London and Middlesex Fines
Philip and Mary

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

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1893

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89-105

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Philip and Mary', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII - 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 89-105. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78845 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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PHILIP AND MARY.

Anne Twolarge, widow, and Owen Clune, and Richard Semper otherwise Sentpyer, citizen and draper, of London, and Avice, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of St. Andrew Hubbert, London. L. Mich Anno 1 and 2.

John Adyngton and Christopher Adyngton and Agnes Syke, widow, Ellen Adyngton, and Margery Adyngton, daughters of William Adyngton, late of Banbury, in the county of Oxford. The moiety of three messuages in the parish of St. Antony, in London. L. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Thomas Dale and John Whytehorne, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight, and Christiana, his wife, and Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, and George Lovell, gentleman. Premises in Hollowaye and Isseldon. Mich Anno 1 and 2.

John Sympson and Thomas Warde, and Margaret, his wife, and Ralph Baxter, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Estbedfount and Hatton. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

William Budder and Constance, his wife, and John Keyser. and Barbara, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Martin Daggworth. Premises in Edmonton. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Roger Trygge, gentleman, and Thomas Devyne otherwise Deane, and Elizabeth, his wife, late the wife of Giles Harryson, deceased. A messuage and brewhouse called "le Reed Lyon," and two gardens in the parish of St. Botolph in Est Smythefeld, near London, and other premises in the parish of St. Botolph. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

John Drauer, citizen and draper, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Edward Saunders, one of the justices of the Common Bench, and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Carewe, gentleman. The moiety of the manor of Rombelles otherwise Rumbolles, and of premises in Stebunheth. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

John Whytehorne and William Allexander, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. A messuage in Westminster. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Stephen Cleybroke and William Tracy, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

William Parker, citizen and draper, of London, and Sir Edward North, knight, Lord North of Byrtlyng, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Duckettes. and premises in Tottenham, Harnesey, and Duckettes. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Gilbert Gerrard. esquire, and Hugh Wryght, of Harrow upon the Hill, esquire. Premises in Harrow upon the Hill. Hil. Anno 1 and 2.

Robert Huncke, gentleman, and Mathew Norton, and Clementia, his wife. Premises, called Whytewelles, in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 1 and 2.

John Jermyn, citizen and innholder, of London, and Christopher Campyon, citizen and mercer, of London, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Bysshoppeshall, in the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon, without Algate, London. Hil. Anno 1 and 2.

Laurence Elyott and Richard Bydon, esquire. Premises in Godalyng and Milford, in the parish of Witley. Hil. Anno 1 and 2.

Benedict Spynola, merchant of Genoa, and Thomas Colshill, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Hil. Anno 1 and 2.

Stephen Coldewell and Gerald Legh and John Gylmen, gentleman, and Ellen, his wife. A messuage called "le Whyte Swanne," in the parish of St. Botolph, near Byllyngesgate. L. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Thomas Awtye and Edmund Tyllyarde, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Harrow. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Peter Baseley and John Barnes, and Sibilla, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Thomas Spence, citizen and mercer, of London, and Robert Clerke, citizen and haberdasher, of London. Premises in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in West Smythfeld, in the suburbs of London. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

William Bellamy, gentleman, and Roger Bellamy. A brewhouse and premises in Hadley and Edmonton. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Sir Roger Cholmeley and lady Christiana, his wife, and Thomas Fowler, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises, with three acres of land covered with water, in Isseldon. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Alan Harrowe and Ralph Whasshe, and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Whasshe. Premises in Fulham. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Robert Theccher and John Horton, and Blanche, his wife. Premises in Stanes. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Edmund Hampden, gentleman, and William Greynder, and Felicia, his wife. Premises in Lyttelton, Sunberye, and Sheperton. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

William Pyckley and William Bourne, and Joan, his wife. A messuage called Dynes, and premises in Feltham. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Thomas Gardner and Robert Hayes, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

William Blakwall, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, and George Hall, gentleman, son and heir of John Hall, gentleman, Premises in Hendon. Easter Anno 1 and 2.

Richard Edlen and Richard Snowe, and Alice, his wife. The third part premises in Tatridge, in the county of Hertford; and Hendon, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Trin. Anno 1 and 2.

Thomas Ferneham, gentleman, and Thomas Wright, and Thomas Leigh, esquire. Premises in Hallywell, Shordisshe, Hargolston, and Stebenneth, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in the county and city of York. D.C. Trin. Anno 1 and 2.

Richard Lee and Oliver Armestronge. Premises in Wyllesdon. Trin. Anno 1 and 2.

John Keble, gentleman, and Michael Archer, gentleman. Premises in London. Remainders to Roger Manwood. L. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

Richard Weston and Gilbert Gerard, esquires, and John Dormer, citizen and merchant, of London, son of Sir Michael Dormer, knight, deceased. Premises in the parish of St. Laurence, Old Jewry, London, in the ward of Creplegate. L. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

John Aysshe and John Gylmen, gentleman, and Ellen, his wife. Five messuages in the parishes of St. Margaret, in Bridgestrete, next Roderlane, of S. Leonard in Estchepe, and of St. Andrew Hubberd in Estchepe. Mention of Richard Adam. Remainders to Nicholas Chatfeld. L. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Christoper Bumsted and George Pekham, gentleman, and John Reynolds, and Christiana, his wife. Premises in Holywell. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Philip Stone and Anne, his wife, and William Ferrys, and Cecilia, his wife. Premises in Kensyngton. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Thomas Warner, otherwise Butler, and Beatrice, his wife, and Thomas Kynwelmershe, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

John Mascall and Dorothy, his wife, and Sir Thomas Chaloner, knight, and Joan, his wife. Land in Shordyche, Halywell, Hoggeston, and Hackney. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

John Snowe, the younger, and Catherine, his wife, and William Harryson, and Isabella, his wife, and Thomas Harryson, son and heir of the same William. Land in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Eliseus Hartoppe, gentleman, and Robert Andrewe, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Robert Good and Antony Maxey, gentleman. Premises in Stanes, Estbedfount, and Laleham. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Edward Gryffyn, esquire, attorney-general, and William Huddy otherwise Hoody, esquire. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, in High Holborne without the Bars. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Robert Bedell and Ambrose Nicolas, citizen and salter, of London, and Jane, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

John Wetherhyll and Thomas Devyn, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clare, within the precincts of the late house or priory of the Minories, without Algate. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Sir William Paget, K.G., lord Paget of Beawdesert, and Thomas Carus, esquire, and Walter Tupper, gentleman. Premises in St. Clement Danes. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

John Craythorne and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Punchyn, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife. A messuage called "le Bell Savage," otherwise "le Bell Savoy," and premises in Flete Street, in the parish of St. Bride, and in the parish of St. Martin in "Bowyerrowe," London. L. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Richard Totthill and Robert Holbeck, and Jartruda (sic) his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Dunstan, in the West, London. L. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

John Colte, gentleman, and John Gryggys, and Henry Colte, gentleman, son and heir apparent of George Colte, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Suffokes, and premises in Enfeld, in the county of Middlesex, and land in the county of Essex. D.C. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

William Nicholls and Thomas Nicholls, his son, and Sir Charles Stourton, knight, lord Stourton, and lady Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Margaret, within the city of Westminster. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

William Colshyll, gentleman, and John Cotton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

Giles Isham, esquire, Gregory Isham, and John Isham, and Henry Belamy, citizen and mercer, of London, and Ella, his wife. Premises in Hadley and Southmymes. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

John Whitpayne and Thomas Hilton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, in Sordyche. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

Thomas Leigh, citizen and alderman, of London, and Sir Roland Hyll, knight, and Sir Thomas Holcrofte, knight, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Willesdon, Kylborne, and Hamsted. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

William Rous and Richard Welby, esquire, and Dorothy, his wife. Land in Greneford. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

The master, fellows, and scholars of Balliol College, Oxford, and Thomas Roberth otherwise Robards, esquire, and Margery, his wife, late the wife of Sir Walter Hendley, knight. Premises within the precincts of the late monastery of Clerkenwell, in Clerkenwell. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

Sir Thomas Pope, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Roberth otherwise Robards, esquire, and Margery, his wife, late the wife of Sir Walter Hendley, knight. The site and messuage of the late house or monastery of Clerkynwell, &c., in Clerkynwell. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

John Stone and Henry Campyon, gentleman. Premises in Totenham. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

John Merye and Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Leonard in Shordiche. Easter Anno 2 and 3.

William Mounsaugh and William Byrde, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Hyllyngdon and Cowley. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

Richard Browne and Roger Smyth, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Est Bedfount. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

Thomas Offley, citizen and alderman, of London, and Robert Hennage, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Hackeney. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

John Harryson, citizen and goldsmith, of London, and William Hobson, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Totnam and Edmondton. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

Thomas Leigh, citizen and alderman, of London, and James Brande, gentleman, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Islyngton. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

Sir William Paget, K.G., lord Paget of Beawdesert, and John Taylor, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, and Stronde. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

John Stretes, citizen and in holder, of London, and Thomas Broke, esquire, and Anne, his wife, and Henry Brown, merchant of the staple of Calais, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn. Notes of Fines. Trin. Anno 2 and 3.

Elizabeth Parr, widow, and William Rawlynsons, and Agnes, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in the ward of Farryngdon Without. L. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Owen Clune and John Villers, gentleman, and Thomasina, his wife, Richard Semper and Avice, his wife, Nicholas Mowyer, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Andrew Hubbert and St. Margaret Patens, and in Smyth Lane otherwise Smythes Lane, and Philpot Lane otherwise Phylpote Lane, in the city of London. L. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Edward Broke and Richard Broke and Thomas Carewe, esquire. The moiety of premises in London. L. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Andrew Tusser and Thomas Tusser, gentleman, and Margery his wife, and Humphrey Chesshier. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Doughtye and Derick Lyghtesfoot, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Garthe, gentleman, and Henry Michell, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Samson Michell. Premises in Chauncery Lane, within the parish of St. Dunstan in the West, London. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

John Pulliver and Robert Wood, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Norton Folgate. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

William Veysey and Richard Mansfeld, and Jane, his wife, daughter and coheir of Robert Asteley. The moiety of premises in "Sent John's Strete," St. Sepulchre, and St. Martin in the Fields. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

George Clopton, gentleman, and Thomas Rydley, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of land in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Sir Gilbert Dethyke, knight, and Sir Thomas Holcroste, knight, and Juliana, his wife. Land in Stebunhuthe. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Henry Campyon and Clement Pope, and Margaret, his wife, daughter and heir of Alice Cooke, late the wife of Richard Cooke, deceased, sister and heir of Henry Courtman, deceased. Premises in Tottenham. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Edmund Wyndsore and George Hadley, esquires, and Miles Goodwyn, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Laleham. Remainders to Thomas Goodwyn, son of the aforesaid Miles, and Anne. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Henry Page and William Page and William Whyte, the elder, gentleman, and John Whyte, son of the aforesaid William. The manor of Cofers otherwise Coferers, otherwise Kyngsbery, and premises, with site of a water mill, and free fishery in the water of Braynt otherwise Brayntbrydge, and in Kyngesbery, Wyllesdon and Hendon. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

William Bromley, gentleman, and Robert Fletewoode, gentleman, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Perecrofte felde, and Cowley Peche, otherwise Coveley. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Haddon and Thomas Bradforth and Hugh Fyssher, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Shordyche. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Shorwood and John Welbeck, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Istelworth, Twyckenham, Worton and Whitton. Remainders to the Agmondesham family. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Curtys, citizen and alderman, of London, and Thomas Hilton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hoggerston, in the parish of St. Leonard in Shordyche. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Geoffrey Walkeden, citizen and skinner, of London, and Margaret, his wife, and Edward Gylbert, citizen and goldsmith, of London, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Geoffrey Walkeden, citizen and skinner, of London, and Margaret, his wife, and Henry Campyon, citizen and mercer, of London, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Geoffrey Walkeden, citizen and skinner, of London, and Margaret, his wife, and Clement Pope, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Tottenham otherwise Totnam. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Edward Broke and Richard Broke and Thomas Carewe, esquire. Land in Stepenhyth and Hakney. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Stephen Claybroke and Henry Parker, gentleman. Two messuages in London. L. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

William Austen and Hugh Robertson and Anne, his wife. Premises in Hoxton, in the parish of Shordyche. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

Ranulf Cholmeley, esquire, recorder of the city of London, and William Parker, citizen and clothier, of London, and Margery, his wife. Land in Haryngey. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

The king and queen and Adrian Stokes, esquire, and lady Frances, duchess of Suffolk, his wife, daughter and coheir of Charles, late duke of Suffolk, deceased, Sir Henry Stanley, knight, lord Straunge, and Margaret, his wife, daughter and heir of Eleanor, late countess of Cumberland, deceased, another daughter and coheir of the aforesaid duke, and Sir William Stanley, knight, son and heir of Mary, late lady Mountegle, deceased, another daughter and coheir of the aforesaid duke, and Anne, his wife. The capital messuage or mansion, commonly called Suffolke Place, otherwise called Norwyche Place, and premises in the parish of St. Martinin-the-Fields. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

John Barker and John Warner. Premises in Hendon. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Bull and Stephen Bull and George Barley, and Eleanor, his wife. Land in Stebenheth. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

Anne Fyssher, widow, and William Whyte, citizen and merchant taillor, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Chelsyth, otherwise Chelsey. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

John Goddard, the elder, and Robert Preston, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Endfeld. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

William Franklyne and Margaret, his wife, and Richard Franklyne, and Goditha, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

John Semer, otherwise Holden, and John Lofte, and Agnes, his wife, Oswald Davy, and Emeria, his wife, and Isabella Budder, widow, daughters of Robert Semer, otherwise Holden. A messuage called " Stacy," and half an acre of land in Enfelde. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

Henry Broun, merchant of the staple of Calais, and Thomas Broke, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The moiety of three messuages and land in the parishes of St. Andrew, in Holborne, St. Pancras, and St. Sepulchre. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Blake and Roland Browne and Elizabeth Gryffyn, widow. Premises in Est Bedfount and West Bedfount. Remainders to Henry Blake and Joan, his wife. Hil. Anno 3 and 4.

Hugh Griffith, gentleman, and Richard Gwyn, gentleman, and Henry Fortescew, esquire. Manors and lands in the counties of Essex and Hertford, and the manor of Browkemans otherwise Brokemanns, and premises in Northmyms and Southmyms, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

William Nicholson and Geoffrey Lewes, and Ellen, his wife. Fourteen messuages in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. L. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

William Foorth, esquire, and Joan Knyght, widow, Richard Knyght, the younger, son of Humphrey Knyght, and William Knyght, son and heir of the same Humphrey. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, next Christchurche. L. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Alvered Mychell, gentleman, and Richard Hylton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises and a wharf in the parish of St. Michael, next Quenehith, London. L. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Tebold, gentleman, and John Dodyngton, and William Dodyngton, gentlemen. Premises in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, within a close there called Great Saynte Bartholomewes Close, in Westsmythfylde, London. L. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Patchett and William Honysdon, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

George Basford, citizen and "lether-seller," of London, and Francis Bertye, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

William Blackwell, gentleman, and John Spycer, and John Forster, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Edgeware. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Sir Arthur Darey, knight, and Antony Browne, viscount Mountague, and Magdalen, his wife. A capital messuage called " Le Neate," and premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Henry Nedeler and William Dene, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Istylworthe, Twyckenham, and Brayntforth. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Roger Harreyonge, and Anne Armorer, widow, and Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Land in Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordyche. Mention of Margaret Hareyonge, widow. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Haddon and Alice, his wife, and Thomas Marrow, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordyche. Mention of Margaret Hareyonge, widow. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

William Drowte, citizen and baker, of London, and Sir Francis Jobson, of Colchester, in the county of Essex, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Stebunheth and Popler. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

John Duck and Cecilia, his wife, and Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordyche. Mention of Margaret Hareyonge, widow. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

John Day, otherwise Byrte, and Humphrey Raynoldes, and Mary, his wife. Land in Southmymes. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Motte and Emeria, his wife, and Thomas Hounesdon, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfelde. Easter Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Buckland and Oliver Seynt John, esquire, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London; and premises in the parishes of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, and St. Botolph, without Alders gate, London, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Trin. Anno 3 and 4.

John Tamworthe, esquire, and Sir William Cavindyshe, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises and two "passages, called alleys" in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldrychgate, London. Warranty against Nicholas Bacon and Thomas Smyth. L. Trin. Anno 3 and 4.

Robert Huycke, esquire, and Augustine Sprake, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 3 and 4.

George Harryson and John Barnes. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 3 and 4.

John Longe and William Dodds, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of Henry Frowyke, esquire, deceased, and Henry Conysby, otherwise Conyngsby, son and heir apparent of the said Elizabeth. The manor of Gloucetors, and premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate. Trin. Anno 3 and 4.

John Rydgeley, citizen and scrivener, of London, and George Sympcott, gentliman. A messuage and garden in the parish of St. Dunstan, in the West in Fletestrete, in the suburbs of London. Mention of Margaret Garrarde, widow. Warranty against the heirs of William Garrarde, citizen and scrivener, of London, deceased. L. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Francis Morgan, serjeant-at-law, and Sir William Butt, knight, and Jane, his wife. Premises in "le Whyte Freers," London. L. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Robert Curson and William Doddes, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Henry Conyngesby. Premises in Wenlockes Barne. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Robert Petyt and Nicholas Haliwell, and Mary, his wife. Land in Southmymes. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Ridgeley, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, and William Rolfe, and Joan, his wife. Land in Islyngton. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Richard Bacon and Joan, his wife, and Richard Bentley, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holburne. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Pese and Thomas Wysse, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Rose Trott, widow, and William Heyborne, citizen and clothworker, of London, and Catherine, his wife. Land in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Davie, citizen and clothworker, of London, and Robert Bales, citizen and skinner, of London, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Shordiche, and in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordiche, without Bissippegate. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Wase, citizen and brewer, of London, and Robert Ipgrave, citizen and "brotherer," [embroiderer] of London, and Richard Broke, and Christiana, his wife. Premises in "Seynt Johns Streate," in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate, and Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Gratton and William Amondesham, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hounslowe. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Thomas, Lancelot Blomevyle, and John Rivett, and Francis Chaloner, gentleman, and Agnes, his wife, and John Turner, otherwise Bowyer. Premises in Hogston, otherwise Hoxston. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Roo, citizen and merchant tailor, of London, and Thomas Elryngton, esquire. Thirty acres of pasture called "Mayfeld and Brodelease," in Hackney. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Edward Blackwell, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, and William Blakwell, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the county of Essex, and premises in Edgeware, Ilestre, and Enfeld otherwise Endefeld, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

John Wysse and George Yeo and John Broke, son and heir of John Broke. Premises in "Seynt Mychell," in Bassyeshall, in the county of the city of London; premises in Enveld, the county of Middlesex; and land and premises in the counties of Essex and Hertford. D.C. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

Assheton Aylworth, gentleman, and Alexander Wrightington, gentleman, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, next Westsmythfeld, London. L. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

Assheton Aylworth, gentleman, and George Maxey, and Jane, his wife. A messuage in the close of St. Bartholomew the Great, in Westsmythfeld, London. L. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

John Hewes and William Blakwell, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, and Edward Blakwell, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Land in Edgeware. Remainders to Thomas Blakwell, son of the said William. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

William Bellamye, esquire, and Roger Bellamye. Premises, a "bruehouse," and 16 acres of meadow called "Chympens," in Hadleyghe, otherwise Hadley. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

William Robertes and Hugh Bacheler, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hees. Mention of George, Charles, William, John, and Joan Spencer, Alice Robson, and Bridget Sadler. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

William More and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Cotton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

John Garrard and William Garrard and Roger Andrewe, and Emeria, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

Robert Hutton and Drew Saunders. The manor of Cowley Hall, and land in Hyllyngdon. Hil. Anno 4 and 5.

William Deynes and Henry Collen and William Holt, gentleman. Premises in the parish of St. Mary atte Ax. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Martyn and Margaret, his wife, and Sir William Staunford, knight, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Netherholoway. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Sir Francis Jobson, knight, and Bridget Cardyn, widow. The site of the manor of Popler, and premises in Popler, Stratford atte Bowe, and Stepneth. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Reginald Wyberd, yeoman, and Edward Blakwell, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Gilbert Gerrarde, esquire, and Hugh Wright, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Harrowe and Grenford. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Grevell and Joan, his wife, and John Longe, and Isabella, his wife. The manor of Glouceters, and premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Arthur Redferne, and Sir Thomas Essex, knight, and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Essex, esquire, son of the aforesaid Sir Thomas Essex, knight, and Margaret, and Jane, wife of the aforesaid Thomas, the son. The manor of Kensyngton, and premises in Kensyngton and Westowne; also premises in Fulham. Remainders. Easter Anno 4 and 5.

Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Dennis Toppes, esquire, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in "Sermon Lane," in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene. L. Trin. Anno 4 and 5.

Francis Gille, gentleman, and Henry Garnett, gentleman, and Henry Walter, gentleman, and Anne, his wife, daughter and heir of Hugh Fenne, late of Stebunhithe, gentleman. Premises in Stebunhithe. Trin. Anno 4 and 5.

Roger Wylde and John Studley, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Hillyngdon and Cowley. Trin. Anno 4 and 5.

Robert Good, gentleman, and Leonard Rutter, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stanes, Stanwell, Laleham, and Echelford. Trin. Anno 4 and 5.

Edmund Buttes, gentleman, and Edward Henshawe, and Joan, his wife. Land in Fulham. Trin. Anno 4 and 5.

John Heathe and Thomas Babyngton, esquire, and William Babyngton, son and heir apparent of the aforesaid Thomas. The office of keeper of the prison of the Flete, London, and premises, with a watercourse, in the parish of St. Bridget, in the ward of Farryngdon Without, London. L. Mich. Anno 5 and 6.

Edward Hall and Thomas Stroughton and others. Premises in the parish of St. Nicholas Coldabby. L. Mich. Anno 5 and 6 (in calendar only).

Robert Huyck and John Butt, the elder, and Rose, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 5 and 6.

John Myllyn' and Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate. Mention of Margaret Harreyonge. Mich. Anno 5 and 6.

Robert Chydley, Alexander Barlowe, and Richard Blackewall and William Jenyns, and George Kendalle. Premises in Westminster, Totehyll, and in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Mich. Anno 5 and 6.

Charles Goddard, gentleman, and Erasmus Hennyngham, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, late the wife of William Goddard, esquire, deceased, and George Goddard, son and heir of the aforesaid William and Elizabeth. Premises in Shordiche. Mich. Anno 5 and 6.

Roger Holte and George Aleson, and Margery, his wife, and Thomas Gwynne, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 5 and 6.