London and Middlesex Fines
Mary

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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W. J. Hardy & W. Page (editors)

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1893

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86-89

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Mary', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII - 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 86-89. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78844 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Thomas Amery and Clement Robertys, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Idelstre, in the county of Hertford, and land in Edgeware, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 1.

William Staunford, serjeant-at-law, and Henry Fortescue, esquire. Premises in Southmymmes, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Northmymmes, in the county of Hertford. D.C. Mich. Anno 1.

Margaret Luttrell, widow, late the wife of Sir Andrew Luttrell, knight, deceased, and Thomas Luttrell, esquire, and George Speke, esquire. Two parts of premises and lands in the county of Somerset, and two parts of premises in Chauncery Lane, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 1.

George Nicolls, gentleman, and John Corbett, gentleman. Premises in the parishes of St. Peter, in Westcheape, and St. Mary Magdalene, in Mylkestreate, in the ward of Crepyl gate, London. Remainder to Agnes, wife of the said John. L. Mich. Anno 1.

Ralph Yewell and John Cooke otherwise Arthure, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Harmanesworth. Mich. Anno 1.

William Page and John Warner, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Harowe on the Hill. Mich. Anno 1.

William Staunford and Alice, his wife, and Thomas Fowler, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Iseldon otherwise Islington, Iseldon Barners, Holowaye, otherwise Netherholowaye, and Barnersbery. Mich. Anno 1.

Nicholas Holmes and Thomas Thorneton and Humphrey Dymmocke, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Fulham and Elyng. Mich. Anno 1.

Robert Aldryche, gentleman, and Thomas Saunders, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hillyngdon, Uxbryge, and Colham. Mich. Anno 1.

John Mosse and Henry Fortescue, esquire. Premises in Southmymes and Endfyld. Mich. Anno 1.

Henry Myles and Alice, his wife, and Michael Myles, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Mich. Anno 1.

John Newdegate, the elder, esquire, John Newdegate, the younger, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, and Robert Tyrwhitt, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Morehall, and premises, including the church, in Herefelde. Mich. Anno 1.

Robert Wolman and Thomas Saunders, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hyllyngdon. Mich. Anno 1.

William Vernon and Elizabeth Kyng, widow, and William Rede, gentleman. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 1.

Thomas Smythson and Robert Pounte, and Margaret, his wife, and Alexander Crosyer, son and heir of John Crosyer. Premises in Wyllesdon. Mich. Anno 1.

William Churchman and Roger Grene, gentleman. Land in Popler and Stepney. Mich. Anno 1.

Laurence Tylman otherwise Tyman, and Alice, his wife, and John Franke, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Est Smythfeld, in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate, London. Hil. Anno 1.

Sir John Gresham, alderman, of London, and John Southcote, gentleman, and Thomas Leveson, citizen and mercer, of London, and Ursula, his wife. Premises in Iseldon alias Islyngdon, Holwaye, and Edmunton. Hil. Anno 1.

John Warley and Thomas Marowe, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stebunheth, and Popler. Hil. Anno 1.

Robert Ostre and John Keyser, and Barbara, his wife, and William Milton, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Edmonton. Hil. Anno 1.

James Richardson and John Robertes, and Thomas Robertes, esquire, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Clerkenwell. Easter Anno 1.

The mayor, commonalty, and citizens, of London, and Robert Melysshe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Nine messuages and gardens in Goldynglane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate. Easter Anno 1.

Robert Hartop, gentleman, and William Fowler, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in "Seynt Johns Strete." Easter Anno 1.

Anthony Antonye, of London, gentleman, and Humphrey Smyth otherwise Newaye, of the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate, London, smith, and Hugh Losse, esquire, and Agnes, his wife. Messuages, wharfes, and premises in Est Smythfelde. Easter Anno 1.

Thomas Carns and George Frevile, esquires, and Sir William Paget, K.G., lord Paget of Beawdesert, and Anne, his wife. The manors of Drayton otherwise called West Drayton, Harmondesworth, Puryplace, Padbury otherwise called Padbers, Luddyngton, and Barnards, and premises including four mills, in Drayton, West Drayton, Harmondesworth, Sibbeston, Hitherowe, Longforde, Puryplace, Padbury otherwise Padbers, Malynghawe, Luddyngton, Barnards, and Rieslyppe, and view of frankpledge in Drayton, and the advowson of the churches of Drayton and Harmondesworth, in the county of Middlesex; and manor of Beaudesert and lands, including iron and coal mines, in the county of Stafford; and various manors and lands in the counties of Derby and Buckingham. Mention of Sir Christopher Aleyn, knight, and Sir Henry Lee, knight. Remainders. D.C. Trin. Anno 1.

Edmund Smyth, and Alice, his wife, and John Fitz, gentleman, and Anne, his wife, and John Gardyner. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 1.

Thomas Leigh, citizen and alderman, of London, and Edward Elrington, esquire. Premises in Shordyche and Hoggeston otherwise Hoggesdon. Trin. Anno 1.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight, and Thomas Leyton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Shortedyche. Trin. Anno 1.