Henry VIII
November 1544, 26-30

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'Henry VIII: November 1544, 26-30', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 19 Part 2: August-December 1544 (1905), pp. 396-421. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80349 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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November 1544, 26-30

26 Nov.668. Shrewsbury and Others to the Council.
Add. MS.
32.656, f. 62.
B.M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 370.
Enclose letters and advertisements from Lord Evers showing that the Scots make great preparations to the Borders, probably to distress such Englishmen as lie in garrison at Coldingham and do other annoyances. Have written forthwith to the wardens to be vigilant. Darneton, 26 Nov. 9 p.m. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
P. 1. Fly leaf with address lost. Endd.: 1544.
26 Nov.669. Parliament of Scotland.
Acts of the P.
of Sc, ii 449.
Held at Edinburgh, 26 Nov. 1544, by Foulis, Ballenden, Lauder and Hugh Rig, commissioners, together with Patrick Baroun, Jas. Lindesay and David Lowre. Business:—Summonses against Angus, Bothwell and Douglas continued till 27 Nov.
26 Nov.670. Charles V. to Lord Russell.
Galba
B. x. 136,
B.M.
Rymer, xv. 59.
Credence for Vander Delft and Chapuys in the same words as that to Norfolk (No. 667), but written in the plural. Brussels, 26 Nov. 1544. Signed. [Countersigned by Bave according to Rymer.]
Fr. p. 1. Add.: Le sieur de Rossel, chevalier de l'ordre et priveseel dangleterre.
27 Nov.671. The Privy Council to the Council at Calais.
R. O.The controversy about the French ship Francois of Diepe, which, being chased by one of the King's captains, was rescued by the inhabitants of Dunkercke, has been related to the Emperor, who has appointed a secretary of his to repair to Dunkercke to hear the matter jointly with some other appointed by the King. As Mr. Armell, clerk of the King's Council there, knows the particulars, you are to send him thither to meet the said secretary, on Friday or Saturday next. Herewith are all such books and writings as he had of me, Sir Wm. Pagett, touching that matter. He will remember that the King challenges and requires the ship and equipage with all Frenchmen and French goods in it, and also his part of all the Scots and their property therein.
Draft in Mason's hand, p. 1. Endd.: M. to the Counsail at Calays, xxvijo Novemb. 1544.
27 Nov.672. Parliament of Scotland.
Acts of P. of
So., ii. 449.
Held at Edinburgh 27 Nov. 1544, by Wm. lord Semple, John abbot of Paisley Foulis, Ballenden, Lauder and Hugh Rig, commissioners, together with Patrick Barroun, Jas. Lindesay, and David Lowre. Business:—Summonses against Angus, Bothwell and Douglas continued to 15 Dec.
28 Nov.673. The Privy Council to [Matthew Colthurst].
Add. MS.
5,753 f. 112.
B.M.
Order him to deliver to Sir Richard Riche, high treasurer of the wars, the 1,100l. remaining in his hands of the treasure for payment of "provisions for the office of the ordinance in his Majesty's late voyage in France." Westm., 28 Nov. 1544.
Copy, p. 1.
28 Nov.674. Benjamin Gonson's Account.
Add. MS.
7,968, f. 3b.
B.M.
Received, 6 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., of John Ryther, cofferer to my lord Prince, by me Benjamin Gonsone, by command of my lords of the King's Privy Council attendant upon the Queen's grace, in prest, 196l. 18s. 2d., for wages of one captain and divers masters, mariners and gunners lately serving in the Narrow Seas in seven ships now discharged at Depforde Strande.
Below this in another hand: From 6 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. to 28 Nov. following, 115 days.
f. 4.ii. Payments, 36 Hen. VIII.—The Mynyon.—"To Sir Antonye Seyntman, knight, captain, the vj day of August for his own diets for ij months and ij days, begun the xth day of June last and this day ended, at xviijd. every day, iiijli. 7s.; and more for wages of xxxix mariners and gunners serving under him in the same ship for like time at xs. iiijd. Every man, xxli. iijs.; and more for xiij dedeshares for like time at xs. iiijd. every share, vjli. xiiijs. iiijd.; and more for rewards to one master gunner for like time, xs. iiijd." Total 31l. 14s. 8d. Signed: Antony Sayntmond.
Similar entries for each of the other ships, viz. the Primerose (John Allyt, master), Swepstake (Thos. Webe, in.), Lesse Pynnas (John a Wood, m.), Lesse Gallye (Robt. Grymbyll, m.), Sallamonder (John Haukyn, m.), Unycorne (Edw. Cunnyngam, m., and Ph. Harman, purser). Entries signed by the recipients, three of them with marks.
iii. 8 Aug.—To the common crier of London, to make proclamation "for certain mariners that had received the King's prest to depart out of London to serve the King upon the Narrow Seas under Sir Wm. Woodehowse, knight," 8d. To Jas. Becke of London, for hire of the crayer of Wm. Sallman of Lee, Essex, with "other" four men and a boy to carry from Depfordestrande 100 mariners taken from discharged ships to Sir Wm. Woodhowse, admiral in the Narrow Seas, 4l. 10s., and for his own diets and charges for eight days, going with them and returning, 12s. To Edw. Morman, of London, bookbinder, for "this paper book," 20d. Conduct money at about ½d. a mile to 20 discharged mariners going from Depfordestrande homewards to Brystow, Lyeme and Trewrewe and to 30 going to Dover to serve under Admiral Woodhowse.
f. 6b.iv. Received, 16 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., from Ryther, for wages of one captain and 39 mariners, soldiers and gunners to serve "in wafting of the wool fleet out of the river of Tamis into Callyes haven," 29l. 8s. 7d.
f. 7.v. Paid, 31 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Bulleye, owner and captain of the Martene of London, appointed wafter of the wool fleet, diets for 14 days from 18 Aug., wages, &c. (including 66 lbs. of gunpowder "spent in the same time of wafting"), 29l. 8s. 7d. Signed: by me Wm. Bully.
f. 7b.vi. Received, 18 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., of Ryther, for rigging out to the seas of the Mynyone and Primerose and for two months' wages and victuals of 300 men to serve in them "for the wafting of such lead as his Majesty hath determined to be presently sent into Flanders," 530l.
f. 8vii. Payments made for the above (§ vi.), viz., for beer, biscuits, oxen and other provisions, for conduct money of 203 mariners out of Essex and Suffolk (to serve in the Mynyone and Primerose for the wafting of the King's lead "from 'benorthe' into Flanders, which purpose in these two ships taketh no place, and the voyage given up" and the mariners licensed to return home); paid, 27 Aug., to Wm. Sherwine, John Riche, John Walle and Robt. Flint and their men brought from places named.
Remainder of the money, 276l. 11s, 11½d., returned to Ryther, 31 Aug. Signed: per me Joh'em Ryther.
f. 9b.viii. Paid, 1 Sept 36 Hen. VIII., to Robt. Legge of Harwiche, for himself and two horses, riding from Harwiche to Brykelsaye, Aldersforde, Estmarsaye, Colchester. Fingeringo, Vyvenoe, Shotleye, Holbroeke, Harstede, Alborowe, Thorpe and Dunwiche, for presting mariners to Depfordestrande for the purpose aforementioned, 40s.
f. 10.ix. Victuals provided for the above purpose and now delivered to other uses, viz , 82 tuns of beer shipped in three crayers (named, with their masters to be conveyed to Bullone haven, to John Abingtone, Rither's servant, and there sold ; and certain biscuit &c., delivered into the Mynyone, for 180 men appointed to serve in the Narrow Seas for two months from 8 Sept.
f. 11.x. List of names, viz. Sir John Gostwyke; Sir Wyman Carrew; Sir John. Wyllyams; "the old Lord Chaunsler, lord Wryslye"; the treasurer of the Exchequer; Myghell Davye; the treasurer of the Wards and Liveries. With note that Mr. Wynter has received money of them.
f 12.xi. "A remembrance to Benjamin Gonson." To ask Mr. Jenynges at Bulleyne the price of a "pryst" that George Tompson bought of him. To release one Mylner of Barking, "prest" by Robt. Wylmote, purser of the Primerose, "and I will answer his prest." (Signed in the same hand) Howlet. (fn. 1)
f. 13.xii. Victuals paid for and delivered aboard the Mynyone, sent into the Narrow Seas for two months begun 8 Sept.
f. 13b.xiii. Victuals provided as aforesaid and delivered into the Swepstake, Primerose and Jennett towards one month's victualling of 410 men to serve in Narrow Seas, from 30 Sept.
f. 14b.xiv. Received, 13 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII., of Ryther, towards payment of divers captains and 1,000 men under Sir Wm. Woodhowse in the Narrow Seas for one month ended 1 Sept., and for a captain and 180 men in the Mynyone for one month begun 8 Sept., 417l. 4s. 9d.
f. 15.xv. Payments (like those in § ii.) made 14 Sept. for the Dragon (Dunstone Newdigat, captain), Great Pynneas (Robt. Garthe, c), Newe Barke (Thos Windane, c), Lytell Shallopp of Dover (Thos. Huttone, master), Great Shallop of Dover (Adam Owtlawe, c), New Pynnas made by Jamys Baker (John Borlye, c), Swalloo (Wm. Tyrell, c.), Great Gallyon (Sir Wm. Wodhowse, c), Mynyon (Wm. Cornocke, mr.), Lyon (Wm. Broke, c), Mary Jamys (John Bucke, c). Signed by recipients, three of them with marks.
f. 18.xvi. Paid, 28 Sept., to Jas. Flettcher, for hire of his ship, and himself and five men to sail her out of Tamys to the Narrow Seas, conveying the money for the above payments, and from thence to Bullyn Haven, 8 days ended 22 Sept., 54s. 4d.; charges of Benjamin Gonson, Wm. Holstocke and Thos. Morlye for 13 days, begun 16th inst., in which they made the said payments and attended upon my lord Admiral at Bullyn; with also their horse hire from Dover to London, 48s. 7d.
f. 19b.xvii. Received, 25 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII., of Sir John Williams, treasurer of Augmentations, towards setting forth into the Narrow Seas, out of Collne Water, of the Paunsaye, and, out of the Teamys, of the Primerose, Swepstacke and Jennett, 67l. 18s.
f. 20.xviii. Victuals delivered into the Swepstak, Jennet and Primerose towards the victualling of men appointed to convey them out of Teamys to the Narrow Seas, over and besides other victual that was provided when they were to have gone northward to waft the King's lead into Flanders.
f. 21.xix. Victuals delivered, 8 Oct. 36 Hen. VIII., aboard the Swepstake, Jennett and Primerose, and conduct money for the crews of the Paunsaye (Wm. Hurreye, master), Primerose (John Allett, m., and Gilbert Grycse, captain) and Jennett, Robt. Willmott being apparently purser of all three.
f. 23.xx. Payment, 1 Oct., to Robt. Legge for victuals (specified) for the Paunsaye.
f. 24b.xxi. Received, 8 Oct. 36 Hen. VIII., of Ryther, towards setting forth the Mary Thomas and the Martene of London out of Teamys into the Narrow Seas with 160 men for one month begun this day, appointed by the Council to waft victuals from Portismothe and Hamptone to Bullene and Callyes, 133l.
f. 25.xxii. Payments, 8 Oct., to Thos. Stephene, owner of the Mary Thomas. and Wm. Bulley, owner of the Martene; and, 28 Oct., to the said Stephene, owner and captain of the Mary Thomas, and others in her, and to Thos. Linche, captain and master of the Martene, for the month to end 4 Nov. next.
f. 27b.xxiii. Received, 16 Oct. 36 Hen. VIII., of Ryther, for six weeks' wages of captains and men serving in the King's ships in the Narrow Seas ended 13th inst., and for stuff received to the use of the said ships, 400l.
f.28.xxiv. Payments (mostly like those in § ii.) made 20 Oct. for the Newe Barke (Thos. Windhame, captain), Lytell Shalloppe (Thos. Huttone, master), Newe Shallopp (John Booerley, c.), Cavendishe Shallopp (Adam Owtlawe, c.), Marye Jamys (John Cranewen, mr.), Greater Pynneas (Robt. Garthe, c.), Post of Deepe (Cornells Durport, mr.) and Facone Lysleye (Thos. Harding, c.). Not signed.
f. 30.xxv. Paid 23 Oct. for "riding costs" of Benjamin Gonson, Thos. Morlaye, and Rog. Sampsone from Gravesend to Dover for the above payments, with hire and meat of another horse "which carried the King's money," eight days, 48s. 8d.
f. 30b.xxvi. Payments (similar to those in § ii.) made 28 Oct. for the Lyone (Wm. Broeke, c.), >, Dragon (Dunstone Newdygate, c.), Great Galleye (Sir Wm. Woodhowse, chief captain in the Narrow Seas, captain and crew to pass, at the ship's discharge, into the Mynyon), Mynyon (Wm. Cornoke. mr.), Swallowe (Wm, Woode, mr.), Primerose (Gilb. Gryese, c.), Jennett (Geo. Russell, mr.), Swallowe (Wm. Tyrrell, c.), and, on 31 Oct.. for the Paunceye (Sir Thomas Cleere, c., captain and crew commanded by Sir Thomas Semer, chief captain in the Narrow Seas, to pass into the Great Galleye). Not signed by the captains.
f. 32b.Also payments, 1 Nov., to Gonson, Morleye and Sampsone for riding costs; and, 5 Nov., to Thos. Marvene, captain of the Mary James, for his ship's company discharged at Gravesende, and to certain mariners for conduct money into Suffolk and Essex.
f. 34b.xxvii. Reseived 25 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII., of Ryther, for payment of 37 mariners and gunners in the Greater Pynnes for five weeks ended 24th inst., and victuals for their conveyance of the said ship from Dover to Depfordestrande, and for conduct money of certain of them homewards, 23l. 11s. l½d.
f. 35.xxviii. Payments, made 24 Nov., for the above to Hugh Tolleye, master, and John Donnell, purser, 23l. 11s. l½d.
f. 36.xxix. Extraordinary charges for repairs, specified, to certain ships, viz., 20 Oct., for the Mary Jamys, Great Pynnes, Post of Deepe, Newe Barke, Great Shallope, and Lyetell Shallope; and, 28 Oct., for the Dragon, Lyon and Lesse Galleye.
f. 38b.xxx. Received 13 Oct. 36 Hen. VIII., of Ryther, for prest of mariners from Bristowe to Depfordestrande to serve in the Lesse Galleye and Smalle Pynnes, and of mariners from Yermothe to Collne Wature to serve in the Treneteye Henrye; also for one month's victuals of these three ships "now appointed to the seas."
f. 39.xxxi. Payments made for the above purpose, 18 Oct. and 30 Oct. (§ xxx), the last being 6s. 8d. to Robt. Grimbell, appointed master in the Lesse Galleye, for his conduct money from Dover, 54 miles, 2s., and an additional 4s. 8d. given "by commandment of the Lord Chamberlaine, then being at Dovor, in consideration the said Grimbell is no young man nor meet to go afoot"; and 13s. 4d. to John Tompsone, post, riding to Harwiche with the Council's instructions to Robt. Legge to make an estimate of the Kings "marine charges" at Collne Watur.
f. 42b.xxxii. Received 26 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. of Ryther, for dockyard charges (specified) at Depfordestrande.
f. 43.xxxiii. Account of artizans' wages (names and time given) and of numerous purchases and other payments made in connection with the dockyard work at Depfordestrande between 4 and 24 Aug. (many ships and men named).
f. 51b.xxxiv. Received, 4 Oct., of Ryther, for dockyard charges at Depfordestrande and the keeping of the King's ships in the river of Teamys, 299l. 5s. 9d.
f. 52.xxxv. Account similar to § xxxiii., with payments for the Michaelmas quarter of the shipkeepers who kept the following ships when afloat in the Teamys, viz., the Frenche hoy barke, Farennero, Kytte of Harflete, James of Roone, Galley Subtill, Trenyte of Sent Mallos, Porttingale barke, Bark Larrtyqui, Marye of Ronne, and Nicollas (dry docked at Wollewige), all of them for the 13 weeks from 20 June to 18 Sept.
A bound volume of 60 numbered folios and several blank. Every page of payments signed at the foot by Robert Legge and Edwarde Watur.
28 Nov.675. Shrewsbury and Others to the Council.
Add. MS.
32,656, f. 63.
B.M.
Hamilton
Papers.
ii., No. 371.
Enclose letters from the Warden of the Middle Marches with writings sent to him from Farnyherst, and the copy of Shrewsbury's reply. Perceive by the Council's letters of the 25th, received yesterday, the King's pleasure, among other things, for garrisons to be laid in Scotland. As that matter is important and requires consultation with the Wardens and others of experience, who may not conveniently leave the Borders, Shrewsbury and Sadler intend, next week, to repair to Alnewycke to commune with them. Darneton, 28 Nov. 1544. Signed by Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.
28 Nov.676. Shrewsbury to Sir Ralph Evers.
Add. MS.
32,656, f. 65.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
II., No. 371 (1).
Has received his letters of the 27th inst., with the letters and writings from the laird of Farnyherst, showing that the Scots prepare to invade the said Farnyherst and such as lately became the King's servants, and Evers's opinion for the sending in of the gunners which they desire and 1,000 light horse of Tyndale, Ryddisdayle and Northumbreland. He shall signify to Cesfurde and Farnyherst that, upon their late letters to Shrewsbury and the Council here, the King has conceived a good opinion of their fidelity and will see them so aided that they need not fear their enemies, and presently sends them 400 cr. to entertain wagers; assuring them that they shall be holpen further (and bearer carries 100l. to be delivered to them) and that Evers will be at all times ready to support them with a good power, and Shrewsbury is coming shortly to the Borders to take order both for their support and the offence of their enemies. Thinks it not amiss to send in the gunners. As to the 1,000 light horse; albeit those Scots seem to mean honestly, the writer would not trust them too much, and therefore thinks it better not to send the horsemen, but to write (as above) that they shall have aid, and, if need be, to assist them with a power which could be safe from them if they proved disloyal. Intends shortly to be with him at Alnwick. Sends a warrant to the master of the ordnance at Berwick for the shot and powder he desires, charging him to take no more than he needs. The king is now resolved not to discharge any part of the garrisons for a time.
Copy, pp. 3. Headed: "The copie of my lorde of Shrewesburyes letter to the lorde Warden of the Middle Marches, of the xxviijth of Novembre." Endd.
29 Nov.677. Queen Katharine Parr.
R. O.Bill of Symond Loo, mercer, for stuff delivered for the Queen, viz.: —To Arthur Belfred (Belfylde in margin) 3 M[arch] 35 [Hen.] VIII., 8½ yds purple velvet, at 25s., for a kirtle, and 2 yds. purple satin at 12s. for the "bodes" (bodice) of it. To Mr. Worsley, 20 March, 10 yds. Purple satin, at 15s. for a kirtle with French sleeves and Venetian stocks; 1 Oct., 1¾ yds. purple satin for a "forpart" of a kirtle of purple satin "pownste"; 18 Nov., 2½ yds. black velvet at 13s. 4d., for the turning up of a gown of chamlet for Mrs. Doryte Fownttaine; 29 Nov., 10 yds. yellow satin at 8s. 6d. for a kirtle. Signed: Thomas Arundell: Robert Tyrwhyt: John Cokk.
P. 1. Slightly mutilated. Endd.: Loo, mercer.
29 Nov.678. Shrewsbury and Sadler to the Council.
Add. MS.
32,656, f. 67.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii., No. 372.
Enclose letters from Lord Evers, with others to him from John Carre of Warke and Thos. Carlisle of Coldingham. Darneton, 29 Nov. 1544. Signed.
P.S.—Enclose letters and writings arrived from Lord Wharton.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
29 Nov.679. Mary Queen of Scots to Charles V.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 174b.
B. M.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 229.
A little more than twelve years ago her father was chosen to the Order of the Golden Fleece and esteemed it a very high honour to have that monument of the House of Burgundy. The reason why the ornaments of the Order are returned so late is that after her father's death it was uncertain whether Charles had left Spain or stayed in Italy, or where he was in Germany; added to which there was, and still is, war without and factions within. Therefore David Paniter, her chief secretary and councillor, returns these insignia of the Golden Fleece by Alexander Guthre, her herald. Will, however, with her nobles (principes) always be no less devoted to the Emperor than he was willing to decorate the King. Edinburgh, 3 (fn. 2) Kal. Dec. 1544. Signed by Governor Arran.
Lat., copy, p. 1.
30 Nov.680. Henry VIII. to the Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Corp.Ch.Coll.
MS., 114, p. 5.
Cambridge.
Understanding that your master and governor now lies at the point of death, we commend to you our chaplain Dr. Parker for governor, a man of singular grace and industry in bringing up youth in virtue. Westminster, 30 Nov., 36 Henry VIII.
P. 1. Signed with a stamp. Add. at p. 11 (b).
Add. MS.
5,853, f. 124b.
B. M.
2. Modern copy of the above.
P. 1.
30 Nov.681. The Privy Council to Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler.
Shrewsb. MS.
A., p. 171.
Heralds'
College.
Stevenson's
"Selections,"
11.
(Maitl. Club.)
We have received your sundry letters, and therewithal others sent to you by Lord Wharton and Sir George Bowes. The King's answer is College. that the priory of Cannebye, "a house of religion of the coat of Jedworth," may be ordered according to Wharton's device, who shall suppress it as others have been suppressed in England, naming the late prior parson thereof with an honest living out of the lands and bestowing the rest upon ——— Greime, brother to the said prior. Both shall receive from Wharton "as committed unto his free disposition, to the intent they may by that bond the more willingly serve His Highness under him." As to Sir George Bowes, albeit the gift of a whole barony seems much, yet, for his sundry services, the King is content to give it to him and his heirs male, reserving some small yearly rent "to be paid for a knowledge unto his Highness." Westm., 30 Nov. Signed by Wriothesley, Suffolk, Russell, Browne, Cheyne and Paget.
P. 1. Add.
30 Nov.682. [The Privy Council] to Sir Thomas Seymour.
R. O.Mr. Seymour, the King has received your letter and docket of your prizes and is pleased you shall have the wine your own crayer took and bestow the prisoners among the captains; except such as be pilots and the like, not meet to be ransomed. Where you advertise your determination for the bestowing of the ships there and the sending of the prizes hither under conduct of 8 merchant ships; as it should be tedious to write the King's answer thereto you shall send hither in post Sir William Woodhous and John Wynter well instructed of the state of all the ships. [I, the Lord Chancellor, pray you, "in case you break bulk of the prize of your crayer" to let me have a tun of wine thereof, or else out of any of your prizes, for my money, and have written to my steward to wait upon you. Westm., 30 November, at night, 1544.] (fn. 3)
In Paget's hand, pp. 2. Add. Endd. * * Seymour, ultimo Novemb. 1544.
30 Nov.683. Lisle to Henry VIII.
R. O.By his letters of the 25th, signified the pretence of Mons. du Bies to make an incourse into these parts; for which purpose he was then busy at Reu in taking musters. The soldiers and labourers here have since so applied themselves that now no advantage could be taken; for, on declaring the intelligence to the captains and soldiers, every captain with his company has so laboured in mending ramparts, filling mounds and cleansing ditches that, whereas before soldiers would scant work for a groat a day besides their wages, they have done "tw[ice s]o much" for nothing as they did before for money. The readiness of Baseboulloign, as well as the upper town and castle, and the loss of their victuals which were coming from Normandy to Estaples (for the men of Rye or other English subjects have taken 8 or 10 sail laden with wine, bacon, cheese and bread) has disappointed their purpose. Are now in good condition for victuals, with the King's provision and such as are daily brought in to be sold; for the fortifying of Base Boulloign comforts men to resort thither, "so that now it beginneth to be a handsome town again." The ditches and trenches cast about it draw the moisture out of the streets and will prove "a great health and cleanness to the said Baseboulloign." Within ten days the bastillion about the Old Man will be as strong as the rest, if placed with artillery; for which purpose the artillery left here by the master of the ordnance of Calais might remain. Boulloign, last of November. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.: 1544.
30 Nov.684. Shrewsbury and Sadler to the Council.
Add. MS.
32,656, f. 69.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
II., No. 373.
Enclose letters received from the lord Warden of the Middle Marches, by one of which, written from Coldingham, it appears that the Scots are coming to the Borders and will probably bring great ordnance, whereof they will have "cumbersome carriage" at this season. Believe not that they will make any enterprise into England, but rather to Coldingham. Have written to the Wardens.
No money is left here; for with last 5,000l. the garrison's wages were paid for two months, Cesfourd and Farnyherst had 100l., and Sir Wm. Malory for the wages of Berwick that were so long unpaid, 400l.; in all 5,800l., to make up which 260l. had to be taken of Mr. Brandlyng of Newcastle of the money he made by the sale of the King's victuals. Next pay day is 30 Dec., and there is no money for charges which may occur in the meantime. Darneton, 30 Nov. 1544. Signed.
Pp. 2. Add. Endd.
30 Nov.685. J. (fn. 4) Farnyherst and John Ogle to Sir Ralph Evers.
Shrewsb. MS..
A., p. 173 (5).
Heralds'
College.
Stevenson's
"Selections,"
11
(Maitl. Club.)
The Governor [and] Cardinal with the lords of Fyffe and Angus are tonight in Adington, intending, as we wrote, to be at Coldingham. They draw eastward thither, but Hunteley and Argile are not with the Governor. Angus, Glencarne and Cassels with the Westlands men are tonight in Peobles, and have been two nights bypast, but we cannot learn what they will do. As "soon as they intend to come towards Jedburghe or any other place "your lordship shall know. Farnyherst, 30 Nov.
P.S.—If the earl of Angus pass eastward we shall be at your command.
Copy, p. 1. Subscribed as add.: To my lord Warden of the Myddle Merches give this.
30 Nov.686. Edmond Harvel to Henry VIII.
R. O.
St. P., x. 220.
Wrote on the 8th. Letters from Constantinople, of 18 Oct., have come from the Turk to this Signory, declaring great favour to them. The Turk has arrested all Frenchmen's ships and goods, and proceeds very sharply against them. A few days past departed hence a man sent from the French king to the Turk, secretly; whether to renew practices, or for some other cause, is doubtful. The Venetians rage against the French king for condemning their two ships (fn. 5) lately taken to be lost, contrary to the capitulations between them, by which they have liberty to go into England what war soever is between Henry and the French king; "but the Frenchmen are noted t'observe little the faith, league, amity and religion towards all nations." The Bishop has hot practices with this Signory through Cardinal Grimany, who pretends to be here privately; and both Bishop and Signory mistrust the Emperor as much as the French king. The Bishop has granted the General Council to begin at Trent on Lady Day in March next, but men give small credit to its taking effect. There is constant opinion that the Turk will come against Almayne this summer, and is going to Andrinopoly, not to winter, but only to tarry fifteen days. "Here is great fame of the late army which your Majesty hath armed out with great celerity and puissance, which navy is reckoned at this present superior of the seas." God will help you in His rightful cause. Venice, 30 Nov. 1544.
P.S.—It is bruited that a truce is likely to be made between Ferdinando and the Turk; which I cannot believe.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd.
30 Nov.687. Henry Bostoke to John Johnson.
R. O.1544, 30 Nov. in Venitia: – –The familiarity between Johnson and the writer's especial friend, Ric. Whethill, instigates him to write. It is superfluous to relate that they have long since made whole sale of their goods at an honest reckoning; "not perceiving but that we should have made better reckoning hereafter if the laudable ordinance of our Company had permitted the continuance of this said voyage, whereof the impeachment (I beseech Jesus) may not in process of time be more prejudicial to the whole generality than now disprofit to our masters in particularity." The Company know best. Does not himself think this voyage lawful unless free for any honest man of the Company. Wishes that the generality knew the state of "our commodity" here. Has read "that better it is to do a thing and repent than to do it not and repent; praying God we happen upon neither."
Sends a translation of a letter of the Bishop of Rome to the Emperor, (fn. 6) obtained through the secretary of our King's ambassador here. It shows the Bishop's foolishness and fear to be deprived of his pontifical dignity, which is like to come to pass at this Council appointed at Trent, "a town upon the descent of the Mountains three days' journey from hence." A railing clause against our Prince, the Bishop being offended with the league between his Majesty and the Emperor, the writer has omitted as "being neither good nor godly, nor of any purpose, his mouth being no slander." Sends it to Wm. Gyfforde to forward. The letters of Constantinople which arrived yesterday suppose that the Frenchmen shall no longer trade thither, their ambassador being returned to Merselis, having been "highly entertained of the Turk, who made him a banquet whereat was 300 men to serve it, and after the banquet was finished gave the said ambassador the whole plate that served at the same banquet; but if he had tarried a xiiij days longer, that the Turk had known of the peace, he had tarried and his plate also." Another ambassador is said to be now gone thither. The Turk has given the Signory 3,000 or 4,000 ducats that they paid yearly by certain customs, and seeks friends in Christendom while preparing to go against Hongery "and Veyna, the chief town there," this next summer.
Hol., pp. 2. Add. Endd. as answered at Andwerpe the last of March 1545.
688. The Queen's Payments.
R. O."Payments made by bills assigned by the Queen's Highness's Council" since 1 June 36 Hen. VIII.
June, 36 Hen. VIII.—To Mr. Dauncy, gentleman usher, 3 yeomen, 3 grooms and 1 page, for making ready the Queen's lodging at St. James, 14s. 8d. Thos. Boxley yeoman a[lm]oner for necessaries for the Queen's cha[mber], 12s. 8d. William [Coke, gro]me of the Leash, for 8 weeks' boardwages ended 4 June, and for milk, houseroom, straw, &c. for the Queen's gr[ewhounds], 40s. Five yeomen and two grooms riding to Hanworthe at the [christen]ning of the lady Harbertes child, 2 days, 14s. Thos. Becke, for 13 yds. of yellow cotton, 6s. 6d., for trussing the Queen's jewels, and for going for her goldsmith and silkwoman, 12d. Ric. Bell, for going to Oldfourde to fetch the lady Awdeleye's fool to the Court, 12d. John Groves, yeoman messenger, riding to the lord Sowche, seven days, 7s. John Mownton, gardener of Grenewich, for necessaries done about the garden there, . . . (illegible). Mr. Strowde, gentleman usher, 4 yeomen, 2 grooms and 1 page, for making ready the Queen's lodging at Westminster, 10s. 4d. (?) The messenger, for riding with privy seals, 12s. [John Chapman, freemason, for making a beast called a "panter" for the Queen's barge, 20s.] (fn. 7) John Grove, yeoman messenger, riding to Hanworth, 4 days, 4s. Mr. Webbe, riding to Hanworth at the christening of lady Harbertes child, 2 days, 10s. John Hickman and Adam Bretton, yeomen, and Thos. Merlet, groom, going with the Queen's coffers from Westminster to St. James and vice versa, 5s. 4d.; and their hire of a cart for "champ[ber stuff]" 8d. Thomas Adam and Robt. Purser, scavengers of St. Benetts at P[auls] Wharfe, "for the rakers' wages there for 2 years ended at Midsummer," 8s. William Coke, groom of the Leash, for 4 weeks' boardwages ended 2 July, and for milk and other ordinary allowances for the Queen's grewhoundes, 20s. John Grove, yeoman messenger, going for Sir Robt. Acton, Boucher the auditor and Chruche, 3 days, 3s.
July, 36 Hen. VIII.—George Crosier, page of the Privy Chamber, for milk, cream, needles and butter, by him provided from 2 May to 3 July, 8s. 8d. Wm. Hopwode, smith, for attendance upon the Queen's beds, 54 days, 36s. Mr. Godsalve, "for a doublet of crimson satin given him in reward by the Council for his pains taken about the Queen's jointure," 40s. [Sir Wm.] Harper, clerk of the Closet, for necessaries, 12s. 1d. George Edwardes, for riding to certain of the King's houses in Kent "to search the country there for sickness," 2 days, 2s. The crossbow maker, by Giles Bateson, for "oon tyllour, oon paire of chekes, and oon bender, oon new lathe, oon crossbowe case and oon dosen di. of crossbowe stringes for the Queene's grace," 44s. 8d. Mr. Wadham, gentleman usher, and one yeoman usher, going, at Mr. Vicechamberlain's command, to view Hampton Court against the Queen's coming thither, 2 days, 5s. 4d. The same Mr. Wadham, 3 yeomen, 2 grooms and page, making ready there, 14s. 8d. John Hickman and Adam Betton, yeomen, and Ric. Merlet, groom, going with the Queen's coffers from Westminster to Hampton Court, 2s. 8d. Ric. Merlet, yeoman harbinger, for making lodging at Westm., St. James, Westm. again, and Hampton Court, 9s. John Grove, yeoman messenger, riding from Westminster to Hanworthe to the lady Harbert, 2 days, 2s. Amyas Hill, yeoman of the Chamber, riding to Otelonde, Wynsore and the Moor, to search the coasts there for sickness, 3s. Thos. Bek, for necessaries, 7s. 2d.; also riding to London on 24 and 25 July, 2s. Robt. Kyrton, master of the Queen's barge, for serving her Grace and her maids to Hampton Court with two barges, 33s. Wm. Coke, boardwages for the month ended 30 July, and necessaries for the grewhounds, 20s.
August.—Amyas Hill, riding to Oking and Gylford to search the country there for sickness, 12d. Mr. Dauncy, gentleman usher, 3 yeomen, 2 grooms and 1 page, making ready the Queen's lodging at Richmont, 12 and 13 Aug., 14s. 8d. John Ilond, riding to Ampthill for a horse, 4 days, 4s. Brian Leighe, going to Westm. to warn the master of the barge to bring it to Hampton Court, 2s. Kyrton, master of the barge, for serving the Queen with the close barge to the earl of Harford's house and the lady Harbert from Thisleworth to Westm., 33s. 8d.; also attending the Queen with the barges at her going to the christening of the earl of Hartford's child and lying one night at Richmont, 6l. 8s. 8d. Henry Freere, yeoman of the bottles, for 10 bottles bought for the Queen, 3s. 4d., and boathire from Westminster to Putney, when she removed from Westm. to Hampton Court, 8d. Wm. Coke (as before) for the month ended 27 Aug., 20s. Mr. .Dauntesye, gentleman usher, 3 yeomen, 3 grooms and 1 page making ready the Queen's lodging at Oking, 14s. 8d. John Hickman, Adam Betton and Thos. Merlet going with the Queen's coffers from Hampton Court to Oking . . . (illegible).
September.—Wm. Hopwoode, smith of the beds, for his attendance upon the same from 21 July to 1 Sept., 28s. Mr. Dawncey, for going before to cause reparations to be made at Oking upon the Queen's chamber and the Prince's and other chambers, 10s. Mr.Marmaduke Nevell, with 4 yeomen, 2 grooms and 1 page, making Murtelake ready against the Queen's coming, 7s. 8d.; and likewise preparing for the Queen's coming to B[y]flete, 29 Aug., 7s. 4d. Mr. Dawncey, 3 yeomen, 3 grooms and 1 page preparing against the Queen's coming to Gylforde, 4 Sept., 7s. 4d. Maurice Tether sent to the Queen's silkwoman to London, 12d. Edw. Fox, riding to London from Byflet with the Queen's "clocke" to be amended, 3 days, 3s. John Grove, riding with the Queen's "letters for arrerages," 24 days, 24s. Ant. Moor, riding to Waltham Eorest, 2 days, 2s. Ric. Marlot, harbinger, for making lodging for the Queen's train at Oking, 3 days, 3s. Mr. Nevell, gentleman usher, 3 yeomen, 2 grooms, and 1 page, making ready for the Queen's coming to Chobham, 7s. 8d. Robt. Clotworthe, carrying a stag from Oking to the duchess of Richmounte and riding for Peter Richardson, the Queen's goldsmith, 6s. 4d. John Brampton, riding into Essex to make enquiry of sickness there, 4s. Jas. Stamforde, riding into Kent to make enquiry of sickness there, 4s. Morrys Tydder, carrying a stag from Oking to the Master of the Rolls and others at London, 2 days, and hire of a horse and a pair of panniers to carry it, 4s. Brian Lee, yeoman of the Chamber, carrying half a stag to the lady Henneige, 2s. John Grove, riding with a stag from Oking to the lady Harteforde, 2s. Wm. Alyn, groom of the stable, riding to Langley and Old Wynsour for the keepers of the toil, and to Gylforde for a buck and a doe for the Queen, 2s. Ant. Moore, going from Oking to Cheynes, and thence to London, to lady Russell and lady Seyntjone, with 2 bucks, 4s. 8d. John Walys riding with a buck to the lady of Hampton, to the lieutenant of the Tower with a buck, to Mrs. Denye with half a stag and a buck, and riding with warrants to Mr. Stafforton and to Mote Park, at the Master of the Horse's command, 10s. 8d. Robt. Kyrton, bringing a great boat to Hampton Court for venison to be shipped to the King at Bulleyn, 13s. 4d. Mr. Secretary, riding from Oking to London to deliver 400l. to Peter Richardson, the Queen's goldsmith, for certain her affairs, "and to speak with Nicholas Cratesere and others about the same affairs," 5 days, 33s. 4d. Mr. Strowde, gentleman usher, 4 yeomen, 2 grooms and one page making ready the Queen's lodging at Hampton Court, 2 days, 15s. 4d. Hugh Lighe, "searching the country about Grenwich, Eltam, Otford, Darteforde and Knoll by the space of three days for sickness," by the Lord Chamberlain's command, 3s. Wm. Coke (as before) to 24 Sept., 20s. Mr. Strowde riding before to peruse the houses of St. James and Enfylde, 4 days, 20s. Armell Green, searching the country about Wynsour and Moor for sickness and riding to London with letters to the lord Chancellor, by the Lord Chamberlain's command, 6s. Andrew Wadham, gentleman usher, going before to Syon from Oking to peruse and repair, six days, 30s. Mr. Strowde, 4 yeomen, 2 grooms and one page making ready the Queen's lodging at Beddington, two days, 15s. 4d. Thos. Whyte, making lodging for the Queen's train at Beddington, 3 days, 3s. Mr. Strowde, &c., making ready at Eltham, two days, 14s. 8d. John Weyvante, riding to St. James and Enfyld to see things ready for the Queen, 4s. Mr. Cornwalles, gentleman usher to the lady Elizabeth, "riding at her Grace's commandment to the christening of Mr. Cotton's child," from Oking to Penne, 3 days, 5s. James Sympson, "supplying the room of a gentleman usher at the christening of Mrs. Hutton's child," 3 days, 12s. Mr. Wadham, etc., making ready at Nonesuche for the Queen's dining there, 7s. 4d. John Hickman, Adam Betton and one groom going with the Queen's coffers from Oking to Beddington and to Eltham, 5s. 4d. Ric. Marlot, harbinger, making lodgings at Hampton Court and Eltham, 5 days, 5s. John Penn "riding to Folston, Saltwoode and other of the King's Majesty's houses in Kent, searching if the country there were clear," 7 days, 7s. Ric. Bell, riding to Syon and London at the lord Chamberlain's commandment, 3s. Mr. Wadham, etc., making ready at Otforde, two days, 14s. 8d.
October.—Thos. Becke, for things for the Privy Chamber, viz., 3 geese for Jane Foole 16d., hempseed for the parrots 16d., cream 4d., wool 6d., mending the parrots's perch 4d., 3 gallons of milk 12d., 2 gallons of cream 8d., borrowing of vessel occupied for the Queen at Otforde 6d., cream at Leeds 2d., and a hen for Jane Foole 6d. The pages bf the Privy Chamber for "bowes and erbes" (boughs and herbs?) by them provided for the Privy Chamber from May Day until Michaelmas, 50s. 8d. John Walles, riding with a letter to the lord Prince's Council, by command of the lord Chamberlain, 2s. Henry Seymour, Hen. Johnes, Geo. Harbert, and Jas. Sympson, gentlemen, for their attendance upon the lady Elizabeth at Eltham and thence to Beddington, 3 days, 60s. Like attendance of John Walles, Robert Clotworthe, Wm. Savage, and Mores Tether, grooms of the chamber, 12s. Mr. Wadham, &c., making ready at Otforde, 14s. 8d. John Hickman and Adam Betton, yeomen, and Thos. Marlot, groom, for taking 2 carts with the Queen's coffers from Eltham to Otforde, thence to Leedes, thence to Otforde and thence to Greenwich, 4 days, 5s. 8d. Mr. Wadham, &c., making ready at Ledes Castle, 15s. 4d., Ric. Bell for labourers to mend the ways betwixt Eltham, Otforde and Leedes, "and for guides," 11s. 4d. Thos. Meverell, groom of the Beds, tarrying behind with the Queen's stuff at Otforde, 3 days, 2s. 6d. Mr. Wadham, &c., making ready for the Queen's dinner at Mayerwood, "Mr. of the Rowles howse," 1 day, 7s. 4d.; likewise at Allington Castle 7s. 4d.; likewise at Foteschray 7s. 8d. Mr. Strowde, &c., making ready the Queen's lodging at Greenwich, 14s. 8d. Ric. Merlote, harbinger, making lodgings at Otforde and Leedes for the Queen's train, 5s. Brian Lee, Geo. Edwardes and Amyas Hill, attending the lady Elizabeth, 3 days, by the lord Chamberlain's commandment, 9s. Morrice Ludlow, groom of the chamber, riding at the Master of the Horse's command with a cast of falcons from Eltham to the master of the Queen's hawks, with hawksmeat and hire of one to help to carry the falcons; 9 days, 12s. 4d. Ric. Merlot and Thos. White making lodging for the Queen's train at Greenwich and Westminster, 6s. Mr. Wadham, &c., making ready at Westminster, 15s. 4d. Mr. Secretary, "being sent in post by the Queen's Highness to the King's Majesty from Eltham to Westinghanger, for his charges, horsehire and a guide thither and back again," 24s. 1d. John Hickman, Adam Betton a,nd Thos. Marlot, taking the Queen's coffers from Greenwich to Westm., 2s. 8d. Sir Wm. Harper, priest, clerk of the closet, "as well for the hire of carts at sundry removings as for the Letany and Book of Psalmes for the Queen's Grace, with other necessaries by him done appertaining to the closet ut per bill.," 19s. 4d. Mr. Frytton riding from Oking to London "for certeyn the Queen's Graces ffurde gownes from Baynardes" and from Eltham to London for pins, starch and other necessaries, 4s. 6d. Mr. Bonam, riding to the Prince at the Queen's command, 2 days, 10s. Wm. Coke (as before) to 22 Oct. 20s. Paid 31 Oct. to the yeoman almoner for necessaries for the Queen's chamber, viz., "3 wypers, 2 great juggs, 2 half tubbes, 2 whyte rounde baskettes," 21s.
November.—John Morley, sumpterman "for his ch[arges going] with the sumpter horse from Ok[ing for certain] gowns for the Queen's [Grace from Ba]ynardes Castell" 2s. 8d. Mr. Worsley being to London divers times about the Queen's affairs, 58 days, 116s. ———Breaks of abruptly.
Fragment (?) pp. 14.
689. Supplies for the Wars.
Hatfield MS.
36, No. 21.
[Cal. Of
Cecil MSS.,
Pt. i., 189.]
Haynes'
St.Papers, 54.
"A note of the defraying of victuals for Bulloyn, Callais, etc., with the discourse of the Parliament."
The monthly cost of wages, victuals and fortifications at Bulloyn 6,000l., at Calais, Guisnes, Hampnes and the Marches 3,000l., against Scotland 3,000l., for sea matters 3,000l.; so that the six months from December to May make 90,000l. besides 10,000l. for munitions to be provided, and 4,000l. for Ireland, all to be fully paid before 1 May. To defray this the subsidy will produce 100,000l. less 40,000l. "for the debt." "And so, the Parliament going forward, there will lack of the sum aforesaid, 64,000l."
Parliament begins 1 Feb. and cannot end before the last of Feb., so that the people cannot well know what must be paid before the end of March, and the money cannot be levied and brought up under two months; for in "these last taxes of the first and second part of the subsidy" they have five months at least "and yet cannot be brought to pay their money." A number who were able to pay last year are now decayed and such as are increased in riches shall pay no more than they did. The dearth of all things will appear "the rather" here because of the great assembly to the Parliament and the burden will lie upon such as cannot pay. The trouble and expense to noblemen and others in coming up here instead of preparing at home to serve in the wars and the trouble that would ensue upon an attack by the enemies during Parliament. Advantages of a benevolence (which would produce 50,000l. or 60,000l. and not grieve the common people) and of deferring Parliament until Michaelmas, when the season must shortly cause an abstinence of war and the subsidy "might be asked in such sort as is devised," and will be willingly paid, even "if the peace fortune before Michaelmas."
As to the matter of the succession, "undoubtedly a marvellous great matter," we trust that God will preserve his Majesty and send him time enough for that and other things.
Thus there will be for the other half year, June to November, of the benevolence 50,000, of the "anticipation" 40,000l., of sales of lands 40,000l.
In Paget's hand, pp. 5.
Hatfield MS.
201, No. 47.
[Cal. Of Cecil
MSS. Pt. i.,
201.]
2. Victuals to be provided monthly within various shires and transported to Boulogne; for 5 months beginning November.
Pp. 2.
690. Grants in November, 1544.
1. William Goodyng alias Goodwyn, of Wryttell, Essex. Grant, for 465l. 8s. paid to the treasurer of Augmentations and 1,081l. 18s. 0½d. to the treasurer of the Chamber, of the manor of Puryton, Soms.,—Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted; the manor of Sabrychesworthe alids Sabritheford alias Sabrysford alias Sabbesford alias Sabrysforth, Herts, and lands called Le Breche and Monkenden with the tithes thereon and meadows called Morehokes and Gardinour Meade in Cholsey, Berks, in tenure of Ric. Piott,— Redyng; numerous messuages, orchards, &c. (specified) in Lottesham, Soms., in tenure of Wm. Helyat, John Gregory, Wm. Corpe, John Gryce, John Mogge, Wm. Hicdon, Thos. Style, and John Chapell—Glastonbury; a fulling mill called Buscum Myll, &c,, in Leedes parish, Kent, in tenure of John Cooke,— Leedys priory; a rent of 40s. and service from two tenements of John Warner called le Cocke and le Sterre in the parish of St. Dennis Bacchurche, London,— Christchurch priory, London; a messuage, &c., within the close of the late priory of Clerkenwell, in tenure of Hen. Polsted, and houses, &c., specified within the precinct of that priory in tenure of Humph. Stanley and Jas. Robynson, clks., beside the stable of Ric. Pagethere, —Clerkenwell; the advowson of the free chapel of St. Katharine in Frome, Soms., —Walter lord Hungerford; a messuage, &c., within St. Botolph's parish, Norwich, in tenure of Thos. Browne,—Horsham St. Faith's; a messuage, &c., in Lothburye in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Little, London, in tenure of Patrick Prones,— Thomas Crumwell earl of Essex; lands called Saltemedys in the parish of Harnehyll, Kent, in tenure of Philip Potter,— Feversham; three messuages, &c., within the precinct of Clerkenwell priory in tenure of Jas. Bulleyn, John Ruffald and Joan Holme, widow.— Clerkenwell; the manor of Allerpeverell, Devon, and a chief messuage called Peverstonberton and lands in Allerpeverell in tenure of Wm. More, Dorothy his wife and Richard their son,—Henry late duke of Richmond and Somerset; rent of 26s. and service from lands in Estleneham, Kent, in tenure of Hen. Hussey and his coparcioners, —Boxley; lands called Horsoppes in Graveney parish, Kent, in tenure of Robt. Derling, and lands specified in Feveraham, Ore and Luddenham, Kent, in tenure of Ric. Dryland and John his son,—Feversham; lands and a weir in Estbermeling alias Estbrumeling, Kent, and a rood of land in the place called Saynt Helenes Weyers in Estfarleighe, Kent, in tenure of Robt Stones, forfeited by Robt. Freche alias Frenche; lands in Olderumeney, in the place called le Sumpe, Kent, and the way there in custody of Wm. Charde, which escheated to the Crown; lands in Farleigh, Kent, in custody of Robt. Pyend forfeited by the attainder of Robt. Bryght of felony; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Stoke, Kent, which belonged to Boxley mon.; nine messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, London, in tenure of Ant. Vauxe and others (named), which belonged to Christchurch priory, London; and the manor of Towneland in Woodchurche parish, Kent. which belonged to Thomas Crumwell earl of Essex. Del. Westm., 1 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Sewster and Bacon). Pat. p. 22, m. 18.
2. Wm. Awchon. Lease, for 20 mks., of pasture in Keingham Marshe, called Newlond and le Brigland, within the lordship of Brustwyk in Holdernes, and a sheepcot called Westcote and lands called Westcotelandes and Name Croft in Keingham Marshe, Yorks., parcel of the lands of Edward duke of Buckingham, attainted; for 21 years, at 18l. rent. Del. Westm., 4 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 18, m. 10.
3. Thomas Bromeley, King's serjeant at law. To be a justice of King's Bench. Del. Westm., 4 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. Pat. P. 22, m. 25.
4. James Hales. To be one of the King's serjeants at law. Del. Westm., 4 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 24, m. 7.
5. Robert Curson and John Pope. Grant, in fee to Curson, for 1,264l. paid by him, of fourteen messuages. &c., (tenants named) in St. Saviour's parish in Southwark, Surr., lands called Horsemonger Lande in the said parish of St. Saviour, in tenure of Wm. Rutter, and lands in Newyngton parish, Surr., in tenure of Thos. Bulley,—St. Mary Overey; two messuages. &c., in the parish of St. George in Southwark in tenure of Peter Golde (between tenements of John Wilson, smith, on the north and Wm. Grenewode, "brasyer," on the south), and a tenement in the parish of St. George in Southwark, late in tenure of Simon Dryver and now of John Dytlynge,—Merton, Surr.; messuages, &c., in the parish of St. George, Southwark, in tenure of Nic. Panton, and in the parish of St. Saviour in tenure of Ric. Frogett and John Symmes,—St. Mary Overey; messuages in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, London, in tenure of Wm. Fox (in Groubstrete) and Ric. Gates (late Thos. Kellessell),—Hallywell, near London; a tilehouse, &c., in the parish of St. Helen, in tenure of Ric. Berde,—St. Helen's priory; eleven messuages. &c. (tenants named) in the parish of St. Mary Wolchurche, London, a, shop in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene in the Old Fishery, in tenure of Thos. Lucas, twenty five messuages. &c. (tenants named) in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, and a stable and tenement called the Rose there in tenure of Jas. Manghame, sixteen messuages, &c. (tenants named) in the parish of St. Leonard, Shordyche, and two messuages in Hallywell Street in the same parish in tenure of Maurice Knevett, and a messuage in tenure of Thos. and Marg. Stowley and five in tenure of Wm. Upchurche in the same parish, and one in Hallywell Street there, in tenure of Thos. Harryngton,—Halywell nunnery; a messuage, &c., called le Whight Hart in the parish of St. Michael at Quynhith, in tenure of Robt. Chaffonte, an inn called le Swanne, &c., in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in tenure of Nic. Cooke, six messuages in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate in tenure of John Browne, Anne Pynckeney, George Sympson and three others (named), and eight (tenants named) in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate,—Charterhouse near London; nine messuages (tenants named) in the parish of St. Michael in Hogen Lane, and three in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldgate,—Monories priory; a messuage, &c., in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, late in tenure of John Alayn and now of John Tylman, a garden there late in tenure of John Tylman and now of Robt. Danyell. and another adjoining it in the parish of Clerkenwell, Midd., late in tenure of Thos. Shether and now of Edw. Syall. and messuages, &c., there in tenure of Edw. Syall and Robt.Hornedale, —Clerkenwell priory; a messuage, &c.. in the parish of St. Leonard Eschepe, late in tenure of Wm. Carter or Cuttler, and now of John Partriche, and another in tenure of John Dalton,—St. Saviour's of Bermondsey; nine messuages in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate in tenure of Henry Chamberleyn (two of them lying southwards beside the gate leading from Tower Hill in Est Smythfeld, Midd., to Saynt Kateryns, another of them called le Goldyrig Cock adjoining the remainder of them which are situated upon the highway leading from Tower Hill towards Ratclyff), and lands called le Osyer Yarde in the parish of St. Botolph aforesaid, in tenure of John Machison, basket maker,—Graces beside the Tower. Del. [Westm.], 5 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Hendle and Bacon). Pat. p. 10, m. 1.
6. John Wylde, of Canterbury, and Stephen Motte, of Feversham, Kent. Grant, in fee (for 697l. 20d. paid to the treasurer of Augmentations, and 6l. 13s. 4d. to the treasurer of the Chamber), of the lordship or manor of Lydencourte alias Lydcourte, Kent, which the King obtained from the dean and chapter of Canterbury Cathedral; a tenement, &c., in the parish of ——— (blank) near Baynardes Castell, London, in tenure of Nic. Tyrrye, which belonged to Woobornemon., Beds., and came to the King by the attainder of Robt. Hobs abbot there; all tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Woolchurche. London, in tenure of Robt. Kyrke, which belonged to St. Augustines mon., near Canterbury. Del. Westm., 5 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle. Hendle and Duke. with a note by North explaining an alteration in the text). Pat. p. 17, m. 18.
7. Sir Richard Lee, general receiver of revenues of wards and liveries. Annuity of 40 mks. out of the site of the manor of Kennardington alias Kennarton, and lands in Kent which belonged to Richard Hoorne. dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of Henry s. and h. of the said Richard; with wardship and marriage of the heir. Del.Westm., 5 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 22, m. 13.
8. Robert Storye, the King's servant. Annuity of 8d. a day. Del. Westm., 5 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (endd.: "at th'erle of Essex sute"). Pat. p. 23, m. 7.
9. Henry Bayse. To be chief sculptor of the irons of the mint within the Tower of London, with 20l. a year. Del. Westm., 5 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 24, m. 7.
10. Edw. Watson. Lease of the rent of assise of the whole town of Rokingham, Ntht., and the demesne lands of the town and certain crofts there now or late in tenure of John Chapman, Rog. Staynes and Robt. Parisshe (between messuages of John Mey and Robt. Presgrave), all which are parcel of the duchy of Cornwall in co. Ntht; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 6 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 22, m. 10.
11. William Staunford, general attorney of the Court of General Surveyors. Grant, in fee, for 160l., of the lordship and manor of Pype alias Pypehall, Warw., parcel of the lands called Warwikes lands and Spencers lands. Del. 7 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII (place not named). —S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 10, m. 25.
12. Thomas Barneys, the King's servant. To be keeper of the little park of Westhorpe. Suff., and of the game there, vice Hen Johnson, dec. Del. Westm., 7 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (endd.: "at the suit of my lord of Suff.") Pat. p. 19, m. 25.
13. William Skeffyngton. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Thos. Skeffyngton and of Margaret his wife, d. and h. of Edm. Stanop. Del. Westm., 8 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewester). Pat. p. 1, m. 38.
14. William Bysshop, of Bredy, Dors., and John Hyde, of London. Grant, in fee, for 269l. 13s. 4d., of the lordship and manor of Chilcombe, Dors.,—Buklande priory, Soms.; a fulling mill and garden adjoining called Knyght Bridge, &c., formerly in tenure of Simon Store, dec., and now of Nic. Lange in Estaston, in Mydleton parish, Hants,—Wherwell; a messuage and five acres of land late in tenure of Nic. and Jonn Savage and afterwards of Wm. Staundysshe in Lydyarde Episcopi, Soms., which Peter Basell alias Rosell purchased, and which are in the King's hands because purchased by the said Peter, an alien born who had not then obtained the King's protection. Del. Westm., 8 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Duke and Caryll). Pat. p. 10, m. 24.
15. John Beer and Henry Laurence. Grant, for 891l. 10s. 8d., of a messuage, wharf, &c., in le Hithstrete in Dertford parish, Kent, in tenure of Ric. Alexander, a messuage and garden there near le Hithe in Dertforde late in tenure of Cecilia Frende and now of Ellen Rogers, and numerous other messuages. &c. (specified) in Dertforde, in tenure of Wm. Assheforde (late of John Hacche), Wm. Lycores (late Ric. Faunte), Edw. Edington (late Ric. Faunte), John Ball, John Stace, chaplain of the chantry of St. Mary de Stanpittys, Agnes Hebgood, Wm Pikeman (late Ric. Rawlyn), John Michell (late John Elenden). lady Mary Walden, widow, Rog. Bocher (late John Hall), Ric. Hucchinson (late John Aleyn), John Holingworth (late Ric. Hawse), Wm. Brasier (late Arnold Weasettes), John Thomson, John Trevisham, Chr. Cherston, barber. John Rogers, John Kyrkeman, Ric. Forrest, Walt. Belamy, Harman Srout, John Hudson, Rog. Brande (late Thos. Lande, Hen. Brownyng late John Gyll), Hen. Bedam, Thos. Parker. John Jenkyn, Ancet Gyles Ric. Olyver (the farm. manor and messuage called Aleyns). Nic. Galabrande, Ric. Flynte, Edw. Stoughton, Wm. Hills (late John Bulfynche), Hen. Coobbe, John Copynger, Margery Torvey (late Margery Cooke), John Hudson (late Hugh Serle), Thos. Makyn, clk., (beside St. Edmund's chantry), Hen. Bremyngton, and Ric. Trewe and Chr. Stulpp (late Ric. Trewe and John Tapper, five cottages which were granted to Dertford priory by Rog. Rotheley, lands (specified; in tenure of Ric. Olyver in the parishes of Dertford and Stone. lands (specified) in Dertford in tenure of John Ketyll, Rog. Brande, Ancett Gyles, Ric. Flynte (late John Rankhorne and John Crosbye), John Thomson, Wm. Hilles, John Taylour, Nic. Warrenne, Thos. Stanley and John Beer, and lands (specified) in Wilmington, Kent, in tenure of John Taylour and Thos. Stanley,—Derford priory; meadows or marshes in the parish of Stone beside Dertford in tenure of the said John Beer, and the marsh called Rowmershe in the Saltmershe in Stone,—Sir Thos. Wyott; two acres of land in which a lime kiln is built within the parish of Brygge, Kent, in tenure of Robt. Chese, and rents and lands (specified) within the parish of Brygge in tenure of Thos. and John Laurence and Robt. Darknoll parcel of the lordship of Langport, Kent,—St. Augustine's; amessuage and grange called Marre Grange within the parishes of Marre. Brodesworth and Bentley, Yorks., in tenure of George Handeley,—Roche; two messuages, &c., in Bekyngham, Notts, which belonged to Brodholme priory, in tenure of Wm. Marshall and Thos. Ellys; and a messuage, &c., in Walkeringham, Notts, in tenure of Wm. Smyth,—Worsoppe priory.
To hold the premises in Brygge, parcel of the lordship of Langporte, in fee to the said Laurence and the rest in fee to the said Beer. Del. Westm., 8 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Bradshawe and Chydley). Pat. p. 24. m. 11.
16. Robert Grove. Warrant (to the escheator of London) for livery of lands as brother and heir of Thos. Grove, dec., who died seised of messuages in the parish of St. Andrew Undershafte, London, worth 40s. a year. Dated 20 Oct. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 Nov.—S.B. (signed by Hynde, Lee and Sewster).
17. James Foxe. Annuity of 26s. 8d. out of lands in Yorkshire which belonged to Richard Lasselles, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of Anne, d. and h. of the said Richard; with wardship and marriage of the said heiress. Del. Westm., 11 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (countersigned by St. John). Pat, p. 22, m. 22.
18. William Pynnok. Lease of all the watermills in Olney, Bucks, in tenure of Thos. Lawe, parcel of the lands of the late earl of Warwick called Warwikes londes and Spencers londes; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle) Pat. p. 18, m. 10.
19. Lord Chancellor Wriothesley and Jane his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Wriothesley. for 1,318l. 18s. 4½d., of the manor of Micheldever. Hants, the warren of coneys called Godwyns Downe in Micheldever, tithes from the great meadow in Micheldever and pasture for 20 sheep, &c., there in tenure of John Smyth. Joan his wife and John their son, and woods in Micheldever called Stonwey Coppys (16 ac.), Gryndelles Coppys (20 ac.), Harflete Coppys (30 ac.) and eight other woods (names and extents given); all which belonged to Hyde mon. Del. Westm., 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North. Sir Robt. Southwell. Moyle, Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 22, m. 25.
20. Thos. Adyngton. Warrant for livery of lands as s. and h. of Thos. Adyngton, who died, 13 Dec. 35 Hen. VIII., seised of the "manor of Chigwell or Graunge," Essex, worth 3l.10s. yearly. Dated 10 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 Nov.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster). In English.
21. Sir Edward Mountagu, chief justice. Grant, in fee, for 401l. 5s. 10d., of the manor and the advowson of the rectory of Luddington alias Lullington, Ntht., with appurtenances in Luddington, Warmyngton. Papley and Kyngesthorp alias Kynnesthorpe, Ntht.,—Peterborough; a messuage. &c., in Folkesworth, Hunts, in tenure of Thos. Radborne, and rents and service from lands of the said Sir Edward and of Thos. Curtwys in Folkesworth, —preceptory of Temple Brewer, Line., and St. John's of Jerusalem; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Hemyngton, Ntht.,—St. Neot's priory, Hunts; lands in Armeston and Kyngesthorpe, Ntht., in tenure of John Robery, —Thorney, Camb.; the manor of Borowe alias Berowe, alias Erdebrugh, Leic.,— Kyrby Bellers priory, Leic.; a pension of 30s. out of the rectory of Borowe alias Berowe alias Erdebrugh,—Langeley priory, Leic.; and the advowson of the said rectory and a pension of 13s. 4d out of it,—Oulveston abbey or priory (sic), Leic. Del. Westm., 14 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere. North, Moyle, Sir Robt. Southwell, Whorwood and Sewster). Pat. p. 6, m. 1.
22. Roger and Thomas Chaloner, the King's servants. Grant of the office of one of the tellers of the receipt of the Exchequer. Westm., 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 11.
23. Fiats for the appointment of escheators, viz.:—
Henry Hoberd in cos. Norf. and Suff.
Thos. Walton in cos. Carnb. and Hunts.
Robt. Mordant in cos. Essex and Herts.
Each del. Westm., 15 Nov. 36 Hen.
VIII.—S.B. (signed by Lord Treasurer Norfolk).
24. Paul Gresharn and Francis Bolderoo, of London. Grant, in fee, for 174l. 2s. 8d., of a mansion and three gardens, &c., within the site of the late Black Friars, London, in tenure of Sir Edm. Benyngfelde, an entrance called "le entre" annexed to "le gallerye" of lady Anne Greye (dimensions specified) and certain chambers, &c., in tenure of lady Anne Grey, widow, within the same site, a mansion, &c., next that of Agnes Fox. in tenure of John Perient within the said site, a mansion and wharf, &c., in the parish of St Andrew beside the Wardrobe, in tenure of John Hamond, and a messuage. &c., there in tenure of Anne Parteriche; all which belonged to the said Black Friars. Del. Westm., 16 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury,Westminster, Petre. Bakere, North, Moyle, Bacon and Chydley). Pat. p. 10, m. 22.
25. William Burnell. Grant, in fee, for 337l. 14s. 6d., of messuages, &c., in tenure of Sir Wm. Petre, Wm. Bedell and five others (named) in Aldersgate Strete in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate. London. Four messuages, &c., in tenure of Geo. Rowley and Bernard Garret in the same parish, and rent and service from a tenement formerly of Gilbert Egleston and afterwards of the Sadlers Company in the parish of St. Alban in Woodstrete,—St. Bartholomew's in West Smithfield; the advowsons of the rectories of Southes, Suss., and Egemond, Salop.—(former owners not given); a pension of 30s. out of Egemond rectory,— Shrewsbury; a messuage, &c., in tenure of Ric. Baynarde in the parish of St. Mildred in Fyshstrete. London,—Notley, Bucks; a pasture called Copenhull (45 ac.), in tenure of Ric. Cleyton beside Shittyngton, Warw.—Pollesworth; the reversion of the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Bumstead Helyon, alias Bumpsted Helyon, Essex, granted to Sir Ric. Long, for life, by pat. of 28 April 34 Hen. VIII,—hospital of Thomas Becket in Southwark, Surr., and priory of Hatfelde Brodacke, Essex; lands in tenure of Peter Gadesby, Ric. Derker Wm. Damaske alias Browne, Wm. Bloxome and Robt. Hynde in Normanton, Notts, and in tenure of Wm. Borrowe in Goteham, Notts, and rent from lands late of Wm. Borrowe in Sutton Bunnyngton, Notts,— Durham. Del. Westm., 18 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, Chydley and Duke). Pat. p 10, m. 16.
26. Nicholas Bacon. solicitor of Augmentations. Grant, in fee, for 785l. 5s. 7½d., of the lordship and manor of Rykynghall alias Westhall, alias Nether Rykynghall, Suff., rents payable to the bailiff of Blakeborne hundred by tenants of that manor, tithes in Rykynghall in tenure of John Moryce, the advowson of the rectory of Nether Rykynghall, and all appurtenances of the said manor in Rykynghall, Over Rykynghall, Nether Rykynghall, Fenneham, Fennyngham, Walshame. Westhorpe, Wyverston and Wattlesfelde, Suff., and woods called Westhall Wood, Shorte Hasell Wood and Aylmeris Wood (129 ac.) in Rykynghall, —Bury St. Edmunds; the rectories and chapels and the advowsons of the vicarages of Owerwhitacre. Nether Whiteacre and le Lee, Beds (sic),—Markeyate priory.
Also grant, in fee, for 61l. 7s., of the reversion of fifteen messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate, London, which Thos Smythe, page of the Chamber, holds for life,—Kyrkestede. Del. Westm., 18 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Hendle and Duke). Pat. p. 10, m. 19.
27 Anthony Welden, clerk of the King's larder, and Anne his wife. Lease of the site, &c., of the manor of Swannescombe, Kent; for 21 years. Westm., 14 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 18 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 18, m. 31.
28. Sir Richard Lee, of St. Albans, Herts, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 2,122l. 17s., of the manors of Langley Abbots and Newlane Squillers alias Newlane, Herts, lands called Richardes and Alisaunders, in tenure of Wm. Chylde in the parish of Langley Abbots, lands known as Newlane Squillers alias Newlane in the town of St, Alban's, a watermill called Hunton Mille, with a piece of void ground called a wyke or meadow plot, &c., in tenure of Thos. Kettyll in Langley Abbots, woods called Richard Wyke (4½ ac.), Huettes Copp. (43 ac.), Hieghe Grove, North Grove (2 ac.) Langley Busshes (2 ac.) and Langley Burye Greate Wood (22 ac.) in Langley Abbots, — St. Albans; the manor of Wynnall, Warw., in the parish of Holy Trinity, Coventry, messuages, &c., in tenure of Chr. Raymont and six others (named) and numerous lands (specified and tenants named) in the same parish and a wood called Wynnall Wood (84 ac.) there,—Coventry priory; the grange of Walkeringham alias Walkringham, Notts, and other lands (specified) in Walkeringham, lately in tenure of John Stocome, Ric. Kyghley, and Wm. Andreton and afterwards leased to Jas. Ryder and Kath. his wife, and Robt. Williamson and Eliz. His wife,—Roche, Yorks.; messuages, &c. (specified and tenants named) in various streets of St. Albans and in Walbroke, London (in tenure of the wardens of the parish church of Bowe there) the rectory of Cotycote, Herts, a moiety of the manor of Cotes, Beds, and the advowson of the vicarage of Cotycote,—Soppewell priory. Del. Westm., 18 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Whorwood and Sewster). Pat. p. 24, m. 8.
29. Wm. Wygston. Fiat for his appointment as escheator of cos. Warw. and Leic. Del. Westm., 18 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Lord Treasurer Norfolk).
30. Francis Pygott. Grant, in fee, for 698l. 6s., of the reversion of a warren of coneys in the parish of Sowthiell called Rowney Warren (except the coneys in a place called le Indelond) which Augustine abbot of Wardon, Beds, granted, 2 Oct. 11 Hen. VIII., to Michael (now Sir Michael) Fyssher and John his son for life, in survivorship; also grant of the said warren of Rowney alias Rowndehay in the parish of Sowthiell alias Southievyll, Beds, and the ground of the same, the manor and grange of Rowney, in tenure of Wm. Rolte with fields, &c. (names and extent given) in Sowthiell parish, and two messuages there in tenure of John Gardener, called Gastlyns and Doys House, and a wood called Beales Grove in Sowthiell, all which belonged to Wardon mon. Del. Westm., 19 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Hendleand Sewster). Pat. p. 12, m. 16 (dated 29 Nov. .
31. John Goldewell, one of the gentlemen sewers of the King's Chamber. Lease of the Hall Field and other demesne lands of the manor of Brustwik within the lordship of Holderness, Yorks., for forty years. This on surrender of an indenture 10 March 3 Hen. VIII., by which Edward duke of Buckingham, attainted, made a similar lease to Roger Goldewell, of Lylley in Holderness. Westm.. 17 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 19 Nov.— P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 14. In English.
32. Thomas Palmer. Livery of lands as son and next heir of Robert Palmer, dec. Del. Westm., 20 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewester). Pat. p. 5, m. 26.
33. Sir Ralph Bulmer, jun., and John Thynne. Grant, in fee, for 538l. 19s. 7d., of the reversion of the house and site of Basedale priory, Yorks., and lands (specified; leased with it 26 Nov. 31 Hen. VIII. to Wm. Snowball, for 21 years, and the rent reserved on that lease,—Basedale. Also grant of the manor of Marton in Cleveland, Yorks., lands (specified) in Tolledbye in Cleveland, in tenure of Jas. Blakeburne, in Merton and Tollesbye in tenure of Chr. Hardyngdale, Wm. Wright, John Typladye, Hen. Milner, and Eliz. Jowcye, lands in tenure of Hen. Lasynby in Westmerton, rent of 16d. from lands of Chr. Burghe in Merton and Tollesby, and lands in tenure of Thos. Hudson and John Harte in Tollesbye; the site and chief messuage of the manor or grange of Skelderskewghe in Colmandale in Gysborne parish, in tenure of John Hudson, and messuages, &c., called Dybell Brygge, Whawathe and Mady House in Colmandale, and a messuage, &c., in tenure of Chr. Robynson in Normanbye, Yorks.,—Gysborne mon. Also the house and site of the late priory of Basedale, the house called Netherhouse beside Basedale, in Blakemore and Westerdale, and lands there (specified) in tenure of Robt. Fletcher, Wm. Rydley, and Eliz. Hodgeson, and other lands retained in the prioress' own hands at the dissolution, and the messuage and grange called Nonnehouse, in tenure of John Myddleton, in Nonnethorpe, Yorks. Also the manor of Warmyster, Wilts, and all lands in Warmyster which belonged to Maydenbradley mon.; woods called le Rudge (57 ac.) and Gullett (27 ac.) in Merston and Frome, Soms.,—Cirencester mon., Glouc.
Also, for 233l. 10d., the manor of Hornyngesham Magna, Wilts, rent of 3s. 4d. out of lands of George Ludlowe in Hornyngesham Magna, Ansty and Hull Deverell, Wilts; two closes called le Wood Closes and a wood called Monkesgrove in tenure of John Westley in these places; the site and chief messuage of the said manor of Hornyngesham and two cottages leased with it to Thos. Davy and his family (named); all lands in Hornyngesham Magna. Ansty and Hull Deverell in tenure of Thos. Westley, Roger Style, Thos. Stokes, Wm. Phillippes, Wm. Jones, Ric. Spencer, and John Adams, and all lands of lord Hungerford in Hornyngesham Magna,—Lord Hungerford. Del. Westm., 20 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (injured, signed by Hertford, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Staunford and Duke). Pat. p. 18, m. 33.
34. William Stumpe. Grant, in fee, for 1,517l. 15s. 2½d., of a messuage, &c., called Lones in Rodborne, Wilts, in tenure of John Elizander, and many other messuages and lands (specified) in Rodborne, in tenure of Wm. Williams, John Gale, Joan Frye, Wm. Tanner, Wm. Escote, Thos. Whest, Thos Hiller, Edm. Pleyer, John Symys, Alice Woodeschewe, Edm. Chamber alias Cowley, Robt. Harreys, Wm. Millord, Wm. Jordan, Wm. Penne and Ric. Robyns alias Lawrence, and their families (named), the manor of Brinkeworth, Wilts, tithes of lands leased with the site of that manor to John Sherer and his family (named) and tithes of lands at Estley in Whitechurche in tenure of Marg. White and Wm. and Thos. Holt, lands (specified) in Brinkeworth in tenure of Sir Ric. Long, Ric. Wie, John Richeman, Robt. Walrand and Kath. Sherer, the site. &c., of the late monastery of Malmesbury, and certain closes, &c. (specified) in tenure of Robt. Cove, John Grice and Marg. White in Malmesbury, and the house, etc., called Saint Whites Armitage upon Burton Hill near the said monastery and in Bynporte parish. Wilts. All which premises belonged to Malmesbury mon. Westm., 17 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 25, m. 41 (undated).
35. Robert Holdiche. Warrant for livery of lands in Norfolk to him as brother and next heir of Hen. Holdiche, who died 16 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII., seised of the manor of Fulden, Norf., worth 54s. 5d. yearly. Dated 9 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 Nov.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster).
36. Thomas Collepeper. Grant, in fee, for 305l. 13s. 4d., of the manor of Chyngley, in le Wylde, Kent, with appurtenances, in Chyngley and Gouthurst in le Wylde, a wood called Chyngley Wood (200 ac.), and rent and lands in tenure of Wm. Hogge in Staplehurst, Kent,— Boxley; messuages, &c., in Tettysworth in Leeke parish, Staff., in tenure of Hen. And Wm. Plout,—Dieuleacres; lands called Sesyngherste and Pollardes (16 ac.) in tenure of Sir John Baker in Rolvenden alias Rounden, Kent, and rent and service from lands in the tithings of Harbourne and Balterden in Tenterden parish, which belonged to the late earl of Essex. Del. Westm., 21 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Sir Robt. Southwell. North, Moyle, Hendle and Duke). Pat. p. 10, m. 12.
37. Sir Thomas Staneley lord Mountegle and Henry Crofte. Grant, in fee, for 128l. 3s. 4d. paid by Mountegle, of the house and site of the late priory or cell of Hornebye, Lane., which was annexed to Croxton mon., Leic,, with its demesne lands (names and extents given) late in tenure of Charles duke of Suffolk and the said lord Mountegle, and a pasture called Brodewoode in Mellynge parish, Lane., also in their tenure, a messuage, &c., in tenure of Hen. Crofte, in Hornebye, a messuage, &c., in tenure of Edm. Burton in Old Wennyngton, Lanc., and lands in Sedebar, Yorks., all which premises belonged to Hornebye priory. Del. Westm., 21 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 10 m. 13.
38. Ralph Worsley. Grant for 63l. of four messuages, &c., in the parish of St. Mildred in the Poultry, London, in tenure of John Miller and Edw. Saunders, which belonged to Sir Humph. Savage, attainted, and afterwards to Sir Ric. Carleton, attainted, and were by pat. 27 Feb. 17 Hen. VIII. granted for life to John Estreke and John Sigewike who surrendered their patent in order that a similar grant might be made to Ralph Worsley, page of the Wardrobe of Robes, which grant is now surrendered. Del. Westm., 21 Nov. (year not given).— S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 10, m. 21.
39. John Bassett. Grant, in fee, for 327l. 16s. 8d. (paid to Sir Brian Tuke, treasurer of the Chamber), of the manor of Peterston, co. Glamorgan, which belonged to Jasper duke of Bedford. Del. Westm., 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Moyle, St. John, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell. Staunford and Bacon). Pat. p. 10, m. 15.
40. Roland Babington. Grant, for 225l., of the manor of Normanton in St. Peter's parish in Derby, tithes in Normanton and Cotton beside Normanton, Derb., in tenure of Hen. Zacheverell, a croft and pond in St. Peter's parish, late in tenure of Nic. Holborne and now of the said Roland,—Derley; a grange called Moldryde Graunge alias Moldrydge Graunge in Bradborne parish, and Cardelhaye in Hartyngton parish, in tenure of Luke Longland, with lands called Moldrydge and Cardelhaye in Hartyngton parish,—Dunstaple priory, Beds.; and a grange called Ravenstons alias Ristons Graunge in Bradborne parish, in tenure of Wm. Bassett,—Garrodon. To hold to the said Roland for life, with remainder to Augustine Babington and the heirs male of his body, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Roland. Del. Westm., 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Hendle and Staunford). Pat. p. 13, m. 34.
41. Richard Snowe, of Chicksandes, Beds. Grant, in fee, for 189l.18s., of the lands called Sugworthe Sawcers and Borowesleys in Sugworthe within Radley parish, Berks, a meadow and pasture in Radley, lands called Buriecrofte and Donynghurst in Sonyngwell parish, Berks., and tithes in the said parish of Radley and Barton, Berks., all in tenure of John Audelett and Katharine his wife. and a wood called Sugworthe Grove (30 ac.); which premises belonged to Abendon mon. Del. Westm., 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North Moyle. Staunford and Bacon). Pat. P. 19, m. 1.
42. Walter Mone. Fiat for his appointment as searcher in the port of Pole, Dors. Del. 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. —S.B. (signed by lord Treasurer Norfolk, with certificate by Chr. Mare that surety is given in the Exchequer).
43. Anthony Dawtrey, the King's servant. Fiat for his appointment to the keeping of 3s. rent and 26 ac. of land in Boseham, Suss., late in tenure of Wm. de Lane; for 21 years. Del. 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by lord Treasurer Norfolk, with note that Wm. Hardyng, yeoman, and Wm. Smyth, baker, both of Lambehyth, are his sureties in the Exchequer).
44. Edmund Alen. Warrant for livery of lands in Norfolk to him as s. and h. of Margaret Alen, widow late wife of Thos. Alen. dec., which Margaret died, 1 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII., seised of the manor of Erleham and a messuage called Singars (values given). Dated 9 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 Nov.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster).
45. Richard Fermour and Anne his wife and John Fermour, their son, and Matilda his wife. Grant (1) of the manor and lordship of Merston Butler alias Butler Merston, Warw., and the site of the manor of Pebworth, Glouc., and the lordship and manor of Mudford. Soms., which were granted to the said Richard and Anne in survivorship by pat. 29 April 34 Hen. VIII. and 4 May 34 Hen. VIII. now surrendered; also (2) the manor of Overcourte in Chinnour and Sidnam, Oxon, and the advowson of the rectory of Chynnour. To hold (1) to the said Richard and Anne in survivorship, with remainder to the said John and Matilda in survivorship, with remainder to the heirs male of the said John; and (2) to the said John and Matilda in survivorship with remainder to the heirs male of the said John. Westm., 20 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 Nov.— P.S. Pat. p. 6, m. 3.
46. Lincoln College, Oxford. See below, page 420.
47. John Waterhouse and Wm. Goodyng alias Goodwyn. Grant of the office of auditor of Beamontes lands, Boconnockislandes and the Marques Exceters purchased lands. On surrender of pat., 26 Nov. 18 Hen. VIII., to John Waterhouse and John Mynne of the auditorship of Beamontes lands, which are so reduced by alienation that the Boconnock lands in cos. Cornw., Devon, Soms. and Surr., which belonged to Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted, and also the lands which the said marquis had purchased in these counties, are hereby included in this auditorship. Westm., 15 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 27.
48. Sir George Carew, the King's servant. To be steward of the lordship or manor of Havering at Bower, Essex, keeper of the chief messuage and park there and of the South gate and paling of the said park and of the wood, forest and warrens within the said lordship, and bailiff or collector of the said lordship, with stated fees and the herbage of the park from Mich. last. Westm., 17 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 Nov.— P.S. Pat. p. 22 m. 11.
49. Edward Watson. Fiat for his appointment to the custody of the site of Rokingham castle, Ntht., with certain of its demesne lands in Rokingham and Eston. Ntht., and rents there; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 24 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by lord Treasurer Norfolk, with note that John Campenett, gentleman, and Peter Elyott, merchant, both of London, are his sureties in the Exchequer). Pat. p. 22, m. 12.
50. William Devenisshe, King's chaplain. Presentation to the canonry and prebend in Christchurch cathedral, Canterbury, void by the death of Wm. Gardiner alias Sandwich. Westm., 20 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 12.
51. Edmund Jernyngham, one of "lez quyrrees" of the King's stable. Annuity of 10l. out of the manor and lordship of Denbyth in North Wales which Wm. Burdytt, dec., lately had. Westm., 20 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 25 (cancelled as surrendered 20 Nov. 37 Hen VIII., for a similar grant to be made to John More).
52. Sir Maurice Barkeley, a gentleman usher of the Privy Chamber. To be constable and doorward of Berkeley castle, Glouc., keeper of the Castle Park with le Worthey inclosed in the same park, paler of the same, keeper of the woods of Hynton called le Chestaunder and Redwood and of the stags and hinds within the said park and wood, and master of the hunt there, in as full manner as Sir Ric. Williams alias Crumwell, James Berkeley or Sir Thos. Berkley; with the herbage and pannage of the said park and woods and the fisheries of Smythemore, Glouc., and of le Gale in Severn. Westm., 18 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 11.
53. Humph. Bowland. To be auditor of the principality of North Wales, vice Ric. Hawkyns and Ric. Norleigh appointed 27 June 35 Hen. VIII. who are both since dead; with profits as enjoyed by Rog. Westwood and Ric. Appulton, or by Wm. Ryman and Rog. Appulton, or by John Lythyngton and Ric. Grenewaye, or by Wm. Bedell, Hen. Parker and Ric. Hawkyns, or by Ric. Hawkyns and Ric. Norleigh. Westm., 15 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 30.
54. Thomas Havarde. Wardship and marriage of Henry Chepenham, s. and h. of Nic Chepenham. Westm., 23 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—P.S. Pat p. 2, m. 29.
55. William Manars and Elizabeth his wife. Warrant for livery of lands in Northumberland of the said Elizabeth as sister and heiress of Oduell Horsley, s. and h. of George Horsley, dec., who was seised of lands called Newton beside Bambroght, worth 53s. 4d yearly. Dated 17 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Hynde and Sewster). Pat. p. 2, m. 31 (cancelled because elsewhere "in rotul. fin.' ?).
56. Sir Edward Northe, chancellor of Augmentations. Mortmain licence to grant the advowson of the parish church of Burwell St. Mary, Camb., Norwich dioc.; to the University of Cambridge for ever, two thirds of the cost of repair of the chancel and of the pension of 40s. to the abbot of Ramsey to be borne by the University and the remaining third by the vioar for the time being. Westm., 25 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 35.
57. William Eyer, of Warmyster, Wilts, and Ric. Gonnyng, of Melles, Soms. Grant, in fee to the said Eyer, for 398l. 10s. 10d., of the lordship and manor of Welton and Midsomer Norton and the lordships and manors of Welton and Mydsomer Norton, Soms., and lands (specified) in tenure of John Puxton and John Odam, in Norton, Soms., and a wood called Shourtegrove (7 ac.) there, and lands in tenure of John Catlyff in Welton, and of Isabel relict of Wm. Llotesham in Clopton, Soms., all which are parcel of the lands of William formerly earl of Huntingdon.
Also, for 237l. 2s. 1d., of the lordship and manor of Nynehedde, Soms., and a wood called Irenham Wood (4 ac.) in Nynehedde, which belonged to Montague mon.; and lands in tenure of John Bulte and John Gardener in Hyde, within Moncketon parish, Soms., which belonged to Athelney mon. Del. Westm., 28 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Canterbury, Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 4, m. 10.
58. Wm. Sewster, of Gunmecester, Hunts, and John Sewster his son and heir apparent. Grant, in fee, for 38l. 18d., of the reversion of the pasture called Pryors Leysues (16 ac.) in tenure of Thos. Weldon in Cokeham, Berks, which belonged to Bysham mon., and is granted, by pat. 20 Jan. 32 Hen. VIII., to Lady Anne of Cleves for life; a close called Almener, in Abbottisley, Hunts (between the close of Queens College, Cambridge, on the west and the highway on the east) and other lands there in tenure of Thos. Aestwoode, which belonged to St. Neots priory.
Also grant, in fee, for 437l.18s. 10½d., of the house &c. of the late priory of Alcestre alias Alcester, Warw., and the lordship and manor of Alcestre which belonged to the said priory or cell of Alcestre, lands in tenure of Sir Fulk Grevill in Alcestre, and all lands in Tybbottes Lane and Shoppe Rowe in Alcestre, and in Blechefelde, Coughton, Cookemerton, and Exhall, Warw., and in Egeoke, Worc., and in Instocke alias Hynstoke Salop, which belonged to Alcestre priory, a barn, &c., in Alcestre late in tenure of Thos Elmez and now of Sir Fulk Grevyle and lands (specified) there late in tenure of John Hynde and now of Sir Fulk Grevyle, and other lands in Alcestre in tenure of Sir Fulk Grevyle, rent of 35s. 5d. and service from the manor of Beawchampescourte, woods called Priery Grove and 2½ ac. of wood near Oversley park in Alcestre. and waste ground and wood called le Pryours Hacking (2½ ac.) in Alcestre; all which premises belonged to Alcestre priory and afterwards to Thomas Crumwell earl of Essex, attainted. Also the advowsons of the rectories of Alcestre and Hynstock, which belonged to Alcestre priory. Except the site of the manor of Pebworth, Glouc., in tenure of Ric. Fermor. Del. 28 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. (place not given).S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, Bakere, North, Moyle, Bradshawe and Duke). Pat. p. 4, m. 13; also p. 24, m. 19.
59. Ric. Tomyowe. Lease of tithes in the parishes of Tilehurst, and of St. Mary and St. Giles of Reading, Berks., meadows called le Wastarne, &c., and the fishery in Kennett which belonged to the office of cellarer of Reading abbey; except lands in tenure of John Blakeman in Landemeade, Calcote, Northcote, Southcote, Shudwike and Colley and parcel of Langney, and tithes in Colley within Tilehurste parish and tithes of Motehall Barne and two meadows in Solamstede in tenure of Thos. Knappe, tithes of Westwodrowe in tenure of John Blaknour within Tilehurst parish, and tithes and lands of Reading abbey called Yeld, in tenure of Ric. Seward and Matoxfeare, in tenure of John Downer, within the said parish of St. Giles, tithed and lands there in tenure of Robt. Raddat, Wm. Dan, Thos. Netherclif and Thos. More and all tithes in the said parishes leased to Steph. Cawode. For 30 years from the expiration of a similar lease to him by pat. 11 March 31 Hen. VIII. Westm., 17 Nov. 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 10. m. 28.
60. John Piers, clerk of the comptrolment of the Guard. To be clerk of the court of all lands in Yorkshire which belonged to Henry late earl of Northumberland; with 10l. a, year and profits as enjoyed by Wm. Danby, dec.
Also to be bailiff of the lordship of Spawforth or Spawford, Yorks., keeper and paler of the park there, and bowbearer of the outwoods, in reversion after Thos. Middelton, who holds these offices by grant of the said earl. Westm., 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 30.
61. Vincent Grantham. Annuity of 3l. 11s. l¾d. out of lands in Kirtlington, Notts, which belonged to John Leeke, dec., and are in the King's hands by the minority of Thos. Leeke, s. and h. of the said John; with wardship and marriage of the heir. Westm., 23 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 10, m. 31.
62. John Browne, the King's servant. Annuity of 8d. a day payable by the receiver of Berwick. Westm., 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.— P.S. Pat. p. 22, m. 13.
63. Thomas Raynolde, S.T.P., the King's scholar. Grant of the eleventh canonry or prebend in Westminster Cathedral void by the death of Wm. Faythe. Westm., 22 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 24, m. 7.
64. Richard Cuppere. Grant, in fee, for 336l. 3s. 4d., of two messuages (specified) in the town of Ludlow, Salop, in tenure of Hugh Cooke and John Turner,— Wigmore mon.; and numerous messuages &c. (specified) in the parishes of St. Laurence and All Saints in the town of Evesham, in tenure of Thos. Cootes, Robt. Williams, Thos. Wheler, Fras. Reignoldes, Thos. Staunton, Humph. Taylour, Ph. Tollye. Hugh Fowler, John Brooke, Ric. Watson, John Norris. John Collyns, Robt. Bovy, John Prynne. Edw. Brooke, John Poole, Wm. Branteley, Geo. Dormynge, Thos. Jenyns, John Wood, Wm. Lawrence, Wm. Gest, Adrian Metate, John Guyll, John Afyves, Ric. Nottyngham, John Afylde, John Barbor, John Weldon, Thos. Wynhall, Nic. Marston, Jolyan Stubbyns, Marg. Fylde, Robt Ivorye, Ric. Cannyng, Ric. Ballarde, Rog. Clerke, Ric. Mershe, Robt. Semell, Wm. Page, chaplain, Marg. Jorden and Edw. Mountforde,—Evesham mon. Del. Westm., 28 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Westminster. Petre, North, Moyle, Bradshawe and Caryll). Pat. p. 28, m. 15.
65. David Clayton alias Clutton, of Westminster, Midd. Grant, in fee, for 221l., of the lands in Skylgate and Brusheford, Soms.,—Cannington priory; a messuage, mill, &c., in Lucote alias Loicote within the parish of Stokepurowe alias Stokepuro, Soms., in tenure of Thomasine Hodges, and a messuage, &c., in Weshford within Oldeclyff parish, Soms., in tenure of John Hobbys,— Taunton priory; tithes of the manor or grange of Hydon and lands in Hydon within the parishes, &c., of Wytham Frary Blakdown, Chedder and Predi, Soms.,—Witham priory; lands (specified) in Everton, Beds., in tenure of Wm. Tanfeld, and a messuage &c. (specified) in Clophill alias Clophull, Beds, formerly in tenure of Henry Joye and now of John Fysher, which belonged to Chicksand mon., and all lands of that mon. in Clophill now annexed to the honor of Ampthill, — Chicksand; all lands in Grandeby alias Granbye, Notts, in tenure of Ric. and Wm. Pernam which belonged to the priory or cell of Belver, Linc., as cell to St. Albans mon., Herts; a messuage, &c., in Aslocton, Notts, in tenure of Wm. Kerchever which belonged to the said priory of Belver, and all lands of Belver priory in Grandeby and Aslockton, —Belver; a messuage. &c., in Lowdeham alias Lowdam, Notts, in tenure of John Smyth,—Sempringham priory; lands in Lowdeham, in tenure of Nic. Saunderson, —Thurgarton priory; a close called Newe Hechey and all woods within the parish of Frary alias Witham Frary Soms., in tenure of Wm., John and Ric. Even,— Wytham priory; rent and service due to Bradenstoke priory from the lands of the chantry of St. Mary in Chippenham, Wilts, and from a tenement formerly of Thos. Chaundeler and now of John Fawkener there, an inn called le Hart in the High Street of Chippenham, &c., in tenure of Wm. Clarke and his family, and several other messuages &c., there (specified) in tenure of Wm. Clarke, Grace his wife and John their son. John Byggys, Alice Legh and John Slade; and all possessions of Bradenstoke priory in Chippenham,—Bradenstoke; a cottage &c., in Holme in Spaldingmore, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Perker,—Nonnburne Holme priory; and a messuage, &c., there in tenure of Wm. Atkinson,—Ferrybye priory; and all possessions of these priories there; also a wood there called Feryby Coppys (12 ac.),—Nunburne Holme priory. Del. Westm., 29 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Moyle, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 4, m. 6.
66. John Musgrave, the King's servant. To be constable of the castle of Bewcastle, Cumb., and have rents and services from Bewcastell Dale, as Sir John Middelton had, and the park or laund of Plompton in Inglewood Forest, Cumb. Westm., 28 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 Nov.—P.S. Pat. p. 23, m. 5.
67. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 8) :—
Roger Higham and Wm. Grene to Vincent Grantham, of Brassebrigge, Linc. Grange called Langton Graunge, in tenure of Robt. Wadysley, and a croft in tenure of Thos. Towley in the parish of Humblocklangton, Linc., — Kyrkstede abbey; and a toft there in tenure of the said Vincent,—St. Katharine's priory; which premises were granted to them by pat. of 24 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII. (1st.) P. 20, m. 3.
Thos. Veysy to Wm. Veysy. Site of the manor of Hyntylsham Pryory and lands in Hyntylsham, Suff. (2nd.) P. 25, m. 17.
Wm. Sewster, of Gumcestre, Hunts, and John Sewster, his son and heir apparent, to Henry and Anthony Mennell. Messuages, &c., in Kylvyngton, Yorks., in tenure of Ant. Mennell and eight others (named),—Eggelston mon. (4th.) P. 5, m. 35.
Robt. and Wm. Swyfte to Wm. Vernome. Lands (tenants named) in Barowbye, Linc. (5th.; P. 25, m. 23.
Ric. Morysyne to Thos. Solley. Messuage and land in Alfrestone, Wore. (——— (blank), 6 Nov.) P. 15, m. 12.
John Tregonwell, of Milton alias Middelton, Dors., and John Southcote, of Bodmyn, Cornw., to John Wulfrayse. Three messuages, &c., in Blockesworth parish, Dors., which belonged to the mon. of Corne (sic), Dors., in tenure of John Wulfrayse. (6th.) P. 20, m. 2.
Ric. Snell to Thos. Browne, of North Longley. Lands in North Longley in the parish of Michels Kynton, Wilts, which belonged to the priory of Michels Kynton. (6th.) P. 20, m. 9.
Richard Higham to Wm. Humfrey. Lordship and manor of Sampford Parva alias Fryers, Essex, which belonged to St. John's of Jerusalem, with appurtenances in Sampford Parva, Sampford Magna, Hempsted and Thakstede, Essex. (6th.) P. 20. m. 10.
Wm. Rygges to Chr. Thomson, of Wellingore. Manor or grange of Wyllingore, Linc., which belonged to St. Katharine's priory beside Lincoln, and lands in tenure of Ric. Whyte and six others (named; there. (7th.) P. 25, m. 30.
Robt. Tyrwhyte jun., and Thos. Kyddall to Jerome Westall. Manor of Hensyngton, Oxon, which belonged to Sampford preceptory and to St. John's of Jerusalem, and all lands in Hensyngton, Bladon and Shypton upon Charwell granted to them by pat. of 21 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII. (7th.) P. 25, m. 31.
Thos. Strowde, Walter Erle and Jas. Paget to Wm. Busshe. Manor of Yanworth, Glouc. (9th.) P. 25, m. 30.
Nich. Clyfford to George Harper. Manor of Sutton Valance and lands there and in Chart beside Sutton Valance. (10th.) P. 19, m. 22.
John Eyer to Thos. Cornwaleys. Manor of Fawcons in Stuston, Sutt.,—Flyxston priory. (12th) P. 20, m. 2.
Wm. Gower and Ric. Goodyere to Robt. Gowre. Messuage in Howbery and lands (named) in Wykeham and a moiety of Byrchyn Grove wood, parcel of the manor of Tempull Lawharne, Heref. (sic). (12th.) P. 20, m. 2.
Ric. Andrews and Leonard Chamberleyn to Wm. Butler. Lands in tenure of John Butteler in Netelbed, Oxon,— Rewley. (12th.) P. 25, m. 18.
Ric. Morysyn to Ric. Combe. Tenement and a pasture called Colle Hyll near Worcester and a chapel of St. Katharine built upon the said pasture,—St. Wulstan's hospital in the suburbs of Worcester. (12th.) P. 25, m. 20.
Wm. Goodyng alias Goodwyn, of Wryttell, Essex, to Ric. More. Manor of Allerpeverell, Devon, and the chief messuage, &c., called Peverstonberton in Allerpeverell in tenure of Wm. and Dorothy More and their son Richard, which belonged to Henry duke of Richmond and Somerset, and were granted to the said Wm. by pat. of 1 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. (12th.) P. 25. m. 20.
Wm. Bisshop, of Bredy, Dors., and John Hyde, of London, to Thos. Marten, of Langbredy, Dors. Moiety of the lordship and manor of Thylcombe, Dors., which belonged to Bucklande priory, Soms., with appurtenances in Chylcombe. (13th.) P. 5, m. 34,
Robt. Harrys to Wm. Rydgeley and Alice his wife, in fee to the said Wm. Shop in tenure of Wm. Rydgeley, merchant tailor, and the place above the same in the parish of St. Dunstan in Fletestrete, in the suburbs of London (between the tenement of the dean and chapter of York in which John Penson, skinner, dwells, on the east, and the entry leading from the highway to the brewery called le Starre and le Ramme, of the said Robt. Harrys, on the west, the hall of the said brewery on the south, and the highway on the north), — St. John's of Jerusalem. (13th.) P. 20, m. 2.
Wm. Motley, of Hylton, Derb., to Arthur Porter of Lanthony beside Gloucester. Lands specified in Wyke within the parish of Payneswyke, Glouc., in tenure of Wm. Gardyner. (14th.) P. 25, m. 19.
The same to Thos. Adeane. Messuages, &c., in Payneswyke in tenure of the said Adeane and Eliz. Spencer. (14th.) Ib.
Sir Henry Longe .to Thos. Rymer. Tenement and lands in Sherston Parva, Wilts, in tenure of the said Rymer, which belonged to the priory of Michelles Kyngton. (14th.) P. 25, m. 24.
Sir Thos. Holcroft to Sir Ric. Shirburne. Site of the manor of Wigglesworthe, Yorks., and lands (specified) there which belonged to Sir Steph. Hamerton, attainted. (15th.) P. 2, m. 31.
Hen. Brounker to Wm. Kyngton. Lands (specified) in Melkesham, Wilts. (15th.) P. 25, m. 20.
Walter Erle and Jas. Paget to Robt. Martyn of Athelhampston alias Addelamston in Puddeltowne parish, and Elizabeth his wife. Lands in Bardolfeston in the parish of Puddeltowne, Dors., which belonged to Romsey mon., Hants, in tenure of Sir Thos. Trenchard, which were granted to them and Thos. Strowde, dec., by pat. of 8 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII. (15th.) P. 25, m. 21.
Wm. Dalison to John Bothe and Eliz. his wife and the heirs male of their bodies, and in default to the right heirs of the said John. Grange and rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Halton, Linc., which belonged to Newsome mon., with appurtenances in Halton and Kelynghome Linc. (16th.) P. 5, m. 8.
John Tasborough to Anne Throkmarton, widow. Rectory of Flyxston, Suff., in tenure of Ric. Wharton,—Flyxston priory. (16th.) P. 20. m. 9.
Ric. Andrewes to Ant. Darston. Chief messuage or mansion lately called Thabbottes Lodgynge in Coscombe, Glouc., and certain lands there in tenure of Wm. Whytford,—Halys mon. (16th.) P. 20, m. 10.
John Fox and Thos. Hall to John Gorwey. Site of Suckeley manor, Worc., and lands (named) in tenure of Roger Gorwey and Thos. Hall in Suckeley,— priory of Minor Malverne. (16th.) P. 25, m. 19.
Wm. Sheldon and Daniel Woodwarde to Robt. Layton. Messuage, &c., called Lyttyll Busby in tenure of Ralph Conyers, of North Collyngam, Notts, in Parva Busby, Yorks, —Ryvalx mon. (16th.) P. 25, m. 31.
Thos. Lathum to Dennis Toppys. Lands called Bugos, in tenure of John Yate, and Draycote Park, in tenure of Thos. Stone, in Longworth, Berks,— Abendon; and also a messuage in tenure of Roland Lathum in Sermon Lane in St. Mary Magdalen's parish in Oldfisshestrete London,—Charterhouse. (18th.) P. 2, m. 30.
Sir George Throkmerton to John Hygford. Messuage in Tonworth, Warw., in tenure of Marion Sadler, widow, with pasture called Rowkes alias Rouncouns there along Kyngton brook and thence up the hill called Fletchers Hill as far as the said messuage, which premises adjoin the manor of John Higford called Syddenalles Hall; and a rent of 18s. 8d. out of the said manor. (18th.) P. 20, m. 5.
Philip Lentall to John Ballard. Lands in Kelvedon called Pryours Lande, Essex, in tenure of the said John,—Waltham Holy Cross. (18th.) P. 20, m. 6.
Ric. Andrews and Leonard Chamberleyne to John Wykes. Close called Almery Lease with a house, &c., built thereon, in the suburbs and within the liberty of the town of Bristol, and also a messuage, &c., in tenure of John Stone there,—Monastery of St. Augustine. (18th.) P. 20, m. 9.
Sir Ric. Gresham to Peter Skottowe and Cecilia his wife. House and site of the late White Friars of Blackney, Norf., and lands (specified) in Blakeney and Wyfton, Norf. (18th.) P. 25. m. 21.
Sir Henry Parker lord Morley to Thomas Darcy, of Tolshunt Darcy, Essex. Lands called Stormyslond or Abbottes Crofte in Tolshunt Knyghtes, Essex. (19th.) P. 2, m. 32.
Roger Wentworthe to John Manne, of Branktre, Essex. Pardon to Manne for the acquisition without licence, from Wentworthe, of a meadow called Hoppyng Medowe in Bockynge parish, Essex. (20th.) P. 18, m. 31.
John Capleyne to Ric. Vaugnan. Two messuages in the parish of St. Laurence in Southampton, in the west side of Inglyshestrete, in tenure of John Vaughan. (20th.) P. 20, m. 4.
Hen. Crubbe to Ric. Crubbe his brother. Two messuages. &c., in North Mymmes, Herts, parcel of the rectory there,— Charterhouse. (20th.) P. 25. m. 20.
Sir John Haryngton to Wm. Robertes of Sutton beside Markett Bosworth. Three messuages, &c., in Belton, Rutl. (21st.) P. 19, m. 22.
Thomas Boner, sen., to Ant. Boner, his son. Moiety of the manor or farm of Campdem, and lands in Burynton and Wessuntun in Campden parish, Glouc., in his tenure, and other lands in Burynton and Campden in tenure of Wm. Brodewey and John Wheler (except woods called le Fernes and the advowson of the two chantries in Campden called le Saynt Kateryns pertaining to the said manor), and also the moiety of a close there called Tyrwyn in tenure of Thos. Smyth. (21st.) P. 19, m. 23.
Thos. Godwyn to John Hassard. Lands called Lyme Abbottes alias Shirborne Holme, in the parish of Lyme Regis, Dors.,—Shyrborne mon. (22nd.) P. 18. m. 31.
John Beer and Henry Laurence to Thos. Vycars alias Cartwright and Wm. Vycars, in fee to the said Wm. Grange called Marre Graunge and lands belonging to it in the parishes of Marre, Brodesworth and Bentley, Yorks., which belonged to the mon. of Rupa alias Roche, lately in tenure of George Handeley. (22nd.) P. 20, m. 3.
Sir Richard Lyster and Sir Mich. Lyster to Lincoln college in the University of Oxford, which had licence by pat. 4 Feb. 1 Edw. IV. to acquire lands in mortmain to the annual value of 50[l.]. Manor of Smeton and lands in Smeton, Acworth, Brackenhill and Ragby, Yorks., worth 18l. 13s. 4d. yearly, as found by inquisition before Charles Jakson, late escheator in co. Yorks. (23rd.) P. 5, m. 34. Rymer, XV. 58.
Thomas Boner to Joan Boner, his daughter. Three messuages and lands in Burynton and Wessuntun, in Campden parish, Glouc., in his tenure, and also a cottage, &c., in Burynton, in tenure of Ric. Hasylwall. (23rd.) P. 19, m. 23.
Roger Williams to Wm. John ap Evan. Site of the late priory of Uske in the parish of Uske, Monm., and lands named (and tenant named) in the parishes of Nanllowell, Llangewye, Uske, Llangum and Troystre, which belonged to the said priory. (23rd.) P. 25, m. 19.
Ric. Andrewes and Nic. Temple to John Apryce, of Campden. Messuages and lands called Hererdes and Colyns in Malgerbury, Glouc., in tenure of John Wynford,—Evesham. (24th.) P. 20, m. 1.
Ric. Andrewes and George Lisle to Edw. Corbett, s. and h. of Thos. Corbett of Longenore, Staff, (sic). Messuage in tenure of Ric. Davys in Lybotewoode. Salop, and numerous other lands (specified and tenants named) in Lybotewoode and Longnore (including Longnore Mill and Lybotewoode chapel), — Haughmond. (24th.) P. 25, m. 30.
Robt. Brandelyng, merchant. to Hen. Avetson, merchant. Moiety of the house and site of the late priory of nuns in Newcastle upon Tyne, and of lands in Isemond. Nthld., which belonged to it, and a moiety of the grange of Ouston in the parish of Chester, bpric. of Durham, which belonged to the said priory. (25th.) P. 20, m. 1.
Mary duchess of Richmond and Somerset, Thos. Broke and John Williams to Sir Roger Towneshend and Anne his wife. Manor of Kypton and lands in Kypton and Westreynham, Norf. (which the said Duchess holds for life by pat. 15 March 30 Hen. VIII. and the said Broke and Williams have the reversion by pat. 28 Oct. last. (26th.) P. 15, m. 30.
The same to Chr. Waren, draper and alderman of Coventry. Grange of Yernesford alias Jernesforde, Warw., in tenure of Chr. Waren. (26th.) P. 20, m.2.
Wm. Goodyn alias Goodwyn to Arthur Parke. Rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Stoke, Kent,—Boxley. (26th.) P. 20, m. 4.
Ric. Buckland and Robt. Homer to Wm. Meggys. Site and chief messuage of the manor of Welton in the parish of Midsomer Norton, Soms., with its demesne lands, and messuages, &c. (specified), called Deverell and Selwarde in Welton and Midsomer Norton, in tenure of Thos. Magge, which belonged to William earl of Huntingdon. (26th.) P. 20, m. 4.
Wm. Malbon to Kath. Pykeryn, widow. Tenement and lands in Bud worth, Chesh., in tenure of George Arowsmyth,—Norton mon. (26th.) P. 20, m. 5.
John Grymesdyche to Gawin Legh. Lands in Cumberbache, Ohesh., in tenure of Humph. Shakshafte, which belonged to Norton mon., and all his lands in Cumberbache in tenure of Thomas Highfelde. (26th.) P. 20, m. 5.
Edw. Pyke to Wm. Crochier, of Lynche in the parish of Bekton, Suss. Messuage, &c., in Northmerden, Suss., which belonged to Maydenbradley mon., Wilts, in tenure of the said Wm. and Hen. Crochier. (26th.) P. 25, m. 21.
Robt. Carre to Wm. Thorold and Margaret his wife. Moiety of the house and site, &c., of the late priory of Haverholme, Linc., and of the manors of Haverholme and Ruskyngton and granges of Northouse Graunge and Woodhouse Graunge, and of all his lands in the parishes of Haverholme and Ruskyngton (except the manor of Anweke and a pasture called Ramsey Wong in Amweke), all which belonged to Haverholme priory and were purchased by him from Edw. Fenes lord Clynton and Say.
Also licence to alienate the other moiety of the premises to the said Wm. Thorold. (26th.) P. 25, m. 23.
Mary duchess of Richmond and Somerset, Thos. Broke and John Williams to Wm. Legh. Manor of Newton and lands (specified) in Newton and Clyfton, Warw., which belonged to Combe mon. (and which the said Duchess holds for life by pat. 15 March 30 Hen. VIII., the said Broke and Williams having the reversion by pat. 28 Oct. last). (27th.) P. 15, m. 27.
Edm. Aleyn to Robt. Barney and John Gybbys, to the use of the said Edm. and Cecilia his wife and the heirs and assigns of the said Edm. Manor of Erlham, Norf. (27th.) P. 20, m. 3.
Roger Williams to George ap John Arnolde. Parcel of land within the lordship of Uske, Monm., in Uske parish, in tenure of Anne Vergh Thomas, and lands at Llanceyo. within the same lordship and parish, in tenure of John Morys Ll'n apud (sic)Gwill'm. (27th.) P. 20, m. 5.
Wm. Ramsden to Thos. Barcroft. Close called Southfelde in Welborne, Yorks., and 15 ac. of meadow in Sonley Ynges there, in tenure of Ric. Yonger,—Ryvalles mon. (28th.) P. 20, m. 4.
Henry Grubbe to Robt. Wanton. Messuage, &c., in St. Albans, Herts (position described), in tenure of the said Wanton,—St. Albans. (29th.) P. 20, m. 3.
Jocosa late wife of Alex. Haddocke, dec. Pardon for the acquisition without licence of two parts of a third part of the manor of Buryblonysden, Wilts, which her said husband left her, for life, by will. (29th.) P. 19, m. 22.

Footnotes

1 Ric. Howlett, of Deptford, is frequently mentioned in §§ xxxiii and xxxv.
2 "13" in Epp. Reg.
3 This latter part crossed out.
4 This initial seems to be a misreading. The laird of Fernyherst's Christian name was Andrew.
5 See No. 608.
6 See Nos. 134 and 135.
7 Cancelled because elsewhere.
8 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.