A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.
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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.
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|[Essex.]||A. 8001. Feoffment by Thomas atte Stanstrat of Borham to John de Dodebrok of the same and Etheldreda his wife of 4½d. rent there from the tenement Roger Mynot held of him. Wednesday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 10 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8002. Letter of intendence by Benedict Goscelin of Borham directing his tenants, John le Herde and Cristina Walsheman his wife and John Bryan, to pay their respective rents of 1d. and 9½d. for their tenements there to John de Dodebrok and Etheldreda his wife. Tuesday the feast of All Saints, 11 Edward II. Seal, broken.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8003. Feoffment by Benedict Goscelin of Borham to John de Dodebrok and Etheldreda his wife of 1d. rent he was used to receive from John le Herde and Cristina Walsheman his wife for their tenement in Borham; and 9½d. rent he was used to receive from John Bryan for his tenement there. Tuesday the feast of All Saints, 11 Edward II. Seal, broken.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8004. Release by John Fisshe of Borham, co. Essex, son and heir of John Fisshe son and heir of John Fisshe to Thomas Ormond, knight, lord Ormond, otherwise called Thomas, earl of Ormond, and Gilbert Talbote, knight, brother of John Talbote, late earl of Shrewsbury, of his right in a toft with buildings and 2a. land adjacent in Borham, between Newehallane leading from the highway to the lordship of Newehalle, land formerly called Dodbrokes now belonging to the said earl, and a croft called Helwys formerly belonging to John Tendryng and now to the said earl; all of which descended to him from his said father. Last day of October, 18 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Derby.]||A. 8005. Grant by Elias (Elys) de Verdoun to Rowland Daneys, his heirs and assigns, of John atte Grene and Robert atte Grene his bond- men (neifs) of Fornewerk with their issue (hissuis), goods and chattels. Fornewerk, the day of St. Martin, 25 Edward III. Witnesses:—Sir Edmund (Emod) de Apelby, Sir Averey de Solfuene, Robert de Salloue, William Daunswers, John Fraunceys, Hugh de Mouskam. French.|
|[Berks.]||A. 8006. Feoffment by William Marshall (marescallus), earl of Pembroke, to Thomas Basset for his homage and service and as one of his household (pro eo quodmecum sit et de familia mea) of 10l. worth of land in his manor of Spenes, to wit a virgate of land which Robert Wigar held of him for 12s.; a half virgate Richard Alvred held for 7s.; a half virgate Randolph le Rous (ruffus) held for 7s.; a half cotland (dimidium cotsettum) Walter le Rous (ruffus) held for 3s. 6d.; all the land Michael Knichred held for 13s. 10d.; the land of John Torstein which he held for 7s.; the land [of] Douding which he held for 22d.; one virgate of land which Richer held of him for 12s.; the land Ernald le Rous (ruffus) held for 5s. 6d.; the foreign land (terram forinsecam) Roger Tailor (tailliator) held for 7s.; a cotland (cotsettum) of land which Nicholas at Hall (de Aula) held for 3s. 10d.; the land Ailwin Starekaire held for 5s. 11d.; the land David Lakeuet and William his brother held for 3s. 10d.; the half cotland (dimidium cotsettum) Richer held for 20d.; the land of Ailwin Long (longi) which he held for 2s. 4d.; the land of Adam Hunfr' and Humphrey (Hunfridi) Young (juvenis) which they held for 12s.; the land Richard Baudri held for 3s.; and of the rent of John at Mill (de molendino) 9d.; and besides, 36a. of land of his demesne in the field called Breche, 8a. in Wycroft, 10a. next the house of Adam de Wika on the south side, 10a. in Eldeland and 20a. in Sortehwet Lande, 16a. in Pincheslad and 41a. in the wood and 25a. both in the meadow and in the pasture except the common pasture; the above lands he gave and granted to the said Thomas together with a whole yoke (caruca) of six oxen (bobus) and two horses (auris) appraised at 60s. and 100 sheep appraised at 30s.; to hold freely &c. by service of one fourth of a knight for all service. Witnesses:—Henry son of Gerold, William de Dofton, John de Erley (Erlega), Jordan de Saukevill, Ralph de Mortimer (Mortuo Mari), Everard de Beuer', Ralph de Nevill, William Jardin, Philip and Simon, clerks.|
A. 8007. Feoffment by Thomas Payn of Pirye in the parish of
Grafham and Richard Baldok of Little Paxton to John Clerk of Pirye the
elder of the parish of Great Stokton of 1a. arable lying dispersed in the
fields of Grafham viz. ½a. on Grafhambrokfurlong between lands of the
prior of Stonlee and of the said John, and ½a. in the tillage (cultura) called
Benetheyewode. Michaelmas, 22 Richard II. Seals.
|[Middx.]||A. 8008. Acquittance by John le Mouner of Wyllesdon and Eleanor his wife to John de Middelton for 40s. the damages (dampnis) adjudged them by assize of novel disseisin before the justices of the King de Banco at Westminster the morrow of St. John the Baptist 5 Edward II. Witnesses:—Richard de Cornehulle and others (named). Willesdon, Sunday after the Apostles Peter and Paul, the said year.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8009. Feoffment by William Beneyt of Springefeld, to Thomas Bernard of Borham and Joan his wife and Richard their son, of a croft of land containing l½a. in Borham between land of the abbot and convent of Waltham Holy Cross and the road from Chelmerford to Great Leghs (Magnam Leygh). Sunday after St. Luke, 2 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Sussex.]||A. 8010. Chirograph, indented, being an agreement between the prior, Albert, and convent of Lewes and master Thurston, rector of the church of Hammes, to wit that whereas the said prior and convent take all the tithes of corn (bladi) from the ancient demesne of Richard de Combe (Cumba) within the bounds of the parish of Hammes the said rector is wont from of old to take one cart-load (carecatam) from the said tithes; for the keeping of peace the said prior and convent shall pay to the rector for the time being 3s. within the octave of St. Michael under penalty of one bezant for the said cartload by the hand of their hospitaller (hospitarii) of Lewes for the time being and shall retain the said tithes without any diminution or contradiction. Sealed by the parties and by master Reginald de Winton, then archdeacon, and Richard, dean of Lewes. Witnesses:—Master Reginald the archdeacon, Sir Richard the dean of Lewes, Geoffrey then chaplain of Hammes, Thomas de Westut, Richard de Bercamp, Richard de la Cumbe, William de Okel, John Coewehain, Ralph Carter (caretario), William the clerk of Horsam. Done in the year from the Incarnation of the Lord 1239, in the month of November.|
|[Leic.]||A. 8011. Release by Gilbert Stori to the prior and convent of Lewes of his right in 8s. 6d. rent in the town of Melton, to wit from Ralph Farrier (ferrario) 3s. 6d. from William son of Guy 3s. and from Helyas 'le tannur' 2s. with further grant to them of whatever they could acquire (poterunt adipisci) in Melton in his name as of his inheritance. Witnesses:—Walter, parson of Melton, John and John, chaplains of Melton, and others (named). Done in the year 1236 in the court of the lord prior of Lewes at Melton.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8012. Feoffment by Ralph de Knapeton and Maud his wife to Richard Puttok of Scrouteby and Isabel Wreyn for a certain sum of money in gersum of a piece of land with buildings in the town of Scrouteby between land of Robert Scort and John Wreyn. Sunday after St. Juliana the Virgin, 3 Edward II.|
|Surrey.||A. 8013. Release by John Vincent of Waltham Holy Cross (sancte crucis) the younger to Richard Vincent his brother of his right in the tenements and lands they jointly acquired (A. 8037) from Marjory and Leticia daughters and heirs of John de la Bare in the parishes of Retherheth and Bermundeseye, co. Surrey, both in the water called 'Breche' and without the water. The feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 2 Edward III.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8014. Release by Cristina de Aldinham to Hamo atte Cherche (de Ecclesia) of Retherhuth of her dower in one third of a curtilage which Adam de Aldinham her late husband sold to him. The day of the Apostles St. Simon and St. Jude 18 Edward [I].|
|[Essex.]||A. 8015. Feoffment by Simon son of Nicholas Tabour of Borham to William atte Mersh, Alice his wife and Emma their daughter of the same of a messuage with buildings in the town of Borham between the messuages of John Gerard of Bockyngge and that late Michael Crips', and abutting on the highway from Chelmersford to Hatfeld Peverel. Sunday after the feast . . . . . 11 Edward III.|
|[Rutland.]||A. 8016. Indenture being a feoffment by Rowland Daneys, knight, to Sir (sire) Nicholas de Staunford, parson of the church of Steandeby, Sir (sire) Richard Daneys his brother, parson of the church of Holcote, Robert de Luffenham and Alexander de Sculthorp of an acre of land in Seyton called 'Glebe acre' with the advowson of the church of Seyton, on trust to reconvey to him at his request or in the event of his prior decease if the King (monsieur le Prince) appropriated and amortized the said acre and advowson to a chapel he the said Rowland had begun to found in the church- yard of the church of our lady of Tykencote, in honour of the Trinity, as heretofore he had promised to do, and did that within [blank] years of his, the said Rowland's decease, at his expense (a les custages monsieur le Prince) that then the said acre and advowson should be given to the King (a monsieur le Prince) as speedily as possible to give appropriate and amortize to the said chapel; but if they were not thus given and amortized within [blank] years, that then the said feoffees should within [blank] years following the said [blank] years sell the same for the best price and distribute for the benefit of his soul by the advice of Sir (sire) Henry de Blakebourne; failing all which within the said term that the said acre and advowson should remain to his right heirs. Witnesses:—Sir (monsieur) Roger Gyneys and Sir John de Basynges, knights, William de Overton, William de Beaufo, Richard de Neville. Done at Tykencote, Monday before St. Simon and St. Jude the Apostles, 35 Edward III. French.|
|[Surrey]||A. 8017. Feoffment by John Jacob of Retherheth to Elias Roussel and Juliana his wife, citizens of London, of 1a. 1 rood arable in the parish of Retherheth in Redene field; rent 12d.; consideration 2 marks. Friday in Whitsun week, 26 Edward I.|
|Surrey.||A. 8018. Chirograph, not indented, being a feoffment by Sarah de Rokesle late the wife of William de Rokesle, citizen of London, to Stephen de Preston, citizen of London, of all her lands &c. in the parishes of Retherhithe and St. Mary Magdalen of Bermundesey, co. Surrey. Witnesses:—Geoffrey ate Churche, Peter Hering, Robert de Barsham, clerk (and six others, apparently men of Rotherhithe) and others viz. (et aliis videlicet) Luke de Haveringe, Stephen de Rokesle, Richard de Dorsete, Roger de Wyndeshores, Hugh de Rokesle and Nicholas de Rokesle, citizens of London. Sunday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 1 Edward II.|
A. 8019. Indenture between Peter de Ovedale, knight, of the one
part and Hugh le Despencer 'le fuiz' of the other, to wit that the said
Peter should serve the said Hugh with ten men at arms for the term of his
life in peace and war in England, Scotland and Wales on receipt of one
month's notice, having his diet for himself and his said men of the said
Hugh; in case of default of such service, or of his being opposed to the
said Hugh, saving the fealty of the King and his father Sir John Dovedale,
that he should pay the said Hugh 400l. in which he was bound to
him by a letter obligatory under his seal, or otherwise the said letter to be
void; further should the said Peter take to wife the lady de Hastinges, the
said Hugh's sister, he should pay the said Hugh 400 marks at the Purifica-
tion then next in which he was similarly bound to him; covenant by Hugh
to assist and advise the said Peter to his utmost, if the said marriage were
not opposed, saving the estate of the King and Sir Hugh le Despencer his
father. London, Monday after the beheading of St. John the Baptist,
10 Edward II. Fragment of seal. French.
Endorsed:—Endenture Pieres de Ouedale, chevaler, de retenaunz.
|[Kent.]||A. 8020. Indenture tripartite being the memorandum of an agree- ment arrived at before S[tephen] cardinal archbishop of Canterbury between the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, and A. vicar of Bixle touching the tithes there.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8021. Indenture between the prior, Ralph, and canons of Bikenacre and master Richard de Badewe, reciting that the prior and canons held a messuage 100a. land 4a. meadow 6a. pasture and 4s. rent in Wodeham Ferrers called Lache Leghes to farm of the said Richard for 5½ marks to be paid him yearly, for the maintenance of a secular chaplain to celebrate for the souls of the said Richard his ancestors and heirs and for the soul of John Ledet in the chapel of the Holy Trinity in the parish church of Great Badewe as in an indenture formerly made between them was more fully contained: Surrender by the said prior and canons, who found themselves on many accounts oppressed by the tenancy of the said farm, of all the said lands &c. to the said Richard saving only to themselves a rent of 42s. therefrom as the gift of the said Richard for a canon as chaplain to celebrate for the souls aforesaid in the chapel of St. Mary within the priory aforesaid, according to the form of an indenture made between them. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh de Blount and Sir Hugh de Badewe, knights, William and John de Clovill, John de Wycombe, John de Purlee and Godfrey Lewold. Dated at West Hanyngfeld, Thursday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 26 Edward III.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8022. Feoffment by Ernald Pride to James Miller (molendinario) of land in the parish of St. Margaret of Sutwerch lying in the marsh between land of his on the west, Robert de Boloin's land on the east, and in length between the Thames and Walter Baker's (pistoris) land; rendering 27d. sterling by half-yearly payments at Michaelmas and Easter; considera- tion 2 marks in gersum. Witnesses:—Robert de Boloin, Paulinas atte Marsh (de marisco), Colemann son of Orgar, Walter Culemain and others (named). Item, it is to be known that the said James gave Leticia his wife 6d. and Alice his daughter 3d. Seal, broken (a beast rampant).|
|Norf.||A. 8023. Bargain and sale by Joan Cullyng, widow, late the wife of Lawrence Cullyng of Bokenham Ferie, co. Norfolk, to John Waterman and Juliana his wife, and his heirs, of a messuage with buildings, a croft and 1½a. land in Bokenham Ferie, between land of Thomas Couper &c., all which she together with her said husband had by the feoffment of Robert Andreson, 29 March, 29 Henry VIII. Dated 20 February, 31 Henry VIII. Seal. Witnesses to livery of seisin endorsed.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8024. Release by Adam de S[t]eyngate, Margaret his wife and John, their son, to Sir Robert le Neuman of Riston, chaplain, of their right in 2a. arable with a messuage which the said Robert acquired of Maud, his sister, in the town of Scrouteby as by her charter of feoffment appeared. Witnesses:—William Clere and others (named). Friday after St. Tyburcius and St. Valerian the Martyrs, 26 Edward I.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8025. Feoffment by Henry Freg to William de Charlton of a moiety of 3 yards land in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen of Bermundesseye lying in Sixacres which he had against John le Luminer (luminarium), ½a. of the said 3 yards lying next land of Thomas de Heyham on the north and one rood next land of the said Thomas on the south and extended on its west head against 'le gretewal' and on its east head in 'le waterweye'; rent 1d. at Easter for all service.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8026. Feoffment by John Moray of Hemmesbi and Margery his wife to John Wylde of Ormesbi and Agnes his wife of a piece of arable in the south field of Ormesbi between land of William Clere and of Norman Spital in Norwich and the highway. Witnesses:—Robert atte Northous and others (named). Monday the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 49 Edward III.|
A. 8027. Confirmation in free pure and perpetual alms to God and
St. Pancras and the monks serving God there by John de Frimlla of his
father Richard de Frimlla's gift of a moiety of the tithes in his demesne
in the town of Ovingedene. Witnesses:—Master Philip de Acle, Philip,
vicar of Rottingedene, and others named.
Endorsed:—Johannis de Friemle de decimis in Owingedena.
|[Norf.]||A. 8028. Release by John son of Henry Rose of Great Yarmouth to Robert Clere of Ormesby and Alice his wife and his heirs of his right in the manor of Burgh of St. Mary in Flegg called 'Stalham Halle' with the advowson of the church of St. Mary of the same town, which manor with the advowson the said Robert and Alice bought of Peter Buxkyn of Fysshele. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Benhale and Sir John de Kailly, knights, and others (named). Ormesby, Monday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 14 Edward III. Seal of arms.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8029. Feoffment by John Paul of Retherheth to William de Rokesle, citizen and corder of London, and Sarah his wife, for their homage and service and 40s. beforehand in gersum of la. arable in the parish of Retherheth, between the land of the prior of Bermundesey called 'le Gore' on the west &c, to hold of the said prior, the chief lord of the fee, by the rent of a rose on the feast of the Nativity of St. John Baptist for all service. Witnesses:—Peter Sarang and others (named). Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8030. Feoffment by William Gures to Simon de Twamnhull and Margery his wife for their faith and fealty of 3d. rent from a meadow in Little Watham between the stream (ripam) on one side and land late of Elias de Ripariis on the other, one head abutting on the meadow of the rector of the church of Little Watham on the north and the other on the meadow of Simon Parker (parcarii) on the south; consideration 2s. in gersum. Witnesses:—Samannus Chaumpeneys and others (named). Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8031. Feoffment by Robert Duraunt to Joan late the wife of Benedict de Cornwall (Cornubia) of 1½a. land in Borham, between land of the abbot of Waltham &c. Sunday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 2 Edward [I]. Seal, effaced.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8032. Counterpart of demise by the king to Robert Crull, clerk, from Michaelmas then last for ten years at 10l. rent of the place with barns (granges) and other buildings thereon and other buildings thereto belonging called 'la daierie' and a dovecot, arable, rents, gardens, meadows, pastures, hedges, ditches and other appurtenances, together with a fishery to the same place belonging called 'le Innerbreche,' which the king had by the gift and grant of Walter Forester, citizen of London, in the parishes of Rotherhethe, Bermondeseye and Grenewyche; there being expressly reserved to the king the hall (sale) with the chambers to the said place belonging, the stables, the barn (grange) between the two great gates (portes) of the said place, the 'utterbreche,' 'druettemerssh' and 'la rode' to the said place belonging; the tenant doing the repairs to his part of the premises and cutting trees for mending the walls of the said place and the Thames; list of stock, with prices, to be replaced, loss by murrain excepted, &c. Westminster, 12 November, 44 Edward III. 'Per billam thesaurarii.' French. Seal.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8033. Indenture, being a feoffment by Hamo (Hamundus) atte Felde (de campo), clerk, to William de Rokesle and Sarah his wife of a house with curtilage which he bought of Adam de Aldreham (sic) in the town of Retherheth in Le Weston, boundaries described; rendering there- for yearly 8½d. to keep a light burning on Sundays and festivals before the altar of St. Katharine the Virgin, in the church of St. Mary of Retherheth; which lamp with its light he thereby gave and assigned (do et assigno) to be forever in the said church for his parents' souls; and rendering to him, his heirs and assigns, a rose on the Nativity of St. John Baptist for all services; with power to the rector of the church of Rotherhithe or to himself and his heirs to distrain, if the lamp ceased to be kept, till God and the church received satisfaction of the said keep; consideration, 45s. beforehand in gersum. Witnesses. Seal.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8034. Feoffment by John de la Gare, citizen of London, to Stephen de Preston, citizen of London, of a messuage, curtilage, &c. which he had by the gift of William atte Cherche of Retherhith, son and heir of Hamo atte Cherche in the parish of St. Mary of Retherheth, in length between the land late Gregory de Rokesle's on the north and the highway on the south, and in width between the land formerly of Adam de Aldenham (sic) and Christina his wife on the east and the land formerly Hamo atte Felde's on the west; also feoffment of a messuage with a curtilage which he had by the gift of William Hamound (sic) atte Cherche son and heir of Hamo (Hamonis) atte Cherche of Retherhith in the said parish, between his tenement on the east, the highway (regiam viam) on the west, Sarah de Rokesle's tenement on the north and the high street (ricum regium) on the south. Witnesses:—Sir John le Latimer, knight, and others (named). Ritherhith, Friday the feast of the Nativity of St. John Baptist, 10 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8035. Feoffment by Robert de Chesewik son of Gilbert de Chesewik of London, to Edmund Lambyn of Chiltern late apprentice of William Lambyn of 2a. meadow in 'the dikedchitenhale' in the marsh of Retherhethe between the highway, the meadow of the prior of Bermundeseye and the meadow of Robert atte Water. Witnesses:—William Ivory, Peter Saryng and others (named). Thursday after the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 2 Edward II. Seal of arms, broken.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8036. Feoffment by Joan late the wife of Benedict de Cornwall (de Cornubia) to Bartholomew de Aldholte, Alice his wife and John their son and his heirs of 3 roods meadow in Borham in Brademad between the meadow of Joan de Twynsted and that late John de Lydel's, one head abutting on the stream (super riveram de Borham) and the other on Thomas Thorold's meadow. Seal.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8037. Feoffment by Margery and Leticia, daughters of John de la Bare, to Sir John Vyncent of Waltham Holy Cross, the younger, and Richard his brother of all the lands &c. which they had after their said father's death in the parishes of Retherhuthe and Bermondeseye both in the water, to wit that called 'la Brekke,' and out. Witnesses:— Sir John le Latimer, knight, and others (named). Seals, one broken.|
|[Surrey.]||A. 8038. Sale and release by Geoffrey Coc to Richard son of William Tucford of Retherheth, of his right in the land which William Tucford, father of the said Richard, gave him in marriage with Wymarca, his daughter, in the parish of Bermundesey, position described; also of 2d. rent from land which was of Adam le Careter; for this Richard gave him and his son John 50s. sterling. Witnesses:—Robert the reeve (preposito), William Eluminur, William le Butiler and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Leic.]||A. 8039. Letters patent of confirmation by John de Moubray lord of the isle of Axiholm and of the honor ("Henr'" sic) of Brembre and of Gower (Gouherie) to the prior, Peter, and convent of Lewes of the advowson of the church of Melton Moubray, appropriated to them, and of the lands and tenements they had by the gift of Roger de Moubray, his grandfather, or of any of his ancestors. London, Thursday the feast of St. Cuthbert the Bishop, 11 Edward III. Copy.|
|Surrey.||A. 8040. Feoffment by Sarah de Rokeslee late the wife of William de Rokeslee, citizen of London, to Stephen de Prestone, citizen of London, of all her lands, &c. in the parishes of Retherhithe and St. Mary Magdalen of Beremundesey, co. Surrey. Sunday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 1 Edward II. Seal, broken.|
A. 8041. Feoffment by John le Lumynour to John Everard, son and
heir of John Everard late citizen of London, of his garden in the parish of
St. Mary Magdalen by (juxta) Bermondesey, rendering 1d. for all service;
provided that the said John Everard should give, sell or alienate the said
garden to nobody in the world, but that it should ever descend from heir
to heir of his blood; for this the said John gave him 100s. gersum.
Witnesses:—Geoffrey Norman, Odenus de Nauntes and others (named).
Seal, with legend, s. johannis de cegwelle.
Endorsed:—Carta Johannis de Chikewell le Luminour de gardino super calceam versus Beremundezeyam.
|Surrey.||A. 8042. Indenture of demise by the prior, John de Caro loco, and the convent of the house of St. Saviour of Bermondeseye to Thomas de Pykenham, citizen and merchant of London, and John son of Robert de Pykenham, of their marsh called 'Druettesmerssh' with the houses situate therein and their lands in a marsh called 'Prestesmerssh' which Thomas de Abyndon in his lifetime held of them in the parish of Retherhide, co. Surrey, for 50 years from Michaelmas, 36 Edward III, at 8 marks rent. Thursday the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, A.D. 1362, 36 Edward III.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8043. Feoffment by William de Pykering to Peter de Pykering and Henry son of Katharine ate Dele and the heirs of the body of the said Henry, with remainder in default to the heirs of the said Peter, of a piece of land in Clipisby in Berwcroft. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Buxkin, knight, John his son, and others (named). Sunday after Botolph the Abbot, 23 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8044. Feoffment by Roger Cullum of Claxton, Edmund Aleyn of Hasyngham and John Treman of the same to Thomas and John Jermy, esquires, John Hauys, clerk, Roger Dokkyng of Strumpeshaugh, John Wattes of North Berlyngham and John Stevens of Stokysby, of an enclosure called 'Moorcrofte Zarde,' containing la. land, in the town of Bokenhamfery; which enclosure, together with other lands and tenements, they, together with the said Thomas Jenny, John Jenny, Roger Dokkyng and John Wattes, who had released their right therein to them, had by the gift and feoffment of Thomas Coupere of Bokenhamfery. 20 March, 11 Henry VII.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8045. Release by Maud late the wife of Henry Wether of Hereward Stokke to William Lovel of Springefelde, her brother, of her right in 1½a. land in Borham between land of the abbot of Waltham, the street lying at Bernardisgate and the road from Borham to Little Waltham. Herwardstokke, Thursday before the conversion of St. Paul, 16 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8046. Feoffment by Elias Hamelyn to John his younger son of a messuage in Borham at Crawenho between land of the abbot and convent of Waltham Holy Cross, land of Hugh Saycok and the road from Crawenho to Chelmersford. Sunday after St. Martin the Bishop and Confessor 17 Edward II.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8047. Charter of William Lovell (lupellus) addressed to all his men and friends both French and English, being a grant to Ranulf son of Alwin the skinner (pelliparii) and his heirs of all the land which was of Alwin Mitebert in Little Waltham, to hold to him and his heirs by right and hereditarily, rendering 22d. for all service belonging to him and by de- fending 4½ acres against the king; for this Ranulf gave him 5s. in gersum and to his wife 6d. and did homage to him. Witnesses of this gift:— Ranulf de Mandevile, Morice de Borham, William de Riuilli, Hugh Lovell, Thomas his brother, Roger le Rous (ruffus), Ralph the clerk of Fernam who wrote this, and others (named).|
|[Essex.]||A. 8048. Feoffment by Walter son of William'of Springfeld to Godfrey de Doddebroc of half the land called (dimidiam terram que vocatur) 'Pieres Land' which his father William held of Walter son of Robert to wit the part nearer the said Godfrey's house, rendering 8d. for all service; and the Godfrey shall defend the said land for 2d. against the king; for this Godfrey gave him 10s. gersum. Witnesses:—Michael of Borham, William of Hobregg, Sawalus of Borham, Hugh and Bartholomew Faucelun and others (named).|
|Essex.||A. 8049. Indenture of fine levied at Westminster on the morrow of St. Martin, 24 Henry VI, between Richard Alrede, Thomas Hill and Thomas Gale, querents, and Thomas Phelipp and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Coggeshale, deforciants, of a messuage, 126a. land, 3a. meadow, 12a. pasture, 4a. wood, 2a. marsh and 3s. rent, in Little Waltham, Boream and Spryngfeld; warranty by Thomas and Elizabeth, for themselves and her heirs; consideration, 100 marks.|
|Essex.||A. 8050. Counterpart of A. 8049.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8051. Grant by Henry de Lodbroc, knight, and John his son to John . . . . iltecoumbe and Alice his wife for the term of their lives of 3 messuages and 3 virgates of land in Lodbrok which Robert de Thorp, William Hogekyn and . . . . . . held, together with the said bondmen (cillanis) their chattels and issue; also like grant of 14s. rent viz. . . . s. 6d. from James de Blaby, 8s. from William Fraunkeleyn, 6 . . . s. from William Crulefeld, 4s. from Henry de Fleckenho, 10s . . . . . . . d. from William Porter, 11s. from Thomas Wilkenes, 12s. . . . . . from Agnes Dollyng, 4s. 6d. from Richard de Wolreston . . . . . .; rendering for three years . . . . . . and thereafter 30l . . . . . . . Dated at Lod . . . . . . 3 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8052. Feoffment by John Burton of Lutterworth, co. Leicester, to Thomas Hoggekyns of Flekkenho within the parish of Wolfhamcote of a half acre arable with head (chevicio) next land of the prior of Launde (Landa) on Steneforth and one rood arable, with head, on Medehull next land of William Frend, then held by Henry Yude, in the field of Asschebylegger. Friday after St. Martin the Bishop, 15 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8053. Letters obligatory by John de Bonebote, rector of the church of All Saints of Bernewell to Matthew de Marleberge for the repayment of 7 marks he had borrowed of him. Witnesses:— William de Hemigton, warden of the hospital of St. Martin of Piriho, and others (named). Piriho, Tuesday after the feast of Trinity, A.D. 1274.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8054. Indenture of demise by Amicia late the wife of William de Sotto . . ne, in her widowhood, to William de Peyto, for the term of her life, of the lands &c. she had by the gift and feoffment of the said William in the town and fields of Hodenhulle, by 13s. 4d. rent. Witnesses:— John de Uptone, Sir John rector of the church of Chastertone and others (named). Saturday, the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 36 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8055. Indenture being a grant by William de Greneburgh archdeacon of Stafford, that, whereas John de Belegrave had enfeoffed him in a messuage and 8a. land with meadows, feedings and pastures in the town and fields of Greneburgh, nevertheless should it happen him to hold the said messuage and 8a. 40 years after the then date, the said John his heirs or assigns should receive of him, his heirs or assigns yearly 20s. Dated at Greneburgh, Thursday after St. Ambrose the Bishop, 33 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8056. Indenture, being a grant by William le Clerc of Geydon that whereas Margery Dastyn of Dassett Magna had made a quit claim to him of 10a. arable with meadow adjacent in Le Hurlonde in the fields of Soutende and Hurdewyk, if she paid him 28s. on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, as contained in an indenture between them, and 11s. 4d. on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula next, the said quit-claim to be void. The feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 11 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8057. Indenture, being a grant by William le Clerc of Geydon that whereas Margery late the wife of William Dastyn of Derset made a quit claim to him of 10a. arable in Le Heurlond in the fields of Derset and Herde- wyk with meadow adjoining, if she paid him 20s. at Midsummer next in his house at Geydon, the said quit claim should be void. Witnesses:—John Nel [of] Dorset and others (named). Geydon, Friday after the feast of St Michael, 11 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8058. Indenture of demise by Margery, late the wife of William Dastyn of Dorset Magna, in her widowhood to William le Clerk of Geydon, Joan his wife, William their son, and Mary their daughter, for the term of their lives in survivorship of 10a. arable with the meadow adjoining in Le Huyrlond in the fields of Southend and Herdewik in Derset aforesaid, at the rent of a rose at Midsummer for. the first 22 years, and thereafter at 10s. rent yearly. Friday after St. Dunstan, 7 Edward III.|
A. 8059. Indenture being a grant by William le Clerk of Geydone,
similar to A. 8056. Dated Sunday after St. Martin, 10 Edward III.' Seal.
Endorsed:—Indentura ad defaciendum quietam clamacionem factam de terra de Hurlonde et roda prati in Longelond.
|[Warw.]||A. 8060. Indenture being a grant by William le Clerk of Geydon, similar to above: the sum payable 13s. 4d. Dated Sunday after Michaelmas, 8 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8061. Release by Margery late the wife of William Dastyn of Derset Magna to William le Clerc of Geydon, of her right in 10a. arable in Le Hurlonde in the fields of Southende Derset, and in one rood meadow in each (ntroque) Longlonde in the common meadow of Southende Derset and Herdewyk. Witnesses:—John Nel and others (named). Derset, the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 18 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8062. Release by Margery late the wife of William Dastyn of Derset Magna, widow, to William le Clerk of Geydon, of her right in 10a. arable with meadow adjacent in Le Hornlond in the fields of Southende Derset and in the rent due to her from the said land and meadow wherewith it was charged by her. Witnesses:—John Nel and others (named). Derset, the feast of St. Augustine, 8 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8063. Release by John Neel of Derset to William de Geydon, clerk, of his meadow of Hurland next the great meadow of the lord of Derset and of the rent arising therefrom. Tuesday the feast of St. Edmund the King, 18 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8064. Indenture being a feoffment by John Neel of Derset to William de Geydon, clerk, of his meadow between the great meadow of the lord of Derset and the arable land which is called 'Le Huyrlond,' rendering a rose at Midsummer for the next ten years and thereafter 40s. yearly for all service. The feast of St. Cedde the Bishop, 16 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8065. Letter of attorney by William de Catesby to John Avisson of Herdewk to receive seisin of 9a. land and 2a. meadow in Priours Herdewyk according to a charter thereof made to him by Walter Hunte of Coventry. Coventry, Sunday before the Purification, 49 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8066. Release by Agnes daughter of Richard Bisshop of Springe- feld to Sewallus de Springefeld and Alice his wife of her right in 2a. land and wood, formerly Richard ate Hacche's, in the town of Springefeld, between the land called 'Bromigeslond' and Crosegrene. Sunday after St. Michael, 19 Edward II. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8067. Indenture of demise by John Mallore son and heir of John Mallore, knight, of Welton, lord of the same town, to William son of Simon Broun of the same, of a tenement &c. in Welton which came to him by the death of Richard Broun by reason of the wardship of Alice daughter and heir of the said Richard; to hold till the full age of the said Alice, rendering 3s. yearly. Thursday after St. Peter and St. Paul, 23 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8068. Letters patent being a declaration by 'Rycharde Follewodde, sqwyer,' of the circumstances under which he sealed a release of lands &c. in Lappeworthe formerly Pawlyn Brome's; viz. Sir William Catysby, knight, in November, 5 Edward IV, brought him a release made out in his name of the premises to Thomas Billyng, the elder, John Catyssby, Nicholas Catisby and Edmund Newenham, and showed him, to explain what right he had in the premises to release, 'a fayre old dede of cxl. yere passyd y suppose' whereby Pawlyn Brome gave the premises to Sir Richard Wyke then parson of Lappeworthe and Sir Robert Fullewode, vicar of Tonworthe, 'and a wylle thereuppon made,' as Sir William informed him, that they should with the profits thereof find a priest 'dayly to sey masse in the parysshe churche there an c. wynter.' 6 October, 6 Edward IV. Fragment of seal. English.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 8069. Feoffment by James de Wodeham and Alice his wife, daughter of the late Alice de Hundelby, to William son of the parson of Wotton, of the lands &c. his said wife had by the gift of dame Alice late the wife of Sir Gilbert de Preston in the town and fields of Quenton; consideration, 20 marks. Witnesses:—Sir Lawrence de Preston and Sir Philip de Quenton, knights, Elyas de Preston, clerk, William son of Philip de Quenton, knight, Michael Oger of the same, Henry de Haclington, Henry de Alcote, John Berd of Quenton, John de Hays of the same, Richard de Capeles, then rector of the church of Quenton. Morrow of the Nativity of the B.V.M., 22 Edward I.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8070. Indenture of demise by John son of Robert Terry to William son of Emma Belte, for the term of his life, of 1a. land in Yelvertoft, by the rent of a grain of corn at Easter for the first 15 years and 5s. a year afterwards; if the said William died within the said term of 15 years, his executors should occupy the land for the remainder of it. 4 February, 16 Edward III. Further covenant by John to plough and harrow the land to the use of the said William and his assign as often as need should be.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8071. Release by Maud late the wife of Hugh de Hynton to John de Hynton her son and heir of her right by way of dower of the frank tenement formerly her said husband's in the town of Hynton, as in lands &c. Witnesses:—Simon le Verny of Bifeld, John le Verny of the same, Henry de Eydon of Hynton, Ralph de Sotton of Donnestywe and others (named). Sunday after the Nativity of St. John Baptist, 23 Edward [I].|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8072. Feoffment by Robert le Wyte in Shittelhanger to John de Bosenho in the same for his service and a sum of money paid beforehand of a messuage in Shittelhanger situate between the tenement of John de Schawe and the highway. Witnesses:—John de Twyford, Robert de Stok, Henry de Bosenho. Sunday the eve of St. Luke the Evangelist, 16 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8073. Feoffment by Felicia daughter of the late Richard son of Nicholas Gower of Toneworth to Margery daughter of Thomas Abel of the same of two places of land in Toneworth, one between land of Richard Dolfyn widewesone, the way called 'Clooslone,' land of John atte Zate and the lane from Clooslone to Toneworth Chirche, the other between the lane called 'Cartereslone,' land called 'Certeslond,' land called 'Maryotcslond' and the way leading from Thomas Abel's house to Toneworthe Chirche. Witnesses:—Richard son of William Gower, William de Sydenhale and others (named). Tuesday after the Annuncia- tion, 43 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8074. Indenture of demise by Nicholas de Craunford of Esseby St. Leger (Sancti Leodegarii) to Nicholas de Baddeby and Isabel his wife and their son William for the term of their lives of a messuage and half virgate land with meadow to the said land belonging and easements of trees in the said place for repair of buildings, namely the message which Vincent (Wyncencius) Harm held of him; at 10s. rent payable at the Purification, Whitsuntide and Michaelmas, the executors of the survivor of them to have full administration of the crop then sown. Thursday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 11 Edward II. The executors of the survivor to pay 6s.|
A. 8075. Release by Rose late the wife of William le Scriveyn of
Lausele to Sir John, abbot of Ramesey, and the convent of the same
of her right in a third of copse (gracette) next App . . . which
her said husband sold to Richard de Saxham. Witnesses:—John de
Walepol, Robert de Boxstede, clerk, and others (named). Lausele, Friday
before St. Simon and St. Jude the Apostles, 2 Edward II.
Endorsed: . . . . juxta Appedheye.
|[Warw.]||A. 8076. Feoffment by John de Dufford, lord of Schreueleye to Richard de Boreford of Hatton, his clerk, of common in all his waste of Schreueleye with all his, Richard's, beasts; to hold to the said Richard, his heirs and assigns, so that it be not to the disturbance of the chief lord (ita quod non sit in perturbacione capitalis domini, quin possit se approware de dicto casto secundum formam statuti). Sunday after the Epiphany, 3 Edward II. Seal of arms.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8077. Feoffment by Richard de le Hyl of Brunham Norton to his son Richard of 4d. rent from a messuage in the parish of St. Andrew of Brunham, north of the road from the church of St. Andrew to the church of St. Clement, next the messuage of Thomas Waupol; which messuage Robert Baker (pistor) held of him. Brunham, the day of St. John the Apostle at Christmas (in Natali), 25 Edward I. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8078. Feoffment by Thomas Wilie in Bulkynton to William Sweyn of the same and Agnes daughter of the said William, of 2 roods arable in his croft between the land of Roger Boloyne of Hynkeleye and the highway, and of 2 'swathes' of meadow in Bulkynton. Saturday after St. Matthias, 11 Edward II. Seal effaced.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8079. Feoffment by Geoffrey son of Hugh le Chapman of Yelvertoft to Richard Ballard of Cliftone in Yelvertoft, and Julian his wife, in tail, of a place of land in Yelvertoft in 'le Westhend' next the place he granted to Alice his daughter for her life, measuring 24ft. by 30ft. Saturday after St. Scholastica, 4 Edward II.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8080. Release by John Amye of Tevelby, heir of Nicholas de Tevelby, late tanner (barcarii) of Lincoln to Thomas de Lokton, citizen and merchant of Lincoln, his heirs and assigns, of his right in arable land in the fields of Canwyk and Braunceton. Witnesses:—John de Outhorp then mayor of Lincoln, William Bell and Robert de Wamwell, bailiffs, John de Tevelby of Bracebryg and others (named). Lincoln, Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 24 Edward III. See A. 8094.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8081. Letter of attorney by William de Boudon, clerk, to John de Luterington or Robert son of William son of Geoffrey, to put Edmund de Watford and Margaret his wife in full seisin of the lands, &c. he, William, had by the feoffment of the said Edmund in the town of Watford. London, Saturday after St. Peter and St. Paul the Apostles, 1 Edward III.|
A. 8082. Release by Joan, daughter and heir of Nicholas Luoel (sic)
in her widowhood, to John Wolf, vicar of the church of Welton, of her
right in a messuage with a curtilage in Welton next the lane of Henry le
Heyr. Saturday the feast of the Nativity of the B.V.M., 49 Edward III.
Witnesses:—John Mallore, knight, Thomas de Tuwe and others (named).
Endorsed:— . . . Nicholai Lovel . . .
|[Salop.]||A. 8083. Counterpart of sale by Thomas de Huggeford, rector of the church of Hampton Lovet and lord of Appeleye to John le Pottar, Henry Scut, Robert le Wartonere of Bridgnorth (Brugg), Roger Somery of the same and Walter Lenwyns, for a certain sum of money paid beforehand of a place of wood and underwood in his wood of Northwode, lying between that place of wood they bought of Sir John de Huggeford, knight, on the one side and 'le Pedezate' on the other and extending from the high (alto) wood to the Severn (Sabrinam), to hold, cut and carry the said wood and underwood, all oaks excepted, for three years from the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula then next; with common for their beasts while carrying, and free entry at all seasons of the year during the said term; for their greater security the seal of Sir John de Huggefoyd as well as his own was appended. Appeley, Sunday the feast of St. Cedde, 21 Edward III. Seals, four lost one remaining.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8084. Feoffment by Thomas Martyn of Welton to John Mallorre of Welton, knight, of ½a. land there at Colemaneslake in exchange for two parts of an acre in Weltone behind Croch (retro Crocho). Witnesses:— John de Tewe and others (named). Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 5 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8085. Feoffment by Ralph son and heir of Simon le Preust of Yelvertoft to Richard Ballard of the same and Juliana his wife of 2 roods land there which Emma le Ganour his mother formerly held in dower after the death of the said Simon his father, formerly her husband. Wednesday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 7 Edward II.|
|[Leic.]||A. 8086. Feoffment by Hugh son of John and Alice Cosyn his wife to Adam de Houby and Margery daughter of Alice Cosyn and their heirs of 7¼ roods land in Kirkeby on Wrethek. Sunday after Michaelmas, 19 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8087. Indenture of demise by William de Lodynton, chaplain, to Rose (Roysic) late the wife of Richard Dogeth of Esseby Liger and John son of the said Richard, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of a messuage with a half virgate of land adjacent in Esseby, that to wit which the said Richard used to hold of Nicholas de Stokes; rent 12s. for all service, saving foreign service and a heriot on John's decease. Sunday before the Annunciation 14 Edward II.|
|[Worc.]||A. 8088. Feoffment by Agnes de Bysshopesdon to Thomas de Brugge, Henry de Bysshopesdon and William atte Putte of all her lands &c. in Elmeley Lovet. Witnesses:—Richard de Temedebury, Edmund de Brugge, John Cassy, John Botiller and Thomas de Lench. Wych, Sunday the morrow of the Purification, 44 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8089. Feoffment by Thomas son of Robert de Willenhale, to Sir Thomas de Merynton and Sir John de Peterburgh, chaplains, of 12d. rent in Bathekynton from the messuage Henry de le Heth of Bathekynton held of him in fee. 10 January, 30 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8090. Indenture being a memorandum of an agreement between John de Buhsscheleye of Coventry, clerk, and John de Bedeford of the same touching the water dropping from the eaves of the latter's tenement on the land of the former. Sunday after St. Cedde, 19 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8091. Indenture of demise by Philip de Franketon to Richard de Hondesacre of Coventry 'cordewaner' and Isabel his wife for twenty years from Michaelmas then next of a messuage at Broad Gate (latam portam) in Coventry, by 26s. 8d. rent. William de Zarnemouth being mayor, and Gilbert del Peek and Thomas Parker bailiffs of Coventry. 1 September, 34 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8092. Feoffment by John le Doulere of Beleye to John son of John Chester (de Cestria) the younger of 2½a. land and meadow in the territory of Thoneworth, between land of John Chester (de Cestria) and Adam de la Hethe and the highway from Thoneworthe to Fossawe. Thursday after the Close of Easter, 10 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 8093. Release by Henry son of John Hyches of Aylington and Alice his wife to Simon, abbot of Rammesey and the convent of the same, of their right in a half acre land in Aylington field which they had by the gift and feoffment of Richard Beneyt of Aylington, as was more fully contained in the charter thereof made to them and by their hands rendered and delivered to the said abbot and convent; which half acre had been and then was held in bondage (de villenagio) of the abbot and convent. Witnesses:—Stephen Prodhome and others (named). Thursday the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, 12 Edward II.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8094. Feoffment by John Amye of Tevelby to Thomas de Lokton, citizen and merchant of Lincoln, of 11a. arable in Canwyk fields and a perch and a half of meadow in Canwik meadow, between the meadow of the abbot of Kyrkested and that formerly belonging to Alan, vicar of Canwyk, &c. which land and meadow descended to him of the inheritance of Nicholas de Tevelby late tanner (barcarii) of Lincoln. Wednesday before St. Gregory the Pope, 24 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8095. Release by John Smith (faber) of Great Creton to Edmund de Watford and Margaret his wife and his heirs of 4s. rent together with a half virgate of land in Great Creton which they had by his feoffment for the term of their lives. Monday the feast of the Apostles Philip and James, 11 Edward II.|
|[Berks.]||A. 8096. Chirograph, indented, being an agreement between Adam Feteplace of Oxford (Oxonia) of the one part and Sir William de Valence of the other made Monday before the Purification, 46 Henry III, to wit, that, whereas the said Adam had demised to the said Sir William a moiety of the manor of Wanetinge to hold with him in common together with the other moiety so that they should share equally the profits arising from the said manor, up to a certain term limited in another writing of the said Adam, for the sum of 116l. 13s. 4d. and the said Adam was bound to warrant the said moiety to the said Sir William during the said term; and whereas Sir Fulk son of Warin, within the said term, ejected the said Sir William therefrom; the whole profits of the said manor should be applied by the said Adam to the repayment of the money thus received from the said Sir William, viz. 60l. this side mid-lent next and the residue before Christmas; and the said Adam should seek to recover the said moiety at law, and, if recovered, it should remain to the said Sir William, the said Adam receiving back the money to be paid at the said terms, even though the said Sir Fulk should make fine with the said Sir William of the said moiety. Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey Gacelin, Sir Guy de Rocheford, Sir William de Chabeneis, Sir Walter de Creppinge, Sir Hamo . . ., Sir Yngeram de Vilers, Sir Roger Gacelin, Robert Blund, Geoffrey de Hengesee and others.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8097. Feoffment by William son and heir of Robert Bromileye of Schreuele to Thomas son of Walter Lovekin of Schreuele of a croft which came to him on the decease of the said Robert his father between the highway to Warwick &c. rendering 3d. to the chief lord of the fee; for this gift &c. the said Thomas gave him 20s. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 1 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 8098. Feoffment by Henry Geffrey of Yelvertoft to Simon Terry of the same of 1 rood meadow 'in the est medwe' of Yelvertoft, 'half in to longe swathes' &c. Wednesday before St. Bartholomew the Apostle, 20 Edward III. Seal, broken.|
|Warw.||A. 8099. Grant by John de Bisshopesdon, knight, to William de Charindon his servant (servienti) of common of pasture for the term of his life belonging to the said William's frank tenement in Bisshopesdone for two oxen and two cows to depasture with his beasts everywhere except in his garden and closes. Monday after Easter, 10 Edward III.|
|[Notts]||A. 8100. Indenture being a feoffment by William Colston of Flyntham to John Bozoun and Agnes his wife and his heirs of a bovate of land there, viz. that called 'Maydenland,' rendering 20s. yearly after twenty-four years. Tuesday after Christmas, 3 Edward II.|