Henry VIII
August 1546, 26-31

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'Henry VIII: August 1546, 26-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 1: January-August 1546 (1908), pp. 749-785. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80869 Date accessed: 25 November 2014.


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August 1546, 26-31

26 Aug.1507. Mary Queen of Scots to Henry VIII.
R. O.Begs that Donald, abbot of Couper, uncle to Archibald, earl of Ergile and justice principal of her realm, may have passport through England, for one year, with 16 persons or under, without hindrance at Berwick, Calais or elsewhere, to pass and re-pass conjointly or severally, any trespass committed by any one of them not to prejudice the rest. Edinburcht, 26 Aug. 1546, 4 Mary. Sealed. Signed by Arran.
Broadsheet, p. 1. Add. Endd.: 27 (sic) Aug.
26 Aug.1508. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.Hears that the Protestants besiege Ingilstade beside Ratisbone. They have sent to all cities of Almayn to declare whether they will lean to the Emperor or to the Protestants. The men levied in Estlande are for the Landisgrave, and march to meet with the Count de Bure. Ryffynberg leads 2,000 men for the Protestants, who, with 15,000, abide the coming of these other out of Estlande, and mean to stay De Bures at a bridge over the Rhine in Don Fernando's country. "The Cowntie Palatyn hath caused to be bruited in the Regent's court that he goeth into England to have the King's Majesty's licence to lean to the Protestants." Was told this yesterday by Chr. Haller, then coming from the Court. Paget may have more certain information out of France, for men dare not write hither. Begs to come home after he has paid the Fugger; and that Mr. Chamberleyn and Mr. Damesell may receive and pay the King's merchants' money. Pray let the Fugger's obligations be returned with diligence. Andwerp, 26 Aug.
Hol. p. 1. Add. Endd.: 1546.
26 Aug.1509. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.Had written his other when Chr. Haller sent him a letter addressed to the King, but from whom the bringer knew not. Haller desired to signify that if the King needed money in these parts he would furnish a good sum. Perceived yesterday, in talking with him, that "he is afraid to keep his money here lest the Emperor find means to have it out of his hands, which I perceive they will not assent unto." Andwerp, 26 Aug.
Hol., p. 1. Add. And beneath the address, "Deliver this letter to Mrs. Vaughan to be sent to the Court." Endd.: 1546.
26 Aug.1510. Cardinal Pole to Paul III.
Poli Epp., iv. 37.Letters of the Camerlengo 16 Aug., received on the 23rd, inform him that the Pope desires him to repair to Trent as soon as he can do so without serious danger to his health. His health, indeed, is such that he doubts not the Pope, if fully informed by letters, would grant him some days' delay, but he cannot be satisfied without sending this messenger, the abbot of San Saluto, to explain; who will at the same time report to him Pole's opinion of the matters before the Council. Treville in agro Tervisano, 26 Aug. 1546.
Lat.
26 Aug.1511. Pole to Cardinals de Monte and Cervini.
Poli Epp., iv. 195.Wrote yesterday morning. Last night arrived the Abbot, who now leaves, by Venice, for Rome to show the Pope the state of Pole's health. Has nothing to add in reference to what the Abbot has reported, except that he will await here the Pope's commands, though he has great need to go to Padua for his cure. Trusts his Holiness will have due regard, not only to his own need but to the just desires and demands of Monte and Cervini, whose continual labors trouble him not less than his own illness. Treville, 26 Aug. 1546.
Italian.

Aug.
1512. The Privy Council.
Dasent's
A.P.C., 522.
Meeting at Hampton Court, —— (blank) Aug. Present: Canterbury, Chancellor, Great Master, Privy Seal, Great Chamberlain, Lord Chamberlain, Gage, Wingfield, Paget, Sadler, Riche, Baker. Business:—Upon examination of matters presented by the earl of Ormonde, Walter Cowley, Edmond Sexton and others of Ireland against Sir Anthony Sentleger, K.G., Deputy, which proved to be merely malicious, it appeared that John Aleyne, esquire, Chancellor there, has been a promoter of discord and a common taker of bribes to the defraudation of justice, and he was now declared to be deprived of the Chancellorship and committed to the Fleet. Warrant to treasurer of the Chamber to deliver John Curwen, serjeant at arms, 10l. for riding into Lancashire for the apprehension of persons concerned in the murder of Wm. Houghton; also to the wife of Adrian Syroen, Fleming, 80l. in satisfaction for his ship in which he was taken by the French in conveying necessaries to Boulogne in Lord Poynenges' time. Warrant to treasurer of the Tenth to deliver Sir Ant. Knevett 481l. for John Tolorge, for morispikes for the Tower.
27 Aug.1513. Carne to Paget.
R. O.
St. P., xi. 274.
At the instance of Mr. Damesell, the King's agent in Andwarp, sued for licence to transport 15 lasts of powder. President Schore reported the Queen's answer, that during the King's wars she was always content to satisfy his desire for powder and other munitions; and now, the Emperor being in war and their powder destroyed by thunder and lightning in Maghlyn, she trusts that the King will take patience till she may know what the Emperor himself may need. Replied that the Emperor in Germany could not get powder from hence, and the King had many fortresses to furnish, that this was but a remnant of an old bargain of powder made 12 months past and paid for long before the peace, that the merchant who had it ready in Andwarpe would not risk keeping it longer but set it in the streets for the King's agent, and that the Emperor might besides it have of the merchants as much powder as he wished. Schore then said that he would speak to the Queen again. Moved him for Mr. Dymock's restitution, and showed the testimonies from Dordright. He read the declaration and said that he would peruse the original examinations and learn the Council's resolution. He then said that yesternight he had a letter from the Count de Buyre, who passed the Rene on the 23rd inst. The Protestants opposed his passage on this side Maguntia, and also at Maguntia they held all the boats; but he privily sent 5,000 footmen to another passage higher up, who there found 14 boats and began crossing. Thereupon the army opposed to De Buyre sent men to the Bishop of Maguntia's fortress of Waloppe, commanding that passage; but the Bp.'s men refused them admittance and, having admitted some of De Buyre's men, kept the passage until the whole 5,000 were past. Then the whole troop opposed to De Buyre at the other ferry went to the defence of a fort thereby, and so let De Buyre pass with bag and baggage. De Buyre then advanced and the Protestants left their fortress and fled. They had only 15 ensigns of footmen and 300 horsemen; for the Count of Odinburgh, whom they looked for with 16 ensigns and 800 horsemen, was not arrived. On the other side of the Rene, within a league of the passage, De Buyre was reinforced by 3,500 horsemen (provided, as Carne learns elsewhere, by the bishops of Maguntia, Treves and Colong) so that he has above 8,000 horsemen, and in that respect is far above either the Protestants or the Emperor, who has but 6,000. He will go straight to the Emperor at Langhut unless the Landsgrave returns from the siege of Engilstate to meet him; in which case the Emperor will follow the Landsgrave. The President averred that the Emperor had in Engilstate 4,000 footmen and 1,000 horsemen, with all necessaries; and that the Protestants began to lack money. Bruxelles, 27 Aug. 1546. Signed.
Pp. 5. Add. Endd.
27 Aug.1514. Vaughan to the Council.
R. O.Yesterday afternoon, saw letters just come from Mons. de Bure's camp signifying that, the 24th inst., he passed the Rhine at Binghen, 3 leagues from Mens, without resistance from the Protestants. The Duke of Wirtzenbergh lay in wait for him at Howsen, an English mile from Spire, with 10,000 footmen and 2,000 horsemen and another number lay four leagues from thence; but he had good espials. Here is a saying that the Protestants have besieged Ingilstade, 3 or 4 leagues from Ratisbone, and taken it; but with the slaughter of 4,000 men on each side. Awaits the return of the Fugger's obligations lately sent to their Honours by Calles. Andwerp, 27 Aug.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Endd.: 1546.
27 Aug.1515. Francis I.
R. O.Commission to Nicholas du Pre, prefectus a libellis Regiis, and Giles le Maistre, king's advocate in the supreme senate of Paris, as his deputies to settle with deputies of the King of England upon that King's claim for 500,022 cr. 22s. 6d. under certain letters of Francis dated 29 Jan. 1529, the treaty of peace concluded by their ambassadors on 7 June last having provided that this question should within three months be referred to two deputies on either side. Chavaines, 27 Aug. 1546, 32 Francis I.
Lat., pp. 2. Endd.: Copie of the French kinges commission.
*** This purports to be the copy of an original sealed with yellow wax and countersigned by L'Aubespine, and it bears a memorandum that this copy, which is signed by the French commissioners, was delivered by them 11 Sept. 1546.
28 Aug.1516. The Privy Council.
Dasent's
A.P C., 524.
Meeting at Hampton Court, 28 Aug. Present: Canterbury, Chancellor, Great Master, [Privy Seal, Great Chamberlain, Lord Chamberlain, Gage, Wingfield, Paget, Sadler, Riche, Baker]. Business:—Sir John Lother had warrant to Williams for 40l. towards sinking wells and other necessaries within Carlisle castle. The Countess of Kildare declaring that 121 mks. 8s. 6d. of her dower remained due to her because the Vice-treasurer in Ireland needed the money for more necessary affairs, and the Lord Deputy asserting that in the time of the rebellion the revenues were not fully paid, the Countess had warrant to —— (blank) for that amount. John Peers, clerk of the check of the Guard, had warrant to treasurer of the Tenth for 134l. 16s. in full satisfaction of wages of 81 yeomen extraordinary who attended at the being here of the Admiral of France.
[28 Aug.]1517. Henry VIII. to Francis I.
R. O.
St. P., xi. 279.
The Seigneur Dennebault, your Admiral, will declare how all things have passed here for the conservation of our amity.
.1517. ii. Henry VIII. to the Dauphin.
Received his letter by the Admiral, the Seigneur Dennebault, and was much pleased to hear of his good affection to this amity between the King his father and Henry.
French. Drafts in Paget's hand, p. 1. Endd.: [The] Kinges Mate to [the] French king and the Dolphin.
28 Aug.1518. D'Annebault to the Queen [Dowager of Scotland].
Balcarres MS.
iv. 74.
Adv. Lib.
Edin.
Has received her letters by the Sieur de la Grembre? and afterwards by Mons. de Mendosse, premier maitre d'hôtel du Roy. Notes particularly the instruction given to Mendosse and the acceptation of the little Queen and Kingdom of Scotland in the treaty of peace. Although he was pressed to return by the King, has given two days entirely to the affairs of Scotland. Regrets that he finds no disposition here in accordance with his own desire to do service to her and her daughter and the whole realm of Scotland, for which he would do no less than for the King. Sends all that he has been able to obtain of these men. Leaves the rest to the resident ambassador, who has charge to see to the interests of Scotland as well as of France. Will embark today with his company. On his return will at once despatch a gentleman to inform her of the King's intention. London, 28 Aug. Signed.
Fr., p. 1. Endd. "Double dela lettre escript en chiffre a la Royne par Mons. l'Amyral, Ambassadeur estant.... a Londres."
28 Aug.1519. Sir Ric. Southwell to Walter Hendley and Nicholas Bakon.
R. O.Understanding you have received a letter from the King's Council to determine my friend Mr. Robserte s right (fn. 1) ; I signify to you that I was the only procurer of the lease he now has, and that everything for his assurance was at the time duly executed by the advice of my cousin John Corbett and others learned. It was not without his great charges to the late abbot of Windeham and the Lord Crumwell, whose instrument, by his letter, I then was. Pray give him undelayed justice. 28 August 38 Henry VIII. Signed.
Hol., p. 1. Add.
1520. Sir Ric. Southwell to Walter Henley and Nicholas Bakon.
R. O.The Council, at my suit, has commanded Walter Myldemaye to write to you and the Council of the Court of Augmentations to examine my friend Mr. Robsarte's case (fn. 1) ; in which I have declared my knowledge, as I was the only instrument to convey Mr. Robsarte to his lease. Desires credence, knowing that the Lord Chancellor and others of the Council having to do in this case would not discredit him. Begs them to give the man his order upon sight of his lease.
Hol., pp. 2. Add.
28 Aug.1521. Wotton to Paget.
R. O.
St. P., xi. 277.
As Wotton wrote to the King, the French king takes Talart's matter so that nobody save poor Madame de Bellay dare do anything therein. The Admiral will now, in England, enquire whether Cardinal Bellay wrote to the King of it; and if it be found so, he is likely to have great displeasure. It may be said that Madame de Bellay wrote and sent in it, and the King, for service done him by them of Bellay, was content to become intercessor. In case it is already revealed to the Admiral that the Cardinal did write or send, the latter desires to have it modified, viz., that it was meant thereby that Madame wrote, but the King took the thing as done by the Bellays, and the Cardinal amongst others. Thus the Cardinal would fain have this matter shifted from him: for this Court is divided—the Admiral, Cardinal Tournon and others on the one part, and on the other les dames and Cardinal Bellay. Although the Admiral might be content to have Talart holpen, as he is Tournon's nephew, yet all that side would be glad of something to lay against Cardinal Belay, and the King half suspects him already. Madame Destampes, who lately got him a good bpric., would be loth to have him found in fault. "Thus may you see that the Court everywhere is the Court, that is to say, a place where is used good shouldering and lifting at each other."
The General Bayart esteems the Protestants' army at 50,000 footmen and 18,000 horsemen, which seems a great number. Although the Emperor is now joined by 10,000 out of Italy, his whole army is not above 24,000 men; so that, like as he fled from Regenesburgh to Landzhut, now that the Protestants approach and are taking all the towns of Bayerland he must withdraw towards Vienna. The Protestants have got the treaty which was made in Switzerland between the Emperor and the Bishop of Rome, proving that this war is not against certain rebels, as pretended, but against all the Protestants, and therefore the Switzers now begin to take part with them. Mons. de Bure retires homewards before the Duke of Wirtenbergh.
The Emperor's ambassador tells Wotton that the kings of Denmark and Sweden have declared that they will not meddle in this matter, and neither will the Easterlinges: also that there will be no fighting, and the Protestants have submitted. Italian ambassadors here say that for hundreds of years such an army of Italians as is now gone to the Emperor never went out of Italy. They esteem it at 20,000 besides the Spaniards. As Virgil says Qui amant ipsi sibi somnia fingunt: but it is equally true Qui oderunt ipsi sibi somnia fingunt.
The French king lies still at Chavaignes, 3 leagues hence, and it is not yet known where he will go. Molins in Bourbonnes, 28 Aug. 1546.
Hol., pp. 4. Add. Endd.
28 Aug.1522. Pole to Cardinals de Monte and Cervini.
Poli Epp.,
iv. 195.
Sends his friend, Messer Luise Priuli, to give them particulars of his condition and of the commission given to the Abbot of S. Soluto in his going to Rome. Treville, 28 Aug. 1546.
Italian.
29 Aug.1523. The Privy Council.
Dasent's
A.P.C., 525.
Meeting at Hampton Court, 29 Aug. Present: Canterbury, Chancellor, Great Master, Arundel, Winchester, Paget. Business:—Warrant to Williams to deliver rewards, viz., to Captain Andreas Rheni 100l., Cesare Sanseverine 75l., Ant. de Moretto, lieutenant to Alexander, 25l., —— (blank) Scottishman 10l., Barnabe, an Irishman, servant to the earl of Desmunde 7l. 10s. Passport for Rheni, Cesare and Moretto. Warrant to Williams to deliver Thos. Broke 300l. for works at Dover. Passport to Ireland for Martin Skryne and Barnard Donel, servants to the earl of Tyrone. Letter to Mr. Vaughan enclosing the obligation of the bargain renewed with the Fulker, drawn as he desired, and signifying that, on finishing his present payments to the Fulker and instructing Mr. Chamberlein and Wm. Damosell, he may return home about his own business. To Mr. Dymok, who wrote of the probable loss in uttering the 40 qr. of corn so long stayed at Brunswick, that if it could not be shipped to Boulogne and arrive fit to serve there it should be forthwith sold where it was. To Chamberleyn and Damosell to take instructions from Vaughan. John Maxwell, lord Maxwell's younger son, had passport to Scotland and warrant to the treasurer of Augmentations for the King's reward of 100 cr. ——Kyrkaldy, Scottishman, had placard for post horses to Scotland. Nicasius Yetswart had warrant to—— (blank) for 17l. 10s. paid to Lyster, Mr. Wotton's servant, for coming from his master at Molyns in France.
29 Aug.1524. Deputy and Council of Boulogne to Henry VIII.
R. O.The other day Lord Graye wrote to Mr. Paget that the Frenchmen meant to fortify at Paulet Hill; and, yesterday, hearing that they were at work, he sent Sir John Bridges and the Surveyor thither, who reported that 80 or 100 pioneers were working, and 4,000 or 5,000 said to be coming thither, which indicates some "further pretence." Send Sir Thomas Palmer herewith to declare their opinions therein and also the proceedings of the Commission of the limits; and to bring back the King's pleasure with speed. Bulloignye, 29 Aug. Signed: Wyllyam Grey: John Bryggys: Thomas Moyle: Hugh Poulet: Jamys Croft: Edward Bray.
Pp. 1. Add. Endd.: 1546.
29 Aug.1525. Oudart du Bies to Lord Grey.
R. O.Having advertised those who, on the King's behalf, had the making of the treaty of peace, of the clause in the power of Messrs. Moyle and Palmer presupposing that only the sources of Vielmoustier and Quesque are to be viewed, as if the longer of them was agreed upon, the writer is charged not to permit the King's deputies to proceed upon such a commission. Grey will please correct the said commission; for, as the treaty only says that the river which passes under Pont de Bricque shall from its source be the limit, the commissions must be made conformable thereto without limitation. That done, the King's deputies shall be ready to proceed, having their power confirmed and names filled in with the hand of the writer's secretary. It is not the King's fault that the delimitation has not been made. Du Bies, 29 Aug. 1546.
French. Copy, p. 1. Endd. with the address: To, etc., Sir William Paget, etc., "or to Sir Thomas Palmer, knight; haste, haste, haste for thy life, haste."
30 Aug.1526, Henry VIII. and the Protestants.
R. O. St. P., xi. 280.The King's answer to such matter as Mons. Bruno "proponed" 30 Aug. 1546, at his return out of Allemane; "upon which answer he may the better proceed at this present with the Landsgrave and such other the Princes Protestants on his Majesty's behalf as he shall think convenient."
1. Thanks for the Landsgrave's offer to serve him alone and take no other pension, to furnish him with soldiers when required, and to hinder their passing to any other prince against him. Upon that promise he accepts the Landsgrave as his "friend, servant and councillor," and gives him a pension of 12,000 fl.
2. If the Protestant League sends hither with diligence commissioners fully instructed, with the names of all its members and the aid at which each is rated or to be rated, he will enter league defensive with them against all men and for all causes; provided that he may have the chief place in the league, which shall thenceforth be called the League Christian, and that no other may afterwards enter it without his consent. He will be bound to give the aid at which he shall be rated only in cases when all give aid; and as he supposes that they will look for a greater aid from him than from the rest, he will expect in all assemblies to have three voices for two of any other member. As sundry of the members can conveniently act by sea, regard should be had in rating them to have "their rates proportioned to be set forth by sea" for the aid of confederates who shall "have most need of the same."
3. His Majesty thanks the Landsgrave, Duke of Sax and the rest for their good opinion of his zeal for their sincere union in one opinion of religion, and readiness to follow his advice upon conference between their learned men and his in his presence, in accordance with Holy Scripture or the General Councils before 500 or 600 years. He trusts that they will send men who are both learned and unprejudiced, and requires them, when they send commissioners to conclude the League, to send also the names of ten or twelve learned men, that he may choose 4, 5, or 6, to be sent hither as soon as convenient, to debate points of religion wherein at present he and they differ.
4. He heartily thanks the Duke of Sax for gentle offers and request of amity made by Bruno on the Duke's behalf.
Draft in Paget's hand, pp. 5. Endd.: Thanswere to Bruno geven by the K's Mate xxxo Augusti 1546.
30 Aug.1527. Mary Queen of Scots to Henry VIII.
R. O.Request for a passport for John bishop of Dunkeld and abbot of Paslay with 40 persons (etc., as in No. 1501). Edinburgh, penult day of August 1546, 4 Mary. Sealed. Signed by Arran.
Broadsheet, p. 1. Add. Endd.: ultimo (sic) Augusti.
30 Aug.1528. Lord Grey to Paget.
R. O.I have this morning received answer from Mons. le Mareschal du Bies concerning "th'entreview of the lymytes;" and as Mr. Moyle is at Callays I send you herewith the copy of his (Du Bies') letter, and will stay replying until I know the King's resolution. Bulloigne, 30 Aug. Signed.
P. 1. Endd.: "The Lorde Graye to Mr. Secr. Mr. Paget, xxxo Augusti 1546, wt a copie of Monsr. de Bies his l're enclosed."
31 Aug.1529. The King's Sign Manual.
See Grants in August, Nos. 31-34.
31 Aug.1530. The Privy Council to Wotton.
R. O.
St. P., xi. 283.
The King received his last letters touching Tallart's matter, with, the other letters and writings from my lord of Westminster, and spoke to the Admiral earnestly in Tallart's behalf. The Admiral arrived at Greenwich on Friday, 20th inst., came next day to London, tarried there all Sunday, came hither on Monday and on Tuesday received the King's oath. They will report what cheer they had. Here they said they never saw the like for "plentifulness, magnificence, riches and also the good order." The Admiral moved to have the day of payment of the 2,000,000 shortened; and said that men judged that we would never restore Bullen, seeing that we fortified Bullenberg and the Blacknesse, whereof the one was begun since the treaty—which we denied. Then we objected that they had unlawfully begun fortifications at Portet and the hill over against the Old Man at the entry of the haven, whereas our commissioners at the treaty heard of none save at St. Estiens (which they offered to leave if we would leave that at Bullingberg), Hardelow, Estaples and Mounthewly; the fortifications begun at Portet and the hill were abandoned a year ago and ought not now to be begun again. Finally, this matter came to the King's knowledge, who told the Admiral roundly that he would not endure them, especially that upon the hill. The Admiral said that he had no commission to speak therein, and knew only that 2,000 pioneers were appointed to the fortifying of Estaples. "He made great suit for his galley, which his Majesty was pleased to have given to him. Mary! as touching the 'forsares' he could not of his honour render them, having before given them liberty." When he demanded the galley, etc., as "no just prize," my lord Admiral and he had warm words, but they ended friendly. To their charge as to Blacknesse we answered that it was begun before the conclusion of the peace. They presented the Scot's acceptation of the treaty, wherein were added the words absque tamen regni nostri et libertatum ejusdem prejudicio, and required a receipt for it. We made one in the Council's name containing the clause quatenus virtute tractatus recipere teneremur, et non aliter nee alio modo, which form both they and the King liked, but afterwards they would have had it made in the King's name. Answered that it was not reason that the King should acknowledge receipt when no man had commission to deliver. They offered certain articles of demands of the Scots, whom they would have had enjoy the benefit of every article of the treaty with France, but they could prove no one of the demands reasonable. At that point the King sent for them to dinner, and after dinner they took leave; so that the matter was left as we found it.
Our commissioners for the river's head have met theirs, viz., lord Gray (who met not because Du Bies cannot), Mr. Moyle, Sir Edward, your brother, and Sir Thos. Palmer. The French commissioners would have turned to the spring of Lyene, "where you know that Poke (fn. 2) mocked me, Sir William Paget, the said commissioners pretending ignorance of the agreement which you knew was made at our being togethers, being present my lord Admiral, yourself, I Sir William Paget, Sir Francis Bernard, the President, Bochetel, Burdyn, Monluck and others, which was that, they sticking to have had the branch coming from Kekes to be the head, and we that which cometh from Vielmouters, because commissioners which were sent from both parts for that purpose could not report which was the biggest, it was agreed that a new commission should be made on both sides for both the said branches to be viewed and measured with a line from their heads to the place where they meet together, and that the longest should be taken for the river's head." The French Admiral knew nothing therein, but the President denied it not. Remind Wotton of it, as the French still keep Brunemberg, which should belong to the King in any case, being on this side all the branches except that of Lyene, "which is nothing." The Admiral promised that that matter should be despatched now by the commissioners.
Mr. Peter and the dean of Paules have been over sea 10 days to treat upon the question of the 500,000 cr. etc.; but as yet the French commissioners are not come. Wotton should speak to the French king or his Council both of the commissioners for the river's head and them. Since the Admiral's departure the King is certified that workmen are fortifying at Portet, where no fortification was begun before the peace; also, as you will see by the copy of letters from Cales, the Sieur de Owtinges has with 40 or 50 of the garrison of Ardre armed with guns and pikes, forcibly carried off hay belonging to the captain of Balingham bulwark, from ground which in St. Cheval's time was peaceably permitted to us until this coming of Blenyer-court, their new captain. Wotton shall say to the French king that, this amity being renewed, the King means to do nothing contrary to his promise, and trusts that the French king will so order his frontier ministers, who care not to give piques and informations which might engender quarrels, that the hay may be restored and the fortifying at Portet stopped.
Draft in Paget's hand, pp. 7. Endd.: M. to Doctor Wotton of the last of August 1546.
Lansd. MS.2. Modern copy of the above.
155, f. 206.Pp. 6.
31 Aug.1531. The Contribution.
R. O.Bill of receipt, 31 Aug. 1546, from Ant. Bourchier, of London, "for the contribution granted to the King's Majesty for v. months to be ended the last day of October next" of 50s. Signed with a mark and also "by me John Garat."
P. 1. Two seals.
31 Aug.1532. Carne to Paget.
R. O.Forwards a packet from my lord of Westminster brought by the post who arrived yesternight. Has learnt no occurrents since he wrote on the 27th. The aforesaid post says he left the Emperor in camp marching towards the Landsgrave, whose siege of Englestat is such that the Emperor's men enter it at pleasure and the Emperor has 500 Spaniards therein. Paget will doubtless learn all from my lord of Westminster, for Carne "can hyre but of the toone parte." Bruxelles, last of August Signed.
P. 1. Add. Endd.
31 Aug.1533. Vaughan to Paget.
R. O.My wife writes that Mr. Chancellor of the Augmentations means to leave his house in Woodstrete. If so, pray help me to it. You taking it as for yourself I should come by it at a far more reasonable price, "for he is a man that useth not to depart with his things but when he may much get by the same." If I have it, you may command of it as your own. In Chepe, where my house is, I am very evil lodged. Andwerp, last of August.
Hol., p. 1. Add. Sealed. Endd.:
31 Aug.1534. Oudart du Bies to Lord Grey.
R. O.I received your letter by bearer and, knowing nothing of the contents, will only say that I have sent to the King and will advertise you immediately upon learning his intention. Meanwhile I commend myself heartily to you and your deputies. Du Bies le dere (?) jr daoust Signed.
P. 1. Add.
1535. Payments at Antwerp.
R. O.Memorandum that to Sir Raffe Warren, Sir Ric. Gresham, Sir John Gresham and Sir Rowland Hille was delivered by order of the King's Council 40,000l. st. to be made over by exchange, which was done "after xxvs. the pound Flemish," viz. 50,000l. Fl. Also there was delivered to Anthony Bonvise, Achelin Salvage, Barthilmew Company and Barthilmew Fortune 40,000l. st. to be made over, "which I am sure shall not amount, when the reckoning shall be perused, above" 46,500l. Fl. So that the money delivered to us, Sir Raffe, etc., is "advanced more than the money delivered to the strangers" by 3,500l. Fl.
P. 1. Endd.: Certaine s[ums] dd. to the Gres[shams] and other.
1536. Documents signed by Stamp.
Abridgement of bills, etc., which the King caused "me, William Clerc," to stamp at sundry places and times in August, 38 Hen. VIII.
1. A purchase of parcel of the manor of Collyton, Devon, for the inhabitants of the same, for 1,000l., "whereof there are two letters patents containing nine 'pagynes,' all which were signed." Subscribed by the chancellor of Augmentations. G. 7 and 24 Jan.
2. "A passport for John Pounet, your Majesty's chaplain."
3. John Jeffrey. Presentation. At suit of Mr. Harbert. G. 4 Aug.
4. "A letter to the bishop of Exeter to grant a lease for 30 years of the manor of Borough Assheburton to Sir John Poulett Subscribed by the Master of the Horse."
5. John Rowlande, of the Robes. Licence of deputation. At his own suit. G. 16 Aug.
6. "A passport for Mr. Tom worth with his three servants, 5 horses, and 20l. in money." Pref. by Sir Ant. Dennye.
7. "A warrant to Sir Thomas Cawarden for 13 ballettes and a half of canvas for the new making of a 3rd part of the toyle." Preferred by Sir Francis Bryan.
8. "A warrant to the treasurer of the Augmentations for 50l. to be employed abouts other stuff and workmanship for the same toyle." Pref. by Sir Fras. Bryan.
9. "A discharge to the Exchequer for 2,000l. delivered to your Majesty's own hands since the end of the last term." (fn. 3)
10. 11. Your Majesty's promises to the Fockers for repayments in Feb. next and "in August shall be next a twelvemonth." (fn. 4) G. 27 July.
12. Wm. Kildale. Presentation. (fn. 4) G. 7 Aug.
13. "A perfect platt for the haven and fortress at Blacknesse in Bullonoys."
14. "The commission to my lord Grey, etc., concerning the limiting of the English ground in Bullonoys." (fn. 4)
15. "Instructions for the same." (fn. 4)
16. "A warrant to the treasurer of Boloyn for the payment of my lord Deputy's diets and other sums of money from time to time upon bills subscribed by the Council there." (fn. 4)
17. "A passport for John Baptista de Bardye, Italian." (fn. 4)
18. "A passport for le Sr Dosye that returneth to his master the French king." (fn. 4)
19. "A discharge for Mr. Cycell, yeoman of the Robes, for stuff and apparel, as well delivered to your Majesty as given away to divers gentlemen by your Highness commandment."
20. Edm. Payton and Mr. Fowlar. Office. At commendation of Deputy and Council of Calais, preferred by Mr. Henneage. G. 9 Aug.
21. John Locke. Lease. At suit of Sir Thomas Darcye, and subscribed by Mr. Southwell. G. 6 Nov.
22. Sir Thomas Darcye. Purchase and exchange (a "bill containing two pagynes"). Subscr. by Chanc. of Augm. G. 20 Aug.
23. Indenture for the same, containing "two pagynes." Subscr. by Chanc. of Augm.
24. Sir Phillip Hobbie. Purchase and exchange. Subscr. by Chanc. of Augm. G. 28 Aug.
25. Indenture for the same. Subscr. by the said Mr. Chancellor.
26. The stewardship of the lordships of Braunceton and Blankeney and the bailiwick of Blankeney, Linc., with 3l. a year, for Thomas Horseman, one of the gentlemen sewers. Subscr. by Mr. Southwell.
27. John Donne. Presentation. Pref. by Mr. Darcye. G. 21 Oct.
28. "A passport for Arcan Arcany and Fitzwilliams, my lord Privy Seal's page. Subscribed by my said lord."
29. "A letter commendatory for the same. Preferred by my said lord."
30. A letter to the Queen of Scots. (fn. 4)
31. A "salveconduyte" for the Scottish ambassadors. (fn. 4) G. 10 Aug.?
32. "A warrant to the treasurer of the Tenths to pay Mrs. Addington, skinner, 781l. 14s. 2d. for stuff and workmanship delivered to your Majesty's use before Michaelmas last. Examined by Mr. Hales." (fn. 3)
33. A passport for Thomas Chamberlain, esquire, governor of Merchants Adventurers in Flanders." (fn. 5)
34. A warrant to the treasurer of Augmentations to deliver a reward of 40l. to James Leache for his charges in recovering "plate and jewels which did belong to St. David's shrine in Wales." At his own suit.
35. "A commission for Mr. Secretary Peter and Doctor Maie to determine a certain matter of debt between your Majesty and the French king." (fn. 5)
36. Instructions for the same. (fn. 5)
37. Warrant for their diets, at 4 mks. for Peter and 40s. for Maie. (fn. 5)
38. Dr. Wotton Non-residence. (fn. 5) G. 9 Sept.
39. Licence to the Chancellor of Augmentations "to make certain leases within the manor to be bought by Sir Rice Maunxell." (fn. 5)
40. Secretary Peter. Licence. (fn. 5) G. 9 Sept.
41. Sir Francis Barnardo. Licence. Pref. by Mr. Dennye. G. 17 Oct.
42. "A patent for the same Sir Francis' arms." (fn. 4)
43. "A passport for the Admiral of France and his train."
44. "Sebastian Henyon to have an yearly pension of 6l. 13s. 4d. from Christmas last, during his life, which pension Allesio Crimillan, broiderer, doth surrender." (fn. 4)
45. A pardon of payment of first fruits of Sandegate parsonage, for Wm. Kildale, clk., lately presented thereto. (fn. 4)
46. "A passport for Mons.——(blank), brother to the French king's ambassador resident here." (fn. 4)
47. Lord Greye. etc. Commission. (fn. 4) G. 1 Sept.
48. Lord Stourton, &c. Commission. (fn. 4) G. 1 Sept.
49. "A letter to the earl of Tyron in Ireland." (fn. 4)
50. "A letter to the dean and chapter of St. Stephen's in Westminster to permit Mr. Donne, dean of your Majesty's chapel, to be absent one month every quarter of a year, and nevertheless take the whole commodity of his prebend there." (fn. 4)
51. Peter Vandenwall and his son. Licence. G. 6 Sept.
52. "A discharge for the customs of plate, jewels and stuff which your Majesty bought of the said Peter."
53. "A passport for the same Peter with two of your Majesty's great rock sapphires, 600l. in money and three horses or geldings."
54. "Your Majesty's promise to the same Peter and his companions for 12,057l. 19s. 4½d. to be paid at four payments, that is to say in November next in March next, at Easter next, and at the twelve months' end." (fn. 6)
55. "Your Majesty's like promise to John Lange, merchant jeweller of Parise, for 7,000l to be paid in November and January next." (fn. 6)
56. "A discharge for the customs of certain jewels and plate which your Majesty bought of the said John Lange, in recompense whereof he did give your Highness a ring with a fair sapphire."
57. "A like discharge for the customs of certain jewels, plate and other stuff which your Majesty bought of Allarde Plommer, merchant jeweller of Paries."
58. "A passport for James Mercadye, joiner." (fn. 6)
59. A discharge to Sir John Williams for 2,000l. delivered to your own hands on the 21st inst. (fn. 6)
60. Like discharge to Mr. Wymonde Carewe for 3,000l. delivered on the 20th. (fn. 6)
61. Like discharge to Sir Edmund Peckham for 4,000 delivered on the 20th. (fn. 6)
62. Viscount Lisle. Office. (fn. 6) G. 2 Sept.
63. "A passport for Christopher Carcano, milliner, with 4 horses or geldings and 30l. in money. At the suit of Mr. Harman."
64. "A discharge for the custom of 7,516 hackbuts which your Majesty bought of the same Christopher. Preferred by Mr. Harman."
Parchment roll of 2 membranes signed at the end: W. Clerc.
1537. Grants in August
1. Sir John Gresham, the King's servant. Commission to receive 421 bales of fustians, at 19l. st. the bale, which Stephen Vaughan has bought for the King from Mr. Anthony Fugger and his nephews, of Andwarpe, to be delivered in London within two months; and, having received the same, to deliver them to Augustine Hynde, alderman, John Machell and Ric. Folkes at the said price of 19l. Thomas Hawse and Wm. Hickeson, "officers of their Company," whose duty is to seal "all white holmes ffostyans Bevernex and osbornes or they may be dyed." are to be charged to seal no other fustians save such as Hynde and the others appoint, nor put any other "to dyeinge nor kalendringe" until these are sold. In case Hynde, Machell and Folkes find faults in the goodness of the fustians they are to be allowed reasonable recompense. Del. Westm., 1 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned by Wriothesley, St. John and Gardiner.) Pat. p. 7, m. 33.
In English.
2. City of London. Promise to Sir Martin Bowes, mayor, and the commonalty, in verbo regio. to save them harmless as regards sums of money lent to the Crown for which they have given obligations, dated 27 July, under their common seal as security, viz., 191,700 ducats to be paid to Ant. Focker and Nephews, 15 Feb., 1546, at Antwerp. 60,000 ducats payable to the same on 15 Aug., 1547, and 76,421 cr. 2 stivers payable to Erasmus Schetz and Sons at Antwerp, 15 Feb. next. Del. Westm., 1 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 7, m. 34.
3. James Marcady, joiner, the King's servant. Annuity of 12l. 3s. 4d., and 24s. yearly for his livery. payable from Michaelmas last. Westm., 2 Aug. 38 Hen VIII. Del. Westm., 4 Aug — P.S. Pat. p. 5. m. 36.
4. William Jeffrey, King's chaplain, LL.D., clk. Presentation to the parish church of Clehydon, Devon, Exeter dioc., void by death. Westm., 4 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 5. m. 42.
5. Sir Anthony Kingston. Warrant for livery of lands to him as s. and h. of Sir William Kingston, who was entitled to the remainder of closes of land in Tottenham, Midd., called Great Hunger and Otfyeldes, worth 11l. 6s. 8d. yearly, wherewith Edmund Jernegan, gentleman, died seised, as appears by an office taken upon his death, 9 Feb. 37 Hen. VIII 3 July 38 Hen VIII. Del. 5 Aug.—S.B. (signed by St. John, Goodrick and Beamount.)
6. William Kildale, clk. Presentation to the rectory of Sandgate. in the Marches of Calais, void by resignation. Addressed to the Abp. of Canterbury. Westm., 4 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm, 7 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 42. Rymer, XV. 100.
7. Henry marquis of Dorset and Lady Frances his wife, daughter of the King's sister Mary, the late French Queen, dec. Grant, in tail, for his services, of the late college of Asteley, Warw., the rectories of Asteley and Hylmorton, Warw., and Longestaunton, Camb., and all possessions of the said college in Asteley, Hylmorton, Bentley, Chestoke. Fyllyngley, Wolwiastley, Wythebroke, Hapforde. Mylverton, Willough by and Dunchurche. Warw., and in Longstaunton, Camb., in Parva Asshebye. Leic., and elsewhere, as fully as Robt. Broke, clk., last dean of the said college, held them.
Also grant, for 377l. 11s. 8d., to the said Marquis and Thos Duport. in fee to the said Marquis, of the lordship and manor of Atherston, Warw., a free rent of 20s. 4d. and service from a messuage in Radcliff, Warw., now of Ric. Orton, 9 ac. of land in Ennege in Atherston parish, Warw., in tenure of Ric. Harrys, Thos. Wodde, Robt Grene, Simon Preston, Wm. Repyngton, John Aswell, Wm Foxe, John Nottyngham and John Draynton, 15 ac. of land in Alsuche in Atherston parish in tenure of Ric. Stutton. Robt. Grene, Thos. Cooke, Thos. Hews. John Wright, John Abell, Robt. Moche. Thos Merler, Wm. Repyngton, Ralph Butterton, John Nottyngham, and Robt. Pynchynbecke. a parcel of meadow called le Hall Syche in Allsuche in tenure of Robt. Moche. 18 ac. of land in Wyndemylneffelde in Atherston parish in the several tenures of 18 men (not named). 13 ac. in the same field in tenure of Robt. Moche. Ric. Todde, Thos. Chetwyn. Robt. Pynchebecke. and Hugh Mydleton, pieces of land in Atherston in tenure of Thos. Chetwyn, Robt. Grene and Thos. Walkar, 5 ac. of land in Atherston in tenure of Robt Grene. 2 ac. in Ryebuttes in Atherston parish in tenure of John Ramton and John Glover, meadows, &c., in Atherston in tenure of Robt. Grene the common bakehouse in Atherston in tenure of Agnes Hylle, a horsemill and a watermill, etc., in tenure of John Ramton, lands called le Claye Pyttes in Atherston in tenure of John Ashewell and Ralph Butterton, and rents in Atherston called le Fryth money, and all appurtenances of the said manor of Atherston,—Mountegrace mon., Yorks. The house, &c., of the late Black Friars in Leicester and the house called Robert Ortons house within the precinct of the same, gardens, closes, a willow grove beside le Sour and a churchyard, in tenure of Thos. Catelyn, also land called le Cloyster Yarde, and all other appurtenances of the site of the said Black Friars. Westm., 7 Aug.—Pat. 38 Hen. VIII. p. 13, m. 32 (only a mutilated fragment of the S.B. remains).
8. Elizabeth Monmouthe, spinster, late of Hayes, Kent. Pardon for felony, she having 3 Dec. 33 Hen. VIII. at midnight, broken into the house of Augustine Haywarde, at Hayes, and stolen two shirts (value 2s.), a black kirtle of saye (5s.) and a black frock of russelles (5s.), Del. Westm., 9 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 5, m. 34.
9. Thomas Fowler and Edmund Payton, the King's servant. Office of waterbailiff of the town and port of Calais, and collector of anchorage, lastage, hedesylver and other customs there and in the neighbouring port called le Newhaven; in survivorship. On surrender of pat. 29 July 31 Hen. VIII. to Ralph Broke, spear of Calais, now dec., and the said Thomas Fowler. Westm., 8 Aug. 38 Hen VIII. Del. Hampton Court. 9 Aug—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 37.
10. Ralph Stepneth and Joan his wife. Grant, in fee to the said Ralph, for 980l. 14d., of the lordship and manor of Aldenhame, Herts., the rectory of Aldenhame and the advowson of the vicarage.—abbey of St. Peter, Westminster. Also lands in Newington parish, Surr., in tenure of Wm. Harrys —Barmondsey mon.; a meadow called Holmede in Midherst parish, Suss., in tenure of John Monsell,—Tortington priory; woods called Berye Grove and Cheney (66ac.) and lez Hedgerowes in Aldenham (11 ac.),—St. Peter's mon. Del. Westm., 10 Aug. 38 Hen VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, Gardiner, Sadler, Ryche. North, Bacon and Chydiey.) Pat. p. 1, m 1.
11. Thomas Godwyn of London. Grant, for 1,285l. 17s. 8d., of the manor of Cornewodde. Devon, and the farm called Huntebere in Wodebery parish, Devon, in tenure of Ric. Hoppyng alias Hoptkyn,—Henry Marquis of Exeter, attainted. The manor of Webbenton in Lodeswell parish. Devon, free rent of 14s. 7½d. out of lands of Thos. Woodmaston, John Lushon and —— Burley in Webbenton, a close called Mynyfyld alias Mandevylde Park (3 ac.) in Webbenton in tenure of John Casewell, a messuage called Reveton. etc., there, in tenure of Wm. Lovecrofte, the manor of Lodeswell in Webbenton in tenure of John Casewell, and other lands (specified) in tenure of John Sture, John Clarke, Henry Blakeholer. John Scopes, John Clerke and Henry his son, and John Scoos, in Webbenton and in Combe, Blakedoune and Staunton More, Devon,—Studeley priory, Warw. The manor of Cornewood Towne, Devon,—Tavestoke mon.; the manor of Grendon and Salterton in Woodburye parish, Devon,—Torr mon.; the site, etc., of the cell or house of St. Anthony, Cornw., with its demesne lands (named) in the parish of St. Anthony and St. Gerend in tenure of Hen. Thomas,—Plympton priory; the manor of Uggaton in the parishes of Pahenbury and Brodehenbury, Devon, the chief messuage and lands in Pahenbury parish in tenure of Wm. Skynner alias Bowcher, of Joan Salter, widow, and John at Fen, of Thos. Marke and John Porter,—Dunkeswell mon.; a cottage in Stone, Staff., in tenure of Wm. Fox, and a burgage and other lands there in tenure of John Kempe,—Stone priory; and a farm called Iselond in the parish of Withcombe Raylegh. Devon, and lands there in tenure of Thos. Haydon,—Henry Marquis of Exeter. Del. Westm., 10 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII —S.B. (signed by Russell, Gardiner. North, Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell and others whose signatures are lost.) Pat. p 1, m. 2.
12. John Frye, of Grayes Inne, Midd. Grant, in fee for 456l. 7s. 1d., of the manor of Maynbowe. Devon,—Buckfast mon.; the manor of Seaton, Devon, the rectory of Seaton alias Beare, and the advowson of the vicarage,—Shirborne mon., Dors. Del. Westm., 10 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Gardiner, Paget. Ryche, North Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Chydley.) Pat. p. 13, m. 4.
13. William Young and John Willys, merchants of Bristowe. Licence to import 400 tuns of Gascon wine, to be landed at Bristowe before the Nativity of St. John Baptist next. Westm., 4 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 Aug.—P.S. French Roll, m. 3.
In English.
14. Thomas, comendator of Driburgh, Sir Adam Otterborn of Reidhall, and Alex. Hwme. Licence (granted upon letters from the King's "dearest sister and niece" the Queen of Scotland) within the next six months to repair out of Scotland into England to the King's presence with sixteen servants, sixteen horses, &c.; and also licence for one of them to pass through this realm into France and return. Westm., 10 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. No note of delivery.—S.B. (endd.: A safeconducte for the Scottishe ambassadours.)
In English.
15. Thomas Dormer. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Sir Michael Dormer, dec. Del. Westm., 12 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by St. John. Hynde. Sewster and Beamount.) Pat. p. 7, m. 38.
16. Richard Savage, of Pydelhynton, Dors., yeoman, and George Strangwayes, of Tarrant Monachorum, Dors., gent. Grant, in fee. for 640l. 17s., of the rectory of Tarraunte Monachorum, the advowson of the vicarage of the parish church and of the chapel thereto annexed, and the site and chief mansion of the said rectory, with titles there, in tenure of Sir George Strangwayes, which belonged to the late priory or cell of Crambourne, Dors.,—Tewkesbury mon. The manor of Bloxworth, Dors., the advowson of the rectory of Bloxworth, the chief messuage in Bloxworth and fishery at Hongerhill there, and all lands in tenure of John Holmes and Alice his wife, and John Holmes their son, and all appurtenances of Bloxworth manor, except the tenement called Marshe tenemente, in tenure of John Wolfreys in Bloxworth,—Cerne Mon. Eight messuages, etc., in tenure of Thos. Rawlyn, John Harte, Thos. Newis. Wm. Taylour, John Bristowe, Thos. Whaddon, John Aishwater and Ric. Robyns in Lymyngton, Soms., and all possessions of Bradenstoke mon. there.—Bradenstoke. Del. Hampton Courte, 14 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, St. John, Petre, Sadler, Ryche, Duke and Chydley.) Pat. p. 13, m. 5.
17. Robert Thornhill, of Wakeryngham, Notts, and Hugh Thornhill, his brother. Grant, in fee, for 1,399l. 18s., of the manor, lordship or grange of Sherockes, within the hamlet of Sherockes in Workesoppe parish. Notts. with appurtenances in Sherockes. Gytforde and Derfold, Notts,—Workesopp priory; lands specified) in Ewes, Yorks., in tenure of Nic. Saunderson, John Bower (within a close, late of John Harryson), and Robt. Saunderson and all possessions of Roche mon. there.—Roche; a house and lands in Normanton in St. Peter's parish within the town of Derby, in tenure of Robert Eyer, and a garden in St. Werburg's parish there, in tenure of William Campion,—Derley mon.; a piece of land in the town of Workesoppe. on the north side of Storborowe Hedde, in tenure of Sir John Townley,—Worsoppe mon.; a parcel of land in Fryregatestrete, Derby, in tenure of Roger More,—priorat' de Pratis Domini Regis; a messuage in Hayton, Notts. in tenure of Thos. Peke — Workesoppe mon.; lands in Chillwell in Adenburgh parish, Notts, in tenure of Thos. Grene, a fishery there in the river Trent. in tenure of Wm. Bolles,—Derley mon., Derb. Also a messuage and croft in Moregate in Clareburge parish, Notts, in tenure of John Bassate, a close called Priorgreve and 4 ac. of land in Mownteneyfeld in Atterclyff parish, Yorks., lately in tenure of Wm. Brampton and now of John Dale, lands in tenure of Thos. Twelle in Atterclyff, and a piece of land called "a Flatte," in tenure of Oliver Michell in South weteley,—Workesoppe; lands in Hallamshyre, in Atterclyff parish, in tenure of Thos. Jayer, and an acre of land in Beregecroft in Staynton in Bradefeld parish, Yorks., in tenure of Robt. Bromley,—Beauchif mon., Derb.; two tofts and lands in Pyllesley, Notts, in tenure of Ric. Grymson,—Thorgarton mon.; a messuage and a close called Chanonyng in Sheffeld, Yorks., in tenure of Marg. Wright and Thos. and Cecily Wright. a cottage in Shefeld, in tenure of Thos. Hogeson, chaplain of Shefeld, and Dorothy Boras his sister—Workesoppe mon. Also cottages etc. (specified) within the borough, called Michelles Borrough. Soms., in tenure of Andrew Pery, Walt. Squyer, John Barker, Thos. Barker, Thos. Clere, John Skorffe, John Michell, John Kerell, John Templer, John Payne, and ——(blank); and within the town or borough of Lamporte alias Langporte, Soms., in tenure of Thos. Pytney, John May, Wm. Chilcote, John Templer, John Glyster, Ric. Spencer, John Squyer, Alex. Philipp and John Bourne,—Athclney mon. Also a windmill in Grenley super Montem, Notts., in tenure of John Kychyn and his son, and a cottage there in tenure of Ellen Fryer,—Workesoppe mon. Also rents and service in Hayton. Staff., from lands of John Savage (2s. 6d.) and Thos. Piot (3s.) and messuages, &c. there (specified) in tenure of Jas. Russheton, Laur. Close. Ric. Hyggynbothon, Wm. Hulme, Rog. Mutchell, Wm. Mellers, John Haughmound, Hugh Stoderd, Robt. Wordull, Ralph Hassall, Wm. Tofte, Ellen Tofte, John Nicson, Ric. Farnyhalghs, Hen. Brereton, gent. (messuage, etc., called Fitzboriez), the relict of John Gibson, the relict of Jas. Nicson, Thos. Mellers. Peter Close, John Hyggynbothon and Wm. Downes, a water-mill there called Berdehulme Mylle in tenure of Ric. Hyggynbothon, and an annual rent of 42 capons (worth 3d each) from 21 of the tenants in Heyton,—Delacres mon.; the grange of Chedulton. Staff., and lands belonging to it beyond the water of Charnett, Staff., in tenure of Ric. Newton and Joan his wife, lands in Chedulton in tenure of Jas. Ulstonham, the profits of the heriots in Chedulton, a messuage in Hordlowe, Staff., in tenure of Wm. Fowall, and a messuage and lands in Horton, Staff., in tenure of Ric. Egge and Ralph Egge his son, and all possessions of Delacres mon. in Chedulton, Hordlowe and Horton,—Delacres. A messuage and 3 ac. of land in Purley, Essex, called Lagardes, and a tenement and 1 ac. at Hache in Purley, and a lane and 3 ac. at Colyslane in Purley in tenure of John Wood, forfeited by the attainder of Robt. Adwiche for felony. Also rent of 10s. 2d. and service from lands in Kekylwith. co. Montgomery, and lands there within the lordship of Treytryff called Teryontus Bella in tenure of John ap Hugh ap Watkyn,—Churburye priory, Salop; the manor or lordship of Harwood, Heref.,—Dynmore preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; a chapel there with its tithes, and all appurtenances of the said manor of Herwood and chapel, in tenure of John Abrall,—St. John's of Jerusalem; two tenements called Newmorehowse, in co. Nthld., in tenure of Thos Auder and John Jackson.—Brenkeborne mon.; messuages and lands in Upton, Linc., in tenure of Thos. Jackeson and Wm. Watkynson and Isabella his wife,—Hevenyuges priory; a rent of 8d. and service of Wm. Clerk for the chapel called Spittell in Sheffeld, Yorks., and a house and close in Sheffeld in tenure of Thos. Holland, and a cottage there in tenure of Thos. Hobson.—Workesorpp (sic) priory; pasture called Kentchurche Parke (110 ac. and four launds (10 ac.) and a little piece of pasture (3 ac.) within the same pasture and various buildings almost prostrated, also therein (lying between the back of Garwey Hill and the mansion called Kentchurche. late of Jas. Scudmore on the west, the manor of Cowrose on the south. Garwey hill on the east, and lands called Lanhethock and the lordship of Kylpeke on the north, and towards the lordship of Ewes Harrolde on the west), in tenure of John Scudmore in Lanhethocke in Kentchurche parish. Heref.,—Dynmore preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; the farm of Niton with its demesnes and two fields of lez worthe in Alyngbourne parish, Suss., in tenure of John Burnand,—Boxgrave priory; a tott. etc., in Dromondby, Yorks., in tenure of Leonard Warcoppe, esq.,—mon. of Gisburne alias Gisburgh; the grange and farm of Hayeton, in tenure of Ric. Peke, in Hayton, Notts,—Workesoppe priory; the farm called Deanehaull, Notts, in tenure of Thos. Lee,—Newland preceptory, Yorks., and St. John's of Jerusalem.
Also grant to the said Robert Thornhill, in fee, of the rents, amounting in all to 7s. 5½d., reserved upon the grant by pat. 29 June. 38 Hen. VIII., to the said Robert and Leonard Warcopp alias Carlehill (who has resigned his title to the said Robert) of lands in Alferton, Derb., and in Mysterton and West Stokewithe, Notts.
Also grant to the said Robert and Hugh Thornhill, in fee, of the rents of 20s. 8d. and 2s. reserved upon a grant to Wm. Dalyson, by pat. 23 Nov., 35 Hen. VIII., of the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Hymyngham, Linc., and common called Comen in grosse in Hymyngham, which belonged to Nonne Apulton priory, and the portion of tithes there which belonged to Whitbye mon. Note of delivery lost.—S.B. (very mutilated and illegible, signed by Russell, Petre, Ryche. North and others, whose signatures are lost). Pat. 38 Hen. VIII., p. 3, m. 52 (dated Westm., 16 Aug.)
18. John Vaughan. Lease of all fines, heriots, customs, casualties, commodities, and other protits arising from lands which came to the Crown by the attainder of Res ap Griffith within the commote of Iskennon, co. Carm.; with reservations; for 21 years; at 6s. 8d. rent. Del. Hampton Court, 16 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Southwell and Moyle). Pat. p. 13, m. 4.
19. John Rowland. Licence to act by deputy in the office of controller of customs and subsidies in the port of Chichester, which was granted to him by pat., 23 June 38 Hen. VIII., upon the death of Henry Smyth. Westm., 5 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. Del Hampton Court, 16 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 38.
20. Edward Napper, of Halywell beside Oxford. Grant, in fee, for 150l. 11s. 8d., of the manor of Swyre, Dors.,—Margaret countess of Salisbury, attainted; the windmill in Tytlescombe, Suss., and parcel of ground measuring 60 feet for the building of the windmill, in tenure of Thos. Martyn of Hurstemownesewes. Suss., miller, lying beside Prestwey in Tytlescombe parish,—Hyde mon., Hants. Del. Hampton Courte, 18 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, Petre, Ryche. North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 2. m. 8.
21. Richard Wilbraham. Grant, in fee, for 227l. 18s. 4d., of houses, gardens, salthouses, etc. (specified), in various streets and places in Wico Malbanco alias Nantwiche, Chesh., in tenure of Rog. Woodhall, Robt. Fletcher, Edm. Wright, Thos. Masterson, Ric. Dikyngton, Hugh Sturope (former tenant), Gilb. Walthowe, John Alexander, Laur. Roope, Agnes Jhonson, Edw. Shetillworth, Ric. Yarswicke, Ric. Potle, Isabel Castell, Thomas Pertriche, Rog. Wryght, John Rutter (late tenant), Rog. Herwer, Thos. Shaynton, Geo. Croke, Hen. Hassalle (late tenant), Ralph Crewe (late tenant), the relict of Laur. Rope Geo. Masterson, Hen. Sparke, John Goodyere. John Blithe (late tenant). Thos. Harware, Isabel Walker. Marg. Leche, Marg. Sadler. Rog. Broke, John Sheryngton, Ric. Robinson, Nic Harware, John Wryght, Wm. More, Ralph Stokton, Wm. Jakson. Ric. Arowsmyth, John Smyth, Wm. Harware, Oliver Manwaryng.—Combermere mon. Also free rent of 9d. and service from a tenement called le Swane in Nantwiche belonging to John Wydinbrye. free rents and service from lands in Pole in Acton parish. Chesh., of Hugh Multon (3s. 4d.), Ralph Manwaringe (3s. 4d.), Hugh Multon (23d.), John Multon (13d.) and Hugh Filcoke (5½d.)—Combermere. Del. Hampton Court, 19 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, Petre. Sadler Ryche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Chydley). Pat. p. 1, m. 7.
22. William Villers and Coleta his wife, and Nicholas Beamonte. Grant to the said William and Coleta, during the life of the latter, with remainder to the said Nicholas, in fee, for 503l. 5s., of the lordship and manor, the rectory, and the advowson of the vicarage of Petlinge Magna. Leic.—Shene priory, Surr. Del. Hampton Court, 20 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, Baker, Paget, North. Sir Ric. Southwell, Bacon and Chydley). Pat. p. 8, m. 54.
23. Sir Thomas Darcye. Grant, in fee, (for the rectories of Colrudge, Devon, and Lanant Cornw., a pension of 26s. 8d. payable by the rector of Esse Reigney, Devon, the rectory of Sydycamps, Camb., the advowson of the vicarages of Lanant and Sydycamps. tithes, etc. in Crediton alias Kyrton and elsewhere in co. Devon which lately belonged to the prebends of Wollesgrove alias Wulsegrove, Stowforde Henstyll, Pole, Crosse, Wodland alias Woodland, Kersewell Westsampford. Pruscomb. Aller, Credy and Rudge, and all other tithes and emoluments of the said Sir Thomas in Credyton, and for 1,071l. 2s. ½d.) of the chief messuage and site of the manor of Elmeswell, Suff., the manor and manors of Elmeswell and Wolpytt. Suff., the pastures called Oxepasture (30 ac.) and Cowepasture (24 ac.), and meadow (10 ac.) in Elmeswell and Wolpitte, in tenure of the said Sir Thomas, and the warren of coneys in Elmeswell, all fairs and markets in Elmeswell and Wolpitte, the adowsons of the rectories of Elmeswell and Wolpitt, the woods called Estwoode. Whaytwoode and Wolpitt Wood (257 ac.); numerous lands (names and extents given, some of them in tenure of Edm. Golde and Wm. Percyvall) in Parva Hornyger alias Hornyngesherth and Magna Hornyger alias Hornyngesherth, and Westley Suff., which were leased for 21 years to Sir Thos. Darcye by indenture with the Court of Augmentations dated 28 May, 33 Hen. VIII.; also woods called Cowtes Wood and Clopton Wood (14 ac.) in Parva Hornyger, and the advowson of the church of Parva Hornyngesherth,—Bury St. Edmund's mon. The site and chief messuage of the manor of Stowmerkett, and all lands in Stowmerkett parish in tenure of John Tyrrell, the manor of Stowmerkett, the rectories of Stowmerkett. Newton Dagwourth and Gyppyng. Suff., with their tithes and profits leased with the site and demesnes of Stowmerkett manor to the said Tyrrell for years yet to come, by the abbey of St. Osithe, at rent of 23l.; and the advowsons of the vicarages of Stowmerkett and Newton,—St. Osithe's mon., Essex. The site and chief messuage of the manor of Magna Hornyngesherth in tenure of John Pryck, the manor of Magna Hornyngesherth, two closes there called Harham and Whytesall (44 ac.) and 3 ac. of land between Bryckehill Gate and le Brode Okes there in tenure of John Smyth, woods called Thurshoke Woode (15 ac.), Nuttnall Woode (18 ac.), Whitesall Wodde (23 ac.), Sessage Grove (2½ ac.), and Hall (½ ac.) in Magna Hornyngesherth, Halstede and Whepsted Fen, Suff., and the advowson of the rectory of Magna Hornyngesherth alias Magna Hornyngchery, Suff., and a wood called Hardwyke Wodde (50 ac.) in Bury St. Edmunds. Newton, Stansfeld and Magna Hornyngesherth,—Bury St. Edmunds. The manor of Radforde, Warw. a messuage, etc., in Radford Semeley, Warw., formerly in tenure of Ric. Radknyght and afterwards leased to Edw. Everton, and 8 ac. of land in a place called Watersgrownde in Radforde, in tenure of the said Everton, a messuage in Radford Semeley, lately in tenure of John Wyrall, opposite the manor there, and lands with it in tenure of John Jecocke the demesne lands in Radford and Radford Semeley in tenure of Thos. Whitehedde, John Norton and John Whitehedde, the site and chief messuage of the manor of Radford and the messuage called Waterbondes, and lands in tenure of Laur. Grey in Radford and Radford Semeley, and the rectory and the advowson of the vicarage of Radford,—Kenelworth mon. The manor of Ged-grave, Suff.,—Butteley mon. The manor of Raveners More in Hychenden and Parva Myssenden, Bucks,—Myssenden mon. Lands in Blackedon within the parish of Pytmyster, Soms.,—Taunton priory. A great field now leased in divers closes called London Felde in tenure of Roger Barker and Joan his wife in the parish of Hackeney, Midd,—Hosp. of St. Mary without Bisshopesgate. The manor of Magna Paryngdon, Essex,—Bylegh mon. A messuage, &c., called Bulbeckis in Copforde and Aldeham, Essex, a meadow (1 ac.) in tenure of Robt. George in Fordham alias Magna Fordham. Essex, a meadow called Braswyke in tenure of John Laurence in Lexdon, Essex, woods called Bullocke Wodde and Solme Wodde (200 ac.) within the liberties of Colchester, which formerly belonged to St John's mon. beside Colchester and afterwards to Thomas Crumwell earl of Essex, attainted,—St. John's mon., Colchester. Lands (named) in tenure of John Carter in Westwycombe and Magna Marlowe. Bucks, half an acre in the great meadow of Marlowe in Marlowe aforesaid in tenure of the said John Carter, and two closes in Westwycombe and Magna Marlowe in tenure of Ric. Bolde,—Thomas Beckettes hospital in Southwark, Surr. With all appurtenances of the premises in Elmeswell. Wytherden, Ratylden, Norton, Tostoke Asshefelde, Magna Hornyger, Parva Hornyger. Magna Hornyngesherth. Parva Hornyngesherth, Westley, Stansfeld, Nawton, Halsted, Whepsted Orford, Gedgrave, Stowmerkett, Newton Dagworth, Gyppyng, Radford, Radford Semeley. Ravenersmore, Hychenden Parva Myssenden, Blackedon, Pytmyster. Hackeney. Magna Paryngdon, Copforde, Aldeham, Fordeham, Lexden, Colchester, Westwycombe and Magna Marlowe. Also the fairs called Wolpitt Feyre annually held in Wolpitt and Elmeswell, Suff., with the stallage, picage, toll and customs, court of pie powder, and other rights (specified). Del. Hampton Court, 20 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S B. (slightly mutilated, not countersigned). Pat. p. 13. m. 28.
24. Sir John Gage Grant, in fee, for his services and for 965l. 2s. 1d., of the annual rents reserved upon certain grants, viz.:—
(1) Pat. 26 April 34 Henry VIII., of the late priory of Combewell and lord-ships and manors of Combewell, Loseherst, Hoke and Colrede, Kent, the demesne lands (specified) of Combewell priory, Kent, and the manor of Tye, Suss., and rectories of Benynden. Thornham and Berfelde, Kent, and of Lytle Brykell, Bucks, etc., to the said Sir John in tail male at 8l. 6s. 9d.
(2) Pat. 27 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII., to Sir John Baker and Edward Gage, of the reversion of the said priory, &c., with reservation of the said rent of 8l. 6s. 9d.; in fee, at the same rent, after the death of the said Sir John Gage and heirs male of his body.
(3) Act of the Parliament begun 16 Jan 33 Hen. VIII. and continued to 12 May 35 Henry VIII., second session, between Thomas abp. of Canterbury, Sir John Gage and Thos. Culpeper, s. and h. of Sir Alex. Colepeper, dec, ordaining that the Abp. and his successors should enjoy the manors of Bekesborne, Forde and Colrede, and rectories of Bewesfelde and Parva Bryckhill, etc., that Gage should enjoy the manor of Ramescombe Suss., &c., and that Culpeper should have the house and manor of Combewell, etc., and that Gage should pay an annual rent of 8l. 6s. 9d.
Also grant, in fee, of the lordship and manor of Sholvestrode, Suss., parcel of the honor of Petworth and lately of the lands of John Aske, the following free rents, with service in Sholvestrode and Grynsted alias Estgrynstede. Suss., viz., 2s. 6d. for four crofts, parcel of lands called Worsted of Edm. Aufraye. 10s. 5¾d. for lands called Boteley of Thos. Roydon, 39s. 7d. for a tenement and lands formerly of Ric. Yeales and afterwards of Wm. Mustyam, 6s. 8d. for a tenement and lands called Charles and Peckehyll of Thos. Page. 2s. for a croft called Thomas Land of John Cromper, 8d. for a meadow (2 ac.) in Forest Rowe of John Payne of Pykeston, 15d. for a toft called Grendler of Thos. Plawe, 15d. for a toft, &c., called Tryndelles of John Umfrey, and 2s. 9d. for a meadow called Monkesmeade; copyhold lands of the said manor in Sholvestrode and Grynsted, viz. Colmans in tenure of John Gaynsford, Gyles in tenure of Thos. Bartlett, and a croft in Worstedde in tenure of Edm. Page; lands there called Courtehowse and certain closes (names and extents given) in tenure of Thos. Page; also lands there in tenure of Jas. Cole and a tenement and lands called Standene (100 ac.); also lands called Bestoner alias Bestnour and Wydere (240 ac.) in Pevensey, Suss., in tenure of Ric. Havell and Robert his son, 14 ac. of land in Pevensey parish in tenure of Ric. Havell. lands called Dongeon and Dongeon Flatt alias Dongeon Salt (60 ac.) and Askes Salt Mershe alias Est Salt Marshe (100 ac.) formerly in tenure of Ric. Porter, a close called East-lese (120 ac.) in tenure of Henry Fynche, land called Lockeland (16 ac.) in tenure of — Baker in Pevensey, and all lands in Bestoner, Wydere and Pevensey in tenure of Ric. and Robt. Havell which were parcel of the inheritance of John Aske; all which premises belonged to the said John Aske. Also the advowson of the church of Rype, Suss. (former owner not named). Del. Hampton Court, 23 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (Signed by Russell. Gardiner. Browne St. John Sadler, North. Riche, Sir Ric. Southwell, Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 13, m. 23.
25. William Billyngsley, of Ludston. Salop. Grant, in fee, for 241l. 4s. 2d.. of the lordship and manor of Asteleybridge alias Abbots Asteley, rents and service in Asteleybridge from lands of Francis earl of Shrewsbury (2s.), Thos Ludlow (5s. 6d.), John Smythe (10s. 7d.), Geo. Bekwithe (7s.). Thos. Baylie 8s. 9d.), Ric. Done (3s. and 15d.), Thos. Collynge (19d.), Wm. Langley (10d.), John Fader (9s. 6d.), Ric. Don (4s. 6d.), Rog. Catstre (6s. 5½d.), Wm. Langeley (8s.), and John Baker (2s.). rent of 28s. 8d. and service from lands called Cantren, formerly of Edward duke of Buckingham, in Abbotes Asteley, rents of 6d., 6s., 2½d. and 16s., and service from lands of Ric. Horde there, rent of 4d. and service from lands of the wardens of the chapel there, rent of 10s. and service, from lands of Rog. Haughton there; lands (specified in Abbots Asteley in tenure of Wm. Colynge, Wm. Chese, Walt. Chese, Rose Chese and Ric. Horde; a messuage. etc., in tenure of Hugh Gardener in Staneley. Salop, lands in tenure of Ric. Lakyn and Agnes his wife in Northeley Woode beside le Smythe Poole of Wylley, Salop, tithes in tenure of Ric. Lakyn and Agnes his wife. Walter Chese and the curate of the parish church in Asteley-bridge, the wood called Norley Woode (110 ac. in Asteleybridge,—Shrewsbury mon. Del. Hampton Courte, 23 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, Ryche. Petre, North, Sir Ric. Southwell, Hendle and Duke). Pat. p. 13, m. 34.
26. William Godolghan. Lease, by advice of Southwell and Moyle, of the parsonage of Scarborowe. tithes of corn and hay of Sourby and Marton, and all tithes in Eston. tithes of corn and hay in Hilderthorpe, and all tithes of corn and hay and profits of the chapel of Grendall, and "all tithes, as well more as less," belonging to the parsonage of Boyngton; all which belonged to Bridlington mon. Except the tithe fish of Soureby already granted to John Averey, and the advowson of the vicarage of Scarborowe. From 16 July last for 21 years. This upon forfeiture of a lease. by pat. 4 July 30 Hen. VIII., to John Banaster and James Bourchier, who have failed to pay their rent for 3½ years ended at Lady Day 36 Hen. VIII., and still withhold payment. Hampton Court 16 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. Del. Hampton Court, 23 Aug.—P.S. Pat. p. 13, m. 36.
In English.
27. Richard Kyrke, of London. Grant, in fee, for 252l., of the lordship and manor of Stotfold, Beds.,—Newenham priory. Del. Hampton Court, 25 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, St. John, Sadler, Gardiner, Sir Ric. Southwell, North. Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 13 m. 37.
28. Sir Rice Maunxell. Grant, in fee, for 678l. 18d., of the lordship and manor of Hawode y Porthe. alias Havode Yporth, and the manor of Kenfyge and manor of Tethegistoo, co. Glamorgan, the mill called Mychaelles Mille and the grange of Llanvegellith in Margam parish. co. Glamorgan, in tenure of the said Sir Rice; also three parcels of wood called Crikewodde and four other parcels of wood (30 ac.) in Hawode y Porth, Kenfige, Llangevellith. Trissent and Margam; and the grange of Horgroo in Tethegistoo parish, and all possessions of Margam mon. in the places aforenamed,—Margam abbey. Del. Hampton Court, 28 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (signed by Russell, Petre, St. John, Sadler, Ryche, North, Duke and Chydley). Pat. p. 1, m. 5.
29. Sir Philip Hobbye, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Grant, in fee (for the reversion of the manor of Nawynton alias Nawnton. Worc., and of the advowson of the rectory of Nawynton which the Queen Consort holds for life, sold to the Crown by indenture, 14 July 38 Hen. VIII., and for 201l. 11s. 5d.) of the reversion of the lordship and manor of Morton Abbatis, Worc., which was granted by pat. 24 Feb. 35 Hen. VIII. to the Queen Consort for life; also grant of the said lordship and manor, and the advowson of the rectory of Morton Abbatis. woods called Polewood Coppes, Foxholes Coppis, Drayshotthill Coppis, Persons Copps, Corner Copps, Stonewey Copps, Russhe Copps, Mapleryding Copps, Brodegrene Copps Oldorchard Coppes. Rounde Coppes, Great Combe Coppes, Lyttle Combe Coppes, The Gores Coppes, The Great Tandysule Coppes, Lyttle Tandisale Coppes, Halfpeny Coppes and Snells Gutter Coppes, in all 204 ac., in Morton Abbatis. — Evesham mon. Also the reversion and rent of 10l. reserved upon the manor of Willoughbyes in Edmonton and Totenham Midd., which, by pat. 26 June, 13 Hen. VIII., was granted at the annual rent of 1d. to Sir Wistan Browne and the heirs male of his body, in reversion after Elizabeth countess of Oxford, the said manor having by pat. 6 Dec. 1 Hen. VIII., confirmed by Act of Parliament 3-5 Hen. VIII., been granted to John earl of Oxford and the said Elizabeth his wife, widow of William viscount Beamount and lord of Bardolf, for term of life of the said Elizabeth in satisfaction of her dot. The manor came to the hands of King Henry VII. upon the death of the said Viscount by reason of the forfeiture of Francis Viscount Lovell, who would have been Beaumont's heir but for his attainder by the Act of 11 Hen. VII.; and now the said Countess and Sir Wistan Browne are dead, and John Browne. s. and h. of the said Sir Wistan, in possession of the manor.
Also grant of the said manor of Willoughbyes.
Also lands called Seynt Jones in Chesthunt, Herts., formerly in tenure of Wm. Dawbeney and afterwards of Thos. Lowen, parcel of the lands of the late Countess of Richmond. Also the advowsons of the rectories of Walkerne and Flamsted. Herts. Del. Westm., 28 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Slightly injured, (signed by North. Williams. Bacon and Duke). Pat. p. 13, m. 7.
30. Sir William Herbert, of the Privy Chamber. Lease, by advice of Southwell and Moyle, of the lordship of Miskyn, the forest of Miskyn, the lordship of Glynrothney and the borough of Llantrussan, co Glamorgan.—Jasper duke of Bedford; from Michaelmas next, for 21 years; at 49l. 2s. 10½d. rent. Hampton Court, 30 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII. No note of delivery.—P.S. Pat. 38 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 32. (Undated.)
31. William Clerc, one of the clerks of the Privy Seal. Pardon of all treasons concerning the counterfeiting, impression and writing of the King's sign manual since the 20th September last. Del Hampton Court, 31 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned as examined by Henry Bradschawe and Edward Gryffyn). Pat. p. 1, m. 19.
32. John Gate, esq., a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Pardon of all treasons concerning the counterfeiting, impression and writing of the King's "signe manuel" since the last day of April last. Del. Hampton Court, 31 Aug. 38 Hen VIII.—S.B. (countersigned as examined by Hen. Bradschawe and Edward Gryffyn.) Pat. p. 1, m. 19.
33. Sir Anthony Dennye, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber. Pardon of all treasons concerning the counterfeiting, impression and writing of the King's sign manual since the 20th Sept. last. Del. Hampton Court, 31 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned as examined by Henry Bradschawe and Edward Gryffyn) Pat. p. 2, m. 31. Rymer XV. 100.
34. Sir Anthony Dennye, John Gate and William Clerc. Authority to sign in the King's behalf and name during his pleasure, warrants bills, gifts, grants, leases, pardons, letters missive, commissions and all other writings and minutes from this date until the 10th May 1547. in form following, viz., two of them with a stamp called "a drie stampp" shall at the King's command make an impression without blackening, and afterwards the said Clerc or else the said Anthony or John shall blacken the same, provided that all such warrants and other writings are entered in a book or in certain schedules to be signed by the King's own hand monthly. Del. Hampton Court, 31 Aug. 38 Hen. VIII.—S.B. (countersigned by Wriothesley, St. John, Russell, Hertford. Arundell, Essex, Lisle, Browne, Paget and Sadler, and, as examiners, by Henry Bradschawe and Edward Gryffyn.) Pat. p. 2, m. 31. Rymer, XV. 100.
35. Licences to alienate (fn. 7) :—
Sir Robt. Tyrwhytt, jun., and Elizabeth his wife to John Odlynge, of Marton, Linc. Grange in tenure of Thos. Estwood in Marton, Thornton juxta Hornecastle and Skreleby, Linc., and the advowson of Marton rectory. (2nd). P. 6, m. 2.
Lord Chancellor Wriothesley to Wm. Cosell and Emma his wife, in survivorship, with remainder to John Pyerson and the heirs of his body. Lands in Crowenton, Ntht.,—Dyngeley preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; and lands in Crowenton aforesaid, alias Crowton, and Aynowe. Ntht.,—Sopwell priory, Herts, (5th). P. 7, m. 13.
Sir Richard Riche to Walter Farre and Frideswide his wife. Manor of Westhouse with appurtenances in Magna and Parva Bursted, Essex, and the manor of Buckewynys, Essex, with appurtenances in Buttesbury, Essex. (6th.) P. 7, m. 4, and m. 3 (cancelled quia aliter).
Robt. Thornhill of Wakeringham, Notts, and Hugh Thornhill, his brother, to Wm. Fynney. Messuage and lands in Hayton, Staff., called Fitzboriez in tenure of Hen. Brereton.—Delacres mon. (7th). P. 6, m. 2.
Wm. Page to Hen. Muskett. Manor and advowson of the rectory of Harleston, Suff.,—Buttley mon. (7th). P. 7, m. 6.
Edw. Watson and Hen. Herdson to Ric. Everatt, of Shenton, Leic. Lands in tenure of the said Everatt in Shenton,— Ulvescroft priory. (9th). P. 7, m. 3.
John Yonge. Of London, and Robt. Browne. goldsmith, of London, to Edw. Scarnynge, of Circestre, Glouc. Rectory of Potters Cotton, alias Coton, alias Coyton, Warw., and certain tithes (specified) there,—Erdebury. Warw. (10th). P. 7, m. 4.
Sir Ralph Sadleyr to Ric. Chamber. Lands in Est Rede, Herts.—priory of St. Leonard of Stratford at Bowe Midd. (10th). P. 7, m. 5.
Lord Chancellor Wriothesley to Sir Ric. Lyster. Farm called Paynyshyll with appurtenances in Paynyshyll and Lokerley, Hants. (10th). P. 7, m. 6.
Wm. Cowper to Sir John Williams. Manor or grange of Combigga and lands (specified) in tenure of John Thomas and Ll'n ap Jeme Lloied in Combigga Arustelye within the parish of Traveglas and Llaniedlos, viz., between the rivers Lloyd and Boga, co. Montgomery—Cumhyer mon. co. Radnor. (10th). P. 11, m. 5.
Sir Edward North, chancellor of Augmentations, and Sir John Williams, treasurer of Augmentations, to Joan Wylkynson, widow. Tenement, &c., in the parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate, London, within the site of the late Charterhouse, and now in tenure of John Lelande, and the adjoining tenement in tenure of Wm. Wylkynson, and the water course from the great conduit of the Charterhouse to the said two tenements. (13th) P. 7, m. 4, and 5. (cancelled quia prius)
Sir John Tempest to John Rede. Lands in Cullingworth, Yorks., in tenure of Edw. Fether, Edw. Elenson, Wm. Rodlen and Hen. Wylson,—Ryvalles mon.; the whole town of Wyllesden in Bradforde Dale, Yorks.,—Bylande mon.; and all lands in Wyllesden and Braydford Dale which were lately in tenure of Sir Ric. Tempest. (15th.) P. 6, m. 4.
Sir Thomas Darcy to Ant. Stapleton and Joan his wife. Lands in Fayrsted, Essex, which belonged to the six chantries in Danbury and Maldon, Essex, called Darcyes Chaunteryes. (16th.) P. 7, m. 5.
Robt. Thornehill and Hugh Thornehill to Sir Hen. Sutton. Farm called Deanehaull, Notts., in tenure of Thos. Lee—Newland preceptory, Yorks., and St. John's of Jerusalem. (Hampton Court, 17 Aug.) P. 6, m. 3.
The same to John More and Eliz. his wife. Farm of Nyton in Alyngbourne parish, Suss., in tenure of John Burnand. Same date. Ib.
The same to Thos. Hewet, of London, clothworker. Manor, lordship or grange of Sherockes within the hamlet of Sherockes in Workesoppe parish, Notts., with appurtenances in Sherockes, Gytford and Derfold—Workesop mon. Same date. Ib.
The same (called Robt. T. of Wakeryngham, Notts, and Hugh T. his brother) to Thos. Dewey and Ursula his wife. Manor or lordship of Harwoode, Heref.,—Dynmore preceptory and St. John's of Jerusalem; and the chapel there, leased to John Abrall. Same date. Ib.
Thos. Godwyn of London to Gregory Carye. Manor of Grendon and Salterton in Woodburye parish, Devon,—Torr mon. (Hampton Court. 17 Aug.) P. 6, m. 4.
The same to Wm. Cole and Eliz. his wife. Manor of Cornewodde, Devon.—Henry marquis of Exeter, attainted; and manor of Cornewodde Towne, Devon. ——mon. of Gavestoke (sic) Devon. (17th.) P. 6, m. 4.
The same to Kath. Champernon and Arthur Champernon, her son, in fee to the said Arthur. Manor of Webbenton within Lodeswell parish, Devon, rents and service from lands of Thos. Woodmaston (2s. 1½d.) John Lushon (2s. 6d.) and—Burley (10s.), in Webbenton, lands there (specified by name and otherwise) in tenure of John Casewell, Wm. Lonecrofte, John Casewell and Humph. Arundel (the manor of Lodeswell in Webbenton), John Sture, John Clarke, Hen. Blakeholez. John Scopes. John Clerke and Henry his son. John Scoos, and John Scoos, jun.,—Studley, Warw. (17th). P. 6, m. 4.
Sir Thomas Darcy to Sir Robt. Dormer. Manor or lordship of Raveneis More alias Ravenesmere in Hychende and Parva Myssenden, Bucks.,—Myssenden mon.; and lands in tenure of John Carter and Ric. Bolde in West Wycombe and Magna. Marlowe, Bucks.,—hosp. in Southwark, called Thomas Beckettes hospitall. (22nd.) P. 7, m. 5.
The same to John Lucas. Lands called Bulleckes in Capford and Aldham, Essex; and woods called Bulloke Wood and Solme Wood (200 ac.) within the liberties of Colchester. Essex,—mon. of St. John next Colchester and afterwards Thomas Crumwell earl of Essex. (22nd.) P. 7, m. 13.
The same to Robert Derehawgh. Manor of Gedgrave, Suff., with appurtenances in Gedgrave and Orford, Suff. (22nd). Ib.
The same to Humph. Colles and Eliz. his wife. Lands in Blackedon in Pitnester parish, Soms. —Taunton priory. (30th.) P. 4. m. 51.
Sir Rice Manxell to Sir Humph. Foster. George Owen, Edw. Lewes. Giles Foster, Jas. Thomas, Jas. Turbervile and John Turbervile, to the use of the said Sir Rice. for life, with remainder to the use of Cecilia his wife for her life, with remainder in tail male to Edw. Manxell, one of their sons, and contingent remainder to the right heirs of the said Sir Rice. Lordship and manor of Hawood y Porth alias Havode y Porthe, the manor of Kenfige and the manor of Trethegistoo, the mill called Seynt Mighelles Mylle and grange called Llanvegellith in Margam parish, and the farm of Horgro in Trethegistoo parish, co. Glamorgan. (30th). P. 6, m. 7. (Cancelled with note "vacat quia aliter per Judde.")
1538. Books of the Court of Augmentations. (Continued from Vol. XX., Part 1, No. 1336.)
Enrolment of grants by the Crown in the Augmentations in 37 Hen VIII.
1. Appointments to Offices in 37 Hen. VIII.
[In this abstract fees and all other particulars are omitted and former owners of lands are named in italics.]
Augm. Book,
236, f. 112.
115b.
Ant. Dennye, king's servant. To be chief steward of the lands of Waltham Holy Cross abbey. 27 Oct. 37 Hen. VIII.
John Doyle. To be one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations, vice John Carleton, resigned; his district being Berks, Bucks and Oxon 1 Dec.
116bRic. Whalley. To be one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations, in reversion after Sir Leonard Beckwith; his district being Yorkshire
117Geoffrey Gate. To be general surveyor of woods in South Wales, an office which was granted 2 June 36 Hen. VIII. to Wm. Cowper and David Clayton, which Clayton is now dead and Cowper has resigned. 14 Dec.
121bSir Fras. Leek, King's servant. To be keeper and captain of the castle of Tynmouth, Nthld., lately built upon the site of the late monastery there, and of the fortresses adjoining; also chief steward of the lands of Tynmouth monastery.
127Sir Edw. North. To be chancellor of Augmentations. Upon surrender of pat. 24 April 36 Hen. VIII. granting the office to Sir Ric. Riche and Sir Edw. North. 1 July.
128bJas. Flynte. To be bailiff of the liberty of the lordship and town of Hornesey, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 10 July.
Sir Ric. Southwell. To be steward and keeper of the courts of the lands of the late monasteries of Walsyngham, Wymondham and Shuldham, Norf. 11 May.
129John Bonde. To be bailiff and collector of Webbyngton and Lodeswell manors and Brode Hempston rectory, Devon, and Trent manor, Soms.,—Studeley: also of Alencester hundred, Dors., and all lands in Wynterborne Mynster. Dors., which belonged to Evesham monastery, Worc. 1 April.
129bWm Allerton, of Bradforde, Yorks. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Feryby priory, Yorks, in Yorks., Linc. and Notts. vice Ambrose Beckewyth. 28 May. (Enrolled also at f. 172 b.)
130Robt. Buck. To be bailiff of the liberty and franchise of Waltham, Essex, and of the whole liberty and franchise of Waltham Holy Cross monastery in cos. Essex and Herts. 10 Feb.
Thos. Wellys. To be woodward of all woods within the survey of the Augmentations in the southern part of the county of Kent. 14 June.
130bHumph. Warreyn. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Elsyng Spyttell priory, London. 20 July.
131Simon Walwyn. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Bordesley monastery, Worc. 6 June.
131bMatth. White. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Terlyngham, Newyngton Behouse, Newyngton Fee. and Walton, Kent.—Thos. late earl of Essex: of Lyttelborne lordship and manor and Newyngton manor, Kent,—St. Augustine's. Canterbury. 31 May.
132Ralph Mannynge. To be bailiff of Nauntewyche manor, Chesh., and of all lands in Aston, Newhall, Cowlane, Owstonwood, Copnall and Ayston, Chesh., lately purchased of Sir Ant. Browne. 1 Sept.
Ant. Mawde To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Pontefract monastery in cos. Yorks., Linc., and Lanc. (many places named), except the manors of Barnesley, Dodworth and Sylkeston. 1 Aug.
132bThos. Lambe, of Tremeley, Suff. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Walton and Tremley with Faltenham. and of all lands in Walton, Tremeley, Fylstowe and Faltenham, Suff., obtained by exchange from Thos. duke of Norfolk. 26 Aug.
133Ralph Lambe. To be bailiff and collector of Wytham and Aston manors, Soms., and of all lands in Wytham, Aston, Maydenbradley, Moreland, Wokey, Yerdeley and Nubery,—Wytham priory: also of lands in Gotton, Cadcote, Horewood, Asshe, Thornefawkon. Toller. Brodewoodewyger. Rayneham. Swynefelde and Kertbroke, and of a pension in Tolland and Bekyngton,—Buckland alias Mynchynbukland priory. 12 June.
140Sir Ant. Wyngfeld, King's councillor, and John Eyer. To have the office of keeper of Bury St. Edmunds monastery. 12 Jan.
142Thos. Wentworthe, of Wentworthe, and Wm. his son. To have the office of chief steward of the lands of Pontefract monastery in Yorkshire (many places named), vice Wm. earl of Southampton, dec. 30 Sept.
142bHugh Boyvyle and John Laurence, King's servants. To have the office of keeper and captain of the blockhouse or fortress of Est Tylbury, Essex. 6 June.
143Wm. Sneyde, a sewer of the Chamber. To be steward of the lordships of Horton and Betley, Staff. 12 May.
Sir Wm. Poulett, lord St. John. To be chief steward of the lands of Romsey monastery, Hants. 18 Jan.
143bRic. Clerke, King's footman. To be balliff and collector of the lordship and manor of Hoo, Kent, the hundred of Hoo, the lordships and manors of Wyndell and Combe within that hundred, and the lordship of Little Hoo, Kent. Sir Thos. Wyatt, dec. 12 Nov.
144Sir Ph. Hobby King's servant. To be chief steward of Stanwell and Ankerwyke manors, Midd.—Andrew lord Windsor, dec.; and of Harmondesworth manor, Midd.,—College of St. Mary, Winchester; and bailiff of the hundred and liberty of Blakenhurste, Worc.,—Evesham. 10 May.
152Edw. Lane. To be bailiff and collector of Cerne manor, Dors., and of all lands of Cerne monastery in Armitage [and] Knyghton, Dors. 20 Jan.
152bSimon Dudley, To be bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor of Seamarr Yorks. Earldom of Northumberland. 20 March.
Ric. Toke, King's servant. To be captain of Sandowne Castle, Kent. 20 April.
153bFras. Boldero. To be bailiff and collector of the hundred of Babre. Suff Bury St. Edmunds.
Thos. Crompe. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Oulveston monastery in Oulveston, Stretton and many other places (named) in cos. Leic. Rutl. and Linc. 18 June.
154John Romsden. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Monkebreton monastery, 28 Nov.
Fras. Pettes. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Boresworth and many other places (named) in cos. Ntht., Warw., and Leic., which belonged to Leicester monastery. 18 June.
154bJohn Nutbrowne. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Garradon priory 18 June.
Martin Adams. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Hareston and eight other places (named) and of the rectories of Eyton, Estwell, Thorp Arnolde, Brantingbie and Boston, cos. Leic, and Linc., which belonged to the monastery de Pratis, Leicester. 18 June.
155Ric. Robyns. To be steward of the manors of Shitlyngton, Berton and Cranefelde, Beds, parcel of the honour of Ampthill, vice John Sewster, dec. 1 March.
155bHen. Olyver. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Lokynge and Gynge. Berks, vice John Eyston, dec. Abingdon. 20 Nov.
Wm. Forde. To be bailiff and collector of Torremoham manor, Devon. Torre 10 May.
156Walter Celye, King's servant. To be bailiff and collector of Stapleford Abbots alias Stapleford Tuke manor, Essex, purchased from Sir Brian Tuke. 28 Jan.
John Thompson. To be bailiff and collector of Heyther manor. Leic., parcel of Dalbie and Rotheley preceptory, Leic. St. John's of Jerusalem. 1 Jan.
156bJohn Keme. To be bailiff and collector of Southease, Tytlescombe and Heighton manors, Suss. Hide. 10 Jan.
Leo Rathebye. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Hagnabie monastery, Linc. 6 Feb.
157Ric. Robyns and Robt. Stewkeley, sen. To have the office of bailiff and collector of Craynefelde manor, Beds, parcel of the honour of Ampthill. Ramsey. 12 April.
Stephen Sanke. To be bailiff and collector of Libotwood manor. Salop. Haughmond. 6 Dec.
157bJohn Egerley. To be bailiff and collector of Cuddesdon lordship, Oxon. Abingdon. 12 Feb.
Ric. Pate. To be under-steward and keeper of the courts of the lands of Hailes monastery. Glouc. 1 March.
158Ph. Lentall. To be bailiff and collector of Navestoke manor and rectory, Essex, and of the chief messuage of Portegore within the lordship of Haveryng at Bowre, Essex, and of all the King's lands within the lordships and manors of Haveryng in the parish of Hornechurche and Navestoke, Essex, which belonged to Sir Brian Tuke, dec. 20 Nov.
158bJohn Herbertt. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Ellerton and many other places (named), in co. Yorks., which belonged to Ellerton priory. 14 Dec.

160b
Hen. Knolles, King's servant. To be chief steward, under-steward, keeper of courts, surveyor and general receiver of the lands of Haliwell nunnery, Midd.; in reversion after George Newdigate, who holds the offices by grant of the prioress and convent, dated 9 Aug., 29 Hen. VIII. 20 Oct.
161Robt. Chester, a gentleman usher of the Chamber. To be one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations, vice Wm. Le, resigned; district being cos. Hunts, and Camb. 28 Nov.
162Ralph Chaveney, a sewer of the Chamber, and John, his son. To be bailiff of the lands of Kyrkeby Bellers priory. 28 Nov.
Hen. Hodgekyns. To be general woodward within the survey of the Augmentations in Gloucestershire. 3 Dec.
162bRalph Standysshe. To be under-steward and keeper of the lands of Gisborne monastery. 1 Dec.
163bRalph Arrowsmyth, King's servant. To be a gunner in Hurste Castle, Hants. 20 Jan.
Ric. Norrys, King's servant. To be master gunner of Hurste Castle, Hants. 20 Jan.
164Giles Geste. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Tredyngton, and many other places (named) in co. Glouc., which belonged to Tewkesbury monastery; vice Edw. Vaughan, dec. 18 Nov.
Ric. Anderton. To be bailiff and collector of the manors, granges and rectories of Castleton, Grossenath, Kyrkeham and Petipole, Chesh. Vale Royal. 12 Sept.
164bHen. Mildryche. To be bailiff and collector of the lordships and manors of Uphall alias Asshill, Collerdes, Games and Munnockes in Asshill, Norf., parcel of the King's purchased lands in Norfolk. 10 Feb.
165Hugh Rathebon, a groom of the Chamber. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Stone, and many other places (named) in co. Staff., and of the rectory of Madeley which belonged to Stone priory, Staff. 10 June.
Geoff. Leigh. To be general woodward and keeper of the woods within the survey of the Augmentations in co. Salop. 6 June.
Ric. Waller. To be bailiff and collector of the lordships and manors of Fordewich and Langporte, Kent, and of all lands in these places and in Canterbury which belonged to St. Augustine's, Canterbury.
165bThos. Mydleton, of Spofforthe, Yorks., and John his son. To have the office of bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor of Spofforthe. and of all lands there which belonged to Hen. late earl of Northumberland. 27 May.
166Thos. Burton. To be bailiff and collector of Wellesbye. Tetteney and Clee manors. Line. Welloo. 28 May.
Thos. Smyth. To be bailiff and collector of Ebsham, Sutton and Cullesdon manors, Surr., parcel of the honour of Hampton Court. 6 June.
166bSir Wm. Herbert and Wm. Button. To have the office of steward of the lordships and manors of Henton, Norton St. Philip, Fressheford and Woodewyke, Soms. Henton priory. 26 May.
Edw. Acrodde, a yeoman of the Guard. To be bailiff and collector of the lands (several manors named) of Haltemprise priory. 28 May.
167Ric. Cooke. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Abingdon, Berks., which belonged to Abingdon monastery. 2 May.
167bJohn Haydon. To be under-steward and keeper of the courts of the lordships and manors of Boryngton, Wembury, Canbarne, Waterfall, Maryscombe. Shirford, Tamerton and Plympton Grange. Devon, and Lanowe Saynt, Cornw., which belonged to the cell of St. Anthony, Cornw.,—Plympton Priory: also of the lordships and manors of Hatherley and Abbottysham and of the towns and boroughs of Cornewood and Hatherley, Devon, and of all lands in Cornewood town, Hatherley, Abbottysham, and Roughburgh, Devon, which belonged to Tavistock monastery. 1 June.
John Deryng. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Kent purchased from Sir Thos. Wyatt. dec. 13 May.
168John and Daniel Perte. To have the office of bailiff and collector of Hartburye manor, co. city of Gloucester, St. Peter's, Gloucester. 27 April.
Thos Elyott. To be under-steward and keeper of the courts of the lands in Surrey which belonged to Chertesey monastery. 6 May.
168bWm. Burnell, of London. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Clerkenwell priory, Midd., vice Thos. Cooke. 17 June.
169Thos. Whitacres. To be bailiff and collector of Culneham manor. Berks., and of all lands in Culneham which belonged to Abingdon monastery. 6 June.
Simon Walwyn. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Bordesley monastery. 6 June.
169bAnt. Dalabere. To be bailiff and collector of Stalbryge manor, Dors. Shyrborne. 25 April.
170Thos. Bright. To be under-steward and keeper and clerk of the courts of the towns, lordships and manors of St. Albans. Sandruge. Tytenhanger Parke, Barnet, Langley Abbots, Sarret. Rykmersworth, Crokesley, Cayssho, Walden Abbots, Codicote, Brantfeld, Northawe, Hexton, Norton, Radwell, Newneham, Caldcot, Watford, Oxhey. Walponde cum Withgynhall. Garston, Meryden, Burston, Pynchefelde, priory of St. Amphibalus of Redburne and Anelles in Redburne, Herts, of Dolow, Beds, of Wynslowe, Shypton. Parva Horwood and Greneborough Bucks, and of Chalford, Oxon. St. Alban's abbey, 2 May.
Wm. Jolyff. To be under-steward and keeper of the courts of the lands of Cerne and Tarraunte monasteries, Dors. 10 May.
170bThe same. To be bailiff and collector of the manor of Affepudell, Dors., and of all lands of Cerne monastery in Wyrdefford and nine other places (named) in co. Dors. 20 May.
171Matth. White. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Kent which belonged to the commandry of Swynffeld, Kent. St. John's of Jerusalem. 20 June.
171bThe same. To be bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor of Letlebourne and he manor of Newington, Kent. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 20 June.
172Wm. Foster. To be bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor of Ostynghanger, Kent,—Sir Thos. Poynynge; and also of the lordship and manor of Waddenall. Kent,—Thos. Colepeper. sen. 28 June.
175bRic. Bunny, sewer of the Chamber. To be one of the seventeen particular receivers of the Augmentations, vice Cuthb. Horseley; district being Richmondshire and the Bishopric of Durham. 16 March.
177John Maynard. To be under-steward and keeper of the courts of the lordships and manors of Kyngesburye, Childwike, Walmondes Fee, Newland, Shepehall, Wallington, Barnet and Aston Abbots, Bucks, of Combe. Essex, of Redbourne Langley, Rykmersworth, Hexton Northawe Westwike and Neweland, and Redbourne and Praye, Herts, of Tyrfild, Oxon., of Eversdon Magna, Camb., and of Bellowe. Beds. St. Albans. 18 Feb
177bRic. Jackeson. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Pipewell monastery in Rusheton All Saints and many other places (named) in cos. Ntht., Beds, Linc., Leic., Rutl. and Norf. 18 June.
178Edm. Wodeson. To be general woodward within the survey of the Augmentations in co. Notts. 12 Nov.
Edm. Walker. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Dieulacres monastery, Staff., in Russhall, Byssham. Norbeke and Eccleston, cos. Lanc. and Yorks. 18 June.
178bGeorge Thorne. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Pypewell monastery in Dun churche, Thurlaston, Tofte, Causton, Gosford, Churchelawfford, Longelawfford, Newbold and Rockeby, cos. Notts and Warw. 18 June.
Ric. Forster. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of the late house or priory of Hundesloo, Midd., now annexed to the honour of Hampton Court. 1 Feb.
179John Smythe. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Catesby priory, Ntht. 18 June.
179bHugh Losse. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of the four houses of Friars in London. 18 Nov.
Edw. Whitewell. To be general woodward within the survey of the Augmentations in Sussex. 20 Oct.
180Robt. Palmer. To be bailiff and collector of lands in Leke, Staff., which belonged to Dieulacres monastery. 18 June.
Thos. Lee. To be bailiff and collector of lands in Staffordshire which belonged to Croxden monastery. Staff. 18 June.
180bNich. Gyffard. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of St. James's, Northampton in cos. Ntht., Warw. and Midd. (numerous places named). 18 June.
181Ralph Bagenall. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Yevely, Stede and Normanton, Derb., which belonged to the preceptory of Yevely alias Stede. St. John's of Jerusalem. 8 July.
John Belloo. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Newsted upon Ankholme priory, Linc. 18 June.
181bJohn Waters. To be general woodward within the survey of Augmentations in co. Bucks. 10 Sept.
Steph. Estwyke. The like, in co. Soms. 28 July.
182Simon Kemsey. To be bailiff and collector of lands in Yorkshire and Hull lately purchased from Sir Wm. Sydney. 12 Aug.
Ant. Bradley. To be bailiff and collector of lands in Bylande. Lounde. Sutton, Depedale and Skakenden, Sutton under Whytestonecliffe, Marderbye, Bagby, Olde Bylande, Olde Stede. Thormanby, Balderbye, Cotame, Ormesbye. Wyllesden. Bradfordale, Denby. Bentley, Wyndhill. Nedyrdale, Skarburgh, Ryllyngton, Scamston and Budwithe, Fawsett Forest, Wassedale, Blaterne and Bredderdale, Yorks. and Westmld., which belonged to Byland abbey. 18 Aug.
182bThos. Gurney. To be bailiff of the liberty of the honour of Ampthill and bailiff and collector of the hundreds in (sic) Maushede, Clyfton, Wextontree. Flytt, Neweporte, Redbournestoke and Barford, Beds and Bucks, formerly within the receipt of the sheriff of Beds and Bucks 12 Nov.
183Edw. Ansley. To be bailiff and reeve (prepositus) of the manor and lordship of Brampton and keeper of woods there; vice Ph. Wylde. 12 Nov.
Jarman Richardes. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Acle, Lydde. Purcasses, Seynt Armyn, Seynt Wormyn, Henfote and Landerston, cos. Kent and Monm. which belonged to Tynterne monastery. 10 Dec.
183bGeo. Lovett. To be bailiff and collector of Calehill manor in the parish of Mynster in the Isle of Sheppey. Kent, purchased from Wm. Berye. 20 Sept.
184Hen. Graye. To be under steward of the lands in Suffolk which Charles duke of Suffolk granted to the King; vice Thos. Beck, who resigns his patent of the office made to him by the Duke, 10 Sept. 27 Hen. VIII. 4 Nov.
184bThos. Collyns. To be bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor of Wheldrake, Yorks.,—Fountains; and of lands in Brompton, Heton and Thorneton on the Moor, the rectory of Northallerton and Estryngton, and the pensions out of the churches of Holbye. Skyperwythe. Siggeston and Bougton in the archdeaconry of Richmond,—Durham monastery. 30 June.
185John Laurens. To be general woodward in Hertfordshire. 31 Dec.
Robt. Smyth. To be bailiff and collector of Blakeborne hundred, Suff. Bury St. Edmunds. 15 Dec.
185bJohn Graynefeld. To be general woodward in Devonshire. 20 Feb.
Nich. Alcocke. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Merevale monastery. 20 Feb.
186Jas. Mapurley. To be bailiff and collector of Wetton manor, and of all lands of Tutbury monastery in Wetton and Butterton, Staff. 28 Feb.
186bRic. Cowper and Arth. Stourton. To have the office of bailiff and collector of the lands of Kenelworth monastery. 26 Dec.
John Nuttbrowne. To be bailiff and collector of lands of Launde monastery in Frysbie super Wreke, Wartenabie, Grymeston, Skevyngton, Leicester, and Braddesley, Leic. 18 June.
187Wm. Milnegate. To be bailiff and collector of lands of Leicester priory in Hemyngton, Lockyngton and other places (named) in cos. Leic., Derb., Notts and Lane. 18 June.
Rog. Carrell. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Chacombe priory, Ntht. 18 June.
187bThos. Baddysley. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Launde monastery in Launde, Lodyngton, Belton and many other places (named) in co. Leic. 18 June.
188John Walwyne. To be bailiff and collector of lands of Little Malvern priory in Estnor and many other places (named) in cos. Heref., Worc., and Glouc. 18 June. Wm. Hardie. To be bailiff and collector of Compton manor, Dors. Milton. 20 April.
188bJohn Durhante. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Woodhurste, Houghton and Wylton, Hunts. Ramsey. 1 April.
189John Wynkell an officer of the Privy Bakery. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in cos. Leic. and Derby which the abbot of Leicester committed to the collection of Thos. Dilkes. 16 May.
John Paston, one of the Pensioners. To be chief steward of the lands of Vale Royal monastery. 29 June.
189bRobt. Haywarde alias Perrye, a yeoman of the Guard. To be bailiff of the manors of Shitlyngton and Barton, Beds, now annexed to the honour of Ampthill. Ramsey. 18 June.
192Thus. Myldmaye and Walter Myldemaye his brother. To have the office of auditor of Augmentations for cos. Norf., Suff. Camb., Hunts, Essex, Herts, Midd. and London. vice the said Thos, Myldmay resigned. 1 June.
193bSir Robt. Tyrwhite, King's servant. To be keeper of the mansion and park, with the deer therein, of Thorneton manor, Linc. 12 July.
195Sir Robt. Bowys, lord warden of the Middle Marches. To be constable of Alnwick castle, Nthld., and master forester of all forests, &c., belonging to the said castle. 4 Sept.
197Wm. Grene. To be bailiff and collector of the lordships and manors of Swynestede, Creton, Cowthorpe, and Manthorpe, Linc. Valdeye. 24 Nov.
Thos. Ryce. To be bailiff and collector of Apse manor in the Isle of Wight. Christchurch Twynham. 14 Nov.
197bThos. Parry and Ric. Vaughan. Office of bailiff of Welforde manor, Berks, and of all lands in Welforde, Boxore. Gyston. Weston, Chadisworthe, Holebenham, Snellesmore, Ower, Cheveley, Wynterborne and Lekehampstede which belonged to Abingdon abbey. 18 Oct.
Simon Perotte, a sewer of the Chamber. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Burcester monastery. 28 Oct.
198Giles Levet. To be bailiff and collector of rents called le Landemole in Bury St. Edmunds and of the profits of fairs and markets there, and of the toll house there Bury St. Edmunds. 3 Dec.
198bJohn Whitacre. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Spalding, Linc., which belonged to Spalding monastery. 5 Aug.
Daniel Pert. To be general woodward in Wiltshire. 20 Nov.
199Ant. Bevercotes. To be bailiff and receiver in cos. Yorks, Linc. and Hull of lands of Hull Charterhouse. 26 Nov.
Thos. ap Richard, a groom of the Chamber. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of the castle and manor of Whittyngton. Salop, which belonged to John earl of Bath. 18 Sept.
199bThos. Hendle. To be under-steward and keeper of the courts of the manor of Maideston, Kent, in the King's hands by grant of the archbp. of Canterbury, and of the manors of Mylton, Poole, Warborne, Snave. and Blakemanston, Kent, in the King's hands by grant of Sir Thos. Wyatt, dec., and of the manors of Hoo and Wyndehyll within the hundred of Hoo, purchased from the said Sir Thomas. 14 Feb.
200Edm. Ashefeld. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Nethershenley. Overshenley, and Snelleshall, Bucks, purchased from Fras. Pygott, and of Whaddon, Bucks; which manors are parcel of the honour of Grafton. Ntht. 16 Feb.
Sir Wm. Herberte and Ric. Goodriche. Office of steward of Standysshe manor, Glouc. St. Peter's, Gloucester. 20 Feb.
200bNich. Cuttler. To be general woodward in Norfolk and Suffolk. 10 Feb.
Simon Aynesworthe. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Wyghtes, Effyngham, and West Lounde, Surr., and Benefelde, Berks., and of all lands in Westchayham. Effyngham, Wotton, Abynger, Okeley, Euhurste, Craneley, Wonnershe, Albery, Shere, Shawforde, Hascombe, Westlounde, Marrowe, Oxstede, Lederede and Wallyngham, Suss., and Shepeley, Suss., and Benefelde and Depers, Berks, which the King obtained from John Leghe. 10 Oct.
201Robt. Bucke. To be bailiff of the liberty and franchise of Waltham, Essex, and of the whole liberty and franchise, in cos. Essex and Herts, of the monastery of Waltham Holy Cross. 10 Feb.
201bJohn Horton. To be general woodward in Worcestershire. 20 Dec.
John Romsden. To be King's woodward in Rayncliff and Thurstanbye, Yorks. Earldom of Northumberland. 20 March.
John Bonde. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Canons Asheby priory. 18 June.
202Edm. Twynyho. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Hardewyke and nine other places (named) in cos. Heref. and Salop, which belonged to Clyfforde priory, Heref. 18 June.
John Dodyngton. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Asheby Mares and many other places (named) in cos. Ntht., Linc., Beds, Hunts, Warw., and Rutland, which belonged to St. Andrew's priory, Northampton. 18 June.
202bThos. Lee. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Bitterton and many other places (named) in cos. Salop staff., Warw., and Chesh., which belonged to Lylleshull monastery. 18 June.
203John Herberte. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of St. Mary's. York. 2 Feb.
John Hanbye. To be an auditor of Augmentations vice Robt. Burgoyne, dec 13 Nov.
204Ant. Stringer. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of the London Charterhouse. 20 Oct.
Sir Thos lord Wharton, and Sir Thos. Wharton his son and heir apparent. Office of steward of Preston manor, Yorks., — Earldom of Northumberland, and of the lands of the cell of St. Bege, Cumb.,—St. Mary's, York. 20 Jan.
204bRoger Grenes. To be steward and keeper of the courts of Ecclesfelde and Haughton manors Yorks. Coventry Charterhouse. 24 Dec.
205Robt. Stepneth. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Christchurch priory, London. 20 June.
The same. To be bailiff and collector of Westham manor, Essex, and of all lands there of Stratford Langthorne monastery. Undated.
205bThos. Jenour. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Walsinghame Magna Walsinghame Parva, Laxhames in Houghton. Peterston. Burnhame Overy (with the rectory), Walsinghame Magna Colynghames, Bottes and Hadshawes in Walsinghame Magna, Foleshame Byntre and Norton. Braunchall in. Wyveton and Walsinghame Magna Fennes and Marches, Norf., and of the rectories of All Saints i Magna and Parva Walsinghame and St. Peter in Magna Walsinghame, Norf. Walsinghame monastery. 27 May.
206The same. To be bailiff and collector of Woodnorton and Estwalton manors, Norf., which belonged to Sir Ric. Southwell. 27 May.
206bRic. Morgan. To be bailiff and collector of Brewton manor, Soms., and of all lands in Brewton, Glaston. Milton Clevedon, Sterte and Schreston. Soms., Dors., and Glouc., which belonged to Brewton monastery. 13 May.
207Thos. Kevett and Thos. Powle (dilecti nobis in Christo). Office of bailiff and collector of the lands of Soulbye monastery, Ntht. 18 June.
Alex. Norwood. To be bailiff and collector of Mynster manor in the Isle of Thanet, Kent. St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 8 July.
207bJohn Harvey. To be bailiff and collector of the manors of Tyrlyngham, Newington Fee, Newington Belhouse and Walton, Kent. Thos, late earl of Essex. 26 May.
208George Mylle and Jerman Richardes. Office of bailiff and collector of the lands in Arreton, Staplehurste, Shewte, Bryxton, Freshewater, Louecombe, Casebroke, Newport, Whippingham, Portesmouthe. Newchurche and Bydborowe, and elsewhere, Hants, of Quarre abbey. 8 July.
208bHen. Snowe and Wm. Arderne. Office of bailiff and collector of the lands of Chixsand monastery, Beds 8 May.
Ric. Alyngton. To be bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor or late preceptory of Battisford, Suff. St. John's of Jerusalem. 18 June.
209

209b
Geo. Keynsham. To be bailiff or collector of the lands in Gloucestershire of the late preceptory or commandry of Quenyngton, Glouc. St. John's of Jerusalem. 8 July. John Bacon. To be bailiff and collector of Templewycombe manor, Bucks. St. John's of Jerusalem. 16 July.
210John Cokeram. To bailiff and collector of the lands in Derby, Cryche, Scarclyff, Alwaston, Elwaston, Glapwell and Bolsover, Derb., which belonged to Derlye monastery. 10 July.
John Beamount. To be steward and keeper of the Courts of the lands in Dalby and Rotheley and elsewhere in Leicestershire which belonged to the late preceptory or commandry of Dalby and Rotheley. St John's of Jerusalem. 18 July.
210bSir Robert Bowys, lord warden of the Middle Marches. To be under steward and keeper of the courts of the lands in Northumberland which belonged to Henry late earl of Northumberland. 23 July.
211John Riggys. To be bailiff and collector of the rents of the lordship or late preceptory of Dalby and Rothley, Leic. St. John's of Jerusalem. 7 July.
211bCiriac Petit. To be under-steward and keeper of the Courts of the manors of Mynster, Stodmershe, Littylborne and Langporte, Kent, — St. Augustine's Canterbury; and of Terlingham, Newyngton Belhouse, Newyngton Fee, and Walton, Kent,—Thos. late earl of Essex. 18 June.
212Wm. Hayes. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Elnestowe and other places (named), in co. Beds, which belonged to Elnestowe monastery. 8 July.
John Alderson. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Hull Charterhouse in cos. Hull, Yorks. and Linc. 26 July (cancelled with the note that it is void because the office is given to Ant. Bevercootes).
217Nich. Foster. To be bailiff and collector of the lordship and manor of Newhame, Nthld. Earldom of Northumberland. 10 Feb.
Sir Wm. Pagett, one of the King's chief secretaries. To be under steward and keeper of the courts of the lordship and manor of Nauntwyche, Chesh. 15 Sept.
217bSimon Galynge To be bailiff and collector of the manor of Harmondesworthe, Midd., lately purchased from St. Mary's College near Winchester. 2 July
218Sir John Caundyshe To be bailiff and collector of the lands in the Isle of Axholme, Linc., which belonged to the monastery of Woode in the Isle of Axholme. 14 March.
Thos. Cockes. To be general woodward in Leicestershire. 20 Dec.
218bJohn Welbour. To be woodward of Armethorpe manor, Yorks. Roche. 4 April.
Geo. Acworthe. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Bedfordshire of Markyate monastery, Beds. 1 April.
219Edm. Clerke. To be general woodward in Hampshire. 20 Aug.
Hen. Bryande. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Bermondsey monastery, Surr. 11 July.
219bThos. Hardewyk. To be under-steward and keeper of the Courts of the lands of Kyrkestall monastery, Yorks. 10 Feb.
220The same. To be under-steward and keeper of the Courts of the lands of Fountains monastery, Yorks. 10 Feb.
Wm. Spencer. To be bailiff and collector of the lands in Shakeston and many other places (named) in cos. Leic. and Derby which belonged to the monastery de Pratis, Leicester. 30 Nov.
220bWm. Vale. To be bailiff and collector of the lands of Missenden monastery, Bucks. 6 Sept.
ii. Life Grants, &c., in 37 Hen. VIII.
[In this abstract rents and all other particulars are omitted and former owners of lands are named in italics.]
Augm. Book.
236 f. 112b.
Wm. Raynesford. Twenty-one years' lease of a messuage and lands adjoining Peterchurche near Combe, Warw. and of a pool called Peterpole there; from the date of the death of Mary duchess of Richmond to whom the whole monastery of Combe was granted for life, 15 March 30 Henry VIII., and who has leased the said messuage and pool to Raynesford for GO and 40 years respectively (leases cited). 30 Nov. 37 Hen. VIII.

114
Roger Basyng. Twenty-one years' lease from the expiration of a similar lease, 12 May 32 Hen. VIII., of Cirencester monastery, Glouc., and demesnes (specified). 11 Feb.
118bWm. Fitzwilliam, chief gentleman of the Privy Chamber to Prince Edward. Reversion and rent reserved upon a lease to him, 8 March 32 Hen. VIII., of the site and demesnes of Hampall priory, Yorks. which lease he has transferred to Michael Fitzwilliams of Lincoln's Inn and Mabel Fitzwilliam, gentlewoman; also grant of lands and rents specified in Hampall, Humbershed, and Clayton, Yorks. Hampall. This in recompense of his fee of 33l. 6s. 8d. as chief gentleman. 13 Nov.
120bEverard Sygrave, one of the King's gentlemen ushers and men at arms. Twenty-one years' lease (from the expiration of a similar lease to Wm. Tyer and Marg. his wife by the priory of Kyrbyebellers alias Kyerbye super Wrethik, dated 12 Dec. 23 Hen. VIII.) of Twyforde rectory, Leic. 23 May.
121Robt. Bumsted, in consideration of his surrender of St. John's Hospital in Lynne, Norf House and lands of the hospital. 29 May.
122Sir John Horsey. Twenty-one years' lease from the expiration of a similar lease 4 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII., of Corsecombe grange and the prebend of Shireborne, Dors. Shircborne. 28 Oct.
139bHen. Nevyll, King's servant. Annuity of 20l. 13 March.
142bAnt. marquis Palavicini. Annuity of 75l. 24 Jan.
145bThos. Magnus, clk. Annuity of 60s. in consideration of his surrender of the free chapel of St. James of Wipestrode. Hants., of which he was master. 8 Sept.
John Plane. Annuity of 20 marks, in consideration of his surrender of the office and dignity of archpriest in the old churches of St. Martin, St. Nicholas and St. John Baptist in Dover. Kent 20 Nov.
151Sir Charles Brandon and Eliz. his wife, late wife of Sir Jas. Strangwaies, minor, dec. (In consideration of the surrender, by the said Eliz., of Grenehaghe manor, Yorks., and a pension of 12l. 13s. 4d. out of Whorleton manor, Yorks.). Lordship and manor of Appulton super Wiske co. Richmond,—St. Mary's, York; Unerby manor, Yorks.,—Gysborne; lands, specified, in Horneby, Yorks,—St. Mary's, Yorks; lands, specified, in Estharlesey, Welberye and Thexton, Yorks, and in Apulton super Wiske and West Rounketon, Yorks,—Mountgrace; lands, specified, in Lofthouse and Southlofthouse, Yorks.—Gysborne. 23 Jan.
157bThos. Tunbridge. Free chapel of St. John Baptist of Great Badowe, Essex, in consideration of his surrendering the said chapel of the King; value 33s. 4d. 21 July.
159Thos. Brydges, of Cornebury, Oxon. Twenty-one years' lease of Bruerne monastery and other lands; from the expiration of a similar lease to Sir John Brydges and him, dated 28 Feb. 30 Hen. VIII. 12 June.
163Ric. Mounslowe, late abbot of Wynchecombe. Annuity of 120l. and 40 wainloads of firewood out of Depewoode, in lieu of his pensions of 140l. and firewood, dated 21 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII. 17 Nov.
173Ralph Bagenall, King's servant, and lady Mary Cotton, widow, late wife of Sir Geo. Cotton, dec. Lordship and manor of Foston, Yorks, and many messuages and lands (specified) in Foston, Thornton, Flaxton, and Claxton, Yorks., and the lordship and manor of Kyrkeby super Montem, co. Richmond, and lands (specified) there and in Dalton, co. Richmond,—St. Mary's, York; also the grange of Achame alias Acome, co. City of York, and other lands in Achame,—St. Leonard's, York. 16 March.
176bPeter and Cuthbert Ogle. The hermitage builded in a rock of stone in Warkeworthe park, Nthld., with the grass ground called the Conygarth and the garden or orchard thereto belonging, the pasturing of twelve kine and one bull "with their calves sucking" and of two horses within the said park, and "one draught of fish to be taken every Sunday in the year in the water foranempst the said hermitage, called the Trinity draught," and twenty loads of firewood yearly out of Shilbottell Woods, with an annuity of 10l. Which hermitage, &c., and 20 mks. annuity, Henry late earl of Northumberland, granted 3 Dec. 23 Hen. VIII., to his chaplain George Lancaster, clk., whose interest is now held by Mark Ogle, brother to the said Peter and Cuthbert, and who surrenders it for this grant to be made. 14 April. In English.
183bWm. Scroth, painter Annuity of 62l. 10s. 20 Jan.

189b
Hugh Proffite, a yeoman of the Guard. Thirty years' lease of the site, &c., of Pilla priory, St. David's dioc., and Staynton rectory, from the expiration of a 21 years lease to John Wogan 5 July, 29 Hen. VIII. 16 June
190bRic. Cotton in consideration of his services to Prince Edward. Lordship and manor of Langtofte, Linc., and Ntht., and the lectory of Langtofte. Crowland. 4 July.
195bWalter Hungerforde, King's servant. Manor of Wotton Abbots and certain lands there. Abbottisburye. 27 Sept.
217bWm. Estubbye, clk. Annuity of 4l. in consideration of his surrender of the chantry of Magna Berdefeilde, Essex. 2 Dec.
iii. Pensions in 37 Henry VIII.
Augm. Book.
236, f. 111.
College of Christ and St. Mary. Burton on Trent. Staff. Wm. Sutton, John Hierne and John Carter. clerks, petty canons; Wm Hether, clerk epistolarius; and Wm. Milner, clk., petty canon Sums from 6l. 13s. 4d. to 40s. 6 Dec. 37 Hen. VIII.
130bCollege of St. Mary. Warwick. Wm. Wall, prebendary. 11l. 10 Nov.
133b-9College of Credyton alias Kyrton, Devon. Ph. Alcoke master and instructor of the boy choristers. 4l. 20 July.
Also Edw. Sheparde, Wm. Herne, Hen. Hill, Ric. Bramston, Ric. Kenryke and John Donne, prebendaries. 40s. each. Also Edw. Verde or Yearde (6l. 13s. 4d.), Geo. Denys (12l. Wm. Harmon (6l. 13s. 4d.), John Mason (11l.), John Holwell (5l.), Wm. Luson (5l.), Thos. Sowtheron (6l. 13s. 4d.), Adam Travars (10l.), Geo. Mason (13l. 6s. 8d), Walter Mugge (16l.), John Blaxton (26l. 13s. 4d.), clks., prebendaries there. 20 July.
139bDomus Dei, Dover. Wm. Noole, brother. 4l. 20 April.
140Cathedral of Christ and St Mary in Oxford. Ric. Beyslaye. clk, S.T.B., King's chaplain, prebendary there. 20l. 10 July.
Also Wm. Forest, Ric. Steke, John Notting, Ric. Stephans, clks., petty canons, 6l. or 5l. each. 10 July.
Also Gervase Linche, clk., prebendary. 20l. 25 July.
144bDomus Dei, Dover. Hen. Wood, clk., brother. 6l. 13s. 4d.; and John Grene, janitor, 66s. 8d. 20 March.
145College of St. Mary, Warwick. John Knightley, clk., dean, 23l. 6s. 8d. 25 Oct.
162bFraternity or guild of the chapel of Holy Trinity beside the dyke called le Stathedyke in Walsoken, Norf. Ralph Stannowe, master. Site and lands of the said chapel. 26 Sept.
191bCollege of St. Frediswide, alias King Henry VIII's College in Oxford, now dissolved. John Leylande, clk., prebendary. 26l. 13s. 4d. 12 July.
Domus Dei Dover. John Burnell, clk., brother. 6l. 13s. 4d. 25 June.
193College of St. Mary, Warwick. Robt. Charde, prebendary. 12l. 10 July.
193bCollege of St. Frediswide alias King Henry VIII.'s College in Oxford. John Ollyver clk, dean. 70l. 20 July.
194Also Thos Canner, clk., prebendary 26l. 13s. 4d. 12 Aug.
Also John Cheke, prb. 26l. 13s. 4d. 20 Aug.
194bAlso Edw. Leyton, clk., prb. 20l. 20 July.
Also Ric. Croke, clk., S.T.P. 26l. 13s. 4d. 20 July.
195bAlso Peter Vannes, prb. 26l. 13s. 4d. 1 Sept.
196College of St. Mary, Warwick. Wm. Wall, prebendary. 11l. 10 Nov.
213Chantry or College of Slapton, Devon. John Morcombe, rector. 14l. 20 Nov. Also Wm. Cowle, clk., Robt. Jefferey, clk. (29 Nov.), Robt. Tailour, clk., Wm. Frenche, Arth. Fetherstone, and Elizeus Lawry, brethren or ministers. From 10l. to 4l. each. 20 Nov.
214bCollege of St. Fridiswide. alias King Henry VIII.'s College in Oxford. Owen Oglethorpe. S.T.P., Hen. Williams, S.T.B., John Robyns, S.T.B., Jas. Procktour, S.T.B., prebendaries. 20l. each. 17 Jan.
215bAlso John Barbour, LL.D., prebendary. 40 mks. 17 Jan.
College of Christ and St. Mary, Burton upon Trent. Robt. Brokke, clk., dean. 100 marks. 6 Dec.
Also John Rudde, clk., Robt. More, clk., and Roger Bull, clk., prebendaries. 15l., 16l., and 20 mks, respectively. 6 Dec.

216b
College of Otterey St. Mary, Devon. Baldwin Bascombe alias Vascombe, dean, and Nich. Phillips, clk., vicar. 6l. 18s. 5d. each. 12 July.
iv. Leases in 37 Henry VIII.
[These leases are for 21 years. In the following abstract the names of former owners, where indicated, are printed in italics, and, for the sake of brevity, all particulars (such as the details of the demesne lands let with monasteries and manors, the nature of the tithes of rectories, with tenants' names &c., the fields attached to granges and farms, the extents and tenants' names of lands, the positions of tenements in towns, and the like, which are as a rule minutely specified; with, of course, the rents and conditions of the leases) are omitted.]
Augm. Book,
216, f. 96.
Maryon Muryell, widow. Brewhouse called Depenhams and lands in Chertesey. 25 April 37 Hen. VIII.
Augm Book,
217, f. 1.
Agnes Tatton, of Tetesworth in Lake parish, Staff., widow of Robt. Tatton, Tenement fn Tetesworth and pasture on Leke More. Deulacres. 20 Nov.
Thos. Turnor, of West Rounkton, Yorks. Messuage in Rounkton. Mountgrace. 1 Oct.
1bJohn Swine. Tenement in Fulstow or Fulstone; on surrender of a thirty years' lease (recited), to Hen. Gren, by Nunormesby priory, 10 April 1517. 20 Nov.
2John Corney, of Gysburgh, Yorks. Lands in Gisburne and Hoton. Gisburne. 12 March.
2bGeoffrey Gate. Two watermills beside the monastery of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, with millstones, &c. (enumerated). 29 Jan.
3Ric. Ballard. Two watermills in Wynchelcombe. Glouc., and a messuage and cottage in Quynton, Glouc. Wynchelcombe. 22 Feb
3bEdw. Cooke, of London. Farm of Slaughter, Glouc., with 12 acres of land called No Mannes Landes; on surrender of a 30 years' lease (recited), to Simon Hyott. by Syon abbey, 12 Nov., 27 Hen. VIII. 4 March.
4bEdw. Anslowe. Grain rent due under a 68 years' lease by Ramsey abbey, 16 Dec., 27 Hen. VIII., to Alice Hansert, of Merche, Camb., widow, late wife of Ant. Hansert, of the manor of Houghton and Witton, Hunts. 19 Feb.
5Hen. Hodgekyns, of Hayles, Glouc. Grain rents of the farmer of Sherborne manor, Glouc. Wynchelcombe. 20 March.
Wm. Baseley, of Parys Garden, Surr. Lands in Lambeth Marshe and St. George's Felde in St. George's parish, Southwark and Lambeth, Surr. Charles duke of Suffolk. 7 March.
5bWm. Romsden, of Longley, Yorks., Thos. Bolton and Thos. Lee. Tenements, parcel of Carleton manor, Yorks. Monkebretton. 1 Oct.
6Janet Bowes, of Monkebrytton, Yorks., widow. Tenement there. Monkebretton. 12 March.
6bWm. Preston, of Gysburgh, Yorks. Lands there. Gysburne. 12 March.
7Percival Wharton, clk. Lands in Brotton, Yorks., and tithes in Hamys and Sulset, Camb., parcel of Brydekyrke rectory. Gisborne. 12 March.
7bJohn Pykerde. Messuage called Lokerhouse alias Lowcrosse and lands in Hoton beside Gysbourne, Yorks. Gysbourne. 10 April.
8Hen. Tyrrell, of London. Bracewell rectory, Yorks. Kyrkestall. 20 March.
Wm. Gyppys, bricklayer. Lands and limekiln in the field of Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. Bury St. Edmunds. 20 Feb.
8bSir Thos. Grey. Tithes in Sunderlande and Dychende in Bamburgheshire, Nthld. St. Oswald's. 14 April.
9Ric. Lorde, of Renbarhe, Yorks Messuage in Wathe parish, Yorks; on surrender of a nine years' lease (recited) by Monkebretton priory, 7 Sept. 29 Hen. VIII. 25 Feb.
9bRic. Dale, of Esyns, Staff. Tenement in Esynges in Leke lordship, Staff. Delacres. 20 Feb.
10John Waters, of London. Moiety of the ferry boat and profits of the ferry over Owse. at Whitgifte in Mershland, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 10 Feb.
10bJas. Reynoldes. Tenement, &c., in Lewesham Kent, lately purchased of Thos. Hatcliff. 3 Feb.
Thos. Cartebote, of Tokwithe, Yorks. Tenement there. Synnyngthwayte. 22 Jan.
11.Robt. Melsham, of Newton, Suff. Lands in Hencote besides Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. Bury St. Edmunds. 12 Feb.
11bRic. Monynges, of Swanton, Kent. Lands in the parishes of Howghpham and Marge St. Mary's, Kent, in the King's hands by the dissolution of the arch-presbitery of Dover and the late priory of Dover. 12 Dec.
Thos. Lloidd. clk. Tithes of Coursall, co. Pembroke, prebend in St. David's cathedral. Talley. 20 Dec.
12Robt. Bolton of Walton. Lanc. Tenement in Newsam, Lanc. Byrkehed. 10 March.
12bChr. Redman, of Kyrkeby in Kendall, Westmld. Lands beside Sprett Brygg and two water mills upon the water of Sprett in Skylmyser in the parish of Kyrkeby in Kendall. St. Mary's, York. 20 Feb.
13Robt. Curteys Howton grange in Howton parish, Line. Syxhill. 10 Feb.
13bHen. Parker. Lands in Hansloppe parish, Bucks, within Hansloppelordship and the honour of Grafton. 20 Feb.
Wm. Gardyner. Water mill and messuage in Wandelesworthe Surr.; on surrender of a 54 years' lease (recited) to Wm. Gardyner, grocer, by St. Peter's abbey, Westminster, 13 July, 1511. 20 March
15Ric. Draper. Marehame rectory, Norf. Westacre. 12 Feb.
Ant. Brakenbury, of Salleby, co. Durham. Tithes of Gaynforde rectory in the town of Staneton and manor of Stretlem Dham.; also tithes in Ovyngton, co. Richmond, of Gilling rectory. St. Mary's York. 19 April.
15bHen. Stapleton. Felixstowe priory, Suff., with certain tithes. Thos. duke of Norfolk. 20 March.
16John Hebbourne, of Newcastle upon Tyne. Lands in Elstwike lordship, Nthld. Tynnemouth. 24 Feb.
16bThos. Warcopp. Tithes of Warcopp rectory in Warcopp, Bultergill, Blaterne, Sandfurth and Burton, Westmld. Shapp. 9 Feb.
17Ric. Rose. Site of Houghton manor, Yorks., with pasture in Pontefract park. St. Oswald's. 29 June.
Leonard Harryson, of Folkyngham. Linc. Tenement in Fulkyngham. Sempryngham. 14 June.
17bHen. Brokeman and John Harvye. Manor place of Newyngton Belhouse with certain demesne lands of the manors of Newyngton Belhouse and Newyngton Bartram in the parish of Newyngton beside Saltwood and Heith, Kent, which were purchased from Thos. late earl of Essex. 29 June.
18bThos. Harwood, of Newham, Yorks. Lands there and in Staxbye, Yorks. Whitby. 20 June.
19Sir George Throkmerton. Tithes in Samborne in Coughton parish, Warw. Studeley. 6 Sept.
19bWm. Staunforde. Southmyms rectory, Midd., which the King had of Sir Thos. Wriothesley, lord Chancellor. 4 Nov.
Thos. Medowe, of Abendon, Berks. Two tenements, one called le Antloppe alias le Newe Inne, in Abendon. Abendon. 10 Nov.
20John Grene, of Golther, Oxon. Pyrton rectory; on surrender of a 30 years' lease (recited) by Norton abbey, 26 Sept. 17 Hen. VIII. 13 Nov.
21Thos. Estoft, of Estofte, Yorks. Tenement there. Selbye. 18 Sept.
Wm. Wigmore, of Canterbury. Tithe grange of Ropeley. Hants; on surrender of a 21 years' lease (recited), to Robt. Bulbecke, by Merton priory, 29 June 25 Hen. VIII. 25 Nov.
22Fras. Saunder. Bakehouse in Gisborne, Yorks. Gisborne. 22 Nov.
22bRobt. Strilley. Bowdon rectory, Leic. Lord Chancellor Wriothesley. 17 Jan.
23John Ellys, of Shirbourne, Yorks. Rectory of Holme on the Wolde, Yorks.: on surrender of a 13 years' lease (recited) by Nunappleton priory, 10 July, 27 Hen. VIII. 12 Dec.
24Ralph Bagnall, of London. Sandenhouse Grange and certain demesne lands of Holme Coltrame abbey in Sandenhouse and Holme Coltrame, Cumb. 1 Feb.
24bThos. Alen, of Fryth, Staff. Tenement there, within Leke lordship. Delacres. 20 Feb.
25Roland Jenyns, of London. Messuage in Elstwike lordship, Nthld. Tynemouthe. 24 Feb.
[John Banester. Grain rents of the farmers of numerous tenements in Preston, Estchyrton, Wheteley, Monkeyseyton, Morton. Earesden and Backeworthe, in co.——(blank). Tynemouth. 12 Dec.] (fn. 8)
28Ant. Brakenbury. Duplicate of lease at f. 15.
28bGeo. Whiteney, of London. Malgarisbury manor, Glouc. Evesham. 8—— (month omitted), 37 Hen. VIII.
29Joan Salman, widow. Tithes in Ardenhall manor in Horneden parish, Essex. Barmondesey. 12 March.
Cuthbert Banebrige. Tithes in Hedlaham, co. Richmond, parcel of Gayneforde rectory. St. Mary's, York. 4 March.
Ant. Girling, of Walton, Suff. Fishing and fowling in Faulkenham marsh within the manors of Faulkenham, Tremley and Felixstowe, Suff.,—Thos. duke of Norfolk; also a stone and place called Langerstone in Colnes, Suff., with the right of drying fish thereon. 1 March.
29bJohn Hill, of Coundon, Warw. Sheep rent due from the farmer of the rectory of Clunne and Clunbury, co. Montgomery. Wenlocke. 31 Dec.
Robert Chaumber, of Rabie, Cumb. Tenement and lands there, within the lordship of Holme. Cumb. Holme Coltrame. 12 April.
30Ralph Bagenall. Tithes of Wythornesey rectory in Holdernesse, Yorks. Kyrkestall. 21 April.
30bWm. Proctor. of Hakenes, Yorks. Tenement in Suffeld within Hakenes parish, Yorks. Whitby. 20 March.
Wm. Fisher, Swynestey, Cumb. Two tenements there within Holme lordship. Holme Coltrame. 12 April.
31Clement Hillar. Messuage in Bedyngton; on surrender of a 21 years' lease (recited) by Sir Nic. Carew, 7 July 17 Hen. VIII. 8 March.
32Wm. Burnell, of London. Thornebury rectory, Glouc. Tewkesbury. 18 Feb.
33John Tooke. Lands in Snathe parish, Kent; on surrender of a 20 years' lease (recited) by Sir Wm. Haute, 1 Nov. 19 Hen. VIII. 7 June.
34George Strangways, of Kyngston, Dors. Tithes in Mordon parish, Dors. Canonlegh. 27 April.
The same. Tarraunte Monacorum rectory; on surrender of a 25 years' lease (recited) to him and Eliz. his wife, and Giles and Henry his sons, by Tewkesbury abbey, 20 Oct. 17 Hen. VIII. 27 April.
35George Mylle. Tithes of Arreton rectory, Isle of Wight, and grain rents from the farmers of Arreton manor and Lovecombe grange. Quarre. 30 June.
35bNich. Mynne, of London. Clackeclose hundred, Norf. Ramesay. 14 June.
Amyas Hyll, of Atherston, in Mansetter parish, Warw., yeoman of the chamber to Queen Katharine. Bakehouse and lands in Atherston. Mountgrace. 2 July.
36Roger De la Ryvers, of London. Moiety of Foyston rectory, in the archdeaconry of Richmond. Knaresborough. 30 June.
36bJohn Hyckelyng, of Grenesnorton, Ntht. Lands in Apthorp within Talcetour manor and in Foxcote Meade within Aldryngton manor, parcel of the honour of Grafton, Ntht. 14 May.
37George Levesey, of Dunstaple, Beds. Tolls of grain of Dunstaple market and 3½ acres of land in Dunstaple, parcel of Ampthill honour. 6 June.
37bThos. Ansell. Lyng rectory, Soms. Athelney. 15 July.
John Scott, clk. Islyngton rectory, Norf. Blackeborough. 12 July.
38Barth. Traherne. Rectories of Mywode, Pole and Gillesfelde, in the bpric. of St. Asaph. Lord Chancellor Wriothesley.
38bThos. Moresby, of London. Over rectory, Camb. Sir Fras. Bryan. 25 Sept.
39Wm. Robynson, of Wyngate, Dham. Messuage there. Durham priory. 8 May.
George Robynson, of Hessewell, Dham. Messuage there. Durham priory. 8 May
39bWm. Bolton. Messuage. &c., in Leddeston, Yorks. Pontefract. 18 June.
40Wm. Loftehouse, Swynesyde, Yorks. Messuage, &c., there. Coverham. 12 May.
40bJohn Wilson, of Wingate, Dham. Messuage there. Durham priory. 8 May.
41Simon Loftehouse. of Swynesyde, Yorks. Messuage, &c., there. Coverham. 12 May.
Edw. Loftehouse, of Swynesyde. Ditto. 12 May.
41bGodfrey Loftehouse, of Swynesyde. Ditto. 12 May.
42Thos. Smythe. of Wyngate, Dham. Messuage there. Durham priory. 8 May.
42bThos. Walker alias Smyth and Robt. Gillam. Lands in their tenure in Leddesham. Yorks. Pontefract. 8 June.
43Wm. Sawere and Ric. Johnson. Ditto 18 June.
43bJohn Hiklinge, Reversion of lands in Norton, Coldhigham and Blacundesley, Ntht., and 1,000 sheep valued at 100l., which Thos. Vaus lord Harrodon leased, 28 June 26 Hen. VIII., to Nic. Rande, draper, and Ant. Bryan, grocer, both of Northampton, for twelve years; with reservation of 21 acres enclosed in Grenesnorton park. Also a warren of coneys in Potcote, lands in Coldhigham, and a watermill in Norton, Ntht. 20 March.
44Ric. Rose of Wyngate, Dham. Messuage there. Durham priory. 8 May.
44bChr. Loftehouse, of Swynesyde, Yorks. Messuage &c., there. Coverham. 12 May.
45Percival Watson. of Hendlewath, Yorks. Messuage there. Coverham. 12 May.
45bJohn Lobleye, of Hendlewath. Ditto. 12 May.
Ric. Asshton. of Shitlyngton. Beds. Shitlyngton rectory. Lord Chancellor Wriothesley. 12 Aug.
46bSir Arthur Darcy. Tithes of Whitgift chapel in Mershelande, Yorks., parcel o Snaythe rectory. Selby. 19 Jan.
47Thos. Shellytoo, of Whitwood, Yorks. Messuage there. Pontefract. 28 April.
Wm. Gent, of Tettesworthe, in Leke parish, Staff. Tenement there, with a fourth part of Holme mill. Dieulacres. 5 May.
47bRobt. Turnoke, of Heyton, in Leke parish. Messuage there. Dieulacres. 5 May.
48Roger Raysyn, of Marrefleate, Yorks. Messuage there. Ferybye. 5 May.
48bHugh Stodderd, of Heyton, in Leke parish, Staff. Tenement there. Dieulacres. 5 May.
49Wm. Clulowe, of Fryth in Leke parish, Staff. Messuage there. Dieulacres. 5 May.
49bWm. Tatton, of Byrcholte, in Leke parish, Staff. Messuage there. Dieulacres. 5 May.
50Wm. Fowall, of Hordelowe in Leke parish, Staff. Messuage there. Dieulacres. 5 May.
50bJohn Bassock, of Sturrey, Kent. Fulling mill there., St. Augustine's, Canterbury. 6 June.
John Smythe and Eliz. his wife. Messuage in Combryge, Staff. Rocester. 4 June.
51Ellen Tofte, widow, of Heyton, in Leke parish, Staff. Two messuages there. 20 June.
51bJohn Wrenne, of Levesham, Kent. Tenement there lately purchased of Thos. Hatclyff. 12 June.
52Wm. Warde, of Newbye upon Wyske, Yorks. Lands there. Mountgrace and Arden. 18 July.
52bGriffin Higgons and Saega, his wife. Numerous tenements in Karmerthen town and in Commey Bagheyn, Langayng and Newchirche, in Karmerthen parish. Karmerthen, priory. 5 June.
53John Barney, of the Household Langley monastery, Norf., with Langley Grange. 7 July.
54Roger Hall, of Carperby, co. Richmond, and Wm. Robynson, Roger Robynson. Robt. Spence and Humph. Spence, of Walden in Ayscarthe parish, co. Richmond. Lands in their several tenures which belonged to the preceptory of Mount St. John, Yorks. 29 June.
55Humph. Colles. Sele manor, Devon. Buckfastleigh. 14 Aug.
55bRobt. Walsheforde. Lands in Fulford, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 20 Aug.
John Haldysworthe, of Halifax, Yorks. Messuage, &c., in Horsefurthe, Yorks. Kyrkstall. 3 Sept.
56bSir Wm. Hussey. Kyrkeby Lathorpe rectory, Linc. Semperyngham.
Henry marquis of Dorset. Newneham monastery, Devon, with lands there. 14 Sept.
57Thos. Gage, of Berdewell, Suff. Berdewell rectory on surrender of a twenty years' lease (recited) by Bromeholme priory, 10 Jan. 19 Hen. VIII. 20 Sept.
58Gilbert Blancharde. Lands in Galthorpe and Wargholme; on surrender of a 30 years' lease (recited) by Nonormesbye priory, dated 1516. Also lands in Garnethorpe; on surrender of a 20 years' lease (recited) to Wm. Somershalles by Alvyngham priory. 25 Oct. 18 Hen. VIII. 10 Sept.
59Thos. Alredde. Grange called Swyne Lathes in Drypule in Holdernes. Yorks.; on surrender of a 70 years' lease (recited), to Henry and Robt. Wyllyamson, by Swyne nunnery, 26 July 1476. 24 Oct.
60Sir Ant. Kyngeston. Mershefelde manor, Glouc.—Keynesham. Also the rectory and other lands in Mershefelde,—Tewkesbury. For sixty years. 28 Sept.
61Griffin Tumour, of Barnacle alias Barvangle in Bowkyngton parish, Warw. Tenement there. Pratis, Leicester. 26 Oct.
Roger Beanes, of Burton in Ayscharthe parish, co. Richmond. Messuage there which belonged to Mount St. John preceptory, St. John's of Jerusalem. 30 Oct.
61bAlex. Mynge of Dover, Kent. Messuage in the parish of St. Peter and ward called Canon ward there. Maisondieu of Dover. 31 Dec.
62Wm. Walles, of Towcettour, Ntht. Pasture land there in Towcettour lordship and in Adryngton manor, parcel of the honour of Graffton. Not dated.
62bBrian Lacye. Two messuages in Newton, Yorks. St. Leonard's, York. 22 Aug.
63John Palsgrave, clk. Lands in Waddenhoo, Ntht., late in tenure of Laur. Bowyer, dec., rector there. Charles lord Mountejoy. 6 Dec.
Wm. Allen, of Graveney, Kent. Graveney rectory. St. Mary Overey. 4 Sept.
63bHen. Hodgekyns, of Wynchelcombe, Glouc. Tithes in Naunton, Wynchelcombe and Potteslypp, Glouc. Wynchelcombe. 10 Nov.
64Wm. Darkenolde. Watermill called Brodborne in Sevenocke parish, Kent, late belonging to Sir Hen. Iseley, and now annexed to Otford honour. 24 Oct.
Ric. Andrewes. Manor and rectory of Daventre, Ntht.; on surrender of a 60 years' lease (recited) by King Henry VIII.'s College in Oxford, 31 July 33 Henry VIII. 6 Sept.
66Ric. Benet, of Hampton upon Thames, Midd. Hampton rectory, which was purchased from St. Mary's College, near Winchester. 26 Oct.
66bSir Thos. Pope Lands in Dunsfurth in Wannesworth parish, Surr., parcel of Winnesworth manor and of the honour of Hampton Court. 16 Sept.
67Ralph Lambe, of London. Tithes of twelve mills of the bp. of Winchester in Taunton hundred, Soms., and grain rents of the tenants of Hockombe and Lydyard St. Lawrence, Soms. Taunton monastery. 8 Sept.
Ant. Busterd, of —— (blank), Oxon. Grain rent from the farmer of Bloxam rectory and tithes in Milcombe, Oxon. Godstowe. 26 Aug.
67bJohn Hethe, serjeant of the King's bakehouse. Land in St. George's Field, Southwark, Surr., parcel of the demesnes of Southwark manor. Charles duke of Suffolk. 14 Sept.
68Thos. Ardern. Wood called Feversham Blene alias Boughton Blene, Kent, with reservation of certain oaks. Feversham. 8 Oct.
68bSir Thos. Arundell. Tithes in the Isles of Sylley, Cornw. Tavistocke. 6 June.
Jas. Twysilton, of London. Lands in Brantingham, Yorks. Mewx. 20 Dec.
69John Awncyll, widow. Lands in Garnethorpe, Linc.; on surrender of a 20 years' lease (recited) to Wm. Ancyll, by Alvyngham priory, 21 Nov. 1527. 28 Nov.
69bNich. Herryson, of Monketon, Yorks. Tenement in Whitgifte and one in Monketon. St. Mary's, York. 2 Oct.
70Thos. Dyxson, of Durham. Tenement in Eden in Castell Eden parish, Dham. Durham College. 20 Sept.
70bRandolph Kyrkby, of the parish of St. Martin's in the Fields, Midd. Lands beside Wyndmylhyll in Clerkenwell parish, Midd. Clerkenwell. 24 Feb.
71Ric. Cotton. Lands within Selby lordship, Yorks; on surrender of a 20 years' lease (recited) to him and Alice his wife, dec., by Selby abbey, 16 Dec. 20 Hen. VIII. 4 June.
71bRobt. Clerke. Tenement in Gysborne and lands in Hoton beside Gysborne. Yorks. Gysborne. 18 Jan.
72Wm. Smythe, of London. Tyngrethe manor, Beds., parcel of the lands of the late earl of Kent and of Ampthill honour. Also a watermill called le Tyled Myll, in Grenefelde in Flytte parish, Beds.,—Woborne. 23 Sept.
72bThos. Noke. Tithes of Hatfelde Regis rectory with the tithe barne in Hatfelde, Essex; on surrender of crown lease of 20 Nov. 28 Hen. VIII. 8 April.
73Hen. Carlyle, of Newham, Yorks. Eight messuages there Whytbye. 26 Feb.
74Wm. Fermerye, of Raynyngton alias Raynton, Yorks. Two messuages there. St. Leonard's, York. 5 July
74bJohn Armitage, of Adle, Yorks. Tenement in Bramhope and one in Adle. Kurkstall. 14 Nov.
75Sir John Caundysshe. Lands and tenements in Epworthe, Bylton, Ouston, Axhay and Crowle and the Isle of Axholme, Linc., which the late monastery of Woode within the said Isle held by copy of court roll and at will of Edw. earl of Derby, according to the custom of Epworthe manor. 4 April. In English.
76bJohn Reymes, of London, merchant. Aldermanburye rectory, London. Elsyngspittell. 13 Dec.
77Wm. Thynne. Mansion and lands in and near Stoneham next Dartforde, Kent; on surrender of a 13 years' lease (recited) to Robt. Dove, by Dartmouth nunnery, 8 June, 25 Hen. VIII. 13 April.
79Thos. Cheke. Meadow called Redmeade in Arreton parish, with tithes of Marston, Westanton and Rowcley, I. of Wight; on surrender of a 20 years' lease (recited) by Quarr abbey, Lady Day, 16 Hen. VIII. 9 May.
79bWm. Key, of Grestwayte, Yorks. Messuages there within Topcliff lordship. Earldom of Northumberland. 6 May.
80Robt. Rey. Thos. Rey, junior, and Thos. Rey medium alias Thos. Rey mydelmost. Fourth part of Horton grange, parcel of Horton lordship, Nthld. Newmynster. 23 April.
80bThos. Neudyke, of Hoton upon Darwyn, Yorks. Three tenements in Hapton and Barough, Yorks. Ellerton. 10 May.
81Sir Robt. Hussey. The "Mere tithe" of Wadyngton town, Linc.; on surrender of a 21 years'lease (recited) to John Wilson, of Navenby, by St. Katharine's priory, Lincoln, 27 March 19 Hen. VIII. 24 April.
82Wm. Barowcloughe. Lands in Crofton, Yorks. St. Oswald's. 12 June.
Thos. Whiteheade. Tithes in Warmouthe within the Bpric. of Durham which belonged to the late cell of Warmouthe. Durham priory. 4 June.
82bThos. Chyppyngdale. Three messuages in Wyntersett, Yorks. St. Oswalds. 31 May.
83Thos. and Wm. Almon. Lands in Marflete in Holdernes and Bilton, Yorks. Ferebie., 12 June.
83bWm. Brabyn, of Sutton, Yorks. Two cottages there. Marton priory. 16 June.
84John Loftehowse. Lands beside Rippon, parcel of Sharrowe manor, Yorks. Edw abp. of York. 28 June.
84bRobt. Bullocke, clk. Chapel of Thorneton alias Temple Thorneton, Nthld., with watermill, &c., there, which belonged to Mount St. John preceptory, Yorks. St. John's of Jerusalem. 12 July.
John Nottynghame. Messuage in Paunesthorpe, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 15 July.
85Simon Barwithe. Tenement in Scamston, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 15 July.
85bJohn Hygges, of Westham, Essex. Eleven acres of land beside Stratford Langthorne abbey; on surrender of a 21 years' lease (recited) to Robt. Nelson, by Stratford Langthorne abbey, 11 Oct. 17 Hen. VIII. 20 June.
87Ralph Leke, Grestewhayte, Yorks. Messuage and cottage there within Topclif parish, Yorks, purchased from the abp. of York. 20 Sept.
87bNic. Herbert, of Skypwith, Yorks. Wygenholmes close in Wheldrike, Yorks.; on surrender of a 31 years' lease (recited), to Roland Herbert and John and Richard his sons, by Fountains abbey, 5 July 13 Hen. VIII. 20 April.
88bWm. Armett, of le Frith, Staff. Messuages there within Leke manor. Delacres, 10 March.
89John Banester. Grain rents in Preston, Estchirton, Whitley, Monkeseyton, Morton, Earesden and Bakworthe, Nthld. Tynemouth. 12 Feb.
89bGeorge Leyton, of London. Lands in Gisburne town, Yorks. Gisburne. 20 April.
90Roger North. Tithes of Tykhyll rectory, Yorks. St. Oswald's. 28 Sept.
Folios 91 and 94 are blank, 92 and 93 wanting.
95Miles Forrest. Grain rent from the farmer of Berysted manor in Yaxley, Hunts. 4 Nov.
John Ratclyff, of Tallentyer, Cumb. Tithes there, parcel of Brydkyrke rectory. Gysborne. 20 Dec.
Robt. Roger, of Cukrygge, Yorks. Tenement within Cukrygge manor with a close called the Intake there. Kyrkestall 14 Nov.
95bJohn Hollyns, Wm. Deane and Brian Deane, of Horsforthe, Yorks. Three messuages there. Kyrkestall. 14 Nov.
96bJohn Burges, of London, M.D. Grain rents of Quenyburgh rectory payable under two 31 years' leases by St. Mary's abbey, Leicester, viz. 6 Nov. 8 Hen. VIII. to Thos. Thorpe and others (named), and 12 Jan. 27 Hen. VIII. to Sir John Vyllers in reversion. 7 Jan.
97Ric. Hollyns, Ric. Smyth, Thos. Ferrour, and Wm. Hollyns, of Horsforth, Yorks. Four messuages there. Kyrkestall. 14 Nov.
97bJohn Dawson and Alice Powell, widow, of Ecoppe, Yorks. Tenement in Ecopp and cottage in Berdesey, Yorks Kyrkestall. 14 Nov.
98Sir Edw. Grey, lord Powys. Strata Marcell priory, co. Montgomery, with lands in Welchepoole parish. 27 Dec.
98bJohn Colthurste, of London. Canon mill in Southpetherton manor, Soms.—Brewton; also a messuage in Grendell manor, Devon,—Torre. 20 Nov.
99Jas. Hall, of York. Tithes of Langton within the Bpric. of Durham, a messuage, &c., in Bolton upon Swall and another in Whorleton within the lordship of Barner Castell, Yorks. St. Mary's, York. 20 Feb.
99bWm. Grene, of Heyle, Wilts. Tenement called the Tower of Benwell, parcel of Benwell manor, Nthld. Tynnmouth. 20 Feb.
100Wm. Plonte, of Frithe, Staff. Tenement and fourth part of a mill there within Leke lordship. Delacres. 10 March.
100bThos. Rawlins, of Stecheworthe, Camb. Grain rent from the farmer of Water Newton manor, Hunts. Thorney. 20 Nov.
117John Hyde, of Swyneflete, Yorks. Swyneflete manor, and lands there and in Redenys and Whytgyfte, Yorks. St Mary's, York. 27 April.
117bChr. Screvyn, of Hanslopp, Bucks. Lands in Hanslopp lordship, parcel of Warwick Lands and of Grafton honour, 11 May.
118Ric. Wake, of London. Several messuages, &c., in St. James's End and Duston beside Northampton. St. James's, Northampton. 7 May.
118bRalph Halsall, of Heyton, Staff. Tenement there. Dieulacrez. 5 May.
119Ric. Fernyhalygh. Messuage in Heyton in Leeke parish, Staff. Dieulacres. 5 May.
119bEdw. Hungerford, Farm in Welford parish, Berks; on surrender of a 39 years' lease (recited) to Joan Woodward, widow, and Thos. Woodward, by Abingdon abbey, 20 Oct. 20 Hen. VIII. Undated.
120bJas. Ferrar of Hessewell, Dham. Tenement there. Durham monastery. 8 May.
121Wm. Roke of Westham, Essex. Certain land and marsh in Trinity Marsh there; on surrender of a 31 years' lease (recited) by Stratford Langthorne abbey, 10 Nov. 8 Hen. VIII. 24 May.
122Robt. and John Jackeson. Messuage, windmill, &c., in Tyrryngton, Yorks. Marton. 10 May.
122bAgnes Bagger, widow, and Wm. Coote, her son. Bygnor farm; on surrender of a 21 years' lease (recited), to John Bagger, by Wm. earl of Arundel, 20 Sept., 17 Hen. VIII. 26 May.
123Ric. Vavesour. 29 Jan. 36 Hen. VIII. See Vol. XX., Part I., p. 685.
123bRobt. Chester. Grain rent due from Robt. Emmottes, under a sixty years' lease of Hallywell manor, Hunts., made by Ramsey abbey. 24 Oct. 27 Hen. VIII. 2 Dec.
Thos. Eiston, of Lacok, Wilts. Tithes in Esthenred, Berks. Abingdon. 16 Nov.
124Thos. Bridges, of Corneburie, Oxon. Woods in Bruerne parish, Oxon. Bruerne. 20 Nov. Geo. Gates, Wm. Hammonde, Wm. Grenesmyth, and Robt. Hammonde. Land in Hampton, Midd., which formerly formed parcel of the North park there. 14 April.

Footnotes

1 See Vol. XIV. Pt. ii. No. 812, which is probably of this year.
2 Jehan de Poco, the guide. See No. 941.
3 Preferred by Mr. Gate.
4 Preferred by Mr. Secretary Paget.
5 Preferred by Mr. Secretary Peter.
6 Preferred by Mr. Gate.
7 Dated at Westminster. In this abstract the day of the month appears in parentheses before the reference to the part and membrane of the Patent Roll 38 Hen. VIII.
8 Cancelled because renewed to him under date 12 Feb. 37 Hen. VIII.