23. William de Ely, treasurer of the lord and king,
and Roger Enganet. A messuage in vico de Westmonasterio,
to wit, in the close of the said William.—London and
29. Gilebert de Hendon, and John, abbot, and the
Convent of St. Alban. A ditch between the wood of
Boreham and the wood of Hendon, and the common of the
wood of Boreham.—Middlesex and Hertford.—Anno 4.
71. Constantine, son of Laurence, and Juliana, his wife,
and Henry, son of Reinerus. Seven messuages in the parish
of St. Clement Danes. Mention of Richard, Desiderata,
and Isabella, children of the said Juliana. Witnesses:
Henry, mayor of London, William de Anerhill, Roger, son
of Alan, Alan, son of Peter, Thomas de Anerhill, John
Bocoint, Arnulf, son of Arnulf, and the whole Court of the
Temple. Made in the Court of the Knights of the Temple,
at the New Temple, London. [No date].