Henry VIII
August 1544, 26-31

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'Henry VIII: August 1544, 26-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 19 Part 2: August-December 1544 (1905), pp. 61-87. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80331 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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August 1544, 26-31

26 Aug.140. Otwell Johnson to his brother John Johnson.
R. O.London, 26 Aug. 1544:—Difficulty of raising the 80l. for Harrysone the bearer. Finally obtained it from Thomas Lodge, grocer. The capper in Lombart Street. Francis Samuel. Enclose a letter of another sale of your Cotswold wool at Calais made by H. Suthwyke. The mortality from the plague has greatly increased in Calais. Mr. Robyns, your lieutenant, and many of your friends have fled from thence, but death follows most of them. Geo. Holland and his wife are both dead and John Perche's wife is sick and he fled his house. My uncle Johnson's maid Parnell and our little kinswoman are dead, and that stays him from coming to Bartholomew Fair. Wool ships, iron, salt, &c.
Hol., pp. 2, very mutilated. Add.: of the staple at Calais, at Glapthorne.
26 Aug.141. Wharton to Shrewsbury.
Shrewsb. MS.,
A., p. 137.
Heralds'
College.
According to your appointment, my friend Mr. Bovell, one of the Masters of the Ordnance, this bearer, has surveyed all the ordnance and munition here, both in castle and town; and I trust you will remember our furnishing with men, ordnance and munition. A hundred "halfhagis" to continue in Carlisle at the Warden's command were very necessary for "marche warre." For the city of [Carl]isle, whereof it has pleased the King to make me captain, I have no allowance of soldiers or otherwise. Carlisle, 26 Aug.
For the King's works at Carlisle were felled, in the Bp.'s woods called the Rose Park, 100 timber trees, which the said Bp. has now sold. Being within 4 miles of Carlisle, those woods lie most convenient for the fortifications, "having no other timber trees within xx miles of Carlisle and small store thereof there." Signed.
P. 1. Add.: lie[uten]ant in the North.
26 Aug.142. Russell to Paget.
R. O.I daily wish that I might write "of the wynnyn[g] of this towne, and so farre forthwarde to the same as the Kinges Matie is for Bulloigne. I desiered you in [my la]st letters to have in yor remembrance [the] Kinges [embassadour in] Venice, that some letter [may] be sent fr[om the] Couns[eyle] unto hym of thocc[urrents] here, whiche shulde be a greate comforte unto the . . . . for the Frenche embassadour there maketh such bragges of the Frenche men of suche entreprises by theym ageinst th' Englisshemen as the same are taken emong theym to be trewe." I beg you to send "these my wife's letters" into England. Camp before Mounstrell, 26 Aug. Signed.
P.1. Slightly mutilated. Add. Sealed. Endd.: 1544.
26 Aug.143. Vaughan to the Council.
R. OWhere they lately signified that they had given order for the transportation of 10,000 or 12,000 fodder of lead to be sold here (which it will be hard to sell except at a loss of 10 or 12 per cent., and perhaps not all for ready money); if it is sent to make money before next Cold Mart to pay the sums credited here by way of finance, and not rather kept in England and the sale of other men's lead staid, the King shall bear a very great loss. Ten thousand "fowders of leade, which perchaunce may be solde for viij the wawe, wherof xiij makithe a fowder," if kept but one year, and other men's lead restrained, would sell for 12s. the "wawe" or 52s. more in every fowder. Consider therewith the charges of bringing it here, the custom here, and the cost of moving it, with the advantage to the King of its custom and sale in England, and you will see that it is better to take the money again by finance for a longer time. The King gives interest for the money until next Cold Mart, which is in mid-February, 10½ per cent., whereas the loss of 4s. in every 12s. is above 33 per cent. By selling the lead here would "follow two great losses, one in the interest of the money taken here by finance, and another in the sale of the lead to pay the said money with." To bruit abroad that the King had restrained the sale of lead in his subjects' hands would send all the world into England to buy lead from him and bring much money thither.
Bart. Companye is bound to credit us in September for 20,000 cr., for which, when money is so dear, they will ask above 16 per cent. Please let us know by bearer, whom I have purposely despatched, whether to take it or not. Andwerp, 26 Aug.
Hol., pp. 3. Add.: in the King's Majesty's camp besides Bullen, Endd.: 1544.
26 Aug.144. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.Sends another letter by bearer, which, although addressed to the Council, he desires Paget to read first to the King, who "looketh to have his servants write to the same, as reason is." Has paid much money here, for which he desires the Council's letter of discharge, viz.:—
By the Council's command to pay John Dymok 260l. for traces and 500 mks. st. for Nic. Taphoryn's haquebutiers, 300l. Fl. and 542l. 15s. 4d. Fl. respectively. To Mr. Fane 4,000 cr. for Landenberghes horsemen. To George Gylpyn 3,000 cr. to prest wagons and carriages.
Desires a letter signed by six of the Council for these payments; and to have bearer speedily returned with the King's answer to the letter herewith. Andwerp, 26 Aug., 9 a.m.
"This post hath promised me to be with you on Thursday early."
P.S.—Mr. Cofferer, being high treasurer of the Mint, is half displeased that he comes not to help in the Mint, and seems to wish another in his room. Might be spared hence if Mr. Chamberleyn came hither; and could do good service in England in the sale of the King's lead and other things. "My wife is sickly and it were not evil for me to be in England. I refer all to the King's Majesty's most gracious pleasure."
Hol., pp. 3. Add. Endd.: 1544.
26 Aug.145. The Cardinal of Bourbon to Mary of Gueldres.
Balcarres MS.
ii. 116.
Adv. Lib.
Edin.
Has been about 6 weeks at this Court, and has done his best to promote her business, knowing it was urgent. It is now going on well, as the bearer will show, who carries the despatch of the largest sum of money that she demands. As to our own it goes on well too. Eight days ago we were informed that the enemy had burned Joinville, but the contrary was ascertained two days since. The destruction of such a fine house would have been melancholy. Chermayne, 26 Aug. 1544. Signed: V're treshumble serviteur et oncle, Loys Caral de Bourbon.
Fr., p. 1. Add.: A la Royne d' Escosse.
27 Aug.146. Axmouth, Devon.
R OCertificate, made 27 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., that Thos. Hopar, reeve of the manor of Axmouth, has paid by command of John Basset, surveyor of the Queen's lands, for the charges of the court holden at Axmouth for survey of the said manor, the said day, 24s. 8d. Signed by Bassett.
P.1.
27 Aug.147. Mary of Hungary to Henry VIII.
R. O.Has received his letter about having 40 lasts of gunpowder for the furniture of his two camps; and much regrets that she is unable to satisfy him, because of the great quantity with which she has had to furnish the Emperor, for use against the places he has conquered, and in which he found very little. The Emperor still presses for more; but she has told Henry's ambassador that if any can be obtained from private merchants in Antwerp or elsewhere she will lend every assistance. Bruxelles, 27 Aug, 1544. Signed: Marie. Countersigned: Despleghem.
French, broadsheet, p.1. Add, Endd.
28 Aug.148. Shrewsbury and Others to the Queen and Council.
Add. MS.
32,655, f. 162.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 312.
Enclose letters of intelligence out of Scotland from the Wardens of the East and West Marches and the copy of a letter and device sent by Wharton to the Warden of the Middle Marches for the annoyance of the laird of Buckleugh.
Shrewsbury has not yet received all the certificates of the musters of the shires in his commission, but will certify the Queen as soon as he receives them. The delay is because the President of the Council in the Marches of Wales sent to certain of the shires to bring him their certificates. Shrewsbury begs instructions in that behalf. Darneton, 28 Aug., 1544. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
28 Aug.149. Mary of Hungary to De Courrieres and Chapuys.
R. O.Bernart Tenbanck, burgess and merchant of Antwerp, has shown her that he maintains daily at work, in Malines, Boisleduc and Tournay, a great number of poor and young people in making pins (esplinghes) which he used to sell in England, but now the King has forbidden the importation of any pins made abroad, upon a penalty of 2l. st. for every thousand. Desires them to speak to the King or his Council for licence to Tenbanck to send into England 200,000 doz. of pins of all sorts. Bruxelles, 28 Aug. 1544. Signed: Marie. Countersigned: Despleghem.
French, p. 1. Add. Endd.: "The Regent to the K's Mate, xxvij Augti, 1544, for pinnes."
28 Aug.150. Carne to Paget.
R. O.On the afternoon of the 26th inst. received Paget's of the 25th, with a letter from the King to the Queen here, by Francis the courier; and immediately delivered the letter to the Queen, who said it was for certain lasts of powder, wherein she would consult the officers who provide powder for the Emperor. Begged her to help, either for love or money, as the lack of powder now might be a great hindrance; and she answered that if it was to be had she would not fail. Could not get the answer until next evening, when Skyperus came to say that she found that all the powder ready outside the Emperor's camp was not a fourth part of what the King desires, and it is sent to the Emperor daily as fast as it can be made, and so she would write to the King; but she would send to And warp, Hampsterdamme and Dordricke to take up for the King as much as could be found at the Emperor's price. If Mr. Damesell were sent thither something might be had, but here "it goeth to th 'Emperor faster than it is made."
I never thought less of Stephen van Hassynberke "than your mastership advertiseth me"; nevertheless, after I wrote by Nicolas the courier, the said Stephen came, saying that he had tried out the matter and would ride to the King with the man with whom the Scots practise, who is a gentleman of reputation in Lubeke, "but he will in no wise he should be known there amongst the Almains." I advised Stephen to bring him to Calays and thence convey him privily to the King, and gave him a letter to the King; and he said "he would thither straight."
The President here has promised me that the Countie Barnarde de Sancto Bonifatio shall be despatched out of prison speedily. Bruxelles, 28 Aug. Signed.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd.: 1544.
28 Aug.151. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.Sends letters to the King from Venice. Begs word with speed whether to take the 20,000 cr. of Bartelmew Compaigne's credence, which ends on 13 Sept. next. Prays "God send you health and good luck at Bulleyn." Andwerp, 28 Aug. 1544.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.
29 Aug.152. Grain.
Add. MS.
5.753, f. 36.
B. M.
Indenture of receipt, 29 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., by John Stockbrydge, master of the crayer Elizabeth of Sandwiche, from Thos. Hungerforde of Sandwich, of 200 qr. malt, to be conveyed from Sandwich to London and delivered to John Rowseley, for the King's wars in France. Stockbrydge to bring back certificate of its delivery and have for freight 4d. a qr.
P. 1.
29 Aug.153. Smiths.
Add. MS.
5.753, f. 98.
B. M.
Wages of smiths, viz. Wm. Hunt for 50 days, 11 July to 29 Aug., at 12d. a day, six others named at 8d. and two at 6d. Total 15l.
P.1. Headed: "Smethis."
29 Aug.154. Shrewsbury and Others to the Queen and Council.
Add. MS.
5.753, f. 98.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 313.
Enclose letters from the Wardens of the East and West Marches, of exploits they have done in Scotland to the laird of Buckleugh and other the King's enemies, for which her thanks would encourage them. Darneton, 29 Aug. 1544. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
29 Aug.155. Henry VIII. to Christian III.
Wegener,
Aarsberetnin-
ger. iv. 266.
Understanding from the Emperor that he has comprehended Henry in his treaty with Christian and given him four months for acceptance of the said league, sends to him William Harvy who, with these letters, will show him his ratification of the same. Hopes he will approve it and send an answer by the same messenger. From the camp at Boulogne, 29 Aug. 1544.
Latin. See Grants in August, No. 31.
29 Aug.156. William Damesell to Paget.
R. O. This afternoon at 3 p.m., coming from Macline, where he has been for 150 barrels of gunpowder, received Paget's letter. Since coming hither, has so hasted the makers that all the 55 lasts of powder is here ready, waiting only for the 85 wagons to be sent from the master of the ordnance for its transport. Has just learnt that 40 of these wagons are come, which he will lade and despatch to-morrow if the weather is not too foul. Paget should see that the other 45 wagons are sent. The partner of Domnico Irisio says that he has sent the hacquebutes which he promised, to the camp, consigned to Mr. Ant. Dennye. Where the King desired 2,000 hacquebutes, there are not 200 to be gotten in all this town, "whereof part are with fire locks, and some of them shoot with matches, not having the fire locks, very slender gear not meet to be sent to his Majesty." Has 2,000 morispikes of good ash with well steeled irons ready to be sent with the gunpowder; and also 200 of the best sort gilt and trimmed with velvet will be ready in seven days. Andwerpe, 29 Aug., 5 p.m. 1544.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.
29 Aug.157. Charles V. and Francis I.
Dumont,
Recueil des
Traitez,
iv. ii., 287.
Charles V.'s commission to Don Fernande de Gonzague and the Chevalier Nicholas Perrenot to treat with the procureurs of Francis I. for peace with that King and alliance by marriage either of the Infanta of Spain or the second daughter of the King of the Romans. Camp at Victry, 29 Aug. 1544.
Fr.
29 Aug.158. Venice.
Venetian
Calendar,
v. No. 316.
Instructions (decreed 29 Aug. 1544) for Giacomo Zambon sent to replace Hieronymo Zuccato as Venetian secretary with the King of England.
31 Aug.159. Barthelmew Campagni to Paget.
R. O.As Paget knows, has furnished the King's agents with 20,000 cr., and expects to furnish the other 20,000 cr., although money is very scarce, with the help of John Carlo deli Affaetadi, one of the principal merchants of Andwarpe, out of whose hands most of the money already gathered was had. This John Carlo desires Paget's favour for a countryman named Octavian Boske, a Milanoys, lately sent hither prisoner out of England, who, after much torment, is proved guiltless (by the confession of his accuser, who is executed), and has the Queen's pardon. For particular business, Octavian desires the King's licence to repair again into England; and the writer, at the request of John Carlo (whose help in gathering the money is necessary), begs Paget to obtain it. Andwarpe, 31 Aug. 1544.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.
31 Aug.160. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.On the last of August received Paget's of the 29th by Francis, this bearer, and will accordingly receive Barth. Campayne's 20,000 cr., help Mr. Damoysell to despatch his things towards the camp, and bring the residue of the money to the King. Jasper Dowche says now that he will go to the camp, which would not be amiss, but the writer cannot swear that he will. "As far as I can perceive, they hear not gladly here the winning of Bulleyn, and that maketh me thirst and long so much the more after the winning thereof. Trust, therefore, the counsel of no Imperialls in the Camp." Andwerp, 31 Aug.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.: 1544.
31 Aug.161. Charles V. to Henry VIII.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
vii. 190.]
Writes certain things to the Queen of Hungary to be intimated to Henry by his ambassador resident, for whom he begs credence as if the said letters had been written to him. From the camp three short leagues from Chalons, 31 Aug. 1544.
Fr. Modern transcript of the original minute at Vienna, p. 1.
31 Aug.162. Wotton to Henry VIII.
R. O.
St. P., x. 45.
Leaving St. Digier on Monday, 25th inst., the Emperor arrived at Vitry on the Tuesday, tarried the Wednesday, making bridges of boats over the water, and on Thursday removed to a village two leagues nearer Chaalons. There Secretary Joisse came from Granvelle to tell Wotton that the Vice roy and Granvelle were, next day, to ride to St. Amand, a village half a league further, to meet Admiral Annebault, whom the Emperor would not suffer to come hither to the camp because of his great train of 150 horses. Joisse also said that the Bishop of Rome, hearing that there was communication of peace, intended to send two legates, Cardinal Moron and another, to the Emperor and the French king, and that the Emperor had written to his ambassador, John de Vegha, to find means that the Bishop should send none to him. On Friday, 29th inst., the Admiral came to the said village with the Fourth President and Secretary Bayard and a good number of gentlemen; and was met by the Viceroy and Granvelle. On the 20th (sic) Wotton was not sent for to be shown what was done, but, in the evening, received notice to come to Granvelle this morning. Granvelle then told him that the Emperor wrote the whole communication betwixt them and the Frenchmen to the Queen, who would inform Henry of it, but, briefly, it was as follows:—
As the Emperor would not hear of the marriage of his eldest daughter, the French king required the second daughter for Orleans, and that the Emperor should marry the French king's daughter. It was answered that the second daughter was bestowed by a cross marriage with Portugal, and that the Emperor when in France had not shown any favor for the French king's daughter and was not yet minded to marry; but there were other ways for peace than by marriages. The Admiral thereupon asked them to make an overture, and Granvelle answered that there were three things, the Turk, the Emperor's satisfaction and that of his friends, especially the King of England and duke of Savoy. As for the Turk, the Admiral said, the French king would renounce alliance and make war against him; as for the Emperor, the French king would agree reasonably; and as for England, let them first agree and they would do well enough with him, if he would be reasonable, or else leave him out. Granvelle replied that they could not agree with one without the other, and could not thus "dissever us" although the French had gone about to agree with England. "Pardieu," quod Annebault, "we have never offered nothing at all, although I have no charge to say so much to you; and what will you do with him? You shall never have but facherye (as he called it) with him; and you know what way he taketh." Granvelle says he answered shortly that the Admiral laboured in vain to try to dissever them. As for Savoy the Admiral said that the French king would recompense the Duke for it in France. Granvelle would not consent to this, nor to a proposal that he should go to the French king and Annebault to the Emperor to treat; but agreed to meet again tomorrow, when the Admiral should have further consulted with the French king.
This night we go to Chaalons, to the surprise of the Frenchmen, who thought that the army was gone to Saincte Menehoulte because Count Guillamme was sent thither, who is now returned. The Emperor is determined to go straight to Paris and not tarry at Chalons, trusting to be better victualled and draw the Frenchmen out of their fortresses. Granvelle says "that this matter is not yet ripe" nor the Frenchmen come to the point they will come to if the Emperor and Henry prosper; and still speaks earnestly as though the Emperor will do nothing without Henry's satisfaction. Written in haste at the dislodging of the army, upon a hedge, 31 Aug. 1544.
Hol., pp. 4. Add. Endd.
31 Aug.163. Edmond Harvel to Henry VIII.
R. O.
St. P., x. 48.
Wrote on the 10th inst. Piero Strocy has since arrived in Piemont with only 1,300 or 1,400 men. He asked payment for the 8,000 men mustered at Parma, but the Frenchmen would only allow him for the company conduced into Piemont; where the French have lately taken Alba, in Montferrata by consent of the Duke of Mantoa's captain there. About 27 July Barbarossa was at Corfu, returning towards Constantinople. He told the Venetians that he had taken about 5,000 Christians, but lost many men in Provence through sickness. The Turk is in Natolia, hunting. There is no talk of things of Hungary. The Bishop slacks the sending of the cardinals to the Emperor and the French king. He is furious at the retention of his four galleys in Naples by Janetin Doria (upon pretence of a claim of Andrea Doria for 20,000 cr.) and has arrested all the Genoese in Rome. Hopes shortly to hear of the expugnation of Bolaine and Montrewl, which are here known to be reduced to extremity. Venice, 81 Aug. 1544.
Hol, p. 1. Add. Endd.
[Aug.?]164. The Lordship of Berkeley.
R. O.See Vol. XIV. Part ii. No. 108, wrongly placed in the year 1539.
165. Queen Katherine Parr.
R. O.File of mandates to persons who owe money to the Queen to pay it to her treasurer Wymond Carew, or else appear before her Council at the Court. The first signed "Kateryn the Quene Regente" and sealed with her signet; the others signed by Sir Thomas Arundell, Robert Tyrwhyt and Walter Bucler. All are dated at Hampton Court. The persons addressed are:—
1. The heirs of the lord Sandes, farmer of the herbage of the great park of Stradfylde Mortymer, Berks. 25 July, 36 Hen. VIII.
2. The heirs of John Vernon, of Wendon Forest, Bucks. 25 July.
3. The farmer of Barkhampsted honor, Herts. 4 Aug.
4. Thos. Partridge, late collector of rents of King's Langley, Herts. 25 July.
5. Maurice Dennys, receiver of Balsoll, Warw. 6 Aug.
6. John Chalworth, farmer of Barkhampsted Mill, Herts. 25 July.
7. John Rowse, farmer, of Oldfyshbourne, Hants. 25 July.
8. The farmer of Dudlesfolde, Suss. 25 July.
9. John Snode, at Parysgardyn, Surr. 5 Aug.
10. Wm Stapleton, farmer of Drayton, Suss. 4 Aug.
11. Wm. Knight, late farmer of Drayton, Suss. 4 Aug.
12. John Throwgood, surety to John Smyth, late bailiff of Hychyn, Herts. 3 Aug.
13. Thos. Tyson, in Southwark, Surr. 5 Aug.
14. The bailiffs of the fee farm of Chechester, Suss. 5 Aug.
ii. The rest of the file contains fiats for the issue of privy seals of summons to appear in the Queen's Council chamber at Westminster; the first signed by Wymond Carew and the rest by Sir Thos. Arundel. The persons named are:—
15.––––(blank) Adams and-–––(blank) Hayman, late farmers of the fishery of Hadley Ree, Essex.
16. Ric. Walleweyn and four others. Laur. Woddell of Thenford, Ntht.
17. Wm. Holbroke and Wm. Leman, of Kenesham, Soms. Thos. Mascall.
18. Fras. Barnes and John Wysey of Fynchingfeld and Wm. Eayno ld of Little Saylyng.
Oliver Seint John.
19. Ric. Vyze and three others.
20. Laur. Foster of Botsam, Camb. John Halsamell of Stokenham, Devon.
21. John Kynsman of Wymelton. Thos. Stephinson and Ric. Dyxon alias Ipswyche.
The file endorsed: Termino S'c'i Michi's ao xxxvjto pro Regina.
166. Grants in August 1544.
1. John Persons, customer of Brigewater, Soma. Exemption from attending the King in war against the French king, having compounded with the commissioners in this behalf as one of the King's patentees. Del. Hampton Courte, 1 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, im. 44. In English
2. Exemptions from attending the King in the war, viz.:—
Nic. Mynne, auditor of the Chief Butler of England, of the Isle of Wight, the castle of Wyndesore, and the Staple of Callyes, of the treasurer of Callyes, the Great Wardrobe, the Hanaper and the Mint, and auditor, jointly with Ric. Dove, of recovered lands and lands purchased by King Henry VII., the possessions of Lenton and Colchester, Phegarrattes (Fitzgarret's) lands and divers other attained lands. Del. Hampton Court, 2 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 43.
Wm. Goodwyn, one of the customers of the port of Brystoll. Del. Hampton Court, 2 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 45.
The same Nicholas Mynne and Bichard Love, jointly. Del. Hampton Court, 2 Aug. 36 Henry VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 17, m. 4. In English.
3. William Todd, late of Hammes, one of the King's soldiers, alias Wm. Tod, of Stoke, Line, yeoman. General pardon of felonies, &c. Del. Hampton Courte, 2 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 8, m. 44.
4. Thomas Broke, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 192l., of the great messuage in tenure of Ric. Broke and Alice his wife in the parish of St. Michael at Quenhith, London (extending from Poddyng Lane on the west to the tenements of St. Mary Graces abbey on the east 18½ft., and from Tymberhithestreate to the Thames 278 ft., and along the Thames 63½ ft.), with the structures therein known as Marowlowes Key, Dockinges Key and Brokes Key.—St. John's of Jerusalem. Del. Hampton Court, 3 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 8, m. 45.
5. Sir Wm. Barantyne, Kenelm Throkmerton, and Hen. Avetson. Grant, in fee, for 670l. 13s. 8d., of the house, &c, of the late priory of nuns in Newcastle upon Tyne, with lands of 30 ac. in Isemond, Nthld., and the grange called Ouston in the parish of Chestre, in the bpric. of Durham, in tenure of Jas. Lawson, and all possessions of the priory in his tenure in Newcastle upon Tyne,—Newcastle nunnery; the manor of Warpesgrove, Oxon,—St. John's of Jerusalem; the manor of Hatfelde, Heref., the meadow called Hymbare beside Hatfelde and tithes in tenure of George Throkmerton in Hatfelde,—Great Malverne priory, Wore.; lands in tenure of John Welshe of Shellisley beside Soulston, Wore, lying in Soulston within the parish of Clyfton, Wore. —Evesham; the fishery in Stanward about Soulston, and lands called "Monkes Landes of Evesham" in John Welshe's tenure in Salwell within Clyfton parish; numerous lands (named) in tenure of John Grene and his family (named) in Offorde, Warw., viz , about Milnehill. le Roundehill, Offorde marsh and Gedur, near the Alcetur road and the Syllybourne water —Wynchelcombe, Glouc.; lands called Lordesfelde and Revelande late in tenure of Ric. Edwardes and afterwards of Edw. Willoughby in the parishes of Preston Bagott and Wotton, Warw., and a mesuage called le Beare in Stratford e upon Aven, Warw., parcel of the lands called Warwikeslandes and Spencerslandes. Del. Hampton Court, 4 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Eobt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Wriothesley. Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 8, m. 22.
6. Exemptions from attending the King in the war, viz.:—
John Pollard, under-steward of the Duchy of Lancaster on this side Trent. Del. Hampton Court, 4 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre . Pat. p. 8. M. 37.
Wm. Crokey, customer of the port of Kyngeston upon Hull. Del. Hampton Court, 4 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (sinned by Westminster and Petre. Pat. p. 8, m. 42.
Sir Wm. Knowlles. holder of an annuity of 20l. Del. Hampton Court, 4 Aug. 36 Hen. VI.II.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 42.
7. Hen. Webbe. Grant in fee, for 81l., of the site of the late mon. of Hallywell near London, Midd., and certain buildings and gardens therein (boundaries given). Del. Hampton Court, 5 Aug 36 Henry VIII.—S B. signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Duke, and Chydley). Pat. p. 8, m. 41.
8. Sir Hugh Pollard. Annuity of 4 mks. from lands in Culmeleigh, Culmeleigh Weke, Bikleighee Combe. Bery, Brymesmede, Lapford, Padyngton and Borington, Devon, which belonged to Ric. Bury, dec, and are in the King's hands by the minority of John s. and h of the said Ric.; with wardship and marriage of the heir. Del. Hampton Court, 5 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by St. John). Pat. p. 8, m. 42.
9. George Rolle of Stevynston, Devon, and George Haydon. of Oterey St. Mary's, Devon. Grant, in fee to the said Rolle, for 681l. 6s. 4d., of the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Morebathe, Devon,—Barliche priory. Soms; the lordship and manor of Norton. Cornw., with its appurtenances in Norton, Lawnsoo and Saynt Mary Wike.Cornw.—Newham, Devon; lands in tenure of James Dawe in Shapwike, Dors.—Shenepriory; two messuages, &c, called Meadelande and Highlande in tenure of Ric. Dobell, another called Blakemore in tenure of Wm. Hyll, and a mill in tenure of John Quycke in Highley, Devon, lands called Chillefen in Ilfercomb parish, Devon, in tenure of Ric. Guye, a messuage in Aysheford alias Esshetysforde, Devon, in tenure of John Somer, messuages in Tyttishill or Titeshell, in Pilton parish, Devon, in tenure of John Mershe, Emma Dyar and John Eogers, messuages called Lye and Pages Park under Westcote Mill in Merwoode, Devon, in tenure of Geoff. Paty and Ellen Mayne, respectively, a messuage called Mylbroke in Northmolton parish, Devon, in tenure of John Toker, and rent, &c, from Barth. Staveley's land called Praunceley in Northmolton, a messuage called Lyllegh in Goodleigh parish, Devon, in tenure of John Braye, and lands called Gradthorne in Okeford parish, Devon, in tenure of Hen. Howe,—Pilton. Del. Hampton Court, 6 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Duke, and Chydley). Pat. p. 3, m. 13.
10. Thos. Catlyn, bailiff of the town of Leicester. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Westm., 6 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 19, m. 23.
11. Exemptions from attending the King in the war, viz.:—
Robert Burgon, auditor of Augmentations in cos. Ntht., Warw., Leic, Rutl., Heref., Salop, Wore, and Staff., and auditor of the treasurer of the same Court. Del. Westm.. 7 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 5, m. 4.
John Conysby. general receiver of the Duchy of Lancaster. Del. Westm., 7 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat.p 19,m.23.
Thomas Burgon, one of the auditors of the Duchy of Lancaster. Del. Westm., 7 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII —S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 12. m. 24. In English.
12. John Byll. Custody of the lands in Brughe and Bratoft, Line, in the King's hands by the minority of Joan Waterton, kinswoman and heiress of Ric. Waterton, dec.; with wardship and marriage of the said Joan. Westm., 8 Aug. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII., p. 5, m. 33.
13. John Sewster, attorney of the Court of Wards. Custody of a chief messuage called Kentes with appurtenances in Parva Shobery and Sowthchurche Essex, the jointure of Joan formerly wife of Edw. Baker, dee, and in the King's hands by the minority of James Baker, s. and h. of the said Edward; with wardship and marriage of the heir and the value and forfeiture of the said marriage. Del. Westm., 8 Aug. 36 Henry VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by St. John). Pat p. 5, m. 37.
14. Exemptions from attending the King in the war, viz.:—
George Wall, receiver in South Wales. Del. Westm., 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8,m. 37.
Thomas Hall, receiver of parcel of the possessions of the attainted monasteries of Berlynges, Kyrkested. Brydlyngton, and Gervaux in co. Lincoln (sic), and of possessions of the late lords Hussey and Darcye, Sir Fras. Bygott, Sir John Bulmer, Sir Robt. Constable, Thos. Moyne and George Hudeswell. Del. Westm., 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIIL—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster, and Petre). Pat.p. 8, m. 40.
Ric. Jenour, clerk of the Court of General Surveyors. Del. Westm..8Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster. And Petre,). Pat. p. 8, m. 40.
Robt. Ormeston, clerk of the Common House of Parliament, and weigher of wool in the port of London. Del. Westm., 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre,). Pat. p. 8, m. 49.
William Clarke, Serjeant at arms Del. Westm., 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster andPetre). Pat. p. 18, m. 10.
William Cavendysshe, auditor of Augmentations in cos. Oxon, Berks, Bucks, Kent, Beds, Surr., and Suss., auditor of possessions of St. Albans mon., and having of the King's gift lands to the yearly value of 51. Del. Hampton Court, 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.––––S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 18, m. 36.
Sir Leonard Reckwythe, particular receiver of suppressed and surrendered lands in Yorkshire. Del. Hampton Court, 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 18, m. 36.
Edm. Lomner, surveyor of the custom house of London. Del. Hampton Court, 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 18, m. 36.
Ralph Assheley, having of the King's gift the manor of Northey, Glouc. Del. Westm., 8 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 22, m. 23. In English.
15. Ric. Woodwarde, clerk of the castle of Wyndesor, Berks. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Westm., 10 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). In English.
16. Thomas Bacon and George Bacon. Grant, for 599l. 8d., viz.:—
To Thomas Bacon and Anne his wife of the manor of Nether Hall alias Pakenham in the parishes of Pakenham, Thorston alias Thurston, Barton, Bayton. Norton, Rowgham, and Tostocke. Suff., the advowson of the vicarage of Thorston alias Thurston and a wood called Clavers Wood (17ac.) in Thorston, which belonged to Bury St. Edmunds mon. To hold to the said Thomas and Anne in survivorship with remainder to George Bacon their son and Margaret his wife and the heirs of their bodies, and contingent remainders to the heirs of the body of the said George, the heirs of the body of the said Margaret and the right heirs of the said George.
To George Bacon, in fee. of the messuage, &c, in Rowgham, Suff., in tenure of Thos. Nonne, which belonged to Bury St. Edmunds mon., and all lands in Rowgham, Hegesaett, Bacton, and Tostocke, Suff.. which belonged to the priory of nuns of Thetford, Norf., in tenure of Edm. Tyllott, except the wood called Nonwoode (3 ac.) in Rowgham and Hegessett. Del. Hampton Court, 12 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, North. Bacon, and Duke. Pat. p. 9, m. 24.
17. Thomas Broke, merchant tailor, of London. Grant, in fee, for 320l. 10s. 2d., of rents and lands (specified and many places and tenants named) in Kinges Norton alias Norton Howndesfeld, Wore, (including the site, &c.,of Howndesfeld manor, leased to Thos. Vytter and the manor or grange of Kinges Sucche in tenure of Humph. Feld), and in Barton, Ragley within the parish (sic, of Barton, and Bydford, Warw., and the manor or grange called Norton Graunge in King's Norton, Wore, beside le Weste Hethe, in tenure of Baldwin Lyndon, all which belonged to Bordesley mon.; lands specified in tenure of Thos. Staples and James Crewes in Bagington, Warw., and a pension of 20s. out of Bagington rectory with the advowson of the said rectory, which belonged to Kenellworth mon. Del. 12 Aug. 36 Hen VIII (place omitted).— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle. Chydley, and Staunford). Pat. p. 16, m. 17.
18. John Southcott, clerk of the peace and crown in co. Devon. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Hampton Court, 13 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Hertford, Westminster and Petre). Pat p. 3, m. 16. In English.
19. Thomas Leonard or Lennard, of Ware, Herts. Lease, for 13l. 6s. 8d., of two com mills in Ware; for 40 years from the expiration of a 21 years' lease (recited) of them, 23 Nov. 10 Hen. VIII., by Margaret Countess of Salisbury, to Thos. Cockes. Del. Hampton Courte, 14 Aug 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 8, m. 10. In English.
20. Exemptions from attending the King in the war, viz.: —
Roger Amyce, receiver of Glastenburye and Redyng. Del. Hampton Court, 14 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 38. In English.
David Cleyton, general surveyor of woods in the Court of Augmentations. Del. Westm., 14 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, to. 49.
21. William Rigges and Leonard Browne. Grant, in fee to the said Wm., for l,127l. 19s. 7d., paid by him, of the lordship and manor of Stfaglethorp, Line., and the meadow called Wydnes in Cathorpe, Line., leased with it to John Slatter, and all possessions of Notley mon. in Stragelthorp, Cathorpe, Sutton, and Bekyngham,—Notley. Bucks.; rents and lands (many tenants named) in Ledenham, Line., —Hevenynges priory; two pieces of waste land lately built [upon] called Amberleyns in Northechurche in le Holymote of Barkehamstede, Herts, and lands there in tenure of-––––(blank) Ryppyng,—(no previous owner named); four messuages. &c, in Westhroppe and Southover in Tollepuddell parish,Dors., in tenure of Sir Thos. Trencharde and Edith his wife. Hen. Martyn and John Martyn, —Abbottisburye: lands in tenure of Hugh Barker and 5 others in Ledenham, Line. —preceptory of Temple Brewer and St. John's of Jerusalem; the manor of Folliat alias Folyathall, Essex, and a wood called Folyates Woode (. . ac.) in Onger.Essex, which the King purchased from the dean and chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral, London; a grange in Stragelthorpe,Line, which belonged to Semperingham priory, in tenure of John Snaynton, with appurtenances in Stragilthorp, Fulbeke, Cathrope. Braylond. and Ledenham, Line. and all possessions of that priory in Stragilthorpe, Fulbeke, Cathrope, Ledenham, and Braylonde, Line,—Semperingham; a messuage and grange in Wellyngore, Line in tenure of Wm. and John Tomson.—Harerholme; rent and service from Thos. Kyrton's lands in Fulbeke. Line., —Thurgarton priory, Notts; lands in Wellingore, which belonged to St. Katharine's priory beside Lincoln, in tenure of Thos. Marton; a messuage, &c., in Stylton parish, Hunts, in tenure of Joan Smythe,—Bushemede priory. Beds.; a cottage, watermill, &c., in Menythorp, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Hancoke,— preceptory of Holy Trinity of Beverley and St. John's of Jerusalem; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Graysthurroke, Essex, in tenure of Wm. Hanley,—St. John's of Jerusalem; a tenement called Maynebowe in Highweke parish, Devon, in tenure of John Leyker, and tenements in Buckelonde in le More. Devon, in tenure of Alice Berd, and in Wydecombe, Devon, in tenure of Wm. Trend,—Torre; the manor of Burdeleston alias Burdston, the advowson of the rectory of Burleston, lands in Burdeleston, Litell Pudell alias Thorpe, and a meadow called Wbyte Meade within the parish of Woodesforde. and a wood (9 ac.) in Throppe aforesaid, Dors., in tenure of Thos. Morton,—Milton alias Myddelton. Del. Hampton Court, 14 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 16, m. 20.
22. John Stoner, bailiff of Cholsey, Blewbury. and Henrede, Berks, and of Cheping Onger, and Harlowe, Essex, and having of the King's gift lands in tail in co. Oxon. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Hampton Court, 17 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 12. In English.
23. John Cleyton alias Clutton, Grant, in fee, for 182l. 15s., of the site, &c, of the late mon. of Athelney, in tenure of Sir John Tutchett lord Audeley, with its demesne lands (named) in the parish of Ling Seint Mighelles Borough and elsewhere (in parochia de Ling Seint Mighelles Borough et alibi . Soms. Del. Hampton Court, 17 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon, and Chydley). Pat p. 9, m. 41.
24. Exemptions from attending the King in the war:—
Robert Hennage, auditor of the Duchy, master of woods of the Surveyors' Court and one of the customers of the little custom of London. Del. Westm., 18 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 5, m. 4.
Thomas Barbour alias Gymlott, customer of the great subsidy of London of wool, fell and leather. Del. Hampton Court, 18 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 12. In English.
25. John Cokke. Grant, in fee, for 298l. 18s. 7d., of the house, &c, of the late priory of Byggyng, Herts, a messuage, &c., called Barkers Dalles Place, formerly in tenure of Ric Copcott and now of Ric. Snedall in Brankecroftestrete in Hechyn, Herts, between the messuages of Wm. Pigott and Lucy Wynter, 19 messuages and gardens (tenants named) in Hechyn, —Byggyng priory; land called Poplers in tenure of John Shymakin Tewyng, Herts, and land formerly in tenure of Wm. Ley and now of Ric. Mylner in Perwyche, Derb.,—Gracedewe mon., Line; a messuage called le Bulhedde, etc., in tenure of Alex. Johnson, in Dertforde, Kent, and a forge, &c. in tenure of Thomas Yarde, farrier, there,—Dertforde mon.; a messuage, &c. once in tenure of Martin Holdesworth and now of Chr. Ryley, with a slaughterhouse adjoining, late in tenure of Robt. Dawlyng, butcher, a messuage called le Corner House, in tenure of Martin Holdesworth, between Charterhouse Lane on the North and St. John's Street on the West, a piece of void ground and circuit called "le Bakrome" in Holdesworth's tenure, a new messuage in tenure of Ric. Watson in St. John's Street without the bars of Westsmythfelde, and a void ground and "le bakrome" (dimensions given) adjoining the said Corner House, all which lie in St. John's Street in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate and belonged to the mon. of St. Bartholomew) beside Westsmythfelde in the suburbs of London. Del. Hampton Court, 18 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre. Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle. Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 9, m. 20.
26. Sir Philip Champernon and Arthur Champernon. Grant, in fee, for 255l. 11s. 6d., of the manor of Martynstow alias Marystow, Devon, in tenure of Thos. Whytehed, woods called Scorne Clyff Copp (16 ac.). Okeridge Copp (6 ac.) Westwod (6 ac.) Hylles Woode (3 ac.), Byckeharu Grove (5 ac), Thynwood Copp (2 ac., Martyns Wood (4 ac., and Okeridge Wood (11 ac), within the said manor, in the parishes of Tamerton Buckland Abbots and Martynstow, Devon, all which belonged to Plympton priory; except advowsons, and the timber in Esthales Park Wood (21 ac). Del. Hampton Court. 19 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Chydley. and Sewester). Pat. p. 4, m. 17.
27. David Vyncent, a page of the wardrobe of Beds. Grant, in fee, of the manor of Pillesiate, with appurtenances in Pillesiate, Barnake Baddyngton. Walcote, Sotherope and the parish of St. Martin beside the bridge of Staunford, Ntht., which, by pat. 28 Feb. 33 Hen. VIII.. was granted to him and his wife Elizabeth in survivorship; also grant of the chapel of Pillesiate; which premises belonged to Peterborough mon. Del. Hampton Court, 20 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (countersigned by North). Pat. p. 8,m. 16.
28. Robert Brokylsbye, of Glentworth, Linc., and John Dyon, of Lincoln. Grant, in fee, for 938l. 6s. 0½d., of a messuage, &c, in tenure of Edm. Lee, in Thorney, Notts,—Brodholme priory; a messuage, &c, in tenure of Ric. Lee, in Rraughton, Linc.,—Goykiwell priory; lands named in tenure of Thos. and Robt. Clayton in Waddyngham, Line, (except lands in tenure of Ric. Waterton in Waddyngham on which a windmill is built), —Thorneholme priory; rent and service from land formerly of Steph. Fraunces and now of Ric. Belor in Coxewold, Line.,—Willoughton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage, &c, in tenure of Walt. Dykensonin Bracebrygge, Line, and lands called Templecrosselande, late in tenure of Thos. and Robt. Garnett and now of John Browne, in Braunston,—preceptory of the Eagle and St. John's of Jerusalem; rents and services from lands of Ric. Yonge and 5 others (named) in Boulby, Linc., and lands in tenure of John Drewrye in Boulby and of Richard Newcome in Hawthorpe,—Semperyngham priory; lands in tenure of John Dryver and 5 others (named) in Messingham, of Hugh Sadler in Reysbye, of Wm. Freman in Est Butterwyke, and of Ric. Waterton in Wadyngham,—Thorneholme priory; the manor of Thorganby, Line, and lands there, formerly in tenure of Nic. Panton, rector of Thorganbye, and now of Robt. Maxson, rector there,—Wello; lands in tenure of Wm. Walysbye in Humberston, Line.,— Humberston; lands late in tenure of Sir John Craa and now of Sir Thos. Knyght in Northynglebye, Line.,—Brodeholme priory; a toft in tenure of Mary Wymbyshe in Engylbye, Line.,—Catteley priory; a messuage, &c, in tenure of Thos. and Eliz. Otbye in Belysbye, Line., —Irford priory; two watermills, &c., in tenure of a certain goldsmith (cujusdam fabri aurarii) in Est Rasen, Line, lands in tenure of Gregory Graye in Cadbye, a, moiety of Cadbye rectory, and the advowson of Cadbye vicarage,—Syxhill priory; the grange, &c. in tenure of John Fenbye in Northkelsey. Line.,—Nonne Ormesby; the manor of Rothewell, Line., and a meadow in Nettelton, Line., in tenure of John Welpsdale,—Whitbye, Yorks.; lands (specified) in Wynterton, Line, in tenure of Robt. Wright, clk., vicar there, and two others (named), — Roche, Yorks.; lands in tenure of Robt. Mason and two others (named) in Wynterton, and of Wm. Sympson in Reysbve, the rectory of Appulbye, Line., the advowson of the vicarage, and a pension of 13s. 4d. from the vicar,—Thorneholme priory; lands in tenure of Wm. Mydford and Humph. Bowcher in Wynterton,—Goikwellpriory; Boughton grange in tenure of Wm. Clerkson in Boughton, Notts,—Blythe.
The advowsons of Haveryngham rectory in the deanery of Couplande, Cunib., and of Wyrkyngton rectory in the archdeaconry of Richmond.
Messuages in the parish of St. Mary Abchurche and St. Laurence Pountney, London (mostly in Candelwike street; in tenure of Ric. Dakers, John Mynors, and John Swanne,—Charterhouse near London; four messuages in tenure of Chr. Smythe in the parish of St. Mary at Naxe, and two in tenure of Ric. Cutler in the parish of St. Martin in le Vyntre,—St. Helen's priory, London; nine cottages in tenure of Thos. Trentham in the parish of St. Giles without Creplegate, London,—Holy well mon. near London: two messuages in tenure of Thos. Pawley in Thamystrete in the parish of St. Michael in Croked Lane,—St. Mary Graces mon.; an inn called le Flowre de Luce in tenure of Chr. Chybborne in the parish of St. Andrew in Holbourne, London,—Burneham mon., Bucks.; a messuage in tenure of John and Joan Thorne in Southill within Peracombe parish, Devon, and a tenement in tenure of Joan Panter in Peracombe,—Pylton priory.
Also grant, in fee, for 26l., of the reversion of the manor of South Carleton alias Carleton Panell, Line., in tenure of John Mounson, which belonged to Barlynges mon., and rent of 6s. 8d. out of lands of Lincoln cathedral and rent of 8s., parcel of a rent of 380l. due upon a grant, 19 May 30 Hen. VIII., of the said manor inter alia, to Charles duke of Suffolk and the heirs of his body. Del. Westm., 20 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII —S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre. North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 16, m. 9.
29. Philip Lentall, auditor of attainted lands in cos. York, Line , and Lane. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Westm.. 20 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 18, m. 10.
30. Wm. Heywood, late of Shurbourne Seynt John, Hants, yeoman. General pardon of robberies, burglaries and felonies. Del. Westm.. 20 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Sir Anthony Sentleger;. Pat. p. 18, m. 11.
31. Denmark. Acceptance of an article (recited, to the effect that England is comprehended and Denmark is not to help the Scots, &c.) in the treaty made 23 May 1544, by the Emperor Charles, the King's confederate, with Christiern elect king of Denmark. Boulogne, 20 Aug. 1544. 36 Hen. VIII.— P.S. (No note of delivery.) (fn. 1) French roll, 36 Hen. VIII., m. 1. Rymer, XV. 49.
32. Thomas Tymperley. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Wm. Tymperley, dec. Del. Westm., 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde, and Sewester). Pat. p. 2, m. 25.
33. Robt. Kaylwaye. Custody of lands in Whittockemede in Wellowe parish and Credlingoot in Donkerton parish, Soms., which belonged to Wm. Whittockesmede, dec, and are in the King's hands by the minority of Eliz.and Mary, daughters and coheirs of the said Wm.; with wardship and marriage of the said Eliz. and Mary. Del. Westm., 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. countersigned by St. John). Pat. p 2, m. 27.
34. Eobert Harrys of London. Grant, in fee, for 207l. 14s. 8d., of five messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes without the bars of the New Temple, in tenure of Wm. Hallom and formerly of Robt. Bullok and four others (named), a messuage in tenure of Barth. Cave in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletstreat (between those of John Leicetour, cutler, on the west and John Clarke on the east and the highway on the south), and three messuages in Holborne. in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Midd., in tenure of John Felowes, John Mayne, and John and Kath. Kyng (between Holborne on the north, the garden of Lincoln's Inn and field of Ric. Sutton on the south and Turnegayt Lane on the west,—St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage in the parish of St. Ethelburg, London, in tenure of Ric. and Alice Berde,—St. Helen's priory, messuages in the parish of St. Benet in Gracious Stfete, in tenure of John Sturgion. in the parish of St. Margaret in Lothbury, in tenure of Roger Taylour, and in the parish of St. Leonard in Foster Lane, formerly inhabited by Wm. York, and now in tenure of John Piers, clk., Robt. Baxter and Ric. Collard, churchwardens of St. Vedast's, and of Wm. Lothe, goldsmith, and three others (named),—Clerkenwell; a messuage in Nortonfelgate in the parish of St.Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, in tenure of Thos. Elyotte and Joan his wife and formerly of Ric. Straker,—Hallywell; messuages called le Covent Rentes in Estsmythfeld in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate in tenure of Jas. Quycke, —St. Mary Graces; a messuage in the parish of St. Anne within the precinct of the late Black Friars in tenure of Agnes and Hen. Foxe alias Fowlkes. Del. Westm.. 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 9, m. 19.
35. Thomas Hyll, of Kingston,Soms. Grant, in fee. for 106l. 18s. 4d., of the manor of Fons Georgii within the parish of Wylton, Soms., and four tenements (tenants named) in Tobridge within Kyngston parish, Soms.,—Taunton priory; and atenement in Petybagborowe within the parish of BysshoppesLydyard.Soms., in tenure of Thos. Seyman in right of Honda, his wife,—Clyve. Del. Westm., 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre. Bakere, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Chydley. and Duke Pat. p. 9, m. 22.
36. Ric. Fulmerston, of Thetford, Norf. Grant, in fee, of the chantry at the altar of St. Mary within the church of St. Andrew in Brundishe or Broundishe Suff., with the chantry house and all appurtenances in Brundishe, Denyngton, Tattyngton and Wilby, Suff., as surrendered by John Piersone, last chanter. Del. Westm., 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (countersigned by North and Bacon). Pat. p. 9, m. 38.
37. Sir John Baldwyn, chief justice of Common Pleas. Grant, in fee, for 623l. 18s. 5½d., of the manor of Elesborowe, Bucks., and woods called Highwood (26 ac), Ellysborowgh Wood (27 ac), le Olde Coppies (67 ac), Wranchefeld Grove (1 ac). New Coppies (13 ac), Ac, in Elysbowrowe, Bucks., which belonged to Sir Henry Poole, attainted. Del. Westm., 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S B. (signed by Canterbury. Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, John Caryll, and Bacon). Pat. p. 9, m. 40.
38. Sir Ralph Warren. Sir Martin Bowes, Roland Hill. John Sadler, John Tolouse. and William Locke. Grant, in fee, for 1,733l. 6s. 8d., of the hospital of Newporte, Essex, and all its lands in Newporte, Shortgrove. [Wyddington, Magna Wendon, Archedon, Bumsted Helyan, Elmedon Wymbyshe, and Wykeham, Essex,] in tenure of Ric. Fermor and in [Hempstead, Essex,] in tenure of Robt. Mordaunt, and all possessions of the said hospital in [Newporte, Shortegrove, Wyddyngton, Magna W]enden, Archedon, Bumpsted Helyan, Elmedon, Wymbyshe, and Wykeham with certain exceptions. Also lands called Burgonnes londes in the parishes, etc., of [Shordych, Hakeney. and Stebunheth], a wharf and meadows within the parish of Longe Dytton, Surr., in tenure of Robt. Hateley, the great and small tenements with 40 ac. of land, &c, in [Hackeney and Shordiche] in tenure of John Welshe, [2ac. 1 ro. of land in the common field called Westfeld] in Hakeney belonging to the said Burgonnes Landes [in tenure of Ric] Henryyong and lands in Hackeney in tenure of John Lyndsey, and all lands in Hakeney and Stebunheth, Midd., and in Longe Dytton, Surr., reputed parcel of the said Burgonnes Landes; all which belonged to the hospital of St. Mary without Bishops-gate. Also the manor of Foxston [, Camb.], which belonged to Chatteras priory [with its demesne lands in tenure of John Fuller]. Also the [manor of Estlache,] Oxon (sic), in tenure of George Theheiron and a wood called Estlache copye (5 ac.) pertaining to the said manor of Estlache, which belonged to Brewerne priory.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm., 21 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much mutilated and injured (fn. 2) , signed by Westminster and others, whose signatures are lost).
39. Sir Richard Williams alias Cromwell, the King's servant. To be steward of the manor of Stanford Rivers, Essex, with fees from Michaelmas last. Del. Westm., 22 Aug , 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Daunoe, and Moyle). Pat. p. 3, m. 16.
40. John Broxolme, of London. Grant, in fee, for 1.122l. 15s. 6d., of the rectories of Myddelrasen Parva and Swynstede, Line., with the advowsons of the vicarages,—Draxe, Yorks.; rents and services from cottages of Wm. Goodbarne and Thos. Watson in Newton, Yorks , a messuage, &c, in tenure of Chr. Bankehowse and lands in tenure of Edw. Canon in Newton,—.Malton alias Old Malton; a, messuage, &c., in tenure of Jas. Aseleby in Newton beside Wyntryngham, Yorks., and all possessions of Kyrkeham mon. there,—Kyrkeham; lands in tenure of Nic. Sanderson in Cokwold alias Cokeswolde alias Cokwawde, Line,—Bollyngton priory: a toft, &c., inSt. Swithin's parish in Lincoln in tenure of Hen. Sapcotes,— St. Katharine'8 priory beside Lincoln; the house and site of the late White Friars in Lincoln, the chamber of Thos. Welles and all buildings, gardens, &c, within and without the said site in tenure of Hen. Sapcotes, which belonged to the said White Friars; two messuages, &c, (one in Thornebridge) within the parish of St. Swithin in Lincoln,—Berdeney; messuages in tenure of Thos. Freer in Tevilby, Line, and of Thos. Hassande in Bynbroke, Line,—Sixhillpriory; a messuage, &c., in Lincoln, in tenure of Robt. Smythe,—Croxton priory, Leic. . the rectories of Crofte, Thorpe, Swarby and Methryngham, with the advowsons of the vicarages, 40 ac. of land in Croft, Thorpe and Irbye, late in tenure of Alice Welbye and five others (named), and all appurtenances of these rectories in Crofte, Thorpe, Irby, Swareby, Calverthorpe and Methryngham, Line., two tofts in Kyme, Line, in tenure of Thos. Coke alias Thorneton and John Bryce, and the land on which stands a windmill in Thorpe Tylney, Line,—Kyme priory; rent and service from lands of John Pape in Cokewold alias Cokeswolde alias Cokeswawde, Line., messuages, &c., in tenure of Wm. Urre, John Odlyne and John Tysan there, and the advowson of Cokeswolde church, —Nonne Cotton priory; a, messuage, &c, in Cokwolde alias Cokeswolde, late in tenure of Guy Kayme,—Humberston; land in Castelbytam, Line, in tenure of Thos. Wymberley,—Temple Bruer preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; messuages, &c (specified), in Tevylby alias Tealby, Line, in tenure of Robert Beverley, John Clerk, Alex. Baldok, Wm. Butler and John Trewe, and in Bynbroke in tenure of Charles Goodhand, and in Walesby, Otteby and Rysby, Line., in tenure of Mary Wymbysshe, and in Normanby beside Claxby in tenure of Alan Moreley,—Willoughton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; lands in Braunston. co. City of Lincoln, in tenure of Robert Brygeston and John Wilson,— preceptory of the Eagle and St. John's of Jerusalem; rent and service from lands of John Drynge in Placenewton alias Newton beside Wyntryngham, Yorks., and lands there in tenure of John Drynge and Edw. Boynton,—preceptory of Holy Trinity of Beverley and St. John's of Jerusalem; the messuage called Skybb Adam and lands (named) in tenure of Ric. Aphowell and many others (named) in Burgaveny, Monm.,—Burgaveny priory; the messuages and lands called le Wardes in tenure of Alice Wythepole and Leonards in tenure of John Toggell in Mylbourne, Wilts, parcel of Mylbourne manor,—Malmesbury; the rectory of Olde Bylande, Yorks., with the house of the said rectory, called le Hall, and meadow called Gyll Gartheson the north of it towards the highway,—Bella Landa alias Bylande; the house and site of the late Black Friars of Kyngeston upon Hull, a garden (dimensions given) in tenure of Robt. Kemsey on the south side of it, and all possessions of the said Black Friars; the manor of Norton, co. City of Gloucester, rents in Norton, the chapel of St. John there, late in tenure of Edm. Smythe, John Butte, Edm. Butte and Edm. Robyns, the site and chief messuage of Norton manor with the demesne lands in tenure of Edm. Robyns and the water mill, &c, in Norton in tenure of Robt. and Joan Moreton or Morton,—St. Oswald's, Gloucester; and the moor called Nonne More, Nthld., in tenure of the mayor and commonalty of Newcastle (lying between the field called Castelmore on the east and south, the field of Fenham on the west, and the field of Knyton on the north),—St. Bartholomew's in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Also grant, in fee, for 66l. 13s. 4d., of the chief messuage, &c, in tenure of John Tourney in Snelland, Line, and the advowson of the parish church of Snellande.—Barlynges; and a, water mill in tenure of Hamo Sutton in Braunston, co. city of Lincoln, parcel of Braunston manor,—lord Hussey attainted. Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Hendle, and Duke). Pat. p. 4, m. 43.
41. Richard Andre wes of Hayles. Glouc., and George Lysle. Grant, in fee to the said Richard, for 849l. 5s. 11d., of the manor of Beryngton, Worc., and woods called Heyswoode alias Beryton Haye (60 ac). Olde Woode alias Beryngton Hethe and Stanley (15 ac.) and Young Wood 20 ac. in Beryngton,—Brecknock priory in South Wales; a messuage called Nonne Upton in Nonne Upton in the parish of Bromehyll alias Bremehill, Heref.. and the lands leased with it to Thos. Ambler and his family (named),—Lymebrokepriory; two gardens (specified) in tenure of Thos. Wyndell in Malmesbury, Wilts,—Braddenstock; Tetbury grange in Tetbury, Glouc, leased to John Roughborough, and tithes thereon,—Kyngeswood; two pieces of void ground (dimensions and situation described) in the parish of St. Mary de Westporte, Malmesbury.—Malmesbury; messuages, &c, in tenure of Ric. Davys and Hugh Wyke in Lybotewoode, Salop, and a watermill called Longmore Myll or Longnore Myll in Longnore and Libotwood, in tenure of John Warton, lands called Myttall Wood in tenure of Thos. Corbett in Lybotewoode, the chapel of Lybotwoode in tenure of Roger Lytle alias Luter. clk., and messuages. &c., there in tenure of the said Roger and of John Freman.—Haughmond; the manor of Southmeade in Westbury parish, Glouc., and wood called Magdalene Wood (9 ac. there, with common upon Trydlandowne and other appurtenances of that manor,priory of St. Mary Magdalen in Bristol; the watermill called Morynsmyll in the parish of St. Mary de Brodeyates, in co. city of Gloucester, beside Brokestrete there, and lands in tenure of Thos. Pyncote and others (named) in that parish,—St. Peter's; messuages, &c, (situation described and tenants named) in the city of Gloucester,—Tewkesbury; the house and site and all possessions of the late Friars Preachers of Denbigh in North Wales; two messuages, &c, in tenure of John Yelys and his family (named) and Alice Smythe in Duntesbourne and Dockeham, Glouc.,—priory of Lanthonye beside Gloucester; and all possessions of Lanthonye in Duntesborne; the advowson of the rectory of Duntesbourne alias Duntesbourne Militis, Glouc.; two messuages, &c, in tenure of Ric. Turbyll and Marg. Whyte in Stokeblys. Heref., and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Welfarlowe, Heref.,—Acornbury e priory; a messuage, &c, in tenure of John and Alice Geffreys in Oldbury Strete. Tewkysbury,—Tewkysbury; a messuage called Rythegare and tower called Tower Melys. formerly in tenure of Jevan ap Hulkyn Duy and now of Thos. Bolde, in Kellynyok, co. Anglesea, —Conwey; a pension of 13s. 4d. out of Shenyngton rectory and the advowson of the rectory of Shenyngton alias Shenyngdon, Glouc,—Tewkysbury; messuages, &c. (described) in the borough of Wynchelcombe, Glouc, in tenure of John Ambrose, Wm. Edwardes and Robt. Brigges,—Wynchelcombe; and a messuage in tenure of Joan Thorpe, widow, in St. Dunstan's parish, Fletestrete. London (between that in tenure of John Armyn on the east and that called le Fawcon in tenure of John Fyssher on the west, the highway on the north and the garden of the Inner Temple on the south),—St. John's of Jerusalem.
Also grant, for 180l. 6s. 8d., of the manor of Roke and Snede, Worc., and the lands called Parkelaunde and Oldeparke there, parcel of the lands called Warwykeslandes and Spencerslandes; and the advowson of the rectory of Aka alias Roke, Worc. Del Westm.. 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. much injured signed by Canterbury and others whose signatures are lost. Pat. p. 14, m. 14.
42. George Chaldecote, of Querleston. Dors. Grant. in fee. for 194l. 10s., of the manor of Bylley in the parish of Tysbery, Wilts, in tenure of Wm. Pacyence,— Dartforde, Kent; three messuages, &c., called Swallande alias Salland in the isle of Purbek in the parish of Corffe. Dors., in tenure of Robt. Gyllott and Wm. and Thos., his sons—Shaftesbury; the manor of Coughton alias Coketon and Walford, Heref., and the lands in Coughton called Gonnesthing, in tenure of Walt. and Alice Fermer and their son Thomas, a messuage, &c., called Jamynes in Walford in tenure of Morgan Fawkener, lands in Coughton in tenure of Thos. Underwood, a chief messuage called Chaundelers Place. &c., in Coughton, in tenure of Thos and Rose Cyberanse and a water mill in Coughton and Walford leased with it—Wormesley; with all appurtenances except the lands of Wormesley, in Coughton and Walford, in tenure of John Hall, Giles Cowpe, John Carpinter. John Harris and Matilda Mon; and the messuage in Wydmershestrete in the parish of All Saints in Hereford in tenure of Ric. Warnecombe.— Lanthony priory in the Marches of Wales. Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Westminster, Petre. Bakere, North Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon, and Chydley). Pat. p. 17, m. 5.
43. Thos. Blanke, Thos. Huntlowe, Steph. Cobbe, Wm. Hobson, John Sympson, Ric. Crymes, Ant. Merler, Thos. Marbery Wm. Garrard. Wm. Taillour, Hen. Becher, Thos. Wylkes, Nic. Spakman, Barth, Averell, Ric. Aleyn, Ric. Bukland, David Woodroff. John Ushe, and Wm. Bower of London. Grant, in fee, for 1.393l. 6s. 8d., of the lordship and manor of Cullynges, Herts, a wood called [Cullinges Grove], lands in tenure of Adam Tanner and John Samond in Ramney and Chesthunt, Herts, and of George Jakson in Chesthunt,—Waltham Holy Cross, Essex; the manor of Caldecote, Essex,—Stratford Langthorne; two fields &c. [late] in tenure of Wm. Hudson and now of Ric. Hoddeson and lands formerly in tenure of Robt. Benet and now of Hen. Whare in Porte Poole, within the parish of St. Pancras, Midd.,—St. Bartholomew's priory in Westsmythfeld; the lordship and manors of Grymesbury, and of Kyrtlyngton and Takeley, Oxon,— Burcester; the lordship and manor of Shyllyngforde and the lordship and manor of Shyllyngforde and Warborowe, Oxon, [—Godstowe]; the lordship and manor of Warborowe. Oxon,— Dorchester; [the manor of Carsington and lands in tenure of John Nelmes] in Carsington, Oxon, lands formerly in tenure of John Townesende, John Daye and Wm. Appulforde, and afterwards in that of the said John Grenewaye in Carsington, and lands there in tenure of John Orpode, John Tyver and John Water and rent [and service] from John Elmes's lands there,—Godstowe.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year.
Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (much injured, (fn. 3) signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North and others whose signatures are lost).
44. Sir John Aleyn, Sir John Champnez and Ralph Aleyn, alderman of London. Grant, in fee, for l,100l., of the manor of Baldoke, Herts, and lands (specified) in the parishes of Hendon and Fyncheley, Midd., leased to Hen. Barker, —St. John's of Jerusalem; a chief messuage, brewhouse, &c., in Wapping, Midd., in tenure of Robt. Wyott, a brewhouse there in tenure of John Kydman and a wharf there in tenure of Wm. Farnes,— College of Acon; messuages. &c. (specified by name and otherwise) in Wryteshame parish, Kent, in tenure of Thos. Pyper, John Bedenden. Steph. Ashemonde, Wm. Lambyn, George Rympynden and —— (blank) Bluett, which the King purchased of Sir Thos. Wyat, dec.; the rectory of North Lee, Oxon, with the advowson of the vicarage —Hayles, Glouc.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. No note of delivery. S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Bacon, and Duke).
45. Ric. Turk, John Couper, Hamo Amcottes, Humph. Knyght, John Gardenar, Thos. Taylour, Thos. Malby (Melby in Pat.), John Swyngffeld, Robt. Harry, Robt. Barker. James Staveley, John Charley, John Chaunterell John Byrd, Thos. a Woode and Thos. Lee. Grant, in fee, for 853l. 6s. 8d. of the manors of Barneby upon Donne and Bramwyth. Sandebeck and Hutton Slade, Yorks., which belonged to Roche mon., and the manor of Hikylton, Yorks, which belonged to Monkebretton mon., with appurtenances in these places and in Carre, Hutton Levyett and Hutton Robert and in Cadby, Hunchelf, Wolley and Notton, Yorks. ; the rectory of Hykylton, which belonged to Monkebretton, and the advowson of the vicarage.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Hendle, and Chydley). Pat. p. 14, m. 1.
46. Morgan Wolff, Thos. Calton, Nic. Alwyn, Rog. Horton, Robt. Spendeley, John Hall, Robt. Ashurste, Robt. Hartoppe, Walter Lambert, Nic. Bull, Ralph Lathom, John Langeley. Thos. Curtes, Thos Clayton and Robt. Trappes, of London. Grant, in fee, for l,083l. 6s. 8d., of the manors of Bolton super Derne and Mekisburgh. and the rectory of Bolton upon Derne, Yorks., which belonged to Monkebretton mon., the manor of Arnolde, Yorks., which belonged to Meux mon., and all other possessions of Meux in Arnolde. Ro[wto]n, Horneseyburton and Benyngholme, Yorks. A messuage &c, in Eston. Yorks., in tenure of Chr More, which belonged to the late mon. of [Gisburne] Except advowson of the vicarage of Bolton upon Derne, which belonged to [Monke] Bretton.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Note of delivery illegible. S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Staunford, and Chydley).
47. Wm. Laxton, Hen. Hublethorne and Thomas Whyte aldermen of London. Grant, in fee for 900l., of the lordship and manor of Sheperethe, Camb. the watermill in Sheperethe, in tenure of John Cressewell, the rectory of Sheperethe in tenure of Ric. and Edw. Hyngrythe, and the advowson of the vicarage of Sheperethe, which belonged to Chateras priory; a messuage in Snave, Kent, with appurtenances in Snave and Ivechurche, in tenure of Peter Drayner, which belonged to Thomas Crumwell, earl of Essex.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm.. 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S b. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Sewester, and Duke).
48. Sir Richard Gressham, Sir John Gressham and William Gresham mercer, of London. Grant in fee, for 1,703l. 6s. 8d, of the manor of Cody cote, Herts, a messuage, &c., called le Swanne in tenure of Edw. Dardes and [a croft?] called Danescrofte (2 ac.) in tenure of John Penne, a parcel of land in tenure of John Michell, rents of 2½d. from lands of . . . . . . . . and 4d. from lands of Hen. Wrenne in Codicote, all which belonged to St. Albans mon.
Also the manor of Frerne, Essex, which belonged to [the New Hospital of St. Mary without Bishop]sgate, London; marshes called Bishoppes Mershe and Hersing Mershe in [the parish of Cliffe] in tenure of Nic. Orwell, which lately belonged to the Abp. of Canterbury; and woods called Radling Grove (6 ac.) and Monkeswood (.. ac.) in Codicote, which belonged to St. Albans.
This grant to be void if the purchase money be repaid within one year. Del. Westm.. [22 Aug.] 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (much injured, (fn. 4) signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre North Hendle, and Bacon?.
49. Ph. Gunter, Ric. Stanffeld, Hen. Fyssher, Geo. Crouch, Thos. Percy. Geo. Forman Barnard Jenyns. Wm. Hynton, Hen. Herdson, Thos. Laughton, Robt. Newton, Ric. Townsend, John Thrusshe, and John Garrard, of London. Grant. in fee, for 566l. 13s. 4d. of the manor of Barkeby, Leic., the rectory of Barkeby with its appurtenances in Barkeby. Thorp Barkby, and Hamulton, and the advowson of the vicarage of Barkeby; all which belonged to the mon. de Pratis, Leicestr'.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. No note of delivery.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Westminster, Petre, North, Hendle, and Chydley). Pat.p. 25, in. 46 (commencement only).
50. Paul Wythipoll, Steph. Kyrton, Thos. Offeley, John Scutte, Ric. Bukelonde, Robt. Wylforde, Robt. Melysshe, Nic. Wylforde, Ric. Holte, John Canon, John Miller, Ralph Davenell, Hen. Polstede, Thos. Broke, Hen. Suckeley Ric. Wadyngton, Nic. Cossyn or Cosyn, Ralph Foxeley, John Jakes, Wm. Wilforde jun., Robt. Herdys, John Jenkyns, Hen. Cooke, Robt. Dawbeney, Wm. Wolbar, Wm. Herper, John Ferthynge, John Malte, Hen. Brayne, John Fulwoode, Thos. Roo, Ric. Maye and Ric. Buttell, of London, merchant tailors. Grant, in fee, for 3,803l. 6s. 8d. of the fee farm of 22l. out of the manor of Heyley in Woodforde parish, Wilts, which the King purchased of Sir Thomas Pope, which manor [John Cope] leased. 20 Oct. 25 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Grene at that fee; the manor of Netherholme, in the parish of Clifton upon Temyde, Wore, in tenure of [William Geffreys,] also purchased of Sir Thos. Pope; rent of 20l. out of the manor of Coterige alias Cowterige [, Worc.,] and a moiety of the manor of Richeford, Heref, due upon a lease by Sir Thos. Vaux lord Harrowdon [12 Dec] 26 [Hen. VIII.] to Sir Robt. Acton, also purchased of Sir Thos. Pope; the manor of Resyngton Parva, Glouc., which the King had of Thomas duke of Norfolk; the manor of Castelton in Castelton parish, Oxon, in tenure of Thos. Skey. which belonged to Launde raon., Leic.; the manor of Fulbroke, Oxon. and a cottage and messuage called Ballettes Ferme and pasture for 500 sheep in Fulbroke in tenure of Dame Mary Ingleffelde. which the King had of Sir George Broke, lord Cobham; the manor of Oxenhale, Glouc, and moiety of the park of Oxenhale, in tenure of Thos. Whityngton, which the King had of the earl of Northumberland. Also the reversion of the manors of Oclegraunson and Wydforde, Glouc., now held upon the following crown leases, viz. (a) to Guy Hoke, of the site of the manor of Oclegraunson, Glouc., with lands specified, for 21 years from Mich. 28 Hen. VIII.. as appears by the record dated 28 July 28 Hen. VIII., which manor the King had of the said earl of Northumberland, and (b) to George Cotton, of the manor of Wydforde, Glouc., for 21 years from Mich. 32 Hen. VIII., as appears by the record dated [24] Nov. 32 Hen. VIII., which manor was purchased from Thos. duke of Norfolk.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much injured, (fn. 5) signed by Canterbury and others whose signatures are lost.
51. Sir Michael Dormer, Andrew Judde, Thomas Lewen, Hen. Amcottes, John Wilford and George Barnes, aldermen of London. Grant, in fee, for l,300l.. of the [manor of Barkesden], Herts, lands (extent given) called Wakleyleys, Bardonfelde, Holley, [Buckmeade,] Bardon, Lowsey Croft and Neweles, a wood called Rowstoke (7 ac.). a close called Aswell in tenure of Wm. Snowe, land called Carters Deane and le Horse Pasture in tenure of Wm. Wattes, all in Barkesden, Herts, which the King purchased of Sir Thomas Semer; the manor of Langnoke, Herts, the rectory of Weston, Herts, and the advowson of Weston vicarage, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem; woods called Langnoke Wood (26 ac.) in the parish of—— (blank) which belonged to St. John's, and Rockstock Wood (7 ac.), Brownes Wood (7 ac), and Stampes Grove (1 ac.) in Barkesden, which belonged to Semer.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Bel Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII— S.B. (injured, (fn. 5) signed by Canterbury Westminster, Petre, North, Hendle, and Bacon).
52. Augustine Hynde, Wm. Hewett, Chr. Ohybborne, John Crymez, John Machell, John Hawse, Edw. Altham, Ric. Faux. John Rogers, Humph. Lucye. and John Davye, clothworkers, and Hen. Goodyere, Robt. Fermour, Nic. Beyton, and Edw. Taylour. leathersellers, of London. Grant, in fee, for 1,013l. 6s. 8d., of the manor of Gyldon Sutton. Chesh.. rent of 5s. from lands of —— (blank) Maynwayryng in Gyldon Sutton, and other lands there, viz. messuages, etc.. in tenure of Jas. Walton, Wm. Walton, Ric. Wodcock John Weston, Thos. Wodcock, Hugh Walton and Joan Hyll, widow; a messuage, etc., called le Wallehouse with orchards and lands (specified) called le Wallefyldes a pasture called Sandfurlong and 20 selions of land in the common field of Gyldon Sutton adjoining the said messuage, in tenure of Thos. Marten, a pasture called Duncecroftes (?) lately in tenure of [Ralph Brierton and now leased to] John Smythwyck and Jas. Walton, and the moiety of a messuage called le Aul of Sutton, with orchard, &c., adjoining; all which belonged to Norton mon. Also an annual rent of 20s. from the lord of the manor of Newbolde in Astebury parish, lands called le Abbotz Buttz, etc., in Gostre [ Chesh.], in tenure of Hen. Hobson, lands lately in tenure of Wm. Warde, Hen. Dien and Eliz. his wife and Wm. Dyen, within the fee of Alderleigh. Chesh., leased by Dyeulacres abbey to Edw. Fytton. by indenture dated 10 Sept. 1537 for 60 years; a [burgage with a croft] adjoining in Knottesforde, Chesh., in tenure of Ric. Atrobus; tithes of grain in Gostr' within the parish of Sandebage, Chesh., in tenure of Robt. Netham; lands in Sandebage, worth 24s. 6d. yearly, leased to tenants at will, all tithes within the parish of Sandebage belonging to Sandebage church, leased 10 July 1538. to John Burghton for 39 years, other lands in Sandebage, worth 11s. 6d. yearly, leased to tenants at will; and a tithe barn at Hulme aforesaid (sic) in tenure of the said (sic) Wm. Brereton; all which belonged to Dyeulacres abbey. Also the manor of Betley, Staff., which belonged to Sir John Tuchet lord Awdeley.
This grant to be void if the purchase money be repaid within a year. Del. Westm.. 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (torn and injured, (fn. 5) signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, and others whose signatures are lost).
53. Sir William Forman, Sir Wm. Roche, Sir John Cootes and William Ferneley. Grant, in fee, for 900l., of the manor of Tullesworthe, in tenure of [Richard] (fn. 5) Aynescombe which belonged to Marton priory. Surr.; the manor of Paddyngton. with appurtenances in Abyngworthe and Shyre, Surr., which belonged to John Leygh; the manor of Westlonde, with appurtenances in the parishes of Wootton, Abyngworthe, Ockeley, Euhurst, Craneley, Womersey. And Albury. Surr.; certain rents in these places and from lands in tenure of Ralph Stone; and all appurtenances of the aforesaid manors in Abyngworthe, Shyre, Wutton, Ockeley, Euhurst, Craneley, Womerse and Albury which belonged to Marton priory or to John Leygh; lands called le Shryne in Postelinge parish. Kent, in tenure of Ralph Hasylherste, which the King purchased of Sir Thos. Poynynges; the mansion and farm called le Spittell in Mordon parish, Surr., in tenure of John Clerke, which belonged to Marton priory; and the wood called Okeley Copp (4 ac.) pertaining to the said manor of Tullesworth.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. S.B. (injured, and note of delivery lost, signed by Canterbury. Westminster, Petre, North Bradshawe, and Chydley).
54. Wm. Buteler, Wm. Mery, Ambrose Wolley, Thos. Lodge, John Dawes, Thos. Onslowe, Steph. Bekkingham, Wm. Rest, James Apott, John Lane, Wm. Toker. John Coore, Hen. Barnes, John Lyon, Edw. Moreton Thos. Bowyere, Wm. Rawlyns, Wm. Mathew, Wm. Bodnam, Philip Yorke, Thos. Asche, John Preest, Thos. Constable, Wm. Lane, sen., John White, Michael Fox, Hen. Mills, Ant. Tuthyll, Sir Wm. Denham, Robt. Downes Nic. Barker, and John Richemond. Grant, in fee for 2.136l. 13s. 4d. of the grange of Brantcliff alias Branclff Graunge, Yorks. in tenure of Wm. Peter, [Doctor] in Decrees (? 'in decret . . . . .), and the manor of Roxeby, Linc., which belonged to Roche mon. Yorks., and all possessions of Roche in Lincoln. and in Roxeby, Wynterton, Wintringham and Flixburgh, Linc; the manor of Wynterton Linc., which belonged to Malton mon., Yorks., and all possessions of Malton in Wynterton. Fulstowe, Marshechaple, Boston and Helpingham, Line, and the rectory of Wynterton, in tenure of Ric. Gerynge. which also belonged to Malton; the manor of Elton, Notts, which belonged to Blithe mon.; the rectory of Ewreby, Linc., in tenure of Edw. lord Clinton. which belonged to Kyme priory; and the advowsons of the vicarages of Wynterton, which belonged to Malton, and Ewreby. which belonged to Kyme.
Except pasture called Roxeby Holmes within the manor of Roxeby, abutting upon the water of Ankolme, in tenure of Sir Wm. Tirwhitt, Thos. Portington and Nic. Girlington.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year Del., Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Canterbury, Petre, North, and others whose signatures are lost).
55. Ric. Dobbes, Ric. Jervys and Ric. Reade, aldermen of London. Grant, in fee, for 733l. 6s. 8d., of the manor of Walkeryngham alias ma[nor of] Walkeryngham. Walkere, Misterton, Stokwith and Gunthorppe, Notts., in tenure of Robt. Thornell, which belonged to Newsted mon., Notts.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B, (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre. North, Staunford, and Chydley).
56. John Clerke, Ric. Tull. John Kydemyster or Kydermyster, John Lowen, Thos. Blower, Wm. Brothers, John Calthroppe, Wm. Bery, Wm. Burngill, John Lambert, John Askewe, Wm. Chester. Edm. Askue, Thomas Bartelett, and Wm. Ibgrave, clothiers, of London. Grant, in fee, for 1,073l. 6s 8d., of the manor of Aspesden, Herts, with fields and lands there (named, and tenants named), as Sir Thomas lord Audeley dec., held them.
This grant to be void if the aforesaid purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm.. 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII — S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Westminster, Petre, North, Bradshawe and Sewester).
57. Robt. Chartsey, Chr. Aleyn, Wm. Browne, Humph. Pakyngton. Thos. Lee, Roger Starkye, Rol. Shakerley, Barth. Barnes. John Maynard. Vincent Randall, John Browne, John Hare Geo. Elyott, Wm. Lambart. Robt. Meredyth, Robt. Long. Wm. Robyns, John Garwaye, John Blundell and Thos. Burnell, of London. Grant, in fee, for 1,753l. 6s. 8d., of the manors of Sutton, Thrustropp and Beysby, Linc.,—Hagnaby abbey; the manors of Abbes Hall and Caldecotes in Abbes Rothyng, Essex, and woods called Abbes Woode (17 ac.), Abbes Grove (2 ac.) and Tumffeld Grove (2 ac.) in Abbes Hail.—Barkyng; Howton grange in Howton, Linc., and the rectories of Hermyston and Newton beside Trent,— St. Katharine's priory beside Lincoln; with the advowsons of the vicarages.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm., 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.–S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Hendle, and Chydley). Pat. p. 18, m. 28.
58. Laur. Whythers, Thomas Dichefelde, Thos. Kyrrey, Robt. Pecok, John Cokkes, Thos. Bacon and Humph. Byche, salters, Thos. Acon, plumber, Thos. Nicholson, cordwainer, Wm. Ettys, girdler, Ric. Pykeryng, brewer, John Pope, beer-brewer, and Robt. Wright poulter. Grant, in fee, for 566l. 13s. 4d. of the lordship and manor, rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Hokyngton, Camb..— Crowland.
This grant to be void if the purchase money is repaid within a year. Del. Westm.. 22 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Hendle, and Bacon). Pat. p. 1, m. 46.
59. Sir Roger Cholmeley, recorder of London, and Christiana his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Sir Roger, for 665l. 13s. 2d., of tenements, &c, called Yowe Cotte in tenure of Robt. Selco and Robt. Raysyn, Bekkemarresse, in tenure of Wm. Adams, Cowhouse, in tenure of Roger Jakson. and Newhowse, in tenure of Robt. Hereson and Roger Evers, all in Pykerynge parish, Yorks.; the manor in the Marresse aforesaid called Lund, with appurtenauces in the parish of Kirkby Overkarre in le Marresse aforesaid, Yorks, in tenure of Ralph Bawde; and the grange called Bellifaxe in Kyrkby Overkarre (now leased to Edw. Blyton for 21 years by indenture dated 4 March 31 Hen. VIII.); all which premises belonged to Ryevalles mon. Also the advowson of the rectory of the parish church of St. James in Northcray, Kent, lately pertaining to the manor and lordship of Northcray, which belonged to Thomas Cromwell, earl of Essex, attainted, and was granted to Cholmeley by pat. 2 July 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm.. 23 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bradshawe, and Chydley). Pat. p. 3, m. 26.
60. Humph. Pakington, of London, mercer. Grant, in fee, for 644l 16x. 8d.. of the manor of Dutton alias Dytton, Salop; rents and services from lands in Midleton alias Midelton. Salop, in tenure of Ralph Poyner. John Smyth and Thos. Crowther and from the lands of Dytton parish church; lands (specified) in tenure of John Cattestrey and ten others (named) in Midleton, of Ric. Hyntes and John Smyth in Doryngton, and of Thos. Geffreys and 16 others (named) in Dutton; a water mill in Dutton. with appurtenances in Dutton and Pokesmore in tenure of John Mylles; a pension of 10s. out of the chapel of Midleton payable by the vicar of Dutton; pasture in Hudwyke. Salop, in tenure of John Markes; a wood called Nethe Wood (80 ac.) in Dutton (between the wood called Litwood and Medule in tenure of Nic. and John Reynoldes on the east the town of Weston on the west, Brokeshed, in tenure of Ric. Hyntes, on the south, and the town of Hopton on the north); and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Dutton; all which premises belonged to Wenlocke priory.
Except the messuage, &c, in Sydnall, in tenure of John Aleyn, vicar of Dutton. Del. Westm, 23 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 4, m. 38.
61. John Bellowe, Robt. Gowche and Robt. Lawrence, clk. Grant, in fee, for 560l. 10s. 6d.. of the manor of Befford, Yorks., and two messuages, &c, in Befford in tenure of John Athewe and Wm. Watkynson and a pension of 13s. 4d. out of the rectory of Befford,— preceptor; of Holy Trinity of Beverley and St. John's of Jerusalem; rents and services from lands of Thos. Holme in Cawkewell, Line, and lands (specified) in Cawkewell in tenure of Robt. Dyghton, Ric. Rysse. Thos. Holme, Sir Wm. Skip with, and Edw. Alesbie.—Willoughton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage, &c, in Howton, Linc, in tenure of John Tharralde, vicar of Howton, and Robt. Tharrolde,—Welloo; the rectory of Moungarth in Lymber Magna alias the rectory of Magna Lymber and Parva Lymber, Linc.,—Coventry Charterhouse, Warw.; a, toft, &c. in Grymesbye, Line, in tenure of Wm. Sheperd,—Alvyngham; rent and service from Ric. Embryngham's lands in Grymesbye and lands there in tenure of Alan Southebye,—Irford. Del. Westm., 23 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster. Petre. Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North. Moyle, Hendle, and Staunford). Pat. p. 9, in. 16.
62. John Atkyns. Grant, in fee for 146l. 10s., of the rectory of Coddenham, Suff., and the manor of Vesseys, Suff., the advowson of the vicarage of Coddenham, and a wood called Priors Grove 2 ac.) in Codenham and Vesseys, —Royston priory, Herts. Del. Westm, 23 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Hertford, Westminster, Petre. Bakere, North, Staunford, and Bacon). Pat. p. 21, m. 1.
63. Exemptions from attending the King in the war, viz.:—
Wm. Turner, auditor (jointly with Matth. Coltehurste) of Augmentations in cos. Cornw., Devon, Soms. and Dors. Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 2, m. 29.
John Eyre, receiver of suppressed and surrendered lands in cos. Norf. and Suff. Lel. Hampton Court, 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 20 (undated).
Robt. Eyre, customer of the port of Yermouth, Suff. Del. Hampton Court, 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 20 (undated).
Sir Hugh Trevanyon, constable of Launceston, in co. Cornwal , and "keper of the feodary in the same countie." Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre . Pat. p. 17, m 3.
In English.
64. Henry Norres, the King's servant, and Margery his wife. Grant, in tail male to the said Henry, for his services, of the rectory of Compton, Berks, the advowson of the vicarage of Compton and a portion of tithes in Fowleston, Berks, —Wherewell, Hants; the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Hansted Norres, Berks., with all appurtenances of that rectory in tenure of Wm. Mathewe,— Goring priory, Oxon; the manor, the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Beneham, Berks, with a pension of 12d. out of that vicarage, the manor of Henrede, Berks, and a meadow called Hardyngton Meade in Henrede, in tenure of John Sharp,—Redyng; laods called Hawkerigge in Bokylbery, Berks, which belonged to Henry Courtney marquis of Exeter as parcel of the manor of Sutton Cortney; a wood of 37 ac. in Beneham to the east of Beneham manor and woods there called Cowhill Grove (2½ ac), Shrubbwoode (2½ ac.) and Highgrove (9 ac),—Redyng.
Also grant, in fee to the said Henry of the manor of Gosey, Berks, and a portion of tithes in Gosey in tenure of Thos. Spycer,—Abendon. Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by North, Hendle, and Bacon). Pat. p. 4, m. 25.
65. John Doylye and Sir John Williams, treasurer of Augmentations. Grant, in fee, for 746l 5s. 10d. (paid by Doylye, of tithes in Challey within the parish of Comnore, Berks, in tenure of Wm. Badcock, and all lands of Abendon mon. in Challey, lands (named) parcel of the demense lands of Connor (sic) in tenure of Thos. Attwoode in Comnore parish, and in tenure of Robert Rynge and eight others (named) in Strode in Comnore parish; lands called Lonyde and House, in Comnore, in tenure of Thos. Cockes, and 136 ac. called Comnor Woode (boundaries given) in the parishes of Comnor and Wytham; and a pasture called Oxlesse in tenure of Thos. Hyde in Comnor,—Abendon.
Also grant, for 132l. 15s. 10d., of the manor of Ufton, Berks,—Redyng. Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat.p. 5, m. 2.
66. Wm. Pynnocke, of Malverne Magna, Worc., the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 140l. 16s. 6d., of the house and site of the late priory of Greater Malverne, Worc, with gardens, mills, &c. (specified), therein and fields and pastures (named) there, as leased to Ric. Berdes, which belonged to that priory. Also lands specified in Upton. Worc, in tenure of John White of Grovehall, Ric. Carpenter, and John Law ton, and in Hanley, Worc, in tenure of Thos. Byston, which belonged to the priory of Lesser Malverne. Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. signed by Canterbury, Hertford. Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Whorwod and Sewester). Pat. p. 17, m. 15.
67. Robert Miller of Wymbottesham, Norf., and Ellen his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Robert, for 249l. 5s., of the manor of Wymbottesbam, the advowson of the rectory of Downham, Norf., and the market of Downham, which belonged to Ramsey mon.. Hunts. Except the marsh called Bardolf Fenne in Wymbottesham.
Also grant, in fee to the said Robert Myller of all messuages in the borough of Lynne, Norf, which belonged to Wardon mon., Beds, in tenure of Margery Campy on, widow. Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North. Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 19, m. 10.
68. Wm. Wever. of London, mercer. Grant, in fee, for 200l, of twenty-nine messuages (tenants named) in the parish of St. Gabriel in Fanchurchestrete, London, which belonged to St. Helen's nunnery and are leased to Thomas Williamson. Del. Westm., 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Bacon, and Chydley.. Pat. p. 21, m. 8.
69. Thomas Bell, of Gloucester. Grant, in fee, for 146l. 3s 4d., of land formerly in tenure of Ric. Clerk and now of John Fawkoner (between the pasture cal.ed Drakescrofte on the south, and land called Litell Feld on the north) land called le Hyll Oxe Leas and Oxe Lesue (between pastures of Edw. Fynche and Ric. Clarke), in tenure of John Fawkoner and Maurice Vaughan in the same parish, and a pasture called le Hylle in tenure of John Fawkoner. all which are in the parish of St. Mary de Lode. co. city of Gloucester, being parcel of the demesne lands of the manor of Barton Abbots there, —St. Peter's, Gloucester; a messuage in tenure of John Smythe and his family, in Staunton beside Corse, Glouc, and all lands leased with it in cos. Glouc. and Wore,—Lanthonye priory beside Gloucester; pasture in tenure of Robt. Wellys at Lee in the parish of Lee, Glouc., —White Friars of Gloucester; and a wood called Priors alias Prior's Coppes (2½ ac.) within Norton manor, Glouc,—St. Oswald's priory, Gloucester. Del. Westm., 27 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII,—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North. Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 6, m. 38 (mutilated).
70. Sir Ralph Sadleyr, master of the Great Wardrobe. Grant in fee, for 450l. 4s. 9d., of lands which were granted to him in tail male by pat. 14 Dec 32 Hen. VIII., viz., the manor and borough of Staundon alias Stondon, the manors of Plasshes and Popeshyll, the park of Staundon. and the lands called Plasshes and Popeshall in Staundon and Buklande, Herts, which belonged to Queen Jane and also the manor, rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Staundon alias Stondon, Herts, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, with appurtenances in Staundon and Buntyngford, Herts.
Also grant, in fee. for 83l. 12s. 6½d., of the advowson of the parish church of Suldern, Oxon which belonged to Eynesham mon.; and the house, &c., of the late White Friars in Coventry (except the church and churchyard;, and messuages, &c, in Coventry in the several tenures of Ric. Brokley and 49 others (named). Del. Westm., 27 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster. Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 14, m. 6.
71. Henry Cooke, of London, merchant tailor. Grant, in fee, for 201l. 10d., of a house called le Tyle Kyll. &c, in tenure of Miles Dylkocke in Bexley, Kent, and the lands leased with it, on the south side of the highway from Bawdewynnes to Bexley, a grove of wood (½ ac.) beside le Tyle Kyll, lands formerly in the occupation of Wm. Englysshe and now of Edw. Johnson in Northcraye, Kent, a wood called Joydonns alias Joydons Woode alias Joydons Coppice (140 ac.) and all the lands and woods known by that name in the parishes of Dertford, Wylmyngton, Bexley. Crey. Creyford, and Sutton. Kent; all which premises belonged _ to Dartford priory. Del. Westm., 27 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Sir Robt. Southwell. Moyle, Duke, and Chydley). Pat. p. 18, m. 9.
72. John Howe. Grant, in fee, for 508l. 12s. 4d., of three messuages, &c, in tenure of Wm. Shelton (former tenants Thos. Parker, Wm. Vyncent, and Thos. Wyndsore, serjeant at arms) and one in tenure of Alan Hawte within the close of St. Helen, in St. Helen's parish, London, and a messuage, &c., formerly in tenure of Barth. Odye and now of Hen. Bowsfeld in the parish of St. Faith in Pater Noster Row, London,—St. Helen's priory; messuages, &c, in tenure of Thos. Hardgrave and Joan Stapeler, in the parish of St. John Zacaryes, London,—Wardon mon., Beds; five messuages, in the street called Snourehill, and four cottages in Secollane. in tenure of Roger Browne, mercer, and the inn called le Rose, in tenure of Hen. Averell next the tenement called le Ramme, in St. Sepulchre's parish without Newgate, four messuages, &c, in tenure of Wm. Bodell alias Bowell, one in tenure of Emeri Shefeld, and three in tenure of Wm. Garter, in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate, and a messuage, &c, in tenure of Wm. Clevyn, in the parish of St. Vedast in Foster Lane, St. Bartholomew's beside Westsmythfeld; a messuage. &c, late in tenure of Edw. Preston and now of Ric. Atkynson and Jas. More, and another in tenure of Wm. Petyngale, in the parish of St. Thomas Apostle, nine messuages, &c., in tenure of Thos. Clerk and others (named; in Myll Aley alias Gowghe Alley in the parish of St. Stephen in Colmanstrete, and five in tenure of Edw. Harte and others (named), in the same parish,—Rewley mon., Oxon; the messuages, &c., formerly in tenure of John Gyles and now of the fellowship of Clerks of London, in Whytecrossestrete in the parish of St. Giles without Creplegate (between Whytecrossestrete on the east, gardens formerly of Ric. Esterley, Wm. Jurden and Sir Edm. Momforde on the west, the lordship of Fynsbury on the north and the land of Ric. Frende on the south, dimensions given),—Merton priory Surr.; a messuage in tenure of Wm. Brampton, in Rockley, within the parish of Staunton Lacy, Salop, and the closes, &c. (names and extents given) leased with it,—Lanthonye priory, Glouc.; and messuages, &c.. in tenure of Ric. Paynett and others (named) in Havyn, West Preston, Estangmerynge, Polynge, and Pyperynge in Burfham parish, Suss., —Tortyngton priory. Del. Westm.. 27 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle and Bacon). Pat. p. 28. m. 17.
73. John Godolgham, clerk of the peace in co. Cornwall. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Westm.. 28 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 17, m. 4. In English.
74. Roland Shakerley, mercer, of London. Grant, in fee, for 160l. 19s. 2d., of the manor of Calver, Derb., in tenure of Sir John Markeham,—Newsted, Notts. Del. Westm., 28 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII,— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Hertford, Westminster, Petre. North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 21. m. 2.
75. Roger and Robert Taverner. Grant, in fee, for 1.027l. 19s. 8d., of a tenement. &c.. in Fletestrete in the parish of St. Dunstan in le Weste (between that of Thos. Broke on the east, that of Wm. Cholmeley on the west, the highway on the north and the garden of the New Temple on the south) in tenure of John Machen tailor, and Kath. Watson, two tenements there (next the gate of the New Temple on the east, the tenement of Nic. Melowe on the west, the highway on the north and the aforesaid garden on the south) in tenure of John Whaysse. the said tenement of Nic. Melowes (which adjoins that of Marg. More on the west), and the tenement there (between that of John Brownyng (sic) on the cast, that of John Armyn on the west, the highway on the north and the aforesaid garden on the south) in tenure of John Brownyng , six cottages in Trelmelstrete in the parish of St. Sepulchre without the bars of Westsmythfelde. Midd., beside the place called Cowecrosse between the garden called Butclosse, the wall of the garden in tenure of Wm. Rygges and the garden in tenure of John Foxe on the west, a little torrent called Abroke by which water descends to Trelmelstrete on the north and the highway on the south) in tenure of Wm. Apprice, a cottage in Clerkenwell parish, Midd. (between the tenement of John Whiskard on the east and north, St. John's lane on the west and the stable of John Atkynson on the south), in tenure of Thos. Okelande; all which premises belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem. Also tenements, &c, next St. Margaret's church in Southwark, Surr., called le Abbottes Lodging and le Abbottes Stable, in tenure of Walt. Kellet, and the messuages, &c, in tenure of Laur. Robgiant in St. Margaret's parish, Southwark,—Beaulue Abbey. Hants; messuages. &c, in the street called Lewens Mede, Templestrete and Gropelane in St. James's parish in Brystoll, in tenure of Giles Rede and others (named),— Tewkesbury; a garden in Feweterlane in the aforesaid parish of St. Dunstan (between the great place called le Rolles on the south and a garden of the late mon. of St. Mary Overi on the north, the garden of the bp. of Chichester on the west and the highway on the east) late in tenure of David Percer and now of Wm. Wakefielde,—priory of Crechurche, London; three tenements in Brodstrete in the parish of St. Mildred, London, in tenure of Wm. Roydon, Edw. Corfeld and Thos. Tryme,—Notteley mon., Surr,; a tenement in the parish of St. Benet beside Powles Wharffe, late in tenure of Thrustuan Tyddesley and now of Agnes and John Myrfyn.—Syon mon., Midd.; a tenement in the parish of All Hallows Steyning London, in tenure of John Merefelde, and another there in tenure of Ric Muger,—mon. of Graces beside the Tower; five tenements in the parish of St. Mary in Aldermanburye, London, in tenure of Wm. Richardson and others named,—St. Helen's priory; an inn called le Thre Cuppes in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborne, Midd., with three little tenements adjoining it, and a close called Drakfeld in the parish of St. Pancras, Midd., in tenure of John Coke, and a tenement in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate in tenure of John Butteler.—Charterhouse near London; a messuage in the parish of St. Stephen in Colmanstrete, adjoining the churchyard of St. Stephen on the south, leased to Ric. Kynge and now in tenure of John Eston, and a tenement in the parish of St. Christopher at le Stockes, London, in tenure of Thos. Wheton, draper, and Alice his wife—Crechurche priory a tenement called le Whyte Hynde in the parish of St. Stephen in Colmanstreat in tenure of Faith Patenson and a chamber or "garden plott" there; in tenure of James Scott, and a tenement in tenure of Ric. Norris,—Clerkenwell priory; two tenements in tenure of Matth. Sharpe and Joan Taylor, leased to Robt. Saunder, and one in tenure of Ric. Bell, lately leased to Nic. Spencer, in the parish of St. Thomas Apostle, two tenements with a void ground called le Tennys Pley annexed to them, on the west side of the earl of Sussex's place in the parish of All Hallows the Little, in tenure of Wm. Gryffethe; tenements in the parish of St. John in Walbroke in tenure of Wm. Penne and Thos. Langetofte (lately leased to Ric. Becher), and the entry to the tenement of Dr. Clement in the parish of St. Stephen in Walbroke now in tenure of the said Dr. Clement,—college of Acon; a tenement in the parish of St. Helen, in tenure of Wm. Sherborne and lately of John Rowesley, two tenements in the parish of St. Ethelburga in tenure of Ric. Berde, the little tenements in Pehan Alley in the parish of St. Ethelburg in tenure of Edm.Heton, tenements in the parish of St. Ethelburga in tenure of Geo. Thomson and Thos. Pette, grocer, six tenements in tenure of Ric. Thomson and others (named) and four in tenure of Dominus Doryott and others (named), now leased to John Smythe. and one in tenure of Robt. Godfray, all in the parish of St. Mary at Axe, a tenement in the parish of St. Martin in the Vintry, in tenure of Ric. Butler, a. tenement in the parish of St. Andrew Underghafte in tenure of John Aunsell, one in the parish of St. Peter Paupertatis in tenure of John Taylor, three in the parish of St. Swithin in tenure of Robt. Marshall. John Turke and John Betris, one in the parish of St. Mary Magda en in the Old Fishery, in tenure of Ric. Staverton. two in Ivelane beside Pater Noster Rowe in the parish of St. Faith, in tenure of John Thorogood and Geo. Thomson, and thirteen in the parish of St. Stephen in Colmanstrete in tenure of John Maunde and others (named),—St. Helen's priory; a tenement called le Cocke and Keye in the parish of St. Dunstan in le West, in Fletestrete. in tenure of Thos. Ellys,—Royston priory, Herts; tenements in the parish of St. Stephen in Bristol in tenure of David Hobbys—Glascenbury mon.; a tenement in the parish of St. Michael in Cornehill, London, in tenure of Stephen Andrewe.—Charterhouse; a tenement in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon in tenure of Thos. Gytton.—Minories; and tenements in Ryelandes Aley in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborne (between the great place and garden of the bp. of Ely on the east and north, the tenement of the said bp. on the west and the highway on the south) in tenure of Hen. Garard,—Clerhenwell priory. Del. Hampton Court. 29 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. —SB. (slightly injured, signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre and others whose signatures are injured). Pat. p. 4, m. 32.
76. John Ap Rice, secretary of the Council in the Marches of Wales and "regester" ad causas ecclesiasticas throughout England. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. 29 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII place not named).— S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 5, m. 15, and again at m. 8.
77. Robert Holgate alias Halgate, alias. of Llandaff, the Kings Councillor. Grant, in fee, for 221l 4s. 2d., of the reversion and rent reserved upon a crown lease to Wm. Thwayttes, 20 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII of the rectories of Yeddyngham (with tithes in Yeddyngham and Westheslerton) and Synnyngton, Yorks. for 21 years, at 43s. 4d. and 5l. 10s. 8d. respectively. Also grant of these said rectories, which belonged to Yeddyngham priory; a messuage and lands called Flattes, &c., in Beswik, Yorks, in tenure of Marg. Key. a cottage called Garthes and land called a "flatte" in Kilnwik, Yorks, in tenure of John Rydy, and the rectory of Beswicke. which belonged to Watton mon.; and the advowsons of the vicarages of Yeddyngham, Synnyngton and Beswyke. Del. Hampton Court 30 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Hendle, and Staunford). Pat. p. 2, m. 26.
78. Giles Bridges, of London, clothier and Robert Harrys, of London. Grant, in fee, for 738l. 10s 2d., of the manor of Chekering alias Chekeringhall, with its appurtenances (closes, etc., named) in Chekering, Wyngfield, Hoxon and Syleham, Suff., in tenure of Wm. Budde, lands in Chekering in tenure of James Inge, Thos Barker and Thos. Pype. and a wood there called Chekering Grove (6 ac.), all which belonged to Wingfield college; the manor of Abbottes Thorpe, Norf., and the advowson of the rectory of Thorpe Abbatis alias Abbottes Thorpe, which belonged to Bury St. Edmunds mon , Suff.; the manors of Wateringbury, Charte and Fowlkes, Kent, which belonged to St. Mary Graces mon. beside the Tower of London; a wood called Baldyng Salewoode in Abbottes Thorp, which belonged to Bury St. Edmunds; and all appurtenances of the premises in Chekering, Waybred. Syleham, Wingfield, Esseham, and Hoxon, Suff., in Abbottes Thorpe, Norf., and in Wateringbury, Meryworth. Eastmallyng, Westmallyng, Estpechame, Westpechame, Yealdyng, Nettylstede, Bryncheley, Capell, Tewydeley, Petyngbury and Teston, Kent. Del. 30 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. (place omitted). —S.B. (signed by Canterbury. Westminster. Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, Bakere, North, Moyle, Caryll and Bacon). Pat. p. 4, m. 18. (Undated.)
79. John Baker, of London. Grant, in fee, for 129l. 15s.. of lands called le Downes, Hardlande and Westland alias Westfeld in the parish of Halstowe, Kent, in tenure of John Stone lands called Longcrofte and le Chequers in Halstowe, in tenure of Wm. Cobham, lands in the parish of Seynt Mary Kent, in tenure of John Fuller, lands and salt marsh in the parish of Stoke, Kent, in tenure of John Fuller, all lands, which formerly belonged to Boxley mon., in Halstowe in tenure of Ant. Denye, the lands in Halstowe in tenure of Ric. Hawett, the lands, formerly of Boxley mon., in Halstowe, in tenure of Wm. Cobham, Thos. Serle,— Longman and Thos. Peoche. and the messuage, &c., in Halstowe in tenure of Ric. Moyse, which belonged to Boxeley mon. Del. Hampton Court, 30 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, Bakere. North, Moyle, Bacon, and Duke). Pat. p. 5, m. 28.
80. Wm. Pynnock, receiver (jointly with Ric. Breame) "of Warwikes londes, Sarum and Copersoners landes." Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Hampton Court, 30 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8. m. 20.
81. Thomas Fowler, receiver of Marke and Oye in the marches of Cales. Exemption from attending the King in the war. Del. Oking, 31 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster and Petre). Pat. p. 8, m. 21.
82. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 6) :— Giles Bridges, clothier, and Robt. Harrys, of London, to Sir Robt. Southwell of Marworth, Kent, Master of the Rolls. Manor of Chekerynge alias Chekerynghall. Suff., and lands (specified and tenants named) in Chekeryng, Wyngfeld. Hoxon and Syleham, Suff.,—Wingfeld College; the manor and advowson of the rectory of Abbottes Thorpe, Norf.,—Bury St. Edmunds, Suff.; the manors of Wateringburge, Charte and Fowlkys, Kent,—St. Mary Graces, near the Tower of London; and a wood called Baldyng Salewoode in Abbottes Thorpe,—Bury St. Edmunds. (1st.) P. 17, m. 28.
Edw. Stockwood, of Lanam, Midd.. and Avica. his wife, to John Wayvant and Isabella, his wife. Messuage and five shops, &c., in the parish of St. Clement Danes without the bars of the New Temple, London. (4th.) P. 20. m. 2.
Sir William Barantyne Kenelm Throkmarton and Hen. Avetson, to Robt. Brandelyng, merchant. House and site of the late nunnery in Newcastle upon Tyne, lands in Jesemond Nthld., and the grange called Ouston in Chester parish, within the bpric. of Durham, which belonged to the said nunnery. (5th.) P. 15. m. 15.
Wm. Sewster, of Gunmecester, Hunts, and John Sewster his son and heir apparent, to Wm. Gardyner and Anne, his wife. Moiety of the rectory of Ellesborough alias Eselborough alias Eselberg Bucks, which belonged to Shene Charterhouse, Surr., late in tenure of Hen. Danvers, and the advowson of the said rectory. (6th.) P. 15, m. 22.
John Baker and Edm. Danyell to Humph. Colles. Messuage in Knygthcote of Brusheford (Knyghtcote de Brusheford), Soms., which belonged to Henry late marquis of Exeter, in tenure of John Combe, and the lands leased with it in Brusshefordeand Knyghtcote. (7th.) P. 15, m. 17.
The same to Sir Thomas Denys. Tenement, &c, in the parish of St. Thomas beside Exeter, which belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted (7th.); P. 15, m, 22.
Sir John Fulford and Humph. Colles to John Newport, of Brugewater. Merchant. Horsemill and the moiety of a close called New Close and 5 ac. of meadow in Rysmore, Soms., which belonged to the priory or hospital of St. John of Brigewater, in tenure of John and Joan Grene. (7th.) P. 15, m. 17.
Ric. And John Sakevyle to Ric. Michell, of Hendfeld. Manor of Wantley, in Hendfeld, Suss. (7th. P. 15, m. 31.
Sir John Guldeforde and Alured Randolfys to Sir Thos. Moyle. Manor of Huntyngfelde, Kent, which belonged to Sir Simon de Burley, attainted, with appurtenances in Easelyng, Stallesfelde and Throughley, Kent, and a messuage called le Lodge and lands called le Weste Parke of Wrotham, Kent; also the manor of Wythies, Soms., which belonged to Glastonbury mon., with appurtenances in Shapwyke and Wythies, Soms. (7th.) P. 19, m. 16.
Ric. Andrewes of Hayles, Glouc, and John Howe to Wm. Freer and Agnes, his wife. House and site of the late Black Friars in Oxford, with certain woods and gardens (specified which .belonged to it. (Hampton Court, 9th.) P. 15, m. 4.
Fras. Jobson Andrew Dudley, Robt. Heneage and Ric Duke to Robt. Burgoyn. Closes (specified) in Hackney, Midd., which belonged to the priory or new hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate, London. (Hampton Court, 13th.) P. 2, m. 29.
Wm. Rigges and Leonard Broune to Sir Richard Riche. Manor of Folyatt alias Folyat Hall, Essex, late of the dean and chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, and the wood called Folyattes Wood 10 ac. 1 ro.) in Onger, Essex. (15th.) P. 13, m. 23.
John Maynard. mercer of London, to Alice Payne, widow, and Walter Payne. Manor of Tomsor (sic), with lands in Tomson. Saham, Griston and Stowbedon, and the rectory and advowson of the church of Tomson, Norf. (——, 16th.) P. 15, m. 24
Thomas Palmer and Richard Carter to John Randoll and Agnes, his wife. Moiety of the manor of Garstone alias Garston. Herts, which belonged to St. Albans mon., with its appurtenances in Watford, and all possessions of St. Albans in Watford in tenure of Ric. Carter, viz. four crofts called Small Crofts, &c. (specified), and certain rents and services (from persons named) due to the said manor in the parish of Langley and in Watford. (Hampton Court, 18th.) P. 8, m. 11.
John Belloo to James Clarke. Chief mansion of Tealby manor, Line, and lands leased with it to John Clarke, which belonged to Willoughton preceptory. (20th.) P. 17. m. 32.
Humph. Colles to Sir Thos. Moyle, Nic. Lambert, of London, Fras. Lambert, Chr. Gale and John Newport, of Brigewater to the use of the said Humph, and Eliz., his wife, and the heirs of the [said Humphrey. House and site and demesne lands (specified) of the late hospital of St. John Baptist of Brigewater, Soms., leased by pat. of 10 July 33 Hen. VIII. To John earl of Bath. (21st.) P. 15, m. 17.
Wm. Rigges and Leonard Browne to John Insent, clk, dean of St. Paul's, London. Two pieces of waste land lately built upon called Donumbleyns in the parish of Northechurche in les Holymote of Berkhamsted, Herts, and lands there in tenure of——(blank) Ryppynge. (21st) P. 15, m. 10.
The same to John Osbourne. Rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Graysthurroke, Essex, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem. (——(blank) 21st.) Ibid.
Geo. Rolle and Geo. Haydon to John Trystram. Rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of More Bathe, Devon, which belonged to Barlyche priory, Soms. (22nd.) P. 2, m 29.
Sir John Willyams and Chr. Edmondys to Ric. Cumpton and Agnes, his wife, and Arnold Champyon. Manor or lordship of Priorsdeene and Culmere, Hants, and lands there. (22nd.) P. 15, m. 15.
Richard Cycyll to Sir Ant. Seyntleger, K.G. Marsh and lands called Bekardes or Beckardes in Brokelond parish, Kent, which belonged to the abp. of Canterbury, in tenure of Thos. Bartelett. (22nd.) P. 10, m. 19.
John Bellowe, Robt. Gowge and Robt. Laurence, clk., to Ric. Empryngham of Grymesby. Manor of Bedford, Yorks, and messuages, &c, in Befford (sic) aforesaid in tenure of John Athewe and Wm. Watkynaon, and a pension of 13s. 4d. from Befford rectory, all which belonged to the preceptory of Holy Trinity of Beverley and to St. John's of Jerusalem; and a messuages, &c.. in Howton, Linc, in tenure of John Tharrolde, which of Howton, and Robt. Thorrolde, which belonged to Welloo mon. (24th.) P. 15, m. 24.
Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc.. and John Howe to Wm. Wattis, of Culworth. Mansion and lands of the rectory of Culworth, Ntht., which belonged to Canonsasheby priory. (25th.) P. 15 m. 13.
John Belloo and Robt. Brokelsbe to James Clarke. Chief mansion of Tealby manor. Linc, and lands leased with it to the said John (sic) Clerke. which belonged to Willonghton preceptory. (25th.) P. 15. m. 14.
Dennis Toppes and Steph. Holforde to Robt. Metham. of Lockton. Messuages, &c, specified (and tenants named) in Lockton in the parish of Middelton in Pykering, Yorks. (25th.) P. 23, m. 28.
Hugh Losse and Thos. Bowcher to Ric. Porye and Joan, his wife. Messuage. &c, late in tenure of John Sankes and afterwards of John Boggens and Hen. Lycheffeld, in Charterhouse Lane within St. Sepulchre's parish, London, which belonged to the Charterhouse near London, with an aqueduct from "le great condyte" of the said Charterhouse. (26th.) P. 15; m. 13.
Richard Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., and John Howe to Ric. Gunter and Joan, his wife. Site of the late Grey Friars, in Oxford, the grove (5 ac.) in tenure of Wm. Frewers and John Pye, the churchyard in tenure of Jas. Gunter, and the gardens called Paradise and Bateham alias Boteham, in tenure of Wm. Thomas, in Oxford, which belonged to the said Friars. (26th.) P. 15, m. 24.
Richard Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc., to Roger Lewys alias Pope, of Shrewsbury, draper. Lands which were granted to Andrewes and Nic. Temple, now dec.. by pat. 4 July 35 Hen. VIII., viz. the reversion of the house of the late Austin Friars in Shrewsbury and lands (specified) there leased to John Reynoldes, 24 June 32 Hen. VIII., and of the houses of the late Black Friars and Grey Friars there and lands (specified) leased to Wm. Penyson, 25 Nov. 33 Hen. VIII, and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Trethegloyes alias Tresglous in Arustley, in the marches of Wales, co. Salop, which belonged to Haughmond mon. (Hampton Court. 26th.) P. 17. m. 25.
Edward Cornewallys, of London, and Alice, his wife, to Ric. Ive. tallow chandler, and Katharine, his wife. Tenement in tenure of the said Ive. and ten messuages adjoining it in tenure of John Reynoldes and others (named), in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East, London, which belonged to Evesham mon., Worc (27th.) P. 13, m. 23.
Ric. Andrewes, of Hayles, Glouc.. and George Lisle to John Mody. Tetbury grange, Glouc.. which belonged to Kyngeswode mon., Wilts. (28th.) P. 15, m. 10.
John Maynard and Wm. Breton to Sir Ric. Lee. Two tenements in Dagenhall, lands called Gumberdes in tenure of George Warren, an inn. &c, called le Tabbard in Dagnall street, in tenure of Wm. Hudson, a barn, garden and meadow called Coltons Meade adjoining the said inn, in tenure of Nic. Markes,an inn, &c, called le Flower de Luce in Frencherowe leased to Robt. Semer, all which lie in and near St. Albans. Herts,and belonged to St. Albans mon. (28th ) P. 15, m. 23.
Ric. Andrewes of Hayles and John Howe to Thos. Hyll. Manor of Aston Bishops alias Whyttelady Aston. Worc., lands in tenure of Thos. Hyll in Porefeldes or Portefeldes within the parish of Claynes. Wore, and tithes upon them, the mansion of the rectory of Aston aforesaid, lands called Farmelandes late in tenure of Thos. Walleys alias Walche, dec., and afterwards of Edm. Wallys alias Walche in Nether Aston, the glebe lands of the said rectory of Aston, and the advowson of the vicarage of Aston Bishops alias Whitelady Aston, all which belonged to Whiston mon. (30th. P. 17, m. 23.
John Belloo and Robt. Brokelsbee to John Berde. Lands in Ludford, Line., in tenure of Thos. Weylpdale and Hen. Helnys which belonged to Sizhill priory. (——Aug.) P. 17, m. 22.

Footnotes

1 Perhaps the date of delivery was the 29th. See No. 155.
2 The granting clause is recited in a grant to Sir Ralph Warren of the year 37 Hen. VIII. (Pat. p. 13, m. 17) from which the portions lost here by mutilation may be supplied.
3 The portions within brackets have been supplied from Harl. MS. 6822 (ff. 22–36 b.), a document which will be noticed later, under 20 Oct.
4 The portions within brackets supplied from the abstract in Harl. MS. 6822, f. 25b.
5 The portions within brackets have been supplied from the particulars for the grant preserved among the Augmentation Records.
6 Almost all are dated at Westm. In this abstract the day of the month appears in parentheses before the reference to part and membrane of the Patent Roll of 36 Hen. VIII.