Henry VIII
March 1545, 26-31

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'Henry VIII: March 1545, 26-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 20 Part 1: January-July 1545 (1905), pp. 193-229. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80386 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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March 1545, 26-31

26 March.432. Sir Peter Mewtas.
Governor of Guernsey. See Grants in March, No. 87.
26 March.433. Thomas Caurden to Sir Richard Southwell.
Add. MS.
5,752, f. 32.
b. m.
The King has granted the petition of Wm. Watson, his agent in Danske, for the allowance of 43 cables, &c. (number and value given), which were lost upon the sea; and Southwell is to allow the same, accordingly, in Watson's account. 26 March 36 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. I. Add.: one of the General Surveyors of the Kinges Maties landes.
Add. MS.
5,752, f. 29.
b. m.
2 "The peticyoune of William Watsoune, the Kinges Majesties agent in Dansike, for th'allowaunce of certen cabulles, halsers, ores and ordenaunce by the same Watsoune provyded there for his. Highnes in the xxxv yere of his Majesties reigne, which by casualtie of the see were loste aftre they were laden from Dansike towardes Englande."
Giving a list of 48 cables of 5 to 16 inches in compass and 36 hallssers of 2in. compass, each 120 fathoms long, the weight and cost of the yarn m them, and the cost of tarring and making of them, which cables were laden in the Gripe of Dansike, lost beside Leystoke, Suff.; also six "half slynges, every of them with 2 chambers" and 111 iron shot, bought in Danske for the sure convoy of the King's provision, which was at London taken to serve the King and lost in the Christopher Breame at the Isle of Wight in Nov. ao 36o Total 639l. 2s. 4d.
Pp. 2.
26 March.434. Archbishop Holgate to Shrewsbury.
Shrewsb. MS.
A., p. 339.
Heralds'
College.
Has received Shrewsbury's letters of the 26th inst., and answers that he brought down from London the commissions of the Benevolence for the city of York, the West, North and East Ridings of Yorkshire and the town of Hull. Named, for the commissions of the Bpric. of Durham, Northumberland, Westmoreland, and Cumberland, by the Council's command, such persons as seemed meet; and thought that those commissions would have reached his Lordship long before he himself left Court. Was commanded by the King to declare to the Lord Chancellor that the Benevolence of Lincolnshire should be paid to Mr. Uvedale; and did so, but is now informed by a trusty man, the King's servant, that all the Benevolence of Lincolnshire shall be paid in the Exchequer at Westminster, "because part of it was paid there already," and that the lord Chancellor bade him tell the writer so.
On 27 April next he and his fellows begin their sitting at the place appointed in Shrewsbury's letters. There, or else in the way thither, will wait upon him. Encloses the King's letters directed to the sheriffs of Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Duresme and Newcastell to make proclamation of the first day of the said sitting. York, 26 March 1545. Signed: Robert Ebor.
Hol., pp. 2. Add.
27 March.435. The Privy Council to Lord St. John.
R. O.Upon his letter of the 25th, showing that, for the want of other provision, Mr. Bellingham and Mr. Grymston have taken part of his provision for the relief of the pioneers and Spaniards passing that way; as it was taken of necessity, which "hath no law," the King's pleasure is that, communing first with the mayor and others of Dover to supply what they can to such as pass, he shall order those in charge of victuals under him to provide in cases of necessity. It can amount to no great matter, if orderly delivered and paid for. He shall order Bellingham and Grymston to so deliver and account for the King's provisions, and to see also that other men are satisfied for things taken from them.
ii. [List of names in column:—] Sir Thos. Cheyney, Sir Ric. Long, Sir Thos. Moyle, Sir Reynold Scott, Sir Wm. Fynche, Sir Hen. Isley, (fn. 1) Sir Humph. Style (fn. 2) , Kempe, Ant. Aucher.
Sir Hen. Isley, Sir Humph. Style, Sir Edw. Boughton, —— Sandes, Thos. Culpeper, Walter Moyle.
iii. [On the back:—] For th'ordnance 4,400l. For the Sea 2,000l. For Damesel 5, 000l. For Calays 5, 000l. For Bulloyn 5, 000l.
Draft in Petre's hand, pp. 2. Endd.: M. to my lord St. John, xxvijo Marcii 1544 (sic).
27 March.436. Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler to Henry VIII.
Add MS.
32 656, f. 231.
B. M.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii. No. 432.
Send letters and writings received from Linoux and Cassells and the lords Wardens of the East, West and Middle Marches. The 800 cr. appointed in reward to the Lord of the Isles, at Linoux's discretion, is stayed by Linoux for reasons given in his letter (copy herewith) to the said Lord. Shrewsbury has written to Linoux, commending his foresight and advising him to ascertain whether the Lord of the Isles has appointed with Argile and Huntley and promised to repair to the Queen at Sterling, as bruited and affirmed in Scotland. If this bruit prove untrue, Linoux may upon the said Lord's answer take order for sending the reward, which is here ready to be sent to Carlisle. At the late raid to Melrose sundry hacquebutiers of the garrison, both English and Irish, were slain and their hakes lost. Now that the Spaniards are not to come hither it may please the King to send 100 or 200 haquebutiers. Darneton, 27 March 1545. Signed.
Pp. 3. Add. Endd.: 1544.
27 March.437. Wharton to John Maxwell.
R. O.
St. P.. v. 556.
"John Maxwell, I have received your letter by Wyllye Yrwen, and perceive well that ye will not obey your brother's commandment written to you in his letters as your duty is." As you falsely call me "a tyrant lord," if you can find any man of honor there (the Governor who has rewarded you for breaking your faith or others) that will so write in your quarrel I shall answer him as the laws of arms require; but your treason, who have broken your faith and consented to the death of your pledges, is proved, and it were good you asked mercy of God and pardon of the King. Carlisle, 27 March, "immediately after the delivery of your undated letter."
Copy, p. 1. Headed: Copie of a letter from my lord Wharton to John Maxuell. Endd.
27 March.438. Cassillis to Henry VIII.
R. O.
St. P., v. 421.
This 2[6] March my servant returned out of Scotland at 7 hours at n[ight]. He tarried for the earl of Ar[gyle's] coming, who however remains in the furthest parts of his country; and he has brought only the answers herewith and his credence from my lord of Angws and his brother. They referred matters to my coming. My servant says that the sheriff of Aer diligently solicits our noblemen to your Majesty's pleasure. Now I depart into Scotland to the convention in Edinbrwgh on the 28th inst., and beg that if you send me any writing it may be forwarded by my lord Lieutenant secretly and surely; for the copy (herewith) of the security sent me by the Governor shows that he has me in suspicion. What displeasure he intended against me in my absence you shall know hereafter, but as yet he has only shown ill will. Carlesley, 27 March, 6 a.m.
Hol., p. 1. Add.
R. O.
St. P., v. 421.
2. Credence sent from the earl of Angws, George Dowglas and the sheriff of Ae[r].
When I (fn. 3) required in my master's name whether the said earl and George would solicit the nobility of Scotland to sue to the King for the peace and marriage, and find security therefor, both declared that they would do that and any other thing for the King not contrary to the weal of Scotland, and said they were glad to perceive by my master's writings that the King desired no conquest nor destruction of that country. Secondly, of the sheriff of Aer I required the same and what my lord of Argyle's mind was therein, and the sheriff answered that he would do what in him lay for the King and my master, and believed the earl (who should be at this next convention in Edinburgh) to favour the peace and marriage. Thirdly, they all counselled my lord to speed to the said convention.
In Cassillis's hand, p. 1. Endd.: The copie of ye credit and lettres yt com wt my serwand.
27 March.439. Cassillis to Shrewsbury.
R. O.My servant came yestreen at 7 hours at night, having spoken with none of the noblemen I sent him to except my lord of Angws and his brother and the sheriff of Aer; and, because there is a convention on the 28th at Edinburgh, I have received no writing save the credit sent with my writing to the King. If the King or your lordship write letters to me, pray let them be secretly conveyed (by this Border seems best), for the Governor's security shows their opinion of me. At the writing of this I depart into Scotland to the convention. "I wat your 1. haif harde qwhow mone of ye in partes of Scotland ar to gedder yis day and zestren, and as my serwand sayis they war infwrmet yt dywers special serwandes of ye Kenges Magesteis was cwm to ye Bordwr, and ane arme to inwaid Scotland, qwhilk they think to resest." Carlesle, 27 March, 6 a.m.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.: 1545, "with certain 1'res to the same erle of Casselles out of Scotland."
[27 March.]440. The Council of Trent.
R. O.Speech (fn. 4) of the Emperor's delegate, Jacobus de Mendocia to the Council of Trent (as printed in Baronius, xxxiii. p. 93, together with the portion there described touching the Spanish clergy, but not the request for the reading of the Emperor's mandate).
ii. Reply of the Pope's legates to the above on the day following (as printed in Baronius, xxxiii. p. 94).
Lett., pp. 4. Endd.
28 March.441. The Queen's Household Expenses.
r.o"Hereafter ensueth the charges of the Queen's Highness's audit holden in Kellates house at Westm." in the year 36 Hen. VIII.
Beginning with the words "Recepi xxli'." and giving, without particulars, the charges of Sir Thomas Arundell, chancellor to the Queen, and others of her Council, for dinners or suppers on 8, 11, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 22 Feb. Then under 23 and 25 Feb. come the purchase of 2 garnish of pewter plate, a dozen cups, 3 doz. fine trenchers, 8 joined stools, material for tablecloths, towels and napkins, salt fish of various kinds, spices, &c. After that the daily entries are mainly for small quantities of provisions [e.g. Thursday 26 Feb. for "buttar" 13d., "salettes" 4d., "herynges" 8d., "saltfysshe" 4s., "gurnardes" 5s., "salte eles" 2s., "ij pykes" 3s. 8d., "whitynges" 18d., "smeltes" 4d., "wyne" 8d., "egges" 4d., "apples" 2d.]; but there are a few other entries as—on 10 March, "geven in reward to Mr. Copes man that browght ij bremes" 20d.; on 12 March "for carryage of congars and puffyns from Sowthamton to Londen" 10s. 7d.; on 22 March, "geven in rewarde to one that browght ij lamprey pys" 2s.; on 28 March "for ij quart, of whete made in bred by Mrs. Kellate," 37s. 4d., and for 24 barrels of beer at 3s. 4d., 4 barrels of single beer at 4s., 4 barrels of ale at 4s. and other provisions for the whole time of the audit. Every day after Monday 23 Feb. down to 28 March is entered separately, except 1 March which is omitted. Total expenses 571. 6s. 9d.
Pp. 14.
28 March.442. Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler to Henry VIII.
Add. MS.
32,656, f. 233.
b. m.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii. No. 433.
Send letters received from the Wardens of the East, West and Middle Marches, the latter showing that Casselles is departed into Scotland. With those from the East and Middle Marches are bills of the names of Englishmen of reputation taken prisoners at the raid to Melrose, and the names of Scottish prisoners lately taken "being none of those which were taken at Solempne Mosse." Will however cause more perfect books to be made and send them up, together with their opinion what prisoners on both sides are meet to be exchanged. Darneton, 28 March. Signed.
Pp. 1. Add. Endd.: 1544.
[28 March.]443. ——— to [Shrewsbury ?].
Shrewsb. MS.
A., p. 417.
Heralds'
College.
Stevenson's
"Selections."
20.
(Maitl. Club.)
I am informed that on Friday, 27 March, the Governor with many other lords of Scotland were come to Addington; and the Governor said that they would come to Tevidall and the Marse "to bring in all their men again" and pardon them if they would be good Scotsmen; but other lords answered him that if he did no displeasure to England at this time his men would not come so soon to him another time. It was therefore concluded, as the Scotsman whom I brought to my lord Warden said, that the Governor and his company should come to Murose Abbey this Saturday and so through Tividall, while Angus, Bodwell and George Douglas came through Lodyn and the Marse to lie at Wederborne this Saturday. They will take in all the assured men and give them a general pardon; and on Monday morning they purpose to invade England and burn Cornell and, in their way home, Warke, reckoning to have done their feat by 9 a.m. He parted with them this Saturday at Addington and came to Berwyk by 6 p.m. "Also, my Lord, he tells me that he heard men speak of two lords that lies in Carlell, and if by any means or policy that can be devised they will be gotten home." He says that he never saw so many "well geared" men as they are. They number 12,000. The governor and his company are in one host, and Angus, Bodwell and Sir George Douglas in another.
Copy (?), pp. 2.
29 March.444. Lisle to [Shrewsbury].
Shrewsb MS.
P., p. 83.
Heralds'
College.
Bearer, Anthony Harvye, late one of the men of arms in the King's town of Boulloign, desires to serve in the North under your Lordship and to sue for the room of Thomas Basforde who, amongst others, was lately slain in Scotland. Begs favour for him. London, 29 March. Signed.
P. 1.
29 March.445. Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler to Henry VIII.
Add. MS.
32,656, f. 235.
b. m.
Hamilton
Papers,
ii. No. 434.
Send several letters received from the lord Warden of the East Marches, showing that the assembled Scots pretend an invasion into England. Think that it is only a pretence, and rather meant for defence, but have taken order for their repulse. Darneton, 29 March 1545. Signed.
P. 1. Add. Endd. 1541.
29 March.446. Arran to Anne Countess of Oldenborch and Delmen-Horst.
Royal MS.
18 B. vi. 177.
b. m.
Epp. Reg. Sc.,
ii. 242.
Has received her letters with those of the king of the Danes, signifying that four ships of her citizens of Emden were carried off from the Norwegian port of Treschort by Scots. Assures her that the outrage was not authorised; and, as neither the letters nor the messenger give the names of those who did the injury, it is impossible to proceed. Edinburgh, 4 kal. Ap. 1545.
Lat. copy, pp. 2.
29 March.447. Edmond Harvel to Henry VIII.
R. O.Wrote on the 10th inst. Has since learnt, from my 1. Privy Seal, Henry's success at Bolaine, to the immortal fame of our nation whom the enemies so far overmatched in number. A messenger from the Venetian orator lately brought letters from the Turk's court, of 10 and 14 Feb., about "differences of confines" between the Turk and this Signory, of little moment. The Turk hastens his navy, which shall be of 100, or even 150, galleys. His going in person to Hungary is doubtful, but the preparations by land are great. Ferdinando lately sent an ambassador to the Turk to practise a longer truce. Signified in last letters that a French messenger had come from the Turk's Court in 18 days affirming the Turk's resolution to make expeditions. Another messenger has since appeared going out of France towards the Turk,—indicating hot practices between the French king and the Turk. It is published that the Emperor gives Milan to Orleans, with his niece, but the conditions are kept secret; also that the French king practises "truce with the Turk for vj. years, between the Emperor and him," but some report that the French king moves the Turk to make expedition against Ferdinando. "By late letters from Rome, the Cardinal Pole was departed for Trent, whither the other two Cardinals (fn. 5) were arrived with certain bishops." Don Diego has gone hence to Trent, to get the Council prolonged because the Germans are occupied with the Diet of Urmes; but the Roman clergy seem to fear "lest a provincial council be concluded in this Diet which should be their last ruin." The Emperor seems inflamed against the Bishop of Rome (who fortifies Rome and other places against him) demanding restoration of Ascanio Colona, who lately arrived in Naples with 25 captains, where 2,000 Spaniards upon the confines "putteth the Bishop in great jealousy." The Bishop has refused to give men to the French king against Henry, saying he needs them for himself, and likewise the 25,000 cr. a month which the French king required of him, but grants the French king a decime upon the clergy; wherewith the Frenchmen are offended, and threaten "to reduce th'expeditions of Rome into France."
Here is appeared Philippo Pini, Henry's servant, with letters of recommendation from his Council, who seems to have men ready for service, staying only upon Henry's commission, not without charges. Ludovico de Larmye entertains a great band and is here in peril of life from the Bishop and the French part, for 12 men were lately sent by Piero Maria de San Secondo, the French king's captain, to slay him. He is apt and willing as any young man in Italy, "being doted with many laudable qualities." The Comito Bonifacio is in Ferare and has been in long communication with the Cardinal of Ferare, who is in great authority both with the French king and the Bishop. The Duke of Ferare has forbidden his subjects to serve Henry,—at the instigation of that Cardinal, as Harvel thinks. Here appear daily more soldiers desiring to serve Henry, who remain in great expectation of his pleasure. Venice, 29 March 1545.
P.S.—It seems that the Frenchmen prepare diligently the sending of their navy from Marcelles towards England. It is noised that Piero Strocy is come hither secretly and departed to Rome "to make men in Italy for the French king's account."
Hol, pp. 4. Add. Endd.
30 March.448. The Privy Council to Paget and Wotton.
R. O.
St. P., x. 376.
Perceiving by their letters of the 25th inst. their several conferences with the Emperor and the Regent, and others of the Council, the King commands them, in next conference, to say that, touching the arrest, since the traffic has been insisted upon and an article (divised so as not to touch the King's claim for the declaration against France) sent hither, although the treaty is so plain that the King has reason not to assent to it; he has another urgent cause to stick at it, which is that, as the Frenchmen brag of their force to be set to the seas, and are not furnished with sufficient ships, they might stay some of the Emperor's subjects' ships for their own use. Since the Emperor still requires so earnestly to have the traffic with France, he will doubtless provide that no such inconvenience may ensue; and is, therefore, to be pressed to covenant that no ships of over 120 tons shall traffic, or else (if he cannot be induced thereto) to capitulate with the French king not to use his subjects' ships in these wars, and send the King an authentic copy of the capitulation. Obtaining this request and the full discharge of his ships, the King is content "to leave out this term 'equipage' and also to add the general article for saving of their traffic," as appears by the articles sent herewith; which also show his resolution for the day and places of the Diet—as for the Commissioners he could not resolve, not knowing the condition of those to be appointed by the Emperor. Although, for considerations mentioned in your letters, the King is pleased to leave out the word equipage, which they said was too general, you shall cause them to declare what they mean by the term munitions, and induce them to include therein sails, sailyards, pitch and tar.
As to the overtures for the peace; as the Emperor has shown himself willing, of himself, to travail therein, the King will consent to a truce until 1 Oct. next, of this strength, viz., that neither Prince shall directly or indirectly annoy or procure others to annoy any possessions already belonging to the other. Further proceedings in this he prays the Emperor to signify to Wotton.
In debating the matter of the arrest, you shall remember to them the King's two prizes, viz., the Françoys of Diepe and the other Scottish ship taken by Mr. Stafford, and, albeit the "prescription of jurisdiction declared unto you by Scory" might justly be debated, yet, because they are content to discharge the prize, and it may be as good a law against them here in other cases, it is to be passed over with a few words of its unreasonableness.
Enclose a letter to the Bastard of Geldres.
These things taking a good end, you, Mr. Secretary, shall take leave and return.
Draft corrected by Petre, pp. 13. Endd.: M. to Mr. Paget, xxxo Marcii 1545.
30 March.449. [The Privy Council] to the Bastard of Gelders.
R. O.The King has received his letter of the 14th inst. and appreciates his diligence in amassing men for his service, and offer of more if necessary; [but as it is not yet the season for marching, he is only to have his number ready to march upon warning to be given, as in his letters of retainer and instruction is declared]. (fn. 6) His letter reports that he has sent a man with credence, who is not yet arrived as the letter came from Flanders by the King's courier. The King marvels to hear nothing from him of the commission given to him touching the mariners. Westm., 30 March 1544 (sic).
French. Draft, corrected in English by Petre, pp. 2. Endd.: "M. to the Bastard of Geldres, xxxo March 1545."
30 March.450. The Privy Council to Edmond Haravel.
R. O.The King, understanding, by Harvel's letters and otherwise, the good service done him there by Ludovico de Larmes, who seemed by his last letters very desirous to know how the King would further employ him, now, by letters from the Council, directs him to repair to Harvel, who shall say to him as ensues:— 1. That the King thanks him for his services there. 2. Because it is not yet certain how his men could "pass presently to such place as his Majesty would wish," and his being there may further the King's affairs, his Majesty means him to remain there, with the captains retained at his contemplation, ready to serve. For these captains, who must be men of estimation and experience, he shall be allowed 25 ducats a month a piece, for ten, and they, or at least their names, are to be presented to Harvel, that he may enquire whether they are able men and certify their names hither. Like commission for making men has also been given to Count Bernardo de Santo Bonifacio of Verona, Philippo Pyne of Luca and Angelo Mariano of Cremona; and if any of them, upon knowledge of the above appointment, make suit to have the like, if they make earnest suit, Harvel shall (travailing to get the number as small as possible) agree upon no more than ten captains for Count Bonifacio and eight for the other two. In this he shall play the good husband and save as much as possible in wages and entertainment, granting to none above 25 ducats the month. To encourage them with a taste of the King's liberality, bills of exchange for 1,000l., from Ant. Bonvice and Ant. Salvage, are enclosed; which money is to be so distributed that each captain may have two or three months' wages beforehand.
Draft corrected by Petre, pp. 7 Endd., M. to Mr. Harvell, xxxo Marcii 1545.
30 March.451. The Privy Council to Bugler.
R. O.
St. P., x. 379.
The King has seen your letters and takes your proceedings with the Landgrave "in gracious part"; and, for answer, signifies that, whereas the Landgrave means not to enter any league with his Majesty unless "gone through withal for his men," for whom he must have a pawn or reciproque of 200,000 cr., and seems to depend much on the Emperor on the one side and to fear the displeasure of the French king and his confederates on the other, his Majesty will not travail further for the having of his men. And yet, because he always pretends great devotion to the King, you are gently to show him that you have answer that, since it might offend the French king and perchance some of his confederates, for which the time served not, and the passage of the men would be difficult, and since he himself advised that the King should get them where they might easier be brought to his service, his Majesty intends to provide himself elsewhere, having daily offers of more than he shall need. As to the marriage, league and other things for which the Landgrave has sent into Denmark, you shall remain there and advertise the King of the answer thereof. Meanwhile you shall travail to learn and notify how their Diet proceeds with all occurrents there.
Draft, pp. 10. Endd.; M. to Mr. Buckler, xxxo Marcii 1545.
30 March.452. Paget to Petre.
R. O.Having commodity of sending, I address to you a letter and certain articles sent me by one who used to give intelligence to Mr. Vaughan, to be shown to the King. Upon Friday last I went to see the fortifications at Andwerpe, fearing lest, if suddenly revoked for the purpose you touched in last letters (I mean for going to Bullen), I should have had no leisure. To-day I returned to Bruseles, looking shortly for answer to the letters which Francisco brought. Herewith is a letter from Drummond to Mr. Vaughan which I have opened, whereof you may make him privy and communicate it to the King. Bruseles, 30 March 1545.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.
R. O.2. H. Corrn to [Paget].
D'Anvers ce 26e de Mars 1545 a d. nte (a Domini nativitate?): — The renown of his virtue encourages the writer who is dedicated to his service as will be seen "par les heuvres tant commancees que pour celles advenyr." Encloses a memoir to be put in better form and sent to England, and calls special attention to the last article of it. Has heard that he is coming from Brussels hither; and hopes to speak with him.
French. Hol., p. 1. Not addressed.
R. O.3. The "Memoir" referred to in § 2.
"Les partyes sur les quelles on se pourra informer de Bodon."
To know why he only took out letters of burgess-ship in February last when he had dwelt here 20 or 25 years? To ask him the name of his partner, who in their contract of partnership is described as of Geneva, a neutral territory near the country of the Swiss, and who in returning from London to Bruges called himself Claude Franchois and here was named Maître Jacques, but is really Francois de la Borde, sergent du camp of the King of France. The said De la Borde is a man of 40 or 45 years old, of fierce bearlike aspect (quazi comme lourche) with one hand injured and wearing in one ear a little gold token. Further articles to show that Jehan Bodon must have known that De la Bord was a French spy before he went with him to England, and that their going thither was for other purposes than trade; but that a Spaniard named Jehan, who speaks English well and is made their agent in England, and Bodon's nephew, Nicholas Bodon, who carried letters to them, know nothing of their secrets. De la Bord enquired of sailors at Antwerp about places for landing an army in England and engaged some sailors to go into France to serve the French king, and also sent two Easterling sea captains thither by land. He also enquired what munitions the King of England was bringing hence; and on Friday, 20 March, he left in post for the French court, saying that he would return at the end of this month. Reports suspicious words, of which he has already informed Wm. Damouzel, as told since the beginning of Lent by Estyne Janellot Romayn, viz. that in presence of Loys Godart and five or six other gentlemen in the Old Bourse, one of the company said that there were certain canvas merchants who had gone to London for other business than to sell canvas, as would be seen within three months. Suggests that Bodon, who is avaricious, might be bribed, &c. De la Bord offered the writer wages to serve the French king; but he declined, having served the King of England hitherto without wages. Declares that his life will be in danger if Bodon is suffered to return to Antwerp, and concludes "vo're hemble srvyteur Helyes Corrn dem't an Anvers vous seuplye plus q. treshemblemant q. les affayres soyentz condeuytz tyellemant q., por fer srvyce a s. d. Mte, je ne soyez pryve de ma vye quy mest plus q. nulz autres byens."
French, of rery peculiar spelling, pp. 3.
30 March.453. Richmond Herald to the Council.
R. O.I have been "a boude" for to make provision for corn, and now here such restraint is made that none may pass out, and also the King of Denmark will let none pass out of his dominion; so that none can be had save from Hamboro and Breme. If the King would write to the Councils of these towns to give licence, I doubt not to have a good deal. An ambassador out of France has been with the King of Denmark this month and more and remains there as yet. I cannot learn his business there or at Hamboro, where he spoke with the Council. The Scots have a great trade to Hamboro and they of Hamboro a great trade in Scotland, but if the King would write to the Council of Hamboro "they should not tarry long there." The King of Denmark makes no provision for wars either by sea or land, nor does any man in these parts. "There was dywars shippes which wolde have ghonne in to Holland yf I hade not bene, which shippes ware laden wt korne; so I truste the be comme to London, but the wolde rader stande to sellet (sell it) as the presse is there than the wolde make any presse wt my." Lubeck, 30 March 1545. Subscribed "yor assuryd to comand, Richemond Herauld."
Hol, pp. 2. Add. Endd.
30 March.454. Cardinal Pole to Cardinals de Monte and Cervini.
Poli Epp.,
iv. 186.
As the Pope desires me to leave at once after the feasts I send this bearer (queato mio) (fn. 7) in advance of me to provide things necessary, and to show you this letter. Rome, 30 March 1545.
Italian.
31 March.455. Otwell Johnson to John Johnson.
R. O.London, last of March 1545: — Private affairs. One sentence, entirely in French, dealing with a proposal of marriage for the writer, ends with the words "et ce pendant ayes la bouche cousue, je vous prie."
Hol., p. 1 Add.. at Glapthorne; with a further direction that this letter and a small leaden bottle of ink are to be left at the Great Inn at Newporte Pagnell to be forwarded to Tykeford House.
31 March.456. Shrewsbury, Tunstall and Sadler to Henry viii
R. O.
St. P.. v. 423.
Send letters from the Wardens of the East and Middle Marches confirming "the Scots' assemblies and preparations to the Borders," whether for their own defence or for invasion. Have by proclamation stirred all the Bishopric to be ready to set forth to the Borders if required. Darneton, last of March 1545. Signed.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
31 March.457. St. Mauris to Covos.
Add. MS.
28,594, f. 103.
B. M.
[Spanish
Calendar,
VIII., No. 36.]
* * * The French king's disease. Preparations continue for the invasion of England next summer and the commander is already chosen. He expects to have 30,000 men, of whom 6,000 will be cavalry, and Captain Paulin, who left a fortnight ago for Marseilles to conduct the galleys, will be his lieutenant. The Prior of Capua will serve under Paulin, although anxious to leave the French service and recover money he spent for the French king in Italy. At Rouen six galleys have been built, and six vessels have arrived from Scotland to aid the French. Three weeks ago a Scottish ambassador brought word that without prompt aid the Scots must come to terms with the English. Thereupon the King despatched M. de Lorge with 2,500 foot and 600 house, of whom 100 are Scots; but they cannot reach Scotland before the end of April, and only carry 60,000 cr., so that the said ambassador is in despair. The English have captured a castle near Ardres, by which they can easily hinder its being revictualled. But the King has sent men to Abbeville to do so if possible. About ten days ago arrived an English merchant of London named Tout Lorges, accompanied by another Englishman "without whom he was unable to negociate," and told Chastillon, the Queen's maître d' hotel, that a Secretary (fn. 8) of the King of England at Brussels sent him to show the King of France that his King desired peace and to abandon the Emperor, who had made peace without him and was seeking to ruin them both; he would marry the Princess of England to the Duke of Orleans and give her as dower that which otherwise he might spend to no purpose in war, and if the Prince of England (who was weakly) died, Orleans should be king. The King of France replied, through Chastillon, that he would listen to no proposals until Boulogne was restored; and Tout Lotges returned for his King's decision, promising to be back in a fortnight. Before he left the King received him in state. Has informed the Emperor.
Prelates and learned men are chosen to attend the Council, but make no show of starting. Quarrel with the Pope as to the 6,000 men promised against the English. The Spanish Jacobin friar (fn. 9) who intervened in the peace negotiations was recently sent to Rome by the King of France, to exhort the Pope to write to the Emperor to declare against England. As the French press for the Emperor's declaration of the alternative, the Emperor pressed for the original conveyance of Stenay to France, which was at last found hidden in the house of Mons. de Longueval. The new duke of Lorraine has been ill. The King counts upon getting Milan for Orleans, but with our Princess. He has increased his galleys by a quarter and proclaimed that he must have money. He will try to avoid furnishing this year his contingent against the Turk. The Pope will send 4,000 men against the English, but the King wants money, not men. The Turk's son has joined the Sophi and invaded Egypt. A gentleman sent to the Turk has just returned, saying that he is at Adrianople preparing for war. Fears he will be unable to recover the Duke of Alburquerque's property from the French. The King arrived here three days ago, and proceeds, by Tours, to Normandy. Ardres is still provisioned for six weeks. Plague spreads in Paris, Lyons and Picardy. Great scarcity reigns in Paris. Morette's secretary has brought word that the Emperor will declare as to the alternative by the end of this month. Morette is coming with the Emperor's envoy, but will return to his embassy after Easter. (fn. 10) Amboise, 31 March 1545.
Fr., pp. 8.
31 March.458. St. Mauris to Covos.
Spanish
Calendar,
viii. No 37.
Has only to add to what he wrote by the Emperor's courier that he has made the Emperor's declaration to the King to choose the alternative marriage of the King of the Romans' daughter, with Milan; but holding out hopes that Orleans, if better endowed, may have the Princess. Everyone is pleased and the King sends L'Aubespine to the Emperor. * *
* * Amboise, 31 March 1545.
*** A modern transcript is in B.M., Add. MS. 28,594 f. 107. Fr., pp. 4.
31 March.459. Arrest of English Ships in Spain.
R. O.Notarial certificate made by Francisco Guerra at Ayamonte, 31 March 1545, of the issue of the following documents (recited), viz.:—
(1) A commission of the Prince of Spain to the Marshal de Navara (described before as Pedro de Navara, marqués de Cortes), assistant of Seville, and the officers of the House of Contratacion there to enquire into the taking by Englishmen of a Spanish ship near Cape St. Vincent and a French ship in San Lucar de Barameda; and to arrest all English ships and goods there and in Caliz, San Lucar, Puerto Santa Maria and other ports of that coast. Valladoled, 20 March 1545.
(2) An order to the alcaldes of Ayamonte, Huelva, Moger, Perlos, Trigueros and Lepe, given upon receipt of information that Robert Reneguel (Reneger or Regener in § 2) and John his brother, Englishmen, with four ships and a pinnace, have, near Cape St. Vincent, boarded the ship of Francisco Gallego, coming from the Spanish Island, and taken all the gold and pearls therein together with 124 chests of sugar and 140 hides, the value of the goods taken being 7,243,075 maravedis (29,315 ducats in § 2); to arrest all ships and goods of Englishmen and deliver them by obligation in presence of Francisco Guera to substantial persons to be kept safe. Dated in the House of Contratacion at Seville, 27 March 1545, by the Marshal and Marques de Alma¸ar, and others named.
(3) Power of attorney given by Luys Fernandez and 26 other merchants (named) of Seville (upon the matter of the gold, &c., taken by English at Cape St. Vincent out of the ship San Salvador of Francisco Gallego, coming from Santo Domyngo de la Ysla Española de las Yndias del Mar Ociano, of which the captain of the said Englishmen agrees to make restitution and has written for certain persons to be sent to require it by law) to Fernando de la Fuente and Juano Nuñez. Seville, 26 March 1545.
(4) Delegation of the above power by Fernando de la Fuente and Juano Nuñez to Go de Sevilla, the bearer. Dated 27 March 1545.
Spanish. Copy, pp. 8. Endd. by Paget: The copy of the Prince of Spaynes decree of the arrest of our merchants in Spayne.
R. O.2. Contemporary English translation of the first two of the above documents and part of the third.
Pp. 5. Endd.
— March.460. Annates in Scotland.
R. ONotes of bonds laid in the Papal courts at Rome for payment of annates of benefices in Scotland, showing the annual value, the names of the holders and their agents, &c., and in most cases the dates of their bulls of appointment. The benefices are: — 1. The preceptory of St. Anthony near Leyth. 2. The priory of Monymuisk, Aberdeen dioc. 3. The archdeaconry of Tendalia (Teviotdale) in the church of Glasgow. 4. A canonry and prebend called Begar in the church of Holy Trinity without the walls of Edinburgh. 5. The vicarage of Tranent, St. Andrews dioc. 6. The archpresbitership of the church of Dunbar, St. Andrews dioc. 7. The precentorship of the church of Glasgow.
The dates range from December 1543 to March 1545.
Lat. Modern extracts from a Vatican MS.
461. Francis I. and Charles V.
Granvelle
Papiers
d Etat.
iii. 102
The points of which the French ambassador spoke to the Emperor: (fn. 11) with the answer.
That his master had sent to the Turk for safeconduct to an ambassador from the Emperor, and expected it to be at Venice before the said ambassador, so that his sending should be hastened; because the Turks are suspicious and might think delay intended to gain time. (To this the Emperor answered that it were well to communicate to you (fn. 12) the instruction given to the King's ambassador, that the Emperor might make his accordingly; the Emperor would send the envoy, by way of the King of the Romans, to Venice.) That in order to obtain a longer truce, which the King hopes to obtain for four or five years, the ambassadors should communicate their instructions and act together: the King of the Romans' envoy arrived with the Turk after the departure of the King of Portugal's, but was not likely to obtain anything because he had not first made due reverence to the bassas. That a Milanese gentleman, going towards Poland, had been taken and led to the Turk; and the French ambassador had obtained him assurance of his life. (The Emperor's answer was that he had heard nothing of it and would enquire what charge the gentleman had.) That the King of France heard that Duke Maurice of Saxony, the Count de Roeulx and Martin van Rossem were levying men for the King of England, and, as that King was comprehended in the treaty of peace and refused to fulfil it, the French king prayed the Emperor to give him no aid and to forbid the persons abovenamed to serve him. (The Emperor could not believe this of Duke Maurice, considering the law against serving any prince, and that the Duke last year made difficulty about serving the Emperor; as for the other two it was not so.) That the Emperor had given the King of England safeconduct to obtain from the Low Countries much powder, bullets, pikes, harness and other munitions of war, most of which was already brought into England; and moreover 5,000 or 6,000 harquebuses were coming from Millan which the Emperor allowed to pass: the King of France prayed the Emperor not to permit this. (These safeconducts were granted before the peace, and the Emperor will not allow any more munition to be obtained.)
French. * * * *
462. The Emperor's mediation. (fn. 13)
Spanish
Calendar,
viii No. 130.
"Suggestions that may be proposed to the King of England's ministers to attempt to bring about peace; or, failing that, a truce of long or short duration."
The King of England might consent to retain Boulogne only until the King of France paid him in one sum 1,000,000 cR. Of the arrears of pension, the latter undertaking to pay the pensions as they fall due and the balance of the said arrears; for it is unlikely that France could ever raise a complete million in addition to current payments, and for any failure of these current payments England might refuse to restore Boulogne. Meanwhile the King of France would be able to boast that he could have it back whenever he liked. Or else, the King of France might be induced to promise all the arrears up to 2,000,000 cr., in one sum or in short installments, and pay current pensions as they fall due; and then, if he failed to pay the 2,000,000 England would retain Boulogne. Or else, the King of France might be induced to cede Boulogne in exchange for the abolition of the hereditary pension of 4,000 cr., leaving only the life pension.
If neither of these suggestions is acceptable, a truce might give time for discussion; and the Princes should therefore be requested to appoint delegates to agree upon this point.
To induce the French ministers to listen, they should be shown the improbability of their recovering Boulogne by force, and the uncertainty of attacking England through Scotland; that, in case of the invasion failing, the King of England will make increased claims; that the English fight well; and that Christendom is weakened by the war. As for a truce, the French may be told that it is in their favour, as the King of England cannot live long and will leave a child to succeed him, whose guardians may make less difficulty in restoring Boulogne; and, besides, a truce would save Ardres, which is in great danger from famine and plague.
463. The Emperor's Alternative. (fn. 14)
Granvelle
Papiers
d Etat iii. 67.
Things to be considered before making the declaration of the alternative.
Of the 13 points enumerated the 7th deals with the possibility of making delay, one objection to which is that the Emperor's willingness to fulfil the treaty might be suspected, and the French might appoint with the English without him, and to his prejudice].
ii. The manner of taking the opinion of the lords of the Low Countries upon the above.
After long deliberation before the Queen, it is found expedient that the Emperor should deal with each of the lords separately, declaring how he was constrained to re-enter the war by invasions here (of Martin Van Rossem, Longueval and the Duke of Cleves) and also on the side of Rossillon and Italy, and by means of the Turk; and notably how his Majesty was bound to the King of England for the last expedition into France, the chief reason for which was to constrain the king of France to satisfy them both (the King of England being as much interested as the Emperor, because of the Scottish controversy and his pensions, arrears and debts). Remembering also the great expenses in Italy and the aid of the Empire not paid in time, the delay in taking Luxemburg, Lygny, Commercy and St. Disir, the scarcity of victuals, the want of co-operation by the English army, the impossibility of obtaining money to pay the troops, so that many advised retreat, the dexterity and secrecy that was required, and the practice of peace not begun until it was known that that of the King of England was already far advanced and the said King aiming at assuming the appointment of what concerned the Emperor, Remembering, moreover, the temporising so long that it was feared that the French ministers might not return or might see that the Emperor was retreating, the King of England's final answer that he could not and would not co-operate (correspond a l'emprise) and that the Emperor might treat de son coustel, besides that, from the beginning, it was clear that the King of England would not co-operate but stop at occupying Boullogne, having no sufficient force at the siege of Montereul but only an advance guard. Add to this the season and the place where the treaty was made, the disorder in the army, the danger of loss in retreat, notably of the artillery, great French forces being so close and the Emperor in doubt that the King of England might desert him (as it has been learnt since that the King was not unwilling to do so); and the Emperor hesitated to withdraw to the Low Countries with an army in disorder when the French king's forces were assembled and the Low Countries and the Emperor's other realms unable to maintain the war, the French king still holding what he had seized in Luxemburg, except the town, and also Landressy, and likewise in Milan, Piedmont and Montferrat. This declaration of the reasons for making the peace is all the more expedient as it is here spoken of diversely, and even in favour of the king of England; and this declaration of them to the lords will serve towards the ratification of the treaty by the Estates, who cannot so well be told the above particulars. It may also be mentioned that the treaty confirms the French king's renunciation of claims here and to Naples, Sicily and Spain, and restores the places he has occupied, except Hesdin.
With the above preamble the Emperor may proceed to speak of the alternative promise (arguments to be used detailed).
iii. Discourse and reasoning upon the alternative marriages of the Duke of Orleans and the Emperor's eldest daughter, with the Low Countries, or of Orleans and the second daughter of the king of the Romans, with Milan. Dated Brussels, 1545, in the month of February.
iv. The declaration of the alternative.
French.
464. The Emperor's Declaration.
R. OThe declaration which the Emperor has determined upon concerning the alternative capitulated in the last treaty of peace made in Crepi, 18 Sept. (fn. 15) 1544, for the marriage between the duke of Orleans and the Infanta of Spain with the states of Flanders and Burgundy, or else between the Duke and the second daughter of the king of the Romans with the state of Milan.
(1) That, by reason of his long sickness, of which he is not yet clearly rid, he was unable to go to Almayne to commune with his brother the king of Romans; and yet, according to the treaty, he declares that, whereas he would have been glad of the marriage with the Princess of Spain, he perceives that it might not be unless the portion of the Duke were increased to the proportion of the estate on this side, and therefore minds to stay upon the other party; but he will, if the French king wishes it, see whether means may not yet be found for the first party — and, for either marriage, he thinks the Duke's portion might well be increased. (2) In accordance with the treaty, he prays the King to proceed to the restitution of Hesdin upon some convenient recompense. [(3) He expects no sticking in the restitution of Charolois according to such letters as the French king has despatched about the same.] (fn. 16) (4) And, minding himself to proceed plainly with all men, he desires the King to consider the delay of restoration of the places beyond the Mountains, and that Laours (fn. 17) is still withheld [and the strange fashion used by the King's ministers in the matter of Asteney, and their laying the blame thereof on the duke of Lorayne, who was not in fault.] (fn. 18) (5) The King's commissaries at Cambray showed themselves too unreasonable and precise. (6) All the Emperor's subjects complain of robberies and violence by sea and land for which they can get no redress, but are put off with delays; and the King's ministers make countercharges which cannot be proved. (7) The Emperor's subjects cannot yet even obtain redress of things usurped by reason of the wars. (8) Considering how the Emperor is bound to the king of Portugal, the latter should enjoy peace by the last treaty, as by those which preceded it, and all letters of marque ought to cease; whereas subjects of Portugal are daily molested upon the sea. (9) Finally the Emperor requires his good brother to take due order for the observance of the peace.
Spanish, pp. 3. Numbers not in orginal.
R. O.
[Spanish
Calendar,
VII. 259.]
2. Modern transcript of a copy of the above at Simancas. Spanish, pp. 4.
R. O.3. English translation of § 1 in Mason's hand.
Pp. 4. Endd.: Th'Empereur's declaration touching th'alternatife of the mariage.
Leonard,
II, 456.
4. The declaration in French with the omissions noted above.
465. Grants in March 1545.
1. William Gorffyn. of Beading, Berks. Grant (for the manors of Middelton. Suss., and Newberry alias Newbery. Kent, with the advowsons of the parish churches of Middelton, Suss, and Earde alias Crayford, Kent, sold to the King, 26 March 35 Hen. VIII.. and for 127l. 14s. 2d.), in fee, of the manors of Cherney and Bassys, Berks., with appurtenances in Cherney, Shepehousefyld and Bassys. in tenure of John Yate and James, Ric., Andrew and Barth. his sons, lands in Gosey, Berks, called Gosewykes, Parke-mede, &c. (extents given), tithes in Cherney in tenure of Ric. Yate, and all appurtenances of the premises in Cherney, Shepehousefyld, Bassys and Pewsey altos Peusey, Berks, — Abendon mon,; the pasture upon Hurstedowne and lands in Welleheigh within Warneford parish, Hants, and lands called Merehulles and Walys Lands in Warneford parish, in tenure of Wm. Boyes and Eliz. his wife, and Thomas his son. — Mountague priory, Soms.; a messuage and land called Chauntrye Land in Warneford, Hants, late in tenure of Sir Thomas Lysle, dec., — Boxgrave priory, Suss.; and the advowsons of the churches and rectories of Farneborowe alias Farneburgh, Est Ildesley and Pewsey, Berks. Westm. 31 Jan. 36 Hen. viii. Del. Westm., 1 March.— P.S. Pat. p. 1,m. 1.
2. The prebend of Masham (Malsham in Pat. Roll). Licence to Robert arch- bp. of York to grant the advowson of the prebend of Masham in York cathedral to lord Chancellor Wriothesley; and licence to Wriothesley to regrant it either to the said abp., to the dean and chapter of York, to the abp.. dean and chapter or to the dean and chapter, master and fellows or warden and scholars of any collegiate church or college in England. Del. Westm., 1 March 36 Hen. viii.– S.B. Pat. p. 13, m. 13.
3. Robert Archbishop of York. Licence to hold annual visitations of the clergy and people of his province and fully to execute his ecclesiastical jurisdiction. Del. Westm., 1 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. Pat. p. 13, m. 16. Rymer. XV. 61.
4. Edward Hastynges, the King's servant. Lease of the farm of the subsidy and ulnage of cloth in Wiltshire for forty years from the expiration of a similar lease of 2 Feb. 20 Hen. viii. to Ambrose Dauncy for 20 years. The preamble explains the nature of the farm as created by Act of Parliament of 9 April 3 Edw. IV. Westm., 24 Feb. 36 Hen. viii. Del. Westm., 1 March.— P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 24.
5. Sir Edmund Pekham. Lease of the manors of Aldeforde. Echelles and Alderleigh, Chesh., for 60 years from the expiration of a 30 years' lease of them made to him by pat. 9 June 28 Hen. VIII. Westm., 26 Feb. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 March.— P.S. Pot. p. 23, m 19.
6. Richard Duke. Grant, in fee, for 900l., of the manor of Henxstryche, Some., with certain closes &c., parcel of the lands called Warwykes Landes; and a messuage and lands (specified) in tenure of Chr. Bateson in Yedden, Yorks., — Essholte priory. Del. Westm., 1 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (signed by Westminster, Petre, North, Moyle, Bacon and Chydley). Pat. p. 24, m. 17.
7. Walter Compton, of Strode Water, Glouc. Grant, in fee, for 675l. 18s., of the reversion and rent reserved on a crown lease to Ric. Cotton, 2 April 35 Hen. VIII., of the manor and lordship of Prescote, Glouc., and a close called Panters in Southwike (between the highway which leads from Tewkesbury to Cheltenham on the east, the close called Culverhouse Close on the west, with Tadlane alias Frog lane on the one side and the close called le Hoose on the other), all which manor and close belonged to Tewkysbury mon., for 21 years, at 36l. 5s. rent during Cotton's lifetime and 37l. 5s. afterwards. Also grant of the said manor of Prescote and close called Panters, and the wood called Prescote Coppes (6 ac.) Del. Westm., 1 March 36 Hen. viii— S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, St. John, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 26, m. 35.
8. Bpric. of Llandaff. Congé d'élire to the president and chapter of the cathedral of Llandaff on the voidance of the see by the translation of Robert now abp. of York. Westm., 1 March 36 Hen. viii. Del. Westm., 2 March— P. S. Pat. p. 2, m. 34. Rymer, XV. 62.
9. Sir Edmund Bedyngfeld and Grace his wife. Grant, for 702l. 18s. 9d., of the manor and grange of Canaham alias Caneham, Norf., tithes upon lands in Stoke, Wirreham and Wrotton, Norf., late in tenure of John Smith, and all appurtenances of the said manor and grange in Canaham, Stoke, Wirreham, Wrotton and Boughton, Norf. To hold to the said Sir Edmund and Grace and the heirs of the body of the said Grace, with remainder to Eustace Sulyard and the heirs of his body, and, in default, to the right heirs of the said Grace and Eustace. Del. Westm., 2 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bacon and Duke) Pat. p. 14. m. 25.
10. John Mawde, groom of the Bottles (lagenarum). Lease of a watermill in Carleton and another in Burton, Yorks., parcel of Middelham lordship, pertaining to the duchy of York, assigned by Parliament for maintenance of the garrison of Berwick; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 2 March 36 Hen. VIII.— S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 19, m. 2 (dated 2 May).
11. John Smyth, LL. D. Presentation to the rectory of Marthar Tydvell, Llandaff dioc., void by death. Westm.. 26 Feb. 36 Hen. viii. Del. Westm.. 2 March.— P.S. Pat. p. 23, in. 9.
12. Hugh Selbye of Carlyle alias Hugh Selby of the realm of Ireland. Pardon of murders, felonies, &c., committed in Ireland. Westm.. 26 Feb. 36 Hen. viii. Del. Westm., 3 March.— P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 34.
13. Sir Roland Hyll, of London. Grant, in fee, for 290l. 15s., of the lands in Uckyngton, within the parish of Attyngham, Salop, in tenure of John Adderley, John Morley John Barowe, John Kynge, Wm. Cruys, Thos. Cotwall, John Wever, John Wyldyng, Robt. Cot-wall, sen., and Wm. and Robt. his sons, Marg. Cotwall, Win. Pers. Wm. Newton, Marg. Bagley and Ric. Chorlton, two watermills at Doncote in Uckyngton, in tenure of Roger Poyner, rent of 2s. from lands in Howie in the parish of Chetwyn and Hynstoke alias Hynscote, Salop, in tenure of Wm. Yonge, and lands in Okeclyffe alias Okeley in the parish of Muxton, Staff., in tenure of Roger Mason, with all possessions of Lylleshall mon., Salop, in these places, — Lylleshall a messuage, &c., in Prestons Weere within the parish of Upton Magna, Salop, in tenure of John ap Richard and Joan his wife, and a salthouse (salina) commonly called "a wychehowse" and two leads upon le Snarehyll in Wico Malbano, commonly called Nantewyche, Chesh., in tenure of Ralph Mynshull, and all possessions of Haughmond mon., Salop, in these places, — Haughmond; lands in Hatton Hyndeheth alias Hatton Hyneth, Salop, in tenure of John Adney and Ric. Tayler, and all possessions of Wombrydge priory there,— Wombrydge. Except the void ground 35ft. long and 12ft. wide adjoining the said " wychehowse" and not leased to Mynshull. Del. Westm,, 3 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (stamped and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, North, Whorwood and Chydley). Pat. p. 14, m. 31.
14. Sir William Butte. Grant in fee, for 767l. 12s. 6d., of the house and manor of Edgefelde, Norf., and the wood called Priours Wood (100 ac.) in Edgefeld,— Bynham priory; the lordship and manor of Overdeane and Netherdeane, Beds, — Huntingdon priory, the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Mentmore, Bucks. — priory of West Smythfeld, London; and all appurtenances of the premises in Edgefelde, Norf.. in Overdeane Netherdeane and Bolnehurst, Beds, and in Mentmore, Bucks. Also lands (18 ac.) in tenure of Wm. Clerke, beneath le Calphe Woodde on the eastern side of the own of Nowton, Suff., and lands in tenure of John Person in Levermere Magna, Suff., — Bury St. Edmunds mon.; lands called Frerne, in tenure of John Churche, in Magna Totham, Essex — Beighley mon.', three messuages, &c., in tenure of Wm. Foskymme, and one in tenure of –– Fachill, within the site of the late Carmelite Friars of London; four messuages, &c., in tenure of John Sterne, in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate, London, — St. Mary Graces mon. Del. Westm., 3 March' 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (injured. Stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Paget, Bakere, North, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 14. m. 35.
15. William Nevyll. Grant, in fee, for 89l. 20d., of the rectory of Burton, Notts, in tenure of John Stokys, and the advowson of the vicarage there, — Workesope priory. Del. Westm., 3 March 36 Hen. viii. — S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Paget, St. John, Bakere, North, Bradshawe, and Staunfordi. Pat. p. 20, m. 37.
16. Richard Gunter, of Oxford, and James Gunter, of London. Grant, in fee, for 114l. 16s. 8d., of a chief messuage, &c., and certain lands (named) in the parish of Bishops Cleve, Glouc.. in tenure of Roger Fowler, rent and service from lands in Alderton aliax Aldrington in tenure of Wm. Hickeforde, and lands there in tenure of Robt. Page, and lands in Dixton, Glouc.. in tenure of Wm. Rote, — Tewkysbury mon.; the rectory of Kado-keston alias Llangattocke, co. Glamorgan, in tenure of Lisane Thomas, late abbot of Neth, and the advowson of the vicarage there, — Neth mon.; a piece of void ground at Brokenwarff in the parish of St Mary Somersett, London, 52 ft. long by 40 ft. wide, in tenure of Jas. Gunter, and the wall enclosing it, — Card.Wulcey, attainted. Del. Westm., 3 March 36 Hen. viii. -S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bacon and Chydley). Pat. p. 24, in.. 28.
17. Sir William lord Stourton. Grant, in fee, for l,403l. 16s. 0½d., of the lordship and manor of Hynton Mare, Dors., a sheephouse and lands called Preste Lands in tenure of Nic. Tydder, and woods called Parkewood and Hynton Coppes (15 ac.) in Hynton Mare, the house and manor of Caundell, Dors., and the advowson of the rectory of Caundell Purs, — Shaftesbury mon.; the house and manor of Caundell Purase and woods called Abbottes Woode and Roughcrofte Coppes (6 ac.) in Caundell Pursse,— Athelney mon., Soms.; a messuage, &c., in tenure of Humph. Bromesgrove in le Olde Markett in Bristol, another in tenure of Hen. Felde in Cornestrete there, two others (one called the Kynges Hedde) in tenure of Griffin Davie in St. Peter's parish there, and another in tenure of John Brandekyne in Wynestrete there and all other possessions of the mon. of Maydenbradley in Bristol. — Maydenbradley. Wilts. Del. Weatm., 3 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Bacon and Duke. Pat. p. 26, m. 38.
18. William Coly or Colly alias Colyns, of London, tailor. Pardon for aiding and abetting Ric. Dikker alias Stanchall, John Evans, Thos. Busshe alias Busshey, Thos. Thompson, Thos. Colyns alias Monkey, Nic. Darrett alias Castela, Thos. Johnson, Wm. Baylly, Chr. Hall, and John Smyth, all of London, labourers, in three several robberies of wearing apparel (described, and values given) the goods of Francis Seoriatt, minstrel, Joan Quyk, widow, and Henry Auncell, cloth worker, on 10 April, 22 March and 4 April 35 Hen. VHI., respectively. Westm., 26 Feb. 36 Hen. VHI. Del. Westm., 4 March.— P.S. Pat. p. 23, IH. 18.
19. William Smythe, of Welborne, Line. Grant, in fee, for 447l. 7s. 6d., of the manor and lordship of Hunnyngton alias Honyngton, Line., in tenure of Edw. Villers, the farm of the same, the messuage and house in Womandon, Leic., in tenure of Edw. Villers, a meadow called Styxwolde Dale in Bottisforde, Leic., in tenure of the said Edward, and an acre of meadow in Bottisforde in tenure of Robt. Lawson, and all appurtenances of the said manor in Hunnyngton alias Honyngton, Barston, Cyston, Womandon and Bottisforde, Line, and Leic.,— Styxwolde priory; and 30 ac. of meadow called Milkethinge alias Mikelyng, in Barston, Line., in tenure of Chr. Porter,— St. Katharine's priory beside Lincoln. Except lands to the annual value of 25s. in Stoke granted to Ant. Ellys and a mill in Paunton of the annual value of 33s. id. granted to Robt. Tyrwytt. Del. Westm., 4 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bradshawe and Staunford). Pat, p. 26, m. 25 (dated 5 March).
20. Nicholas Luke, one of the barons of the Exchequer, and Thomas Kyrry, of London, salter. Fiat for letters patent to them of the custody of a fishery in Eton and Wyboldeston, Beds, for 21 years at 18rf. rent and 2d. increase. Del. Westm.. 4 March 36 Hen. viii.— S.B. (signed by lord Treasurer Norfolk, with note of names of the sureties.)
21. William Chapleyn and John Sel-wood. Grant, in fee (for 429l. 15s. 10d. paid to the General Surveyors and 807l. 16s. 8d. to the Augmentations), of the manor of Pyeworthy, Devon, and the advowson of the rectory of Pyeworthy,—Margaret Countess of Salisbury, attainted; the manor of Wrangton, Devon,—Plympton priory; the manor and the rectory of Bukyngton. Devon,—Hertland mon.; the manor of Westcombeland, Soms.,—St. John's of Jerusalem and Templecomb preceptory; and certain small woods (named) in Pyeworthy, Bukyngton and Westcombeland. Also a messuage, &c., called Guyrtgraunge in Kellynyock parish, co. Anglesea—Conwaie mon., and the lands of that mon. in tenure of Wm. Stumpp. And numerous lands (specified) in and near Taunton, Soms., in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalen, St. James, and West Monkton, in tenure of John Carvanyell, Wm. Vyney, Bog. Hill, Wm. Langham, John Bekyngton, John Studyar, Hen. Cliffe, John Wyllysdon, Joan Knollys, Edw. Mathewe, Nic. Walrond, John Tootehill, Joan God, and divers poor people of the "spytelhouse" on the north side of St. Margaret's chapel beside Taunton. with all other lands in these places in tenure of Agnes Tedbury, Joan Beram. Hen. Hyll, Matilda Yeorke, Wm. Dawe, Ric. Grevys, Matilda Helyar, Joan Gold, Rog. Fauntleroy, Hen. Yen, Wm. Wer, Alex. Conwaie, Nic. Hill. Joan Tanner. Wm. Clayhanger, Geo. Spragg, Wm. Boch, Matth. Morton, John Lyme, Thos. Brydge, John Dolman, John Harrys, John Warreyn, Isabel gpicer, Ric. Vynt, Wm. Sutton, John Harcomb, John Culverwill, Robt. Thomas, John Sydenham, Isabel Wostley, Thos. Browri, Thos. Daie, Bog. Fauntleroy, Wm. Hunt, John Best, John Carvanyell, John Callowe, Thos. Edwardes, John Tanner, Wm. Down, John Pyne, John Lylley, Thos. Carey. Wm Nicholas, John Tomkyns, Joan Stery, John Stery, Wm. Olyver. Agnes Pears, Ric. Hawkyns, Chr. Parkman, Wm, Spencer, Robt. Saunders, Edw. Mathewe, John Hill, Owen Gryff, Wm. Macy, Marg. Gold, the churchwardens of St. James', Robt. Hayn, John Gredy, John Martyn, Geo. Broke, Thos. Webbe, Alice Bede, John Dudderygge, John Sprete, Wm. Powell, Ph. Long, Hen. Predy, Hen. Baker, Wm. Watkyns, Robt. Hill, Walt. Yeorke, Wm. Cornwall, John Bryghtwyne, John Alondon, John Trobrydge, Joan Dorrey, John Wytcombe, Thos. Old, Wm. Spencer, Ric. Pytte, John Williams, Joan Andrewys, Thos. Foxe and Thos. Yong, a piece of ground beside the tenement of Ric. Grevys, another beside that of Joan Andre we and an empty tenement beside the chapel of St. Mary Magdalene in tenure of John Gnlley,—Taunton priory.Del. Westm.,5 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, North, Bakere. Sir Robt. Southwell, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 14, m. 27.
22. John Bellow and Edward Bales. Grant, for 1,386l. 13d. of the manor of Stonesby, Leic.,—Dalby preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; messuages, &c. in Wigesley, Notts, in tenure of John Talans, Hen. Skendelbye, Marg. Leuerys, Marg. Grubbye and Ric. Keddylthorpe,—St. Katharine's priory beside Lincoln; the grange called Es't Harwing, Linc., in tenure of Ric. Greyer,—Swyneshed mon.: rents from John Baker, Robt. Thurnebek, Nic. Cranwell, Joan Smyth, and Thos. Hudeschynson in Brauncewell, Linc., and lands in tenure of Robert Carre there,—Catley mon.; the grange called le Holmes in Hekyngton parish, Linc., and lands there in tenure of John Robynson and Godfrey Darell,—Temple Bruer preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; lands in Northikam, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Dove,—Eagle preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage, &c., in Multon alias Melton, Ntht. in tenure of Henry Locke and Agnes his wife,—Fynneshede priory; a messuage, etc., in Longdon, Warw., in tenure of Baldwin Palmer, and another in tenure of Wm. Rouse,—Henwood priory; a messuage, &c., in Sprudlyngton, Line, in tenure of Robt. Dighton,—iniloughton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage, &c., in Hagworthingham, Linc., late in tenure of Ric. Woodall and formerly of Thos. Burton and now of Wm. Wright, and lands there in tenure of Hen. and Joan Dente and Robt. Williamson,—Bardeneymon.; lands in Athlingfleate, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Gorrell,—Selby mon.,Yorks.; lands in Tevylbye, Linc., in tenure of Wm. Talbotte,—Syxhill mon.; the grange in Dunesbye, Linc., and lands in Dunesbye and Brauncewell, in tenure of Alice and John Wilkinson,—Neivboo mon.; messuages, &c., in Walcott, Linc., in tenure of Edm. Quynce and Wm. Bere, and in Crofton, Linc., in tenure of John Smyth,—Sempringham mon.; lands in Digbye, Linc., in tenure of Wm. Flynton,—Catteley mon.; lands in Cathorppe, Linc., in tenure of Thos. Capellan', rector there, and John Geffrey,—St. Katharine'smon. without Lincoln; a messuage, &c., in Kyrby Lethorpp, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Gylen alias Gyldyng, and a chief messuage, &c., there in tenure of Wm. Clare,—Grace-diewe mon., Leic.; lands in Staneygatte, Linc., in tenure of Alex.Leke,—Willough-ton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a house, &c., in Gyrton, Notts, in tenure of Wm Collett,—Eagle preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the manor of Southern alias Southoo Graunge, Yorks,, and lands in Hoke and Swyneflete. Yorks., in tenure of Robt. Bayle,–Louth Parke mon.. Line.; a messuage, &c., in Irbye, Linc., late in tenure of John Patrik and now of John Fysher,—Welloo mon.; messuages, &c.. in Hagworthingham, in tenure of John Johnson and Ric.—(blank), and the manor in (sic) Brampton, Yorks., in tenure of Thos., John and Robt. Grusholme,—St. Katharine's mon. without Lincoln; the manor of Sturton beside Stowe, Linc., and lands there in tenure of Thos. Nalers, Edw. Barker, and John Darwyn,—Hevenyngpriory; rent and service from lands in Scotton, Linc., in tenure of John Yong and Eobt. Wightam,—Thorneholme mon.; rent and service from lands in Lymber, Linc., in tenure of Barnard Mesenden,—Nourotton priory; a chief messuage, &c..in Lymber, in tenure of Thos. Smyth,—Willoughton preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; lands in Ingham, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Dyghton,—Barlynges mon.; the rectory of Wyspyngton. Linc.,—Kyrkested mon.; lands" in Bawmburgh, Linc., in tenure of Ric. Sawman,—Bridlington priory Line, (aic); a messuage and lands called Hundesley.Yorks., in tenure of Edw. Bales, and rent from lands in tenure of Wm. Plomptou there,—Durham mon, Dhani.; the manor of Alston thorppe, But!., in tenure of Sir John Harryngton,—Bornemon., Line.; a cottage, Ac., in Willesforthe alias Wylesworth, Linc., in tenure of Thos. Everott,— Fosse mon., Line.; rent and service from lands in Edlyngton. Linc., in tenure of Matth. Thimolbye,—Bardeney mon.; lands (specified) in Workesopp, Notts, in tenure of Agnes Wylkynson, and in Badford, Notts, in tenure of Wm. Bullesse, Ralph Gelder and Mary Garth, a cottage, &c., in Workesopp, in tenure of John Taylor, and a messuage, &c., called Bakerhowse Flatt in Workesopp,—Workexopp priory.
Also lands (15 ac) in the field of Ryston, in two places called Hareburgh and Harresti, Notts, in tenure of Ric. Cecill; lands in Creton, Ntht., which King Richard II. granted to Hugh Ferrour. for life, now in tenure of John Butteler.of the Exchequer; and a piece of meadow beside le Pye in the fields of Northampton also in Butteler's tenure, in the King's hands by reason of felony committed by Juliana Murdock.
Also a messuage, &c., in York (situation described) in tenure of Robt. Manne,—commandry of Mount St. John, Yorks.,and St. John's of Jerusalem; a messuage within the precinct of Clerkenwell mon., in tenure of John Welley alias Wyllybye,—Clerkenwell mon.; a messuage, &c., in Westegate within the town of New Sleford, Linc., in tenure of Thos. Truwell, and shops there (tenants Thos. Swanbye, Thos. Gybb and Robt. Harryson),—Sir John lord Hussey, attainted; the advowson of the vicarage of Wyspington, Linc.,—Kirkcsted mon.; the advowson of the vicarage of Cawkwell, Linc., and of the rectories of Dunesbye, Brauncewell, and Donyngton, Lino., and Cottesmor, Butl.; the wood called Henwood Greves in Longdon, Warw., in tenure of John Hyckeford,—Henwood priory; and the wood called Evedon (4 ac.) in Kyrbye Lethorppe, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Gyldyng and Wm, Clare,—Gracediewe mon. Del. Westm., 6 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured, signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Staunford and Chydley). Pat. p. 14, m. 34.
23. Gregory (George on pat. roll) Revell, a yeoman of the Guard. Lease of the manor of Ockham, Surr., and a watermill pertaining thereto; for 21 years from the expiration of a 21 years' lease made, 26 Sept. 20 Hen. VIII., by John Bourchyer lord Berners, to Thos. Stynte, of the premises, which afterwards came into the possession of Gertrude Courtney, late marchioness of Exeter, attainted. Westm., 1 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 23, m. 12 (dated 6 May).
24. John Pen. Grant, in fee, of the manor or lordship of Wynge, Bucks, and messuages in Swanburne and Magna Brikhill, Bucks, except the advowson of Wynge rectory; which premises were granted to him and Lucy his wife by pat. 11 June 36 Hen. VIII., now surrendered. Westm., 24 Feb. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 March—P.S. Pat. p. 19, m. 2.
25. Thomas Raynnowe. Lease of the rectory of Scardbrugh, Yorks., tithes in Sewardbie and Marten. Eston and Hilderthorp, Yorks., and all tithes and revenues of the chapel of Gryndall, Yorks., and the tithes of the rectory of Boynton, Yorks., which belonged to Bridlington priory. Except, inter alia,, the tithes of fish of Sewardbie and the advowson of Scardbrugh vicarage. For 21 years. Del. Westm., 8 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce and Southwell).
26. William Hungate, of Saxton, Yorks., and Margaret Clapham, of Nonnyngton, Yorks., widow. Grant, in fee, for 319l. 13s. 10d., of the lordship and manor and grange called Leadegraunge, Yorks., lands (named) in tenure of John Wright in Saxton, and all appurtenances of the said lordship, &c., in Leadegraunge and Saxton—St. Leonard's hospital in York; messuages, Ac., in tenure of Balph Freer, Chr. Metcalf, Gilb. Metcalf, Thos. Daylaye and Wm. Smegergyll, in Carlesmore in the archdeaconry of Richmond, Yorks., and in Swetton, Yorks.,—Foimtanncc; a messuage, &c., in Swetton, late in tenure of Ric. Graunge and William Siggesworthe, and afterwards of Geo. Clapham, lands in Kyrby Malsargh, Yorks., late in tenure of Chr. Atkynson and afterwards of George Clapham, and lands in Aserley in Kyrby Malsargh in tenure of George Clapham,—Newburgh; and the grange, &c., called Erehome Graunge in Hovyngham parish, Yorks., in tenure of Hen. Wyldon,—Bylande. Del. Westm., 10 March 36 Hen. VIII,—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Sir Ric. Southwell, North, Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 11, m. 12.
27. Sir Thomas Cawerden, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber, and Anthony Aucher. Giant, in survivorship, of the office of master of the King's pavilions, hales and tents; from 16 March laSt. Westm., 5 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westrn., 11 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 36.
28. Sir Thomas Cawerden, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. To be master of the Bevels and Masks; from 16 March last. Westm., 5 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 23. Rymer, XV. 62.
29. John Bernard, the King's servant. To be clerk comptroller of the King's tents, hales and pavilions and of the revels, masks and masking garments; from 16 March last; with grant for life of the house lately called Egipt and Fleshall and the adjoining house lately called le Garneter, with the chambers beneath it and a little garden called le Kichen Garden near by, situated within and upon the walls of the late Charterhouse near London. Westm., 5 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 23.
30. John Norres, a gentleman usher of the Chamber. To be woodward and warrener within the lordships of Cokeham and Bray, Berks.; on surrender by Wm. Tyldesley of pat. 22 Sept. 32 Hen. VIII. granting these offices to him. Westm., 3 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 Match.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 23.
31. John Lepington, priest. Presentation to the canonry and prebend in Chester cathedral void by the death of Roger Smythe. Westm., 8 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 March.—P.S Pat. p. 14, m. 23.
32. John Whyte, of Beading, Berks. Lease of a tenement on the west side of the market place and certain barns, gardens, &c., in Redyng (position of each described),—Redyng man.; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 11 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 14, m. 29. In English.
33. William Cornocke, the King's servant. To have 6d. a day, fee of the Crown, vice Wm. Whery. dec. Westm., 9 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.
34. Sir William Herbert, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Lease of the lordships and manors of Costesmeston and Sully, co. Glamorgan, which belonged to Jasper late duke of Bedford; for 21 years. Westm., 7 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 March.—P.S. Pat p. 13, m. 12.
35. John Donne, S.T.P., King's chaplain. Presentation to the rectory of Northe Hill, Cornw., Exeter dioc., void by death. Westm. 8 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 14, m. 23.
36. William Hawse alias Chamber. Grant, in fee, for 174l. 13s. 4d., of the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Gaddesdon Magna, Herts,—FriarsPreachers of Kynges Langley. Del.Westm., 12 March, Hen. VIII. (year omitted),—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Bussell, Petre, St. John, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Chydley and Staunford). Pat. p. 14, m. 30 (undated).
37. Walter Bucler, the Queen's secretary. Grant, in fee, for 200l., of the college of Wye, Kent, now dissolved, the house, &c., of the same, the manors of Perycourte and Surrenden and the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Promhill, Kent, rents of 33s. 4rf. out of Westwell rectory. 10s. out of Hothfield rectory, 8s. out of Estwell rectory, and all possessions of the college of Wye in Wye, Wydtherston, Nacolt, Henxsell, Goodmersham, Crondale, Chart Magna, Betheresden, Postling, Westbury and Promhill, Kent. Except the rectories of Wye, Bocton Aluph, Brenset and Newenton. Westm., 13 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 12 (sic) March. —P.S. Pat. p 20, m. 31.
38. Charles duke of Suffolk. Grant, in fee, for 4,000 mks., cf the college and collegiate church and almshouse of Holy Trinity of Tateshall, Linc., with its chief messuage, church, steeple, site, lead and bells, the lordships and manors of Tateshall, Tunby and Conyngesby, the manor of Langton juxta Hornecastell, the manor of Wythcall alias Wythecall. the manors of Woodenderby. Wylloughton, Chery Willingham, Kynthorpe and Clathorpe, the manor of Woodethorpe and Maltby in the Marsh, the manors of Swynhoppe, Bynbroke, and Askebye Puerorum, the manor of Dryby and Brynkyhyll, the manor of Braytofte and Irby, the manors of Braytofte, Scrymthorpp, Wynthorppe, Scremby, and Grebby, the manor of Burwell Priory, the manors of Manthorpe and Burlhorpe, the manor of Tretonhall in Tydde Saynt Mary, the manors of Holbeche and Kyrketon and the manors of Holbeche and Kyrketon (sic), the manors of Waddington and Colby, the manor of Hanworthe alias Potter Hanworthe, the manors (sic) of Byllynghay, the manors of Walcot and Helpringham, the manor of Burton juxta Corby, the manor of Carebye and Parva Bytam, and the manor of Tofte and Lownde, Linc., the manors of Tekesore, Manton and Kylthorpe, Ruth, the manor of Lutton Ntht.,the rectories of Tateehall and Burwell, a pension of 20s. out of the church of Authorpe, Linc., the advowsons of the vicarages of Tateshall, Burwell and Walmesgare. Linc., and of the rectories of Askeby Puerorum. Dryby, Owlsby, S wynop, Brynkehill, Maltby alias Malton in the Marsh, Mucton, Burton juxta Bychefeld, Clathorp, Golbye, Care[bye, Hors]yngton, Authorp. Swynnop, Skegnes and Skrembye, Linc., and all possessions of the aforesaid college in Tateshall, Tunby. Marum and Conyngesby, in Langton juxta Hornecastell, in Wythiall and Woodenderby, in Crofte in the Marsh, in Willughton, Cherywillingham, Kynthorp, Clathorpe, Stykney and Benyngton, in Maltby in Marisco, in Wodthorp, Swynnop. Bynbroke, Belcheford, Askeby Puerorum, Drybye, Briukehill, Menyngesbye, Asgardeby, Munby, Braytoft, Irby, Braytoft Scrym thorp, Wynthorp, Serein by, Grebbye and Candelesbye, in Tofte juxta Bo[rne?], in Manthorp and Burthorp, in Tryton Hall in Tydde St. Mary's in Holbeche, Kyrketon, Burwell, Waddyngton, Colby, Marton, Potter Hanworth, Byllyngay, Walcott and Helpryngham, in Burton juxta Corby, in Careby, Bytam, Tofte, Low[nde], Baston, Hayther, Wytham and Lytle Grymsby, Toft juxta Boston, in Boston, Mucton, Burton juxta Bychefeld and Owlsbye, Linc., in Tekesore, Manton and Kylthorpe, Butl., in Lutton, Ntht. Westm. 13 March. Pat. 36 Hen. VIII. p. 11, m. 39.
39. Robert abp. of York. In exchange for the lordships and manors of Hexham, Erington (Gryngton), Walley (Walle1, Acome, Hallyden iHaliden), Kepwyck, Grenerydge, Kneley (Kenelegh), Estallwent, Kadden (Cadden), Nynbynkes (Nynebynkes), Westalland, and Newlandes, Nthld., the park of Estallwent, Nthld., the barony of Churchedowne, Glouc., the lordship and manor of Sherborne with its appurtenances in Sherborne, Lewerton (Lenerton), Bondvyle (Bonvile), Hadelston (Hodelston), Fenton, Brotherton. Barkeston, Burton, Lownd (Lounde), Gryrumeston.Wolleskelffe, Clayfflatt, Pekeffe'lde, Gylgryne (Gilgrene), Mylf ord and Busshoplathes, Yorks., the lordships and manors of Byppon, Sharrowe, Stanley, Ryppon Holme (Ripponholme), Coltestakes, Hill, Penycrofte, Castelldyke, Whytclyti'e, Thorpe, Monkeaton (Monketon), Thorneton, Netherdale, Busshoppissyde (Bisshoppside), Mylford, Busshoplathes, Kyngeston Scuperhull (KyngestonaponHull), Pairington.Tharlethorp, Frysmarke (Frismarskei, Halgarth, Elougton (Eloughton i, Wetwang, Wylton, Busshops Wylton, Topclyff, [Thurske], Astenby, Grystwayte, Dysford, Renton, Newbye, Skypton, Catton Northbye, Waplowe, Maske, Upplethom, Ayton, Dalton, Crakhall, and Carleton, Yorks., the lordships and manors of Skroby, llaveneskeld Lavom (Lanome), Askam (Askhame), Sutton and Northsok iNorthsocke), Notts the lordships and manors of Churchedowne, Huckylcot, Norton, Shurdyngton, Wydcombe, Cervey (Cerney), Compton and Odyngton, Glouc., the forests, chaces and waste lands called Hexham. Newlandes, Estallwent. Nynbynkes, Westalland and Rowley Warde, Ntbld., and all the lands sold to the Crown by the said Robert, by indenture (fn. 19) of 6 Feb. 36 Hen. VIII.:—
Grant to the said Robert and his successors of the rectories and churches of Gysborne, Skelton, Ormesbye. Marton and Staunton alias Staynton. Yorks.; tithes of hay in Gysborne, in tenure of Robt. Trystrain, and tithes of grain and hay in Dolmandale i.(sic), in tenure of John Hudson, belonging to Gysborne rectory; tithes of grain and hay and demesne lands in Hutton next Gysborne, which belonged to Gysborne rnon., in tenure of Adam Pursglove; tithes of grain of Moresome and a tithe barn and yard belonging to Skelton rectory in tenure of John Hudson; the rectory of Kirkelevyngton, Yorks., in tenure of Sir Thos. Legh; the chapels and churches of Upplethom, Brotton, Eston, Acclome and Thormanby, Yorks., which belonged to Gysborne mon. and were in the occupation of the prior and convent, and the chapel of Yarome, Yorks., in tenure of Sir Thos. Legh; all which belonged to Gysborne mon.
The rectories and churches of Shyreveton and Sutton, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Yodson, elk., late prior of Marton, for life, and the lands leased with them in Shyrevehutton and Sutton in Galtheres,—Marton priory.
The rectories and churches of Thurske, Brafferton, and Thyrkilby, Yorks., and of Haxhey and Oweston in the isle of Axholme, Linc., late in tenure of Sir Ric. Gresham and now of Hie. Blunte; the chapel of Kylborne within Cuckwold parish, Yorks.; lands and tithes in Thurske, in tenure of Robt. Pynkney, tithes in Sowreby, Sandhutton, and Woodhalf eld, Yorks., in tenure of Sir Roger Lassellys, and tithes in Thorpe and Petythorpe, Yorks., in tenure of Chr. Stokdale, and tithes in Carleton Mynyott in tenure of Ralph Grene, and glebe lands and tithes in Thurske in tenure of Ric. Lolley. chaplain, late canon of New Burgh, all which belong to Thurske rectory; lands and tithes in Kylborne in tenure of Matilda Ecclesfeld and Nic. Newton, and tithes in Thorpe Willandes and Berdfeld in tenure of Jas. Atkynson, belonging to Kylborne chapel; lands (including the parsonage) and tithes in Brafferton in tenure of Chr. Wandesworth and Bio. Eymson, and in Fawdyngton and Crakhall in tenure of Guy Bell, and within the lordship of Thorneton Brigges in tenure of Wm. Knevett, belonging to Brafferton rectory; the parsonage of Thyrkilby and lands and tithes in Magna Thyrkilby and Parva Thyrkilby, in tenure of Eobt. Davell, belonging to Thyrkilby rectory; tithes of Osgoodbye grange, Yorks., in tenure of Wm. Askwyth alias Aswyth; all which belong to New Burgh mon.
The rectory and church of Ruston, Yorks., and lands and tithes in Huston in tenure of John Foxer, and tithes in Wolley in tenure of Win. Bromley of London, grocer, and tithes in Carleton in tenure of John and Hugh Worall, and in Kud worth, in tenure of Wm. Bromley, and in Monkebretton and Chete in tenure of Stephen Fox, pertaining to Ruston rectory,—Monkbretton priory. The rectory and church of Felkirk. Yorks., with its tithes in Felkirk. Hodrodd, Northynley, Southynley. Coldhynley, Havercroft, Eighill alias Eyll, Shafton, Brereley, Grymmesthorpe and Crosmore in Felkirk parish, in tenure of Ph. Penyson,—St. Oswald 's priory. The chapel of Wolley, Yorks.,—Monkebrettonmon. The rectory and church of Daryngton, Yorks., with tithes in Daryngton and Wentbridge, late in tenure of Sir Peter Mewtas and now of Thos. Hungate, and other tithes there in tenure of Thos. Gyll, and a pension of 13s. 4d. out of Daryngton vicarage, all pertaining to Daryngton rectory,—Pontefract mon.; except the tithes heretofore assigned to the dean and chapter within the castle of Pomfrett.
The rectories and churches of Doncaster, Popleton, Myton. Spawnton and Annesburton, Yorks., and the chapel of Loversall, with the manor of Carrehouse, Yorks., in tenure of Hugh and Thos. Werall; tithes in Warmesworth, pertaining to Doncaster rectory, in tenure of Hugh and Thos. Werall; the parsonage of Popleton and tithes in Popleton and Enapton, pertaining to Popleton rectory, in tenure of Sir Geo. Lawson, dec.. and his assigns; 5 ac. of land in Myton Meadow, abutting upon le New Dyke there, and barns and tithes in Myton, in tenure of John and Agnes (Jrofte of Myton juxta Swale, Yorks., pertaining to Myton rectory; tithes in Spaunton and Lastipgham in tenure of John Fyssher and Laur. Robynson, and in Bosedale, Hutton and Douthewayte in tenure of Wm. Wright, and in Woodappleton, in tenure of Joan Dryug and Robt. Hyll, all pertaining to Spawnton rectory; and tithes in Farmedale alias Farnedale, Yorks.; all which belonged to the mon. of St. Mary beside York.
The rectory and church of Whytby, and its chapels of Fyling, Haschar, Ugle-barby, Asshedale, Haselby and Dunsley in Whytby parish, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Broke,—Whytby mon. The rectory and church of Oldemaljon, and tithes in Oldmalton, Newmalton and Wykham, Yorks., in tenure of George Dakyns—priory of Malton alias Oldmalton.
The rectories and churches of Westowe, Crambom alias Crom, Hutton super Darwent and Hynderskelfi'e, Yorks. Tithes in Westowe, Fowreby, Edylthorp and Monthorp alias Menythorpe (Morthorpe and Merythorpe on patent roll). Yorks., pertaining to Westowe rectory, in tenure of Ric. Farley, Robt. Kyldwyck and Jas. Mounteford; tithe barns and tithes in Barton, Yorks., pertaining to Crambom rectory, in tenure of Jas. Mounteford; a parcel of meadow in Calamblade, Yorks.. in tenure of Peter Manby; tithes in Barton, in a parcel of meadow called Bosseledaleyng and in the aforesaid parcel of meadow in Calamblade, pertaining to Crambom rectory and in tenure of Peter Manby; tithes in Crome alias Crambom in tenure of Robt. Kyldewyk, and in Hynderskelffe in tenure of the rector of Houghton, pertaining to Crambom rectory; tithes and lands pertaining to the rectory of Hutton upon Darwent in tenure of Robt. Kyldwyk; tithes in Hutton upon the Hill and Hutton upon Darwent, pertaining to Crambom rectory, in tenure of John Lawson; tithes in Crambom, Barton and Whytwell, Yorks., pertaining to Crambom rectory, in tenure of Peter Manby; and the house called the Parsonage and lands and tithes in Hynderskelffe pertaining to Crambom rectory, in tenure of John Lawson, Kirkham priory.
The rectories and churches of Nafferton, Skipsey. Kayngham and Esyngton, Yorks., and the chapel of Owtenewton, Yorks., and all the lands of Meux mon. in Nafferton and Skypsey in tenure of Isabella Tunstall, widow, and tithes of Nafferton and Skypsey rectories in her tenure, tithes of Kayngham rectory in tenure of Ric. Kenney, and the mansion, lands and tithes in Esington and Owtenewton, pertaining to Esington rectory and Owtenewton chapel, in tenure of Launcelot Alford,'—Meux.
The rectory and church of Felyskirk, Yorks., with its tithes in Felyskirk, Marderby, Thirleby, Sutton and Boltby, Yorks., and in the lands of Robt. Menelles alias Meynell in Ravynsthorp in tenure of Ric. Broke,—St. John's of Jerusalem.
Lands in Batrychesey alias Batersey, Surr. viz., messuages, &c. (specified), in tenure of Chr. Wylkinson, Robt. Bowsshenton, John Welbeck, Kath. Fysher, John Bruges, Alex. Wilson, Ric. Tayler, Thos. Kery, Makwell, and John Strangwayes.—(No former owner named.)
The advowsons of the vicarages of Gysborne. Skelton, Ormysby, Easton. Marton, Kirklevington and Staunton alias Staynton, Yorks.,—Gysborne mon.; of Shrevehutton and Suttou, Yorks.,—Marton priory; of Thurske, Brafferton and Thurkilby. Yorks.,—Newburgh mon.; of Ruston, Yorks.,—Monkebretton mon.; of Felkirke, Yorks.,—St. Oswald's mon.; of Daryngton, Yorks.,—Pontefract priory; of Doncastre. Popleton, Myton. Spaunton, and Annesburton, Yorks.,—St. Mary'smon.; of Whyttby, Yorks.,—Whytby mon.; of Oldmalton, Yorks.,—Malton priory; of Westowe, Crambom alias Crome, Hutton upon Darwent and Hynderskelffe, Yorks.,—Kyrkham mon.; of Nafferton. Skypsey, Kayngham andEsington, Yorks.,—Meux mon.; of Felyskirk, Yorks.,—St. John's of Jerusalem; and of Haxhey and Oweston, Linc.,—Newburgh mon.Del. Westm.. 14 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.13. (much injured). Pat. p. 11, m. 26
40. Nicholas Taphoren, the King's servant. To be clerk of the musters of Alniiiiu horse and foot serving in the King's wars in future; with 40J. a year from Christmas 36 Hen. VIII. Westm., 13 March 36 Hen. VHI. Del. Westm., 14 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11. Rymer, XV. 63.
41. Sir Richard Bulkeley of Bewmares, co. Anglesea. Grant, in fee, for 36l.. of a messuage, &c., called Petre Leys in Wbatcrofte, Chesh., lately leased to Roland Bulkeley,—Norton mon. Del. Westm., 15 March 36 Hen. VIII..—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Bakere, North, Sir Robt. Southwell. Whorwood and Caryll). Pat. p. 17, m. 1.
42. Thomas Moreton. Grant, in fee, for 220l. 6s. 8d., of the manor of Hynbury or Henburye, Dors.,—mon. of Christchurch Twynham, Hants. Del. Westm., 15 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell. Petre, North, Sir Ric. Southwell and others whose signatures are lost). Pat. p. 19, m. 31.
43. Walter Bucler, the Queen's secretary. Grant, in fee (for his services, &c.), of the rectories of Bocton Aluph Brensett and Newenton and vicarage of Wye, Kent, and the advowsons of the vicarages of Bocton Aluph, Brensett and Newenton,—Wye college. Westm.. 13 March 36 Hen VIII. Del. Westm., 15 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 20, m. 30 (undated).
44. Kadwalluderap Morice and Robert Gethyn ap Morice. Grant, in fee, for 98l. 20d., of lands (specified, and tenants named) in the parish of Llanvith, co. Denbigh, parcel of the hamlet of Hariethog,—mon.of Canuaie, co. Denbigh. Westm., 16 March. Pat 36 Hen. VIII. p. 8, m. 53.
45. Godfrey Foljambe. Grant, for 571l. 2s. 8d., of the reversion of the house, &c., of the late mon. of Croxden, Staff., with a water mill and lands (specified), and the rectory and hamlet of Croxden, which were leased. 18 July 31 Hen. VIII. to Fras. Bassett for 21 years, at 16l. 16s. 5d. rent. Also grant of the said premises and the advowson of the vicarage of Croxden; lands (specified) in Combrydge in Rawcestour parish, Staff., and in Croxden, parcel of the demesne lands of Croxden mon.. in tenure of Geoff, and Eliz. Chalner and John their son, John Lee. Wm. Mere, Ralph Wodward. Ric. Leez of Alton, Steph. Harvey and Wm. Key. lands (specified/ in Croxden and Grettyate within Croxden parish in tenure of Ralph Wodward, Roger Gudale, Hugh Hardington, John Brown, John Bete, Wm. Kent, Wm. Taylour, Steph. and Alice Olyver and Marg. their daughter, Alice Snape and Steph. Snape, John Lee. and Nic. Bote, and Crakmerssh grange. Staff, in tenure of Geoff, and Eliz. Chalner and John their son; woods called Grettwoode (108 ac.) and Highwood Copp (10 ac.) in Croxden, and lez Graunge Park (8 ac.)—Croxden mon.: and lands (specified) in Duffeld, Derb., in tenure of John Bradshawe,—Darley mon.Del. Westm., 16 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bradshaw and Chydley). Pat. P. 11, m. 8.
46. Oliver, Levin and Adrian Locker, of Calais. General pardon of felonies, &c., committed at Calais. Westm., 13 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 3.
47. Sir Thomas Pope. Grant, in fee, for 1,700l. 10s.. of the rents reserved upon the following grants to him or to others who have since transferred their titles to him, viz., (1) 11 July 31 Hen. VIII (to Geo. lord Cobham and Pope) of Tadmerton manor, Oxon, and Gyppull grange, Linc., at 4l. 2s.; (2) 18 Jan. 34 Hen. VIII. (to Chancellor Audeley and Pope) of Cogges manor, Oxon, at 79s. 2d., and Dumbleton manor, Glouc., the advowson of Dumbleton rectory, and lands there, at 6l. 16s. lOd.; (3) 2 July 35 Hen. VIII., of Wyvylcote manor, Oxon, and lands there and in Cogges, with advowson of Wyvylcote rectory, at 17s. 4d.; (4) 9 March 31 Hen. VIII., of Sewell grange, Oxon, and lands in Brewern Sewell, Chesterton manoR. Oxon, and lands in Chesterton, Wedelbury or Wendesbury and Ardeley, Oxon, Shotteswell manor, Warw., and the grange of Fewcottes and Tyrfemore in Stoke Lyle parish, Oxon. and lands there, at 5l. 12s. 5d.; (5) 8 Jnne 32 Hen. VIII., of Enston manor, Peston (sic) Cromershe manor, and Tyngley grange. Oxon. at 6l. 12s. 11d., (6) 11 Feb. 28 Hen, VIII., of the site, etc., of Wroxton monastery, Oxon, certain parcels of Holcombe grange, Oxon, lands in Thomley. Oxon, the manors, granges, etc., of Dodyngton and Clyfton, Oxon, and laud there and in Hempton, Oxon, the manors and granges of Dunthorpe, Churchehyll and Holwaye, Oxon, the manor of Wallaston in Myxbery parish, Oxon, and lands in Wardyngton. Oxon, at 10l. 20d.; (7) 1 March 28 Hen. VIII., of the rectories of Wroxton and Balscott, Oxon, and lands in Wroxton and Balnescote alias Balliscote in the parish of Wroxton, at 47s.; (8) 24 April 34 Hen. VIII., of the two manors of Bradwell, Oxon. the manor of Sibforde Gower and Sybforde Ferres. Oxon, the manor of Puttes Alscott, Oxon, and lands in Bradwell, Holwale, Sybford Gowre and Sybford Ferres, Shuteford, Rokston, Balscott, Fewcote and Swakeley, at 51s. 1d. for Bradwell and Puttes and the lands in Bradwell, Holwall, Allscotte and Clanfelde, 31s. lOd. for Sybford and the lands in Swakley and Shutforde, 5d. for the lands in Fewcote and 8d. for those in Rokston and Balscott; (9) 21 July 36 Hen. VIII., (to Ric. And John Sakevyle) of two messuages, etc., in Sybforde Gower within Swaclyff parish, Oxon, at 18d. each; (10) 19 Dec. 30 Hen. VIII. (to Charles duke of Suffolk) of the site &c. of Goringe mon., Oxon at 10s. 11d.: (11) 28 March 30 Hen. VIII. (to Ric. Hochonson and Pope) of Gorynge rectory, Oxon, Gorynge manor, and Stapnell grange in Goryng parish, at 11s. 8d.; (12) 8 July 33 Hen. VIII. (to Robt. Sowthwell) of the house, &c., of Barmondsey monastery, lands in Barmondsey and liberty of fishing and hawking in the marshes of Barmondsey and Rederythe, at 5s. 4d., and a messuage called le New Estgate and certain lands in Barmondsey, at 10s.; (13) 15 Jan. 33 Hen. VIII. (to Edm. Powell) of a garden outside the walls of Barmondsey mon., at 12d.; (14) 28 July 36 Hen. VIII.. Northe Lee manor and chapel, Oxon, and certain woods in Northlye, at 3l. 12s. 3d. These rents amounting in all to 501. 7s. 6d. Del. Westm., 16 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Byche. Sir Robt. Southwell, North, Bakere, Hendle, Bradshawe, Bacon, Duke, Chydley and Caryll). Pat. p. 16, m. 35.
48. Ambrose Barker, of London, grocer. Grant, in fee, for 201l. 14s. 7d., of the reversion of the manor and the advowson of the church of Chyngenhall alias Chiggenall alias Chignall St. Mary and St. James. Essex, and a watermill in Chyggenall which were, by pat. 26 Jan. 14 Hen. Vni., granted to Chr. Rouchester and Henry his son for lif e; also the wood called Rokesnest (9 ac.) in Chiggenall parish; all which belonged to Edw. duke of Buckingham, attainted. Del. Westm., 16 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Paget, Bakere, North Sir Robt. Southwell, Bacon and Caryll). Pat. p. 20, m. 44.
49. Ralph Worsley, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 568l. 11s. 6d., of the house, &c., of the late priory of Byrkenhedde, Chesh., a messuage in tenure of Robt. Mollynex a dovecot, mill, certain lands, ferry and boat in Birkenhedde and Bydeston and in Kyrkeby Walley alias Wallesey, Chesh., which belonged to the said priory and were kept in the late prior's own hands; the lordships and manors of Claughton and Wolton, Chesh., and lands in tenure of Thos. Hecoke, Ric. Hecoke, Marg. Hare, Ellen Dene, Ralph Drynkewater, Jas. Wodwarde, Rog. Wilcok, Rog. Watte, Rog. Parbalte, David Wodwarde and Hen. Dene, in Claughton, Wolton, Bydeston and Kyrkeby Walley a lias Kyrkeby Wallesey, Chesh., rents from the tenants of Wolton manor and rents and service from Robert Hulme, Wm. Brombere.Wm. Hille, Alice Newton, Diota Hulton and Ric. Dene, in Trammolle alias Trammore, Chesh., and all the lands in their tenure, lands in tenure of John Hille, Thos. Richardeson's wife, Wm. Richardson, Emmota Shirleacre, Ric. Wylkyn, Thos. Meeles, Wm. Pulter, Robt. Baker, John Meoles, esquire, and Thos. his sou, in Kyrkeby Walley alias Wallesey, woods called le Hagge Coppes, &c. (87 ac.), in Bydston and Kyrkeby Walley alias Wallesey, all which belonged to Byrkenhedde priory; and all possessions of that priory in Byrkenhed, Chaughton (sic), Wolton, Trammoll alias Trammore, Bydeston and Kyrkeby Walley alias Wallesey, Chesh. Del. Westm., 17 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B.—(stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St, John, North. Sir Ric. Southwell. Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 11,m. 37.
50. Alinxius Bassani, Anthony Bassani, Guasper Bassani. John Bassani and John Baptist Bassani, brothers, the King's musicians, Augustine, Julius, Laur. and Zacharias, legitimate sons of the said Alinxius. and Paul legitimate son of the said Guasper, natives of Venice. Denization. Westm., 26 Feb. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 17. m. 9.
51. Henry Bradschawe, solicitor general. Grant, in fee, for 800 mks, of the manor of Halton, Bucks, which lately belonged to Nic. Wotton, dean, and the chapter of Canterbury cathedral. Del. Westin. 18 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Bakere, North, Caryll, Chydley, Heudle and Bacon). Pat. p. 9, m. 43 (very faded and illegible).
52. John Drakes, of Exeter, merchant, and Margaret his wife. Grant, in fee to the said John, for 340l. 9s. 01/2d., of the manor of Woryngston in the parish of Oldesconibe alias Aulescombe, Devon, and messuages. &c... being parcel of the lands called Baplynghays in Oldescombe and Gitsame. viz., rent and service from lands of John Shereman, and a messuage, &c., in tenure of Robt. Vowler,—Dunkcx-well mon.; and lands called Boyestocke in Colyton Baleigh, Devon, and lands called Vewage in Estebudleigh, Devon, in tenure of John and Eliz. Pyke,—Pollexlowepriory. Del. Westm., 18 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Bussell, Petre, Bakere, Sir Robt. Southwell, North. Sir Kic. Southwell. Staunford and Chydley). Pat. p. 26, m. 11.
53. Sir Robert Bowys, the King's Councillor. To be lord warden of the Middle March against Scotland and keeper of Tyndale and Byddesdale (duties and profits described ). Del. Westm., 19 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 11, m. 11.
54. Sir Robert Bowis, lord warden of the Middle March against Scotland. To be chief steward of the lordship, liberty and franchise of Hexham and Hexhamshire, Nthld. Del. Westm., 19 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 11, m. 14.
55. George Clyfford and Michael Weibore. Grant, in fee, for 756l. lls. 10d., of the lordship and manor of Matchyng, Essex, and lands leased with it to Thos. Lyndesell.—Waltham mon.; the lordship and manor or chief messuage of Wylsyck, Yorks., land called Little Sydall. in tenure of Wm. Frystone, in Fedderston, Yorks., and all the lauds of St. Oswald's mon. in Fedderston and Wylsyck, and lands in tenure of Wm. Adams in Thornehurste, Yorks.,—St. Oswald's; the site of the late house or priory of Friars Minors in Doncaster, Yorks., with the demesne lands (specified, some of them as lately in tenure of John Ellys and Wm. Saunder) in tenure of the late prior and convent of that priory, which site, &c., is in tenure of Thos. Weibore,—Grey Friars, Doncaster; the site of the house or late priory of Friars Preachers in Pontefract, Yorks., and certain gardens, &c. (specified), pertaining to it, in tenure of Ric. Welbore and Robt. Foxley in Pontefract, Kellyngton, Cockclyff and Turssmore,—Black Friars, Pontefract; a messuage. &c. (situation described), in Doncaster, in tenure of John Grene, and other lands (specified) there, in tenure of Wm. Ellys, Alex. Hodgeson, Ric. La we and Robt. Whyght, in Scawsby, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Vycoars (late of Ant. Wallys), in Smeton, Yorks., in tenure of Robt. Hoppey, and in Camsall, Yorks., in tenure of Thos. Pulleyn,—Roche mon.; lands (specified) in Workysburghdale, Yorks., in tenure of Laur. Assheton, John Estwoode, Thos. Alotte, Edm. Parker. Wm. Wylcok and Wm. Alotte,—Appleton priory; rent of 3s. from the tenement sf Thos. Fulwoode in Doncaster and tenements, &c. (specified;, in Doncaster, in tenure of John Paynter, John Smyth, Joan Chamberleyn, John Bower. John Sadeler and Thos. Fulwoode,—Kyrkstallmon.; tenements, &c., in Doncaster in tenure of Robt. Crosbye, chaplain.—Monkebretton mon.; rent of 3s. 4d. from lands in tenure of Thos. Vyccars in Scawsby and lands (specified) in tenure of Wm. Wadeson in Bentley beside Doncaster,—St. Leonard's mon., Yorks.; numerous tenements, &c. (specified), in Doncaster in tenure of Thos. Fange, John Patryk, John Shepperd, Thos. Langley, Hugh Wyrrall, esquire, Joan Keton, John Galthorpe, Thos. Dowke inext the tenement of Thos. Daysye), Hen. Hyve, Emmota Bysbye, Wm. Walker, Janet Grenewood, ThosSteyll. John Hodge, Hen. Porter. Robt. Hall. Wm. Tyson, Thos. Correy. Eliz. Cal. vard and Alice Pyper,—Friars Carmelites,Doncaster; lands in tenure of John, Hugh and Thos. Wyrrall in Exthorpe and Balby, Yorks.,—St. Mary's mon., beside the wattsof York; and messuages, &c., in Doncaster, in tenure of John Hall (late of Hen. Wymbersley), Thos. Weste (late of Humph. Nevell), Edm. Smyth (late of Wm. Howeson, chaplain), and rent of 18d. from the tenement called Mersshegate Hall in Doncaster, of Nic. Fitzwilliam, gentleman,—St. John's of Jerusalem.
Also the houses and sites of the late Grey Friars and Black Friars of Wynchelsey, Suss., and the lands there in tenure of Philip Chowte which belonged to them. Also certain parcels of land (named) in tenure of John Bogers in the parishes of Stone and Doraunt, Kent, which were purchased from Sir Thos. Wyatt.
The farm of Blackegrove, Berks., in tenure of Thos. Bray broke,—Abendonmon.; tenements, &c. (specified), in Kirkeby Malsart in the tenure of Thos. Bekwith's widow, and Geo.Woode; in Dalagh, Yorks., in tenure of Giles, Margarett and Wm. Horsseman. Jas. Horsseman, Laur.Horsseman, and Agnes Horsseman; and in Lunterstanes, Yorks., in tenure of Mich. Horsseman and Leonard Horsseman, Yorks.,—Fountaunceinon.', and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Southstanley alias Kyrkestanley, Yorks.,—Bridlington priory.
Except the houses and woods called Perkehill Copies and Grovefeld Wood (24 ac.) in Stone and Doraunt, which belonged to Sir Thos. Wyatt. S.B. (much injured,signatures and note of delivery illegible.)Pat. 36 Hen. VIII. p. 11, m. 32.
56. William Fuscome, one of the King's miners. Wages of 102. a year. Westm., 20 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. VVestra., 20 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 3. In English.
57. James Baker. Warrant for livery of land to him as s. and h. of Edw. Baker, who died, 3 April 26 Hen. VIII., seised of a messuage, &c., called Rentes, Essex, holden of the honor of Reyleghe, and of the yearly value of 5l. Dated 1 Dec. 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 March.—S.B. (signed by St. John Hynde and Sewster;. In English.
58. Sir Thomas Pope. Grant, in fee (in exchange for the manors of Dodyngton, Preston Crowmershe. Sybford Gower and Sybford Feres and the rectories of Wroxton and Balscot. Oxon, sold to the Crown by indenture dated 20 March 36 Hen. VIII. And for 100l. 15d.) of the site, &c., of the late priory of Holy Trinity in Ipswich, Suff., with le Fowld Course and numerous lands (specified) in Ipswich, in tenure of Sir Humph. Wingfiekl and Sir Thos. Russhe, the manors of Ipswich called the Priours manor of Christchurche in Ipswich, Foxhall, Coddenham, Cretyng and Stonehame, Suff.. lands in Westerfield and Tuddenhame, Suff., parcel of Tuddenhame rectory, in tenure of Thos. Man, and lands in the parishes of St. Margaret, St. Lawrence, St. Mary at the Tower, St. Nicholas, St. Matthew, St. Mary at Elmes and St. Clement, in Ipswich, in tenure of Thos. Nottingham, Thos. Lawrence, Thos. Whytyng, Robt. Sillisden, Thos. Robett, Ric. Riche and Nic. Jacobbe all which belonged to the said priory of Holy Trinity. Two closes &c. (specified) in Cogges, Oxon, in tenure of Wm. Harreys and Robt. Secole,—Thomas duke of Norfolk; messuages, &c. (specified) in Oxsted, Surr., in tenure of Chr. Wade, John Marden, Rog. Stephyns, Edw. Hunter, John Loke, and Robt Baynesborowe alias Gaynesborowe,—John Lee: the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Bradwell, Oxon,—St. John's of Jerusalem and Quemngton pre-ceptory, Glouc.; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Northlee, Oxon, Hayles mon.; the manor of Kencote, Oxon, and the house called le Barkehouse, &c., in Kencote. in tenure of John Edmondes,—duke of Norfolk. And all appurtenances of the premises in Ipswich, Shotley, Chempton, Harkested.Clopton, Kesgrave, Witton, Bramford, Tuddeham Westerfield.Sprowton, Rushmere, Foxhall, Hemley, Kyrton, Trymley alias Crymley, Newborne, Bokleshame, Martileshame, Coddenham, Cretyng and Stonehame, Suff., and in Bradwell, Northlee and Kencote, Oxon.
And, whereas, by pat. of 1 March 28 Hen. VIII, the King granted the said Sir Thomas and Margaret his wife the reversion of the rectories of Wroxton and Balscot with certain tithes (which had been leased, 10 Nov. then last past, to Wm. Raynsford) on condition of finding chaplains for these cures, the said Sir Thos. And Marg. are hereby released from that condition. Del. Westm., 21 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signedby Suffolk, Russell, Petre, North, Hendle and Bacon). Pat. p. 11 m. 5.
59. Sir Anthony Browne, E.G., master of the Horse. Annuity of 40 mks. out of the manors of Hakensawe. Neston and Molington and lands in Furnes, Yolowe, Shotton and Chester, in cos. Lane., Chesh. and Flint, which belonged to John Bothe, elk., dec., in the King's hands by the minority of Anne Bothe, kinswoman and next heir of the said John, viz. d. and h. of Charles b. and h. of the said John. With wardship and marriage of the said Anne. Westm.. 13 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 21 March,—P.S. Pat. p. 11, m. 14.
60. Sir Nicholas Poyntz. Grant, in fee, for 133l. 4d., of the grange called le Redge in the parish of Wotton sub Edge alias Wotton under Edge, Glouc., in tenure of John and Agnes Genever and Agnes their daughter, and the grange there in tenure of Eliz. James and Thos. and John Wright, which belonged to Kingeswood mon.; and the advowson of Woselworth rectory, Glouc., which belonged to St. Peter's mon., Gloucester. Del. Westm., 21 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped,and signed by Suffolk, Kussell, Petre, Bakere, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 27, m. 48.
61. Chidioc Poulet. To be steward, bailiff of the liberty, feodary, coroner, escheator and clerk of the market in the hundred, lordship and manor of Odiham, Hants, and keeper of the park, warrens, waters, swans and woods, in Odiham, with lease to him of the lordship and manor of Odiham; for 50 years from Mich, last; at 46l. 8s. 9d. rent. This on surrender by Sir John Jenyns of a similar grant to him by pat. 29 Jan. 32 Hen. VIII. Westm., 17 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 45 (dated 20 March).
62. Thomas Barret or Barrat of Kingeswood, Wilts, tucker, alias of Suthwerk, Surr., yeoman. Pardon; he being indicted with John Branborowe alias Spycer, of Cirencester, weaver, for the robbery, 15 Dec. 36 Hen. VIII., of cloth (specified) from Robt. Phipps and John Hill, servants of Edm. Silvester, at Holyrode Hamney or Holyrode Arnney, Glouc. Westm., 20 March, 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 22 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 11, m. 15.
63. Roger and Robert Taverner. Grant, in fee, for 720l. 4s., of tenements, &c. (specified), in the town of Kingeston upon Hull, Yorks., in tenure of Geo. Madeson, Wm. Tynegate, Peter Baron, John Foxe, mariner, Geo. Jaxson, Ralph Agure, Wm. Blathewayte, Rog. Laghthorne, Joan Colland, Ric. Craven, fuller, Robt. Lenman, Geo. Crakehowe, Wm. Angell, mariner, and Harryson,—Gisbourne mon.; and in the town of Shrewsbury, Salop, in tenure of Hie. Atkyns (dimensions given, between tenements of Wm. Ireland, mercer, formerly David Ireland, and Ric. Beston, formerly Hugh Waller, dec.), Wm. Alscroft, capper, and Joan his wife (between the highway and the tenement of Thos, Sugeden), David Owen, clothier and Eliz. his wife, John Foxe, the widow of John Wood, Wm. Newhall, Thos. Hosyer, Laur. Phillipp, John Davia, brewer, Bog. Barton. Eog. Cowper, John Sherd, Thos. Aspeley,—Dudley, John Alysbury.Bic. Stone, Ric. Johnson, Thos. Ynkes, Adam Grace, John Foster, Ric. Prowde and Maurice ap Hoell,—Haughmond mon..Shrewsbury mon. and Lilleshull mon.
Lands in Flixburgh and Conysby, Linc., in tenure of Robt. Sheffeld.—Alringhampriory; the advowson of the vicarage of Welbourne, Linc.,—Eye priory, Sujf.; tithes, &c., in Whelston. Co. Flint, in tenure of David Merten,—Basyngwerkmon.; a cottage, &c., in Borowby alias Baroby, Yorks., in tenure of George Foster,—Belland alias By land mon.; another cottage there, in tenure of Chr. Bell,—St, Leonard's hospital in York; tithes in Newton Kyme. Yorks., in tenure of Eobt. Stapleton,—St. Mary's mon.beside the walls of York; an inn called le Tabbard in Stylton, Hunts, in tenure of Robt. Catlyn,—Bmhemede priory, Beds. A messuage in Watlington, Oxon, with a close and fishery called le Mile Ponde in Shirborne parish, in tenure of Ric. Emery, lands in Watlington and Bryghtwell, called Harres lands, in tenure of Emma White, a tenement in Dray ton parish, Oxon, and a cottage and fishery called le Ettes at Holcome in Dray ton parish, in tenure of Ric. Pallyng, and three cottages in Drayton in tenure of Ric. Molynos, the rectory of Netlebed and Pyshull, Oxon, with its lands called Nymmynges, Newlandes and Abbottesfeld, &c., in Pyshull, in tenure of Eoger Hacheman, rent from a messuage called Foliattes in Wallyngford, Berks, in tenure of Thos. Pollampton, from Caltropes Landes in Moreton parish, Berks and from lands in tenure of (blank) White in Clifton, Oxon, a cottage in the town of Hendeley beside Thames, Oxon, called a Garnett, another cottage in the suburbs of Oxford, in the place called Candyche, and a little house called le Ferry House beside le Ferry at Shellingforde in tenure of Eoger Hacheman,—Dorchestre mon. Eleven messuages. &c., in the parish of St. Michael in Bassynges Hawe, London, in tenure of Ric. Nayshe, Mary Eston, widow "et de lez Masons," Ric. Grey, John Sewell, Kobt. Goldyng, Wm. at Hayes, Ric. Gibson, Eobt. Sperlyng, Wm. Write and Ph. Boyes, granted 14 Jan. 29 Hen. VIII. to John Lany for 41 years, rent free,—Christchurch mon. in London. Eent from a messuage. &c., called le Starre and le Ramme in Dunstan's parish in Fletestrete, London, lately granted to Eobt, Harrys. A messuage, &c., in Clumbre, Notts, in tenure of Wm. Brice,—Newstede priory,Notts. A great tenement within the site of the late Friars Preachers of London, in tenure of John Growte, a garden beside the Thames there in tenure of John Fowkys and another garden there in tenure of Wigmerpole,—Black Friars. A fulling mill in the parishes of Carsalton and Bedyngton, Surr., in tenure of Ant. Sylver,—St. Mary Overey mon. Del. Westm., 23 March 36 Hen. VIIL—S B. (injured;stamped, and signed by Petre and otherswhose signatures are lost). Pat. p. 8, m. 50.
64. Sir Richard Eyche, the King's Councillor. Grant, in fee, for 443l. 10s., of the lordship and manor of Parva Badowe. Commonly called Lyttle Badowe Hall, Essex, the advowson of the rectory of Badowe Parva, a water mill and all lands there which the King purchased from him. Del. Westm.. 23 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Bakere, North, Sir Eobt. Sowthwell, Hendle and Duke). Pat. p. 11, m. 13.
65. John Braddyll, of Whalley, Lane. Grant, in fee, for 393l. 12s. 6d., of the manor of Barnesett, in Colne parish, Lane., in tenure of Laur. Towneley, and lands there lately in tenure of Nic. Robynson and Laur. Walton and now of the said Towneley,—Pontefract mon.; rents and service from lands in tenure of Nic. Hodgekynson's heirs, Wm. Eirkeby, and Ric. Eayby, from lands in Elswik, Lane., in tenure of John Sotherworth, and farm lands in Egleston, Lane., in tenure of John Felde's heirs; and also the said lands in Treneacre, Elswike and Egleston, Lane.,—Cokersand mon.; lauds called Grykkes (30 ac.) in the parishes of Lymme and Sellynge, Kent, in tenure of Peter Heyman,—Sir Thomas Wyatte; messuages, &c., in Hilderton, Lane., in tenure of Thos. and Edw. Comyne, and Wm. Tomson,—Cokersand mon.; lauds in Clayton, Lane., in tenure of John Baron, lands called Bankehey in Harwood Parva, Lane., in tenure of Eoger Bolton, John Pele and John Butler, messuages, &c., in Downeham, Lane., in tenure of Thos. Carior and Ric Dowson, and in Eede within Whalley parish, in tenure of Roger and Alex. Nowell,—Whalley mon.; and a messuage. &c., in Preston in Craven, Yorks., in tenure of Wm. Elles and Ric. Mone,—Sir Steph. Hamerton, attainted. Except advowsons, and except two messuages within the manor of Barnesett in tenure of Hen. Mankynhayles and John Jaoson, heretofore granted to Ric. Crombylholme. Del. Westm., 23 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Ryche, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Staunford and Chydley), Pat. p. 11, m. 43.
66. John Gibbes, clk. Grant of the fourth canonry and prebend in Chester cathedral, void by the death of John Hewett. Westm., 20 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 2.
67. John Fyssher, clk., late canon prebendary in the collegiate church of Warwick, now surrendered, vicar of Wolfamcote, Warw. Licence of non-residence. Westm., 17 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 4.
68. Robert Whitington, rector of Stowke upon Trent, Staff., and of Drayton Paslew, Bucks., and late canon resident in St. Mary's college, Warwick, now surrendered, King's chaplain. Licence of non-residence. Westm., 17 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 12.
69. David Vahan, clk., late canon prebendary of the collegiate church of Warwick, now surrendered, rector of Cry eke, Ntht. Licence of non-residence. Westm., 17 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 23 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 13.
70. Richard Brigges of Shyfford, Berks, and John Knyght, of the Middle Temple, London. Grant, in fee to the said Richard, for 312l. 11s. 6d, of the manor or lordship of Stratton St. Margaret's alias Seynt Margarett Stratton, Wilts, in tenure of Edw. Shirley; messuages, &c., specified) in Shalborne parish, Berks., in tenure of John and Joan Kempe, Laur. Marshall and John Choke,—Durford priory, Suss.,; a messuage, &c,, near the parish church of Newbury, Berks, lately in tenure of Thos. Cottrell and now of Nich. Skynner,—Wherewell mon.. Hants. Del Westm. [23] March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured: signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Whorwod and Caryll). Pat. p. 20, m. 28.
71. William Powton, of Hunthull, Wilts, and Thomas Hervy. Grant, in fee to the said William, for 273l 11s. 6d., of the manor and farm of Berwyk alias Cold Berwyke, Wilts, in tenure of Wm. and Thos. Heyter, with the rents called lez churchettes and works of the tenants of the manor, and the store of grain and implements (specified) leased with it, pasture for 300 sheep on the lands of the said manor, now in tenure of Sir Thos. Arundell, which belonged to Shaftesbury, and the advowson of the rectory of St. Leonard in Barwyk aforesaid,—Shaftesbury mon., Dors. Also a piece of void ground in the parish of St. Mary Colchurche, London (between the tenement called le Crowne alias Le Harpe on the west and Iremonger Lane on the east and le Chepsyde on the south, towards the tenement belonging to the heirs of Lady Wynzer on the north, extent given), in tenure of Ric. Osborne, grocer,—Christchurch priory in London. Del. Westm., 23 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Bakere, North. Sir Ric. Southwell, Bradshaw, and Caryll). Pat. p. 20, m. 50.
72. Francis Leke, the King's servant. Grant, in fee (for his services) of rents and service from lands in Scarcliff of Wm. Pease and Rog. Castelyn alias Castevyn, and lands there in tenure of Thos. Haye, and Ric. Reason, and in Palperton alias Palterton in the parish of Scarcliff, Derb., in tenure of Rog. Haye, John Woodhouse and Robt. Pease—Derlcy mon.; in Kirkehalum, Derb., in tenure of John Blore. Thos. Warde,—Sandaull, widow, John Wankayn and Alice Creshas, the grange there in tenure of Ralph Hauke, meadow called Haliotthawe within the lordship of Ilkeston, and lands in Kirkehalum in tenure of Ric. Burton,—Dale mon.; rent of 14d. and service from lands in Northwinfeld alias Northewingfeld, Derb., now of the cantarist there, and lands there in tenure of Robt. Goodhynde, John Cowupe, John Woode, and Wm. Butler, John and Mary Braylesforth, George and Richard their sons and Thomas son of the said George, and Wm. Fuljam and Isabella his wife,—Welbeke mon., Notts; and in Sutton within the parish of Dale, Derb., in tenure of the said Fras. Leke,—Newstede mon., Notts. The manor of Byrley, Derb.,—Lowthe mon., Linc; the rectory of Scarcliff and grange called Scarcliff Graunge and lands in Scarcliff, Palterton, Ryley, Glapwell Mylne Houses, leased with the said rectory and grange to Wm. and John Pease,—Derley mon.; the rectory of Hawtehuknall. Derb., tithes in Rowthorne, Hardewyke and Bromley within the parish of Hawtehuknall, in tenure of Robt. Blake, the farm, &c, called the Parsonage in Hawtehuknall in tenure of Roger and Wm. Reason, the tithe called (sic) Staynesby Herstoft and Astwete within the parish of Huknall, Derb., in tenure of Ric. Shirbroke, and the advowson of the vicarage of Hawtehuknall,—Newstede priory; the rectory of Alfreton, Derb., and tithes in Somercotes and Riddinges, Derb., in tenure of Barth. Coker, the advowson of the vicarage of Alfreton, lands called Harwood Graunge within the lordship of Bighley, Derb., in tenure of Wm. Blakwall, and lands called Ethecote in Chesterfeld parish in tenure of Sir Godfrey Fuljambe,—Beawchiff mon.; the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Kirkehalum,—Dale mon.; the advowson of the vicarage of Dugmanton, Derb.,—Welbeke mon.; the manor and a moiety of the rectory of Staveley, Derb.,—St. John's of Jerusalem and the preceptory of Yeveley alias Stede, Derb.; the wood called Crossewood (7 ac.) in Hawtehuknall parish,—Newslede priory; the manors of Home and Duslon alia Dunston, Derb., and grange called Byrley Graunge in Home and Duston, and lands specified in Home, Duston, Whitwell and Ledwore, in the High Peak in tenure of Edw. Eyer,—Lenton mon.; woods called Threpewood (6 ac.) Freerfeld Spring (12 ac), Nethenvikehatch Coppea (4 ac ), Over-wyke Hatch Coppies (2 ac), Rydingcopp (3 ac), Southstower Spring (2 ac.) and Myllthorpefield spring (2 ac.) in Brampton, Derb.,—Lowthe mon. And all appurtenances of the said manors of Byrley, Staveley, Home and Duston and rectories of Hawtehuknall, Alfreton and Kirkehalum and moiety of Staveley in Hawtehuknall alias Huknall, Kowthorne, Hardewike, Bromley, Alfreton, Somercotes, Riddinges, Kirkehalum, Staveley, Home, Duston, Chesterfield, Birliot, Whitington, Whitwell. and Ledwore in the High Peak. Except certain tithes belonging to Scarcliff rectory. Westm., 16 March 36 Hen. VIII Del, Westm., 23 March.—P.S. (slightly injured). Pat. p. 21, m. 5.
73. Chr. Lytcote and Edward Streitbury. Grant, in fee to the said Chr., for 32l. 5s. 4d.,of the reversion of tenements &c,. in the parish of St Michael in Bassynges Hawe, London, which John Knolles, Serjeant of the Bakehouse, or Sir Edm. Hampden, dec, formerly had by grant of King Henry VII., for life, and which were granted to Ric Justice by pat. 9 April 7 Hen. VIII., and to the said Chr. Lytcote, one of the Gentlemen Pensioners by pat. 21 April 35 Hen. VIII. Also the messuages. &c, in tenure of John Foster, gent, John Calver. bricklayer, John Rychardson, freemason, Robt. Bessebye, haberdasher, Robt. Huet carpenter, Wm. Nevell, broker, Simon Rowe, leatherseller, Hen. Eynam, chaplain, Marg. Cowper. widow. Wm. Clough, hosier, Chr. Ellys, carpenter, John Sudburye, leatherseller, and John Davys, fletcher, in the said parish which belonged to Sir Richard Charleton, attainted.
Also, for 440l. 9s. 7d., ot the lordship and manor of Wyllonde, Devon, and wood called Frerebre Wood (29 ac.) there,—Taunton priory, Soms.; and the advowson of the rectory of Wyllonde. Also the manor of Northe Rawceby, Linc.,—St. John's of Jerusalem; messuages, &c,. (specified), in Northe Rawceby, in tenure of Wm. Roos, Jas. Smyth, Laur. Wylcok, Laur. Sturdyvante,——Mylner (formerly of John Betson), and John Dobson, and in South Rawceby in tenure of John Garrat, jun., John Garrat, sen., and Laur. Sobye,—preceptory of Temple Brewer and St. John's of Jerusalem; and a messuage and garden in tenure of — Peryn in Clerkenwell, within the site of the late priory there.—Clerkenwell.
Also grant, for 378l. 4s., to Chr. Lytcote and Katharine his wife, in fee to the said Chr., of the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Wargrave, Berks, and a pension of 20s. out of the said vicarage,—Redyng mon. Del. Westm., [23 March] 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much injured; stumped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Paget, St. John, Bakere, North and two others whose signatures are illegible).Pat. p. 21, m. 39.
74. Thomas Irelande, of Shrewsbury. Grant, in fee, for 749l. 7s. 8½;d., of two messuages, &c., in tenure of Roland Bay-lie in Codercote within the parish of Pullerbache alias Pulderbache, Salop, and several other messuages in tenure of Wm. Peramore. Ric. and Isabel Bullocke and Roland their son, Ric. Owen (previously of Wm. Owen and Ric. Phillippes; and Ric Colfox, in Codercote, a chief messuage and lands in Bechecote within Smethcote parish, Salop, in tenure of Ric. Wilding, and other lands there in tenure of Walt. Bewoley, Edw. Hynton and Ric. Wellans of Pullerbache (the chapel of Bechecote), messuages, &c,, in tenure of Wm. Duke, Thos. Evorall and Thos Crosse, in Stutte, Salop, the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Stutte, lands lately in tenure of John Saunders and lands called Climeslandes, in Aston Abbottes, in tenure of Ric. ap Rece, of Oswester, and all other possessions of Haughmond mon. in Codercote, Bechecote, Stutte and Aston Abbottes,—Haughmond. The farm called Monkemore in the parish of St. Giles beside Shrewsbury in tenure of John Poyner. and tithes in the said farm and the meadows called Fryer Medowe and le Hundredall",—Shrewsbury mon.; the grange and farm called Dorvaulte alias Darvald near Shrewsbury within the parishes of St. Mary and St. Julian, leased to Thomas Ryddynges alias Thomas de Warderobe, and the tithes thereon,—Haughmond.; the messuage called Tuden Arthey Broyne Voyle, in tenure of Hugh Peyke, in the town of Arthey, co. Carnarvon, and rent of 2s. payable from it every fourth year for a custom called commortha, and all the lands leased with it, and woods in Arthey called Coyde Imynyoghe (35 ac), and Varleigh More (10 ac),—Conwaye mon; two messuages, &c, in copyhold tenure of Thos. Fernehill and Thos. Hodgekys in Patton, within the parish of Magna Wenlocke, Salop, the chief messuage in Patton, the messuage and lands there in tenure of Wm. Crompe, a wood called Colley Grove (2 ac.) and meadow called Brode-medowe, and all lands in Fatton pertaining to the said chief messuage, in tenure of John and Thos. Blackewey, and messuages in Westonne or Weston within the parish of Magna Wenlocke, in copyhold tenure of Wm. Crowther, Ric. Arundell and his son Thomas, and Thos. Bryan (in right of his wife), and two messuages there (one lately in tenure of Wm. Stenche) in tenure of Ric. and Eliz. Barbour and John their son,—Wenlocke priory. Except all tithes of the premises in Patton and Weston. Del. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Eussell, Petre, St. John, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Duke? and Chydley). Pat. P. 11, m. 40.
75. William Corf, one of the officers of the Cellar. To be woodward and keeper of the woods of Wedgenocke and Farnehill. Warw., vice Thos. Lawe, dec. Westm., 20 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 2.
76. John Bacon, of Hoggeset, Suff, alias of Hesset, Suff., executor of Eliz. Osborn, late of London, widow, alias administratrix of the goods late of John Osborn dec., who died intestate, as it is said. Pardon and release for all moneys received and expended in the King's service by the said John Osborn. Westm., 10 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 March—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 4.
77. Ric. Snell. Lease of a meadow called Lordesmede and other lands (named) in Hampestede Mershall, Berks, which belonged to the late Queen Jane; for 21 years. Del. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Daunce, Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 17, m. 8.
78. Roger Williams. To be auditor of the lands forfeited by the attainder of Ric. Whiting, abbot of Glastonbury, and Hugh Cooke, abbot of Reding; in reversion after John Peppes. who holds the office by pat. of 26 Feb. 36 Hen. VIII. Westm., 21 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 March.—P.S. Pat.p. 20, m. 36.
79. Thomas Arderne. Grant, in fee, for 117l. 3s. 4d., of a messuage, &c, in tenure of Thos. Paternoster, in Preston Strete, Feversham, Kent (between the lands of George Stransham on the south and those of Robt. Coldwell on the north), the "Appull Gardeyn" late in tenure of John Sayer and now of Wm. Marshall in Eststrete there (between lands of Wm. Marshall on the west and the high street on the east;, the messuage late in tenure of Ric. Goslyng and now of John Good-howe in Gourtstrete Este there (between lands of the said Thos. Arderne on the north and le Churchelande on the south), three messuages with gardens late in tenure of Wm. Sandes and now of Thos. Bargrove in Courtstrete West there (between lands of Joseph Beverley on the north and of John Culverden on the south), a messuage, &c, in tenure of Hen. Hassynden in Courtstrete West (also between lands of Joseph Beverley on the north and of John Culverden on the south), a messuage, &c, in Courtstrete West in tenure of Quintin Bedford (also between the lands of Joseph Beverley on the north and of John Culverden on the south), three messuages lately in tenure of John Bassell and now of Peter Quylnott in Courtstrete West (between lands of Matilda Vause on the north and of Wm. Castlok on the south), a storehouse in tenure of the said John in Northstrete West (between lands of John North on the north and of Maycott's heirs on the south) a corner tenement late in tenure of John Cook and now of Joan Staple in North strete West (between lands of Thos. Hawke on the south and Partrydge Lane on the north, a messuage lately in tenure of Ric. Frende and now of John Bryngbourne in" le Myddle Rowe " in North strete West (between lands of Ric. Smyth on the south and the gaol on the north), a messuage in tenure of John Bryngbourne in Northstrete West (between lands of Wm. Marshall on the north and the Market Place on the south), four messuages in tenure of Wm. Fynner in Northstrete West (between lands of John Eebarn on the north and of Wm. Fynner on the south), a messuage lately in tenure of Wm. Belk and now of John Bryngbourne in Northstrete West, a messuage late in tenure of John Fynche and now of Ant. Love in Northstete West (between lands of Ant. Ager on the south and of Bourne's heirs on the north), a messuage called le Welhous and two shops in the Market Place, in the shambles called le Fyshe Shambles, lately in tenure of John Hampton and now of Simon Auncell, in Northstrete West, a cottage and piece of land in Preston Strete Est. called Rotton Rowe, in tenure of Wm. Norton, lying in West Strete South, a corner tenement and two messuages in tenure of John Devyn' in West Strete South (between lands of Thomas "Smyth West" and "Barnewel lane West") a garden lately in tenure of Thos. Sayer and now of ——Lambert, widow, in Weststrete South (between lands of Lambert's heirs on the east and the high street on the west) three messuages lately in tenure of Robt. Uke and now of Reg. Smyth in Weststrete South (between lands of Clement Norton and of Geo. Stransham on, the west), ½, ac. of land in tenure of Robt. Coldwell in Weststrete South (between lands of——Barley on the north and the high street on the south) the site of a messuage in tenure of Peter Grenestrete in Weststrete Northc (between the stream there on the west and the lands of the said Peter on the east), and all other lands of Feversham mon. in Feversham,—Feversham mon. Del. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, St. John, Bakere, North, Chydley and Duke). Pat. p. 20, m. 40.
80. John Bourne. Grant, in fee, for 717l. 15s., of the manor of Battenhall, Worc.; the site of the manor called Barnes beside Worcester in the parish of St. Peter, and lands with it in tenure of Ric. Evott; the site of the manor of Tymberden in the said parish of St. Peter, with the fishery in Severn and lands leased with it to Alice Morres; rent of 2s. formerly of Wm. Ryley and now of Rog. Assheby; a wood called Pylgrove; lands in Whyttington, Worc, in tenure of copyholders of Battenhall manor; the weirpool or river at Clerkenlipp in Kempsey parish called Wbelers Weare, in tenure of Thos. Wylkes alias Wheler; lands called Pyrtonffeld, in St. Peter's parish (beside Battenhall Park on the one side and the highway leading to Worcester on the other), a meadow called Pole-field there (beside Battenhall Park), a pasture at le Polehall of Battenhall manor, a meadow called Bushyfeld and close called Oxelesowe, all which lands in St. Peter's parish were lately in tenure of Ric. Evott and now of Ric. Childe of Sheldesley alias Chaddesley, Worc.; pastures, &c, in St. Peter's parish called Warwykes Furlong, &c. late in tenure of Thos. Westfeld alias Wassell, butcher, and now of George Heynes; the park of Battenhall in tenure of Thos. Welby and John Hunkes; a pasture in St. Peter's parish, within the fields of Battenhall, in tenure of Thos. Morres; the site of the manor of Newland in Kempsay parish and the dovecot and lands leased with it to Robert, Wm. and Humph. Walker, and certain rents in Kempsay payable by them and others (not named); and the warren of coneys within Battenhall manor; all which premises belonged to the priory of monks in Worcester and were granted to the said John Bourne, by pat., 18 Sept. 33 Hen. VIII., for 70 years. Bel. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Paget, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bakere, Caryll and Chydley). Pat. p. 20, m. 42.
81. Sir Ralph Ellarker, the King's servant. Grant (for his services), to him and the heirs male of his body, of the grange, farm and tenement, &c, called More Grange in Beefford parish, Yorks., in tenure of Wm. Barkar,—Meux mon.; the rectory of Elley, Yorks. and co. t. of Hull, which belonged to Haltemprice priory, and tithes in Anleyby and Wolfreton within Elley parish in tenure of John Elland, in Willerby within Elley parish in tenure of John Sissetson, in Anleyby in tenure of Thos. Butler, in Tranby in Elley parish in tenure of Ric. and Alice Brewer, in Skidby and elsewhere in Elley parish in tenure of Chas. and Isabel Risome, and in Elley in tenure of Sir Ralph Ellarker,—Haltemprice priory. Westm., 18 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 24 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 20, m. 46.
82. William Berners, one of the auditors of the Court of Augmentations. Grant, in fee, for 1030l. 15s. 5d., of the lord ship and manor of Hynton alias Henton, Glouc.—St. Peter's mon., Gloucester; the manor and farm and the rectory of Senehampton alias Sevenhampton, Glouc, in tenure of Roger Fowler, the advowson of the vicarage of Senehampton, and the wood there called Priors Grove (7 ac.),—Lanthony priory beside Gloucester; four messuages, &c., (tenants, John Burye, Thos. Smyth, Alice Browne and Joan Halse) in the parish of St. Martin near le Guyldehalle in Exeter,—St. John's Hospital, Exeter; lands in tenure of John Halowye, and lands (specified) in tenure of Ric. Prentofte in Kyrkebyin Asshefeld, Notts,—Felley priory; lands (specified) in tenure of Ric. and Hen. Hunter in Gresley, Notts,—Bevall mon.; a close in tenure of Thos. Foxe in Underwood in Selston parish. Notts,—Dale mon., Derb.; a messuage, &c, called Seynt Elyns, in tenure of Robt. Ragge, in Derby, lands called Irelande in Derby in tenure of Thos. Parre, and lands, late in tenure of Grey and now of Chr. Styrley, in Adenburghe, Notts. —Dertey mon., Dcrb.; a messuage &c, in tenure of John Mowter, in Launsyng parish, Suss., others (specified) in tenure of Thos. Hall, Wm.Cobbedenne. Ric. Frende and John Stapeler, in Eastdean, Suss., and to Thos. Stamere in Worthyngsey, Suss.,—Tortyngton priory; four messuages in tenure of Nic. Gold-smythe in St. Andrew's parish in Chichester, and messuages, &c, in Chichester in tenure of John Amery, and Alex. Hardham, and all the possessions of Shulbrede priory in the city of Chichester,—Shulbrede; and a garden, &c, in tenure of Ric. Aylwyne in Westdean, Suss.,—Tortyngton priory. Del. Westm., 25 March 86 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, andsigned by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Ryche, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Staunford and Duke). Pat. P. 13, m. 7.
83. John Aylworthe and Ralph Dukkenfeld. Grant, in fee to Aylworthe, for 357l. 19s. paid by him, of rents and messuages, &c, in tenure of Thos. Gybbes,—Ryce, John Marler, Wm. Marler, Ric. Smythe alias Brampston, John Maundeley, Geo. Wylmote, Thos. Wrynche, John Myllerde, Edith Lambe, Wm. Walshotte, Wm. Hobbe, John (blank), John Mawdeley, Eleanor Swete, Simon Smythe. John Bell, Wm. Wyseman, John Mandeley, Thos. Bodye, John Everett, John Jonys, Walt. Wall. Agnes Dodyng, Ric. Wall, John Brasyer, Ric. Wade, John Barne, Edith Hopkyns, John Wayttes, Wm Wylmott, John Browne. Robt. Heywoode, John Wotton Wm. Marler, Robt. Gayle.—Bysse. clk , prepositor of Wells cathedral, John Lyng, Nie. Everarde, Ric. Tooker Ric. Mawdeley, Wm. Lyng Ph. Hebbe, Robt. Taylour, Robt. Parker, Robt. Wall, Robt. Hethe Robt. Coke, John Burnam, Robt. Reve, David Taylour, Marg. Smythe, Wm. Stephyns, Nic. Guyvan, John Thomas, Wm. Thome, Wm. Hayne, John Grevell, John Lyng, Hen. Ulcer, Robt. Toker, Thos. Serell, John Fermer, John Hayne, Geo. Malkelyn, Thos. Jonys, John Turlyng, John Myllerde, Robt. Alam, John Hygens, Agnes Browne, Ric. Taylour, Agnes Brygger, Agnes Browne, John Lewys, Agnes Appowell, Joan——(blank), John Barne, John Gregorye. the mayor and burgesses and Robt. Kyngsbury in Wells. Soms., and all other possessions of the late priory or hospital of St. John there; messuages, &c. in tenure of Eliz. Treasorer, John Stokye, Joan Alowne, John Sadler John Brunston. John Mawdelyn, John Pecocke, Ric. Smythe, Robt. Kyngesbury, Wm. Rede and Wm. Shorlocke in Wells, with all other possessions there of Mynchynbarowe priory; and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Lockyng, Soms.,—Worspryng priory. Del. Westm., 26 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Sir Ric. Southwell, St. John, Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 11, m. 45.
84. James Proctour, clk., S.T.B.. King's chaplain. Presentation to the vicarage of Giggilliswicke, Yorks., void by death. Westm., 23 March 36 Hen. VIH. Del. Westm., 26 March.—P.S. Pat. p 13, m. 1.
85. Sir William Herbart, a, gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Annuity of 50l. out of the manors of Desnage Abbottes in Denham and Heringswell, Suff., which belonged to lord Chancellor Audeley. dec, and are in the King's hands by the minority of Margaret and Mary Audeley, his daughters and coheirs; with wardship and marriage of the said Mary. Westm., 20 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 2.
86. Martin Turpyn, late of Heddon on the Wall, alias of Winchester or Whitchester, Nthld., gent, or esquire. Pardon for the killing of John Rotherforth alias Rotherford alias Rowtherfurth of Rowtchester or Rotchester, Nthld. Westm., 20 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 26 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 6.
87. Sir Peter Meawtas, the King's servant. To be keeper and governor of the isle of Gernesey and castle of Cornet and of the islands and places in those parts, viz., Alreney, Serke, Erme and Sothowe, with profits and rights specified. This on surrender by Sir Ric. Long of pat. 8 Nov. 31 Hen. VIII (recapitulated) granting him the office in reversion after Sir Ric. Weston and Sir Nic. Carew,K.G. Del. Westm., 26 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 20, m 45.
88. Sir Anthony Denny, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Annuity of 50l. out of the manors of Brawghing, Cornebury, Westmyll and Hornemede Parva, Herts, which belonged to lord Chancellor Audeley and are in the King's hands by the minority of Marg. and Mary Audeley, his daughters and co-heirs; with wardship and marriage of the said Margaret. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 27 March.—P.S. Pat. p, 13, m. 15.
89. John Lynne of Newcastell and Wm. Chertesey of London. Fiat for a patent to them of the custody of land in the river Tyne called le Kynges Mede alias the Kynges Medowe, Nthld. lately in tenure of Thos. Horseley. dec.; for 31 years, at 41s. old rent and 4d. increase. Del. Westm., 27 March 86 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by lord Treasurer Norfolk, with note that Benedict Chertesey, gent., and Robt. Chapman, draper, both of London, are sureties in the Exchequer )
90. Sir Edward North, chancellor of Augmentations. Annuity of 40 mks. out of the manors of Ramsey, Bigging, Bury, Hieghmoundgrove, Parva Raveley, Upwod and Broughton, Hunts, which belonged to Sir Ric Williams alias Crumwell, dec, and are in the King's hands by the minority of Henry Williams, s. and h. of the said Sir Ric.; with wardship and marriage of the heir. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm , 27 March. P.S.
91. Edward Fetyplace, the King's servant. Grant, in fee, for 2741. 4s. 8d., of the rectory of Stanmer and Bedon, Berks., and the advowson of the vicarage of Bedon,—Abendon mon.; and the farm in West Compton, Berks, and lands called Buttons Sawes in Hampsted Norres, formerly in tenure of Ric, Clerke and afterwards of the said Edward, the wood called Buttons Sawes Grove (8 ac.) in Hampsted Norres, the farm called Langley in Hampsted Norres in tenure of Steph. Smythe, and woods there called Shrubbes Coppes (4 ac), Rudge Grove (7 ac.) and Warborowe Coppes (4 ac), and all lands leased with the said farms in Langley, Langley Downe, Compton, West Compton and Hampsted Norres,—Charles duke of Suffolk. Del. Westm., 28 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Suffolk, Russell, Petre, Bakere, North, Sir Robt. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 11, m. 21.
92. Richard Hogg, yeoman of the Crown. To be bailiff of the lordship of Rice, Yorks., vice Robt. Hog, his father, dec. Westm., 22 March 36 Hen. VIII.—Del. Westm., 28 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.
93. William Heynes, S.T.B., King's chaplain. Presentation to the parish church of Winteringham, Linc, dioc, void by death, and in the King's gift by the minority of Thomas Fines lord Dacre. Westm., 26 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 15.
94. Sir Richard Ryche, the King's Councillor. Grant, in fee for 1.082l. 5s., of the lordship and manor called Newarkes, in Goodester, Essex, with tithes in the said manor and in Newlande Fee in Goodester, the prebends of Passelowes, Imbers, Fawconers and Bowres and the lordships and manors and chief messuages so named in Goodester, the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Goodester, with 20 messuages, and lands (extent given) pertaining to the said prebends, lordships, manors and rectory in Goodester. all which belonged formerly to St. Peter's mon. in Westminster and afterwards to the cathedral of St. Peter there. Del. Westm , 28 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (stamped, and signed by Suffolk. Russell, Petre, North. Sir Robt .Southwell, Sir Ric. Southwell, Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 20, m. 19.
95. Gawin Carewe. Annuity of 14l. in lieu of the herbage, fees and other profits which he had by grant. 24 Oct. 31 Hen. VIII., of the keeping of the park of Chidehamholt alias Chiddamholt alias Chitellhampton, Devon, now disparked and leased to farmers under the survey of Ric. Follerd and Sir Hugh Pollerd. Westm., 29 May 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 29 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 27, m. 48.
96. Richard ap Llewelyn, of the lordship of Teirtref belonging to Mountgomery manor in the marches of Wales. Grant of a tenement worth 10s. a year in Mydelton within the paid lordship, escheated to the King by the death, without heir male, of Thos. Jones, clk. To hold to the said Richard and the heirs male of his body. Westm., 22 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.
97. Anthony Anthony, one of the clerks of the King's ordnance and munitions, beer brewer. Licence to keep in his service journeymen brewers who are aliens, beyond the number of four allowed by the Act of 32 Hen. VIII. Westm., 24 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 11.
98. James Lomelyn, the King's scholar, prebendary of Horton in Salisbury cathedral, and rector of Tay Magna, Essex, and Wellys Norf. Licence of non-residence. Westm., 26 March 36 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 30 March.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 15.
99. Henry Audeley and John Maynard. Grant, in fee, for 1,142l. 5s. l½d., of eight messuages, &c., in le Merkett Place in St. Albans, Herts, in tenure of Hen. Dey, Thos. Skypwith, Agnes Newman, Gilb. Comys, Thos. Kynge, Robt Bothe, Edw. Sleper and Humph. Demon,—St. Albans mon.; four messuages, &c., in Coventry in tenure of John Grescant,Thos. Graf ton, Arth. Goodrige, Robt.Cotton and Simon Parker,—Coventry priory; a messuage, &c, in Crossechepynge in Coventry, tenant Laur. Fanne, which belonged to Coventry Charterhouse; several other messuages (specified) intenure of Thos. Collyns, Wm. and Ellen Cotton and Thos. Napton in Coventry,—Coventry priory; a messuage, &c, near Charing Crosse in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, Midd., in tenure of John Wright,—St. James's mon. beside Northampton; rents and service due to St. John's of Jerusalem as parcel of Dalby preceptory, Leic, from lands of Ric. Taylor and Robt. Pelton in Petlinge Parva, and four messuages, &c. (tenants,John Dawkyns, John Wale, John Slynges-bye and Ric. Taylor there),—Dalby preceptory; and a messuage called le Signe of the Crowne in Coventry in tenure of Thos. and Marg. Gette (boundaries given with regard to Erlestrete, the land of Wm. Wigston now in tenure of Rog. Wigston, the tenement of John Eddes and the land of Lynde for merly of Dawson's wife), and all buildings leased there with except the tenement in Coventry in tenure of John Eddes. barber.—Coventry priory, Messuages in the parishes of St. Michaelin Woodstrete and St. Mary Magdalenein Milkestrete, London, in tenure of Ric. Myllerd,—Tyltey mon., Essex; a messuage, &c, in Erlestrete. Coventry, intenure of Thos. Wall,—Coventry priory; lands and rents (specified) in the parish of Lytgrave and Stopesley, Beds, in tenure of Humph, Dieldunne, Wm. Kylbye, Ric. Pykeringe, Bog. Okeley, Andrew Braye, Wm. Carington (late John Bow-strete) and Thos. Dyslyngton,—Merkeyate priory and Dunstable priory; lands leased to Sir Thos. Rotheram and other lands (specified) in Luton parish, in tenure of Bog. Barbor, John Daye, Edw. Welles, John Eynge, Valentine Lawrence (formerly of Thos. Perott), Laur. Stalleworth, Thos. Kylbeif, Thos. Kent, Geo. Rotheram, Thos. Elder, Wm. Laurence (in Lytgrave), and Wm. Ancock's wife, and in tenure of Thos. Duncombe in Ley ton Busserd, Beds,—Dunstable priory; lands (specified) in Mogerbanger in Blunham parish, Beds, in tenure of John Colbeke, and lands (specified) in Mylton Harnes and Thurlie, Beds, and in Clopham parish, Beds, in tenure of Wm. Barr, Anne Palmer, John Fytzjefferey, John Alderman, the late prior of Newnham, and John Weste, and the rectory of Clopham, in tenure of John Fytzjefferey, and the advowson of the vicarage, and the wood called Clopham Wood (31 ac),—Caldewell priory; messuages, &c., (specified) in the parish of St. Michael, Croked Lane, in tenure of Nic. Bryerley, Leonard. Johnson's wife and Wm. Pollerd, and chambers there in tenure of Wm. Hombeye, John Byrde, Wm. Gotes, Nic. Bruer, Chr. Herde and Eliz. Stele,—Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene in Kyngston upon Thames, Surr.; a messuage, &c., called Humfreyheade in Cartemele parish, Lane, lately in tenure of Wm. Thorneburgh and now of Hugh Dicconson,—Cartemele priory; a messuage, &c. in Iremonger Lane, in the parish of St. Martin Pomer, London, in tenure of Thos. Sutton,—Elsyngspittell priory; the rectory of Boxsted, Essex, in tenure of Ric. Mesenger, the advowson of the vicarage of Boxsted, and tithes in Nasse-wike, Essex, and in Boxsted,—Thomas Wulcey, late Cardinal, attainted; the grange and farm called Hawnes Grange in the parish of Hawnes, Beds., leased to Wm. Eympton, and other lands (specified, tenants Wm. Arden and John Waller) in Hawnes, the rectory of Hawnes in tenure of Wm. Arden, and the advowson of the vicarage Inhere,—Chicsond priory, (except woods called Humfreys Wood and Auferney Wood (49 ac.) which belonged to Chyxsond priory. Also eight messuages, &c. (tenants Wm. Lege, John Asteley, John Stanley, Nic. Bede, Ric. Tybbottes, Thos. Baker, Thos. Weste and Balph Meyer) in the parish of Bathkyngton alias Bagginton, Warw., a water mill called " a edge tole mille," in tenure of Edw. Waye, and a fulling mill beneath the place in which the castle formerly stood, in tenure of Edw. Goodyer, in the parish of Bathkyngton,—St Mary's College in Warwick. Del. Westm., 30 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (much injured, signed by Suffolk, Eussell, Petre. Bakere and others whose signatures are lost). Pat. p. 19, m. 5.
100. Sir William Petre, one of the two Principal Secretaries, and Anne his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Sir Wm. (for the rectory of Batcley, Warw., sold to the Crown, and for 4.6l. 19s. 7d.) of the manor of Southflet, Kent, which belonged to Rochester Cathedral and was granted to the Crown, 30 Dec. 36 Hen. VIII. The manors of Toddenham and Sutton, Glouc, and a water mill, a tenement called Smethes Place and a warren of coneys in tenure of Ric. Croft in Sutton, also lands in Stebunheth parish, Midd., in tenure of John Gemme, which belonged to Westminster Cathedral and were granted to the Crown, 13 March 36 Hen. VIII.
Also mortmain licence to the said Sir William to grant the advowson of the parish church of Hawkehurst, Kent, to any abp., bp., &c. Del. Westm., 31 March 36 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (injured; stamped, and signed by Suffolk, Bussell, Bacon and others whose signatures are lost). Pat. p. 20, m. 21 (marked as cancelled because surrendered by the said Sir Wm. and Anne, 2 Oct. 37 Hen. VIII.)
101. Licences to alienate lands (fn. 20) :—
Robt. Cooke to Thos. Bayfelde, Wm. Breesse, John Blofeld and Robt. Croche. Advowson of the vicarage of Whytwell juxta Byffam, Norf. (1st.) P. 19, m. 26 (cancelled "quia prius ".
Edmund Wryght to Frances Sprynge, one of the daughters of John Spryng, Henry Chyttynge and Wm. Foxe, to the use of the said Edmund and Frances for life, with remainder to the heirs male of the said Edmund by the said Frances, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Edmund. Site, &c., of the late priory of Grandemonte alias Gromonte, Yorks., and all possessions of that priory in Egton, Yorks. (1st) P. 19, m. 1.
Sir Ric. Longe to John Bede. House and site of the late priory of Kyngton, Wilts, and lands there. (1st.) P. 18, m. 39.
The same to Robt. Longe of Mawdyttes. Manor of Somerforde Matrevers alias Somerforde Magna,—Kyngton priory, and all his messuages, &c., in Bristol and in Malbesbury, Stowrepayne, Uffecotte, Boyton, Dodyngton and Sodbury, and elsewhere in cos. Dors., Wilts and Glouc., and 20 ac. of land, &c., in Sevyngton alias Leighe Dalamore which Robt. Woodman held of the manor of Kyngton. (1st.) Ib. Edw. Elryngton and Humph. Metcalf to Wm. Shirwood. Site, &c., of the late Black Friars in Cambridge. (2nd.) P. 20 m. 16.
Elizabeth Davers. widow, to Thos. Smyth alias Atwoode. House and site of the late Black Friars in Ipswich, Suff. (2nd.) P. 20, m. 17.
Wm. Ramsden to Robt. Twaytes, of Barnesby. Messuage, &c. in Dodworth, Yorks., which belonged to Pontefract mon. in tenure of Robt. Attersley. (3rd.) P. 17, m. 34.
Wm. Chapleyn and John Selwood to John Servyngton. Wrangton manor, Devon,—Plympton priory. (6th.) P. 1, m. 27.
The same to John Arscott and Philippa (sic) in fee to the said John Arscott. Moiety of Bukyngton manor and rectory, Devon,—Hertland mon. (6th.) P. 17, m. 21.
The same to Ric. and John Arsoott, in fee to the said Ric. and the heirs of his body. Manor of Pyeworthy and the advowson of Pyeworthy rectory. (6th.) Ibid.
The same to Jas. Rogers. Messuage called Guyrtgraunge in Kellynyock parish, Anglesea, and all its appurtenances, in tenure of Wm. Stampe,—Conwaye mon. (6th.) P. 17. m. 39.
The same to Ric. Mongey. Moiety of the manor and of the rectory of Bukyngton, Devon.—Hertland mon. (6th ) Ibid., m. 40.
Ric. and Jas. Gunter, the King's servants, to Sir George Herbert. Rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Kadokeston alias Langattocke, co. Glamorgan,—Neth mon.; and all possessions of that rectory in tenure of Lizan Thomas, granted to them by pat. of 3 March last. (6th.) P. 17, m. 38.
Mary Danett, widow, to George Medeley and John Prestlande, to be regranted to the said Mary for life with remainder to Thos. Danett her son for his life, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Mary. Her portion of lands in Byrton and Dorssett, Warw., called Halle Feldes and Olde Lees, in tenure of Peter Temple. (6th.) P. 17, m. 34.
Sir Wm. Willoughby of Parbam, Suff., to Sir Robert Southwell, of Marworth, Kent, Master of the Rolls, and Margaret his wife, in fee to the said Sir Robert. Manor of Valence, Suff., with appurtenances in Valence and Blaxhall,—mon. of Campesse alias Campesey. (Westm. 8 March 35 Hen. VIII.) P. 25, m. 47.
Wm. Romsden of Longley, Yorks., to John Mokeson. Messuage, &c, in tenure of Wm. Seymour, in Dodworth, Yorks.,—Pontefract priory; and lands in tenure of John Gawber in Holande Swayne, Yorks., prioress of Hampall. (8th.) P. 17, m. 38.
Thos. Godwyne to John Slannyng and Eliz, his wife. Sheagh manor in the parish of Sheagh, Devon,—which belonged to Plympton priory. (9th.) P. 2, m. 46.
James Rogers to Rice ap Llowelin ap Howell ap Dycus. Messuage called Guyit-graunge in Kellynyock parish, Anglesea, and all its appurtenances, in tenure of Wm. Stampe,—Conwaye mon. (12th.) P. 17, m. 39.
Sir Thos. Patstun, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber, to Thos. Eden And Grisilda his wife in fee to the said Thos. Eden. Manor and chief farm of Balidon in Balydon, Essex, in tenure of Ric. Orbell alias Smyth, with its lands (specified), and a wood called Aseheley Wood and lands (named) in Sudbury, Suff.,—Sudbury college. (14th.) P. 17, m. 35.
Wm. Ramsden to Ric. Lyster. Messuage in Horton and a close in Bollyng, Yorks., in tenure of Jas. Sharpe.—Kyrkel-stall mon. (14th.) P. 17. in. 40.
David Martyn to Robt. Chidley and Elizabeth his wife, in fee to the said Robt. Messuage called "the Abbot of Glastonburyes howse " in West Smyth-feld, in St. Sepulchre's parish, London, messuages, &c., in tenure of Hen. Lovell, Wm. Philipe, Robt. Cowty, John Chapman, John Cowte, John Goodlad, John Ramsey and John Twyford in Westsmyth-feld, twelve messuages in Coklane in St Sepulchre's parish, a messuage in tenure of Hen. Garrart in Cowlane in that parish, twenty messuages in tenure of John Thalorne, Chas. Atkynson, John Harlesey, Rog. Hurst, Eliz. Conwey, Wm. Bodley, John Johnson, Wm. Morys, Robt. Draper, Ric. Lambe, Walt. Chapell, Wm. Fall, Walt. Grene, John Johnson, Thos. Holdney, Wm. Mulbury, Rog. Barsseford, Anne Screven. John Harsewell, and John Stevyns in Hosyar Lane in the same parish the Crowne inn in Warwike Lane, in St. Ewin's parish, and rent of 201b. of pepper from the tenement of Ant. Vyvald in St. Sith's Lane, London,-Glastonbury mon. (16th.) P. 17, m. 36.
Wm. Goodynge alias Goodwyn to Thos. Stampe. sen., second son of John Stampe, of Cholsey. Lands called le Breche and Monkenden, and meadows called More-hokes and Gardynars Meade in Cholsey parish, Berks., in tenure of Ric. Plott,—Redyng abbey. (17th. P. 17, m. 34.
Thos. Godwyn to Wm. Bolles, of Felley, Notts. Lands called Pytfeld in Seynour alias Senover, Derb., in tenure of John Brayleforth.—Thurgarton mon. (18th.) P. 17, m. 33.
Thos. Slater clk., and Hen. Lee to Sampson Michell. one of the Clerks of Chancery. Messuage. &c., lately leased to Wm. Fynche and now in tenure of Thos. Bradley in the parish of St, Dunstan in Fletestrete (between Chancery Lane on the east and Fykkettes field on the west, the tenement of Edw. Gerth on the north and the inn of the Six Clerks of Chancery called Harflette Inne on the south),—St. John's of Jerusalem. 19th.) P. 17, m. 29.
Sir John Williams and Anthony Strynger to Wm. Gylbart. Messuage, &c, in Wynterborn, Wilts, in tenure of John Toker.—Hyde mon., Hants. (20th.) P. 17, m. 29.
Sir Wm. Buttes to John Page. Lands called Frerne, in tenure of John Churche, in Magna Totham, Essex,—Beyghley mon. (22nd.) P. 19, m. 3.
The same to Joan Broke, widow (dilecto sibi Thome Broke, vidue, hdbendum et tenendum eidem Johanne Broke heredibus et assignatis suis, &c.) Rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Mentmore, Bucks,—St. Bartholomew's priory beside West Smythfeld. London. (22nd.) Ib.
John Pope to Ric. Fowler. Moiety of I his manor of Netherlypiat, Glouc,—St. John's of Jerusalem and Quenyngton pre-ceptory; and certain messuages (specified; there, in tenure of John Smarle, Giles Davys, Alice Davys, Thos. Freme and John Byg. (23rd.) P. 17. m. 37.:
The same to Wm. Sewell, clothier, of Strode. Other moiety of the said manor; and messuages (specified) in tenure of Thos. Sewell, John Shereman, John Balkeley and Thos. Freme. (23rd.) P. 17, m. 39.
Sir Ant. Kyngeston to John Hedges. Lands in Eston Graye, Wilts, in tenure of Wm. Sewell, and the advowson of the parish church there. (26th.) P. 19, m. 13.
Sir Ric. Williams alias Crumwell to Thos. Holle and Lucy his wife, in fee to the said Thos. Rectory, vicarage and advowson of the parish church of Hennyngham alias Honnyngham, Norf. (26th.) P. 18, m. 39.
Ric. Kyng. kinsman and heir of John Fyssher, late poulterer of London, to Thos. Marston, haberdasher. Tenement, &c, called the Bell, in Colmanstrete, in the parish of St. Stephen, London, late in tenure of the said John. (26th.) P. 17. m. 36.
Lord Chancellor Wriothesley to Robt. Peterson, clk , for life. Annuity of 100l. out of his manor of Beaulieu, Hants. 128th.) P. 17, m. 38.
John Ayleworth and Ralph Dukkenfeld to Thos. Clerke. Rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Lockyng,"Soms.,—Worspring priory. (28th.) P. 17, m. 37.
John Cokkes, of London, salter, to Roger ap D'd ap Rycharde and Margaret his wife. Lincoys grange, Monm., now in their tenure, and the tithes thereon;—Dore mon Heref. (—March.) P. 19, m. 13.

Footnotes

1 These names cancelled.
2 These names cancelled.
3 Cassillis's servant.
4 Delivered on 26 March 1545.
5 Monte and Cervini.
6 Cancelled and the corrected reading supplied in the margin in English, viz.:—as the others to join with his men are not yet ready, he is to stay for a season, and be ready to come forward within the time appointed by his capitulations, for which purpose warning shall be sent.
7 Mignanello. See No. 480.
8 paget
9 Guzman.
10 April 5 was Easter day in 1545.
11 See No. 403
12 The Imperial Ambassador in France.
13 See No. 406.
14 The undated draft of a letter from the Emperor to Juan de Vega forwarding a copy of the Declaration before it was made in France is described in Spanish Calendar, VIII., No. 18, as from Worms; but the Emperor did not arrive there until May, and the Declaration was undoubtedly made at the end of March. Granvelle, however, arrived at Worms about March 4th (see No. 850) and may have drafted that letter there. For the date of the Declaration see Nos. 389, 425 (pp. 188-9) and 458.
15 In § 3 "Septiembre" is erroneously translated " December."
16 These items omitted in § 4,
17 Caours.
18 These items omitted in § 4,
19 This indenture is enrolled on Cl. Roll 36 Hen. VIII. p. 5, No. 38, which has been compared with this and the chief variations noted in parentheses above. The sale included also numerous lands, fisheries, fairs, &c.
20 All are dated at Westminster. In this abstract the day of the month appears in parentheses before the reference to park and membrane of the Patent Koll of 36 Hen. VIII.