Chapuys did not mention
the practice of the Cardinal of Mantua, of which he was advertised in
case the French should mention it. As to the exploit done by
the English in France, it is true that they have used all rigor,
without even sparing the Emperor's subjects who have goods
in France, wherein they should have had better regard. It remains that
the King may be willing that they may continue in the war against France,
because he is thereto bound by the treaty, since the French have occupied
and detain Landreschies with a greater force than the treaty mentions, and
Arschot and De Roeulx are in arms to recover it. In this Chapuys must
use his accustomed dexterity, in accordance with what the Queen has passed
in it with the captain (fn. 6) of the English, and what has passed between Arschot
and De Roeulx and the said captain.
Where he wrote to Granvelle that the King would not have liked the
enterprise against Cleves had it been spoken of when Chantonay was last in
England, knows that it was for the best that he omitted it; but now that
the Emperor is on the way it is requisite to inform the King that it is
necessary to open the road between the Low Countries and Germany and
to repress the insolence of the Duke and his people, who were boasting
throughout Germany that the Emperor dared not pass that way and that
they would join forces with France to destroy him; and to that end they
had conspired the treason of Liege, which, with the necessity of
victuals, has been no small reason for taking that road. Hopes to
open it shortly and to advertise the King more expressly of what
should be done further. Could not incline to peace with Cleves, as the
electors on the Rhine and the duke of Saxony's men suggested, for the
Duke insisted on retaining Guelders and Zutphen more insolently than
before the Diet of Nuremberg, trusting to the support of France. Has
done his duty to the subjects of Cleves and Juliers, as the enclosed copy
As to the ships which should join those of England, the Queen will
answer him, and will do therein what the weighty affairs there permit.
Chapuys shall try to find out what enterprise the King has in hand and,
according to the likelihood of executing it, do as he thinks best; and
advertise the Emperor thereof, and about the French ships arrested in
Scotland and the state of affairs in that quarter.
As to the Turkish army come to France, both Guasto and the ambassador
at Genoa write that the French galleys have joined them, with some ships
and galeasses, men of war, artillery and munition; and together they were
gone to Villefranche, intending to winter there and occupy the town and
castle of Nyce through the treason of some of Nyce, suborned to kill the
prince of Piedmont, (fn. 7) the French king's near relative; to whom, if not to
the father, he should have regard, since that young prince has never
offended him. But the French king proves always more openly that he is
the enemy of God [and] of Christendom, without faith or regard for kinship
or amity and without shame; and, having joined forces with the Turk, he
has compromised all that he and his men have said and written to the
contrary. Hopes, however, that this will be his final confusion, as the
King of England well says. Guasto and all the Emperor's ministers do all
possible to succour Nyce, which is a new and great charge, and yet the
Emperor writes to him to spare nothing and will himself go forward here,
and make use of this late season, trusting that the King of England will
respond on his side, who is the more bound thereto because, on pretext
of the Emperor's alliance with him. The Pope excuses himself from aiding
against the joint French and Turkish armies, pretending that the king of
France demands his aid against England, and yet he will keep neutral, as
will be seen by his last answer delivered in writing to the Emperor's
ambassador resident in Rome, which is enclosed (not for Chapuys to show,
but to tell the King the substance of it as shall seem fit).
As to the Turk's army in Hungary, sends the last news from the King
his brother, to be declared to the King in proof that his said brother does
what is possible and that the King's assistance has come at need and will
be well employed. Lennich, 29 Aug. 1543.
French, pp. 4. Modern transcript from a Vienna MS.
St. P., IX. 489.
97. Wotton to Henry VIII.
Being come hither on Tuesday, the Regent, on the morrow, sent
Mons. de Corbaron, named before l'escuyer Bouton, to show her letter from
the Emperor about the taking of Duren (copy enclosed). (fn. 8) He also showed a
copy of the "sommacion" mentioned in the letter, to the effect that the
Duke (having broken the peace of the Empire, rebelled against the Empire
and allied himself with enemies both of it and of the Christian faith) had
forfeited lands and body, and, although they of Duren had assisted his
rebellion, the Emperor would maintain their liberties if they would yield
themselves; but, if they refused, would treat them as rebels. The herald
who carried this was told by the Colonel that neither he nor his men could
read, and that he (the herald) "might go his ways well enough with his
errand." It is said that many Italians and Spaniards were slain; for the
town was well defended, and they were so hasty that they ran into the
ditches before the battery ceased. Men here wonder at the cruelty of the
Emperor, who not only commanded all men to be slain, but put to death
some whom the Prince of Orenge's men had saved, and hanged the captain
before the gates. The Queen marvels that Schepperus is not come. It is
reported that they of Gulyke have brought the keys to the Emperor, and
that the Prince of Orenge is gone towards Eyfell, in the higher part of
Gulyk, to take Nydek and Munster Eyfell, while the Emperor comes towards
Gulyk and Sittaert. Because of the sickness at Maestricht victuals and
munitions are now sent by Luyke to the camp.
There is news from the camp in Hainault that 3 or 4 ensigns of
Hennoyers appointed to do a feat, through the shameful running away of
their horsemen, have been beaten; to the great rebuke of Mons. de Liques
and others who led them.
At Antwerp, the chaplain of the English house showed Wotton that a
prior of Chartreux of Scotland, who said that he had come through England
with a brother of lord Reven, of Bowden in Anguisshe, told him that
Englishmen reckoned to have Scotland at their pleasure, but would find
themselves deceived; for they would never see the Cardinal in England as
they expected, and Hamilton, the Douglasses, and Maxwell, traitors who
favoured Englishmen, should lose their heads before Christmas next. The
chaplain answered that, seeing what inconveniences were come to both
realms by war, now when there seemed a towardness of peace, it would
become him better to forward it than to use such words; but the prior
named 2 or 3 of his next kinsmen who had been slain by Englishmen, and
said that, "therefore he could never be satisfied till their death were
avenged." On learning this Wotton required that the Prior who was at
Lovain charter-house, minding to go into France, might be staid; and the
President sent for him and gently enquired when and how he came from
Scotland; who answered that, in coming by sea, he was taken by Englishmen
and kept prisoner until the peace was made, and then let go, but the
Chapter in Savoy to which he was going was ended. Not to arouse
suspicion, the President asked him to report any news he might have from
Scotland; and not to depart without speaking first with the Queen or him.
The President has commanded them of the Chartreux house here to give
notice if they see any token of the said Prior's departure. The gentleman
he came with is here too, but has not used any such words as the Prior did.
Lovain, 30 Aug. 1543.
Hol., pp. 4. Add. Endd.
98. Tintern Abbey, in Ireland.
Copy of an inquisition taken at Rosse, 30 Aug., 35 Hen. VIII., of
the lands of Tintern Abbey in co. Wexford.
Pp. 3. Endd. : A true copy taken out of the office of Tinterne in
Ireland, belonging to Anthony Colclough, gent.
32,651, f. 293.
99. The Privy Council to Suffolk, Parr and Tunstall.
Copy of their letter of the 29th, with some alterations in Wriothesley's
hand. (See No. 93, where the chief alterations are noted.) Ampthill,
31 Aug. 1543.
P.S.—The King is content that Suffolk shall advance to Angus the
100l. for which Mr. Sadleyr wrote; advancing it as of his "own head,"
and using means, by letter, to stay his again asking money beforehand.
Draft corrected by Wriothesley, pp. 3. Endd. : Mynute to my 1. of Suff.,
Par, etc., ultimo Augusti, 1543.
32,651, f. 295.
100. The Privy Council to Sadler.
The King has seen his of the 26th to Suffolk and others of the
Council in the North; and, considering how dangerously Stirling stands
for the custody of the Queen, both because so near the Cardinal, Lynoux
and the French party and because some of her keepers are of that faction,
wishes that the Governor, in his return from beyond the water (or if he be
already returned, at some other opportunity) should get possession of the
castle, and either remove her to some nearer place or else remove the lords
of the adverse party from her and put in friends.
Draft in Wriothesley's hand, pp. 3. Endd. : Mynute to Master Sadleyr,
ultimo Augusti, 1543.
II. No. 213.]
101. Chapuys to the Queen Of Hungary.
His man has just returned from Court, who was sent to answer the
Council's letters, of which she would receive the copy with his last. By
his man's report, the Council recognise that they have inconsiderately
written it; and they pray Chapuys to take it in good part, as evidence of
their affection to the conservation and augmentation of the amity between
the Emperor and their master, which requires frequent and confidential
communication of all things, and that the principal object of the letter was
to get Chapuys' help in it and the assembly of the Flemish ships with
theirs, for some good enterprise.
Although the King has already written to her for 300 hacquebutiers and
the assistance of the captains of St. Omer, Bourbourg and other neighbours,
to prevent (with his men of war there and 1,000 whom he sends over with
speed) the revictualling of Ardres, which the governor of Boulogne would
effect with 6,000 men and 300 horse, he has again sent to Chapuys, very
expressly, to write to her to gratify him in this, as far as possible, and in
keeping him informed of occurrents, in return for the good will he shows
to the Emperor's concerns. Lately, Sir John Gressam and Chapuys,
hearing, by letters from the merchants to whom the letters of exchange for
the 3,000l. were addressed, that the Queen would scarcely take the money
in Antwerp, because of the great interest current there, the King (being
advertised that the interest would be no less by delivering the money here
for exchange, besides delaying the payment) licensed Gressam to send the
3,000l. thither in ready money. They wait only to know whether she will
use the letters of exchange or not, and Chapuys is astonished that that
advice is not yet come. London, 31 Aug. 1543.
French, pp. 2. Modern transcript from Vienna.
II, No. 210.]
102. Chapuys to Granvelle.
Takes the opportunity of this messenger to send copy of what he
writes to the Queen, showing events since his last of the 27th. It remains
only to pray Granvelle to get the Emperor to impart his news to this King, who
having been heretofore "curieusement adverty et entretenu" by France, finds it
strange that the Emperor does not do the same. "Il est prince qui veult estre
any pen regallado, comme dit l'Espagnol, et par tel moien l'on s'en aydera
comme l'on vouldra." London, 31 Aug. 1543.
French, p. 1. Modern transcript from Vienna.
St. P., V. 332.
103. Suffolk to [Parr].
Has sent his letter written yesternight late, with other two letters of
Mr. Sadleyr's, to the Court with speed. Where he asks advice touching
annoyance of the enemies and sparing of the King's friends, he should not
suffer his deputy wardens to enter Scotland; but, upon knowledge from
Sadleyr or Anguisshe what towns and surnames belong to their friends,
depute conductors of the raids; and he may send part of his garrisons with
them, foreseeing that they go strong. Darnton, 31 Aug. Signed.
P.S.—Such as he knows to be the Governor's enemies he may keep
waking, according to Sadleyr's letters.
P. 1. Fly-leaf with address lost.
32,651, f. 299
104. Arran to Henry VIII.
Sends bearer, the laird of Bronstoune, gentleman of his house, to
declare the extremities in this country, and how he lately wrote for a prorogation
of 14 or 20 days, but has yet no answer, albeit this day the peace
expires. If he can stay this insurrection, all things appointed by the
treaty shall be performed. Refers to bearer and the instructions given to
him. Edinburgh, 31 Aug. Signed : James Governour.
Broad sheet, p. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd. : Therle of Arren to the King's
Majesty, ult. Aug. 1543.
St. P., III.
105. Henry VIII. to the Deputy And Council Of Ireland.
Answers the articles the Deputy sent by his secretary Parkar, as
follows :—1. Money shall be sent as soon as possible. 2. Robt. St. Leiger
is to have the custody of Dungarvon, provided he dwell there; and a book
of the fees and profits which Ormond had is to be sent to the King.
3. Sir Osburn Ychingham is to have the custody of Ballatymore. 4. Hears
that some of the Retinue are unruly for want of promptness of the law to
punish them. Henceforth the Retinue shall be punished by martial law,
not by ordinary process, 5. Sends a commission for sale of wards and
letting of waste lands. 6. Has, at present, peace with the Scots; but he
and the Emperor have jointly intimated war against the Frenchmen, and
therefore all Frenchmen resorting thither must be treated as enemies.
7. The device for the conversion of Christes Church abbey to the maintenance
of a standing Council and free school seems good. They must
send a true extent of the revenues, and particular declaration how they
would employ them. 8. Is content with the Deputy's suit to repair
hither for two months in winter, and directs him to signify who is meet to
supply his place. 9. Had given the benefice of Trymme to one of his
Chapel, but, perceiving since that he had granted the Deputy the gift of
all benefices there except bishoprics and deaneries, is content that one
Agard, son of the Deputy's comptroller, shall enjoy it.
Draft. Endd. : "Minute to the Deputy and Council in Ireland —
(blank) Aug. 1543."
32,653, f. 221.
Notes of declarations by the Governor of treasons of the Cardinal
and his party, with the dates of the letters (mostly Sadler's) in which they
are contained, viz. 28 July and 25, 28 and 29 Aug.
In Paget's hand, pp. 2. Endd. : "Capita out of th'erle of Arren's
107. Grants in August, 1543.
1. Thos. Holt. Grant, in fee, for
1.727l. 15s., of the manor of Stede, Lanc.,
which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem
and Newland preceptory, Yorks., and
lands (named) in Stede parish leased with
the manor to Alex. Osbaldston; a grange
called Altegrange in Seffton parish, Lanc.,
which belonged to Whalley mon., in
tenure of Wm. Morecroft; Croenton
manor, Lanc., and a water mill in Croenton
(four tenants named) which belonged
to Whalley; the manor or grange of
Staynynge, Lanc., which belonged to
Whalley, and a mill and fishery in
Staynyng. Also the manors of Counscough
and Forton, Lanc., which belonged
to Cokersand mon., leased to John Ketching
with lands in Lydyatt, Lanc.; a tenement
in the city of York in tenure of the master
of St. Leonard's hospital there; rent and
service from lands of John Gardoner in
Bailring, Lanc., in tenure of the chaplain
or chantry priest of Lancaster, and from
lands of John Chaffer formerly in tenure
of Hen. Duckett, and lands of John Assheton
called Lykehed, in the parishes of
Cokerham and Lancaster; the grange of
Ellell in Cokerham parish leased to Ric.
and Nic. Preston; and two tenements
(tenants named) in the parishes of Cokerham
and Lancaster; all which belonged
to Cokersand mon. And all appurtenances
of the said manors in Stede, Seffton,
Croenton, Staynyng, Counscough, Halsall,
Forton, Cokerham, Melling, Lydiate,
Kyrkynshawe, Rayneforde, Ayntre, Burton,
Tilling, Rutheway, le Mosez, Haghton.
Mahall, Allerton, Thorneton, Hollond,
Ecoliston, Scoles juxta Sutton, Byllyng,
Wyndill. Torboke, Sutton, Skaiesbrek,
Dalton, Nateler, Barton juxta
Halsall, Hurleton, Hyndeley, Chester juxta
Wigan, Abraham Haye, Bykarshey, Orell,
Pemberton, Wynstanley, Pennyngton,
Astley, Tyldysley, Wynstanley. Ellell,
Cokerham, Assheton and Lancaster.
Okyng, 28 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Terlyng, 1 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 4, m. 21.
2. Robt. Holgate alias Halgate, bp. of
Llandaff. Licence to alienate a messuage,
&c., in tenure of Thos. Parker, in St.
Helen's parish, London, which belonged
to St Helen's priory, boundaries given,
and another messuage, &c., late in tenure
of Thos. Parker and now of Robt. Brograve
in St. Helen's parish, granted to the said
Bishop by pat. 26 July 35 Hen. VIII.;
to Joan Taylour, widow. Walden, 1 Aug.
Pat. 25 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 22.
3. Thos. Bell, of Gloucester, the King's
servant. Grant, in fee, for 626l. 18s. 11½d., of
the following properties in Gloucester, &c.,
one or more tenants of each being named,
viz. :—messuages, &c. (51 tenants named),
in Severnestrete next le Castell Orcharde
in St. Edwin's parish, a curtilage in Smale
Lane in the same parish, messuages, &c.,
(10 tenants named) in Southyatestrete in
the same parish, a tenement in Southyate
strete opposite le Pillerie in the parish of
St. Mary de Crippa, a tenement in Oldsmythestrete
in the same parish called le
Scolehouse in tenure of David Johns, a
cottage in the same street and parish, two
tenements in Brodesmythstrete in Holy
Trinity parish and a garden in the same
parish, a great tenement in the same
parish in tenure of John Wingfteld, four
stables, &c., in the same parish, a tenement
between the bridges of Gloucester, and
three other tenements in the parish of St.
Nicholas, cottages (4 tenants named) in
Craftes Lane in Holy Trinity parish, the
tenement of John Wingffeld in the shambles
called le Bochery Row, in Holy
Trinity parish, two tenements in the Mercery
(in Marccria) in the same parish, a
stable in Grace Lane in the parish of St.
Mary de Graceland, a piece of ground near
Ayleyate Strete in St. Michael's parish, a
great tenement in tenure of John Barkeley
outside the gate of the same street in St.
Michael's parish, and five other gardens,
&c., in the same parish, one being in
Northyate strete; a garden between the
North Gates of the city in the parish of St.
John Baptist, gardens, &c., in St. Oswald's
parish (6 tenants named), a stable in St.
Aldate's parish, a messuage, &c., in the
parishes of Hempstede and St. Michael
within the City,a tenement and two stables
in Grace Lane in the parish of St. Mary
de Gracelande, a tenement in the South
Strete in All Saints parish, another tenement
in the same parish, a tenement in
the parish of St. Mary de Gracelande, a
shop near the High Cross in the parish of
St. Michael within the City, a tenement
in the Mercery in Holy Trinity parish, a
croft called Hyde Croft outside the North
Gate of the city in St. Oswald's parish, a
tenement in St. John's parish, a tenement
in the Mercery in the parishes of Holy
Trinity and St. Oswald, a tenement in
Newlande outside the North Gate in St.
Oswald's parish, a tenement in Aylesyatestrete
in the parish of St. Michael within
the City, a shop in the parish of St. Mary
de Gracelande, a shop beside the temple
or church of All Saints in All Saints
parish, two gardens in the parish of St.
Mary de Crippa near Trewelane, a new
tenement in the parish of St. John Baptist,
two tenements united in the parish of St.
Nicholas, a tenement in St. Michael's
parish, shops in Severnestrete in St. Edwin's
parish, a tenement in le Bochery in the
parish of St. Mary de Gracelande, a tenement
on the south side of the street
between the Bridges in St. Michael's
parish, the void ground on which St.
Kynbury's chapel lately stood, with a cottage
adjoining in St. Edwin's parish; all
which premises belonged to Lanthony
priory in co. city of Gloucester. Also all
possessions of Lanthony within the said
city except rents of assize and other free
rents. Also a toft beside the tenement of
the late prior of St. Oswald's, between
Here Lane and the river called Wyner in
the parish of St. John Baptist, and another
toft in the same parish, which belonged to
Cirencester mon. Also a free rent and
service which belonged to Hayles mon. in
St. Oswald's parish, in tenure of the wardens
or procurators of the mortuary
(domus cadavernm), lands (4 tenants) named
in the same parish, a tenement in Herelane
in St. John Baptist's parish, a cottage
in the same parish, two tenements in All
Saints parish, a tenement in St. Michael's
parish, a tenement in St. Aldate's parish
(6 tenants named), a tenement in the
parish of St. Mary de Crippa, and a house
in Southyatestrete in All Saints parish;
all which belonged to Hayles mon. Also
buildings now converted into a brewhouse,
in the parishes of St. Mary de Crippa,
Holy Trinity and St. John Baptist, with
garden adjoining at the back of the house
of the late Friars Preachers, and a meadow
near Brokestrete in St. Michael's parish,
which belonged to Wynchecombe mon.
Also a garden in St. Aldate's parish which
belonged to Evesham mon., and three
tenements in Southgatestrete in the parish
of St. Mary de Crippa, which belonged to
Godstow mon. Subject (besides certain
specified rents) to annual charges of
6s. 8d. to the hospital of St. Bartholomew
in Gloucester, 17s. 7½d. to the mayor,
bailiffs and community of the city for a
rent of the burden called "Longable," 2s. 6d.
to the steward of the city, 4s. 4d. to the
said hospital of St. Bartholomew, and
26s. 8d. to the bailiff or collector of rents
of Lanthony priory. Oking, 26 July 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 1 Aug. —P.S.
Pat. p. 9, m. 22.
4. John Hearing, LL.D., the King's
chaplain. Grant of the canonry (in Wells
cathedral) and prebend of Estharptre, in
the King's gift by the attainder of Ric.
Pates, last holder. Oking, 29 July 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Tarlyng, 1 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 9, m. 26.
5. Hen. Morice. Lease of Madecroft
manor, Herts., parcel of the lands of the
late countess of Richmond; for 21 years;
at 19l. 3s. 4d. rent and 16s. 4d. increase.
On surrender by Jas. Morice, executor
of Morgan Morice, dec., of a 21 years'
lease, 16 March 15 Hen. VIII., to the said
Morgan. Oking, 26 July 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Terling, 1 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 14.
6. Guillaume de Puncastle, Cornelis
Ployer, Henry Baldkyn, Glodoe Courteville
and Martyn de Vosse, in the name of the
bailiff, sheriffs, and officers of Dunkirke.
Licence (at the contemplation of the
Queen of Hungary, regent of the Emperor's
Low Countries) to buy and convey
to Dunkirk 500,000 billets. Oking, 30 July
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terling, 1 Aug.—P.S.
In English. Enrolled on French Roll 36
Hen. VIII., m. 3. Rymer, XV. 49.
7. Joachim Gonelfynger, of Nurenbergh,
the King's servant. Annuity of 50l.
Oking, 30 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Terling, 2 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 19.
8. Ric. Andrewes and Nicb. Temple.
Grant, in fee, for 895l. 2s. 6d., of 3 ac. of
meadow (tenants named) in Sudmeade in
Lanthony parish beside Gloucester, which
belonged to Lanthony mon; lands (tenants named)
in Blakesley alias Blakonesley,
Ntht., which belonged to Canons Asshebye;
a tenement in Morton Bankes
within Byngley parish, Yorks., which
belonged to Fountaunce mon., in tenure
of Wm. Rogerson; lands (tenants named)
in Netherturkeden, Glouc., which belonged
to Lanthony mon.; lands in Walle in
Allesworth parish, Glouc., and lands in
Allesworth, which belonged to Cirencester
mon. (tenants named); and all possessions
of Cirencester in Allesworth parish; a
messuage called Cubley in Penyston parish,
Yorks., which belonged to Monkebretton
mon., in tenure of Ric. Bilclyffe; Tylehouse
grange in Oldebylande parish,
Yorks., which belonged to Biland mon.,
in tenure of Ant. Rookes and Joan his
wife; five tenements (tenants named) in
Crosby Banke, Westmld., which belonged
to the mon. of — (words omitted. St.
Leonard's mentioned in a later clause),
within the city of York; a messuage, &c.,
in Pykton in Cleveland within Kyrkelevynton
parish, Yorks., which belonged
to Helaugh priory, in tenure of John
Whitton and Ric. his son; the grange
called Sownlaycote alias Sownley Cote
within the lordship of Welborne and
Welborne parish (sic), Yorks., which belonged
to Ryvalx mon., in tenure of Isabella
Walker, widow, and lands (named) leased
with it. Also the rectory of Slawston alias
Slawton, Leic., which belonged to Oulmeston
mon., and lands there (tenants
named), with the advowson of the vicarage;
Ayleworth manor, Glouc., which belonged
to St. Oswald's priory beside Gloucester,
with appurtenances in Naunton and
Ayleworth. Glouc.; a tenement in Coldaston,
Glouc., leased to John Ayleworth
and Eliz. his wife, and lands (named) in
Naunton in tenure of John Doyle, which
belonged to St. Oswald's; lands called
le Priors Land in Mileham, Norf., which
belonged to Hempton priory, in tenure of
Wm. Davy, clk. Also numerous lands
(named and tenants named) in the parish
of St. Mary de Lode in co. City of
Gloucester, which belonged to St. Peter's
mon. Also three tenements and land
called Kettell Oxgang, in tenure of John
Rayner, in Bristall, Yorks., with reservation
of a parcel of land beside Kettell Yatc,
which belonged to St. Oswald's mon.,
Yorks. Also lands in tenure of Thos.
Dawes in Adlaughton in Buckenell parish,
Heref., which belonged to Wigmore mon.;
lands in Westcoote beside Lasborough,
Bagpath (beside Lokes Grove) and Calcote
(at Popethorne), Glouc., leased to John
Huntley, which belonged to Braddenstoke
mon., Wilts.; lands and rents of many
persons (named) in Donyngton, in co.
— (blank), which belonged to Evesham
mon., and a portion of tithes in Donyngton
aforesaid in the parish of Bradwell,
Worc. (sic), in tenure of Thos. Harrys,
which belonged to Evesham Oking, 25
July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. (entry lost).—P.S.
(Mutilated). Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 1.
(Dated Terlyng, 3 Aug.)
9. Thos. Hutton, of Driedrayton,
Camb., and Anne his wife. Grant, in fee
to the said Thos., for 546l. 10s. 4½d., of the
manor of Drydrayton alias Dryedrayton,
Camb., which belonged to Barnewell priory;
all lands in Dryedrayton now in tenure of
John Wrotes, chaplain, and rent of 5s. for
two closes or pightellis (boundaries given
with regard to lands in Hutton's tenure,
the tenement late of Coventre priory, and
the highway, all which belonged to Barnewell.
Also grant of the manor of Dryedrayton
which belonged to Crowland mon ,
Linc., and the advowson of the parish
church of Dryedrayton. Also grant of the
advowsons of the parish churches of Harleton
(of St. Mary) and Pap woor the Everard
(of St Peter Apostle), Camb. The advowson
of Harleton formerly belonged to the
priory of Longueville in Normandy and
Papwoorthe Everard is parcel of the duchy
of Richmond. Oteland, 19 July 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Terlyng, 3 Aug.—P.S. Pat.
p. 1, m. 15.
10. Andrew Judde, alderman of
London. Grant, in fee, for 669l. 11s. 4½d.,
of the manor of Maisters in Preston, Suff.,
in tenure of John Spryng, which belonged
to St. John's of Jerusalem and the preceptory
of Batisford, Suff.; the manor of
Preston, Suff., and the rectory of Preston
in tenure of Robt. Risse, and the advowson
of Preston vicarage, which belonged to
Holy Trinity priory, Ipswich; a close
called le Olde Felde within Charewood
forest in Charley parish, Leic., in
tenure of Wm. Barnard, which belonged
to the mon. of Pratis Leceister; and a
water mill within the close called le Dames
in Oulescroft, Leic., in tenure of Evan
Todde, and numerous other lands (named,
and tenants named) in Oulvescroft which
belonged to Oulvescroft priory. Otelande,
18 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del Terlyng,
3 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 3, m. 4.
11. Peter de Bydocyo, lord of Lartique,
stranger, the King's servant. Annuity of
50l. Westm., 8 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Terling, 3 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 26.
12. John Viscount Lisle. To be steward
of the manors of Bromysgrove. Kynges
Norton, Odyngley, Clyfton and Droit
Wychc, Worc., in the King's hands by
death of the late Queen Jane; also steward
of the lordship of Fekenham, and master
of the game and keeper of the forest and
park of Feckenham, Worc., with the pannage
and herbage of the park; also ranger
of the said forest; also keeper of the house
or mansion at Fekenham called Benettes
Bower, with the waters, fishings and
hawkings within the said forest and park
and chase of animals and cattle within
the forest, the supervision of the paling of
the park and provision of hay for the deer
within the forest and park; with the
usual profits, &c. Oteland, 22 July 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 3 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 9, m. 12. (Caneclled as surrendered
10 March 1 Edw. VI. in order that
the offices might be granted to Sir Wm.
13. Henry Denys. Grant, in fee, for
254l. 13s. 2½d., of the manor of Petrokstowe
alias Padstowe, Devon, which
belonged to the mon. of Bukfast alias
Bukfast Leigh; also the advowson of the
rectory of Stowe St. Petroc's alias Petrokstowe,
and the messuage in tenure of John
Mawseworthye alias Kyndon in Northbovye,
Devon, which belonged to the same
mon. Okyng, 25 July 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Terlyng, 3 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 9,
14. John Deane, clk. Grant, in fee, for
54l., of two salt pits (salinas) formerly in
tenure of Wm. Sudlowe and now of Thos.
Sudlowe and two more in tenure of Geo.
Sudlowe, in Northwich, Chesh., which
belonged to Basingwarke mon., with the
lead (estimated at 40 "lez weightes" in
each two), and a messuage in tenure of
Thos. Bromfelde in Northwiche. Oteland,
17 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 3
Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 7.
15. Ric. Andrewes and Nic. Temple.
Licences to alienate :—
i. Lands (tenants named) in Blakesley
alias Blakonesley, Ntht., which belonged
to Canons Asshebye priory; to Thos.
Warwyke and Margery his wife in fee to
the said Thos Terlyng, 4 Aug. Pat. 35
Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 7.
ii. The rectory of Slawston alias Slawton,
Leic., which belonged to Oulveston
mon., and a cottage there (tenants named),
with the advowson of the vicarage; to
Jerome Heydon and Thos. Palmer.
Terlyng, 4 Aug. Ib.
16. Thos. Bradley and Thomasina his
wife. Licence to alienate a messuage, &c.
(boundaries given), lately leased to Wm.
Fynche and now in tenure of Thos. Bradley
in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete,
London, which belonged to St.
John's of Jerusalem; to Thos. Slater, clk.,
and Hen. Lee, in fee to the said Thos.
Slater. Terlyng, 4 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen.
VIII., p. 5, m. 7.
17. The town of Seaford, Suss.
Incorporation of the town of Hastings
with the town, parish and borough of
Sefford as one of the Cinque Ports, to be
known as the town, parish or borough of
Selford, have a bailiff chosen annually at
Michaelmas, &c. The preamble states
that the barons, lawful men and subjects
of the Five Ports, in return for certain
franchises, are bound to furnish, at their
expense, 50 ships for 15 days in any year
to the King; and that Hastinges, one and
the greatest of the most ancient towns of
the said ports, where enemies and rebels
might quickest land, is by the tides and
by fires raised by enemies, devastated not
only of lands and tenements but of
inhabitants, and so impoverished that the
barons and lawful men can no longer
contribute to this shipping. Oking,
23 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng,
4 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 5.
18. Peter Saxson, groom of the Chamber.
To be bailiff and collector of rents
of the lordship of Estwitton and manors
of Elington, Fyngall, Ellingstringe, Thornton
Stewarde, Newton in le Willous,
Estmaryforth within Rokewith, Horton
in Rybblesdalle, and grange of Ellfahall.
Yorks., which belonged to the attainted
mon. of Jervaulx, with custody of the
woods (named) belonging to the granges
of Kylgramhowe, Heyme and Fyngall;
from Mich. 34 Hen. VIII.; with fees of
3l. 6s. 8d. as enjoyed by Laur. Askith, late
bailiff there. Also to be bailiff of the
Martinmas fair in the town of Estwitton.
Gylford, 2 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Westm., 4 Aug.—P.S.
19. Sir Rice Manxell, the King's servant.
Grant, in fee, for 642l. 9s. 8d., of
the manors of Horgro alias Horgrove and
Pylle alias Pyle, co. Glam., which belonged
to the mon. of Margam; a water mill
called Shepps Mylle in tenure of John
Thomas ap Powell in the town of Margam;
a messuage called le Tower in Margam in
tenure of Lewis William Hullyn; the site
of the late water-mill called Cryke Mylle
in Cryke in Margam parish in tenure of
the said John Thomas; Shepe grange
lying beside and within the lands of
Langewith grange in Laelston parish, co.
Glam., in tenure of Jenett Vergh Ll'n.;
the grange called Courtbaghan alias Parva
Stormy next the grange of Stormy alias
Magna Stormy in Tethgistow parish, co.
Glam., in tenure of Jenkin ap Phillippe
and David ap Powell Goughe; and lands
called Cadogan Landes in Horgro alias
Horgrove in Tethgystowe parish; all
which premises belonged to the said monastery
of Margam; and all possessions of
that mon. in Margam, both within and
without the monastery walls, and in
Brodemede, Brombille, Egloese Nunney,
Cryke and Pentre in Margam parish and
in the parishes of Marcrosse and Pylle,
co. Glam. Also certain woods specified in
Cryke, Margam, Horgrove and Pylle.
The value of the premises exceeds the
price paid by 100l., which is hereby released.
Advowsons excepted. Hampton
Court, 12 July, 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng,
20. Ric. Parker, of Tawstok, Devon.
Grant, in fee, for 1,436l. 7s. 10d., of the
reversion and rent reserved on a Crown
lease to Wm. Porteman, 15 July 28 Hen.
VIII., of Bradford and Hilfaraunce rectories,
Soms., which belonged to Barlyche
priory, for 21 years at 18l. 4s. 6d. rent.
Also grant of the said rectories; the advowson
of Bradford vicarage; the lordship
and manor of Pixton, Soms., which belonged
to Taunton priory; the lordship
and manor of Lynkcombe alias Lyncombe,
Devon, which belonged to Dunkeswell
mon.; the lordship and manor of Wykelangforde
Devon, which belonged to
Frythelstok priory, and the lordship and
manor of Moremaleherb, Devon, which
belonged to Mynchynbuklande mon.,
Soms.; with all appurtenances of the
said lordships and manors in Pixton and
Nynehed, Soms., and in Lynkcombe, Hilfarcombe,
and Bardewodewiger, Devon. Also the
rectory and advowson of the vicarage of
Northemolton, Devon, which belonged to
Lylleshull mon., Salop. Except advowsons
other than above mentioned. Subject
to certain charges. Gulforde, 2 Aug.
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Rayne, 6 Aug.—P.S.
(slightly mutilated). Pat. p. 5, m. 26.
21. Hen. Denys. Licence to alienate
a messuage, &c., in tenure of John Nawscworthie
alias Kyndon, in Northebovye
parish, Devon, which belonged to Bukfast
mon.; to John Sowthcote. Terlyng, 6
Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p 6, m. 20.
22. Sir Rice Manxell. Licence to
alienate the site, &c., of Margam mon., co.
Glam., granges called the Upper Graunge,
Newgraunge, Southowse, Negecourt
Graunge, and Whitecrosse Graunge, with
the fishery in the water of Avon, in the
parishes of Margam and Langonoyd, co.
Glam., the grange called Saynt Mighellys
Graunge, in the parishes of Kenfegg and
Margam, and all his lands in the parishes
of Margam and Langonoyd which are held
of the King in capite; to Sir Edw. Carne,
John Scudamour, Edw. Lewys, John Bassett
of London, Jas. Thomas, Hugh
Manxell brother of Sir Rice, and Reginald
ap Hoell, to the use of the said Sir Rice
and Cecilia his wife, and after their
decease to the use of Edw. Manxell. one of
the sons of the said Sir Rice and the heirs
male of his body, and, in default, to the
use of Ant. Manxell, another son of the
said Sir Rice, and the heirs male of his
body. The above estate in remainder to
Ant. Manxell to be annulled whenever
Philip Manxell. son and heir apparent of
of the said Sir Rice, or his heirs, shall
grant to the said Anthony and the heirs
male of his body the whole grange of Langwyte
and tithe of Penvey. co. Glam.,
without encumbrance; and then the use
of the premises, in default of heirs male
of the said Edw. Manxell. shall remain to
the said Philip Manxell and the heirs male
of his body, and in default to the use of the
said Anthony and the heirs male of his
body, and in default to the right heirs of
the said Sir Rice. Terlyng, 6 Aug. Pat.
35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 26.
23. Thos. Barnardiston, the King's
servant. Grant, in fee, for 746l. 3s. 10½d.,
of the manor of Dollowe, Beds., which
belonged to St. Albans mon., the wood of
10 ac. called Rowme Wood in Luton,
Beds., rent and service of John Akworthe
for lands in Biscotte, Beds., and all
appurtenances of the said manor in Luton
parish; also the manor of Wrattyng alias
Moche Wrattyng, Suff., woods called
Alburnshey Coppice alias Aldershey
Coppice, 80 ac. 1 ro., Thryllowe Coppice
alias Thurlowe Coppice, 16 ac. 8 ro., and
three smaller woods (named) in Wrattyng,
Thurlow and Wethersfeld, Suff., and all
appurtenances of the manor in Magna
Wrattyng, Parva Wrattyng, Wrattyng
Talworth, Thurlow and Wethersfeld,
Suff.; also the advowson of the rectory
of Magna Wrattyng; which premises
in Wrattyng, &c., belonged to the late
Queen Jane. Also grant of the moiety
of Haverynges manor, Beds., which
belonged to Ric. Fermour, convicted of
transgressions and contempts against the
King, and seven woods (names and extents
given) in Luton parish which belonged to
Fermour, and all appurtenances of the
said moiety in Haverynges and Luton.
Oking, 25 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Walden, 8 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 20.
24. John Dixson, elk., late of Wakefield,
Yorks., and Wm. Bromehed. of
Myddelton, Yorks. Pardon of all treasons
and misprisions of treasons committed
before the date of this. Oking. 29 July
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 8 Aug.—
P. S. Pat. p. 9, m. 12.
25. Wm. Cooke, of Chesterton, Camb.
Grant, in fee, for 380l. 17s. 9d., of Knappewell
manor, Camb., which belonged to
Ramsey mon. with the advowson of the
parish church of Knappewell and a wood
of 7 ac. called Knappewell Wood, all which
belonged to Ramsey. Guildeford, 2 Aug.
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 9 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 1, m. 39.
26. Nic. Tycheborne of Tycheborne.
Hants. Grant, in fee. for 213l. 14s. of
Meryfelde manor, Hants., which belonged
to Newark priory. Surr., Meryfelde Wood
and all appurtenances of the manor in
Westysted and Ropley. Hants., and all
possessions of the priory in these places.
Oking, 29 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Walden 10 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 1. m. 38.
27. Ambrose Bekwith. Licence to
alienate the house, &c., of the late Friars
Carmelites in York, and certain messuages
(tenants named) in York, which belonged
to the said Friars, and a messuage in St.
Andrew's gate in York (position described),
in tenure of Wm. Beckwith, which belonged
to Marton priory, Yorks.; to Wm.
Beckwith, of York. Walden, 10 Aug.
Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 21.
28. Thos. Baret, LL.D., King's chaplain.
Presentation to the rectory of St.
Olave in Southwark, Surr., Winchester
dioc., void by death and in the King's gift
by the attainder of Sir Thos. Crumwell
lord Crumwell. Guildford, — (blank)
Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 11 Aug.
—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 37.
29. Wm. Lupton, clk. Presentation
to Hawkeswell rectory in the archdeaconry
of Richmond, Chester dioc., void by
resignation of Cuthb. Hutchonson and in
the King's gift by dissolution of the mon.
of St. Mary, York. Sonnynghill, 5 Aug.
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 11 Aug.—
P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 37.
30. John Richebell, one of the King's
footmen. Lease of the lordship or manor
of Laverton, Soms., for 21 years, at
17l. 6s. 8d. rent, from the expiration of a
21 years' lease, 4 July 17 Hen. VIII., to
Wm. Crouche. Okyng, 29 July 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Walden, 13 Aug.—P.S. Pat.
p. 1, m. 13.
31. Ric. Paxsall, the King's servant.
Grant, in fee, for 530l. 10s., of the manor
of Alton Estbroke, Hants, a mill there, a
tenement called le Dexhouse and two
other tenements (tenants named); and a
wood of 22 ac. called Abbottes Cliffe in the
parish of Alton Estbroke; all which belonged
to Hide mon. Sonnynghill, 8 Aug.
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 15 Aug.—
P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 37.
32. Jas. Gunter, of Aburgeyny, co.
Monm. Licence to alienate a meadow
called Gwirlod Vaure in tenure of Walter
Williams and four closes of pasture
(named) in the parish St. Mary of Aburgeynye,
which belonged to Aburgeynye
priory; to Jas. Morgane Lloyd of Llanvenarth,
co. Monm. Walden, 15 Aug.
Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 37.
33. Edw. Fenes lord Clynton and Saye
and Robt. Turwytt. Licence to alienate
lands in Fleckney, Leic., parcel of Wystowe
rectory, which belonged to Sulby mon.,
Ntht.; to Thos. Harvy. Walden, 16 Aug.
Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 1.
34. Clement Heigham. Grant, in fee,
for 426l. 11s. 7½d., of Semere manor, Suff.,
in his tenure, which belonged to Bury St.
Edmund's mon., with the advowson of
the rectory and certain woods (named) in
Semere. Sonnynghill. 5 Aug. 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Walden, 16 Aug.—P.S. Pat.
p. 1, m. 40.
35. Thos. Grey. Licence to alienate
lands in Fleckney, Leic., in tenure of Thos.
Howett, which belonged to the mon. of
St. Mary de Pratis, Leicester, and lands
(specified and tenants named) in Empyngham,
Stretton and Whitwell, Rutl., which
belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem and
Dynglay preceptory, Ntht., and all possessions
of St. John's and Dyngley in Empyngham,
Stretton in le Strete, and
Whitwell; to Sir John Harryngton. Walden,
16 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6,
36. Thos. Grene, the King's servant.
Grant, in fee, for 151l. 3s. 4d., of
Bobbyng rectory, Kent, which belonged to
St. Sexburgh's priory in Shepey, with
appurtenances in Bobbyng, Iwade, Halstowe
and Newington, Kent, now leased to
Thos. Grene; with the advowson of the
vicarage. Sonnynghill, 8 Aug. 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Walden, 16 Aug.—P.S. Pat.
p. 9, m. 13.
37. John Boote. Pardon and licence
to reside with his wife and family in
Calais, from which, being then one of the
retinue, he was banished by the late
Robt. earl of Sussex and other commissioners.
Oking, 29 July 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Walden, 16 Aug.—P.S. (In English.)
Pat. p. 16, m. 4.
38. Geoff. Shakerley of Shakerley,
Lanc. Licence to alienate all lands in
Pyllardyngton, Warw., which belonged to
Shene priory, Surr., to Wm. Holte, of
London. Walden, 18 Aug. Pat. 35
Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 37.
39. Thos. White, clerk of the Crown
and the King's attorney in the King's
Bench. and Agnes his wife. Grant, in
fee to the said Thos., for 403l. 6s. 11d., of
the manor and lordship of Crowdale alias
Crowdishole. Hants., which belonged to
Crowland mon., Linc., as parcel of
the cell of Fryeston; the manor
of Anstye. Hants., which belonged to
Battle abbey, Suss., and all appurtenances
of these manors in Southwarborne and
Alton, Hants.; a pension of 4l. out of
Southwarborne church, which belonged
to Crowland mon., and all lands in tenure
of the said Thos. White in Southwarborne
which belonged to Crowland and Fryeston;
the advowson of Southwarborne rectory and
a wood of 3 ac. called Crowdale Grove in
Southwarborne parish which belonged to
Crowlande; and a wood of 10 ac. called
Anstye Wood, in Alton parish. which
belonged to Battle. Guildeford. 2 Aug.
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden. 18 Aug.—
P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 5.
40. Wm. Eccliston. Grant, in fee,
for 244l. 7s. 4½d., of Singleton grange, in
the parish of Kirkham, Lanc., which
belonged to Cokersande mon., and lands (8
tenants named) in Kirkham parish, and (5
tenants named) in Midleigh in the said
parish of Kirkham in Amoundernes,
Lanc., all which belonged to Cokersande.
Also a messuage. &c., in tenure of Barnard
Smyth, which belonged to the late marquis
of Exeter, attainted, lying outside the
eastern gate of the town of Tottun, Devon,
abutting on the tenement of St. Mary's
church on the east, John Bidlake's tenement
on the west, the High Street on the
north, and the garden of John Rider.
keeper of the chapel of St. Edmund upon
the bridge of Totton, on the south. Also
the advowson of Norton rectory. Suff.
Sonnynghill, 10 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Walden. 20 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 11.
41. Ric. Love, Wm. Hogeson, Wm.
Beverley, John Fostall and Chas. Wolman.
Grant of the office of maker of the
King's gunpowder, with 6d. a day
each. Okyng, 29 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Walden, 21 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 4.
42. Robert Cheyney and John Cheyney,
his son. Grant. in fee. for 50l. 2s.
6d., of the land and wood of 110 ac. called
the manor of Cheverey, lately leased to
John Cheyney in Aston Clinton parish.
Bucks., as parcel of the demesne lands of
Aston Cheverey, Bucks., which belonged
to Margaret countess of Sarum, attainted;
also a virgate and a half of land containing
26 ac. of land and 6 ac. of wood upon the
hill called Byttons next Bradneg in the
same parish, which belonged to Aston
Cheverey manor. Moore, 21 Aug. 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 24 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 1, m. 35.
43. Sir Edw. Carne. Grant, in fee,
for 453l. 18s. 1½d., of Colwynston manor,
co. Glam., which belonged to Dertford
priory, Kent; and the house, &c., of the
late Friars Preachers of Newporte, Monm.,
and a close of arable land in Newporte
parish leased with the said house to
Maurice Baker; except advowsons and
leaden roofs of the Friars. Moore, 21
Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 24
Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 4.
44. Thos. Knight, the King's servant.
Grant, in fee, for 726l. 9s. 1d., of Hooe
manor, Hants, which belonged to Southwyke
mon., with three messuages called
Roseys and Polense in Hooe, and all
possessions of Southwyke mon. in Hooe.
Also Tymmisburye manor, Hants, which
belonged to St. Mary's mon., Winchester,
with certain meadows, &c. (named, and
tenants named) in Tymmisburye. Also
Rothercombe manor, Hants, which belonged
to Newarke mon., Surr. Also
several woods (names and extents given)
in Hooe, the forest of Berr, and Rothercombe,
Hants. Moore, 21 Aug. 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Walden, 24 Aug.—P.S. Pat.
p. 9, m. 7.
45. Ric. Androys and Nic. Temple.
Licence to alienate a messuage called
Cubley in Penyston parish, Yorks., which
belonged to Monkebretton mon., in tenure
of Ric. Bylclyff; to Wm. Turton.
Westm., 24 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII.,
p. 13, m. 13.
46. Ric. Andrewes and Nic. Temple.
Licence to alienate :—
i. Lands called le Priors Land in
Myleham, Suff. (sic), which belonged
to Hempton priory, in tenure of
Wm. Davy, clk.; to Thomas Grove.
Westm., 25 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII.,
p. 6, m. 21.
ii. A messuage, &c., in Pikton in
Cleveland within Kyrkelevyngton parish,
Yorks., which belonged to Helaugh priory,
in tenure of John Whytton and Ric. his
son; to Wm. Gays, girdler, of London.
Westm., 25 Aug. Ib.
iii. The site and chief messuage of
Turkedeane manor, Glouc., in tenure of
Wm. Walter, which belonged to Lanthony
priory, and lands (specified and tenants
named) in Turkeden and Netherturkeden
which also belonged to Lanthony; to
Wm. Walter. Westm., 25 Aug. Ib. m. 33.
47. Wm. Sharyngton. Licence to
alienate the lordships and manors of
Culme St. Denis and Calcott alias Caldicott,
Glouc., which belonged to Tewkesbury
mon., and all possessions of Tewkesbury
in Culne St. Denis and Calcot alias
Caldicote in tenure of Hugh Westwood,
John Peche and Eliz. Baggyer, widow; to
Hugh Westwood. Westm., 25 Aug. Pat.
35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 30.
48. Hen. Cruche, the King's servant.
Grant, in fee, for 788l. 19s. 5d., of the site,
&c., of Gresley priory. Derb., with all
appurtenances in Gresley parish, viz., 3
mills, herbage of Bumley Wood and le
Parke, and certain closes and lands (names
and extents given which formed the
demesne lands of the priory and are leased
to Cruche. Also lands in Church Gresley
and Castel Gresley, Derb., in tenure of
Ralph Hethe and eight others named;
Gresley rectory; a messuage called Messe
Place in Hethcote, Derb, in tenure of Wm.
Holmes and Alice his wife and Henry his
son; lands in Donasthorpe (three tenants
named), in Bowthorpe (four tenants), and
in Swatlingcoote, Derb. (one tenant); and
woods (extents given) called Bumley Wood,
le Brache, Bumley Common, the Common
Wood Abbeyparke Wood in Gresley
parish; all which premises belonged to
Gresley priory. Oking, 29 July 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Walden 25 Aug—P.S. Pat.
p. 9, m. 13.
49. Thos. Knyght, one of the clerks
of the Signet. Licence to alienate Rothercomb
manor, Hants., which belonged to
Newarke mon , Surr.; to — (blank)
Vuedale. Walden, 25 Aug. Pat. 35
Hen. VIII., p. 12, m. 7.
50. Thos. Godwyn. Grant, in fee, for
735l. 7s. 7d., of Cockespitte manor, Devon,
which belonged to Polslo priory; Ayshclyst
manor, Devon, which belonged to
Torr mon.; Hyckmans manor, Midd., in
tenure of Robt. Becket, which belonged to
the New Hospital of St. Mary without
Bishopsgate, London; Odwell manor,
Essex, which belonged to St. John's of
Jerusalem; lands called Pyttefelde, of 80
ac., in Seynour alias Senover, Derb., in
tenure of John Brayleforth, which belonged
to Thurgarton mon.; the advowson of
Payhembery vicarage, Devon, which belonged
to Forde mon.; two messuages,
&c., in the parishes of Plymtre and Payhembery,
Devon, leased to John Salter
and Thomasina his wife, and to Thos.
Merker, Eleanor his wife, and Henry their
son, which belonged to Polslo priory; a
chief messuage, called Aysheclyst ferme in
Brodeclyst, Devon, with the demesne lands
or berton lands of Ashclyst manor, leased
to Wm. Adam, which belonged to Torre
mon.; a toft in the parish of Bygrave next
Baldocke, Herts., and lands called Monkes
lands leased with it to John Bolles, which
belonged to St. Albans mon.; and lands
(specified and position given with regard
to Mylkwifbridge, Hallywell Path gate,
and lands in tenure of Rog. Barker and of
Thos. Leighe and Hen. Polsted among the
lands of Hallywell mon.) in Argarston
within the parish of Shortdiche, Midd.,
belonging to Hickmans manor. Sonnynghill,
10 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden,
26 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 3, m. 3
51. Sir Geo. Cotton, the King's
servant, and Mary his wife. Grant, in
tail male to the said George, in consideration
of his services, of Pulton
manor, Chesh., the farm of Pulton in
Pulforde parish, Chesh., and lands called
Pulton in Pulton, Pulforde, Dodleston,
Chirton and Chester, Chesh., and all
appurtenances lying beyond the forest of
La Mare and in the places above named,
in tenure of Hen. Manley, also the chapel
of Pulton; all which belonged to Delacres
mon., Staff. Moore, 19 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Walden, 26 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 15,
52. John Edmondes, of Dodyngton,
Oxon. Grant, in fee, for 322l. 13s. 4d., of
Clanfelde manor, Oxon, which belonged to
Quenyngton preceptory, Glouc., and St.
John's of Jerusalem, and all possessions
of the preceptory in Clanfelde; also the
rectory and the advowson of the vicarage
of Clanfelde, which belonged to Elnestowe
mon., Beds.; subject to certain charges
out of the rectory to Eton College and
Alscote rectory. Moore, 23 Aug. 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 27 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 1, m. 36.
53. Michael Fox, of London, grocer.
Grant, in fee, for 571l. 3s. 9d., of the site,
&c., of Chacombe priory, Ntht., and certain
lands in Chacombe parish leased with
the same to Sir Edm. Knightley; the
lands (some specified) of a large number
of tenants (named) in Chacombe parish;
and the rectory and advowson of the
vicarage of Chacombe; all which belonged
to Chacombe priory. More, 23 Aug. 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 27 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 9, m. 1.
54. Ant. Rous, the King's servant.
To be comptroller of Calais, vice Sir Edw.
Ryndgeley, with usual powers, and fees
from 6 Oct. last, during pleasure; also, for
support of him and clerks, an annuity of
80l. from 6 Oct. last, to be taken as well
from the custom of 8d. a sack upon wool
leaving the town as from the issues of
the town, as Ryndgeley had it. Hampton
Court. 12 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden,
28 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 31.
55. Hen. Cartwrighte. Grant, in fee
(in consideration of the manors, lands,
&c., in Rigmonde, Husbond Crawley and
Fletewyke, Beds, Brickhill, Bucks, and
Rode and Ashton, Ntht., sold to the Crown
20 June 35 Hen. VIII., and for 25l.
5s. 2d.) of Boycote manor, and a water
mill in Boycote parish, Oxon, in tenure of
Agnes ap Rice, widow, which belonged to
Bitlesden mon.; lands in Brickhill, Bucks,
in tenure of John Harding which belonged
to Dunstaple mon.; the site and demesnes of
Rotheley manor, Leic., in tenure of Humph.
Babyngton, which belonged to St. John's
of Jerusalem and to Dalby preceptory,
Leic.; the manor of Ayelton and Pixley,
Herts (sic), which belonged to Minor Malverne
priory; the site of the said manor
of Ayelton and Pixley called Priours Court,
in tenure of Hugh Taylour and Alice his
wife and John their son. which belonged
to Minor Malverne; Rugge rectory. Herts,
which belonged to St. Alban's mon., in
tenure of Robt. Longe, with the advowson
of the vicarage; a messuage, &c., in the
parishes of Sprotton and Credon alias
Creton. Ntht., in tenure of Thos. Person
alias Arthur, which belonged St. James's
mon. next Northampton; the house of the
late Friars Preachers of Atherston, Warw.,
and several messuages. &c. (tenants named)
within the site of the same house in
Atherston in the parish of Mauncester.
Warw., with reservation to the inhabitants
of Atherston of the church, &c., of the
said Friars; and a wood called Tempelland
Woode in Rotheley which belonged to St.
John's of Jerusalem. Otelande. 21 July 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 28 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 3, m. 6.
56. Ric. Andrews, of Hayles, Glouc.,
and Nic. Temple. Licences to alienate :—
i. The house, &c., of the late Carmelite
friars of Sele, Suss., to Owen Oglethorpe,
clk., and Clement Oglethorpe, yeoman.
Walden, 28 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII.,
p. 5. m. 24.
ii. A close called Warnes Leasue and
lands in Colthrop in Standysshe parish.
Glouc., in tenure of Alice Bonde. widow,
parcel of Harsfelde manor, which belonged
to Lanthony priory; to Wm. Bonde of
Harsfelde. Walden, 28 Aug. Ib. m. 37.
iii. Lands (specified) in tenure of Robt.
Perkyn. in Thurneby, Ntht., which
belonged to Soulby mon.; to Thos Pell,
of Eltyngton, Ntht., and John. his son.
Walden, 28 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII, p.
6. m. 20.
iv. Three messuages (tenants named)
in Haresfelde. Glouc., parcel of Haresfelde
manor, which belonged to Lanthony
priory; to Wm. Watkyns and Thos.
Organs. Walden. 28 Aug. Ib.
v. Pasture and meadow called le More
Heyes. parcel of Shipton manor, Soms.
in the parish of Charletoune Mosgrave,
in tenure of Steph. Andrewes, which
belonged to Marg. countess of Sarum,
attainted; to Ric. Dybbyn. Walden. 28
vi. Ayleworthe manor, Glouc., and
lands (specified and tenants named) in
Coldaston and Naunton. Glouc., which
belonged to St. Oswald's priory; to John
Stratford. sen. Westm. (sic), 28 Aug.
Ib. m. 21.
vii. Lands in Quenton parish, Bucks,
leased to Hen. Cowper, which belonged to
Thame mon.; to Chr. Cary. Walden, 28
Aug. Ib., m. 24.
viii. The farm of the site of Harsfelde
manor and landa at Ryxbridge and Mortonsmeade
and Harsfelde (tenants named)
which belonged to Lanthony priory and
are parcel of Harsfelde manor; to Thos.
Rolle. Walden. 28 Aug. Ib., m. 25.
ix. Bradefeilde grange in Russhedon
parish, Herts, which belonged to Wardon
mon., Beds, in tenure of John Newporte;
to John Newporte Walden 28 Aug. Ib.
x. A messuage in Haylestrete and
another in Colstrcte in Wynchecombe.
Glouc. (tenants named), which belonged to
Wynchelcombe mon.; to Wm. Batell.
Walden. 28 Aug. Ib.
xi. A barn, &c., in Birporte Strete in
Wynchecombe which belonged to Wynchelcombe
mon., and a messuage in
Haylestrete there which belonged to
Tewkysbury mon., tenants named; to
Hen. Hodgekyns alias Hogekyns. Walden.
28 Aug. Ib., m. 26.
xii. The site and chief messuage of
Catebye manor, Leic., which belonged to
Dunstaple priory. Beds, in tenure of Wm.
Ball. and the rectory and advowson of the
vicarage of Exton. Rutl., which belonged
to St. Andrew's priory in Northampton; to
Sir John Harryngton. Walden, 28 Aug.
Ib. m. 27.
xiii Lands specified in tenure of Ric.
Byrt in Haresfelde Glouc., parcel of
Haresfelde manor, which belonged to
Lanthony priory; to Walter Byrte.
Walden, 28 Aug. Ib., m. 29.
xiv. Lands (specified and tenants
named) which are parcel of the demesnes
of Barton Abbatis manor, in the parish of
St. Mary de Lode, Gloucester, which
belonged to St. Peter's mon.; to Giles
Robertes, of — (blank), Glouc. Walden,
28 Aug. Ib., m. 32.
57. Ric. Andrewes and Wm. Romsden.
Licence to alienate lands (specified and
tenants named) in Wakefeld, Yorks.,
which belonged to Monkebretton mon.;
to Ric., Pymond, merchant. Walden,
28 Aug. Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 34.
58. Ric. Fissher. Lease of Hadlowe
manor, Kent, now in his tenure and lately
in that of Thos. Somer, and pasture and
pannage for 30 swine alias "lez hogges"
in Northfrith park; for 21 years; at 11l.
rent. Grenewiche, 25 June 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Walden, 29 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 1,
59. Thos. Godwyn or Goodwyn. Licences
to alienate :—
i. Aishecliste manor, Devon, which belonged
to Torre mon., with appurtenances
in Plymtre, Payhembery and Brodclyff,
Devon; to John Peter, jun., of Torre
Bryn, Devon. — (place blank) 29 Aug.
Pat. 35 Hen. VIII., p. 6, m. 22.
ii. Aischecliste manor, Devon, the chief
messuage called Assheclyste Ferme in
Brodcclyste parish and all lands in Brodeclyst
called "lez demayn landes" of the
manor or Barton Landes leased with the
said chief messuage, to Wm. Adam, and
all appurtenances of the manor in Plymtre,
Payhembery and Brodclyff, Devon,
which premises belonged to Torre mon.;
to John Peter, jun., of Torre Bryan,
Devon. Walden, 29 Aug, Ib., m. 34.
60. Town of Colnbrook. Grant, for
the maintenance of the three bridges and
the highway in the parish of Langley
Marcs and Colbroke, Midd. and Bucks, of
incorporation to the town of Colbroke, and
of a weekly market there on Tuesdays and
annual fairs on the Eve of St. Mark and
on the Eve of SS. Simon and Jude and
the two days preceding each. Guildeford.
4 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden. 29
Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 16, m. 2.
61. Ric. Elyott, of Chepyng Onger,
Essex. Lease of Tracey's manor within the
parish of Stanford Ryvers. Essex, and parcel
of the manor of Stanford Ryvers; for 21
years; at 15l. rent. More. 22 Aug. 35
Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 30 Aug.—P.S.
Pat. p. 1, m. 8.
62. Edw. Stradling and Eliz. his wife.
Grant, in fee to the said Edw., for 183l.
13s. 9d., of the manor of Lantewite. co.
Glam., with tithes on lands called le Moyse
and a water mill in Lantewite parish, which
belonged to Tewkesbury mon. Sonnynghill,
8 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden.
30 Aug.—P.S. (slightly mutilated). Pat.
p. 13, m. 4.
63. Edw. Elryngton. Lease of the
farm of Sutton's in the parish of Stapleford
Tawney. Essex, parcel of Stanford
Ryvers manor. Essex, and in tenure of
John Fynche; for 21 years; at 13l. 6s. 8d.
rent. More, 22 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Walden, 30 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 9.
64. Hugh Jones, groom of the Chamber.
Lease of (1) Lammershe manor.
Essex, and (2) the herbage of the wood
called Westwoode alias Westheywoode
within the lordship of Lammershe, parcel
of the lands of the late Countess of Richmond;
for 21 years; at rents of (1) 14l.
and (2) 22s. In reversion after the expiry
of leases (1) 13 July 16 Hen. VIII., to John
Seyntecler, of the manor and (2) 6 Feb. 30
Hen. VIII., to John Eyer, of the herbage.
&c.; both for 21 years. Sonnynghill. 10
Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden. 30
Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 13. m. 10.
65. John Glascoke. of Stanford
Ryvers. Essex. Lease of the manor or
farm called Brygges and Piggeslande
within the parish of Stanford Ryvers and
lands called Boteleys in Highonger, parcel
of the same, which premises are parcel of
Stanford Ryvers manor; for 21 years; at
6l. 13s. 4d. rent. More, 22 Aug. 35 Hen.
VIII. Del. Walden. 30 Aug.—P.S. Pat.
p. 15. m. 12.
66. Wm. Grene. of London. Lease
of the manor or farm of Stanford Hall
within the parish of Stanford Ryvers.
Essex. parcel of the manor of Stanford
Ryvers, in tenure of Thos. Grene; for 21
years; at 26l. 13s. 4d. rent. More, 22 Aug.
35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden, 30 Aug.—
P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 13.
67. Wm. Babthorpe. Grant, in fee,
for 638l. 13s. 5d., of Flotmanby manor,
Yorks., which belonged to Bridlington
priory. and 33 bovates of land, &c., in
tenure of Wm. Babthorpe and Chas.
Buttre in Flotmanby, which belonged to
Bridlington, and all possessions of the
priory in Flotmanby. Also lands in tenure
of Robt. Sothill and Eliz. his wife and
Henry their son in Northdighton. Yorks.,
which belonged to Rybston preceptory and
St. John's of Jerusalem, a close called
Lady Flatt, late in tenure of Ant. Appulby,
vicar of Hunsingore. and afterwards of
Jas. Letheley in Northdighton. a tenement
in tenure of John Clerke in Kyrkdighton
alias Southdighton. and all other possessions
of Rybston and St. John's in these
places. Also rents, lands and woods in
Wistowe and Fenton. Yorks. which
belonged to Selby mon. Also the lordship
and manor of Newhey, Yorks., which
belonged to Drax priory; and rents and
lands (specified) of numerous tenants,
named. in Newhey in the parish of Drax,
which belonged to Drax; and all possessions
of the priory in Newhey. Also
the grange called Campe in Campe. Yorks.,
a cottage in Folkton, Yorks., and 4d. rent
in Flotmanby, which belonged to Ryvalx
mon. Also a messuage in tenure of Ant.
Hawmond in Saxton and Skardingwell,
Yorks., which belonged to Clementhorpe
priory. Moore. 23 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Walden. 31 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 9.
68. David Martin, the King's servant.
Grant, in fee. for 530l. 13s. 9d., of the
messuage lately called the Abbot of
Glastonburyes House in Westsmythfeld.
in St. Sepulchre's parish. London, which
belonged to the late mon. of Glauston.
Soms., eight messuages. &c. (tenants
named) in Westsmythfeld. twelve messuages
in Coklane. a messuage (tenant
named : in Cowelane. and twenty messuages
(tenants named) in Hosyerlane. all
in St. Sepulchre's parish; also an inn
called le Crowne in Warwykelane in
St. Edwin's parish, London; and a rent of
201bs. of pepper for a tenement in tenure
of Ant. Vyvald in the lane of St. Sitha.
London; all which belonged to the said
monastery. Moore. 21 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII.
Del. Walden, 31 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 15,
69. Thos Vachell. the King's servant.
Grant, in fee, for 126l. 18s. 4½d., of a
cottage. &c., beside Colley Lane in Redyng
Berks, pasture in Weyffetye meade and
Cowykemeade, meadows called Brewers
and Holmans in the hamlets of Whytley
and Colley in Redyng, certain tithes,
common of pasture for 12 beasts called
"rother-beastes" in Colley More, and all
lands leased with the said cottage to Hen.
Horthorne; also certain lands named and
described in Redyng and Colley and a
cottage in Castelstreete without the bars
of Redyng; all which premises are in
Vachell's tenure and belonged to Redyng
mon. More, 23 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del.
Walden. 31 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 15. m. 14.
70. Philip Vanwylder, the King's
servant, and Frances his wife. Grant, in
tail male to the said Philip (in consideration
of 8 tenements, tenants named, in
the parishes of St. Olave and All Saints
next Dowgate. London, sold to the Crown
by them, and for 48l. 20d.). of the reversion
and rent reserved on a Crown lease
to the said Philip. 26 Feb. 31 Hen. VIII.,
of Middelmarshe grange and certain closes.
&c. (named), within the manor of Middelmarshe,
Dors., and certain pasture and
"le Wythybere" within the manor of
Lytlebredye, Dors., which belonged to
Cerne. mon., for 50 years, at 12l. 3s. rent.
Also grant of the premises with all appurtenances
in Litle Bredc alias Lytelbredye
(including the said marsh land and wood
called le Wethebere alias Wythybury).
Oking. 29 July 35 Hen. VIII. Del. Walden.
31 Aug. —P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 15.
71. Jas, Colyer, Grant, in fee, for
400l. 11s., of Stone manor. Staff., rents
and services of five tenants (named) in
Stone, and lands of 48 tenants (named) in
Stone parish; 21 messuages, &c. (specified
and tenants named) mostly in the field
called Stonefeld; six messuages. &c.
(specified and tenants named) in Walton
next Stone, and rents and lands (3 tenants
named) in Darlaston in Stone parish; all
which premises belonged to Stone priory.
Sonnynghill, 10 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. Del
Walden, 31 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 15, m. 16.