Henry VIII
July 1544, 26-31

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'Henry VIII: July 1544, 26-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 19 Part 1: January-July 1544 (1903), pp. 596-651. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80325 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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July 1544, 26-31

26 July.988. Raising Money at Antwerp.
R. O.Certificate by Stephen Vawghann, commissioner of the King of England, addressed to Lodovico Bonvisi, Nicholas Deodati and Company, of Antwerp, and Michiell Deodati, proctor named in the proxy of Ant. Bonvisi of London, declaring that they have, at Vawghann's instance, promised to Bart. Welzer and Company, of Antwerp, German merchants, 30,694⅓ cr., at 36 patars the cr., two thirds in gold and the rest in Flemish money, to be paid 15 Dec. next. This promise being made upon a letter of credit from Ant. Bonvisi in favour of Stephen Vaughann, John Dimock and Thos. Lok, dated 23 July, for 76,333⅓ cr. at that price. Antwerp, 26 July 1544.
French. Copy, p. 1.
26 July.989. Charles V. to Chapuys.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii. 164.]
By his letters of the 7th inst., learnt what passed with the King of England upon the writing here presented by his ambassador. Evidently there is no great appearance of the King's wishing to make a great effort, and yet he would cover his failure to observe the treaties (especially that made with Don Fernande de Gonsaga) by blaming the Emperor. Chapuys answered prudently, considering the present state of affairs, and is to continue therein according as he shall see need and shall learn the progress of the Emperor's army, of which hitherto the Queen will have advertised him; for, although it is necessary to temporise with the King of England, it is not necessary always to let pass what may touch the observance of the treaties and what the Emperor has done (si ne leur fault il toutesfois couler ou consentir simplement ce que peult toucher a l'obserrance desd. traictez et le debvoir par nous fait.) For the present there is nothing except what happened at Vitry, as will be seen by the enclosed bill, which is entirely true. Knows not if what the Ambassador has ventured to write of it upon the first notice, as he has told Granvelle, will conform to it. Besides this, Granvelle advertised the said ambassador of England how the Sieur de Longueval again requests to speak to him in order to treat peace and [says] that the King his master would use every endeavour for it, and that the lieutenant of the Comte de Bryenne's company had reported the like to Don Fernande, as having heard from the King of France that he would singularly desire it with the Emperor, and that to both it had been answered that these were but general words, not fit to be reported to the Emperor or heeded. Thinks that as the King of France causes him to be solicited they will try to do the like towards the King of England, and especially when Chapuys writes that the King of England has told him that it would be only well to hear all that the French would say, which gives reason to suspect that the said King has bettor means and occasion of giving ear to the said practices, and especially if he sees that his army, which will have cost him much, effects little. (fn. 1) Chapuys will do well to advertise the Emperor and his sister of all he hears and sees therein, and of any indication of the King's wishing to incline either to truce or peace, in which he shall be guided according as the Emperor s sister shall advertise.
In case truce or peace came to be spoken of it would be most to the reputation of the King and the Emperor, since they are in arms, to remit the practice to the Emperor's said sister; and therein Chapuys must use his accustomed dexterity. From the camp before St. Desir, 26 July 1544.
Fr. Modern transcript of the original minute at Vienna, pp. 2.
27 July.990. Ordnance for the War.
Add. MS.
5,753, f. 32.
B. M.
Indenture made at the Tower of London, 27 July 36 Hen. VIII., of receipt by John Ynglett, master of the crayer Nycolas (in margin John) of Calais, from Sir Thomas Semour, master of the Ordnance, of the following to be conveyed from the Tower to Calays, viz., 5 fawcons of brass mounted upon carriages, with two chambers apiece, 142 ends of iron containing 2 tons, 2,600 shovels and spades, 200 handspikes, a box with 10,000 "small dyce of yron" and 4 moulds for bassys, a barrel and firkin with 30,000 horseshoe nails, 23 coils containing 5 cwt. of hempen rope and 40 bags of leather in a firkin. Signed: John Beme.
P. 1.
27 July.991. Shrewsbury and Others to the Queen and Council.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 113.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers.
ii., No. 292.
Enclose letters received yesternight from Wharton. Darneton, 27 July 1544. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
P 1. Add. Endd.
27 July.992. Henry VIII. to Mary of Hungary.
R. O.
St. P., x. 14.
Having laid siege to Monstreul and encamped in person before Boulloyne, although hoping soon to accomplish his purpose, he cannot tell how long his expedition will afterwards last; and therefore begs to have, for his money, 40 lasts of powder, or as much as she can spare. As she has the means of re-making it within her government sooner than he has, and her countries are protected by his armies, she will not herself need much store of powder.
French. Draft in Mason's hand, p. 1. Endd.: Mynute. The K's Mate to the Regent of Flaundrs, xxvijo Julii 1544.
27 July.993. De Courieres to the Queen of Hungary.
The letter described in Spanish Calendar VII., No. 166, as of this date is of the 21st July. See No. 956.
27 July.994. Russell to Paget.
R. O.Thanks for his frequent advertisements. Rejoices most to hear of the King's prosperous health. Are still busy here, as Sir Thos. Ponynges can declare, whose diligence and discretion he cannot too much praise. Could not have done without lord Graye Wylton and Ponynges. "I have this present receyved . . . . . . from th . . . . . . . . . . . devyce with le[tters] to the Kinges Matie, whiche I send you herew[ith]. I pray you to present theym unto the Kinges M[atie] in my name." Desires to be recommended to all friends in the Court. Camp at the siege of Mounstrell, Sunday, 27 July. Signed.
P.S.—I have twice written to the King to send someone to see how we lie. "I think never army lay so rawly as we do," as Mr. Ponynges can declare.
P. 1. Add.: Chief Secretary. Sealed. Endd.: 1544.
27 July.995. Carne to the Council with the King.
R. O.Late on the 26th received theirs of the 22nd, and, next morning, declared the contents to the Queen, who was "glad to hear that Eyttell Wolfe van Gudenbrgh her tzn itter (sic) and Christopher van Wrysbergh," captains therein specified, with their horsemen, should depart and pass through her countries. She would send her commissary to see them honestly entreated, and desires to have the King's commissary there too to convey them "quietly without damage." As to the 400 hacquebutiers bargained for with Stephen Taphoren, Carne had, upon a letter sent him on the 25th from Mr. Vaughan, from Andewarp, spoken with the Queen to have the mustering place appointed, according to Taphoren's request, within 2 or 3 leagues of Bruxelles, but he now asked for it about Bridges. She seemed content, but her Council said that Taphoren would take his men about Bouldewyke, and in passing thence before being sworn they would fall to pillage and ravin; and therefore they should muster about Bowldewyke and pass the next way to St. Omer. Describes how he could not persuade them to appoint the muster elsewhere than at Bowldewyke, where that number might be gathered within 24 hours. Has sent Vaughan the commission and the licence for Taphoren's passage, with the Queen's letters for mustering the men; also another letter to be sent to Messire Hugues de Souastre, knight and lieutenant to the Captain of the Archers of Household, for conveyance of the 1,400 horsemen from the land of Liege through this country. Bruxells, 27 July. Signed.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd.: 1544.
27 July.996. Proconsuls and Consuls of Dantzic to Henry VIII.
R. O.Received his letters in commendation of his servant William Watson, whom they have accordingly befriended in the buying and exporting of his things. Dat. Gedani, 27 Julii Anno 1544. Subscribed: Proconsules atque consules civitatis Danszick.
Lat. Large paper, p. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd.
28 July.997. Sir Thomas Pope.
R. O.Copy of letters patent granting to Sir Thos. Pope the manor of Northlee, Oxon, &c. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII. See Grants in July, No. 152.
Large paper, pp. 10.
28 July.998. Otwell Johnson to John Johnson.
R. O.London, 28 July, 1544:—By Ambrose Sanders I received the enclosed of the 24th from Henry Suthwyke and the Flemish letter. The other of Suthwyke's writing I have had for 7 or 8 days for lack of a messenger, "marvelling that Atkens, your neighbour, cometh no more hither," and the fourth enclosure is from Ric. Whetell, received all ragged and torn as you see it. Commercial and money matters. Has no news but what Ambrose can give.
Hol., p. 1. Add.: at Glapthorne.
28 July.999. The Bishop of Bath to Henry VIII.
R. O.Received the King's letters dated Westminster, 11th inst., by the hands of Sir Thomas Arundell, on the 18th; and was inwardly sorry not to be able to satisfy his Majesty's expectation fully, but, partly in plate and partly in money, has collected 1,000 mks. and sent it to Sir John Williams, treasurer of Augmentations. Begs the King to accept it as his "free and poor gift." If he had had as much as the King requires of him the present should have been no less, but the bearer, his receiver, can show what his substance is, and justify it either to the King or Council by his books of account. Welles, 28 July. Signed: Will. Bathon.
P. 1. Fly leaf, with address, lost. Endd.: 1544.
28 July.1000. The Council of the North to Shrewsbury.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 115.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 293.
On 28 July inst., before 3 p.m., John White and Wm. Allansone, of Rye, fishermen, brought certain letters and writings, part in a casket and part in a linen cloth, saying that, yesterday, they took a Scottish ship off Scardburgh wherein were 10 Frenchmen, 8 Scottishmen and a woman who spoke both Scotch and French, which Frenchmen at their taking tied all the writings (now in the casket sent by bearer) in a linen cloth with a great coal, and cast them in the sea, but they were taken up ere they sank. Perceiving that the letters touch such weighty matters we send them to you, and as the Frenchmen seem of high reputation (Wm. Lekwoode, bailiff of Scardburgh, thinks that the Cardinal of Scotland is one of them) we have sent Thos. Wentworthe and Wm. Cunstable, justices of peace, to command them of Scardburgh to keep them safely. The King's palace at York, 28 July, 7 p.m. Signed by Llandaff, Magnus, Constable, Savile, Fairfax, Babthorpe and Chaloner.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.: The Counsail of the North to the Counsail attendant upon the Q.
28 July.1001. Shrewsbury and Others to the Queen and Council.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 117.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 294.
This morning arrived Rotesey, the Scottish herald, with a letter from the Dowager to the King, which they have opened and send herewith. Other credence he has none but to tell Shrewsbury that the King shall shortly have answer to his letters, by advice of their Parliament, and she will do her best that it may be to his contentation. Much he seems to press an answer to the letters now brought.
Have received letters from the Council with copies of letters showing the King's prosperous proceedings against France, and also what his Majesty will have written to Robert Maxwell, which is already done in part. Darneton, 28 July. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
In Sadler's hand, pp. 2. Add. Endd.: 1544.
28 July.1002. Henry Suthwik to John Johnson.
R. O."At Calles le 28 jour July ao 1544."—I have received yours of the 18th, acknowledging mine of the 9th about Adrian Van Mershe, Wool transactions with Markes Backlier, Walt. Leveson, Edw. Wilmot (who has departed "sans dire adieu") and Wm. Jud. Received the "14l. 3 merst, for Mr. Comptroller long since by Robt. Lacke.
The King's army before Bullen has battered it very sore and it will soon be "sautable." Motreul holds out still and shoots at our men much sorer than Bullen.
P.S.—Ric. Whethill and the money of Hanse Lang. Robt. Tempest's going to Antwerp and Mr. Smith.
P 1. Add.: at London or elsewhere. Endd.: Answered at Glapthorne.
28 July.1003. The Council with the King to Norfolk and Others.
R. O.
St. P., x. 15.
By their letters in cipher, the King perceives the opinion of Mons. de Bures touching the reinforcement of their army before Mutterel and his coming thither or else abiding in Calais, and leaving here 8,000 or 10,000 as sufficient. The persuasion to the King to remain at Calais came too late, for he had already left it and is now encamped before this town [Boulogne]. He thinks he has few enough men to make short work here and give the assault on all four quarters; and thinks the number which De Buren speaks of only sufficient to "keep them in."
[He has appointed my lord Lieutenant to the quarter between the castle and Mutterel gate to raise a mound, "as one is already," make a breach and see what can be done with mining, and to make the assault; the Master of the Ordnance to the quarter between the castle and the green bulwark, and my lord Admiral to the quarter between the green bulwark and Bullen gate, to do as my Lord Lieutenant does; and Lord Cobham to be in Basse Bullen with a good band; and his Majesty to lie on the top of the hill on the south side, well furnished for the relief of all and prevention of rescues.] (fn. 2) The King can therefore spare them none, but when they know certainly that the Daulphin will come to levy their siege he will relieve them; and if the Daulphin come to cut off their victuals he will, as they advise, turn the staple from St. Omer's to Gravelinges. He will set order for the taking of Hordelow and scouring of the country half way to their camp; and desires them to do the like to clear the passage. Write this by bearer notwithstanding the arrival here, even now, of Sir Thos. Poynynges and others, by whom larger information will be sent.
Draft in Paget's hand, pp. 4. Endd.: Mynute from the Counsail to my l. of Norff., etc., xxviijo Julii 1544.
28 July.1004. Chapuys to the Queen of Hungary.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii. 167.]
Received today her letters by Mons. Dieke, and by him and by the minute (fn. 3) of certain letters which she had ordered to be written to Chapuys, learnt her intention. After communicating together he and Dieke are of the opinion which the latter will report. Begs licence to go away from Calais, where he could do no service, because of the King's absence, and which could not be more unhealthy for his indisposition, besides that they begin to die there of the plague. Calais, 28 July 1544.
Fr. Modern transcript of the orignial at Vienna, p. 1.
28 July.1005. Russell to Henry VIII.
R. O. Rychemonde herald says the King desires Russell's opinion of Jeronimo. Thinks him willing and likes his opinion in many things, but he is inexperienced in sieges. When it was said that the rampier within was so strongly made with long faggots that it would be a second wall, Jeronimo said he would with certain pioneers beat it down with mattocks; so that Norfolk and others thought he spake not as a man very skilful in such things. The bulwark of earth which the Frenchmen have at Abdvylde gate could not, he thought, beat towards the castle, whereas Norfolk and others think that, although it does not flank so well, it may beat towards the castle and the castle bulwark to it. Mr. Ponynges, the bearer, can declare the truth, who is a man such as Russell has seen few of his years.
Has heretofore sued for some one to be sent to view how this town is besieged. Thinks they lie so far apart that, on a sudden attack, they could not succour one another; and, as the gates are left open, the town cannot be won, for men and victuals go in at pleasure, as on Saturday night 100 horsemen came in at the Cawssey, and so may come in at Bulleigne gate. Camp at the siege of Mounstrell, Monday, 28 July. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.: 1544.
28 July.1006. Vaughan to Henry VIII.
R. O. The bearer, calling himself Philippus van Heurde, lord of Stornede, upon the bruit of Henry's fame and his arrival on this side the seas to war against the French king, desiring to serve him with 50 horsemen, all lances, has come to know if Vaughan had charge to levy such horsemen, saying that his were ready at Buldwyke, 12 leagues hence, ready to march straight to Henry's camp, and that he desired neither conduct money nor prest money until their arrival there. Hearing this frank and gentle offer, Vaughan answered that he was sorry that he had no charge to receive him, nor knew whether horsemen were wanted, but advised him to repair to Henry himself. Andwerp, 28 July. Signed.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd.: 1544.
28 July.1007. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.After the arrival here of Nicolas, the King's post, and receipt of Bonvyc[e's] proxy, is now, alone (for neither Dymock nor Lock is yet returned), entered into the receipt of 9,000l. Fl. and thinks to make an end of the receipt within 4 days. As that is received and a new bargain to be begun for the rest that he has credit for, Paget may hardily command him to send the King 14,000 or 15,000l. Fl. Yesterday, gave his letter to an Almayn gentleman (fn. 4) signifying how liberally he offered to serve the King with 50 lances. "He loveth drink, for I proved or he departed from me, and can bear it but easily, but surely his offer is gentle and worthy to be thanked." Andwerp, 28 July.
P.S.—One Nicolas (fn. 5) that was with Mr. Fane, and is appointed to levy 406 hacabutiers, has them ready to muster at Enkelow beside Bruges. He says the King willed him to bring them to muster at Saynt Omer, but he has not sufficient conduct money to bring them past Enclo. Commissaries must therefore be sent to Enclo to pay their month's wages. "Here goeth a saying that the French king is dead."
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.: 1544.
July.1008. German Mercenaries.
R. O.Henry VIII.'s letter of retainer of Stephen Taphoren, captain of 406 Low German footmen arquebusiers, to serve (save against the Empire and Emperor) for 565 pays a month, viz., 4 philippus for a pay and 25 patars for a philippus. Pay to commence on the day of musters, &c. (conditions detailed). Signed and sealed the ——— (blank) day of July 1544.
French. Draft, p. 1. Endd.: Mynute of the l're of retaindre for Stephen Taphoren.
R. O.2. Henry VIII's retainer of Nicholas Taphoren to be clerk of the musters of the 1,300 High Almain horsemen in his service, from 27 May last with the usual profits; "et par nostre grace avons consenty aud. Nicolaes que nul escrypvain ou klercq se avancera de escrypre aulcuns pasports de morbutin que luy, et sera tenu de non plus prendre dune pasporte que ung scellinck stirrinck ou la valeur." Signed and sealed the ——— (blank) day of ——— (blank) 1544.
French. Draft, p. 1. Endd.: Mynute of the l're of retaindre for Nicholas Taphoren.
28 July.1009. Claes Taphoren to Henry VIII.
R. O.In pursuance of his command, has prepared the footmen harquebusiers who are ready to march, and the writer went three days ago to the Queen for licence to muster them. She appointed the muster to be near Bois le Duc, 12 leagues from Antwerp; but, as that would make him late, he will lead the men to Eclo, 5 leagues from Bruges, there to await the coming of Henry's commissaries to take their muster and pay their month's wages. They will be at Eclo in five or six days. Sends copy of a lettre close from the Queen to his father. Antwerp, 28 July, 7 p.m., 1544. Signed.
French, p. 1. Add. Sealed.
R. O.2. Mary of Hungary to [Stephen Taphoren.]
Understanding that he is bringing 400 "voetknechten busschutten" to the service of the King of England, whose ambassador resident here has desired to know where they shall muster, orders the muster to be near "der stadt van den Bossche," from whence they shall pass by Antwerp and Bruges, and so to King's camp. Brussel, 27 July '44.
Dutch. Copy, p. 1. Headed Copie, and described at the end as signed Marie and countersigned Desplegem.
29 July.1010. Shrewsbury and Others to the Queen and Council.
Add. MS.
32,655,f. 119.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 295.
This day arrived a letter to Shrewsbury from the President and Council at York with many other letters and writings (sent herewith). They were had in a Scottish ship taken, by fishermen of Rye, off Scarboroughe in voyage towards France. Have perused sundry of the letters and find that the Dowager and Mons. la Brousse, the French ambassador, despatched in the said ship a gentleman of France named the Sieur de Bauldreul with letters and advertisements, among which are letters from the Governor, Cardinal and other noblemen to the French king. These show which are good Frenchmen, among whom we note lord Flemyng, the King's prisoner. Among many other evidences of the practices between France and Scotland it will be seen by the Dowager's letters, in her own hand, to the French king, why she required an abstinence for a month. The Sieur de Bauldreul and the rest of the Frenchmen and Scots are at Scarboroughe and we have again written to the President to see them safely kept. Darneton, 29 July 1544. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.
29 July.1011. Paget to the Commissaries at St. Omer.
R. O.Learnt from their letters of 25 July, that the King's commissaries were not yet arrived. Marvelling thereat, the writer at once despatched to the duke of Norfolk, and pending the reply detained bearer here. Now, fearing that they may have need of him, sends him back. Expects hourly to hear from the Duke that the commissaries are sent; but if not, a personage will be sent from hence, within two or three days, to instruct them and pay their salary and entertainment. Meanwhile prays them to continue their diligence. From the King's camp before Boulogne, 29 (altered from 28) July 1544.
French. Draft corrected by Paget, p. 1. Endd.: Mr. Secr. Mr. Paget to the Commissarys at St. Omere, xxixo Julii 1544.
29 July.1012. Paget to the Council with the Queen.
R. O.The King has received the letters from the Queen, and seen her Grace's letters to us (altered to "my lordes" and again altered to "us") and the others that came in the packet, and thanks you for your diligence. Order is taken for the wafting of the money. For answer to Robert Maxwel's "often desire" for the liberty of his father, he is to be told plainly that, until by his deeds there he has declared himself to serve the King, he may neither look for grace for his father nor entertainment for himself. As soon as the laird of Farnyhurst recovers health, both he and his son shall be brought to London and kept in surety.
Draft in Paget's hand, p. 1. Endd.: "Mynute. Mr. Secr. Mr. Paget to my lordes of the Counsail atten. upon the Quene, xxixo Julii 1544."
29 July.1013. Carne to Paget.
R. O.Nycolas, the courier, being here on the 27th, was in hand with the person who made the King's plumes to have certain plumes for you, and, as he could not tarry long enough for the preparer to prepare them, he required me to send them when ready to Mr. Vaghan, to Andwarpe. Has received three plumes only (for the woman who prepared them says that the goldsmith has no more gold) and sends them to Vaughan. Bruxelles, 29 July.
Hol, p. 1. Add. Endd.: 1544.
30 July.1014. The Council with the Queen to Paget.
R. O.Enclose letters addressed to the Queen by the lord Lieutenant of the North. Where it appears by the letter which Rothesey herald brought from the Dowager of Scotland that she desires an abstinence from war for 20 days, they have, by the Queen's command, instructed the lord Lieutenant that, as the King left here no commission for granting abstinence exceept after such order as was prescribed by his letters lately sent to the Dowager, which is not yet followed, no such abstinence can here be granted. Send the letter herewith and desire further instructions; and have desired the lord Lieutenant to write the said answer by the herald. Such an abstinence could not suit the King's affairs and might empeach the enterprise of my lord of Linoux "who is this day or tomorrow shalbe ready t' embark, if Winter may frame all things to his purpose, as at his departing from us he trusted he should do." Enclose a letter sent from Linoux since his departing, showing what he considers of the going to Scotland of Bromston and the laird of Fyve; upon which the Queen has resolved, if they come hither before Linoux shall be at home, to gently detain them. Hampton Court, 30 July 1544. Signed by Cranmer, Wriothesley, Hertford, Westminster, and Petre.
Pp. 2. Add.. one of the King's Majesty's two principal secretaries. Endd.: to the Counsail.
30 July. 1015. The Council with the Queen to Shrewsbury.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 123.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 297.
To Shrewsbury's letters of the 27th inst. the Queen answers that, as Wharton's absence from his office might hinder the King's affairs, he shall not go to confer with Lennox; to whom they have presently written all that Wharton was to have conferred upon, requiring him to haste his journey. As the Scots now assemble to their Parliament, the wardens should get intelligence of their proceedings. The Queen, doubting whether Bromstone and Fyve are passed from the King towards Scotland without coming to her, desires Shrewsbury to stay them, gently, until Lennox shall be in Scotland, and not suffer any Scottishman to pass that way without her safe-conduct. The Queen has this day seen his letters of the 28th, and, for answer to the Dowager, requires Shrewsbury to "write unto her that forasmuch, etc."
Draft by Petre, pp. 2. Endd.: Minute to th'erle of Shrewesbury, xxxo Julii 1544.
30 July.1016. The Council with the Queen to Lennox.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 121.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 296.
Have declared to the Queen his good advice, in his letters of the 27th inst., touching Fyve and Brownston. She thinks that they yet remain with the King and will not be despatched till Lennox is at home, but if they do come sooner than is looked for they shall be stayed here till then. [Pray God to send him good success. Hampton Court, 29 July 1544.] (fn. 6)
Enclose a letter from Glencarn, who addressed it to Wharton with other letters desiring him to tell Lennox that his friends and country were in good state, not one cow lost since his departure, and McFarlane and the Highland men ready to join him at his coming home. As Wharton cannot conveniently leave his charge, and his coming to Chester would cause delay, they write this, and, for his (Lennox's) more speedy passage, have presently written to Wynter to put all things in order. Enclose copy of a pleasant and merry letter which Sadler has received from Glencarne.
Corrected draft, pp. 2. Endd.: Mynute to my Lord of Lynoux, xxxo Julii 1544.
30 July.1017. Vaughan to Henry VIII.
R. O.On 26 July received by Nicolas, the post, a packet of letters and a proxy from Antony Bonvise, which being delivered to Bonvise's factors, and by them to the Welsers, he is entered into the receipt of 9,000l. Fl. odd, which the Welsers have been ready to pay for a month past on receipt of Bonvyce's proxy in the required form. Will receive the whole "by all tomorrow." Has, after that, to receive the residue of Bonvyce's credence, but at what interest he has not yet concluded, for he is driven to work secretly and leisurely among these merchants. Winchester, Paget and Riche lately wrote, by Mr. Rafe Fane, that, the horsemen who came under Landenberghe's leading being retained, Vaughan should pay Fane 40,000 philippus guylderns for their captains. Trusts to pay it this day, or send it to Bruxelles, where Fane abides. Describes (as in No. 1006), his interview on the 27th inst., with a gentleman dwelling about Munster or Westfalia named Philippus van Huerd. Chanced afterwards to talk with Jasper Dowche, master of the Emperor's finances in these parts, who mentioned, incidentally, that an Italian, whose name Vaughan remembers not and who was lately imprisoned in Villefort between Meghlyn and Bruxelles, had devised the fortifications of Mutterell, Bulloigne and many other strongholds in France. Asked if it were possible to speak with the man; and Dowche answered that it was, and promised help therein. One of Lightmaker's company with a captain of 500 swarte rutters now arrived at Boysleduc, 12 leagues hence, has just come to ask what they should do. Told them he could not tell, seeing that neither Light-maker, when here, could promise their coming nor was any commissary here to receive them "coming now so late when no man looked for them." They did not ask for money, although not half an hour before he had received a letter signifying their arrival at Boysleduc and need of money; and, finally, Vaughan would not give the answer they required, but only said that he was sending a post to the King, by whom they might write to Lightmaker. Here is a saying that there was like to have been a little business in Almayn between the duke of Brunswike, the bp. of Breme and the Lantsgrave van Hesse, but the Lantsgrave overawed his adversaries and, "aquitting the bishop of Breame with one good turn for another, hath placed in the bishop's see the duke's son of Mekelborow, and of the same see making a duchy hath set the duke's son in the possession thereof." Now that this business is ceased swarte rutters come apace out of all quarters. The Count de Bure has 40 horsemen going to him. Andwerp, 30 July, 4 a.m.
Hol., pp. 5. Add. Endd.: 1544.
30 July.1018. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.According to the letter from Winchester, Paget and Riche, by Nicholas the post, this bearer, has paid Mr. Rafe Fane 40,000 philippus gilderns for the captains lately under Landenbergh. Received this day of the Welsars, upon Bonvice's proxy "now last brought," 8,333l. 6s. 8d. Fl., or rather 8,208l. 6s. 8d. (which he wrote two days past that he should receive) with the interest, and now, having paid it thus to Mr. Fane, has no more money left than before. Begs to be helped to his diets; for, being at great charge here with the receipt of the King's money and with posts, has spent far more than his diets and has had but 28l. st. for 28 days, whereas he has been here since 19 May "wrapped in as much business, trouble and watch" as ever he was in his life. His warrant was directed to Riche, treasurer of the wars, and not to Tuke, as Chamberleyn told him. Fane says Paget desires a well-paced mule. Has sent to Bruxelles for one. By Chamberleyn, sent Paget a little barrel of sturgeon, bought in the way as he was bringing Chamberleyn from his host's house to the water side. Would know whether the fish was good. Begs Paget to deliver his letter to the King, who, he fears, is displeased at his not writing oftener. Andwerp, 30 July.
P.S.—Lightmaker has 500 "swart ruters" come to Bulduc. Sends herewith a letter from them to Lightmaker, which he begs Paget to deliver and cause some answer to be made.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.: 1544.
31 July.1019. Queen Katharine to Henry VIII.
R. O.This afternoon came letters from the Lieutenant of the North declaring the apprehension, by fishermen of Rye, of a Scottish ship wherein were certain Frenchmen and Scots sent with letters and credence to the French king and others. Thinks their apprehension much important, and ordained of God to show the "crafty dealing and juggling of that nation." Encloses the most important of the letters, of which there are many to the French king and others, from the Dowager and others, but they are only for credence or else to the same effect as these. The Council have sent for the chief of the Scots and Frenchmen for examination. The Prince and the rest of the King's children are in good health. Hampton Court, 31 July 36 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
31 July.1020. Princess Elizabeth to the Queen.
Otho C x. 231.
B. M.
Hearne's
Sylloge, 164.
Envious fortune for a whole year deprived me of your presence and, not content therewith, has again despoiled me of that benefit. Knows she has the Queen's love who, she hears, has not forgotten her in writing to the King. Begs the Queen "che scrivendo a sua Maesta si degni de raccomend[armel prie]gando sempre sua dolce benediccione; similmente pri[eghando i]l Signore Iddio gli mandi successo bonissimo, acquis[tando vittoria de] suoi inimici, accioche piu presto possia vostra A[ltezza et io insiem]e con lei rallegrarsi del suo felice retorno. N[on altro priegho Id]dio che conserve sua Illustrissima Altezza, alla cui gr[atia, humilmente b]asciando le mani, m'offero et raccom[mendo. Da Santo] Jacobo, alli 31 di Julio."
Mutilated. Italian, p. 1. Signature and address lost.
*** Printed by Hearne from a copy made before the mutilation.
31 July.1021. Sir Philip Butler and Others to the Council.
Shrewsb. MS.,
A., p. 111.
Heralds'
College.
David Matland, a Scot, taken for a spy at Hertford, Herts, "the last day of July" in the 36th year of the King's reign, examined by them, confesses the matter contained in the enclosed bill in his own hand. Hertford, "the day and year above said." Signed by Sir Philip Butler, John Conyngesby and Robert Lytton, justices of the peace of the said county.
P. 1. Add.
Ib. p. 113."Maister David Maitland. Md. I com furth off Scotland on ——— (blank) day of Julii instant, and was in Boness that nyt wyt the persone off Boness, and or I cwm to Ingland; the causs off my cumeng was for luff. I was trublit for the useng off the New Testment and, efter diverss adversiteis and trublis, I disyrit my lord Somerwelles consall, quha did marre my syster callit to name Jonat Maitland. He consalyt me to gang to my lord of Lenoss, and pra his lordschyp to help the and zow sall haiff my subscriptione manuall wt the and credens in the wryttyng. The credens is this Recommend my serv[ice] to the Kyngis Grace, and byd hym schev that I sall pruff trew and that I am the samyn man as my sonne left hym at ye rad off Leyt in vinter, and pra hym to speik for the lard off Auchingassyllis plege callit Richart Maitland and that I sall mak hym swir off the lardis serves and off his ten brederis; and as for my awin plege ze sall sey I sall releff hym wy my awin body and haid done or now had nocht beine my trubyll, quhylk sall be creirle knawne."
Certificate that the above was written by Maitland at his examination taken "the last day of August" 36 Hen. VIII. Signed by Sir Ph. Butler, John Conyngesby and Robert Lytton.
31 July.1022. Malt.
Add. MS.
5753, f. 35.
B. M.
Indenture, made 31 July 36 Henry VIII., of receipt by John Clarcke, master of the crayer Trynyte of Sandwich, from Thos. Hungerforde, of Sandwich, of 80 qr. malt to be conveyed from Sandwich to London, to John Rowsseley for the King's use; at 4d. a qr. freight.
Signed (with a mark) and sealed.
P. 1.
31 July.1023. The Household Troops.
R. O. "Here ensueth such allowances of wages as be to be paid to the King's Majesty's servants of household with their retinue from the last day of June exclusive unto the first day of August inclusive, that is by the space of xxxij days."
Giving the daily wage and total amount due to each, viz. Thomas Weldon, a captain, at 4s. a day; Mich. Wentworth, a captain, at 4s.; Wm. Knevet, a captain, at 3s.; John Hethe, a standard bearer, at 2s.; John Bylling, a petty captain, at 2s; John Hopkyns, a petty captain, at 2s.; John Bounde, a clerk, at 12d.; Chr. Skevington, a clerk, at 12d.; John Cryspe, a drum, at 12d.; John Johnson, a surgeon, at 12d.; Robert — (blank), drum, at 12d.; and the names of 222 others (position not stated, including "Sir Thomas Tompson" and "Sir Henry Myller") at 6d. Total, 212l. 16s.
Mandate for the payment of this amount to Mich. Wentworth, captain of the King's Household servants, from time to time, during the King's abode in these parts. Camp before Bullayn, 31 July. Signed: Charlys Soffolke.
Pp. 13. Endd.: Th'officers and servaunts of the Kinge's householde.
31 July.1024. De Courrieres to Chapuys.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii. 169.]
This will only be to advertise him that, yesterday, the writer was as well bathed as ever he was in his life, to welcome him to the camp; and he much repented having left Calais, for there is nothing in a camp more trying than such weather as they had yesterday. Today it is quite the contrary, for which he thanks God with as good a heart as possible. The Duke of Alburquerque has today had at dinner "Messrs. de Wincestre et de Saint Jan, Controlleur et que .......(blank) et moy"; and Secretary Paget was sent for by the King as they were sitting down to table. Made great cheer and there was no want of wishing Chapuys there ("et nya eut faute dy son hosder v're se" qu. "d'y souhaiter v're se"?), to whom the Duke has him recommended, being grieved at the mistake he made at the King's departure at Calais, howbeit he thought that he had seen his Majesty turn his head towards us (?). For other news, the King's men have taken the three places between this and Montreuil, and Mons. de Buren has taken another between Montreuil and Hesdin. One of the said three, called Hardelot, surrendered without a shot for want of victuals. It is hoped that this town will be taken, nevertheless there has yet been no effective battery either here or at Montreuil, and most part of the men are inexperienced (n'ya eut encoire batterie pour se faire, ny a Montreuil samblablement, et a se que puis comprendre la pluspart n'ont guesres experimente tielles negoces). Was told this morning that yesterday came hither a gentleman with a French trumpet. Will try to learn the cause of his coming, of which the Duke is still ignorant. All these gentlemen send commendations. From the camp before Boullogne, 31 July 1544.
P.S.—If Chapuys find a suitable man going to the Queen, he might advertise her of the above. It is intended to make three batteries (at least two). Those within have shot more this after dinner than ever they did, and act like men of war, careful of (contregardant) their powder, and it only remains for them to shoot men more than they do. Has just returned from viewing the town, and find it strongly walled within. God grant success! Has here received letters of the 17th from Saint Dezier, from his lieutenant of the archers, who writes that the late Prince of Orange was seated between the Viceroy of Sicily and the Sieur de La Chaux when he was shot with a harquebus a croc; wherefore he said well who said "aux maleureux le virtou." He added that the camp was beginning to suffer famine; howbeit the news of the Sieur d'Eeque were fresher.
Fr. Modern transcript of the original at Vienna, pp. 2. Original add.: A Monsr l'Ambassadeur, Mess. Eustace Chapuis, Conseiller et mestre des requestes de l'Empereur. A Gravelingnez.
31 July.1025. Charles V. to Chapuys.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii. 168.]
Has received his letters of the 21st inst. Is pleased to hear so often from him and approves his discreet answers to the King of England. Can add nothing to last letters, as to the progress of his army, except that he hopes shortly to have a good end of this town of St. Desir. In accordance with his said last letters, came hither to Granvelle the Sieur de Villers les Pontz, bailly of Dijon, who at once asked the Princess, the writer's daughter, with (fn. 7) Mons. d'Orleans together with Milan. This was rejected, and it was persisted that if the king of France wishes peace let him put forward suitable means, and let him content himself with his own, satisfy the King of England and make restitution to others. And thus the said Bailly is gone; as Granvelle at once advertised the King's ambassador here resident. From the camp before St. Desir, 31 July 1544.
Fr. Modern transcript of the original minute. Vienna, p. 1.
31 July.1026. Wotton to Henry VIII.
The Frenchmen who were beaten at Vitry, as he lately wrote, were more than Wotton thought; but, getting warning, because the lantz-knechtes go so slowly and only departed hence between 7 and 8 p.m., many of them escaped to Chaalons. They were in all above 1,200 horsemen. Mons. de Nevers was not there; but Brisak, who tarried, was chased by the baron de Curlew, who brake a spear on his back and struck at him with his sword, so that he cried "Je me rendz, Je me rendz." He, however, got away; as did also Captain Corso and Jehan de Turyn, 400 of whose men defended themselves manfully in a church almost a league beyond Vitry. Count Guillaune of Furstenbergh, who was wounded in the neck with an arquebuse, would fain have saved them, but Don Francisco de Est would nowise consent, as they were the Emperor's subjects; so they were all cruelly slain save one. Divers gentlemen dressed like minions of the Court were drowned in the river. Of the horsemen 300 were taken and slain, "who gave the setting on with such a brag that the Almains began to shrink." Don Francisco de Est was among the first that charged. Two ensigns of horsemen, three of footmen and one of pioneers were taken. The Marquis of Brandenbergh was the first to return to camp and present the Emperor with one of these ensigns. Granvelle says that much victual is coming, and will be stored at Vitry. The Emperor has garrisons here-abouts at Pontamouson, Comercis (a very strong place), Ligny (which the Emperor fortifies again), the suburbs of Bar, Surcey (a village of the duke of Lorraine's where are two castles), Verdun, and certain castles taken by this army, as Pierefort, Aspremont, Malatour and Chambley, and now, the greatest of all, at Vitry. Mons. de Ives is appointed to keep the ways clear, which would be easy "if there were not a great number of Loraynes that have as true French hearts as any in Parys hath." Granville says that one of Lorayne, who is married in Ligny and withdrew before the siege, has been sent to him by Mons. de Longueval offering, for the sake of Christendom, to work for a peace; to whom Granvelle says, he answered that he might do little in this and could not see how it might be compassed, but if Longueval could show grounds to induce the Emperor and Henry to listen he would travail therein. A man at arms taken at Ligny, who went home for his ransom, on his return told the Viceroy that he had spoken with the French king, who willed him to say he would treat for a reasonable peace with the Emperor. The Viceroy communicated this to Granvelle; who made like answer as to the first, and tells Wotton that he knows not whether any more will be done. One of the Emperor's macebearers, who supped with Wotton, showed him the end of a letter from a friend in the garrison at Bar, to this effect "we are very likely to have a good peace, for certain apparent causes the which I could show you." The duke of Lorayne lying at Bar, the writer probably heard this in the Duke's Court. The prisoners now taken will not confess the French king to be so sick as was said, but Granvelle thinks it very likely.
On the 29th inst., was again sent for by Granvelle and found the Venetian ambassador with him, who, Granvelle said on his departing, came to declare that the Bishop of Rome and French king (although he named not the Bishop) have again urged the Signory to agree to a league with them against the Emperor, but were refused. Asked Granvelle why he suspected the Bishop, who was sending the duke of Cameryn hither. The duke of Cameryn, quoth Granvelle, has been looked for these three months and was thought not to be coming at all; howbeit he is now coming from Metz, but brings only his household servants, and shall have no charge here although he has married the Emperor's daughter. Granvelle then showed Wotton that a gentleman of Burgundy, the bailly of Digions, had sent him word by a trumpet that he would fain show him matters of great importance to Christendom which he would neither write nor show to anyone else. Whereupon it was concluded that this Burgundian should be brought secretly to Granvelle's tent. The man of arms of Ligny has also desired safeconduct to bring answer to the Viceroy "of that thing that they had spoken of before." Granvelle said he knew not whether an overture of peace was intended thereby but the Emperor desired that Henry should be advertised of it. Wotton replied that the Emperor did as Henry would do with him in like case; and doubtless it was for some overture of peace, now that the French king saw the matter "earnestly meanyd againste him." Granvelle said it might be that the gentleman of Burgundy would only speak of some matter of the county or duchy of Burgundy; and, as the man of arms had been desired to speak for the Spaniards who were driven by tempest into France, he perhaps brought answer to that only. Wotton said he thought the French king would rather make reasonable offers than abide the extremity against these two armies; but Granvelle said he thought they would offer nothing to the purpose as they were not yet pricked to the quick.
Vitry being taken and "saccaiged," the garrison of Duchemen left there, fearing an attack from Chaalons, have burnt the town and suburbs, in which was a great quantity of gunpowder. The Emperor is annoyed, because he meant to make there his staple of victuals and munitions.
The Burgundian gentleman, bailly of Digyons, who says he is in great favour with Orleans, came hither yesterday, and spoke first with Granvelle. He began by extolling the French king's forces, Italians and Switzers, and saying that Henry besieged Monstreul and Bouleyn in vain, and so would the Emperor do at this town. Granvelle cooled him with the reply that Henry reckoned himself sure of both the said towns, and within eight days he should hear other news of this town, and that it was known in what case the French king stood with his Italians and Switzers. Finally the Bailly made overture that Orleans should marry the Emperor's daughter. Granvelle answered (he says) that the French king refused that way when the Emperor was at Gand, and now the Emperor had better considered the matter and, because of his son and the French king's behaviour since, he would nowise agree to it; there was no way but for the French king to restore what he occupied and pay what he owed, to the satisfaction both of the Emperor and Henry. This day, Granvelle says, the Bailly is departed without hope of any further communication. (fn. 8) The man of arms has also been with the Viceroy with the same overture, and has received the same answer. Camp before Sainct Digier, 31 July 1544. Signed.
Pp. 6. Add. Endd.
31 July.1027. Wotton to Paget.
R. O.
St. P., x. 16.
Thanks for good news in his letter of the 18th. Continue mining here; and hindered by wet weather, which is contrary to the promise of all almanacks, but agrees with a prognostication which old women in Ducheland keep for gospel, viz. "that whensoever it raineth at Processi et Martiniani, the which is the third (fn. 9) day of July, then it must needs rain 40 days after"—a foolish rule, but often proved true. They of the town, countermining, have met with one of our mines, and will probably meet with the rest. The best to be made of our long tarrying here is that, even if we had the town, we could not proceed till all our victuals and munitions come. Wrote of one Jasper, a Scot's son, that fled out of France and desired to go into England to the earl of Lynoux. When the Emperor required that he should be stayed here till I had word whether Lynoux would have him, I sent word to Granvelle that I had no place to keep him; whereunto he answered that if the man were honest it would be to his dishonesty to put him in prison, but he might remain with me on parole. Took him accordingly; and he always seemed desirous to go into England. At last on the 24th inst. he went out with seven of my servants for forage, and, being pursued by the enemies, those who were on horseback fled and Jasper and another who were in the wagon hid in a wood. A good while after my man returned out of the wood, but Jasper was never heard of since.
Learns by Italian ambassadors that Petro Strozza having gathered 500 Italians, footmen, in a town of the Cardinal of Ferrara's named Berselle, the Spaniards and lantzknechtes in Carignano went thither and took the town; whereat the duke of Ferrara is grieved, as the Cardinal held it only for life. Barbarossa being clean gone, the Spaniards in Naples and Sardine all come into Lombardy; and the marquis del Guasto has taken two little towns of Piedmont, viz. Cisterna and Auxiline, where the French host mutiny for their pay, against their French, Gascon and Italian captains. Our men here begin to fill the town ditches with faggots. The ambassador of Savoy says that the Bishop of Rome and French king offer the Venetians that the Turk shall render to them Naples in Romania and Malvagia, the Bishop deliver them Ravenna and Cervia and the French king deliver them Cremona and another, town, provided that they will join a league against the Emperor; but they refuse. Camp at Sainct Digier, 31 July 1544.
P.S.—Pray cause these letters to the duke of Alburquerque and Jacques Granado to be delivered.
Hol., pp. 3. Add. Endd.
31 July.1028. French War Contributions.
Add. Ch. 165.
B. M.
Francis I.'s mandate to the bp. of Gap (seeing that the Emperor and the King of England are invading Champagne and Picardy in person, with great armies, and the cost of the army to resist them is very great, and will continue so for the months of August, September and October, to meet which Francis will, among other means, have of the churchmen two tenths of their benefices besides what has been already demanded of them this year) to summon the clergy of his diocese and require them to pay 3,842 livres Tournois for their said two tenths, on the 1st of Sept. next, to be forthwith delivered to the receiver general in Grenoble. Sainct Prins, 31 July 1544, 30 Francis I. Countersigned by L' Aubespine.
Seal lost. Parchment, with the name of the bishop, the amount of the assessment, the receiver's name and the date filled into blank spaces left for them.
1029. Queen Katherine to [Henry VIII.]
Lansd. MS.
1236, f. 9.
Strype's
Eccl.Mem.II.,
App. p. 33.
Though he has not been long absent, cannot be satisfied till she hears from him. Could not endure his absence but that she knows it is not without good cause, for she desires his prosperity more than her own. "God, the knower of secrets, can judge these words not to be only written with ink, but most truly impressed in the heart." Omits more, not wishing to praise herself or crave thanks, knowing that to him as to God she is a great debtor and unable to recompense his least benefits. From Greenwich.
"By your Majesty's humble obedient loving wife and servant Kateryn the Quene K.P."
Hol.
July.1030. The Privy Council to Shrewsbury.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 125.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 289.
Enclose copy of letters received from the King's Council this day, showing the good beginning of his Highness' affairs there, and how the Emperor proceeds.
The King, having seen those letters of Robert Maxwell suing for some entertainment, &c., will have Shrewsbury cause Wharton to answer that the said Robert has so used himself, with others there, as to give the King no cause to be at further charge with him; but, if he will once show his deeds agreeable with these fair words, he will find his Majesty liberal towards him and better lord to his father. Enclose licence for six horses for Glynkarn, "for the which purpose we signified the King's Majesty's pleasure unto you by our letters heretofore."
Draft by Petre, pp. 2. Endd.: A minute to th'erle of Shrewsbury, Julii ao 1544.
1031. Shrewsbury to Sheriffs [in the North].
Shrewsb. MS.,
A., p. 141.
Heralds'
College.
The King, having gone in person with a great army into France, has left the writer as his lieutenant in the North parts with ample power to levy his people against any invasion of the Scots. As it has been the custom of the Scots to take their advantage when the King and his progenitors were out of the realm, "which, God be thanked, they have full dearly bought, as the old chronicles make mention," it is necessary to be prepared. Understanding that the inhabitants of "that county of —— (blank) whereof you be sheriff" are not so well furnished as is expedient, requires him, at next assizes and at other times, to command them to their duties in that behalf. Darneton, the —— (blank) of —— (blank).
Pp. 2. Endd.: The copie of a lettre sent unto the sheriffs.
1032. Henry VIII. to ———.
R. O.
St. P., i., 766.
Being entered into league with the Emperor and having covenanted to invade this year the realm of France, has passed the sea in his own person with a puissant army; and, having commenced the war with honor and likelihood of better success, he sees occasion for greater charge than was at the beginning considered, both for the tarrying longer than was determined and for the leaving money to furnish the strongholds already taken. To prevent inconvenient want of furniture, and because the time is too short to use other means, he is bold of such of his loving subjects as he knows will press themselves to satisfy his desire; and, reputing the person addressed to be such, he requires him to lend the sum of —— (blank) sterling, and deliver it at London to "our trusty and right well beloved Councillor —— (blank) within —— (blank) days next ensuing. Thus doing he will follow the steps of divers of his degree who have already frankly declared their love upon like request and the King promises assuredly to cause the same to be repaid within —— (blank) after this date.
Draft corrected by Petre, pp. 3. Begins: "Trusty and wellbeloved."
R. O.2. Earlier draft (fn. 10) of the above in the form of No. 894, much corrected by Petre to adapt it to the later time
Stamped at the head. Pp. 2. Endd. M. to . . . . . . and pre . . . . . . . . . xjo Aug[usti] 1544.
R. O.3. Modern copy of § 2 in its original form, with Petre's alteration copied separately and a note at the head that it is a true copy and that the original "was stamped Henry R." At the end are the words "and was signed Elizabeth."
Pp. 2.
R. O.4. "Names of such as had letters from Bulloyn."
Abp. of York 500l., bp. of Lincoln, 1,000l., bp. of Westm. 100l., bp. of Norwich 100l., bp. of Ely 500l., bp. of Exeter 500 mks., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield 200l., bp. of Hereford 200l., bp. of Chichester 100 mks., bp. of Carlisle 500 mks., bp. of St. David's 100l., bp. of Landaph 500 mks., bp. of Peterborough 300l., bp. of Gloucester 200l., bp. of Oxford 200l., bp. of St. Assaphen 200l., bp. of Duresme 500l., bp. of London 300l., bp. of Bristow 100 mks., the lord Lomeley 1,000l., the suffragan of Hull 100l., bp. of Ipswich 100l., dean of Poules 100l., dean of Windsor 200l., dean of Elye 100l., dean of Duresme 100l., dean of Lichfield 100l., dean of Westm. 100l., dean of Gloucester 100l., dean of Chester 100l., Mr. Baker of Salysbury 50l. Mr. Magnus 200l., Dr. Baugh, 100l., Dr. Benet of Sarum 100 mks., the archd. of Norwich 100l., archd. of Norff. 100 mks., archd. of Lincoln 100l., archd. of Middlesex 100l., the master of the Savoy 200l., Dr. Marshall 100l., Dr. Olyver 100 mks., Mr. Assheton ———(blank).
P. 1. Endd. as above.
R. O.5. List of persons [applied to?] for the loan.
[The names are in column, many of them with sums of money entered after them in another hand, and most of these with the letters "dd" or other marks opposite them in the margin.]
The Lords Temporal."
Lords Chancellor, Norfolk, Suffolk, Privy Seal, Great Chamberlain, Chamberlain, Admiral; the earl of Essex; the marquis Dorsett; earls of Arondle, Shrewesbury, Surrey, Oxford, Derbie, Westmerlande, Comberlande, Rutlande, Sussex, Huntyngdon, Worcestre, Bathe, Bridgewater; lords Parre, Lawarre, Ferres, Cobham, Dacres, Sturton, Morley, Scrope of Bolton, Montjoye, Montegle, Wentworthe, Sandes, Wyndesour, Mordant, Bray, Boroughe, Lomeley (dd., 1,000 li.), Powes, Cromewell.
"Ladies widows."
The duchess of Rychemound. The countess dowagers Derby, Oxford, Salop, Northumberland, and Bathe.
"Archbishops and bishops."
Canterbury 1,000l., York 500l., Winchester, Lincoln 1,000l., Westm. 100l., Bath 3,000l., Norwich 100l., Ely 500l., Worcester, Exeter 500 mks., Sarum 100l., Co. et Lich. 200l., Chestre, Hertford (sic) 200l., Chichestre 100 mks., Carlisle 500 mks., St. Davys 100l. (altered from 200l.), Rochester 100 mks., Bangre, Landaphe 500 mks., Peterborough 300l., Gloucestre 200l., Oxford 200l., St. Asaph 200l., Durham 500l., London 300l., Bristol 100 mks. (altered from 100l.), suffragan of Hull 100l., Ipswich 100l.
"Deans of Cathedral Churches."
York, Canterbury, Pollis 100l., Windsor 200l., Ely 100l., Lincoln, Norwich, Winton, Exon [100l.], (fn. 11) Sarum, Duresme 100l., Wigorn, Lichfield 100l., Hertford (sic), Chichestre, Carlisle, St. David's, Rochester, Westm. 100l., Peterborowe, Gloucestre 100l., Chestre 100l. [Leicester 100 mks.],* Mr. Baker of Salisbury 50l.
"Chaplains and archdeacons."
Mr. Magnus 200l., Dr. Chambre, Dr. Cockes, Mr. Robynson, Dr. Baughe 100l., Dr. Brerewood, Dr. Benett of Sarum 100 mks., Dr. Crayford, Dr. Belasys, Dr. Wareham, Dr. Rawson of Windsor; the archdeacon Newton of Norwich 100l.; the archdeacons of Norfolk (100 mks.), Lincoln (100l.), and Middlesex (100 mks.); the master of the Savoy 200l., Dr. Marshall 100l., Dr. Olyver 100 mks., Mr. Asheton 100 mks.
"Messenger:—Robynson, Pollaxhille, Debnam."
Pp. 7. Endd.: "Names of divers persons that have advanced money unto the King's Majesty by way of loan."
1033. Boulogne.
Calig. E. i. 62.B. M. . . . . . . [La]ncelot Troylle, officier du gouverneur de Fyennes, de ce [qu'il a en]tendu veritablement de la fortificacion en la ville [de Boul]oigne. Description of the blockhouse near the gate towards the sea which is commonly left open, another at the gate of the castle, the ditch and bulwark within the town, &c. Within the town are victuals for 4,000 men for a year and the garrison men of Therouenne are to be lodged there during their lives.
Mutilated. French, pp. 2.
Ib. ff. 63-66.2. Sketch of Boulogne and forts round it, with notes in Latin.
Pp. 2. Mutilated.
1034. The Siege of Boulogne.
R. O. [Distribution of the artillery at the siege of Boulogne, viz:—] Total number of guns of each kind.
My 1. Lieutenant:—The first battery, cannons 3, demy-cannons 3, culveryns 2, demy-culveryns 2, sakers 3, pioneers 500.
The Mr. of th'Ordnance:—The second battery, with the same numbers of guns but only 400 pioneers.
My 1. Admyral:—The third battery, with the same numbers.
The Mr. of th'Ord [nance], to the mount that is m ..... 6 sakers. For the mount to the Watche Towr ward, my lord of Suff., 2 demy-culveryns and 4 sakers. For a third mount, my 1. Admiral, 2 demy-culveryns and [4?] sakers.
P. 1. Endd. by Paget: Thordre for the batry of the towne.
R. O. 2. [A list of shot and powder for the battery of Boulogne, viz.]
"My 1. Lieutenant for ij dayes xxxv. shot a day"—Cannon shot 280, demi-cannon shot 280, culveryn shot 280, demy-culveryn shot 560, (fn. 12) powder 11½ last.
"The K. for ij dayes after xxxv. shot a day":—C. 140, d. c. 140, cu. 700, d. cu. 210, p. 9½ last.
"My 1. Admyrall for ij dayes xxxv. shot a day":—C. 280, d. c. 350, cu. 420, d. cu. 280, p. 12½ last.
P. 1. Endd.: Proporcion for batry.
R. O. 3. [An estimate for powder, viz.:—]
Cannons 3, every cannon 20 shot, every shot 301b., 12 days, 9 lasts. Demy-canons 3, every demy-canon 20 shot, every shot 201b., 12 days, 6 lasts. Culverins 3, every culverin 20 shot, every shot 161b., 12 days, 4 lasts 4½ barrels 201b. Demy-culverins 2, each 20 shot, every shot 91b., 12 days, 1 last 4½ barrels 201b.
Total of "serpentine powder for xij days battery," 20 lasts 9 bar. 401b.
Pp. 2.
R. O. 4. Another copy of §3 in the same hand.
Pp. 2. Endd.: An estimate for powder.
R. O. 5. A list of different kinds of guns, viz., cannons 10, demy-canons 11, culverins 21, demy-culverins 14, sakers 20, faukons 13, bombardes 5, cannon pery 1; followed by the distribution of the same in three divisions, viz. "for the King's Majesty," "for my lord Lieutenant," and "for my 1. Admyral and the Mr. of th'Ordenaunce."
Remainder 13; besides 50 mortars, 20 privy wagons, 50 shrympes, and 17 small faukons.
Pp. 2.
1035. Grants in July, 1544.
1. Sir Wm. Musgrave. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Sir Edw. Musgrave, dec. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster). Pat. p. 1, m. 32.
2. Edmund Walter. Grant, in fee, for 330l. 6s. 8d., of the messuage, &c., called le Fawcon in tenure of John Fyssher, and formerly of John Hawkens and Margaret his wife, three messuages in tenure of John Everarde, one in tenure of Wm. Riggeley, one of Eustace Kytteley, and one called the Hande, with two others, in tenure of John Crome, all in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, London, a messuage in tenure of John Crom in the parish of St. Clement Danes and one in tenure of Rol. Shakeladye in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, boundaries of each given;—St. John's of Jerusalem. Also two messuages in tenure of Andrew Pellowe and one in tenure of Wm. Bogan in Tottnes, Devon,—Buckfaste; a messuage called Abbottes Burne in tenure of John Hodges in the parish of Henton alias Coldehenton. Soms., — Kaynsham. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Wriothesley, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Ryche, Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 2, m. 28.
3. Thos. Argall and Margaret his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Thos., for 433l., of the messuage, &c., called Kenchehill and lands named, in tenure of George Philipp, in Tenderden and Ebbeney, Kent,—Thos. Crumwell, earl of Essex. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Wriothesley, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Ric. Southwell, Robt. Chydley and W. Staunford). Pat. p. 21, m. 47.
4. The Staple of Boston. Assent to the election of Thos. Mayhewe, as mayor, and Hen. Hood and Wm. Brynkley, as constables, of the staple of wools, hides, wool-fells and lead at the town of St. Botolph's. Westm., 1 July. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 44.
5. Edmund Powell and Eliz. his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Edmund, for 221l. 12s. 11d., of messuages, &c. (19 tenants named) in the parish of St. Thomas Apostle, alias St. Nicholas the Bishop, in Oxford, and rent of 2d. for lands in Offington in tenure of Thos. Bothe,—Rewley; lands (4 tenants named) in Bircote in Dorchester parish, Oxon,—Dorchester; three messuages in Garsington and one in Golder, Oxon, tenants named,—St. John's of Jerusalem and the preceptory of Sampford.
Also grant of a tenement in Wytney parish, Oxon, in tenure of Wm. Lee, and a tenement in Stowe parish, Glouc., in tenure of Ric. Gerves,—Bruerne; a messuage called the Sarsons Hedd in Carter Lane in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene in le Old Fisshestrete, London, in tenure of Ambrose Warcoppe and Isabella his wife,—Newerke, Surr.; a tenement in Slawghter parish, Glouc., in tenure of Adam Bynfeld, another in Barington Parva parish, Glouc., in tenure of Thos. Shadwell, another in Westcoote parish, Glouc., in tenure of Thos. Smyth,—Bruerne; lands called Bircote in Dorchester parish, Oxon, in tenure of John Rowland,—Goring priory; lands in Sampford, Oxon, in tenure of Edmund Powell, —Bisseter priory. Westm., 27 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 9, m. 33.
6. Hugh Losse, of London, and Thos. Bochier. Grant, in fee to the said Hugh, for 951l. 16s., of a tenement in the parish of All Hallows Dowgate, London, in tenure of Wm. Baynard, and previously of Ph. Vanwilder,—Christchurch priory; a great messuage called the Three Tons in Thamystrete in the parish of St. Magnus, London, in tenure of Robt. Baylie, mercer, and two messuages in Laurence Lane in le Olde Jurye, parish of St. Mary de Arcubus, in tenure of John Edwardes,—Minories; two messuages in the parish of St. Peter Paupertatis, in tenure of Thos. Carmerden and Wm. Baker,—Augustine Friars, London; the moiety of an inn called Trinitie Hostell in the parish of Holy Trinity. Cambridge, —Westderham, Norf.; four messuages in le Estcheape in the parish of St. Andrew Hubbard, London, in tenure of Elezius Cormynall, a messuage at le Freshwharf in the parish of St. Botolph beside Billingsgate, in tenure of Ric. Horton, messuages (5 tenants named) in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate, a messuage in Marklane in the parish of St. Olave, in tenure of John Assheton, an inn called le Fawcon in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in tenure of Periona Pynner, and four messuages in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Little, in tenure of Thos. Lee,—St. Mary Graces; a messuage in the parish of St. Dunstan in the West, in tenure of Perkerus Broderer,—Friars Carmelites; messuages (four tenants named) in the parish of St. Benedict, and a messuage in Bridgstreate in the parish of St. Andrew in Estcheape, in tenure of Ric. South alias Slough,—Friars Augustines; messuages within the site of the late house of Friars Minors in the parishes of St. Ewin and St. Sepulchre (four tenants named); three messuages in the parish of St. Olave near the Tower, in tenure of Kath. Butter or Rutter and John Assheton, two messuages in the parish of All Hallows at Dowgate, in tenure of Wm. Mildenall, two messuages in the parish of All Hallows Barkyng, in tenure of Nic. Gennyns and Thos. Pyke, a messuage in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate, in tenure of John Fermiger,—Crutched Friars, London; two messuages in the parish of St. Stephen in Walbroke, in tenure of Ant. Burley and Nic. Scratcher,—College of Acon; a messuage in the parish of St. Andrew Undershafte, in tenure of Ric. Wadde and Marg. his wife, a messuage in the parish of St. Olave in Markelane, in tenure of Alex. Haynes, and two messuages in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate, in tenure of Wm. Nevell,—St. Mary Graces; a messuage in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in tenure of Geoff. Gawdy,—Elsingspittell priory.
Also grant to the said Hugh Losse and William Buttes, senior, practising in medicine, of the King's Council, in fee to the said Wm., of a messuage within the site of the Carmelite Friars, London, in tenure of —— Tickell, widow, a garden late in tenure of Margaret countess of Kent, dec., a piece of void ground called a Leystall at the Eastern end of the said garden, and other messuages, &c., within the said site in tenure of —— Fell, widow, Robt. Heynes, Brian Tailour, the Clothworkers Company, Robt. Clare, Sir Hen. Harecourte, and John Whiskerd. Westm., 8 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 5.
7. Nicholas Cracheir, the King's servant. Grant, in fee (for his services), of four messuages, in tenure of Andrew Barnarde, —— Conysby, and Arnold Rogers, within the site of the late Carmelite Friars of London; also messuages in tenure of Edm. Bekell and himself within the site of the late Friars Preachers, of London. Westm., 26 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 35.
8. James Boyle, of Hereford. Grant, in fee, for 83l. 12s., of the house, &c., of the late Friars Minors in Hereford, with gardens, buildings, water-mills, &c. (described and tenants named; which belonged to it; and a messuage called Manours Place or Mynours Place in Dylwyn Parva, Heref., which belonged to Wormesley priory, in tenure of Thos Holder. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Wriothesley, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Ryche, Ric. Southwell, Whorwood and Sewester). Pat. p. 19, m. 17.
9. Thos. Vachell, of Colley, Berks. Lease of the farm called Cowyk and lands specified in Tylehurst, which belonged to Reading abbey; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 21, m. 42. In English.
10. John Eldar, the King's servant. Annuity of 20l. payable by Ant. Denny, of the Privy Chamber, now collector of the subsidy of 3s. a ton and 12d. a pound in the port of London, or by the collector for the time being; from Michaelmas last. Westm., 27 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July.— P.S. Pat. p. 21, m. 44.
11. Ric. Buckland and Humph. Copleston. Grant, in fee, for 558l. 14s. 10d., of the manor of Hemyngton, Soms., and a mill in Hemyngton parish, with appurtenances in Fulkeland, Checkwell and Hemyngton, Soms., the advowson of Hemyngton rectory, woods named Heywode (48 ac.), Culgrove (2 ac.), Hemyngton Wood (12 ac.), Ramston alias Ramscombe (5 ac.), the Old Park (14 ac.), the woods about the marsh and pastures of Hemyngton and Vylmeade Wood (2. ac.); all which belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted. Westm., 29 June 36 Hen. VIII. Lel. Westm., 1 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 21, m. 49 (dated 5 July).
12. John Grymysdyche, of London. Grant, in fee, for 226l., of 12 tenements, &c., in Budworth, Chcsh., in tenure of Thos. Anderton and others (named), the fishing of Budworth mere, and lands (9 tenants named) in Cumberbache in Budworth parish,—Norton. Del. Westm., 1 July "anno subscripto."—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche and Sir Ric. Southwell). Pat. p. 25, m. 37.
13. Sir Anthony Browne, K.G., Master of the Horse. Grant, in fee, for 1,992l. 8s., of the manor of East Clandon alias Clandon, Surr., and the advowson of the church of East Clandon, woods called Westgaston Coppye (33 ac.), Eastgaston Coppie (47 ac.), Southgaston Coppye (20 ac.), and Busshe Grove (7 ac.), in East Clandon,—Chertesey; the manors of Sende and Jury, Surr., and lands (specified and tenants named) in the parish of Sende,—Newark; and also the chief house and site of Newark, and numerous lands (specified and tenants named) in Send and Wokyng parishes, which belonged to it, including the rectory of Sende and the advowson of the vicarage and the farm called le chapel of Rypley in Rypley, Surr., and woods called Holme Wood (50 ac.), Holme Grove (8 ac.), Cottyswoode (34 ac.), &c. (names and extents given) in Send, Rypley and Ockham; also lands in Fetcham Surr., in tenure of Thos. Marter,—Marton; and a messuage, &c., called le Bowehous in Sleddall, Westmld., in tenure of Sir Thos. Clyfforth and Thos. Sutehill,—Shapp.
Also grant, in fee, of two messuages (boundaries of each given) in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, London. in tenure of the relict of Hen. Dacres, dec., —St. John's of Jerusalem. Del. [Westm.], 1 July [36 Hen. VIII.]. — S.B. (much injured, signed by Cranmer, Hertford, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North and Moyle). Pat. p. 26, m. 20; also p. 28, m. 35.
14. Alan Bellyngeham, of Helsyngton, Westmld. Grant, in fee, for 137l. 10s., of the manor of Helsyngton with a corn mill and fulling mill in Helsyngton, leased to his father Thos. Bellyngeham, dec., as fully as Henry last duke of Richmond or Sir John lord Lumley held them. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Ric. Southwell, Whorwood and Sewester). Pat. p. 28, m. 20.
15. Alex. Hudson. Grant, in fee, for 152l., of the reversion of a tenement in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fleet Street which was granted for life (being then in tenure of Wm. James, merchant tailor) by pat. 14 May 32 Hen. VIII., to John Gylmen, serjeant of the Woodyard, and Susan his wife. Also grant of the said tenement (which lies between those of Reg. Conygrave on the West and Hen. Lee on the East, the Black Swanne inn on the South and the highway of Fletestrete on the North),—Carmelite Friars in London; a messuage, &c., called Popyngay Aley in the parish of St. Bridget in Fletestrete, in tenure of Walt. Smythe.—Cirencester, Glouc.; and the messuage called the Blacke Swanne in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, in tenure of Wm. Thomas, — Carmelite Friars. Westm., 20 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 28, m. 21.
16. Thos. Royell. Grant, in fee, for 146l. 5s. 10d., of the messuages, &c., in Hartyshorne, Derb., in tenure of Nic. Wade, Laur. Tone and Wm. Dethyke,—Repyngdon; the messuage called le Grange place in Hartishorne, in tenure of Hen. and Rog. Towne and Ric. Tumlynson, and two other messuages (tenants named Nabbe and Milner) in Hartishorne,—Croxden, Staff.; the manor of Shortehasselles, Derb., with appurtenances in Hartishorne, in tenure of Chr. Deane.—Pratis, Leicester. Except advowsons. Westm., 28 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 28, m. 23.
17. Ric. Buklande, of London. merchant tailor, and Mary his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 676l. 8s. 9¾d., of a moiety of the manor of Shepton Mallett alias Shepton Malett, Soms., and a moiety of the advowson of the rectory there, as fully as William formerly earl of Huntingdon held them. Del. Westm., 1 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre. Bakere, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke.
18. Sir John Baldwyn, chief justice of Common Pleas. Grant, in fee, for 172l., of the manor of Dunriche alias Duryng, Bucks., with appurtenances in Aston Clynton and Wendover, Bucks., and woods called Stonehill Grove (5 ac.), Ladie Grove (5 ac.), Dunryche Grove (7 ac.), Vie Grave (1½ ac.), Brays Coppice (14 ac.), and Seynt Marye Coppyce (4 ac.), in Aston Clynton, Chesham and Wendover, all which belonged to Margaret countess of Salisbury. Del. Westm., 2 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Baker, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Chydley and Caryll). Pat. p. 5, m. 5.
19. Sir Roger Cholmeley, serjeant at law, and Dame Christiana his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Sir Roger, for 328l. 15s. 4d., of the lordship and manor of Northcraye, Kent, lands in Northcraye in tenure of John Cowper, Peter Strodell, Edw. Johnson and the heirs of Wm. Swyche, woods called Lymden Coppes (6½ ac.), Foxbury Coppes (2 ac. 1 ro.), Scottes Grove (3 ro.), and Wylliamslande (1 ac. 1 ro.), in Northcraye, which belonged to Thomas Crumwell earl of Essex. Del. Westm.. 2 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Wriothesley, St. John, Ryche, Ric. Southwell and Bacon). Pat. p. 18, m. 3.
20. Ric. Wylbram. Grant, in fee, for 252l., of tithes of the towns of Acton, Edleston, Henhill, Hurdeleston, Stok, Pole, Burreland, Fadeley and Brynley, in the parish of Acton, Chesh.. with a barn and gardens at Acton, in tenure of Ric. Egerton, tithes of Choldemanston, Pole and Aston, in Acton parish, in tenure of Wm. Clayton, and tithes in Chorley, Chesh., in tenure of Laur. Rope, and the advowson of the vicarage of Acton, all which belonged to Combermayre mon. Del. Westm., 2 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Baker, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Chydley and Caryll). Pat. p. 21, m. 41.
21. Thos. Sternolde, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, fur 100l., of the house, &c., of the late priory of Bodmyn, Cornw., with its demesne lands (named). Del. Westm., 2 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Sir Ric. Ryche). Pat. p. 28, m. 45.
22. John Whyte, of Southwyk, Hants, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 635l. 9s. 2d. paid to the Augmentations and 44l. paid to the General Surveyors, of lands granted to him for life by pat. 27 May 34 Hen. VIII., viz. lands (specified and tenants named) in Southwyk, Osylden, Burhunt and Hypley, forfeited by the attainder of Hugh Hollande, and all lands so forfeited in Southwyk. Burhunt, Hypley, Havaunt, Brokhampton, Portesmouth, Porchester, and Wykham, Hants. Also copyhold lands called Steynynges and Drawlegges, in tenure of Thos. Shalden and Marg his wife, in Southwyk parish, a messuage, &c., with land called le Hame in tenure of John Barneham and Joan his wife, in Southwyk parish, a messuage and lands called Crychelandes, in tenure of Nic. Faukener and Joan his wife, in Southwik and Wanstede, meadows called Nether Rushins and Squaremede at Bykford, in tenure of Robt. Rawlyns and Edith his wife, in Southwyk parish, meadows at Saint Rokkes Bridge and Hyll, in tenure of Thos. Aman and Eliz. his wife, in Southwyk parish, and a messuage, &c., and crofts, including Pytensers croft, another messuage called Cardelles and a croft called Wyottes, in tenure of John Gylmyn and Alice his wife, in the parishes of Southwyk and West-burhunt; also a chief messuage called le Tylehouse and a garden in the west street of the town of Southwyk, lands called Swetemede and Pedege and lands lying near Walton heath and Ly heath called Staplecrosse, two acres of land in Westburhuntfelde and lands called Shepewashe, Wardelandes, Wardewood, Portysland and Geffreys, Cokesdell and Mountenham, and common pasture upon Portesdowne on the south side of Mountenham coppis, between Porchester common on the south, the eastern corner of Kingsdon and the common of Westburhunt and the highway leading from Southwyk to Porchester on the east, and the end of the lane from Cokkesdell to Mountenham coppis on the west, and tithes upon these within the parishes of Southwik, Westburhunt, Wanstede, Wymeryng and Wydley, Hants, in tenure of Thos. Dalarose; also a tenement, &c., on the south side of the outer gate of the late priory of Southwyk, a little close at Mylbridge, a shop late in tenure of Walter Mynett, a close called Bull Acre at Walton heath, a croft and garden at Newstrete in Southwyk, with three crofts adjoining them near Southwyk Felde, called Rushins, Newclose and Oversuthwikefeldes, tithes of the rectory lands of Wanstede on the north side of Portesdowne, and a close called le Parson's Close in Wanstede, in tenure of Ric. Persons and Dorothy his wife; the messuage and tenement of the mansion and chapel called Saint Leonardes Armytage, with its gardens and closes called Coldefurlonge, Milkhall and Perlantmore and the tithes pertaining to them, in tenure of John Barneham and Joan his wife, in the parishes of Southwyk, Wydley, Wymeringe, Wanstede and Farlington, Hants; a messuage and garden and croft in Holande, Hants, and a croft called Bromeclose in tenure of John Salter and his family, by copy of court roll, in the parishes of Southwyk and Westburhunt; the rectories of Wymeringe and Wanstede, and the advowsons of the vicarages; and woods called Mountenham Coppes (7 ac.) in Southwyk, Crychelandes (2 ac.) in Southwyk and Wanstede, Beryfeld Copps (4 ac.) in Southwyk, Pedege Coppes (1 ac.) in Southwyk, Portisland Copp (1 ac.) and Wardes Wood (3 ac.) in Southwyk, Wansted and Wydley, and Wyottes Copp (2 ac.) in Southwyk; all which belonged to the late priory of Southwyk. Del. Westm., 2 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Norfolk, Suffolk and Russell "virtute Regie commiss." and by Wriothesley, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Walter Hendle and Wm. Staunford.
23. Robert Leversage. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Edw. Leversage dec. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewester). Pat. p. 1, m. 30.
24. John Warner, clk., King's chaplain. Grant, in fee, for 200l. 8s. 2½d., of the manor of Sutton, Oxon,—Quenington preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the messuage or manor of Roryngton beside Chirbury. Salop,—Dynmore preceptory, Heref., and St. John's of Jerusalem; the town of Wynnesley beside Cause alias Caursse in Westbury parish, Salop,—Shrewsbury mon.; the town of Aston Rogers beside Causse alias Caursse in Wortham parish, Salop, and lands in Asturley in Ponsbury parish, Salop, in tenure of Thos. Blower,—Haughmon; and all appurtenances of the premises in Sutton and Cockethorpp, Oxon, and in Roryngton beside Shirbury, Wynnesley beside Cause alias Caursse, Westbury, Aston Rogers beside Cause alias Caursse, Wortham, Asturley and Ponsbury, Salop. Except advowsons, and except the lands called Marshalles Land in Westbury, in tenure of Thos. Trentham, which belonged to Shrewsbury mon., and the lands held by Thos. Passebant in Aston Rogers, which belonged to Haughmon. Westm., 28 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 31.
25. Ric. Bowle, barber surgeon, and John Howe, grocer, of London. Grant, in fee, for 280l. 2s. 8d., of the inn called le Goote in tenure of Wm. Kellett, and the messuage, &c., called Hardeles Tenement, in tenure of Percival Skerne, in the borough of Southwark, Surr., seven messuages (tenants named) in the parish of Holy Trinity, London, and messuages (three tenants named) in the parish of St. George, Southwark,—Marton or Merton priory, Surr.; a tenement in tenure of John Strowbrige in Lyme Regis, Dors.,—Fourde, Devon; a tenement in tenure of John Deye, in Lyme Regis, Dors.,—Newneham, Devon; tithes on the manor of Boxburye in Walkern parish, Herts, formerly in tenure of —— Hocknell and now leased to John Rotheram of Baldock, Herts,—St. Albans; seven messuages in tenure of Wm. Cantwell in Chancellerlane in the parish of St. Dunstan in the West in the suburbs of London (between the highway on the east, Fykkettisfelde on the west, a cottage of the bp. of Chichester's fee on the north and the messuage of Wm. Malchom, clk., on the south),—St. John's of Jerusalem; and a garden and lands called Bysshoppes Hall in tenure of Peter Larke in Kyngeston upon Thames, late parcel of the possessions of the bishop of Lincoln. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Baker, Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 2, m. 7.
26. Thomas Mannok and Dionisia his wife. Grant, in fee, for 248l. 8s. 10d., of the manor, the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Wormyngford, with the wood (16 ac.) called Wormyngford Grove, Essex,—Waltham Holy Cross. Westm., 22 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 19.
27. Sir Robert Southwell, M.R., and Sir Edward Northe, chancellor of Augmentations. Commission to take the following accounts, viz. (1) the proceeds of the sale by Sir John Gresham, John Osburn, John Milles, John White and John Chaterton, commissioners, of certain canvas and other wares at Portsmouth, (2) the receipt by Sir John Gresham, by warrant to lord Chancellor Wriothesley 17 April 35 Hen. VIII., of 4,200l. st. to be made over by exchange to Wm. Damessell in Andwarp for provision of gunpowder, and, by warrant to Sir Ric. Riche, 22 May 36 Hen. VIII., of 3,800l. likewise to be made over for gunpowder, (3) the receipt by Sir John Gresham from Ant. Denny, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber, on 18 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. of 6,000l., on 15 May 36 Hen. VIII. of 1,000l., on 14 June 36 Hen. VIII. of 900l., and on 29 June 36 Hen. VIII. of 600l., to be likewise made over for provision of demilances, &c. (specified), (4) of payment by lord Chancellor Wriothesley, upon the Council's letters of 18 April 35 Hen. VIII., to Sir Ralph Waren, Sir Ric. Gresham, Sir John Gresham, Sir Roland Hill and Humph. Pakyngton, of 2,000l., to be likewise made over by exchange before 12 May following for the taking up of hoys and other affairs in Flanders. Westm., 3 July. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 8, m. 14. In English.
28. Bernard Ochonnor, of the country of Offayley in the realm of Ireland, alias lord of Offayley. General pardon for all offences committed before 17 June 36 Hen. VIII., and grant of all possessions for feited by him on account of them. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 9, m. 4.
29. Ireland. Commission to Sir Anthony Sentleger, K.G., Deputy of Ireland, John Allen, chancellor, Gerald Aylmer, chief justice, Wm. Brabazon, vice-treasurer, and Thomas Cusake, master of the Rolls in Ireland, to make leases of Crown lands there for 21 years or less; also to grant extension of 10 years in the following leases, viz., to the said John Allen of the farm of Leyslip, to Thos. Agarde of the late mon. of Bectyfe, to John Parkar of the farm of Holme Patrik, to Hen. Coley of the farm of Carbery, to Randall a Brewton of the farm of Moylagh, to John a Lee of the farm of Balynagh, to Walter Pepard of the farm of Kilcay.
Also commission to the said Sentleger, Allen, Aylmer, Brabazon and Cusake, and to Thomas Bathe, baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, to sell wardships and marriages. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (countersigned by Wriothesley). Pat. p. 9, m. 5. In English.
30. Sir Anthony Sayntleger, K.G., Deputy in Ireland. Grant (for his services), in tail male, of the lordship and manor and rectory of Kenyngton alias Conyngbroke, Kent, with the advowson of the vicarage, the manor and rectory of Sellyng, Kent, and the advowson of the vicarage, lands called Bowers in Sellyng in tenure of Wm. Petyt, tithes within the borough of Rode and a barn in Sellyng parish, which formerly belonged to Fever-sham rectory, now leased with the manor and rectory of Sellyng to Thos. Austen, all which belonged to St. Augustine's mon. without Canterbury; the chantry of Hedcron and lands specified of many tenants (named) in Hedcrone and Dun-stall, which the King purchased of Thomas Crumwell, earl of Essex; lands specified of three tenants (named) in Hariettisham, Stapleherst and Yaldyng, which belonged to Ledes priory; the manor of Stallesfeld, Kent, which belonged to the preceptory of Westpeckam and to St. John's of Jerusalem; woods called Godderyche Bleyne (80 ac.) in Sellyng parish, which belonged to St. Augustine's, and Newmans Copp (20 ac.) and Starresdane Copp (15 ac.) in Stallesfeld, which belonged to West Peckam preceptory. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured.) Pat. p. 9, m. 12.
31. Arthur Sentleger, one of the prebendaries of the cathedral and metropolitan church of Christ in Canterbury. Licence of non-residence for two years. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 9, m. 31. In English.
32. Sir Anthony Sentleger, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. To be the King's deputy of his realm of Ireland. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Wriothesley; with note by Sir John Baker that it is identical with the old patent except in the word "realm"). Pat. p. 9, m. 35.
33. The town of Galway in Connaught. Ratification of privileges granted by the following letters patent, viz. 26 Jan. and 18 Nov. 19 Ric. II., 12 March 3 Hen. [IV.], 28 Aug. 4 Edw. IV., and 15 Dec. 2 Ric. III., the gist of each of which is recited.
Also grant of the port of Galwey and the bay or arm of the sea which enters between the isles of Aran and flows as far as the town of Galway, and the shipping therein; with reservation of the issues of the cocket there and the privileges of the provost and burgesses of Athinry. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 9, m. 36.
34. Dorothy Dayrell, wife of Paul Dayrell of Lyllyngston Dayrell, and George Tresham. Grant, for 387l. 18s. 8d., to the said Dorothy, in fee, of lands (specified and tenants named) in Coldeaysheby, Ntht.,—Pipwell; and in Coldeaysheby and Welforde,—Sulby.
Also grant to George Tresham, in fee. of tithes in Bamburgh, Linc., in tenure of Bobt. Dighton,—Bardney; lands in tenure of Thos. Wryte in Wadingwourth and Wyspington, Linc., — Staynfelde priory; lands in Maydenwell, Linc., in tenure of Thos. Mylforde,—Barlynges; a messuage called Carrauntes Place in Northey in the parish of Ayshchurche, Glouc., and a water mill there called Carrauntes Myll,—Tewkesbury; except tithes pertaining to the chaplain of Ayshchurche. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen.VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Bobt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John. Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell and Bacon). Pat. p. 18,.m. 16.
35. Alex. Belchar. To be keeper of the manor of Myche Houghton and lands in Houghton, Northampton, Abingdon and Pedington, Ntht., which belonged to John Robbins, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of George Robbins, s. and h. of the said John; with wardship and marriage of the heir. Del. Westm., 3 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by St. John). Pat. p. 19, m. 25.
36. Ant. Brygham, of the Household. Grant, for 168l. 20d., of the manor of Canonende, Oxon, a messuage, &c., called Portaryens in tenure of John (sic) Rydges, clk., late abbot of Nottley. in Caversham, Oxon, a messuage, &c., called le Ferme Place, in tenure of Thos., Simon and Beatrice Lovejoye in Canonende and Caversham, Oxon, three messuages called Cannonlande there in tenure of Simon Whythyll, a messuage, &c., called Powkis in tenure of John Weste, in Caversham, and many other messuages and lands (specified and tenants named) in Caversham; all which premises belonged to Nottley mon., Bucks. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 2, m. 18.
37. Thomas lord Audeley of Walden, dec., Thomas Audeley, sen., his brother, and Thomas Audeley, jun. Pardon of a bequest, made 19 April 35 Hen. VIII., by the said lord Audeley, without the King's licence, to the said Thomas Audeley, sen., for life, with remainder to his son the said Thos. Audeley, jun., in tail, of the manor or messuage called Berechurche, with the park and the advowson of the church there and lands in Berechurche, Westdonyland. Estdonylande and Fyngrynghoo, and lands called Colles Lande and Colles Medowe in Aburton, a water mill in Layer de la Hay, the manor or messuage called Gosebekkes, rent of 20s. out of the manor of Hardstedhall (which rent belonged to the priory of St. Botolph), and all lands of St Botolph's priory in Stanwey and Westdonyland, the site, &c., of the late Crossed Friars of Colchester, the messuage called the Bell, &c., the wood called Crokelford. Wood (which belonged to the priory of St. Botolph in Colchester), and lands called Butlers, in Aburton and Peldon, and Trumpyntons, in Magna Tey, Essex. After which, viz. 30 April 36 Hen. VIII., the said lord Audeley died. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 3, m. 26.
38. John Aylyff, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 236l. 13s. 4d., of all messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Alban in Woodstrete, London, eight tenants named, two messuages (tenants named), in the parish of St. Olave commonly called Saynte Towleys in Sylverstrete, London, and all messuages in the parish of St. Nicholas Oleff, London, in tenure of the churchwardens there,—priory of Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ-church, London; five messuages (tenants named) in Woodstrete, in the parish of St. Alban's, Woodstrete, London,—Notley, Bucks; a shop, &c. (tenant Ric. Burr), in the parish of St. Margaret in Bredstrete, London,—St. Mary Overey. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 3, m. 36.
39. Wm. Carr. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Ralph Carr, dec. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewester). Pat. p. 5, m. 19.
40. Thomas Josselen and Dorothy his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Thomas, for 260l.10s., of the manor of Bromeshowe Bury, Essex, with the site, &c., of the same, the close called Slowefelde (54 ac.) in the parish of Kynges Hatfild alias Hatfelde Brodocke, Essex (between Slowediche grove on the south, the fields called Highefeldes on the west, the highway from Takeley to Chelmysforde on the north, and the grove called Longe Hoes on the east), and many other closes (similarly specified) there, and a rent of 2s. paid by Robt. Noke of Muchehalingebury for a way across Greate Reddlande to certain lands in Cotefeld; which premises belonged to Edward duke of Buckingham, attainted, and are in tenure of Ralph Hall; also a wood of 5 ac. in Kinges Hatfild and another called Cokkes Shote (3 ac.) there which belonged to Buckingham. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much injured, bearing the note that "this purchase doth pass at the especial suit of John Gattes esquire, one of the gentlemen of the Privy Chamber"). Pat. p. 5, m. 20.
41. Wm. Forth alias Ford. Grant, in fee, for 501l. 12s. 4d., of the manor of Tangeham, Suff., a wood called Bellys Grove thereto belonging and all appurtenances, except the advowson of Tangeham vicarage, all which are in tenure of Lady Anne of Cleves for life,—Butley; a grange and lands in the towns of Mylborn, Milborn Graunge and Holgill, Westmld., in tenure of Thos. Sandfforth, and lands (tenants named) in Sklegill and Rose Gilles in Nubie, Melkenthropp and Magna Stryckland, Westmld.,—Shapp; messuages, &c., described and tenants named, in the parishes of St. Martin in the Fields and St. Margaret Westminster, Midd., which the King purchased from the bp. of Durham as parcel of the bailiwick of St. James in the Fields, Midd., viz., 22 messuages, &c., between the mansion called Durham Place and the lane called Ivelane, and four messuages, &c., in Westminster, between the tenement of John Rede on the west and that of the church of St. Botulph without Aldergate on the east; all which were leased to Wm. Habelthwayte, 20 March 28 Hen. VIII., for 21 years. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche. Sir Ric. Southwell, Rob. Chydley and Wm. Staunford). Pat. p. 7, m. 1.
42. John Horner. Lease of the demesne lands of Stratton upon le Fosse, a coal mine within the lordship of Stratton, a meadow called Yorkmede in Wydecombe lordship, and lands formerly in tenure of Ric. Felde in Wydecombe lordship, the demesne lands of Welton manor, and all demesne lands in Mydsomer Norton, all which belonged to the late earl of Huntingdon in cos. Soms. and Dors., and were leased, by pat. 11 Nov. 22 Hen. VIII., to John Hyde, who now surrenders that lease; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 8, m. 12.
43. Walter Pepparde, gentleman usher. Licence to export 500 dickers of tanned hides from England or Ireland. Del. Westm., 4 July "anno subscripto."—S.B. (countersigned by Chancellor Wriothesley). Pat. 36 Hen. VIII. p. 21, m. 43. In English.
44. Philip Roche, merchant, of Kynsale in Ireland. Licence to export from England into Ireland 1,500 qr. of wheat and malt and 1.500 qr. of beans. Westm., 12 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. (countersigned by Wriothesley, with the note that "this warrant was first granted towards the building of a fortress"). Pat. p. 21, m. 44.
45. Maurice Barkeley, a gentleman usher of the Privy Chamber. Lease of the farm of Ridding Courte within the lordship of Dachet, Bucks., which lordship is a member of the castle of Windsore; for 21 years. On surrender of similar lease, 1 March 16 Hen. VIII., to Clement Bagfeth. Del. Westm., 4 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 21, m. 46.
46. Chr. Boothe, one of the King's footmen. To be one of the four foresters of Gawtres alias Galtres forest, Yorks., commonly called "the four pateners," in reversion after John Wyghell. Westm., 27 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 28. m. 12.
47. John Lambard or Lamberd. Grant, in fee, for 388l., of tenements in Southwark, Surr., viz. one in the parish of St. Saviour, in tenure of Peter Kyng, two in Purcez Alley in the parish of St. Olave, in tenure of Roger Saltpeter, and one in the parish of St. Olave; and a chief messuage and eight tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Bothawe, London, in tenure of Wm. Freman;—St. Mary Overey, Surr. Also a dyehouse in the parish of All Hallows the Greater in Thamys Strete. London, in tenure of John Curtyes,—Dartfford nunnery, Kent. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Wriothesley, St. John, Sir Ric. Southwell, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 1, m. 34.
48. John Maynard and Wm. Breton. Grant, for 755l. 4s. 3d., of numerous messuages, &c. (specified and tenants named), in various streets, &c., of the town of St. Albans, Herts,—St. Alban's mon.; a watermill called Walke Mylle alias Heth Myll in Chaddesley, Worc., in tenure of Thos. Forrest, and lands called Mawtes Furlong in Chaddesley, within the lordship of Dunclent, and Spelleyhull in Chaddesley, within the lordship of Stone, leased with the said watermill,—Bordesley; a messuage, &c., in Sherynton alias Sheryngton, Bucks, in tenure of Henry Audeley, a messuage, &c., in Bryxworth, Ntht., in tenure of Thos. Myne, cottages, &c., in Hertwell, Ntht., in tenure of Thos. Musserd and Thos. Barbour, a tenement in le Drapery, Northampton, in tenure of Thos. Pemberton, and tithes in Wollarston, Ntht., in tenure of John Spencer,—Delaprey; closes (extents given) in Hawkesworth within Ottley parish, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Wood,—Essholte priory; lands in Mukton, Linc., in tenure of Wm. Curtes, —Alvingham; a tenement, &c., in le Frenche Rowe in St. Albans, Herts, in tenure of Ric. Sherpe, and another in Halywell Street there, in tenure of John Nager, another tenement, &c., in St. Albans, in tenure of Thos. Clewe, and a watermill called Soppewell Mill in St. Albans, in tenure of Sir Fras. Bryan, with appurtenances in St. Peter's parish, Herts,—St. Albans mon.; twelve messuages, &c., in High Holborne in St. Andrew's parish, Midd., in tenure of Ric. Tailour,—Charterhouse. Westm., 29 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July.—P.S. (injured). Pat. p. 3, m. 21.
49. Ambrose Jermyn. Grant, in fee, for 247l. 10s. 8d., of the manor of Wattlesfeld, Suff., and woods called Croft Wood (25 ac.), Lowndewood (37 ac.), and Bryans Wood (4 ac.), in Wattlesfeld,—Bury St. Edmund's. Westm., 27 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 5.
50. Paul Wythypoll, merchant tailor, of London, and Edmund Wythypoll his son. Grant, in fee, for 986l. 6s. 8d., of the lordship and manor of High Hall alias Walkhampstowe Tony in Walkhamstowe, Essex, parcel of the lands commonly called Cooparcioners Landes, formerly of the duke of Somerset, with the woods called Helbrynkes (16 ac.) and Bakers Marshe (4 ac.) in Walcomstowe.
Also grant, in fee, for 394l. 14s. 8d., of the lordship and manor of Marke and the messuage and farm and hereditament called le Marke in the parishes of Leyton and Walkehamstowe, Essex, leased to John Roulesley, and two messuages in tenure of Wm. Nasshe and John Gryme in the parish of St. John in Walbroke, London,—St. Helen's priory, London; and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Walcomstowe,—priory of Holy Trinity commonly called Christechurche, London. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere. Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Wriothesley, St. John. Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 18, m. 15.
51. Henry Holbeche, now duly elected bp. of Rochester. Licence to hold, together with his bishopric, from the feast of SS. Philip and James last until the same feast in the year 1550. the vicarage of Bromysgrove and chapel of Norton Regis thereto annexed, Worc. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII—S.B. Pat. p. 21, m. 43. Rymer, XV. 37.
52. Gasperyne de Gaffyne, the King's servant. Licence to export 200 undressed woollen cloths. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S B. (countersigned by Sir Ant. Browne). Pat. p. 21, m. 46.
53. Ric. Blounte, one of the ushers of the Chamber. To be keeper of the park and steward of the manor of Caversham alias Cawsham, Oxon, vice John Bricket, master cook for the King's mouth, who surrenders patents of 6 April 32 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Rolte, serjeant at arms, and him, and 21 Sept. 33 Hen. VIII., to himself, by which he held these offices. Westm., 28 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 21, m. 48.
54. George Tressham and Elizabeth his wife. Grant, in fee to the said George, for 91l. 17s. (on surrender of a grant, by pat. 4 May 31 Hen. VIII., to the said Elizabeth, then Elizabeth Salvage, of a pension of 40l. for life), of the rectory of Newton Magna and Newton Parva, Ntht., in tenure of John Lane, of Ketering, with tithes and other appurtenances specified,—Pypwell; rents and lands (specified and tenants named) in Hayforde, Ntht.,—St. James's beside Northampton; a wood in Weldon and Dene, Ntht., called Priors Copps, and lands in Weldon, tenant Robt. Slye, and in Dene, tenant Joan Clerk,—Fynneshade priory; the rectory of Desbrughe, Ntht., in tenure of Giles Pulton,—Rothewell priory; with the advowson of the vicarage of Desbroughe; and the close called Gorefeldes, Bucks, in tenure of Arthur Longvyle,—Delapray, Ntht. Westm., 5 July. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 23, m. 23.
55. John Gates, the King's servant, and Thomas Throgood. Grant, in fee, for 1,263l. 10s. 4d., of the reversion of the messuages, &c., in the following Crown leases, viz. (1) 22 June 33 Hen. VIII., to Ric. Tredrey of three tenements (tenants named) within the precinct of the Grey Friars beside Newgate, London, for life, (2) 22 Nov. 32 Hen. VIII., to Edm. Levesey of a tenement leased to Robt. Cranewell within the said precinct, for life, (3) 19 April 32 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Grene of a tenement in tenure of John Armestrong in the parish of St. Leonard in Estcheape, London, which belonged to Halywell mon., for life, (4) 14 April 33 Hen. VIII., to Ric. Daye of three tenements in Graciouse Strete, London, in the parish of All Hallows, in tenure of Robt. Adelsey and one in tenure of Wm. Pratt, for life, (5) 19 March 35 Hen. VIII., to Massea de Myllan, widow, late wife of Peter Myllan, Greek, of a messuage, &c., late in tenure of the late lord Zouche and of the said Massea within the precinct of the late Black Friars, London, for 21 years.
Also a messuage, &c., in Hoggenlane in the parish of St. Michael in Woodd Strete, and a piece of void ground there (boundaries of each given) in tenure of John Smyth, baker, and a tenement called le Ball (formerly le Booryshedd), in tenure of Thos. Blank, haberdasher, and a messuage, &c., in tenure of Ant. Cowley (late of Peter Bankes), in the parish of St. Leonard in Estcheape,—Holy Trinity, commonly called Christchurch, London; two messuages, &c., at Bysshoppes Gate, London, tenant Geo. Colyns,—Wenlok, Salop; two messuages, &c., in tenure of Wm. Lacye and Wm. Maye in the parish of St. Thomas Apostle, in tenure of Nic. Spencer, and one in the parish of St. Swithin in Candelwykstrete, London, in tenure of Robt. Aldford,—College of Acon; two messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Olave beside the Tower, tenant Robt. Grace, and two in the parish of St. Mary in Aldermanburie, tenant Laur. Maxefeld,—St. Helen's priory; three tenements in Mark Lane in the said parish of St. Olave, tenant Chr. Vyllers, four in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate, tenants Ric. Wroughton and Laur. Todman, one in the parish of St. Benet in Fynk, tenant Thos. Russheton, one called le Swan in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, tenant Ric. Hudson,—mon. of Graces; a tenement and piece of void ground at the gate of the late Friars Minors, tenant Anne Lethego, widow, and a messuage, &c., within the site of the said Friars, tenants John Wyseman and Thos. Yare, which belonged to the said Friars Minors; a shop in the parish of St. Anne, London, within the site of the late Friars Preachers, tenant Edm. Elmisse; two messuages in Marke Lane, tenant John Pratt, and an inn called le Crane, tenant John Sleight, in the said parish of St. Olave, and six messuages in le Olde Chaunge, tenant Wm. Gymlett, and two in the parish of St. Botolph, tenant Robt. Kyrk,—Crossed Friars; two messuages, &c., within the precinct of the Friars Preachers, tenants — Founteyn and Wm. Raynton; a messuage in the parish of St. Leonard in Estchepe, tenant Ric. Grene, and in Grubbstrete in the parish of St. Giles Crypplegate, London, tenant Reginald Hatfeld,—Hallywell priory; three messuages in the parish of All Hallows in Graciouse Strete, in tenure of Robt. Aldersey, one there in tenure of Wm. Pratt, an inn there in tenure of John Starkye, a messuage there in tenure of Wm. Cobbe, a messuage called le George in tenure of Thos. Peterboroughe, a meadow of 30 ac. in the parish of St. Pancras, Midd., and a messuage in the parish of All Hallows in Graciouse Strete, in tenure of Simon Englysshe, messuages in the parish of St. Michael at Quene Hythe, tenants John Hyll and Eleanor Studdley,—Charterhouse; a messuage in the parish of St. Mary in Wolechurche, tenant Eliz. Burley,—Clerkenwell priory; a chief messuage called "the Abbottes Lodgyng of Ramsey" and six messuages on the south side of it in Whyte Crosse Strete, in the parish of St. Giles without Crypplegate, London, tenant Sir Nich. Hare, two gardens there in tenure of John Twysselton, and twenty-nine other messuages, &c. (tenants named), in that parish,—Ramsey mon., Hunts; and a messuage beside the gate and within the precinct of the Friars Preachers, late in tenure of lord Zouche and now of Peter Menema, Greek. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much injured, signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, and others whose signatures are lost). Pat. p. 28, m. 4.
56. Owen ap Kyenvryk ap Tudder. Lease of four tenements and 200 ac. of escheated land in the town of Myvot in the commote of Istulas and lordship of Denbigh, co. Denbigh, in tenure of Dd. Lloyd and Meredith ap Robert; for 21 years from Mich. next. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 28, m. 7.
57. Sir George Carewe, the King's servant, and Dame Mary his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Sir George, for his services, of the manor of Chetylhamton, Devon, except the park, lately disparked, called Chetylhamholt, in tenure of Gawin Carewe in Chetylhamton parish, the manor of Newham alias Newneham in the parish of Chulmelegh, Devon, the grain and fulling mills of Newham in tenure of Thos. Hollamore, the farm of the manor of Buckeland Tryll in the parish of Axmouth, Devon, in tenure of Walter Langley, and the farm of the manor of Stotecombe in Axmouth in tenure of John Tanner, all which belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Daunce, Moyle and Staunford). Pat. p. 28, m. 8.
58. John Mydwynter, of Exeter. Grant, in fee, for 111l., of the chief messuage, &c. (described and tenants named), in the parish of St. Petroc in Exeter, which belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted. Westm., 26 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 28, m. 13.
59. James Hawe. Grant, in fee, for 254l. 3s. 4d., of the manor and the advowson of the parish church of Southerey, Norf.,—Bury mon., Suff.; and lands in Barningham (both within and without the close), Suff., now held by John Balderey under lease of Monday on the feast of St. Michael 1488, 4 Hen. VII.,—St. Sepulchre's priory in Thetford. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Hendle and Staunford).
60. Richard Luddington, clk. Presentation to the vicarage of Aldenham, Linc. dioc., void by the death of John Parker. Del. Westm., 5 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B.
61. John Halile, of the Jewel House. Grant, in fee, for 178l. 14s. 8d., of all (three) messuages in the parish of St. James Apostle at Garlikhith. London, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem (situations described), in tenure of John Pratte and Thos. Walter, and three messuages in Bradstrete in the parish of St. Michael of Quenehith, between the tenement of Sir Wm. Barentyne on the east, north and south, and the highway of Bredstrete on the west, in tenure of Wm. Nelson; all which premises are leased to Robt. Seymer for life by pat. 27 July 35 Hen. VIII. Also eight messuages, &c. (described and tenants named), in Foster Lane, in the parish of St. Michael ad Bladam, which belonged to the late college of Acon, London, and were granted to the said John Halile, for life, by pat. 12 July 32 Hen. VIII. Westm., 28 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July.—P.S.
62. Matthew earl of Lynox. Denization. Westm., 6 July. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 20, m. 20. Rymer, XV. 37.
63. Thomas Bysshopp, secretary of Matthew earl of Lynox. Denization. No note of delivery.—S.B. (countersigned by Chancellor Wriothesley). Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 20, m. 21 (dated Westm., 6 July). Rymer, XV. 38.
64. Nicholas Denton, and William Denton his son. Grant, in survivorship, of the office of clerk of the watch of the retinue at the town of Berwick. On surrender of pat. 1 Oct. 25 Hen. VIII. to the said Nicholas alone. Del. Westm., 6 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Sir Ant. Browne Pat. p. 21, m. 45.
65. Henry Storrey of Clyvelande, Yorks., and Anne his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Henry, for 78l. 18s. 8d., of messuages, &c., in Aslabye, within the bpric. of Durham in co. York (sic), in tenure of Ric. Makney and Wm. Marwood, which belonged to Gysbourne mon. Also, for 94l. 10s., of lands in Colde Inglebye, Yorks., partly in tenure of Sir Hen. Gascoigne, which belonged to Jarvaux mon. Del. Westm., 6 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. South well, North, Moyle, Hendle and Duke). Pat. p. 28, m. 14.
66. Gruff ap Jevan. Lease of lands specified in the towns of Seryor, Dynhengron and Brynffannyng, late in tenure of Dd. ap Eign', in the commote of Istulas within the lordship of Denbigh, co. Denbigh, and lands specified in the commote of Issalet within the lordship of Denbigh, all now in tenure of the said Gruff ap Jevan; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 2, m. 8.
67. William Sanders and Frances his wife. Livery of lands in the right of the said Frances, d. and h. of Wm. Zouche, dec. Del. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewester). Pat. p. 2, m. 16.
68. Roger and Robert Taverner. Grant, in fee, for 481l. 3s. 10d., of four tenements, &c. in Charterhouse Lane in the parish of St. Sepulchre without New gate. Midd., in tenure of Wm. Eggeborn, John Whyte and Ric. Alen, two tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, in the suburbs of London, in tenure of Wm. Pykering, and one tenement in the parish of St. Michael at Quenehithe, in tenure of the widow Graye.—Charterhouse; a tenement in Fogwell in Charterhouse Lane, parish of St. Sepulchre, in tenure of Thos. Turnebole, and thirteen other tenements there (tenants named),—Charterhouse; all tenements, &c., in the parishes of St. Alphege in Mugwellstrete and St. Olave in Sylverstrete beside Crepulgate, in tenure of John Rollesley. which belonged to St. Helen's priory; two tenements in Smythfeld in the said parish of St. Sepulchre (lying between le George on the west, the highway on the south and east, and the tenement belonging to St. Sepulchre's church on the north), in tenure of Robt. Reason, two in Westsmythfeld in the same parish in tenure of John Stanes, "iremonger," three in Snourehilstrete in the same parish in tenure of Wm. Doncaster and Wm. Typlady, ten in Wyndeagayne Lane and five in Snourehyll in the same parish in tenure of Wm. Bull, and two in Snourehyll (between that late in tenure of Thos. Doncaster on the east, and that of St. Sepulchre's church on the west, in tenure of John Bowyer,—St. Bartholomew's priory in West Smythfeld; lands of the yearly value of 6s. 10½d. in tenure of Thos. Thomson in Golcebye, Linc., and lands there of like value in tenure of Thos. Braye,—St. Katharine's priory beside Lincoln; lands of the yearly value of 5s. in tenure of Wm. Boynton in Humberston, Linc.,—Humberston; lands called Makkam of the yearly value of 2s. 6d. in tenure of John Clerke, in Cokeryngton, Linc., lands called Southonclose of the yearly value of 18s. in tenure of Robt, Whalley, in Alvyngham, Linc., and lands of the yearly value of 9s. in tenure of John Patyson, in Alvyngham and Yerdborowe, Linc., — Lowthparke abbey; two tenements in Fletestrete in the parish of St. Dunstan in the West, in the suburbs of London, in tenure of Wm. Rigeley, Surrey, granted to Sir Wm. Pownder and Margaret his wife for life,—St. Mary Overey priory; and four tenements in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, in tenure of Wm. Aunsell, and three others (named), granted to John Clynkerdagger for life,—Charter-house. Del. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell. Moyle, North, Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 2, m. 10.
69. Philip de Aranda. Spaniard. Licence, at the contemplation of the duke of Alberqueq, to export 500 dickers of tanned leather. Del. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 21, m. 49. In English.
70. Giles Gore. Grant, in fee, for 591l. 15s. 7d., of the lordship and manor of Grutlyngton. Wilts, which belonged to Glastonbury mon., with the advowson of Grutlyngton rectory. Del. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. South-well. North, Moyle, Wriothesley. Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 28, m. 11.
71. John Barwyke, of Eston, Wilts. Grant, in fee, for 192l. 10s., of the lordship and manor of Blanforde St. Mary alias Seynt Marye Blanforde, Dors., in tenure of John Frye—Clerkenwell priory, Midd. Also, for 161l. 14s. 4d., of lands called Ippyngescombe alias Hippynges-combe, in tenure of Thos. Hall. Parcel of Marleburgh manor, Wilts, which belonged to the late Queen Jane; and the hay called the Kynges Haye, in tenure of Charles Bulkeley, in Hippyngescombe within Chuett forest, Wilts, and ten woods (named) containing 314 ac., in Hyppyngescombe. Del. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John. Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 28, m. 12.
72. Thomas Cornwales. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Sir John Cornwales. Del. Westm., 8 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewester). Pat. p. 2, m. 17.
73. Francis Jobson and Elizabeth his wife, Andrew Dudley, Robert Hennage, and Richard Duke. Grant, in fee to the said Francis, for 430l. 10s., of the site, &c., of the late preceptory of Newlande, Yorks., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, the lordship and manor of Newlande, with closes and woods (specified) and all appurtenances in Newlande, Normanton, Wodehouse, Altoftes, Snytall, Huntwyke, Sherleston, Sandall, Walton, Chapelthorpe, Cregilston, Milnethorpe, Wakefelde, Staneley, Owchetroppe, Loft-house, Pountfrett, Fryston beside the Water, Horreberry, Kyrkethorpe and Carleton, Yorks.; also rents and lands (specified and tenants named) in Normanton, Woodhouse, Altoftes, Snytall, Huntwike (which belonged to the mon. of St. Oswald of Nostelles), Sherleston, Sandall, Walton, Chapelthorpe, Cregilston, Mylnethorpe, Wakefelde, Staneley, Owchetroppe and Lofthouse, Pountefrett, Fryston beside the Water, Horreberry, Kyrkethorpe and Carleton, all which belonged to Newlande preceptory. Also the lordship and manor of Abbottes in Stanwey, Essex, in tenure of John George, with its appurtenances in Stanwey, Fordham, Copforde, and Lexden, Essex,—Waltham Holy Cross; the house, site, buildings (specified), &c., of the late Grey Friars in Colchester, Essex; a close of 15 ac. (boundaries given) in Hackeney, Midd., in tenure of Robt. Hennage and lands in the parish of Hackeney, formerly in tenure of Wm. Lowthe, goldsmith, and afterwards of John Hedge, which belonged to the new hospital of St. Mary without Bysshoppisgate, London, except the field on the western side of Hackeney rectory in tenure of Chr. Ursewyke, the rector. Also the farm and messuage or manor called Brasewyke in Myleende and Lexden beside Colchester, Essex, in tenure of Fras. Jobson and woods called Acremanswoode, Welshewoode and Cherite Grove, within the liberties of Colchester, which belonged to Thomas Crumwell, earl of Essex, attainted, and previously to St. John's mon. in Colchester. Del. Westm., 8 July 36 Hen. VIII. — S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Wriothesley, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 3, m. 9.
74. Ralph Hopton. Grant, in fee. for 572l. 16s. 8d., of the reversion and part of the rent reserved on a 21 years' lease to him, 28 Oct. 31 Hen. VIII., of the site and certain lands specified of the late mon. of Wytham, Soms., with tithes in Wytham, Westbarne, Billerica, Quarre and le Frary, Soms. Also grant of the premises and other lands (specified and tenants named) in Wytham, the rectory of Wytham and certain tithes there,—Wytham. Westm., 28 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 22.
75. Ric. Pymonde. Grant, in fee, for 437l. 10s., of lands in tenure of Thos. Crofte in Caton, Claughton and Gryssyngham, in Lonesdale, Lanc.,—Cokersande; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Batteley, Yorks., with lands and tithes (tenants named) in Morley, Batteley and Gilderston, Yorks., and five messuages, &c. (tenants named) in Crofton, Yorks.,—St. Oswald's. Del. Westm., 8 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 9, m. 39.
76. John Clerke, of Hadley, Suff. Grant, in fee, for 254l. 10s. 3½d., of the reversion of the manor or lordship of Leyham, Suff., now in tenure of Malina Tylney, widow, and leased, 4 May 35 Hen. VIII., for 21 years, to Wm. Awsteyn, which belonged to the late Queen Jane. Also grant of the said manor, the advowson of the rectory of St. Andrew in Leyham, and a wood called Moche Wood (30 ac.) in Leyham. Del. Westm., 8 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bradshawe, John Caryll and Chydley). Pat. p. 14, m. 11.
77. John Crompton, of the borough of Southwark, armourer. Licence to export 500 unwrought broad cloths. Westm., 7 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 July.—S.B. Pat. p. 28, m. 13. In English.
78. Queen Katharine. Commission as regent of the realm in the King's absence in France; and appointment of Thomas abp. of Canterbury, lord Chancellor Wriothesley, Edw. earl of Hertford, great chamberlain, Thomas bp. of Westminster and Sir Wm. Petre, one of the King's prime secretaries, as her Councillors, and of the said earl of Hertford as chief captain of her armies. Del. Westm., 9 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 1. Rymer, XV. 39.
79. The city of Bristol. Grant, for 789l. 17s. 10d., of the manor of Temple Fee, within the said city, cos. Bristol and Soms., which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, and to Templecombe preceptory, free rents from lands and tenements (tenants named) in various streets and places of Bristol, and in Portebury and West Weston, Soms., and also messuages, &c., specified (and tenants named) in Bristol, and all appurtenances of the said manor; and a piece of void ground, 47 ft. long by 23 ft. wide, upon the bridge of Bristol in St. Thomas's parish, between tenements of David Harrys on the south and Thos. Launcedon on the north, which belonged to Wyttham priory; and numerous lands (specified and tenants named) within the town, suburbs and liberty of Bristol and the hundred of Barton, Glouc., lately purchased from viscount Lysley, Del, Westm., 9 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, and others whose signatures are lost). Pat. p. 28, m. 1.
80. Thos. Parker, late of Netherhaddon, Derb., gentleman. General pardon of felonies, &c. Del. Westm., 9 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 28, m. 9.
81. John Ryther, the King's servant. Lease of 8 ac. of meadow in Whavemedowe within the manor of Grynstede, and a field of 15 ac. called Whetenfeld in Grynsted, late in occupation of Thos. Duryvall and now in that of the said John, which belonged to Thomas earl of Essex, attainted; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 9 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 28, m. 9.
82. Sir Henry Knevet, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Confirmation of the grant to him in tail male, 25 Sept. 25 Hen. VIII., of the manor of Cundour, Doryngton and Ryton, Salop, which belonged to Sir Francis viscount Lovell, attainted; and grant of the reversion of the same to him and his heirs in fee. Del. Westm., 9 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 28, m. 10.
83. Geoffrey Danyell. Grant, in fee. for 62l. 10s., of numerous messuages, &c. (specified and tenants named), in the borough of Marlborough. Wilts, which belonged to Bradenstock mon., Mayden-bradley mon., and the priory of St. Margaret beside Marlborough. Del. Westm., 9 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, Bakere, Moyle, North, Robt. Chydley and John Caryll). Pat. p. 28, m. 48.
84. Roger More, serjeant of the Accatry (emptoria), and Agnes his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Roger (in exchange for 328 ac. of land and 5 ac. 70 per. of meadow in Blakthorne and Ambersden, Oxon), of 107 ac. of meadow, &c., in Wrechewike, Oxon,—house of Aysherige; and common of pasture in the hamlet and fields of Wrechewike. Del. Westm., 10 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Ryche and Duke). Pat. p. 19. m. 31.
85. Peter Moores, a native of the Emperor's dominions. Denization. Westm., 11 July. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 36.
86. Chancellor Wriothesley, High Chamberlain Hertford. Thomas bp. of Westminster, and Secretary Petre. Commission to compound with persons desiring exemption from attending the King into France, as, by Acts of 11 and 19 Henry VII., all who have grants of lands, offices, annuities, &c., from the King, are bound to do. Del. Westm., 11 July 36 Hen. VIII. — S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 2. Rymer, XV. 46. n English.
87. Thomas abp. of Canterbury, Chancellor Wriothesley, High Chamberlain Hertford, Thomas bp. of Westminster, and Secretary Petre. Commission to Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster and Petre to sign grants of lands, with condition that the King may redeem them within one year, to the mayor, aldermen and citizens of London, who have advanced certain money to the King for his enterprise against the French King; and to Wriothesley, as Chancellor, to pass such grants. Del. Westm., 11 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S. B. Pat. p. 8, m. 2. Rymer, XV. 45. In English.
88. Queen Katharine, Regent general of the realm. Commission to her and any two of the Councillors appointed to her to sign warrants to the King's treasurers for money. Del. Westm., 11 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S. B. Pat. p. 8. m. 2. Rymer, XV. 44. In English.
89. Sir John Woderington and Thomas Gower, the King's servants. Grant, in survivorship. of the office of marshal of the town of Berwick, with such fees, &c., as Thomas Musgrave had. On surrender of pat. 11 April 32 Hen. VIII., granting the office to Woderington alone. Westm., 7 July 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 July.—S.B. (countersigned by Hertford). Pat. p. 17, m. 5.
90. Stephen Darell, the King's servant, and Anne his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Stephen, for 380l. 15s. 2d., of the manor of Horsemonden, Kent, three mills in the parishes of Horsemonden and Goodhurst, Kent, in tenure of Humph. Pancofte, the advowson of Horsemonden rectory, and a wood called Horsemonden Copp (16 ac.), all which belonged to the late earl of Essex, attainted. Del. Westm., 11 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Sir Ric. Southwell, Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 19, m. 19.
91. Stephen Vaughan, the King's servant. To be one of the under-treasurers of the exchange, coinage and mint in the Tower of London, with 200 mks. a year, from Annunciation last. Del. Westm. 11 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 28, m. 9.
92. Sir Humph. Radclyffe, the King's servant. Grant, in fee (for his services), of all lands in Depedale and Patterdale, Penreth, Carleton and Farleton, in cos. Westmld., Lanc. and Cumb., or elsewhere, which belonged to William Lancaster, gentleman, attainted, annual value 11l. Del. Westm., 11 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 28, m. 10.
93. Wm. Sakevyle, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 165l. 4s. 8d., of the reversion of lands granted, inter alia, to Sir Ric. Longe, for life, by pat. 28 April 34 Hen. VIII., viz. a tenement called Stansted in the parish of Chalweldon alias Chauldon, Surr., with lands there and in Katerham alias Kateram, Surr., in tenure of Thos. Best and Joan his wife, and woods called Holmegrove (4 ac.) in Chalweldon and Sellers Grove (3 ac), Warke Copices (4 ac), Stone Ryden Woode (2 ac), and Webbay Wood (2 ac), in Katerham, all which belonged to the late hospital of Thomas Becket in Southwark. Also grant of the chapel in Brendewoode, Essex, commonly called Thomas Beckett's chapell, with its churchyard, &c., which belonged to Thos. Crumwell earl of Essex, and previously to the mon of St. Osythe, in tenure of John Ryley; and the manor and the rectory of Katerham alias Kateram, Surr., in tenure of John Best, the advowson of the vicarage of Katerham, and woods in Chaweldon called Brode Woode (19½ ac.), Deanehill Coppes (17 ac.), the wood in Woodgatecrofte (2 ac.), Bromewoode (8 ac.), and in Katheram called Monkyswood (10 ac.), which belonged to Waltham mon., Essex. Del. Westm., 11 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Whorwood and Sewester). Pat. p. 28, m. 30.
94. The Denization Roll of 36 Hen. VIII. contains enrolment of letters of denization to John Purdeue, a native of Burgundy, dated Westm., 11 July with a note that similar letters were issued at the same time to other persons named (about 1,180, with the fee paid by each, almost invariably half a mark), but without any other particulars except the word "clericus" after a few of them. [Pat. Roll 36 Hen. VIII., p. 29.]
95. Thomas Bysshopp, secretary of Matthew earl of Lynox. Grant, in tail, of the manor of Pokelyngton, Yorks., which belonged to Henry late earl of Northumberland; yearly value 58l. 19s. 7d. Del. Westm., 12 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by North, Moyle and Bacon). Pat. p. 3, m. 1.
96. Matthew earl of Lynox and Dame Margaret his wife. Grant, in tail, of the castle and lordship and manor of Whorleton, Yorks., and the manors of Brighton and Grenehagh Yorks., which belonged to Sir James Strangwayes; the manors of Templehurste, Temple Newsom, Sylkeston and Beckhay, Yorks., which belonged to Thomas lord Darcy, attainted; the lordship and manor of Settrington, Yorks., which belonged to Sir Francis Bygod, attainted; the manor of Houndmanby, Yorks., and manors of Kyrkelevyngton, Wandesford, Gemlyn and Nafferton, Yorks., which belonged to Henry late earl of Northumberland; the manor and grange of Scrafton and the grange called Carleton Grange, Yorks., which belonged to Sir Arthur Darcy, with lands in —— (blank), Yorks., called Arundale House and Slappgillhouse, and a messuage in Caldberth. Yorks.; the site. &c., of the late mon. of Jervaux, Yorks, and the lordships and manors of Estwytton, Fyngall, Wennesladale, and Horton, Yorks., and the granges and farms called Jervaux Grange, Newhouse, Akebarth, Hasylden, Rokewith, Kylgramhow, Heynye, Lasynby, Newsted, Elfahall, Ryswyk, Dederston and Tunstall, Yorks., which belonged to Jervaux mon.; and all appurtenances of the premises in Whorleton, Brighton, Grenehagh, Templehurst, Temple Newsom, Sylkeston. Beckhaye, Settrington, Hundmanby, Kyrkelevyngton, Waundesford, Gemlyn, Scrafton, Carleton, Caldbergh, Nafferton, Jervaux, Newhouse, Akebarth, Hasylden, Rokewith, Kylgramhow, Heynye, Lasenby, Gollymlegh (or Gallynglith), Estwitton, Newsted, Effahall, Hutonhang, Ryswyk, Fyngall, Thorneton Steward, Newton in le Willoues, Richemond borough, Wedderston, Wynxley, Wennesladale, Ellyngton, Ferebye, Harmeby, Estmeryforth within Rokewyk, Gyllyng, Hertforth, Feldon, Melsamby, Mylby, Burton Constable, Hunton, Brumpton Patrick, Walborne, Hartypole, Bellarbye, Colborne, Tunstall, Ellyngstryng and Horton in Ryggisdale, Yorks. Del. Westm., 12 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (very soiled and illegible, countersigned by North, Moyle and Bacon). Pat. p. 3, m. 2.
97. John Cokk and Sir Michael Dormer:—
Grant to John Cokk and Anne his wife, in fee to the said John, for 228l. 11s. 10d., of the site and chief messuage of Anstye manor, in tenure of Robt. Ive, in Anstye, Herts, and the lands (names and extents given) leased with it, and woods called Estwood Coppice (38½ ac.) and Northwood Coppice (23½ ac.), in Anstye, all which were granted for life to the late Queen Jane; also the advowson of the rectory of Anstye.
Also grant, in fee, for 359l. 2s. 7d., to the said John Cokk and Sir Michael Dormer, of a messuage, &c., in tenure of Ric. Dawson, in Newton, alias Haughton, in the parish of Upton under Haughmond, Salop,—Haughmond; the manor of Wetheley, in tenure of Ric. Smytheley, in Southcave parish, Yorks., with lands specified in Riplingham and Sowthcave, and a wood called Wetheley Wood in Wetheley, Southcave and Ryplyngham,—preceptory of Holy Trinity of Beverley and St. John's of Jerusalem; lands called Hornerlandes and Courtlandes. in tenure of Matilda Gynger, and Colynslandes, in tenure of Thos. Buckmaster, and woods called Collyns Hanger Grove, Perler In Grove, and Erliche Grove (25 ac.), in Prestwood and Martensende, Bucks.,—Missenden; lands in tenure of Robert Somervyle in Edston, within the parish of Wotton, Warw.,—Pynley priory; also the advowson of the rectory of Kymbell Parva, Bucks. Del. Westm., 12 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 28, m. 33.
98. Ric. Carter and Thomas Palmer. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 271l. 1d., of the manor of Garstone alias Garston, Herts, now in tenure of the said Carter, and woods called Mote Grove (5 ac.) and More Grove (3½ ac.) in Watford. Herts,—St. Albans. Del. Westm., 12 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed with the stamp and countersigned by Norfolk, Suffolk, Russell, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Whorwood and Sewester). Pat. p. 28, m. 42.
99. George Baron, alderman of London, and George Bacon. Grant. in fee, for 331l. 14s., of the messuage, etc., in tenure of Henry James, merchant tailor, in the parish of St. Olave in Old Jewry, London, two others in tenure of John Hardeman there, one called le Bysshoppe in tenure of Wm. Collyns, carpenter, in St. Sepulchres parish without Newgate, another in tenure of Laur. Saunders, and formerly of Robt. Corff, there, in front of the Redde ate in tenure of Eliz. Scuse, and afterwards of Laur. Saunders, there, a shop in tenure of John Theyer in the parish of St. Martin in Iremonger Lane, at the southern corner of that lane towards Westchepe, a building and shed, pool and gutter in tenure of the clothiers of London in the parish of All Hallows in Hony Lane, and a pool and gutter there, in tenure of the churchwardens, and running from and without the Bull Hedde in Trumpe Alley, two messuages in tenure of Wm. White, leather seller, in Trumpe Alley there, two sheds there in tenure of Wm. Scarclyff, messuages, &c., in tenure of Wm. Hancock, vintner, and Thos. Crane, and others (including le Bere) in tenure of Hen. Marre in the upper part of Trumpe Alley,—St. Bartholomew's. Also three messuages in tenure of Ric, Hawken, in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborne,—Charterhouse; a messuage in tenure of Wm. Abbott, in St. Olave's Old Jewry,—St. Bartholomew's; and a messuage in tenure of Gregory Longford, in St. Martin's Iremonger Lane, abutting southwards upon Westchepe,—Elsingspittle priory. Del. Westm., 12 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 28, m. 49.
100. Hugh ap Griff. Lloid. Fiat for general livery to him of the lands of his father Griff. Lloid ap Elisse, who died, 30 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII., seised of the manor of Gwyddellwdrne in Kymm Abalwen, a water mill in Carrok and lands in Trekyn, Presith, Manfrier and Lansanfraid, values given. 6 May 36 Hen. VIII, Del. Westm., 12 July. (Signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster). In English.
101. William earl of Glynkarne. Annuity of 250l. for advancing the King's affairs in Scotland. Del. Westm., 13 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 8. Rymer, XV. 47.
102. Thomas Bisshopp, the King's servant. Annuity of 25l. for advancing the King's affairs in Scotland. Del. Westm., 13 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 8. In English.
103. William Leche. Safe conduct for one year (upon the information by the earl of Lynoux of his good service for advancing the King's affairs in Scotland) to pass and repass with one ship into Scotland, doing his utmost to apprehend Frenchmen and their ships, provided that in returning from Scotland he always brings a testimonial from Lynoux of his continuance in service. Del. Westm., 13 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 8.
104. George Stremling (sic). Grant, at the recommendation of the earl of Lynoux, for advancing the King's affairs in Scotland, and in recompense of the fee he has had for keeping Dunbertayn castle, of an annuity of 66l. 13s. 4d. Del. Westm., 13 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 9. In English.
105. Alexander, master of Kilmaurice, s. and h. apparent of the earl of Glinkarne. Annuity of 125l. for advancing the King's affairs in Scotland. Del. Westm., 13 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 9. Rymer, XV. 47. In English.
106. William Sewster of Gunmecestre (or Gumecestre), Hunts and John Sewster his son. Grant, in fee to the said John, for 828l. 20d. of the manor and farm called Slepe in Slepe and St. Ives, Hunts, with certain pastures (named) there and issues called "customary work silver" in Hemyngford Abbots, Hunts., leased to Wm. Laurance; and lands called Hunney or Hony, alias Hunney Fen or Hunney Pastures in Chatteras within the Isle of Ely, Camb., in tenure of Sir John Gostwyke and Thos. Tunney,—Ramsey; the manor or grange of Henlowe. Beds., in tenure of Sir John Mordaunt,—Wardon; lands in Kylvington, Yorks., in tenure of Ant. Mennell and eight others (named),—Eggelston abbey; a moiety of the rectory of Ellesborowghe alias Eselboroughe alias Eselberg, Bucks,—Shene charterhouse, Surr.; with the advowson of the church and all possessions of Shene there, lately leased to Hen. Danvers.
Also four tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Olave near the Tower, London (between the tenement pertaining to St. Olave's church on the west and that of the late Crutched Friars on the east), in tenure of Thos. Redhode, which belonged to Christchurch priory, London, and were lately purchased by the King from Philip Vanwylder. Del. Westm., 14 July, 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle. St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Whorwood and Duke). Pat. p. 3, m. 4.
107. Ric. Andrewes, of Hailes, Glouc., and John Howe. Grant, in fee to the said Andrewes, for 1,094l. 3s. 2d., paid by Andrewes, of messuages, &c., in tenure of Ralph Durryngton and five others (named), in Swatlyngcote in Gresley parish, Derb., with tithes there in tenure of Thos. Rowle and rent from Ralph Newbolde,—Gresley priory; the house, &c., of the late Grey Friars in Oxford, a little grove of 5 ac. in tenure of Wm. Frewers and John Pye, a close called le Churcheyarde in tenure of Jas. Gunter, a garden and orchard called. Paradyse, and a garden-called Bateham alias Boteham in tenure of Wm. Thomas,—Grey Friars, Oxford; the house, &c., of the late Black Friars in Oxford, a close of 3 ac. on the east side of the same and a grove at the back, and a tenement and garden in tenure of Robt. Syer beside the gate; the manor of Nawenton alias Nawnton upon Cottesolde, Glouc., which belonged to Lytell Malverne priory, Worc., and all possessions of that priory in Nawenton; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Culworthe, Ntht.,—Cannons Ayssheby priory; the garden, barn, &c., in tenure of Marion Raynarde, widow, and George Jakson, in the parish of St. Clement's Danes without the bars of the New Temple, Midd. (between le Hartes Horne on the east and the rectory of St. Clement's Danes on the west, le Covent garden on the north and the highway on the south),— St. John's of Jerusalem; tithes in Marston, Warw., in tenure of Isabella Spencer, widow, — Coventry cathedral priory; tithes of the demesne lands in Hedyngton, Wilts, — Farleigh alias Farleigh Monachorum; messuages, &c., called Carpenters House, and Hilles, in tenure of John Woode, and a sheep house and two closes called Wynearde, in tenure of Ric. Clutton, in Hampton Magna, Worc.,—Evesham; a messuage, &c., in tenure of Wm. Smyth alias Wm. Sharnforde, in Crafte, Leic., — Soulbye, Ntht.; an annual pension of 44s. out of the church of Crafte, Leic., — Pratis, Leicester; with the advowson of Crafte rectory. Also two selions of land in tenure of Sir Wm. Turvyle in Aston Flavell parish, Leic., —Pollesworthe, Warw.; rent of 5s., &c., from Sir Wm. Turvyle for lands in Crafte,—Oulveston; a place of land called Overleigh, &c., in tenure of Elias ap Dio ap Griffith, within the liberties of Chester, namely by (? per) Hunbrige,—Basyngwarke mon. in North Wales; the manor of Aston Episcopi alias Whittelady Aston, Worc., and lands in tenure of Thos. Hyll, in Portefeldes within the parish of Claynes, the mansion and chief messuage of the rectory of Aston Episcopi, and lands called Farme landes late in tenure of Thos. Walleys alias Walche and afterwards of his son Edmund, in Nether Aston, the glebe and lands of the said rectory, and the advowson of the vicarage, except that part of the glebe land wherewith the vicar is endowed,—Whiston; a tenement and lands in tenure of Wm. Palmer in Buggeley and Corseley, and the manor of Whyttebourne, Wilts, which belonged to Maydenbradley mon., and all possessions of Maydenbradley in Whittebourne and Corseley; the manor of Hylhall, Heref., in tenure of John Wenne and Joan his wife,—Clyfforde priory; and the site and chief messuage of the manor of Underleth, Heref., in tenure of Ric. and Marg. Tyler and Joan their daughter, and all lands leased with it,—Wigmore. [Del.] 14 July 36 Hen. VIII. (this memorandum is left unfinished).—S.B. (slightly injured, signed with the stamp, and countersigned by Norfolk, Suffolk, Russell, Wriothesley, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 3, m. 6.
108. Sir Ant. Browne, the King's Councillor, John Mawdelen and Wm. Walton. Grant of the next presentation to the parish church of Higheham Soms., Bath and Wells dioc. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (endd: Th'advowson of, &c., given to the Master of the Horse for one of his chaplains). Pat. p. 8, m. 14.
109. John Malte, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 1,824l. 16s. 8d., of the manor of Andresey alias Nylonde, Soms., which belonged to Glastonbury abbey, and all appurtenances in Batcombe beside Andresey, and all possessions of Glastonbury there; the rectory of Andresey alias Nylond, which belonged to Glastonbury mon.; all lands in Westbury, Soms., which belonged to Brewton mon.; the manor of Myddelton alias Mylton Pydymore alias Podymore Mylton, Soms., and the advowson of the rectory there, the manor of Doaltyng, Soms., and lands leased with it to Benedict Kyllygrew, now dec., by pat. 28 July 32 Hen. VIII., the rectory of Doulting, and the hamlet of Stoke, Soms., all which belonged to Glastonbury mon.; with all possessions of that mon. in Andresey alias Nylond, Batcomb juxta Andresey, Myddelton alias Mylton Pydymore alias Podymore Mylton, Doulting, Fermecombe, Boddon, Prestley, Waterlipp, Charleton, Chevelynche, Estbraddon, Heydon, Dychefurlong, and Stoke, Som. Also the advowsons of the vicarages of Andreysey alias Nylond and Doultynge, and a grove of wood within the common of Stoke, which belonged to Glastonbury. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Wriothesley, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Stamford and Bacon). Pat. p. 15, m. 1.
110. Mary Yate, widow of Jas. Yate, dec., of Buklond, Berks., and John Yate, s. and h. of the said James. Grant, in fee to the said John, and for 1,408l. 14s. 7d., of the manor of Bucklond, Berks, the tenement, etc., called le ferme de Bucklond, in tenure of Wm. Brytte, the ponds called Milledammes, and 39 ac. of land in the meadows of Bukland and lands called Ganfeild there in tenure of Edm. Whitehill; all which premises belonged to Charles duke of Suffolk. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Norfolk, Suffolk, Russell, Wriothesley, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Whorwood, and Sewester). Pat. p. 28, m. 41.
111. Bartholomew Compagny, merchant of Florence. Licence to export to parts beyond the Strait of Marroke, from London, Southampton or Sandwich, 800 sacks of wool; paying for subsidy 5 mks. per sack and for Calais money 8d. per sack, two years after shipment. Del. Westm., 14 July, 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Wriothesley, Suffolk and Browne. Endd. as for 800 sacks, residue of an old licence to John Baptista Borone, now surrendered). Pat. p. 28, m. 46.
112. Robert Tukfeld alias Tuckefeld, alias Tukfyld. General pardon. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 28, m. 46.
113. Anthony Bonevix, Louis and Vincent Bonevix, his brethren, and Barnard Cyony, their partner (socius), merchants of Lucca. Licence to export 500 tons of merchandise to France and to import thence 400 tons of French produce (viz., Tholous woad, Vittery canvas and Normandy canvas, white linen cloth, French prunes, writing and printing paper, glass for windows, and wool cards), and 100 tuns of French wine. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 28, m. 46.
114. The town of Great Jernemouth. Grant, for ten years, of 50l. a year out of the 55l. fee farm and 100s. rent of a place in the high sea, near the entrance to the port, called Kyrkelerode, due from them. Also release to Wm. Bisshop and Simon Rycheman, Thos. Bettes and Wm. Styllyard Chr. Heylett and Simon More. Gilb. Gryce and Wm. Dene, bailiffs, respectively, in the years 31, 32 33 and 34 Hen. VIII., of 133l. 6s. 8d. arrears of the said fee farm. This in order to enable the inhabitants to repair their port. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 28. m. 47.
115. Sir John lord Russell, Privy Seal, and Jas. Bysse of Stoke St. Michael's, Soms., clothmaker. Grant, in fee to the said James, for 135l., of the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Inglescombe, Soms., which belonged to Bathe priory. Del. Westm., 14 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. P. 28, m. 51.
116. Wm. Huchinson, yeoman of the Spicery, and Janet his wife. Grant, in survivorship, of the mill of Rykmersworth, Herts., called Westmyll. Del. Westm., 15 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 6.
117. Ric. Cicyll, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 373l. 9s. 4d., of the manor of Esingdon, Rutl. and Linc., parcel of Warwicks lands, now in his tenure, and all lands there and in Shenyngthorp, Linc., leased to him with it.
Also grant, in fee, for 99l., of the marsh and lands called Beckardes marsh in Brokeland parish, Kent, which belonged to the abp. of Canterbury in tenure of Thos. Bartlett.
Except Esingdon Park in Esingdon and all advowsons, &c. Del. Westm., 15 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 28, m. 28.
118. Thos. Basforth. Lease of the manor or lordship of Raskell, parcel of the lordship of Sherefhoton, for 21 years. On surrender of a lease, 21 April 15 Hen. VIII., to Thos. Vaux, dec. Del. Westm., 15 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 28, m. 40.
119. Robert Fytche. Grant of the grange of Thursley alias Graungefeld,— Croxden mon.; and lands in Thurmansleyghe alias Thurmanslughe alias Nonnecloughe. Derb.,—Kinges Mede priory. Westm., 15 July. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 28, m. 43.
*** Calendared in 1543, owing to an error in the Privy Seal; see Vol. XVIII., Part i., No. 981 (63).
120. John Trevanyon, comptroller of the ports of Plymmouth and Fowey. Exemption from attending the King in war against the French King, he having compounded as a patentee with the King's commissioners [see § 86]. Del. Westm., 15 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 28, m. 44.
John Hull, customer of the ports of Exeter and Dertmouth. Similar exemption. Del. Westm., 15 July 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 7.
John Harward, customer of the port of Poole. Similar exemption. Del. Westm., 15 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Wriothesley, Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8. m. 7.
121. Thomas Palmer, of London, and Lawrence Grey. Grant, in fee, for 203l. 9s. 10d., of the rectory of Lyllyngton, Warw., in tenure of the said Grey,—Kenelworth; and the advowson of Lyllyngton vicarage; rents and lands (specified and tenants named), in Preston on the Hill, Ntht., including the site of the manor there leased to Robt. Chamberleyn,—Bytlesden; and lands in Preston on the Hill in tenure of Wm. Butteler and formerly of Thos. Balle and Robt. Durste,—Canons Assheby. Del. Westm., 16 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Whorwood, and Sewester). Pat. p. 9, m. 2.
122. Peter Powell, alias Mostyn, of Gwespur, co. Flint. Grant, in fee, for 73l. of the manor of Penbedowe in the commote of Dogvylyn, co. Denbigh, which belonged to the late earl of Kent. Del. Westm., 17 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North, Whorwood, and Sewester). Pat. p. 3, m. 1.
123. Henry Cook, merchant-tailor of London. Grant, in fee, for 180l., of the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Bexley, Kent, which belonged to Christchurch priory, London. Del. Westm., 17 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 5, m. 1.
124. John Wychehalse, of Chudley, Devon. Lease of the park called Bovy Park alias Bovy Tracy Park, Devon, which belonged to William late earl of Southampton; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 17 July (year not given).—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 19, m. 8.
125. Nicholas Leigh, the King's servant. Grant, in fee (for the messuage and farm called Lee Ferme, with lands in Hedley, Letherhed, Asheted and Walton on the Hill. Surr., sold to the King, and for 81l. 17s. 4d.) of the manor of Adyngton alias Temple, Surr.,—St. John's of Jerusalem; the rectory of Adyngton, and advowson of the vicarage,—St. Mary Overey; and all appurtenances of the premises in Adyngton, Caterham and Chelsham, Surr., and all lands leased with Adyngton rectory to the said Nicholas. Also woods called le Byrchett (4 ac.), Ballardes Wood (18 ac.). le Este Grove (2 ac.) and More Grove (4 ac.) in Adyngton which belonged to St. Mary Overey. Del. Westm.. 17 July 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (countersigned by North and Bacon). Pat. p. 28, m. 29.
126. Chr. Barde. Fiat for livery of lands (specified and value given) in Tevelby, Rysby, and Stanton in le Hole, Linc., as s. and h. of Thos. Barde, dec., with issues from 20 May 36 Hen. VIII., when the said Thomas died, to 11 June. Dated 11 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 July. (Signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster).
127. Walter Farre, receiver of woods within the survey of the Augmentations, and keeper of evidences of that Court. Exemption from attending the King in war against the French King; he having compounded as a patentee with the King's commissioners [see § 86]. Del. Westm., 17 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 14 (dated 27 July
128. John Beamount. Grant, in fee, for 1,040l. 4s. 2d., of a tenement and lands in Withcok alias Wythycok, Leic., in tenure of John Smythe, — Launde priory; the manor or grange of Horsepole, Leic., and tithes in Stanton under Bardon, and in Thornton and Bagworthe, Leic., lands in Stanton aforesaid late in tenure of Robt. Hardi and Hen. Tofte, leased with Horsepole manor to Stephen Colton and Robert Colton his son, and all other lands so leased,—St. Mary de Pratis, Leicester; lands in Hudwike and Middleton in Dutton parish, Salop, in tenure of Gilbert Hawford,—Wenlock; the house, &c., of the late Friars Minors of Bridgenorthe, Salop; the manor or lordship of Whateley, Warw., in tenure of Eleanor Butler, and all lands in Kynnesbury and Whateley leased with it,—Studley priory a house, &c., in Shepehey Parva, Leic., in tenure of John Swayne and Eliz. his wife,—Pollesworthe, Warw.; a messuage and lands called "le Priors Peces" in Ullesthropp in Cleybroke parish, Leic., in tenure of John Kyne,—Nuneton; the tenement or inn called le Castell in Holbourne, in the parish of St. Andrew in the suburbs of London, leased to Thos, Dalton,— Malmesbury, Wilts.
Also grant of the manor of Belton, Leic., with the mill, &c., in Belton, in tenure of Thos. Riggemayden, lands in Belton in tenure of Ric. Rangall. and a messuage called Fynes Place with lands there (named) in tenure of Wm. Robinson and John Robinson his son,—Gracedew; the manor of Shepey Magna, Leic., in tenure of Wm. Ludford,—Routon priory, Staff.; lands in Burton Overey, Leic., in tenure of Nic. and Ant. Weston,—Pratis, Leicester; lands in Cleford Power, Warw., in tenure of Thos. Winfeld,—Studley priory; the rectory of Ragdale, Leic., which belonged to Canwell mon., Staff., and to Thos. Wolcey late cardinal, attainted; tithes in Sapcote. Leic., and a pension of 6s. 8d. out of Sapcote rectory, —Shene priory, Surr.; and the advowson of the vicarage of Ragdale aforesaid, which belonged to Wolcey. Also a wood of 120 ac. in Belton Out Wood in Belton aforesaid,—Gracedew. Except 280 ac. of wood in Belton Out Wood abutting upon a close called le Lez on the west, a close called Rotherhawe on the north, the little ditch dividing the lordship of Sheppeshed and the said wood on the east, and the road on the south called Loughborow highway. Westm., 28 June 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 July.—P S. Pat p. 1, m. 28.
129. John Grenefeld, controller of the ports in Devonshire, receiver of certain lands now appointed to Queen Katharine, surveyor of suppressed and surrendered lands in Devonshire and Cornwall, and holder of "the office of trybulage in Cornewall." Exemption from attending the King in war against the French King, he having compounded as a patentee with the King's commissioners [see § 86]. Del. Westm., 18 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 18.
130. Ric. Dysney of Norton Dysney, Linc., and Wm. Rygges of Clerkenwell, Midd. Grant, in fee to the said Ric., for 1,012l. 20d., of the lordship and manor of Swynerbye, Linc.,—Eagle preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Swynerbye,—St. John's of Jerusalem; closes and woods (named) in Moreton and in the parish of Eagle, Linc.,—Eagle preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the rectory of Stapleforthe, Linc.,—St. Katharine's beside the walls of Lincoln; the rectory of Norton Dysney, Linc.,—Semperingham; the advowsons of the vicarages of Stapleforthe,—St. Katharine's; and of Norton Dysney,—Semperingham; the lordship and manor of Harmeston, Linc., which belonged to St. Katharine's; the lordship and manor of Harmeston, which belonged to Thurgarton mon,. Notts; lands in tenure of John Roseby and 6 others (named) in Harmeston,—St. Katharine's; rents and service from lands specified in Harmeston, and lands in tenure of Marg. Branswell and seven others (named) in Harmeston,—Thurgarton; lands in tenure of Wm. Kyrbee and two others (named) in Harmeston, and of Ric. Dysney and Thos. Marten in Wellingore, Linc.,— Temple Bruer preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; lands called le Westwoodes in tenure of Robt. Sutton within the lordship of the Eagle, Linc.,—Eagle preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage, &c., successively in tenure of Marg. Lambert, Wm. Huntisham and Thos Hochynson, in Temple Belwoode in the Isle of Axham,—Willoughton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; lands and a little house called le Woodhouse, in tenure of Leonard Browne in le Olde Eagle,—Eagle preceptory; land called Crosse Wonge alias le Cross Lees in the parish of Dalby on the Wolde, Leic., and land called Belholme in Thromeston in Belgrave parish,—Dalby preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; and a messuage, etc., in tenure of John Atkynson and Wm. Cordall, in St. John's Street in the parishes of St. Sepulchre without Newgate and of Clerkenwell, of Hen. Gaffeney in Holborn in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Midd., and Chaunceller Lane in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, of George Dalyson in St. John's Street in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate and St. John's Lane in the parish of Clerkenwell, of John Foxe in St. John's Street towards Cowe Crosse in St. Sepulchre's parish and of Wm. Cordall in St. John's Street (situation of each described),—St. John's of Jerusalem. Del. Westm.. 19 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Northe, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 2, m. 20.
131. John Pakyngton of Hampton Lovett, Worc. Grant, in fee, for 910l. 6s. of the lordship and manor of Etton alias Eton alias Eyton, Salop, which belonged to Wenlocke priory, rents specified from Thos. Jenkes and Ric. Lakyn in Hatton, and from Sir John Dudley, lord Lisley and John Smyth in Myllychopp, lands in tenure of Nic. Webbe and seven others (named) in Longvelde alias Longfelde, of Oliver Whyke and two others in Lushecott, of John Phillippes and ten others in Tyklarden alias Tykkerden and Birteley, of John Warde and four others in Harton, of Ric. Lakyn and Ralph Lee in Astewall, of Ric. Lytley in Wollarton, and of John Clerke and three others in Eton, a chief messuage and lands on either side of the Strebreke brook, in tenure of John Haburley in Eton, a mill and meadow called Tyklarden Mill meadow, in tenure of John Norrys in Eton and Tyklarden, tithes of lands in tenure of Wm. Raggeden in Eton, the rectory of Eton, the advowson of the vicarage, tithes of the manor or farm of Myllychere, lands in Millychere in tenure of Thos. Longden, sen., and Thos. Crowche, and woods called Eywoode, Blackwoode, Longfelde and Eyton Edge (55 ac.) in Eyton; all which premises belonged to Wenlock mon. Also tithes in Penvyn, Worc.,—Parshore; lands called Frerefeldes in tenure of Nic. Wakeman, and other lands (situation described) in his tenure in Chaddesley, Worc., and a messuage, &c., in tenure of John Pole, in Kynges Areley near the manor of Marteley, Worc.,—Bordesley. Del. Westm., 19 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Hertford, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Sir Robt. Southwell Bacon and Duke). Pat p. 8, m. 3.
132. Edmund Clerke, one of the clerks of the Privy Seal, and Margaret his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Edmund, for 489l. 15s. 10d., of the manor of Est Stratton, Hants, and woods called Emley Copp (15 ac.), Rownes Copp (20 ac.), Blakwod Copp (2 ac.) and Stratley Comen Wood (12 ac.) in Est-stratton, which belonged to Hyde mon. Del. Westm., 19 July 36 Henry VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle. Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 8, m. 19.
133. Sir Thomas Speke. Lease of a dovecot, three orchards, four fisheries and a house which belonged to Glastonbury mon., and the fishing, swans, reeds, &c., of the water called le Meer, all which premises lie within the manor of Meere, and belonged to Glastonbury; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 19 July 36 Hen. VII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 18, m. 37.
134. Thomas Audeley, the King's servant. Licence to export 500 dicker of leather, tanned backs and hides or else so many dozen calfskins as will amount in customs to the same value. Del. Westm., 19 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. French roll 37 Hen. VIII., m. 1. In English.
135. John Small. Grant, in fee, for 48l. 6s., of four messuages, &c., (situation described), in Brodstrete in the parish of St. Peter Paupertatis, London, which belonged to St. Helen's priory within Bysshoppesgatt (two of which are in his tenure and the others in tenure of Alex. Leadebeter and Reginald Deane) and were leased to him, 17 June 11 Hen. VIII., for 41 years; also messuages, &c., in the same parish in tenure of John Serle and nine others (named) which belonged to St. Helen's. Del. Westm., 20 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, St. John, Ryche. Sir Ric. Southwell, Sir Robt. Southwell North, Chydley, Staunford and Moyle). Pat. p. 18, m. 4.
136. Nicholas Speke, son of Sir Thomas Speke. Lease of many closes of land (named) and of lands in tenure of persons named and of the site of the manor of St. Bride, all which were parcel of the demesne lands of Glastonbury abbey; also of a close called Nythen in Greynton, Soms., a close called Cotells in Westpennarde, and two closes in Eastbrent which used to be reserved for the abbot of Glastonbury's horses; also the fishing within Meer in Coxwere, between Burdeware and Lynchlade, as well in the Yo as in the ditches and ponds, with the hawking there and the fishing there called Kokyshorn, the rectory of Northlode, and the rectory of Meere now or late in the office of the keeper of the anniversary of Walter Monyton, deceased; all which belonged to Glastonbury. For 21 years; at 53l. 16s. rent. Del. Westm., 20 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). Pat. p. 18, m. 37.
137. Ric. Sakevyle and John Sakevyle. Grant, in fee, for 336l. 8s. 4d. paid to the treasurer of the Chamber and 592l. 14d. paid to the treasurer of Augmentations, of lands called Langmershe, in tenure of Thos. Barnham, in Pagham, Suss., a wood called Langmershe Grove (5 ac.) there, and three fields called Loddysdowne in the parishes of Ovynge and Hamptonet, Suss., and three fields called lez Hydes in Woodcote within Hamptonet parish, in tenure of John Pashe,—Boxgrave Priory; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Westfielde, Suss.,—Battle; two messuages, &c., in Lumbard Street, London, in tenure of John Bakar and Wm. Ruston,—St. Mary Overey priory; three messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Somersett, London, in tenure of John Robynson, Edw. Fielde and Thos Rydall,—Newarke mon., Surr.; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Laugton or Laughton, Suss., which belonged to Thomas Crumwell, earl of Essex, attainted, and previously to Michelham mon.; the manor of Wantley in Henfelde, Suss., which belonged to the said earl of Essex and previously to Lewes mon.; the manor and lands called Browghton, in Jevyngton, Suss., in tenure of John Wynswith, which belonged to the said earl of Essex, and previously to Michelham mon.; the manor of Ovyngden alias Ovenden, Suss., tithes in Ovenden, and 4 ac. of land in Gorynge, Suss., in tenure of Wm. Roll, which belonged to the said earl of Essex and previously to Lewes mon.; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Bokeham Magna, Surr.,—Bustelesham alias Byssham, Berks.; the manor of Isenhurst.. Suss., a water mill in Isenburst and woods called Coninges (4 ac.) and Highfielde, (3 ac.) there, which belonged to the said earl of Essex and previously to Michelham mon.; a parcel of land and marsh in the Isle of Oxney. Kent, in tenure of Robt. Broke, which the King purchased from the abp. of Canterbury; messuages, &c., in Sybefordgower within Swalclyf parish, Oxon, in tenure of John and Joan Taylor and Wm. and Alice their children, and of Thos. and Joan Gybbar and their son Thomas,—Pynley, Warw.; the grange of Walton in Chesterfielde parish, Derb., in tenure of Sir Godfrey Folgeambe, and woods called Graunge Wood (16 ac.) and le Sprynge and Wythyhyll (8 ac.) there,—Semperingham, Linc.
ii. Also grant to Sir Thomas Pope, the King's Councillor, for 179l. 10s., of messuages, &c., in Estsmythfielde in St. Botolph's parish without Algate, London, leased to Thos. Tepkyn (a messuage and brewery called the Swanesnest, &c.),—St. Mary Graces; a close of meadow beside the place called Seint Thomas Wateryng within Camerwell parish, Surr., in tenure of Ric. Watkyns,—Keynsham, Soms.; closes of meadow in Camerwell parish in tenure of Ric. Audfielde (between the highway leading to le Stonebridge on the west, the vestibule called Seint Thomas Wateringes and wall called Whytewall on the north, the highway leading from le Stonebridge to Estgrenwyche (sic) alias Depford, on the south, and the ground called Peckham Ground on the east); another close there in tenure of Wm. Audfielde (between the highway from le Stonebridge towards Estgrenewyche alias Depford on the north, the close in tenure of Ric. Watkyns, which belonged to Keynesham, on the west, the close late in tenure of Thos. Colson and now of Ric. Welles on the east, and the close in tenure of Hen. Bakar on the south), a close in St. George's parish, Southwark, in tenure of Wm. Audfielde (between the close pertaining to le Brydgehowse of London, lying beside Kentyshe Streate, on the west, the highway leading from Kentyshe Streate to Estgrenewyche on the south, the way leading from that highway to St. Thomas Waterynges on the east, and divers closes of pasture in tenure of Ralph Smythe and John Gyttowe on the north), and the wall called lez Long Wall in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalene of Bermoundesey and Rederythe, Surr.. in tenure of Thos. Grene.—St. Mary Overey priory. To hold the premises iii St. Botolph's parish to the said Sir Thomas for life, with remainder to Nich. Bacon in fee; and the rest to the said Sir Thomas in fee. Del. Westm., 21 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much injured, signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Petre, Bakere. Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North and Bacon). Pat. p. 3, m. 31.
138. Thos. Wathell, rector of Conhaway, Bath dioc. Licence of nonresidence upon that or any other benefice of no greater annual value than 20l. which he may obtain. Del. Westm.. 21 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat p. 8, m. 5.
139. John Salisbury. Lease, for 26l.. of the manor of Kylforde with its demesne lands, and Rekwall with the herbage of Kylforde park within the lordship of Denbigh lande; for 40 years from Mich. A.D. 1571, viz., from the expiration of a 21 years' lease (eited), 9 July 32 Hen. VIII., to Humph. Orme in reversion after Ant. Knyvet, who then held it by a 21 years' lease of 11 April 16 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Moyle, North, Whorwood and Sewester). Pat. p. 8, m. 10.
140. Arthur bp. of Bangor and John Lewes alias Vaughan, clerk. Pardon of offences against the statute of provisors, 16 Ric. II. and the statute against maintaining the Bishop of Rome's authority, 28 Hen. VIII., for which they were prosecuted by Wm. Whorwood, attorney general, on Tuesday after Trinity last, viz., 17 June, and are in the Marshalsea; with restoration of goods and ecclesiastical promotions. Del. Westm., 21 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Whorwood). Pat. p. 8, m. 48. Rymer, XV. 48.
141. Robert Draper, yeoman of the Jewels, and Elizabeth his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Robert, for 276l. 11s. 8d., of the manor of Camerwell alias Frerne, Surr., and the tenement called Freryn; also meadows named Newlersfelde, South meade, Dayesmeade, Grouerden, Pyfeter Acre, Bansteddowne, and all lands in Camerwell Hyll and a tenement called Combers in Peckeham, Surr., in tenure of Hen. Pyke; all which premises belonged to the priory of Hallywell near London. Also all lands of Hallywell priory in Camerwell, Surr., and in Depforde alias Weste Grenewyche, Kent, in tenure of the said Robert and lately in that of Thos. Hendley of Peckham and Robt. Johnson of London, butcher. Also woods called Hallywell Woode (7 ac.), 3 ac. of wood in Lodlynghill and 4 ac. in Deysemeade, in Camerwell and Peckeham, which belonged to Hallywell. Del. Westm., 21 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North, Hendle, and Staunford). Pat. p. 9, m. 1.
142. Philip Chowte, the King's servant. To be keeper and captain of the castle of Camber near Wynchelsey, Suss., and keeper of the waters of Camber and Puddell, Suss., at 2s. a day from 1 Jan. last, with the appointment of eight soldiers and six gunners under him at 6d. a day each. Del. Westm., 21 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Sir Ant. Browne). Pat. p. 9, m. 42 (dated 1 July).
143. Sir Thomas West, lord La Warre, and Elizabeth his wife. Grant in fee to the said Sir Thomas, for 68l., of the reversion of messuages and chambers within the precinct of the Friars Carmelites in Fletstrete in their tenure, and formerly in that of John Nevell and Thos. Everarde, and also of the reversion of the house beneath the premises late in tenure of Sir Wm. Meryng and of two gardens on the south and west of the premises and two stables; all which were leased to them, 16 April 31 Hen. VIII., for 21 years. Also grant of the premises. Del. Westm., 23 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Bradshawe and Chydley). Pat. p. 1, m. 29.
144. Robert Broke. Grant, in fee, for 946l. 3s. 8d., of the manor of Madeley, Salop, which belonged to Wenlock priory, the advowson of Madeley vicarage, the farm, etc., called Calbroke Smethe in Madeley, and tithes in Madeley, in tenure of Ric. Chorleton, pensions of 3s. out of Madeley vicarage, and 3s. 4d. out of Badgyer rectory, and rent of assize of 20s. in the town of Badgyer, Salop, all which belonged to Wenlock. Del. Westm., 23 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Sewester and Bacon). Pat. p. 5, m. 29.
145. George Carewe. Presentation to the parish church of Ilfracombe, Devon, void by the natural death of Thos. Breerwod, clk., and in the King's gift by assignment of Gawin Carew, who had the advowson for this time from Henry, Marquis of Dorsett, lord Ferrers of Groobye, Harington, Bonvile and Asteley. Del. Westm., 23 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 12.
146. Robert Wilforde, merchant tailor, of London, and Thomas Farmer, merchant, of Calais. Grant, in fee, for 304l., of the reversion of the manor of Walton in King's Sutton, Ntht., which Ric. Farmer, grocer of London and merchant of the Staple of Calais, 6 July 30 Hen. VIII., in pursuance of an indenture of 1 July 30 Hen. VIII., granted to Thos. Rygby, clk., for life, which reversion now belongs to the King through the attainder of the said Ric. for offences against the statute of praemunire. Also grant of the said manor of Walton, now in tenure of Wm. Farmer, Agnes Weston, of King's Sutton and Thos. Hardewike of Sharnebroke, Beds. Del. Westm., 23 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 16, m. 33.
147. Roger and Robert Taverner. Grant, in fee, for 546l. 17s. 6d., of the mill called Elsam Myll and lands called Stone Landes in Brompton Raffe, Soms., in tenure of John Edwardes,—Bucke-lande priory, Soms.; tenements, &c., in tenure of Ric. Holland, Wm. Shortred, "founderer," and Nic. Spakeman. haberdasher, in the parish of St. Martin without Ludgate, London, — Dertford priory. Kent; the inn called le Lyon in St. Alban's, Herts, opposite le Quene Crosse, in tenure of Thos. Keymer.—St. Albans; tenements in Hartestrete in the parish of St. Olave near the Tower, London, in tenure of Wm. Valentyne, John Snowe, and Marg. Johnson.—Crutched Friars; a tenement in the parish of St. Thomas Apostle, London, in tenure of Alex. Walker or Nic. Spencer,—college of Acon; a tenement lately called le Dolphin in the parish of St. Dunstan in the West, in Fletestrete (between le Belle in tenure of John Hornebye on the east, and Shirelane beside Temple Barre, leading to Fykkettsfelde, on the west, John Hornebye's garden on the north, and the highway on the south), late in tenure of Sir Wm. Askewe and now in that of John Styteman, and a tenement in the parish of St. Clement Danes without Temple Barres, London (between that of Thos. Chesshire on the east, Thos. Chesshire's garden on the north, and the highway on the south), in tenure of Laur. Broun, smith,—St. John's of Jerusalem; a cottage in the parish of St. Giles in Northampton, in tenure of Thos. Bryan,—Sewardesley priory; a tenement, &c., in the parish of St. Peter in Northampton, in tenure of Wm. Walgyer.—St. James's beside Northampton; three cottages in St. John's Lane in Northampton, in tenure of Ric. Byrdsall, clk., master of the hospital of St. John in Northampton, two gardens in Abyngton Street there, in tenure of the widow Godfrey, a tenement in Cowelane there, in tenure of Robt. Latymer, and one in Abyngton Strete, in tenure of Laur. Bayly,—priory or house of St. Andrew in Northampton; a windmill and land called the Mylle Hylle in Northrawcebye parish, Linc., lately built by Laur. Sturtivant upon the common of Rawcebye manor, and in tenure of John Sturtivant,—preceptory of Temple Bruer and St. John's of Jerusalem; three tenements in Holy Trinity parish, London, in tenure of Wm. Jenkyns, Hen. Machyns and Wm. Wright, — Newarke priory, Surr.; three tenements in the parish of St. Sepulchre in the suburbs of London, in tenure of Robt. Reason, leatherseller,—St. Bartholomew's priory beside West-smythfeld; a tenement in the parish of St. Dionysius in Lyme Strette, London, in tenure of Dame Eleanor Leighe,—Shene priory, Surr.; three tenements in the parish of St. Mary Colchurche, London, in tenure of Edw. Sole, Wm. Raymond, and Ant. Totehill, granted to Nic. Simpson and Joan his wife, in survivorship, by pat. 11 Feb. 26 Hen. VIII.,—Christchurch priory, London; lands worth 13s 4d. yearly in Stanesbye, Yorks., beside the land of Thos. Gowre, in tenure of Thos. Prossik,—Ryvalles; lands worth 9s. yearly in tenure of Thos. Gower in Stanesbye,—Byland; a cottage, &c., in Kepwyke, Yorks., in tenure of Gregory Dunnynge,—Newbrugh; a messuage, &c., in Kepwyke, in tenure of Ralph Foxeton,—Byland; a cottage in tenure of Sir Jas. Strangways and meadow in tenure of Chr. Lapton, in Kepwyke,—Gisborne; land in the meadow called Sylton Yngs in Sylton, Yorks., in tenure of Ric. Walker, and 5 others (named),—Ryevalles; and the advowson of the rectory of Holme in Spaldyng, Yorks.,—Sir Robert Constable, attainted. Del. Westm., 26 July 36 Hen. VIII. — S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster. Petre, Bakere. Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North, Sewester and Staunford). Pat. p. 14, m. 9.
148. Anthony Spencer, late of London, yeoman. Pardon for the slaying of John Morres and carrying off of 17l., the moneys of Wm. Davys, clk., in custody of the said John. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by St. John). Pat. p. 2, m. 27.
149. Sir Thomas Pope. Lease of the site of Lightern manor, parcel of lands called Warwykslandes, Warw.; for 21 years. On surrender of a similar lease, 24 July 21 Hen. VIII., to Roger Wiggeston. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce and Moyle). p. 3, m. 16.
150. Sir Anthony Browne, K.G., Master of the Horse. Grant, in fee (for his services), of the site, &c., of the late priory of St. Mary Overey, Surr., with its demesne lands and all messuages within the priory close in the parish of St. Saviour, in tenure of Wm. Potkyn and 12 others (named), and messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen in Southwark in tenure of Cornelius Nevell, Chr. Fowler, and Sebastian Hillary, all which belonged to the said priory.
Also grant of liberty to embattle and fortify buildings within the site of the late mon. of Battle, Suss. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by North, Williams and Bacon). Pat. p. 3, m. 17.
151. Robert Hennage, master of woods within the Court of General Surveyors. Annuity of 13l. 14s. 8d. out of the manors of Remyngton and Bolton and lands in Remyngton, Bolton, Gaysguyll, Newby, Horton, Awstweke, Arnewike, Newton, and Halikelde, Yorks., which belonged to Hen. Pudsey, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of Thomas s. and h. of the said Henry; with wardship and marriage of the said heir. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John). Pat. p. 5, m. 1.
152. Sir Thomas Pope, the King's Councillor. Grant, in fee, for 691l. 13s. 6d. of the manor of Northlee, Oxon., rent of 10s. 6d. for the waste ground in Northlee, the chapel of Northlee (reserved in the lease of the site of the manor), and woods called Darkeley Copp (8 ac.), Ashewell Copp (7 ac.), Moke Mere Copp (1½ ac.), Clayham Copp (6 ac.), Mylne Copp (2½ ac.), and Northeleighe Comen Woode (80 ac.) in Northlee parish, all which belonged to the priory de Leto Loco (Netley), Hants. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Staunford and Bacon). Pat. p. 8. m. 39.
153. Ric. Awsten, comptroller of Poole, Dors. Exemption from attending the King in war against the French King, he having compounded as a patentee with the commissioners. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 41. In English.
Thomas Myldmaye, auditor of the Court of Augmentations in cos. Midd., Essex, Herts., Camb., Hunts., London, Norf., and Suff., and auditor of the Duchy of Cornewall. Like exemption. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 43. In English.
Robert Goche. a receiver of Augmentations. Like exemption. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 44. In English.
John Wyseman, an auditor of the Court of Augmentations. Like exemption. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 44. In English.
William Barners, who is auditor of the Court of Augmentations in cos. Hants., Wilts., and Glouc., auditor to the Treasurer of the Augmentations, one of the auditors of Warwykes and Spensers lands, auditor of woods within the Surveyors' Court. auditor of the duke of Bedford's lands in cos. Notts. and Derb., and keeper of Horsfrethe park, Essex, and has also an annuity of 6l. 13s. 4d. Like exemption. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen.VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 18, m. 36. In English.
Ric. Modey, auditor of Exchanged and Purchased Lands and one of the auditors of Tenths and First Fruits. Like exemption. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 18, m. 36. In English.
154. George Pierpounte. Grant, in fee, for 413l. 4s. 9d., of the manor and lordship of Scarclyve alias Scarclyffe and Palterton, Derb., in tenure of Wm. Reason, and the land in Shirbroke alias Sherbroke, Derb. (late in tenure of Thos. Boure alias Bowre), leased with it, rents and service from lands of Thos. Hale alias Haulle and John Shirbroke, in Shirbroke aforesaid, and woods called Scarclyve park (123 ac.) and Wood Heys Copp (5 ac.) in Scarclyve parish, all which belonged to the mon. de Novo Loco alias Newsted, Notts.; also the advowson of a moiety of Cotgrave rectory. Notts, which belonged to Swyneshed mon., Linc.
Also grant, for 10l. 7s. 3d., of the advowson of the other moiety of Cotgrave rectory, which belonged to Lenton mon. Del. Westm., 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon and Chydley). Pat. p. 16, m. 26.
155. Thomas Hall, of Huntingdon. Grant, in fee (for 113l. 20d. paid to the treasurer of the Chamber and of the Court of General Surveyors, and 70l. 10s. 2½d. paid to the treasurer of Augmentations) of the farm and grange of Braunceton, co. city of Lincoln, and lands in Cryngledyke, co. city of Lincoln, leased with it, to John Barker, a wood called Kyrkestede Wood (4 ac.) in Braunceton, and 35 ac. of meadow in Carleton in Moreland, Linc., in tenure of Chr. Porter,—Kyrkstede; a tenement, &c., in Kexbye alias Keysbye, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Naylour,—Barlynges; with all possessions of Barlynges in Kexbye and Upton, Linc.; rents and lands (specified) in Huntingdon, Hunts., in tenure of the said Thos. Hall and of Wm. Horwood, a tenement, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Huntingdon, late in tenure of Robt. Wryghte and now of John Cragge, a cottage in Huntingdon late in tenure of Ric. Ferres, rector of the church of St. John Baptist, and a dovecot, &c., there in tenure of Ph. Clampe,—Ramesey; a meadow in Carleton in Moreland alias Carleton Ynges, Linc., in tenure of Wm. Yattes, and a court and perquisites in Colbye, Linc., reserved in a previous sale, which premises in Carleton and Colbye belonged to the priory of St. Katharine beside Lincoln; a toft, etc., in Colbye which belonged to the preceptory of Temple Brewer and to St. John's of Jerusalem, in tenure of Ric. Wyton; the advowson of the rectory of Eversdon. Camb., and of a moiety of the rectory of Okeford Shyllyng, Dors., of which Thomas Freke is rector. Del. Westm., 29 July 36 Hen.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Sir Robt. Southwell, and others whose signatures are illegible). Pat. p. 3, m. 19.
156. Edward Staunforde. Grant, in fee, for 55l. 7s. 6d., of a messuage in Ricarscote field, in the town and fields of Stafford, in tenure of Robt. Lowte,—Stone priory, Staff.; a croft called le Frieres Orchard in tenure of Robt. Dorrington, and a pasture called the Frieres Felde with a barn and tithes in tenure of Wm. Staunford, the site, &c., of the late Austin Friars of Stafford, and a croft called Bochers Croft and churchyard in tenure of Thos. Pictoo, all in the town and fields of Stafford,—Austin Friars, Stafford. Del. Westm., 29 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Moyle, Sir Robt. Southwell Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 8, m. 46.
157. William Whorwod, attorney general. Grant, in fee, for 791l. 6s. 8d., of the manor of Hallynge alias Hawlynge, Glouc., in tenure of Ant. Stratforde, land lately enclosed by Nic. Knyght, late rector of Hallynge, and now in tenure of the said Anthony, the sheep house, &c., of Hawlynge, in tenure of Ric. Randall, and woods called Langley Copie (20 ac.), Rowell Copye (9 ac.), and Cottysden Copye (5 ac.), in Hallynge,—Wynchelcombe; lands (specified) in Typton and Rowley, Staff, in tenure of Hen. Bedyll, which belonged to Coventry Charterhouse, and all lands of the said Charterhouse there; lands in Walton within the parish of Wenlocke Magna, Salop in tenure of John Heyward and Ric. Smyth, rents in Atterley within the parish of Wenlocke Magna, from Ralph Poyns and John Wolryche, and lands there in tenure of Hen. Fossebroke, Thos. Trate, Ric. Benbowe, Thos. Deyes John Lewes, and Thos. Crawder, and in Barrowe in the parishes (sic) of Wenlocke Magna and Marsshe, in tenure of Sir John Smyth, Wm. Adams. Margery and Wm. Bowdler. Robert and Ellen Sharyngton, Thos. Adams, Thos. and Eliz. Harrys, and Edm. Hocthekeys, — Wenlocke priory; also the advowson of the rectory of Hallynge alias Hawlynge, Glouc.,—Wynchelcombe. Del. Westm., 29 July 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robert Southwell, North, Moyle, Sewester and Duke). Pat. p. 16, m. 29.
158. Gerard Harmond, the King's servant. Grant of a messuage, two mills called Sainte Thomas Mills, a lock and certain grounds adjoining in Westham, Essex, late in tenure of Stephen Hasenberigh; for 72 years. Westm., 26 May 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 30 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 37.
159. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 13) :—
Sir Wm. Barkeley to John Mille. Rents and service from lands in Donckton alias Dunckton and Yevelton, Hants, and the manor of Benstede in the Isle of Wight, Hants, which belonged to Margaret countess of Salisbury, attainted. (1st.) P. 25, m. 5.
John Perte to Wm. Popley. Site, &c., of the late Austin Friars in Bristol, in tenure of Thos. Wynsmore. (1st.) P. 25. m. 6.
Ric. Andrewes and John Howe to Thos. Egewyn alias Love, of Evesham, merchant. Messuage called Carpenter's House and lands (specified and tenants named) in Hampton Magna, Worc.,—Evesham. (1st.) P. 25, m. 22.
Edmund Powell to Robert and Joan Kyng. A messuage called the Sarsons Hedd in Carter Lane in St. Mary Magdalene's parish, Old Fissh strete, London, in tenure of Ambrose and Isabella Warcoppe.—Newarke mon., Surr., (2nd.) P. 15, m. 30.
Sir Wm. Barkeley to Robert Hennege. Chief messuage and site of the manor or late preceptory of Holy Trinity of Beverley, Yorks., with lands in and near it (specified),—St. John's of Jerusalem. (2nd.) P. 25, m. 1.
William earl of Essex, Jas. Rokeby, Wm. Ibgrave, John Cokk, Edw. Rogers and Edw. Bury to Wm. Bayly. Messuage in tenure of John Reynold, in Farleigh, Wilts., with appurtenances in Farleigh and Rowleigh, Wilts., and lands in Farleigh and Wyngfeld, tenant Thos. Baylye, and in Rowleigh, tenant David Tukker, all which belonged to Sir Walter lord Hungerford. (2nd.) P. 25, m. 5.
John Grymysdyche to Humph. Hall. Messuage called Clerkehouse in Budworth, Chesh., leased to Thos. Hall,—Norton. (2nd.) P. 25. m. 6.
The same to Robert Eton. Tenement, &c. in Budworth, Chesh., in tenure of Ralph Newhall, and numerous other tenements, &c. (tenants named), in Budworth and in Cumberbeche in the parish of Budworth,—Norton. (2nd.) P. 25, m. 10.
The same to Wm. Malbon. Tenements, &c., in Budworth in tenure of Thos. Anderton, Geo. Arowsmyth and Edw. and Wm. Malbon,—Norton. (2nd.) P. 25, m. 11.
John Banyster and Wm. Metcalf to Leonard Metcalf. Messuage called Bere Parke, &c., in tenure of Eliz. Metcalf. widow of Roger Metcalf, in Bere Parke and Kyrperbye in the parish of Askerth. Yorks., and a cottage in Kyrperbye in tenure of Reg. Bowes,—Marryke priory; also a messuage, &c., in Ulcotes, Yorks.. in tenure of Arthur Redman,—Fountaunce. (3rd.) P. 19, m. 26.
Wm. Ettys girdler, of London, to Wm. Adamson. Messuage, &c., in Pycton in Cleveland within the parish of Kirklevyngton, Yorks. (3rd.) P. 25, m. 1.
William earl of Essex, Wm. Ibgrave, John Cokke, Edw. Rogers, and Edw. Burye, to Jas. Rokebye. Messuage and lands in tenure of Thos. Heansley in Stemmyngford in Repon parish, Yorks.. and lands in tenure of Marg. Lane and five others (named) in Slennyngford and Repon, and woods called Howell Copies and Slennyngforth Copies (50 ac.),—Fountaunce. (3rd.) P. 25, m. 10.
Robert Hogan to Sir Ric. Southwell. Site of the manor of Wendlyng with lands (named) adjoining it, and appurtenances in Wendlyng, Gayton, Woodrysyng, Craneworth, Yaxham, Morton, Reymerston, Hyngham, and Hynghamborth. (3rd.) P. 25, m. 10.
Lord Chancellor Audeley to his brother. (4th.) See above, § 37.
Ric. Cupper to Alex. Popham, Barth. Combe, and John Kent, to the use of the said Ric. Cupper and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the said Richard. Lands in tenure of David Clerke, John Wyke, and twelve others named. in co. Soms., being parcel of the manor of Powlet Gauntes. (4th.) P. 3, m. 29.
Sir John Willyams and Elizabeth his wife, to Alice Yate, widow, and Thos. Yate. Manor of Phylbertes, Berks, and free chapel of Phylbertes, with appurtenances in Phylbertes alias Fylbertes, Est Hanney and West Hanney, Berks. (4th.) P. 3, m. 30.
Sir Henry Parker lord Morley to Clement Nuce, mercer, of London. Manor of Tydenhowbury alias Tydenhoubery, — Bury St. Edmund's, Suff. (4th.) P. 21, m. 43.
Ric. Buckland and Humph. Copleston to Thos. Bampfyld, of Hardyngton, Soms., and John Bampfyld his son and heir apparent. Manor of Hemyngton, Soms., and a water mill in Hemyngton, with appurtenances in Fulkelond, Checkwell and Hemyngton. Soms., the advowson of Hemyngton rectory, and the woods called Heywoode (48 ac.), Culgrove (2 ac., Hemyngton Woode (12 ac.), Ramston alias Ramscombe (5 ac.), and Olde Parke (14 ac.), in Hemyngton parish, the woods about the marsh there, and the wood called Vylmeade (12 ac.), which all belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted, and were granted to Buckland and Copleston by pat. of 1 July last. (4th.) P. 25, m. 3.
Emanuel Lucar and Joan his wife to John Person. Messuage, &c., in Brigewater, Soms. (5th.) P. 1, m. 35.
John Warner, clk., King's chaplain, to Thos. Kyrry. Messuage or manor of Roryngton beside Chirbury, in tenure of David ap Griffith and Wm. ap Mathewe,—Dynmore preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the town of Wynnesley beside Cause alias Caurse in Westbury parish, Salop,—Shrewsbury mon.; the town of Aston Rogers beside Cause alias Caursse in Wortham parish, Salop, [which belonged to ———] (fn. 14) in co. Salop, now dissolved; and lands in Asturley in Ponsbury parish, Salop, in tenure of Thos. Blower,—Haughmon mon. (5th.) P. 25, m. 4.
Wm. Forthe to Thos. Sandforthe and Grace his wife. The grange and all his lands in the towns of Mylborn. Mylborn Grange and Holgyll, Westmld., in tenure of Thos. Sandforth, also (qu. except?) a close in Glegyll and Rose Gylles in Nubye, Westmld., in tenure of Wm. Lewys, and lands in Melkenthropp, Westmld., in tenure of Wm. Workman, and in Magna Strickland, Westmld., in tenure of John Robynson,—Shapp. (6th.) P. 15, m. 9.
The same to Ric. Waschyngton. Close in Glegyll and Rose Gylles in Nubye, Westmld., in tenure of Wm. Lewys, and lands in Melkenthropp, Westmld., in tenure of Wm. Workman, and in Magna Strikland in tenure of John Robynson,—Shapp. (6th.) Ib.
Sir Anthony Browne, K.G., Master of the Horse, to Robt. Berwyke. Tenement called le Bowhouse in Sleddall, Westmld., which belonged to Shappe mon. and was lately in tenure of Sir Thos. Clyfforth and Thos. Sutehill, and was granted to Sir Ant. by pat. of 1 July 36 Hen. VIII. (6th.) P. 20, m. 8.
Paul Dayrell and Dorothy his wife to Ralph Astell. Lands of the said Dorothy (specified and tenants named) in Coldeassheby, Ntht.,—Catesbye priory, and in Welford, Ntht.,—Sulby priory. (7th.) P. 17, m. 24.
John Barwike, of Eston, Wilts, to Hen. Chettyll. Lordship and manor of Blanforde St. Mary alias Saynt Marye Blanforde, Dors., in tenure of John Frye,—Clerkenwell priory, Midd. (8th.) P. 13, m. 23.
Wm. Sharyngton, the King's servant, to Thos. Dutton. Three salthouses or wychehouses in tenure of Gilb. Dutton. in Northwyche within the parish of Budworth, Chesh.,—Vale Royal. (8th.) P. 15, m. 12.
Edward Elryngton and Humph. Metcalf to Sir John Wyllyams, treasurer of Augmentations, and Chr. Edmondes, in fee to the said Sir John. Manor of Walhall, Herts,—St. Bartholomew's mon. in Westsmythfeld, London; messuages, &c., in Beswyke, Yorks., in tenure of Hen. Walkar and Hen. Redbourne,—Mountgrace; messuage, &c., in Southcave, Yorks. in tenure of Adam Carre, vicar of Southcave,—Bylande; lands (specified) in Brantingham, Yorks., in tenure of Hugh Clythero,—Malton; the manor of Priorsden and Culmer, Hants,—Southwyke; lands in Whaddon, Camb., in tenure of Wm. Newman, — Lavenden, Bucks.; and all appurtenances of the manors of Walhall and Priorsden and Culmer, in the hamlets of St. Stephen and St. John in Aldenham, Herts, and in Priorsden and Culmer, Hants. (8th.) P. 19, m. 14.
Thomas Paston a gentleman of the Privy Chamber, to Ric. Heydon and Nic. Rokewode. Manors of Barney, Thysfford, Darsyngham. and Paston, Norf., and all his lands in Barney, Thirsford, Darsyngham, Swanton Abbot, and Paston. Norf., and in Wokhampton, Redeham, Halvergate, Tunstall, and Boyton, Norf., and the rectory of Barney. (11th.) P. 15 m. 4.
Thos. Parker to John Parker. Pardon to John Parker for his purchase from Thos. Parker, dec., without licence, 27 July 35 Hen. VIII., of lands, &c., in Hunston and Flitton and in the borough of Northmolton, Devon, which are held of the King in capite. (12th.) P. 2, m. 42.
Sir Thomas Pope to Sir Wm. Barantyne. Manor or grange of Churchhyll, Oxon. (12th.) P. 19, m. 26.
Sir Mich. Dormer and John Cokke to Edw. Baylys, of Somerby, Linc. Manor of Wetheley in tenure of Ric. Smetheley in Sowthcave parish, Yorks., with a wood called Wetheley Woode and lands in Wetheley, Sowthcave and Ryplyngham, Yorks.—preceptory of Holy Trinity, Beverley, and St. John's of Jerusalem. (14th.) P. 25. m. 4.
John Harley to John Scryven and Jas. Warmecombe. Manor or castle of Brompton Bryan, Heref. To be regranted within two months to the said John Hartley and Matilda his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of the said John. (15th.) P. 15, m. 21.
The same to the same. Manor or castle of Branton Bryan, Heref., and lands there. To be re-granted to the said John and Matilda his wife in fee to the said John. (15th.) P. 18, m. 42.
Sir John Williams and Ant. Strynger to John Godsalve and Agnes his wife. A [messuage], &c., in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen in Olde Fysshestrete, London, formerly in tenure of Sir Adrian Fortescue and now of John Godsalve,—Halywell. (15th.) P. 18, m. 42.
Marmaduke Rayner to Robt. Rayner. Cottage called Stonehouse in Lyverseige, in tenure of Thos. Popelwell—Kyrkleys priory, and a tenement called Isottland, &c., in Lyverseige aforesaid, in the parish of Byrstall, in tenure of the said Marmaduke, — St. Oswald's. (16th.) P. 15, m. 9.
The same to John Rayner. A messuage, &c., in Lyverseige, in tenure of Thos. Sawood alias Southwoodd,—Kyrkleys. (16th.) Ibid.
Philip Llentall, of Navestok, and Parnella his wife to Sir Wm. Petre, one of the King's prime secretaries. Dovecot, orchard, garden and lands called Barrowe and Salmans, in tenure of Wm. Lawrence, in Writtell parish, Essex.—St. John's of Colchester. (18th.) P. 15, m. 13.
John Maynard and Wm. Breton to Isabella Best. Tenement and lands specified in Hawkesworth, within the parish of Otley, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Woode,—Esseholte priory. (18th.) P. 15. m. 18.
John Beamounte, of Gracedue, Leic., to Hen. Wylloughby. Inn called le Castell in Holborne, in the parish of St. Andrew in the suburbs of London, in tenure of Thos. Dalton,—Malmesbury, Wilts. (20th.) P. 15, m. 8.
John Maynard and Wm. Breton to Eliz. Mayne, widow. Messuage, &c., in Brixworth, Ntht., in tenure of Thos. Mayne, — Delaprey. (20th.) P. 15, m. 15.
John Malte to John Horner, jun. All his lands in Westbury, Soms., which belonged to Bruton abbey. (20th.) P. 15, m. 18.
Thomas Horner to John Sydnam. Chief messuage, &c., in Aschewike, Soms., in Sydnam's tenure. (20th.) P. 15, m. 18.
Ric. Andrewes to Edm. Cartwright. Manor of Ossyngton alias Assyngton. Notts, with the rectory of the same and the advowson of the vicarage. (21st.) P. 13, m. 23.
Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., and John Howe, to George Jakson and Alice his wife. Garden, &c., in tenure of Marian Raynard, widow, and George Jakson, in the parish of St. Clement Danes without the bars of the New Temple, London (between the tenement called Hertes Home on the east and the rectory of St. Clement on the west, the garden called le Covent Garden of Westminster on the north and the highway on the south), — St. John's of Jerusalem. (21st.) P. 15, m. 4.
The same to John Dawes alias Dawll, of Nawnton. Manor of Nawenton alias Nawnton super Cottesold, Glouc.,—Lytell Malvern, Worc. (21st.) Ib.
The same to Thos. Egewyn alias Love, of Evesham, merchant. Messuage called Carpenterhouse, &c., in tenure of John Woode, in Hampton Magna, Worc.,—Evesham. (21st.) P. 15, m. 5.
The same to Elias ap Dio ap Griffith alias Mathewe. Land called Overleighe and other lands in tenure of Elias ap Dio ap Griffith, by Humbrige within the liberties of Chester,—Basyngwark mon. in North Wales. (21st.) P. 15, m. 15.
John Beamounte, of Gracedue, Leic., to Francis Shyrley, of Staunton Harrold, Leic., and Dorothy his wife. All appurtenances in Ragdale, Leic., of the rectory of Ragdale, and the advowson of the vicarage of Ragdale, which belonged to Thomas Wolcey, late cardinal, attainted. (21st.) P. 15, m. 8.
Thos. Babyngton and John Hyde to Wm. Meyre. Messuage, &c., in Meyre, within the parish of Rowthorn alias Rosethorn, Chesh., in tenure of Gawen Legh,—Norton abbey. (24th.) P. 15, m. 19.
John Beamounte, of Gracedue, Leic., to Ric. Everatt. Manor or grange of Horsepole, Leic., and tithes in Stanton under Bardon, and in Thorneton and Bagworth, Leic., and messuages, &c., in Stanton, late in tenure of Robert Hardy and Hen. Tofte, now leased with the said manor, to Steph. and Robt. Colton,—Pratis, Leicestr'. (24th.) P. 15, m. 23.
John Aleyn., jun. to Sibilla Marten, widow. Manor or lordship of Parva Kelke, Yorks. Hampton Court, 26 July. P. 15, m. 20.
Lord Chancellor Wriothesley to John Twyne, of Norton, Hants, and Wm. and Nicholas his sons. Manor or manors of Norton [and] Sutton Scottney, Hants, which he holds by grant of 29 March 35 Hen. VIII. (27th.) P. 15, m. 19.
Robert Broke to Wm. Astyn, of Wolverhampton. Tenements, &c., in Madeley, Salop, in tenure of John Deuxhill, Ric. Shyfton, John Fowler and Edm. Deuxhill. (27th.) P. 15, m. 30.
Sir Anthony Broun to George Digley and Elizabeth his wife. Manor of Estclandon alias Clandon, Surr., and the advowson of the church of Est Clandon, woods called Westgaston Coppie (33 ac.), Estgaston Copie (47 ac), Southgaston Copie (20 ac.), and Bushgrove (7 ac.), in Estclandon, with appurtenances in Estclandon and Westclandon, — Chertsey. (28th.) P. 5, m. 36.
Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., and John Howe, to John Lambard, of London, draper. Tithes on the demesne lands of Heddyngton, Wilts, — Farleigh Monachorum. (28th.) P. 15, m. 18.
Sir Humph. Radclyff, of Bedyngton, Surr., to Thos. Colsell, of London. All his lands in Depedale, Patterdale, Penreth, Carleton. and Farleton, in cos. Westmld., Lanc., and Cumb., which belonged to William Lancaster, attainted. (29th.) P. 15, m. 21.
Sir John Gostwyke to John Rocke. Manor or lordship of Wyngrave, Bucks. (29th.) P. 19, m. 17.
Wm. Sewster, of Gunmecestre. Hunts, and John Sewster, his son and heir-apparent, to Ric. Raven and John Raven his son. Site of the manor or grange of Henlowe, Beds., in tenure of Sir John Mordaunt,—Wardon. (30th.) P. 5. m. 34.
The same to Wm. Laurence and Frances his wife, and the heirs of the said Wm. Laurence. Manor and farm called Slepe, in Slepe, and Seynt Ives, Hunts, with its lands (named) and services and rents called "custumary workesilver" in Hemyngford Abbatis, Hunts., in tenure of Wm. Laurence,—Ramsey. (30th.) P. 5, m. 35.
1036. Books of the Court of Augmentations.
(Continued from Vol. XVIII., Part I., No. 982.)
Enrolments of Grants by the Crown in the Augmentations in 35 Hen. VIII.
i. Appointments to offices in 35 Hen. VIII.
[In this abstract fees and all other particulars are omitted and former owners of lands are named in italics.]
Augm. Book.
236, f. 1.
Ric. Benson. To be keeper of the house of Austin Friars in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 17 May.
2.Ric. Lee, King's servant. To be hundreder or bailiff of the liberty of the abbey of St. Albans, and under-steward there, in reversion after John Newporte, who now holds these offices by grant of the late abbey. 16 June.
2b.Thos. Cawarden, a groom of the Privy Chamber. To be keeper of the castle of Donyngton, Berks, keeper and paler of the park there, steward and bailiff of the lordship and manor, and of all lands in Berks acquired from Charles duke of Suffolk, keeper of the woods of the said lordship, manor and lands; keeper of the mansion and park of Benham Valence manor, Berks, steward and bailiff of the manors of Benham Valence, Churchespene, Est Enborne and West Enborne, Berks, and keeper of the woods there; master of the hunts of deer in the said parks; keeper, master, warden or paymaster of Donyngton almshouse; from Mich. 33 Hen. VIII. 25 June.
3b.Robt. Sylvester. To be chief "le fremason" of all chief messuages, houses and buildings within the survey of the Augmentations. 8 July.
4.Ric. Darryngton, one of the King's footmen. To be bailiff or collector of rents of the lands of the late commandry (sic) of Willoughton and Eagle, Linc. St. John's of Jerusalem. St. Albans, 20 Nov.
5.Sir Hen. Knyvett, King's servant. To be keeper of the manor and park of Deddesham, Suss., and keeper of "le Northende, le Myddelwalke and le Southend" within the said park. 1 Dec.
6.Laur. Lee, one of the Queen's footmen. To be keeper of the chief mansion of Apthorpe manor, Ntht., and of the park there; woodward of all woods in the manors of Apthorpe, Wadenhoo, Woodnewton and Yarwell, Ntht., and of all woods in these places and in Tansour, Nassyngton, Cotterstock, Glapthorne, Clyff, Warmyngton and Owndell, Ntht., which belonged to Charles Blount lord Mountjoy; and bailiff of all the said manors and lands. 2 Nov.
9.Robt. Tyrwhyt, esquire for the Body. To be parker and keeper of the park of Mortlake alias Putneyth Park, Surr., and of the deer there; collector and bailiff of the manors of Batrichesay, Wandelesworth, Halfefarthing and Downe, Surr., and of all lands there and in Penge, Surr., which belonged to St. Peter's, Westminster; and bailiff of the liberty of St. Peter's within the manors of Batrichesay and Wandelesworth, and within the manor of Mordon, Surr. St. Peter's, Westminster. 17 July.
9b.Wm. Notte, King's servant. To be one of the ten auditors of the Augmentations, in reversion after Hugh Fuller. 22 Aug.
10b.Ric. Maxye and Martin Alysbury, grooms of the Chamber. To have the office of bailiff and collector and woodward of the lands of Gysborne monastery, Yorks. 1 Aug.
John Heron. To be forester or keeper of the woods in Langley Park and elsewhere in the parish of Adan, Nthld., vice Thos. Carnaby, dec. Earldom of Northumberland. 16 Sept. (In English.)
11.Robt. Horseley. To be constable and keeper of the castle of Langley, Nthld., vice Sir Reynold and Thos. Carnaby, dec. Earldom of Northumberland. 11 Sept.
12.John Wellesbourne, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. To be keeper of the house and site of Pypwell monastery, Ntht., with certain closes there. St. Albans, 20 Nov.
12b.John Jennyns, yeoman of the Guard. To be bailiff of the liberty of Newburgh, Yorks., bailiff and collector in Newburgh, Cuckwold, Lathorpe, Ulleston, Husthwayte and Carleton juxta Husthwayte, Yorks., of the lands of Newburgh monastery, and woodward within the said lands, 4 Aug.
13. John Parpoynt, King's servant. To be bailiff and collector of the King's lands within the lordship or manor of Wigmore, Heref. Wigmore. 15 Feb.
13b.Thos. Myddelmore. To be one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations, vice Wm. Blytheman, dec.; his district being the archdeaconry of Richmond and bpric. of Durham. 21 Jan.
14b.Michael Stanhop. To be chief steward of the lands of Henry late earl of Northumberland, master of the hunt of deer in the three parks of Leckynfeld, Yorks., from Lady Day 33 Hen. VIII.; also receiver, steward and bailiff of the lordship or manor of Beverley, Yorks., steward of the court there, keeper of the warren and outwoods and of the park of Beverley, surveyor of the lordship or manor, paler of the park, coroner and clerk of the market of Beverley. 3 March.
15b.Ric. Pate. To be under-steward and steward of the courts o the lands of Cirencester mon., Glouc., vice Ant. Straunge, dec. 12 March.
16.Hugh Norres. To be bailiff or collector of the lands of Kingswood mon., Wilts., and woodward within the lordship of Kingeswode and Osylworth, vice John Higges, dec. 12 March.
17.Ant. Aucher, King's servant. To be one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations and surveyor of suppressed lands in London, Midd. and Kent; in reversion after Thos. Spylman. 1 Jan.
18.Nic. Arnolde, King's servant. To be receiver and collector and surveyor of lands of St. Peter's, Gloucester. 13 March.
19.Wm. Est., S.T.B. To be archdeacon within the liberty of St. Albans. 8 March.
20b.Thos. Cawarden, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. To be steward and bailiff of the manors of Nonesuche, Ewell, Estchaym Westchaym, Sutton, Bansted, and Walton on the Hill, Surr., and keeper of the chief messuage, park and gardens of Nonesuche; vice Sir Ralph Sadler, who surrenders his patent, of 3 Jan. 32 Hen. VIII., for this to be made. 2 March.
27John Jenyns, King's servant. To be keeper of the chief messuages of Halfnaked, and Goodwood, Suss., and of the parks there, and the chase and woods of Walberton, Suss., chief steward and bailiff of the manors of Halfnaked, Walberton, Strethampton, Woodcote and Boxgrave, and of all the King's lands in these places; with fees from Mich. 31 Hen. VIII., from which time he has occupied these offices without fee. 25 March.
28.Edw. Watour and George Walle. To have the office of one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations, now held by Watour alone; the district being South Wales. St. Albans, 24 Nov.
29.Sir Edw. North and Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels. To have the office of treasurer of the Augmentations, on surrender of patent 17 March 31 Hen. VIII. granting it to Sir Edw. alone. 31 March.
30.Sir John Williams, master of the Jewels. To be treasurer of the Augmentations, vice Sir Edw. North, resigned. Not dated.
31.Sir Ric. Riche, chancellor, and Sir Edw. North, treasurer of Augmentations. To have the office of chancellor of Augmentations, vice Sir Ric. Riche alone. 4 March. (Marked as void because enrolled in the year 36 Hen. VIII.)
33.Sir Ric. Southwell, King's Councillor. To be keeper of the site, &c., and bailiff of the manor of Hackeney, Midd. 16 April.
37George Blage, King's servant. To be chief steward of the manor of Maydeston, Kent, keeper of the King's chief messuage and gardens in Maydeston, and bailiff of the manor, liberty and franchises there; vice Sir Thos. Wyatt, dec. 11 March.
37b.John Columbyne. To be a gunner in Sandgate castle, Kent. 2 June.
Laur. Bront. To be a gunner in Walmer castle, Kent, 28 May.
ii. Life Grants, &c., in 35 Hen. VIII.
[In this abstract rents and all other particulars are omitted, and former owners of lands are named in italics.]
Augm. Book,
236, f. 1b.
Benedict Kyllygrewe and Anne daughter of Sir Thos. Jonys, whom the said Benedict is about to marry. Reversion of Rysbourgh park, Bucks, parcel of the honour of Ewelme, which is now held by Sir Edw. Donne and Sir John Daunce under two patents dated 8 Aug. 12 Hen. VIII. and 4 May 32 Hen. VIII. 16 May.
2.Thos. Lawe, of Berwick, King's servant. Annuity of 6l. out of Horton Grange, Nthld. 17 July.
3b.John Soda, King's servant. Manor of Theydon Boyes, Essex. Waltham Holy Cross. 18 July. (Also enrolled at f. 9.)
4b.Robt. Hayward alias Perry, yeoman of the Guard. A tenement at Charyng Crosse, parcel of the manor of Westminster. 29 July.
Robt. Seymour, King's servant. Several messuages in the parishes of St. James at Garlykhith and St. Michael at Quenehith, London. 27 July.
5.Walter Cromer, M.D., King's servant, and Alice his wife. Annuity of 20l., upon the King having received and sworn him into the office of one of his ordinary physicians. 10 July.
5b.Susan Clarencieulx, for services to the Lady Mary. Manor of Chevenhall alias Chepenhall, Suff., upon surrender of her patent 14 Jan. 34 Hen. VIII. of an annuity. Bury St. Edmonds. 8 July.
6b.John Godsalve, one of the clerks of the Signet, and Agnes his wife. Manor of Castre, Norf. Bury St. Edmunds. 10 Dec.
7.Hugh Willoughby, serjeant at arms. A tenement called Dr. Vaughan's Lodging within the Grey Friars, London, lately held by lady Rose Walloppe, dec.; with certain chambers there. 18 Jan.
7b.Hugh Losse, of London. Reversion of lands specified in Little Stanmere, Midd. upon the expiration of a 26 years' lease, 11 May 19 Hen. VIII., made by the priory of St. Bartholomew's, Westsmithfield, to Peter Frankelyn. 20 April.
11.Thos. Preston, King's servant, and Agnes his wife. Tenement called le Crystofer in St. Botulph's parish without Aldrychegate, London. St. Albans. St. Albans, 20 Nov.
11b.Nich. Brystowe, King's servant, and Lucy his wife. Kympton rectory, Herts; upon surrender of his patent 1 April 30 Hen. VIII. of 10l. annuity. Merton, Surr. St. Albans, 26 Nov.
12b.Ph. Chowte, King's servant. Marsh lands in Iden, Suss., sold to the Crown by Thomas Cromwell, late earl of Essex. St. Albans, 17 Nov.
13.Wm. Broke, King's servant. Annuity of 20l. 20 Jan.
Robt. Legge, King's servant. Annuity of 30l. 10 Jan.
14b.Peter Pett, shipwright, King's servant. Fee of 6d. a day from Michaelmas last. 20 Jan.
16.Philip Lentall, cutler, King's servant. Fee of 4d. a day. 12 March.
18b.Massea de Millan, widow of Peter de Millan, Greek. Messuage, &c., within Black Friars, London. 19 March.
19b.Robt. Chechester, gentleman usher of the Chamber of the Lady Mary, and Agnes Philippe, whom he is about to marry. Lands in Thornedon and Aspall and the manor of Ryseangles, Suff. Redlyngfeld. On surrender of patent 24 Oct. 35 Hen. VIII. to himself alone. 16 April.
20.John Skynner, yeoman. Forty years' lease of a house in Aldersgate, London, on the expiry of a 21 years' lease, made 3 Aug. 26 Hen. VIII., by Hen. late earl of Northumberland to Wm. Pagett, then one of the clerks of the Signet. 18 Jan.
27b.Ric. Rede, of London, salter. Forty years' lease (from the expiration of a 21 years' lease to him, 21 Dec. 35 Hen. VIII.) of the site, &c., of Padyngton manor, Midd, with the rectory there. St. Peter's, Westminster. 13 April.
32.Katharine, the Queen Consort. Lordships and manors of Wymbledon and Mortlake and park of Mortlake, Surr., manor and park of Hanworth, Midd., manor of Chelsey, Midd., and all lands in Chelsey which the King obtained of Robt. Whyte 26 Feb.
32b.Wm. Tyrrell, King's servant. Annuity of 30l. 19 Jan.
33.Edw. Grene, of Little Sampforde, Essex, and Margaret his wife, lady Curson. Annuity of 20l. in consideration of their grant to the King of lands called Rowses, in Ipswich, Suff., which belonged to Robt. lord Curson, dec. 2 Nov.
33b.The lord Wryothesley. Annuity of 100l., until he shall be advanced to any office the yearly fee of which amounts to 100l. 22 Jan. (In English.)
34.Katharine, the Queen Consort. Jointure under the Act of 32 Hen. VIII., viz., lordships and manors of Owndell, Aysheton, Warmyngton and Eglethorp and rectories of Owndell and Warmyngton, Ntht., lordships and manors of Aylton alias Alyngton, Hunts, Stokelande, Dors., Beare Newton, St. Ciric's and Yarcombe (with Yarcombe rectory), Devon, and Bulbarne, alias Bremmer Bulbarne (with Barnes grange), Hants; also site and demesnes of Bremer priory, Hants; also the lordships and manors of Loders (and rectories of Loders and Bradpole), Dors.,—Axmouth (with the rectory), Devon, and Yevell (with the rectory), Soms., which belonged to Syon; also the lordship and manor of Keynesham, manor of Chewton, hundred of Keynesham, rectory of Keynesham, and granges of Estover, Westover and Fylton, Soms., and the lordships and manor of Roythe, co. Glamorgan,—Keynesham; lordship and manor and hundred of Axmyster, Devon,—Newneham, Devon; lordships and manors of Staunton and Snoweshull and rectory of Staunton, Glouc., with certain tithes there,—Winchcombe; lordships and manors of Balsall, Ryton, Grafton, and Flechehampsted, Warw. and Worc., which belonged to Balsall preceptory,—St. John's of Jerusalem; lordship and manor of Morton Abbot's, Worc.,—Evesham; and advowsons of the churches of Loders, Bradpole, Axmouth, Keynesham, Staunton and Aysheton, aforesaid. 24 Feb.
36b.John Wynter, Kings servant. Annuity of 40l. 1 Feb.
37.Luke Harnebolte, King's servant, and Margaret his wife. Messuage, &c., in St. Margaret's .parish, Westminster, with the appointment of the said Luke as King's painter. 6 April.
38.Sir Wm. Petre, King's councillor. Annuity of 100l. upon his appointment as one of the King's two principal secretaries. 21 Jan.
Sir Wm. Paget, King's councillor. The like. 9 May.
38b.John Carye, of the Household. Twenty-one year's lease of Estwyke manor, Herts. 24 Feb. (Marked as void because enrolled among leases of 35 Hen. VIII.)
39.Walter Hendley, attorney of Augmentations. Sixty years' lease of the site, &c., of Clerkenwell monastery, Midd., on the expiry of a Crown lease 20 June 35 Hen. VIII., to Robt. Tyrwhytt; and of lands in the parish of St. James', Clerkenwell, on the expiry of a lease, 14 Jan. 18 Hen. VIII., by the prioress and convent of Clerkenwell, to John Ingland. 12 April.
40.Ric. Breme, King's servant (in consideration of a wood called Larkewood in Chynkeforde parish, Essex, within Waltham forest). Manor and rectory of Estham, Essex; except Wyklande marsh in Woolwich, Kent, certain scattered marshes in Westham reclaimed by Wm. Hycheman, late abbot of Stratford Langthorne, a marsh in Estham and Westham reclaimed by Ric. Gouge and the advowson of Estham vicarage. Also ten parcels of marsh land (described) in Estham. Stratford Langthorn. 12 Jan.
iii. Pensions in 35 Hen. VIII.
Augm. Book,
236, f. 1.
St. John of Jerusalem in England. Hen. Gerrad, brother. 10l. payable by the receiver for Dorsetshire. 5 May.
23b.Dowglas priory, Isle of Man. Ellen Calcott, prioress. 5 mks. from Mich. 32 Hen. VIII. 26 Dec.
Also Marg. Eccliston, Ellen Ithell, and Agnes Inelewn, nuns there. 26 Dec.
24-6.Russhyng monastery, Isle of Man. Hen. Jacson alias Cowplande, abbot. 10l. from Mich. 32 Hen. VIII. 26 Dec.
Also Ric. Skales, Jas. More, John Lawe, Ric. Nowell, Robt. Tysan, and Edm. Hollande, monks there. 26 Dec.
iv. Leases in 35 Hen. VIII.
[These leases are for 21 years. In the following abstract the names of former owners, where indicated, are printed in italics, and, for the sake of brevity, all particulars (such as the details of the demesne lands let with monasteries and manors, the nature and tenants' names of the tithes of rectories, &c., the fields attached to granges and farms, the extents and tenants' names of lands, the positions of tenements in towns, and the like, which are as a rule minutely specified, with, of course, the rents and conditions of the leases) are omitted.]
Augm. Book,216. f. 1.John Bradley, of Darsyll (sic), Yorks., and Agnes his wife. Lands in Womwell, Yorks.; on surrender of a 33 years' lease (recited) to John Taylour by Helaugh Park priory, 3 Aug. 4 Hen. VIII. 8 June.
1b.Steph. Woode. Tenement in St. Ethelburga's parish, London. St. Helen's, London. 10 June.
Thos. Godwyn, of London. Lands in Lanrake parish and in Stentewynyall in St. German's parish, Cornw. St. German's monastery. 3 June.
2.Leonard Browne, of London. Moiety of Southwytham rectory, Linc., which belonged to Temple Brwer preceptory, Linc. St. John's of Jerusalem. 6 July.
2b.John Panter. Site of Kynsham monastery, Soms. 5 June.
Jas. Berdsey. Lands in Folby, Yorks. St. Oswald's. 9 June.
3.Thos. Webbe, of Cirencester, Glouc. Office of serjeant of the town of Cirencester; on surrender of a twelve years' lease (recited) by Cirencester abbey at the request of Sir Wm. Kyngeston, high steward of the abbey, 30 Sept. 29 Hen. VIII. 2 June.
4.Wm. Brakenbury. Saundehurste manor, Berks.; from the expiration of the present 40 years' lease by Chertsey abbey to Wm. Rogis, dec., 5 Dec. 2 Hen. VIII. 22 Aug.
4b.John Browne. Messuage, &c., called Milgates in Old Buckenham, Norf. Buckenham priory. 14 Oct.
5.Hugh Wylkynson. Lands in Old Buckenham. Buckenham priory. 14 Oct.
5b.Robt. Thorley, of Cranebroke, Kent. Lands in Tettysworthe in Leke parish, Staff. Dieuleucres. St. Albans, 19 Nov.
6.Thos. and Robt. Garnett. Windmill in Northeskerle, Linc., and pasture called Temple Crosselandes in Braunston parish, Linc., which belonged to Eagle preceptory. St. John's of Jerusalem. St. Alban's, 20 Nov.
6b.John David. Lands in Galby, Leic. Oulveston. 8 June.
7.Ric. Horner. Grain rents from the farmers of the Hall Garth manor and Hoton upon Darwent rectory, Yorks. Kyrkeham, 1 April.
7b.Wm. Rydyall. Tenement and mill in Colyngham, Yorks. Kyrkeshall monastery. 20 March.
8.Ric. Tyrrell, of London. Tenement within the close of St. Bartholomew's, Westsmythfeld, London. 2 Feb.
8b.Arnold Butler, of Johnston, co. Pembroke. Camrose rectory, co. Pemb. Haverford West Priory. 1 May.
9b.Wm. Hall. Closes called Pypers and Deanes in Prestlay manor, Beds. 28 April.
10.Ric. Fynamore, of Bromham, Wilts. Tithes of demesnes of Hedyngton, Wilts. Ferleigh priory. 8 May.
Sir Nic. Strelley, of Strelley, Notts. Grain rent of the farmer of Thorpe Rygnall grange, Yorks. Workesoppe priory. 8 May.
John Hayward, of Stratford Langthorne, Essex. Lands in Stratford Langthorne. Stratford Langthorne. 1 June.
10b.Robt. Darknall. Welfeld close in Westham manor, Essex. Stratford Langthorne. Not dated.
11.Robt. Stepneyth. Tenement in Chyrche Strete in Westham, Essex, and lands in Westham and Estham; on surrender of a 40 years' lease (recited) to Mich. Hall by Stratford Langthorne abbey 12 Oct. 22 Hen. VIII. 10 May.
12.Nich. Blunston. Herbage and pannage of Hexgrave park, Notts., parcel of Southwell manor, which the King obtained by exchange with Edward abp. of York. 8 May.
Hugh Stele and Thos. Merser, of Wyverham, Chesh. Lands in Wyverham. Vale Royal. 12 May.
12b.John Skypwith, of South Ormesby, Linc. Rectories of Burgh in the Marsh and Wynthorp, Linc., and lands there. Bullyngton. 26 June.
13.Robt. Walker, of Selby, Yorks. Lands in Selby and Brayton, Yorks. Selby. 6 June.
13b.Ric. Clayton, of Thorneholme, Linc. Appleby rectory, Linc.; on surrender of Crown lease (recited), 7 March 28 Hen. VIII., to Ric. Freston. Thorneholme. 2 July.
14b.John Markeham. Messuage, &c., in Ketton, Rutl. Sempringham. 14 July.
15.Robt. Blanforde, of Chelsey, Midd. Lands in Chelsey. 4 —— (month blank). Folio 16 blank.
17.Wm. Curson, of London, and Margaret his wife. Tenement within the precinct of Black Friars, London. 5 May.
Thos. Wylson, clk. Tithes in Swynsted, Yorks. Draxe. 8 May.
17b.Dorothy Paver, widow. Tenement within the close of St. Bartholomew's, London. 9 May.
Oliver Thacker and Robt. Ragg. Tithes within the fields of Derby due to Derleye abbey and its two parish churches of St. Peter and St. Michael in Derby, or rented by Derleye abbey from the collegiate church of All Saints in Derby by an indenture dated St. John's Day 1452, or rented by Derleye abbey from the nunnery beside Derby, now suppressed, by an indenture dated Christmas 1451; on surrender of a 99 years' lease (recited) by Derleye abbey 12 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII. 7 May.
18b.Ric. Parrowe, of London, baker. Tenement in St. Martin's parish in the Vintry, London. St. Helen's priory. 6 June.
John Barker, of Bradwey, Derb. Mill in Bradwey and tithes in Dowre in Dronfeld parish, Derb. 14 June.
19.Randolph Barker, of Wyverham, Chesh. Lands in Wyverham. Vale Royal. 20 June.
19b.Hugh Somer, of Over, Chesh. Tenement in Over. Vale Royal. 20 June.
John Jerrerd, of Wyverham. Tenement there. Vale Royal. 20 June.
20.Ric. Nightyngale, of Over. Tenement there. Vale Royal. 20 June.
20b.Thos. Smythe, of Chester. Houses within the sites of the Black and White Friars, Chester. 8 July.
21Jankyn Lloyd ap Dd, of Kydwellye, co. Carmarthen. Rectory of Llanridian Penrice, co. Glamorgan, and lordship of Milwood in Gowerland, co. Glamorgan, which belonged to Slebyche preceptory, co. Pembroke. St. John's of Jerusalem. 7 July.
21b.John Mylle, of Southampton. Mills in Romsey, Hants. Romsey. 14 July.
22.Hen. Whytrasyn. Wylberfosse nunnery, Yorks., and lands and rents in Wylberfosse, Newton, Darwent, Yowlethorpe, and Meltynby, with the rectory of Wylberfosse and chapel of Newton. Not dated.
23Wm. Myllys, of Croydon, Surr. Lands in Croydon parish, parcel of Norbury manor and of the honour of Hampton Court. 10 Sept.
Ric. Ince, yeoman. Salt works in Nantwhiche alias Whyche Malbanke, Chesh. Routon priory, Staff. 7 Dec.
23b.Thos. Northorpe, of London, clothworker. Tenement in St. Benet's parish, London. Austin Friars, London. St. Albans, 20 Nov.
24.Nich. Brystowe, of the Household. Lands in Waghen, Yorks. Meux. St. Albans, 21 Nov.
The same. Ditto. St. Albans, 21 Nov.
24b.John Howe. Shildon rectory, Devon. Dunkeswell. 7 Aug.
25.Thos. Skypwith. Lands and tithes in Luton parish, Beds. St. Albans. 7 May.
Wm. Fortescue. Grain rent of the farmer of Combe farm, Soms. Bath priory. 4 May.
25b.John Shilton, of Byrmyngham, Warw. Lands in Byrmyngham, parcel of the lordship there. 9 May.
George Harper. Henden park, and lands in Henden, Brasted, Sundriche and Chedyngton, Kent. 8 May.
26.Chr. Clerke. Tenement in the parish of St. Mary Abchurche, London. London Charterhouse. 14 May.
26b.John Palmer, of Letto, Norf. White Friars, Yarmouth, Norf. 4 June.
Joan Skynner, widow. Two tenements in St. Botolph's parish without Bishopsgate. London. New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate. 4 June.
27.John Scotte, of the Household. Ramesholte rectory, Suff. Butley. 11 June.
27b.Anne Partyryche, widow. Messuage within the walls of Black Friars, London. 14 June.
Sir John Williams. Rents of tenants and all demesnes of Grafton manor, Northt., with reservations; on surrender of a Crown lease (recited), granted by patent, 27 Nov. 20 Hen. VIII. 21 June.
28bRobt. Turwytt, of the Household, and John Hervy, of Mortlake, Surr. Demesne lands in Mortlake; on surrender of a 15 years' lease (recited) to the said John Harvy granted by the abp. of Canterbury, 26 Nov. 20 Hen. VIII. 21 June.
29b.John Thompson. Tenement called the Crowne and lands in Dertford, Kent. Dertford. 5 July.
30.Thos. Hawkyns, yeoman of the Crown. Hernehill rectory, Kent,—Feversham; also tithes of Denley marsh there and lands called le Beche in Hernehill, which belonged to Thomas late earl of Essex. 13 July.
30b.Sir Ant. Browne. Shelbrede priory, Suss., with lands there. St. Albans, 18 Nov.
31.Sir Rice Maunxell. Lordships and manors of Havodporth and Kenfyg and grange of Llanvegellith, co. Glamorgan, and lands in these places and in Tryssent, co. Glamorgan. Margam. 10 July.
31b.Peter Crymes, of Wyverham, Chesh. Tenement in Wyverham. 18 June.
32.John Goldyng. Limekiln in Thorpe, Norf., opposite the Bishop's Gates of Norwich. Bpric. of Norwich. St. Albans, 23 Nov.
33.John Southwell. Codenham manor; on surrender of a 40 years' lease (recited) to John Bagard, of Fynbergh Magna, Suff., granted by St. John's of Jerusalem on behalf of Baddisford preceptory, Suff., 24 April 8 Hen. VIII. Not dated.
33bJohn Nasshe, of the Household. Heston rectory, Midd., in reversion after John White and Katharine his wife, who hold a ten years' lease of it. from the College of St. Mary beside Winchester, dated 22 Oct. 28 Hen. VIII. 12 March. (Cancelled, because not issued.)
34.Joan Arnolde, of Michelham, Surr., widow. Tenement in Michelham parish called Capelhouse and Kyngesfeldes. 22 March.
34b.John Eston, of the Borough of Southwark. Surr. Two tenements in Southwark. St. Mary Overey. 28 March.
Jas. Sympson and Wm. Savage. Rents in kind due from the farmers' of manors and rectory tithes of Kyrkby in Grindalith, Dougleby, Sledmer, and Garton, Yorks. Kyrkeham. 26 March.
35.George Ayshe, of the Household. Tenement in the parish of St. Peter Paupertatis, London. 28 March.
35b.Ric. Duke, of London. Fifty-two loads of firewood annually out of Kyngeswoode alias Kyngeswoode Heth, near Colchester. Essex. Grey Friars, Colchester. 26 March.
36.Hugh Frye, of Exeter. Ernescombe rectory, Devon. St. John's, Exeter. 29 March.
36b.Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc. Hayles monastery, with works of customary tenants in Dydbroke and Hayles, and woods, &c., in Pynnockes Skern and Pynnockes Shire, Dydbroke and Hayles. For forty-one years. 26 March.
37b.John Hykeling, of —— (blank), Ntht. Lands in Apthorp, parcel of Aldrington manor, and of the honour of Grafton, Ntht. 20 March.
38.Ric. Taverner, of the Household. Alvyngham priory, with the rectories of Alvyngham and Cokeryngton; on surrender of a previous Crown lease (recited) dated 20 Jan. 30 Hen. VIII. 5 — — (month blank).
39.George Strangways, of Kyngston, Dors. Tithes in Morden parish, Dors. Canonleigh. 7 March.
John Leton, of Snape, Yorks. Tithes of Carethorpe, in Burneston parish, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 20 April.
39b.Edm. Harman, of the Household. Harmondesworthe manor and rectory, Midd.; for forty years in reversion after Wm. Noke and Joan his wife, who hold a ten years' lease of the same, with certain farm stock (described), from St. Mary's College near Winchester, dated 8 Oct. 32 Hen. VIII. 16 April.
40.Wm. Twysden, of Wye, Kent. Water mill in Wye. Battle. 10 Feb.
41.Wm. Tanner, of Nonesuche, Surr. Reversion of Asshested manor, Surr., and of a meadow in Rygate; after Thos. Frank and Agnes his wife, who hold in survivorship by lease of Edw. Aston, 10 Nov. 18 Hen. VIII. 8 Feb.
41b.Thos. Typpyng. Tenement in Kyrkby Moreside, Yorks. Newburgh. 20 Feb.
Tristram Cooke, of the Household. Fysshegarton grange, Notts, with tithes and lands there, including a house called Fiskerton Hall alias Fyssegarton Hall, and a chapel. Thurgarton. 18 Feb.
42.Giles Reede. Tenement in Bristol called Lewens Meade. Tewkesbury. 23 Feb.
42b.Ric. Armoror. Tenement and lands in Penteryche, Derb. Derley. 4 Feb.
43.John Davye. Tenement in Ampthill, Beds, in the lordship and honour of Ampthill; with reservation of lands enclosed in Dame Elensbury park. 26 Feb.
43b.Robt. Golde. of Long Sutton, Soms., jun. Long Sutton manor, with reservations; on surrender of a seven years' lease (recited) by Athelney abbey, 20 March 28 Hen. VIII. 19 June.
45.Ric. Buller, of Lanrake, Cornw. Messuage called Clyfton and lands in Landhylp parish, Cornw., with a fishery called Fysshwere beside the sea shore there. St. German's. 10 Feb.
45bRic. Covert, of Est Sutton, Kent. Est Sutton manor. Thos. late earl of Essex. 12 Feb.
46.Macilda, Matilda, and Margaret ap John, three daughters of Thos. ap John Weyth. Messuage in Trevell Wood in the parish of Dore, Heref. Dore. 28 Jan.
46b.Robt. Yonge. Tenement called the Rose in Goldinglane in St. Giles's parish without Crepulgate, London. Halywell. 4 March.
Thos. Hardinge, of Shefford, Beds. Lands in Shefforde. Chikesonde. 4 March.
47bSir George Carrowe. Dunsford rectory, Devon. Canonleigh. Not dated.
John Fyssher, of Ayshe, Kent. Lands in Styrrey and Fordewiche, Kent. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 12 Feb.
48.Thos. Gardenor, of Brevisnorton, Oxon. Brevesnorton manor, which the King purchased of Thos. duke of Norfolk. 12 Feb.
49John Stoner. Chygwell and Westhatche manors, Essex; on surrender of a Crown lease (recited) to Wm. Rolt, 20 Dec. 30 Hen. VIII. 8 April.
49bJas. Whytney, a sewer of the Chamber. Uske monastery, Llandaff dioc., with tithes of Lanbadoke, Uske and Llangeweye churches, St. Mary Magdalen's chapel in Uske, the township of Ragland, and Llandenye chapel, a fishery in the water of Usk, and tithes of the townships of Llandenye, Ragland, and Llanbadok and of Throstre fishery; also pasture called Pencareck in Llanllowell parish, Llandaff dioc. 10 March.
50bGeoffrey Allam. Prentyce lands in Stowe parish, Essex. Byleigh. 20 Jan.
John Hannam. Trent manor, Soms. Studley priory, Warw. 12 March.
51.John Collyns. Monmouth rectory, Heref. Monmouth monastery. 12 March.
Ric. Wasshyngton. Tithes of the demesnes of Shappe monastery, Westmld. 12 Feb.
52Lady Mary Kyngeston, widow, late wife of Sir Wm. Kyngeston, dec., and Hen. Jernyngham, her son and heir-apparent. Tenement within the Black Friars, London; on surrender of lease (recited), in survivorship to the said Sir Wm., Mary and Henry, by the Black Friars, 20 Dec. 28 Hen. VIII. 10 July.
53George Rowley, of London, brewer. Tenement within St. Botolph's parish without Aldersgate, London. St. Bartholomew's Westsmythfelde, London. 1 June.
53b.Wm. Pounsett. Barkyng monastery, Essex; on surrender of Crown lease (recited) to Sir Thos. Denys 8 July 32 Henry VIII. 11 March.
55.John Pascall, of Great Badowe, Essex. Land in Great Badowe. Repyngdon, Derb. 2 March.
55b.Robt. Bocher, of the Household. Istelworth rectory, with tithes of Istelworth and Twykenham churches, Midd,; for 31 years, in reversion after Ralph Johnson and Dorothy his wife, who hold a ten years' lease from St. Mary's College near Winchester, dated 26 Feb. 27 Hen. VIII. 29 March.
56.Wm. Stumpe. Tithes of lands in the parishes of St. Paul and St. Mary Westporte, in Malmesbury, Wilts. Malmesbury. 24 March.
57.Wm. Morgan. Salt works in Droytwyche, Worc. Bordesley. 3 Feb.
Wm. Hotchekyes. Tenement and cottage in Uckyngton in Attyngham parish, Salop. Lylleshull. 3 Feb.
57b.Roland Rampson. Manor of Gowers and Buckerelles in Chyngford parish, Essex, with lands there, which the King purchased from Edw. Monoxe. 7 Feb.
58.Thos. Dawson, of Henlowe, Beds. Lynfordys mill within Henlowe manor. Lanthony Glouc. 1 Sept.
58b.Wm. Pressyke, of Thormanbye, Yorks. Tenement in Thormanbye. Rievaulx. 16 Nov.
59.Oliver Rigbye, of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex. Sabridgeworthe mills, Herts; on surrender of a 21 years' lease (recited) to Robt. Noddes, by Hen. lord Scrope of Bolton. 16 Sept. 17 Hen. VIII. 16 April.
60.John Duffeld, of London, foyster. Lands in St. Ewin's parish, London. Grey Friars, London. 14 April.
60b.Edw. Millet, of the Household. Tenement near Charyng Crosse, Midd., parcel of Westminster manor. 14 April.
Matth. Tompson, of Whitekirke, Yorks. Tenement called the Scale, near Lancaster; on surrender of a 23 years' lease (recited) to Nic. Thornburgh, of Hamsfell, Lanc., by Seton nunnery, 6 Oct. 22 Hen. VIII. 24 Nov.
61b.Wm. Cavendysshe. Rents in kind due from the farmer of Ivynghoo rectory, Bucks,—College of Assherudge; also from the farmer of Weston manor, Suss.,—Durforde. 15 April.
Ric. Cotton. Prescote manor, Glouc., and lands in Southwyke. Glouc.; on surrender of a 99 years' lease (recited) by Tewkesbury abbey. 20 Jan. 30 Hen. VIII. 2 April.
62b.Wm. Cheyke, of London, pottycarye. Land beside Soper Lane. London. St. Helen's, London. 2 March.
63.Wm. Typlady, of London, haberdasher. Tenement in St. Sepulchre's parish in the suburbs of London. St. Bartholomew's, Westsmythfeld, London. 16 March.
Wm. Shirborne. barber-surgeon, of London. Tenement in St. Ethelburga's parish, London. St. Helen's within Bishopsgate, London. 1 April.
63bJohn Parrowe. Lands in Sybsey, Lincoln, parcel of Willoughton preceptory, Linc. St. John's of Jerusalem. 4 April.
64.Edw. Hanby. Tenement and lands in Brokkelsby, Linc., which belonged to a certain chantry there. 13 March.
John Lyons. Mill and lands in Lytlyngton, Beds. 2 June.
64b.Wm. Castelyn, of London, mercer. Grain rent due from the farmer of Shirokes grange and of the tithes of Gaitforde, Shyrrokes and Darforde. Notts, with pasturage of two oxen upon Shirokes grange. Worksopp. 11 Dec.
65.Ric. Moreton, of Pudyngton Ntht. Lands in Millebroke, Beds, parcel of Millebroke manor and of the honour of Ampthill; on surrender of a Crown lease (recited) to Wm. Cartwryk, by patent 12 Feb. 20 Hen. VIII. 26 Nov.
65b.Ric. Rede, of London, salter. Padyngton manor, Midd., with a messuage there in tenure of Edw. Northe, and the rectory of Padyngton; on surrender of a Crown lease (recited) to Sir Edw. Baynton and Isabella his wife, 7 Jan. 32 Hen. VIII. 21 Dec.
66b.Wm. Castelyn. Cancelled duplicate of lease at f. 64b.
Cuthbert Pratte, of London. Cellar in St. Botolph's parish beside Byllyngesgate, London. St. Mary Graces. 10 Jan.
67.Thos. Tyrrell, of London. Tenement within the close of St. Bartholomew's in Westsmythefeld. London. 4 Oct.
67bRobt. Hardewyn, of Graveley, Herts, carpenter. Two tenements in Wyllyon, Herts. Bigginge priory in Hychyn. 20 Jan.
Ric. Freston. Wyngfeld College, Suff. 11 Dec.
68.Ric. Lyle, of Felton, Nthld. Halystone priory, Nthld., with Alanton, Corsensyde and Halystone rectories, Nthld. 1 Feb.
68bThos. Petkyn, of Molso, Bucks. Tenement called Feldes in Cranefeld parish, Beds. Ramsey. 1 Feb.
69Ric. Norton, of Hertforth, Yorks. Manors of Balderby and Melmerby, Yorks., with numerous tenements in Balderby and Melmerby, and tithes and rents in Balderby, Melmerby, and Assenby, Yorks. Fountains. 1 Feb.
71Hen. Barton, of Folxhill, Warw. Lands within Folxhill lordship. Coventry priory. 1 Feb.
71b.Giles Garrett, of Cranebroke, Kent. Lands in Thormanby, Yorks.,—Byland, and in Stanesby, Yorks.,—Ryvalles. 1 Feb.
72Matilda Bayly, widow. Moiety of Priours Courte and other lands in Netherbrynshopp and Brynshopp, Heref. Wormesley. 4 Feb.
72b.Wm. Tatton, of Lowe, Staff., and Ellen his wife. Tenement in Lowe, within the parish of Leke, Staff. Dieuleucres. 8 Feb.
73Wm. Neve, of Banyngham, Norf. The Sextens manor in Aylesham, Norf., with certain furniture therein; on surrender of a 20 years' lease (recited) by Bury St. Edmund's abbey 1 July 28 Hen. VIII. 20 July.
74b.John Maynarde. Tithes in St. Michael's parish in the town of St. Albans, Herts. St. Albans abbey. St. Albans, 23 Nov.
Edw. Strangman. Marshes called Clerkenwyk alias Abbottes Mershe in the parish of Hadley Castill, Essex; on surrender of a 21 years' lease (recited) to John Strangman. by Stratford Langthorne abbey, 21 Aug. 14 Hen. VIII. St. Albans, 23 Nov.
75b.Robt. Sutton. Close called Westewoodes in the Eagle lordship, Linc., parcel of the preceptory of the Eagle. St. John's of Jerusalem. St. Albans, 26 Nov.
76Jas. Alcok. Close called Howse Close in the Eagle lordship, parcel of the preceptory of the Eagle. St. John's of Jerusalem. St. Albans, 26 Nov.
George Aysshe and Robert Myryk, the King's yeomen purveyors of wines. Kydwelly priory or cell, co. Carmerden, with the rectory, certain tithes there, and a pension out of Penbray rectory. Shirborne Dors. 28 Jan.
77.John Rydgewey, of London. Tithes of Abbotescarswell rectory, Devon. Shirborne. 20 Feb.
Sir George Carewe. Tithes in Galmeton, Churston and Linton, in Brixham parish, Devon. Tottenes. 20 Feb.
77b.Jas. Reynoldes, of London, joiner. St. Helen's rectory, London. St. Helen's priory, London. 20 Feb.
78.John Carye, of the Household. Estwike manor, and lands there, parcel of the honour of Hunsdon, Herts. 25 Feb.
78bThos. Audeley, of the Household. Woldehurste rectory, with the priory or cell of St. Ives, Hunts, and the rectory of St. Ives. Ramsey. 24 March.
79b.Wm. Hale, of Merston, Beds. Lands belonging to Pelyng manor, in the parish of Merston, parcel of the lordship of Ampthill; on surrender of a Crown lease (recited) to Wm. Hale, his father, by patent 28 April 21 Hen. VIII. 6 April.

Footnotes

1 "Que fait a doubter soit este pour avour led. sieur roy meilleur moyen et occasion de prester l'oreille ausd. practiques, et mesmes sil voit que son armee que luy aura beaucop couste ne face quelque bon effect."
2 The portion within brackets is cancelled, and is not printed in the State Papers.
3 See No. 987, p. 596 note
4 The Lord of Stornede.
5 Nicholas Taphoren.
6 Cancelled.
7 That is, in marriage for.
8 The passage from the beginning of the paragraph, down to this point, is printed in St P., X., 18.
9 The 2d. according to the Art de Verifier.
10 This is the document printed in the State Papers.
11 Cancelled.
12 After this figure is written the number 960 and after the three former figures the number 480 in another hand.
13 All but one are dated at Westm. In this abstract the day of the mouth appears in parenthses before the reference to part and membrane of the Patent Roll of 36 Hen. VIII.
14 Words evidently omitted.