Deeds: C.6101 - C.6200

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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915.

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C.6101 - C.6200

[Heref.] C. 6101. Quitclaim by Thomas Parker of Mordyford and Thomas Lovedaye of the parish of Bodenham to William Yervard of the said parish, of their right in ½a. arable lying in a field of Bodenham called 'Upfeld' which ½a. they had, jointly with Hugh Wyne and Robert Houalwode, together with other lands, by the gift of John Hereford of Great Whytechurche. Sunday, the feast of St. George 7 Henry V.
[Kent.] C. 6102. Grant by Robert ate Wealde and Joan his wife to Stephen son of Stephen de Delham, Margaret his wife and Stephen's heirs, of four dayworks of meadow in the town of Hoo St. Mary. For this grant the said Stephen and Margaret gave them 4s. in gersum. 2 Edward I.
[Berks.] C. 6103. Grant by Thomas Herneys to John de Everdone, clerk, of 2a. arable in the field of Westhanneye. Witnesses:—Almaric Pete[plas], Hugh Seymour (de Sancto Mauro), Swein de Mortlee, and others (named). Monday after [Martinmas], 13 Edward II. Seal, damaged.
[Essex.] C. 6104. Bond by Robert Lucas of Manytr' to make good any damage to John Herkested's house by 'le Cornhel' in Manytr', according to a former agreement, if it is injured by the water from his roof, which projects over it. Monday after the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, 20 Edward III. Seal.
[Suffolk.] C. 6105. Grant by John atte Schaghe of Holeton to Peter, brother of Sir Robert de Reydon, knight, for his service and for a payment beforehand, of a yearly rent of 6d. due from Roger de Schelleye, smith, for a piece of meadow in R[eydon]. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Reydon, knight, Richard his brother, and others (named).
[Dorset.] C. 6106. Quitclaim by Robert Laurence of Melcombe Regis to Richard Barbour of Weymuth of his right in a tenement with a place of land adjoining within the liberty of Weymuth. Witnesses:— Thomas Lang and John Badecoc, bailiffs, Philip Soydon, and others (named). Wcymuthe, Monday after the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, 33 Edward III. Seal.
[Dorset.] C. 6107. Grant by the said Robert Laurence to the said Richard Barbour of an enclosure (hayam) within the liberty of Weymuth, Friday before Midsummer Day, 33 Edward III. Seal, damaged.
[Dorset.] C. 6108. Quitclaim by the said Robert Laurence to the said Richard Barbour of his right in the said enclosure. Date as in C. 6106. Seal, damaged.
[Dorset.] C. 6109. Grant by John Corp and Ralph Paris, chaplain, of Dertemuth, to William Monfort and Alice his wife, of all their lands in Waymouth, with the reversion of a croft which Elizabeth mother of the said Alice holds for her life, which lands they had by the gift of the said Alice while a spinster (in virginitate sua) together with the rever- sion of the said croft, when it shall happen. Friday after St. Dunstan, 13 Richard II. Two seals.
[Dorset.] C. 6110. Quitclaim by Richard Neweman, David Hans, John Abbot, and Agnes late the wife of William Wyet of Weymouth to William Mountfort of Brideport, of their right in a tenement late of the said Wyet on the quay in the north part of the High Street of Weymouth, adjoining the common landing-place (hytham). Witnesses:— John Sirla and Thomas Dun, bailiffs, Henry Russell, and others (named). 4 November, 13 Henry VI. Three seals, one damaged, and a fragment.
[Dorset.] C. 6111. Duplicate (except as to the witnesses), dated the following day, of C. 6109. Two seals.
[Dorset.] C. 6112. Indenture dated at Brideport, Thursday after St Nicholas, 13 Henry IV, being a defeasance by William Mountfort of Brideport of a grant to him by William Weyet of Waymouth of all his lands within the liberty of the town of Waymouth, on condition of the payment by the said Weyet of 74l. 13s. 3d. before Michaelmas next. Seal.
[Herts.] C. 6113. Grant by Simon son and heir of William Wilshamsted of Dunstaple to Richard Albon of the same of 1a. arable in the field of Kenesworthe. Dunstaple, Friday after St. Mark, 2 Richard II.
Lancaster. C. 6114. Bond by . . ., gentleman, and Thomas de Haryngton, esquire, for the payment of 40l. to James de [Butler], son and heir of the earl of Ormonde (Ermon') on 1 April next. 31 December, 19 Henry VI. Seal, damaged, and fragment.
[Middx.] C. 6115. Quitclaim by Adam the smith (faber) of Braxuscede and Emma his wife to Thomas Prest of Twykenham of their right in 2a. land in the fields of Twykenham which William Hune, late the husband of the said Emmota (sic) formerly had. Thursday after St. Agatha, 26 Edward III. Seal, damaged. Endorsed, ij. acres of Adam Smyth.
C. 6116. Acknowledgment by William Scot, gentleman, of the receipt from Thomas Ormond, knight, of 20s. on account of an annuity payable to him for life. 17 May, 2 Richard III.
C. 6117. Bond by John Bekham of London, proctor, for the payment of 40 marks to John Broun, clerk, and John Sty ward, citizen of London, on 15 February next. 30 July, . . Edward IV. Endorsed with condition for payment of 40 marks by half-yearly instalments of 5 marks.
C. 6118. Bond by Thomas Ormond and James Selynger, esquires, for the payment of 15l. to Elizabeth, countess of Shrewsbury, and Alan Stury, esquire, at Michaelmas next. 18 November, 12 Edward IV. Endorsed with condition for payment of 10l. within twelve weeks after Michaelmas.
C. 6119. Bond by Thomas . . . of London, gentleman, for the payment of 40l. to John Savell and Robert Galesley. 12 December, 1 Edward IV. Condition to abide by the arbitration of Thomas Urswyk, recorder of [London], Edward Lacy, and a third person to be chosen by the parties to the bond, in any matters in dispute.
[Suffolk.] C. 6120. Quitclaim by Walter le Fermer of Boxford and Felicia his wife to Walter Smart and Margaret his wife of a yearly rent of 11d. due from a piece of land held by the said Walter Smart from them in Boxford between the road from Hagmore to Codham Tye, etc. Sunday after St. Botolph, 15 Edward II.
[Middx.] C. 6121. Chirograph indented, dated Sunday the morrow of St. Nereus and St. Achilleus, 14 Edward III, being a grant by Thomas son and heir of Thomas de Bacwelle, citizen of London, to Richard de Berkyng and John de Kellyngworth, drapers and citizens of London, and the other parishioners of St. Mary-le-Bow, of his shop in Cordewanerstrete, London, between the shop of the said church and the shop of the hospital of St. Mary without Byschopesgate; rent, 12s; the shop not to be enclosed so as to prevent access for the purpose of distraint. Fragments of two seals.
C. 6122. Acknowledgment by Thomas Ormond that he owes to Richard Slad 27s. 8d. payable at Michaelmas next. 14 July, 17 Edward IV. Note of payment on 2 December. English. Paper.
[Middx.] C. 6123. Quitclaim by John Gerveys, citizen and currier of London, and Margery his wife to William Felde of Harengey, Joan his wife, and Stephen Rygevale of Iseldon of their right in 2a. land in the parish of Harengey, in the fields called 'Threnacres' and 'Stevenesfeld,' which land the said William, Joan and Stephen had by demise from the said John, dated 18 August, 4 Edward IV. 20 August, 4 Edward IV. Cognizance of the above by the said John, 3 September, 9 Edward IV.
[Middx.] C. 6124. Grant by John Gervays, citizen and currier of London, to William Feld and others (as in C. 6123) of land (as in C. 6123) which he had, jointly with John Chapman, brewer (pandoxator), deceased, by the demise of Robert Porter, chaplain, as appears by a charter dated 27 December, 37 Henry VI. 18 August, 4 Edward IV.
Note of the escheat of the land, on the death of William Feld without heirs, to James Bradman, as lord of the manor of Toppesfeld Hall in Harengey.
[Norfolk.] C. 6125. Chirograph indented whereby Sir Walter de Calthorp demised at fee-farm to John Pays a close called 'Gerbergispiktel' in Sythingg' and a piece of land by the road called 'Hetgate' which leads to Praelebrigg; rent, 8s., with right of re-entry for non-payment. Norwich, Monday after Michaelmas, 32 Edward I.
[Suffolk.] C. 6126. Grant by John de Clare, son of John de Clare of Great Bures, deceased, to Hugh le Taylour of the same, Beatrice his wife, and his heirs, of a piece of curtilage lying between his land and the land of the said Hugh. Ascension Day, 8 Edward II.
[Berks.] C. 6127. Letters of attorney from John Mene and Joan his wife to Robert Say, clerk, Walter Curteys and William Everdon to deliver to Richard and John Wvot, John Halle of Colbrok, Thomas Copman- forde and John Scot of Langele seisin of the manors of Mychelscourt, Paynelscourt, and Snoweswyk, and of a meadow called 'Dynkeneye,' together with a rent of 10l. issuing from the manor of Paynelscourt, &c. in Borewardes[cote], and the advowson of the church. 1 May, 5 Henry IV. Two seals, one of arms.
[Warw.] C. 6128. Grant by Adam le Spicer of Solyhull and Margery his wife to Richard de Caldeford, rector of Burdebery, of their tenement with houses thereon in the town of the borough of Solyhull adjoining the High Street, which she had by hereditary succession after the death of Alice, daughter of Richard Dauweson, her brother. Friday after Ascension Day, 47 Edward III.
[Notts.] C. 6129. Grant by Margaret Clerkson, of Newerk, widow, to Richard Sutton, esquire, of a messuage in Newerk. . . . [St. A]ndrew, 1 Edward IV.
C. 6130. Bond by Robert atte Chaumbre of Burton, for the pay- ment to John de . . . of 61s. 6d., being arrears of an account. Friday, New Year's Day, . . Edward III.
Devon. C. 6131. Bond by Thomas, earl of Ormond, for the payment of 10l. to Roger Vyell of Toryton at Michaelmas next. 1 March, 3 Henry VII. Signed, T. Ormond.
[Warw.] C. 6132. Grant by William atte Birches of Solihull to Richard atte Birches, vicar of Kenilworth, and Richard atte Birches of Solihull, of all his lands, &c. in Solihull late of Thomas de Fynch. 6 August, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
Devon. C. 6133. Indenture, being an acknowledgment by Robert Veer, knight, chamberlain of Henry, duke of Exeter, and John Watkyns, receivers for the said duke in the county of Devon, of the receipt from John Colchull, knight, of 50s. due from the manor of Huwysh to the honour of Toryton in part payment of a relief. This payment to be refunded if the said Sir John shall produce proof of exoneration before Michaelmas next. 9 May, 35 Henry VI. Seal marked with a boar.
[Berks.] C. 6134. Quitclaim by Richard de Wy[n]desore, knight, lord of West Hakebourn, to Richard de Chardeslee of his right in 4a. arable in the field of West Hakebourne, whereof 1a. lies in 'la Schortelonde,' 1a. in 'Bunshole,' ½a. at 'Woghlond,' and 1½a. lie at 'Blacfurlang.' This land the said Richard de Chardeslee had by his gift for life. Stanewelle, Sunday the feast of St. Augustine, Apostle of the English, 18 Edward II.
[Wilts.] C. 6135. Quitclaim by Robert Loup the elder to Robert atte Grene of his right in a tenement pertaining to (contingente) the dower of Alice la Joures. Remmesbury, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 20 Edward II. Remains of seal wrapped in tow.
York, W.R. C. 6136. Bond by Richard Wortelay of Tankirislay, gentleman, to Richard Oxpringe of Cotheworth, for the payment of 5 marks at Martinmas next. Barneslay, the feast of St. Barnabas, 4 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Middx. C. 6137. Acknowledgment by William Sydney of the receipt from William Cantelow of London of 13s. 4d., being a year's rent of a tenement in Milkstrete. 5 October, 38 Henry VI.
Berks. C. 6138. General release by Nicholas Caulton, rector of Brightwell, to Richard Makkeney, esquire, of all personal actions. 22 June, 4 Henry VI. Seal.
Norfolk. C. 6139. Bond by Thomas Chapell of Dys, yeoman, for the payment to John Broun, clerk, and William Bryll of London, gentleman, of 4l. on 1 August next. 4 March, 9 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
London. C. 6140. Bond by John Trethewy, citizen and skinner of London to Thomas Wyllesdon and John Fyndern for the payment of 50l. at the feast of St. Margaret next. 12 July, 8 Henry IV. Endorsed with condition that Margaret Pentry is not to be molested or sued by Walter Parker, citizen and skinner of London, on a contract of marriage or for any other cause.
London. C. 6141. Quitclaim by Juliana, relict of William de Storteford to Simon . . ., pepperer of London, of her rights in land with houses thereon in the parish of St. Antholin, London, whereof he was enfeoffed by the said William. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Farndon mayor of London, James le Botiller and William de Basingg', sheriffs, Thomas Romayn, alderman, and others (named). Friday after [Christmas, 2] Edward II.
[Devon.] C. 6142. Bond by Edmund Arnald, merchant of Dertemouth, to John Montfoyt, merchant of Dertemouth, for the payment of 14l. 6s. 8d. at Michaelmas next. 30 April, 10 Henry IV. Seal. Endorsed (in French) with condition that the said Edmund shall obtain the king's writ to discharge the said John of all subsidy, prise and custom on certain goods unladed and reladed by him at Dertemouth.
[Suffolk.] C. 6143. Grant by John atte Barre of la Neylande, the elder, to Sir Robert de Bures, knight, Hilary his wife, and his heirs, for 64 marks beforehand, of lands in Wiston, viz. a messuage, 44a. arable, 2a. wood and the pasture of a lane adjoining, between the road which runs from the abbot of Coggishale's house in Honyleye to la Neylande and Levenhey heath. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de . . . and Sir . . . de Tendrigg, knights, and others (named). Monday in Easter week, 10 Edward II.
Hants. [Dorset.] C. 6144. Bond by Walter Veer of the Isle of Wight to William Mountfort, merchant of Brideport, for the payment of 33l. 6s. 8d. at Martinmas next. Wednesday after Martinmas, 4 Henry VI. Seal.
Dorset. C. 6145. Bond by Thomas Jay of Tolpudle, alias Smyth, to William Muntford of Brideport for the payment of 46l. 8s. at Candlemas next. Translation of St. Martin, 5 Henry V.
[N'hamp.] C. 6146. Grant by Joan late the wife of John Waren, widow, to Maud wife of Thomas Goddot for her life of a messuage, croft, and close in the town of Brackele between the messuage of Stephen Chaumber- leyn and a cottage belonging to the master of the hospital of St. James and St. John; with successive remainders to Stephen, son of Thomas Goddot, in tail and Agnes, daughter of Thomas Goddot, in fee. Monday, the morrow of St. Peter's Chair, 36 Edward III.
Middx. C. 6147. Quitclaim by Margaret Pentry to Sir John Daubriggecourt the elder, knight, John his son, and Thomas Willesdon of her right in a tenement with buildings thereon which they had by her gift in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, in Milk Street. Robert Chichele, mayor of London, John Reynewell and Walter Cotton, sheriffs, 1 December, 13 Henry IV.
[Berks.] C. 6148. Grant by Hugh atte Thome and Maud his wife to Sir Nicholas atte Thorne their son, chaplain, of a burgage in Newbury (Nova Villa juxta Sandelford) between the brook called 'Aleburne' on the west and the highway to Winchester on the east. The feast of St. Katherine, 9 [Edward] III.
[Berks.] C. 6149. Quitclaim by Edmund Spersolte to Thomas Chaucer, Robert James, William Holte, Richard Brouns, and Edmund Rede of his right in the manor of Westlokyng and in the other lands in the towns of Westlokyng, Detheswyk, Botoneswyk, and Chorlton which they had from John York. Tuesday after the feast of St. Mark, 13 Henry IV.
[Essex.] C. 6150. Grant by John Purchaz of Rikelinges to Dame Amice de Sey late the wife of Sir Geoffrey de Sey, for her service and for 40s., which she has given him beforehand, of 1½ acres of his grove in the town of Rikelinges; rent, 1d. at Easter. Witnesses:—Sir Fulk de Bath, knight, John de Pinchpol, Robert Flambard, and others (named).
Berks. C. 6151. Release by Thomas Godard of Newbury, 'osteler,' to Edmund Hampden, knight, in respect of any proceedings taken against him at the sessions last held at Newbury. 22 September, 39 Henry VI. English.
Dorset. C. 6152. Release by John Proute of Brydeport, butcher, to William Mountfort, merchant of the same, of all personal actions. The feast of St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 9 Henry VI. Seal marked J. B.
Kent. C. 6153. Letters of attorney from Stephen Lescrop, son and heir of Stephen Lescrop, knight, to William Hane, to deliver to Roger Fenys, knight, Richard Wakeherst, and Thomas Baynden seisin of his manors of Hevere Cobham and Hevere Brokays and all his land, &c. in the parishes of Hevere and Chidyngstone. 8 December, 2 Henry VI.
[Worc.] C. 6154. Letters from Thomas Cokkes of the parish of Upton on Severn appointing Richard Makeney, esquire, his attorney for all pleas. The feast of St. Blaise, 11 Henry VI.
[Wilts.] C. 6155. Chirograph indented dated 20 March, 6 Edward III, between Sir Hildebrand de Loundres and Roger de Stutescumbe witness- ing that Roger has leased to Hildebrand the keepership of all woods belonging to his manor of Stutescumbe, together with all fisheries in the manor, saving to Roger for life housebote, heybote, and the sale of underwood (southboys) in Hanginggewode and Outwode by delivery of Hildebrand or his deputy; the deputy to be sworn to Roger as his hayward (messer), and to receive his wages from him, but not to be removed without the consent of Hildebrand or reasonable cause; Roger to fish at his pleasure whenever he comes to the manor; Hilde- brand to abandon all actions of waste. Witnesses:—Master Simon de Mountageu, Robert de Hungerford, Sir Richard de la More, and others (named). French. Seal, damaged.
[Norfolk.] C. 6156. Grant by William . . . to Richard . . . in free marriage with Mary [his] daughter of four pieces of land in Asschemanhagh and Blehawe, one adjoining the path to Hoveton; rent, 1d. at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—Robert de Skeyton, Roger son of Juliana de Smalbergh, Edmund Poyte of Skothowe, and others (named). 3 . . . Henry III.
[Somerset.] C. 6157. Bond by John Beche of Frome Braunche to Richard Paveley of Feyreoke, for 4 marks 4s. 4d. for the repayment of a loan at the feast of St. Calixtus next. 25 July, 10 Henry IV. Seal, damaged.
[Bedford.] C. 6158. Grant by John son and heir of John Stevene to William son of Martin Wyne and Christian his wife of one-tenth (or one-third) of his croft in Dunstaple. Ash Wednesday, 34 Edward I.
[York, W.R.] C. 6159. Quitclaim by John son of Peter de Swynden to Richard his brother of his right in a yearly rent of 3s. which William son of William de Hothagh used to pay to William son of Henry for a tenement in Hunshelf. Monday after St. Leonard, 1339.
Oxford. C. 6160. Quitclaim by Thomas Chaucer, esquire, John Golafre, and William Motte to John Blaket, knight, Nicholas Wottone and the heirs of Nicholas of their right in lands, &c. late of John Vernaye in Kyngestone, Astone, and Stokhamchyrche. Wednesday before Easter, 2 Henry VI. Three seals.
Middx. C. 6161. Chirograph indented made between Edward Lodelowe of co. Gloucester, and Richard . . ., heirs of Thomas Perle, Philip . . ., and Hugh Sprot, citizen and merchant of London, witnessing that [the said Edward and Richard] have demised to the said Hugh a place of land in 'Mynchonlane' for 60 years. 10 March, 1393. Endorsed with a note of enrolment in the hustings-court, Monday before St. Gregory, 18 Richard II.
[Devon. Cornwall.] C. 6162. Bond by John Strode of Colyford, tailor, for the payment to Thomas Scarlet of Loo of 4l. at Exeter on Ash Wednesday next. 5 March, 8 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.] C. 6163. Chirograph indented being a demise by John Lyne to John atte Birches of Solihull and Amice his wife for their lives of all his lands in Solihull, viz. a messuage and 3 crofts by the highway from Shirleyestret to Warewyk, with power to demolish houses and fell trees; rent, 2s. 8d. to the chief lords of the fee and 2s. to him; and if his wife shall claim dower, they may deduct it from the rent; and if Maud the daughter of Richard de Buri shall recover any part of the land, they may deduct the value of it from the rent. Wednesday, the feast of St. Luke, 3 Edward III.
[York, W.R.] C. 6164. Grant by John Wattemon to Richard son of . . . Mariot', Maud his wife, and her heirs, of half an oxgang which he had by the gift of Robert de Gillyng in Cothewourth. Monday before the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, 134 . .
[Wilts.] C. 6165. Acknowledgment by John Spyryng, clerk of the works of Salisbury cathedral, of the receipt from Stephen Saunder, registrar of the council of Salisbury, of 13s. 4d. bequeathed by William Yorke of London, merchant. 26 August, 16 Edward IV.
[Chester.] C. 6166. Chirograph indented made between Ralph of Egerton and Thomas of Dutton of Dutton witnessing that, whereas Hugh son and heir apparent of the said Ralph has married Margaret, daughter of John of Dutton father of Thomas, Ralph grants to Hugh and Margaret and the heirs male of the body of Hugh land worth 20 marks yearly and the reversion after Ralph's death of land worth 180 marks to Hugh and the heirs male of his body, but subject to the claim of dower of Elizabeth, Ralph's wife, and subject to the right of Ralph to make certain leases to last beyond his life; Thomas to confirm the undertaking of John his father, deceased, to pay 290 marks to Ralph and 20 marks to Elizabeth, within four years of this indenture; half the amount to be repaid if Margaret die without male issue within six weeks of the date of this indenture. 12 June, 24 Henry VI. English. Fragments of seal wrapped in cloth.
[Glouc.] C. 6167. Bond by John Bount of Bristoll, merchant, to William Worminstr' of the same, merchant, for the payment of 200 marks at Midsummer next. 22 April, 17 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.] C. 6168. Grant by Robert [son] of Henry of Napton to Henry son of Parnel (Petronille) Balday of the same, for his homage and service, of 1a. land in the west field of Napton; rent, ½d. at Easter. For this grant Henry has given him 16s. beforehand.
[Suffolk.] C. 6169. Grant by John le Melnere of Leyham and Maud his wife to Sir Andrew de Bures, knight, and Alice, his wife, of a messuage with a house built thereon in the town of Aketon, between land of Sir Andrew and the road to Lavenham Sunday after St. Matthew, 19 Edward III.
[Cambridge.] C. 6170. Grant by John de Stantone, chaplain, Richard Fikeys, John de Croft, Peter Andreu, John Fouke, and Thomas de Overe to Sir Robert de Muskham, parson of Overe, John de Burton, clerk, John Lyseux, and Richard de Batheleye (vice Joan late the wife of Richard Puttok erased) of all their lands in Overe, late of Richard Puttok, which they had by the gift of Thomas Prik, chaplain, and Roger Geffreye. 24 October, 1 Richard II. Draft, with a clause of warranty in a footnote.
Essex. C. 6171. Grant by William de Rothingg, knight, son of Geoffrey de Roth[ingg], to Humphrey de Waleden, of the manor of . . . with the advowson of the church; rent, ½d. half-yearly for three years from Michaelmas, 22 Edward I, 13l. half-yearly for the next three years and afterwards 25l. half-yearly.
Bedford. C. 6172. Letters from John Ymaigne, chaplain, and Walter de Bettelowe, late vicar of Redbourne, appointing John Valence, clerk, and Nicholas Adam their attorneys to deliver to Roger son of William Aignel seisin of all lands which they have by the gift of John Aignel his grandfather in Westhide, Esthide, and elsewhere. Luton, Monday after St. Luke, . . Edward . . French.
[Norfolk.] C. 6173. Grant by Alan Gibbes to Sir Walter de Calethorp, knight, of the homages and services (described) of four of his tenants on Sir Walter's fee in the town of Wuttone by Sithingges, and of an additional service of 6d. yearly from a tenement there held by him of the said Sir Walter at a yearly rent of 2d. Witnesses:—Sir William de Kerdeston, Sir Robert Banyard, and Sir Edward Charles, knights, and others (named). Sithinges, the eve of St. Margaret, 15 Edward II.
[Bedford ?] C. 6174. Quitclaim by Annabel late the wife of Hugh Muscel, widow, to Walter and William Foot of her right in 3r. land on 'Mylnhodich.' 8 Henry IV. Seal.
Middx. C. 6175. Letters from Roger Colneye, citizen and clothworker of London, appointing Thomas Stanes, his apprentice, his attorney to deliver to Margaret, late the wife of Robert Chircheman, citizen and fishmonger of London, and daughter of Joan, late the wife of William de Hanampstede, citizen and grocer of London, seisin of the tenements in le Oldechaunge opposite Carterslane in the parish of St. Augustine without the gate of St. Paul's, which he, together with Robert Goldsmyth, deceased, had by the gift of the said Robert and Margaret 28 June, 6 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Wilts.] C. 6176. Bond by Thomas Bowyer of Marleburgh for the payment of 20l. to Nicholas Wotton at Michaelmas next. The feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 4 Henry V. Seal.
[Kent.] C. 6177. Grant by John Pakeman to John de Horton and Elizabeth his wife of 1½a. and 9 dayworks of his land in a field called 'Northfeld' in Little Derenthe in the parish of Hortone. Witnesses:— Richard Smereman, John Langnase, and others (named). All Hallows' Eve, 28 Edward I.
[Salop.] C. 6178. Quitclaim by Roger, prior of the Holy Trinity, Bruggenorth, and his brethren, to Nicholas le Goldsmyth of the same, Juliana his wife, and William, Christian and Margery their children, for their lives in survivorship, of their right in a tenement in Bruggenorth in 'le Mulnestret,' saving a rent of 12d. heretofore due to them, and another rent due after the death of Agnes Burgeyse; the grantees not to build within four feet of the grantors' tenement, but to have any easement whereby it is not injured. Witnesses:— William de Pichford and Richard Bergham, bailiffs of Bruggenorth, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Giles, 17 Edward III.
Oxford. C. 6179. Letters by Philip Baynard, donsel (domicellum), appointing Robert and Ingram Baynard his attorneys to deliver to John Blounte and Elizabeth his wife seisin of all the lands, &c. which he had by the gift of the said John. Lacham, the feast of St. Edmund the King and Martyr, 11 Henry IV. Seal.
[Wilts.] C. 6180. Grant by Robert Trapper and Maud his wife to John Mulle and Margaret his wife, daughter of William Trapper, of all the lands, &c. which they had in Brenkeworth and Kernel. Tuesday after St. Augustine, 9 Henry V. Two seals.
[Devon.] C. 6181. Quitclaim by Henry Wotton and John Damarle to Richard Damarle of their rights in land in Morcokysheghes and rents and services in Wyllampton. Offewylle, Sunday before Candlemas, 15 Richard II. Seal of arms, damaged, and fragment of another.
[Somerset.] C. 6182. Quitclaim by Thomas Southmere of Foulestone to Alice his mother of his right in all his lands, &c. late of Thomas his father in the hundred of Frome and elsewhere. Thursday after St. Hilary, 17 Edward III. Seal.
[Oxford. Herts.] C. 6183. Demise by Thomas Larchier, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, and his council, to Sir John de Stonore, knight, and Master Adam his brother (fratri suo) of their manors of Werpesgrave and Esingdon for ten years at a yearly rent of 18l. Merwe, 6 August, 18 Edward II. Seal of arms, damaged (3 quarrels.)
Suffolk. C. 6184. Grant by Thomas, cardinal archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas, bishop of London, William, lord Hasting, John, lord Dynham, Thomas and John Bourghchier, knights, William Pikenham, clerk, John Clopton, esquire, and Robert Plomer to John Sulyard, serjeant-at-law, Edward Sulyard and John Ravyn, at the request of Henry, earl of Essex, brother of the cardinal, of the wardship of Robert son and heir of William Westbrom and of lands in Stowemarket and Chilton late of the said William, held of the manor of Drynkyston; a sufficient maintenance for the heir to be provided during his minority. 10 November, 18 Edward IV. Seal.
Bucks. C. 6185. Release by John Cheyne of Isnamstedecheyne, knight, to Joan Swete, late of London, widow, of all actions. 14 November, 7 Edward IV. Seal with straw band.
[Herts.] C. 6186. Grant by William Aldebury and John [Mulward] to [John Spendelove], Joan his wife, and her heirs, of 3 messuages, 2 carucates of land, 4a. meadow, 10a. [wood and 10s. rent called] 'Aynelles' in Hemelhamstede, Radbourne, and Seynt Albones. [S] Henry V. See C. 5370 and C. 5578.
[Bucks.] C. 6187. [Grant] by Walter Hutte to . . . Enderby, esquire, Maud his wife, and Richard [their] son of land in . . . Ledburne, 26 [Henry] VI.
[Middx.] C. 6188. Acknowledgment by William Sutton, master of Burton St. Lazars of Jerusalem and warden of the hospital of St. Giles without London, of the receipt from William Cantelowe, knight, of 15s. being a half-year's rent of a tenement called 'Clementis Inne' in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Monday, 3 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.] C. 6189. Letters from John Hamton and Thomas Danyell, esquires, William Segge and John Nobul, chaplains, and Richard Gybones appointing John Payne their attorney to receive seisin of all lands, &c. of William Hore in Berkeswell. 26 January, 26 Henry VI.
[Oxford.] C. 6190. Grant by Alice late the wife of John Tyler of Tyrefeld and John her son to John Stokevyle of all their lands, &c. in the parish of Pussylle. Palm Sunday, 12 Henry IV.
Berks. C. 6191. Chirograph indented between Thomas Hoskyns, receiver of the lands of John, lord Wenlok, in Hungerford, of the one part and John Woderoff and Alice his wife, of the other part, witnessing that the said Thomas by virtue of letters patent of the said Lord Wenlok, has demised to the said John and Alice three-fourths of a burgage, late of Sir Robert Hungerford, knight, in Hungerford, abutting on the highway, and 2a. arable in the field of the town, for 30 years; rent, 8s.; the tenant to keep the buildings in repair. Thursday after the Conception of the Blessed Virgin, 3 Edward IV.
Bedford. C. 6192. Indenture between Thomas Bole, rector of Wodehyll, of the one part, and Thomas Fryston, Nicholas Wendour, and Richard Cros, of the other part, witnessing that he has demised to them the rectory of Wodehyll (except two rooms) and a messuage with 20a. land and meadow in Wemyngton or Wodehyll for three years from Lady Day, 1460. For this they shall pay a rent of 20 marks and bear the charges of the church. He will repair the house and walls of the rectory. Provision for the board of his father and the repayment of money lent him by the said Nicholas. . . May, 38 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Westmorland. Cumberland.] C. 6193. Grant by Henry Threlkeld, knight, to Lancelot. . . and Ellen his wife, daughter of Thomas Stirkeland, knight, and the heirs male of their bodies, of half the manor of Yanewith, messuages, fulling-mills, and one-third of a water-mill there, a messuage in Amotebrig, a tenement in Penreth, a close in Crosby Ravynswath &c . . May, 2 . Henry VI.
Wilts. C. 6194. Quitclaim by John York, son and heir of William York, esquire, to William Mille, chaplain of the chantry of the Holy Trinity at the altar of St. Mary the Virgin in the church of Remesbury, called 'the Wotton and York chantry,' of his right in two messuages in Remesbury, in 'le freorcherd,' whereof one lies 'infra pilam de Remesbury,' abutting on the highway and the bank of the Kenet, between the tenement of Richard Darell, knight, &c, and the other is between a lane and a footpath which both lead to the church, and of his right in land, &c. in Puryton Stoke, Bentham, Lydyard, Brokynburgh, and Wotton Basset. 20 December, 16 Edward IV. See C. 3630.
Berks. C. 6195. Draft of an indenture dated 8 October, 23 Henry VI, between Thomas, abbot of Redyng, of the one part, and William Yorke of the other part, witnessing that he had demised to the said William his manor of Esthenred for 21 years from Michaelmas next, to hold on the same terms that William Combe now holds it. He also grants to him all his pasture in the manor and 300 sheep, valued at 8d. each, at a rent of 3l. 13s. 4d., and five cartloads of hay, to be carried from Cholsey at his own cost. Endorsed, IHC . . . s Tylly viij. myle by yond Glowte . . . syd and Newent — ij.d. Item to . . . kynborowh Maydon in Glowsettr jd. to S. Brydys in London jd. English, paper.
Glouc. Oxford. Berks. C. 6196. Chirograph indented made between Richard Crofte of Wodestok, esquire of the body to the king, of the one part, and John Vowell, doctor of law, of the other part, witnessing that they have agreed that if Hugh Crofte, son of the said Richard, die in his lifetime, Isabel, Hugh's wife, being then alive, Richard shall within three months after Hugh's death provide for Isabel an estate of the yearly value of 20 marks in Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire or Berkshire for her life, or else shall pay her 130l.; provision (partly illegible) as to lands of Thomas Rodney, Isabel's father, in Bristol and its suburbs; and if Richard make to Hugh and Isabel, or to her alone, a jointure of 20l. or a larger estate to them of the same value, he shall be discharged of the covenants contained in this indenture. 29 June, 2 Richard III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.] C. 6197. Indenture witnessing that John Bamme son and heir of Richard Bamme of Dertford has demised to Master Richard Lyndesey lands in the parishes of Sutton and Derteford including lands called 'Houngries,' 'Haloledene' and land in 'Peryfelde,' 'Stottysforde' 'Southfelde,' the 'Fresshemede of Derteford,' &c., situate as described, for 20 winters; rent, 43s. 4d. 15 November, 31 Henry VI. English. Endorsed, Ricardus Lyndesay et Pult, Nicholas Sentleger, Sutton at Hone.
Wilts. C. 6198. Release by John Halgot of Remesbury to John Pottere of the same, of all actions real and personal. Sunday before the Ascension, 21 [Richard] II. Seal.
[Kent.] C. 6199. Grant by Osbert Spiring of Hoo St. Mary to Stephen son of Stephen de Delham, of his land in a meadow called 'Pertrichys Med' and in a croft 'ate Venne' between the land of the abbot of Reading, &c. For this grant Stephen has given him 20s. beforehand. 27 Edward I.
[Herts.] C. 6200. Letters from William de Dunmawe, clerk, appointing William Kere his attorney to receive seisin of a messuage, 180a. land, a mill, 12a. meadow, and a rent of 8 marks in Ashewelle, Henxteworthe, and Waulyngton from Henry Gernet. Wenyton, Thursday before St. Dunstan, 4 Edward II.