Deeds: C.1901 - C.2000

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C.1901 - C.2000

[Leic] C. 1901. Conveyance by Richard, son of William Mallore, of Kirkebi, to the hospital of the Holy Trinity without Northampton, and the brethren there, of land in Kirkebi, viz. in Broefurlong part abutting on Smalthirnes, at Kantelowe, at Beccesiche, on Cotenpittes, and adjoining Torbrode; in exchange for land between Rodholm and Babbemor which Gervase de Sutton and others (named) held in pledge of the grantor for seven years from Michaelmas next after the election of H[ugh] de Welles to the bishopric of Lincoln, at the expiration of which term the brethren shall have the last named land, and the land hereby granted to them shall revert to Richard [c. A.D. 1210]. Witnesses:—Henry, son of Peter, Richard Gubiun, and others (named).
[Linc.] C. 1902. Sale by Henry de Imingham, merchant, burgess of Grimesby, to Walter de Houtona, clerk, and Agnes his wife, of a yearly rent of 6d. out of a messuage in Grimsby, in Westgate at Ludelau, and of all his right in the said messuage. Witnesses:—William the clerk, mayor of Grimesby, Richard Brisebanc, Richard Dicot, bailiffs, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Linc.] C. 1903. Grant by Alice daughter of Thomas son of Nicholas de Normanby, to Robert Webster of Ouresby, of a toft in Osselby and land abutting on Stanfurglags. Sunday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, A.D. 1267.
[Essex.] C. 1904. Grant by Ralph son of Lewis to Robert Gubiun, of land in the parish of Fobbing, in a field called 'Le Were.' Witnesses:—Master Geoffrey de Burested, Thomas de Fering, and others (named).
N'hamp. C. 1905. Grant in frank almoin by Simon son of Peter de Buketona, to the brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, of a yearly rent of 12d., out of his capital house in Buketon and from land which Isolda his daughter held. Witnesses:—Sir Walter, son of Alexander, Simon Flamang, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal, much injured.
[Worc. ?] C. 1906. Release by David de Felda and Matilda his wife, relict of Robert de Hanlegc, to Hugh de la Wodecrofte, of all their right in the said Matilda's dower in land, in Hanlege. Witnesses:—William de Solle, Geoffrey de Credelega, and others (named). Fragments of two seals.
Devon. Dorset. C. 1907. Release by Robert Salman, of Monke Ochampton, 'squyer,' to Edward Hirdynges, of Wynterborne Stupelton, and Richard Hirdynges, of the same, of all actions. Monday before St. James the Apostle, 16 Henry VI.
[ ] C. 1908. Grant by Simon, son of Simon Bonvalet, to Hugh son of John Tyrin (?), of land in the fields of Stretton, in a tillage called 'Rondulfeswode.' Wednesday after St. Bartholomew the Apostle. A.D. 1260.
[N'hamp.] C. 1909. Grant by Robert de Novo Burgo, son of Roger de Novo Burgo, to the hospital of the Holy Trinity by Northampton, and the brethren there, of the mill of his town of Wolaveston (Wollaston). Witnesses:—Walter de Baskervile, Seer de Wolaveston, Richard Mallore, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Middx.] C. 1910. Grant by Nicholas de Basinge and Isabella his wife, to William de Dunolm' and Sabina his wife, of a moiety of a void plot of land in the ward of Simon de Hadestok, adjoining the church of St. Michael's, Queenhithe (de Ripa Regine), stretching from Trinity Lane to Sporuneslane. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh son of Otho, warden of London, Robert de Cornhull and Thomas de Basinge, bailiffs, Simon de Hadestok, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [55 Henry III.] Two seals, injured.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings Court of London, Monday the morrow of the Invention of Holy Cross, 55 Henry III.
[Norf.] C. 1911. Grant by Nicholas Grove of Stratton, to Sir William de Senges, son of Sir Richard de Senges, of a messuage and croft in Senges, abutting on the highway called 'Ettesgate,' and a piece of land in Ettesmere, land called 'Stanpittes,' and land in Mundham by the mill of Henry de Senges. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard de Senges, John de Lodnes, William de Hages, Geoffrey de Toftes, Alan de Mundham, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Lanc.] C. 1912. Agreement between Richard son of Geoffrey de Chippyn, and Gilbert son of Paulinus de Wedacre and Godythe his wife, compromising a suit between them brought before Sirs Walter de Elyun, John de Hocton, Peter de Chester, and William de Northburge, justices in Eyre at Lancaster, concerning a messuage and land at Inscyp and the twelfth part of a mill there: the parties execute mutual conveyances of moieties of the premises, and give mutual rights of pre-emption in case of sale by either party. Gilbert and his wife also grant to the said Richard all their right in Katreale. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard le Botiller, Henry de Le, Adam de Hocton, and others (named). 56 Henry III.
[Wilts.] C. 1913. Grant by William Bewshyn, esquire, to Richard Beauchamp, bishop of Salisbury, William, earl of Arundel, Richard Chokke and Roger Tocotes, knights, William Newton, rector of Edyngdon, John Wroghton and Henry Longe, esquires, Hugh Pavy, clerk, and Nicholas Hall, esquire, of all his goods and chattels. 20 October, 49 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.] C. 1914. Release by William, son of Henry de Sancto Johanne, of Boketon, to the master and brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, of all his right in lands in Boketon (Boughton), which Agnes de Dodeford formerly had of the gift of the late Ralph, rector of the church of Bokinton, in consideration of receiving two loaves of white bread a week from the said hospital and one loaf of squires' bread (panem ad armigerum). Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Hakilton, knight, Sir William de Sadinton, burgess of Leicester, and others (named). [c. A.D. 1265.]
[N'hamp.] C. 1915. Release by William, son of Henry de Sancto Johanne, of Boketon, to the master and brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, of all his right in three loaves of bread which he received weekly from the said hospital in consideration of his release of land in Boketon (Boughton). St. Katherine's day, A.D. 1265.
[Berks.] C. 1916. Grant by Randulph le Horsleche, to Robert de Erpeham and Joan his wife, of land in Iggeflod' Belet, to the west of 'la Muleweye,' adjoining land which belonged to Roger de Calddefelde; also a croft in the same, and land which Hugh the miller (molendinarius) formerly held in farm under Calddefelde. Witnesses:—Walter le Manssel, John Belet, of Eneburne, and others (named).
[Linc.] C. 1917. Bond by which Robert de Casthorp, Robert Crisping, Thomas son of Roger, William Warde, John de Herford, and John son of Thomas, all of Athelington, enter into recognisances before John de Trehampton, sheriff of Lincoln, for the good behaviour of Henry, son of Robert de Casthorp, of Athelington, whom the King has pardoned, &c. Monday before Midsummer day, 10 Edward III. Fragments of four seals.
[Herts.] C. 1918. Grant by Henry de le Brocly, of Westmeln', to Sir Thomas de . . . . . and Lucy his wife, of a croft formerly belonging to John Bonehund in the parish of Westmeln' (Westmill), adjoining a tillage called 'Noreysescroft,' and the highway to London. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Melkeleye, Richard de Gatesbury, knights, and others (named). Damaged.
[Linc.] C. 1919. Bond by which William Rybred, Richard son of Simon, William son of Reginald, Bartholomew Sewale, Thomas Thurger, and John Rybred, of Spalding, enter into recognisances before John de Trehampton, sheriff of Lincoln, for the good behaviour of William, son of Bartholomew Sewale, of Spalding, whom the King has pardoned. Monday before St. Botolph, 10 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.
[Staff.] C. 1920. Grant by John son of William de Wrime, to Gregory son of William son of Gregory, of land in Ravenshalf, to hold of the chief lord of Betiley. Witnesses:—William son of Gregory, John de Thyknes, bailiffs of Betileyg' (Betley), and others (named). Wednesday after the Assumption, A.D. 1318.
[Herts.] C. 1921. Grant by Nicholas le Mestere, of Westmelne (Westmill), to Thomas de Leukenore, son and heir of Sir Nicholas de Leukenore, knight, of a sheepfold with threshing-floor and land, by the churchyard of Westmelne. Witnesses:—Robert de Melkele, and others (named). Damaged.
[Bedf.] C. 1922. Grant by Simon Wilsehamstede, of Dunstapule, to Simon Umfrey, Thomas Laurance, William Ferley, and Simon Wythtawer, of the same, of all, his lands, tenements and goods in the field or town. Sunday the Translation of St. Edward, king and martyr, 18 Richard II. Seal of arms.
[Herts.] C. 1923. Release by Alice, late the wife of John le Wymppelwebbe, of Packeresende by Long Merston, to Adam, son of Adam Tredegold, of all her right in part of a messuage in Packeresende. Merston, Mid Lent Sunday, 18 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.] C. 1924. Grant by William de Ebroycis, of the moor, to Richard le Brut, of Ja Falde, of a moiety of his ditch at Suthiams. Witnesses:— Thomas de Marisco, Walter de Rughebur', and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.] C. 1925. Grant by Ralph son of Adam de Wawtforde, to John his son, of land in the manor of Sulihull at Schordemor, and four ridges in the field of Gardin in Crawewellefelde, in Piriefeld, and extending to the spring of Dunepol. Witnesses:—Adam de Bireches, of Elton, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.] C. 1926. Grant by Matilda daughter of Roger de Lechebroca, to Ralph son of Nicholas, of land in Rutherfeld, which Walter Pippard gave to Roger her father; for which grant Ralph has paid 20 marks and engaged to support one of her children. Witnesses:—Thomas de Hammagrava, Roger Le Bretun, and others (named).
[Glouc.] C. 1927. Confirmation by Robert son of Walter de Amenel, of a grant by Reginald de la Leie, his tenant, to Jordan de Cirecestre, of land which the said Reginald held of the said Robert in Amenel (Ampney), lying opposite to land of John Bret in Gerston; Jordan paying to him 2s., to his wife Matilda 6d., and to George his heir 4d. Witnesses:—William and Peter de Egeswurthe, William Noel of the Exchequer (de Scaccario), and others (named). Fragments of two seals.
[Wilts.] C. 1928. Grant by Gilbert, vicar of Remmesburi, and Thomas de Lidierd, chaplain, to Roger de Calstone and Laurence his son, and the latter's children, of messuages, lands, &c., in Somerfelde in the parish of Remmesburi (Ramsbury), and 8s. rent; with remainder to Roger, brother of the said Laurence, in tail. Witnesses:—Sirs Hildebrand de London, Robert de Hungerford, knights, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 8 Edward III.
[Middx.] C. 1929. Sale by Adam called 'le Brok' and William de Enefeld, executors of the will of Roger de Amyens, cordwainer (allutarii), to Robert de Westmonasterio, cordwainer, of two shops in Corveyserestrate in the parish of St. Mary-le-Bow (de Arcubus), between the path to the church on the north and the said Robert's shop on the south. Witnesses:— Sir William son of Richard, mayor of London, Adam Brunyng and Henry de Coventre, sheriffs, John Norman, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [44 Henry III.]
Endorsed: Memorandum of reading at the Hustings Court of London. Monday before St. Edmund, king and martyr, 44 Henry III. 'Kordewanerstrate.'
[Essex.] C. 1930. Grant by Anger, son of William Hamund, to Adam, son of Walter Suman, of land in Elmedun, in the field of Frithewude, in exchange for land in the three fields of Helmedun. Witnesses:—William de Sumery, Rembald de Chesewic, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Norf.] C. 1931. Grant by Nicholas Chancehose, of Baketune, to Peter son of John de Haninges, of land at Qualehil, abutting westward on the high road leading from Wittune heath to Haninges. Witnesses:—William de Wybrigge, William de Gimingham, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Bedf.] C. 1932. Grant by Simon Wylshamstede, alias Baxstere, of Dunstaple, to John Reyner, alias Osteler, of the same, of a croft in the south street of Dunstaple and land adjoining. Monday before St. Laurence the Martyr, 22 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.] C. 1933. Grant by Richard son of Simon, with consent of Agnes his wife, to William, son of Adam Agnel, of land in Hamelamsted (Hemel Hempstead), which Ralph son of Emma held, and which the said Richard bought of Gilbert, son of William Stiward. Witnesses:—Ralph Chaineduit, Geoffrey de Childewich, and others (named). Twelfth century. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.] C. 1934. Grant by Richard, son of William Svetyng, of Aketun, to John de Hude[bo]vil, of a hedge and ditch (fovea) in Acton, abutting on the lane of Margery le Hauberger, for half a mark and the herbage of a lane lying by Richard's land. Witnesses:—William de Feypo, Robert de Wandigf', and others (named).
[N'hamp.] C. 1935. Grant in frank almoin by John de Chanceles, son of Gion de Chanceles, and Margery his wife, to the brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Norhanton' (Northampton), of land in Hanewellcslade, in the fields of Norhanton, and land in Trewedaleslade, &c. Witnesses:— Odo the chaplain of Gattinton, William Tylli, of Norhamton, and others (named).
[ ] C. 1936. Grant by Thomas de Engelfeld, to Michael Hegfeld, of land in Greyehonelond, of which part lies in Kolcmeres furlang, part in 'la dene,' and part in Homefeld. Witnesses:—William Morin, John de Oylli, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
Bedf. C. 1937. Grant in frank almoin by Margery de Pateshull, late the wife of Walter de Pateshull. to the hospital of Holy Trinity without Norhampton, and the brethren there, of homages and services in Crawele, and Bereford. Witnesses:—Jordan le Enveise, Hugh de Britevill, and others (named).
[Berks.] C. 1938. Grant by Gilbert de Briteignol, to Ralph de Helme, of land in Sandun, and of liberty to have a hundred and fifty sheep, fourteen cattle, &c., on his pasture, and pannage in Helme wood, &c. Witnesses:—Robert Bloet, Edward the knight (milite), and others (named). Twelfth century.
[Middx.] C. 1939. Receipt from Richard de Colebrok and Cristiana his wife, to Thomas Morice for 112s., which the said Thomas owed for land held of them for seven years from Michaelmas, 8 Edward III. Stepenhuthe, Monday after Whit Sunday, 9 Edward III. French. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.] C. 1940. Grant by Adam son of Peter de Hornynghe, to Stephen son of H . . . de . . ., dyer, of land in Dilham. Witnesses:— Philip de Wrthester, and others (named). Seal.
[York.] C. 1941. Grant by Robert de Hoderod, to Baldewyn del Hill, and Margery his wife, of an assart called 'Godewynrod,' in Thurleston, and of land and wood by the water of Done. Witnesses:—William de Sayvil, Laurence de Burton, and others (named).
[Warw.] C. 1942. Grant by Henry Hamund, of Solihulle, to Roger, son of Roger le Walkere, and to Margery, Henry's daughter, of a burgage in Solihulle, which Henry bought of Simon de la Coppe, of Longedon, adjoining the high street of Solihulle. Friday before the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 31 Edward I.
[Warw.] C. 1943. Conveyance by Richard atte Birches, chaplain, of Solyhulle, to Sir Richard de Caldeford, parson of the church of Burthebery, of land, &c., in Solyhulle, for his life, except a close called 'Chendelond,' lately given by him to Sir Robert de Fynchale, parson of the church of Elmedon; with remainder to Thomas de Caldeford and Margery his wife in tail, and remainder to the right heirs of the said Margery. Saturday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 41 Edward III.
[Warw.] C. 1944. Grant by Henry le Hare, to Henry, son of Ranulf le Hare his brother, of a virgate of land which Jordan de Whiteacre gave to the grantor in Elmedon. Witnesses:—William le Brun. Adam de Olton, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.] C. 1945. Grant by Thomas de la Hegge, to Robert Petifer, of land in West Hyde in the parish of Luyton. Witnesses:—Geoffrey son of Aylmar, and others (named).
[ ] C. 1946. Grant by Roger the shoemaker (sutor), to William Aübin, of the right to have a gutter upon the said Roger's wall, between their chambers towards the street. 23 Henry III.
[Norf.] C. 1947. Grant by Richard son of Thomas de Brinton, to Emma de Clera, of the site of a windmill, and land on which it stands. Witnesses:— Hugh, parson of Brinton, Thomas de Suham, and others (named).
[Linc.] C. 1948. Bond by which Geoffrey del Botelrie, John Spicer, Richard son of Matilda, Henry Godale, Godfrey del Aumerye and Matthew son of Reginald, all of Spalding, enter into recognisances before John de Trehampton, sheriff of Lincoln, for the good behaviour of John del Srnythy, of Spalding. Monday before St. Botulph, 10 Edward III. Fragments. of two seals.
[Derby.] C. 1949. Conveyance by Robert de Mackeney, to William de Mackeney, of a meadow in Mackeney called 'Buricroft,' to hold for five crops from the feast of St. John the Baptist, 37 Henry III. Witnesses:— John de Sottewell, and others (named).
[Bedf.] C. 1950. Grant by Robert de Broi, of Blechesho (Bletsoe), to the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, of a place and close in Blechesho with pasture for their cattle. Witnesses:—Robert son of Ralph de Bolchurst, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Heref.] C. 1951. Grant by Agnes daughter of Reginald Russel of Hereford, to William, son of Thomas Russel, of 7s. 6d. yearly rent in Hereford, in Wydemarcslrcte, issuing out of the tenement of John de Ledebury and Anabilla his wife. Witnesses:—John Pride, bailiff of the bishop, and others (named).
[Bucks.] C. 1952. Release by Robert do Wode Eton, to Alianora de Ewelle, Geoffrey Neyrnuft, and William Neyrnult, of all his right in lands in Kynggesseye which formerly belonged to Simon de Bulebeckes. Witnesses:—Sir John Neyrnuft, Sir William de Saunterdon, knights, and others (named). Saturday before St. Gregory the Pope, 33 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.] C. 1953. Grant by Stephen de Hanvyle, to John le Kynge, of Hungerford, and Matilda his wife, of land in Godyngflod, which the said John formerly held of the gift of Richard Aylward, stretching upon 'la Godedon'; also 2d. yearly rent issuing out of part of the premises. 24 February, 21 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Linc.] C. 1954. Letter of attorney by John son of Richard de Jerdebureh', and Elizabeth his wife, authorising Peter de Thornaco (?) to deliver seisin to Sir Adam de Welle, of lands, &c., in Bradele. Holme, St. Thomas' day, 2 Edward II.
[Camb.] C. 1955. Defeasance of a bond for the repayment of 200l. by Thomas Ormond to Anne Boleyn, widow; witnessing that the feoffees (named) of his manor of Swavesey, are to allow the said Anne to receive 60l. a year out of the premises, until the said debt is paid. If the said Thomas dies before the debt is paid, the feoffees are to allow William Boleyn, son and heir of the said Anne, and husband of Margaret, daughter of the said Thomas, to receive a moiety of the rents &c., in right of his wife, the said Anne to receive the other moiety till her debt is paid. 26 February, 20 Edward IV. English. Cancelled.
[Dorset.] C. 1956. Demise by John Cripce and William Rakerayne, treasurers of the borough of Brideport, to William Olyver and Joan his wife, and Alice and Elizabeth their daughters, of a cottage in Kyllynggeslane, [Bridport], for their lives. Witnesses:—Richard Burgh, one of the bailiffs (Thomas Stockefysh, the other bailiff, being dead), and others (named). Michaelmas day, 14 Edward IV.
[Warw.] C. 1957. Defeasance of a bond by Alan Waldeyene, and John Botiler, of Shistoke, to Robert de Leycroft for 40l., witnessing that the bond is to be void if Thomas de la Roche, who is beyond seas, shall, on his return, release to the said Robert all his right in lands and tenements in Merston Cuyly with which the said Thomas had enfeoffed the said Alan and John, &c. Saturday after St. Peter and St. Paul, 18 Richard II. Fragments of two seals.
[Oxford.] C. 1958. Release by John de Aldeswell, to John de Alveton and Nichola his wife, of all his right in lands, &c., in the town and parish of Mungewell. Oxford, 7 January, 5 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.] C. 1959. Demise by John Wodard of Solihull, to William de Brochurst, chaplain, of two fields called 'Paternoster lond,' in Shelleye. Sunday after the Purification, 43 Edward III.
[York.] C. 1960. Grant by William Sclatter, of Schadwelle, to William Belle, of Cuthwrth (Cudworth), of a yearly rent of 1d. out of a messuage and land in Cuthwrth, which Thomas Lucke had of the grant of William de Secroft. Pontefract, Saturday the eve of Holy Trinity, A.D. 1333.
[ ] C. 1961. Release by Bartholomew Lamsprynge, to Henry, duke of Exeter, Anne, duchess of Exeter, Richard Caudray and Thomas Mannyng, clerks, of all actions. 18 December, 29 Henry VI.
[Wilts.] C. 1962. Release by Henry le Hert, of Devizes, to William le Dean, of Ereheffonte, and Agnes his wife, of all his right in a messuage in Suth Brom by Devizes, saving a yearly rent of 12d. Sunday after the Ascension, 2 Edward III.
[Herts.] C. 1963. Release by Cristina, late the wife of John Brian, of Dunstaple, widow, to Thomas Duraunt, of the same, of all her right of dower in land in Ikenesworth (Kensworth), stretching southward along the road from Dunstaple to 'le Donne' of Ikenesworth. St. Peter and St. Paul's day, 28 Edward I.
[Middx.] C. 1964. Release by Matilda, late the wife of Robert Rose, formerly citizen and fishmonger of London, and sometime wife of Richard Toky, citizen and fishmonger of the same, to Richard Coksete, of Rouchestre, co. Kent, barber, and Joan his wife, Matilda's daughter, sister and heiress of Roger Toky, who was son and heir of the said Richard Toky, of all her right in a yearly rent of 53s. 4d. issuing out of a brewhouse tenement called 'le Dolphyn upon le hoop,' with a shop, &c., in the parish of St. Magnus by London Bridge, which the said Roger gave to the said Matilda and Robert Rose her late husband. 24 February, 23 Henry VI.
[Norf.] C. 1965. Grant by Roger Parchus, of Bestune (Beeston), to William, son of Sir William de Stallam, knight, of land in Bestune. Witnesses:— Richard de Burwode, Adam Jowet, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Warw.] C. 1966. Agreement between William, son of Thomas atte Birches, of Solihull, Thomas son of Richard de Bockemor, of the same, and the said Richard, as to the possession of all the lands, &c, which John Davy, of Elmedon, chaplain, held by feoffment of the said Richard, and of a meadow called 'le Whitemersh,' &c. Witnesses:—Sir Robert atte Orchard, chaplain, and others (named) Solihull, Saturday after the Conception, 9 Edward III.
[York.] C. 1967. Grant by Stephen Moge, chaplain, of Wath, to Thomas Bell, of Cotworth (Cudworth), and Alice his wife, of all his lands and tenements in Cotworth, which he had of the gift of the said Thomas Bell, St, Helen's chapel, Monday after St. Barnabas the apostle, A.D. 1346.
Oxford. Berks. C. 1968. Receipt from William Norys, to Thomas Stonore, esquire, late the sheriff of the counties of Oxford and Berks, for 110s. 2½d., in part payment of 9l. 2s. 6d., being an annuity of 6d. a day granted to him by the king for life. 21 January, 35 Henry VI.
[Wilts.] C. 1969. Release and surrender by Michael Skillyng, John Roulond, and John Bays, to Matilda de Holbech, late the wife of William de Holbech, Henry Bracle, rector of the church of Fitelton, and William Hocklyre, of all their right in the manor of Fitelton, the advowson of the church there, and in lands, and services of tenants, &c., in Fitelton, Northtudeworth, Combe, and Hakenestone. 17 May, 2 Richard II. Fragments of two seals.
Berks. C. 1970. Defeasance of a bond by Sir Thomas Maundevyll the younger, knight, to Thomas Catewy, of the county of Berks, for 160l., to be paid in London, in the church of St. Albans, Woodstreet, at Easter next, witnessing that the bond is to be void if Sir Thomas and Anne his wife levy a fine to Thomas Catewy and Joan his wife, of the manor called 'Michiels court,' in the town of Borewardescote, and of the advowson belonging thereto. 2 April, 49 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[York.] C. 1971. Grant by Baldwin del Hil, to Richard son of Simon de Langeside, of an assart of land and meadow at Eckelholes, within the boundaries of Thurleston, adjoining the way leading to the moor, abutting westward towards Theveschawebrock. Witnesses:—Thomas de Heselheved, Adam Russel, and others (named).
[Leic.] C. 1972. Release by Christiana, late the wife of Thomas Mallore, of Kyrkeby, to the master and brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Norehamton, of all her right of dower, &c., in lands which they hold of the gift of Richard Mallore, father of the said Thomas, in Kyrkeby. Witnesses:—Sirs Anket[il] de Martivas, Adam de Wethelisberne, and Robert de Burstal, William de Eddistona, parson of Nayliston, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[York.] C. 1973. Defeasance of a charter of feoffment made to Sir Thomas de Berneslay, chaplain, by Robert son of Elias the smith (fabri), of Hundeshelff, of an assart of land and wood in Thurgerland called 'le Longintake,' witnessing that the said charter shall be void if Sir Thomas is allowed to enjoy the premises peaceably for twenty years from Martinmas, A.D. 1358. Monday, Christmas eve, A.D. 1358.
[Berks.] C. 1974. Grant by William de Brucenoles, to Herbert de Tanet, rector of the church of Bedewynde, of the marriage and wardship of the heirs of Adam de Helme, and of all the land which Adam held of the grantor in the fee of Sandon. Witnesses:—Richard de Haveringe, steward of the earl of Leicester, and others (named).
[Berks.] C. 1975. Grant by Bartholomew de Westhakebourne, son of Milo de Morton, to John son of Richard Aleyn, of Harewell, of 6s. 8d. yearly rent issuing out of a messuage and land which formerly belonged to William Hikman in Westhakebourn. Monday before the Purification, 9 Edward II.
Memorandum annexed, as to the rent of 'Aleyn ys place' which is holden at a rent of a rose. English.
[Devon.] C. 1976. Release by Thomasia Dynham, relict of Nicholas Dynham, to John Dynham, of all her right in a tenement in Tavystoke, adjoining the highway called 'Mage Lane,' leading from Tavystok to Lamerton, and the highway leading from the pillory of Tavystok to Howrdeweke. 1 September, 5 Henry VIII.
[N'hamp ?] C. 1977. Grant by Reginald de Berkeswelle, to John, son of Adam Sparke, the elder, of a plot of land in the fee of Zerdeleg (Yardley). Thursday in Easter, 17 Edward III.
Berks. Oxford. C. 1978. Bond by Richard Bygge, of Kyngeston, co. Berks, husbandman, John Bygge, labourer, and Thomas Bygge, husbandman, of the same, and John Arnold of Stanlake co. Oxford, 'sherman' (Shireman), to William Newman, and John ap Howell for payment of 10l. at Christmas next. 2 October, 7 Edward IV.
[ ] C. 1979. Bond by John Olyver, clerk, and William Olyver. to John Beatiscombe for 50s. Tuesday after St. Katherine the Virgin, 5 Edward IV. Cancelled.
Camb. Warw. C. 1980. Receipt from John Hore, of Childerley, co. Cambridge, to William Hore, of Ilmedon, co. Warwick, for 11l. 13s. 4d., in part payment of 20l. for which the said William Hore, Thomas Grower, and Robert Willenhale are bound. 8 April, 12 Henry IV.
[Warw.] C. 1981. Grant by John Crueys, parson of the church of Shathewell, to John son of William atte Birches, of Solihull, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of lands, &c., in the parish of Solihull. Witnesses:—William de Brochurst, chaplain, and others (named).
[Bedf.] C. 1982. Grant by Alice, daughter of William Halidai, of Dunstaple, to Simon the tailor (cissori), of the same, of a plot of land with a common way in the south street of Dunstaple, abutting on Watlingestrate. Witnesses:—William Jadde, Richard Inge, and others (named).
[Kent.] C. 1983. Grant by John, son of Richard Clere, to Thomas Colpepir, of a piece of land in Eastfarlegh, by Boyseslane, which John had of the gift of William Bromman, of Westfarlegh. Monday after the Epiphany, 33 Edward III.
[Bucks.] C. 1984. Release by John Cartere, son of William Cartere, of Tyrefeld, to John Walter, of all his right in a messuage with curtilage and garden in Tyrefeld, which were demised to Henry le Cartere, John Cartere's grandfather, and Agnes, Henry's wife, by John atte Wyndyate of Holcoumbe for a hundred and twenty-one years. Monday before the Annunciation, 14 Richard II.
[ ] C. 1985. Demise for eight years by William de Welles, son of John de Welles the elder, to Edmund de Halneford, of Godfrey de Wodleg', his tenant, with the dwelling-house which formerly belonged to Godfrey Russel, and land, rents, and services, &c. 45 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford ?] C. 1986. Grant by John de Henggleveld, to Robert de Harpedene, of a grove called 'Bochisgrove' in Lethisbroc, adjoining Bolurslonde. Witnesses:—Philip Caynel, John de Benefeld, and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Carta de una grava in Rotherfeld.'
[Warw.] C. 1987. Release by Richard le Mason, of Sulihull, chaplain, to Henry Lovot, of the same, and Agnes his daughter, and the heirs of her body, of all his right in a messuage and curtilage in Sulihull which they have of the feoffment of Margery, Richard's mother. Sunday after the Invention of Holy Cross, 22 Edward III.
[Camb.] C. 1988. Demise by Elias de Joneston, rector of St. Mary's, Cambridge, in the diocese of Ely, to Sir Reginald de Langestowe, chaplain, of the diocese of Lincoln, of his church, with all issues and oblations for one year from Michaelmas next, for 28 marks. London, Eve of the Exaltation of Holy Cross, A.D. 1303.
[Sussex.] C. 1989. Grant by Robert Crop, to Nicholas Wynam and Joan his wife, of land at 'la Blakewelle' in the parish of Haylisham, called 'Buddislond,' within the liberty of Pevenese. Thursday the feast of St. Agnes, 43 Edward III.
Essex. Camb. C. 1990. Receipt from William Boleyn and Henry Heydon, knights, to Thomas, earl of Ormond, for 195l. 12s. 0½d., in part payment for the grant of the lordships or manors of Racheford and Fulbourne, 13 February, 2 Henry VII. Signed.
[Wilts.] C. 1991. Grant by Richard de Cumbe, son and heir of Simon de Cumbe, to William de Cumbe and Joan his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of two messuages, curtilages, and land which Richard le Zonge and John Drake formerly held in villenage in Fiteltone. Thursday after the Purification, 18 Edward [I].
[Dorset.] C. 1992. Agreement as to common of pasture for the free men of Pylesdon, viz., Henry, rector of the chapel of the same, Stephen de Pylesdon, Robert the clerk, Lucy de Ponte, Nicholas de Barevile, William le Gardiner, Richard Denebaud, John Tristram, and John de la Yrdde. Each tenant holding a furlong of land is to have pasture for a horse, two oxen, two cows, two heifers, and forty sheep; no one is to pasture cattle in the fields after harvest without the consent of all. Sunday after the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 33 Edward [I]. Seal, and fragments of three seals.
[Middx.] C. 1993. Release by William Huscarl, to Gilbert son of Emma de la Milaunde, of a messuage and land, which the said Gilbert holds by inheritance, and which formerly belonged to Emma his mother in Stebbenhuthe (Stepney). Witnesses:—Richard Pumfreid, Hugh Belebarbe, and others (named).
[Bedf.] C. 1994. Grant by William atte Broke, of Eyton, to William Leef, John Walker, and William Todyngton and Isabella his wife, of a tenement, three crofts and land in Wybsnade, in 'le Nortfeld,' and of two crofts and land in Stodham, one adjoining the wood of the prior of Dunstaple, and the other by Brendhowse grene, part of the land in Reynoldes crofte, and part in Wylkenescrofte. Eve of St. Hugh the bishop, 20 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.] C. 1995. Release by Thomas Brien, to the hospital of the Holy Trinity of Northampton, for 8 marks, of a meadow in Buketon (Boughton) called 'Pachholm', and the ancient fishpond (servorium) of the said town with land which he held of Alexander son of Richard de Buketon adjacent thereto. Witnesses:—Henry son of Peter, Robert de Leicestre, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Leic.] C. 1996. Confirmation by Henry Maulore, of Kyrkeby, son of Thomas Maulore, to the hospital of Holy Trinity by Northampton, and the brethren there, of all which the said brethren ever had in the town of Kyrkeby of the gift of Richard Maulore, Henry's grandfather; grant also to them of the transfer of the service of a chaplain for the grantor's soul from Kyrkeby, and release also of the pasture of Babelmore, from the new ditch between Babelmore and the tillage of Sevenewelles to the ditch of Brakardescote. Witnesses:—Henry, parson of Kyrkeby, William, parson of Pekynton, and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Carta allocat' capell' de Kyrkeby Malory.'
[Herts.] C. 1997. Grant by Alice, daughter of Adam Basseth, of Westrope, and relict of Thomas de Merstone, to Euphemia, late the wife of Jordan Basset, Alice's brother, for 72s. given to her in her great need, of land in Merston. part in 'le Clerekesforlong' and part in 'le brocforlong' &c. Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Merstone, Ralph the clerk of Treng, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Heref.] C. 1998. Release by Walter de Bromfeld, of Maurdyn (Marden), to John, son of Hugh Baudewyn, of land which the said Hugh bought of John le Longge. Friday before St. Luke the evangelist, 10 Edward II.
[Suff.] C. 1999. Grant by Robert de Laneham, son of Robert de Laneham, to Sir Robert de Bures, knight, and Andrew de Bures his son, of all the lands, &c., which the grantor held in Laneham, Cokefelde, Thorpe and Prestone. Saturday after the Purification, 9 Edward II.
[Norf.] C. 2000. Deed poll by which Nicholas de Wermundisworth testifies that at Derby in the iter of the justices before Sir Peter de Thuk, Roger de Draycot, Geoffrey de Dedec. William de Skirbec, Stephen son of John; of Breydiston, Nicholas son of Elyas, Simon son of Robert, Robert son of Richard, Henry son of Robert; of the same, Simon Puger, of Wyvelisthorp, and others, he has done homage and fealty to William Makerel for eight bovates of land which he holds of the said William and Matilda his wife in Breydiston. 53 Henry III.