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Close Rolls, Edward III: 1365

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 12, 1364-1369. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1910.

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1365

1365 Membrane 3d.
Writing indented of Juliana who was wife of Henry son of Conan de Kelkfeld knight, being a lease to farm of her manor of Kelkfeld, which was in seisin of Conan son of Henry de Kelkfeld knight, to John son of Nicholas de Langton of York and Thomas de Fencotes, and to their executors, from Thursday after the Assumption 39 Edward III to Michaelmas following and thenceforward for one whole year, paying at the end of the year 20l., to payment whereof they bind themselves and their executors. Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Musgrave, Sir John Moubray knights, Thomas de Mersk, William Gascoigne, John de Wyclyf. Dated York, the day before mentioned.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at York, 16 December, before Thomas de Ingelby, by virtue of a writ of dedimus potestatem which is on the files of chancery for this year.
Charter indented between Dame Juliana who was wife of Sir Henry son of Conan de Kelkefeld and Thomas son of Henry son of Conan de Kelkefeld, giving to the said Thomas and his heirs the manor of Kelkefeld with all lands etc. which were of the said Sir Henry in Kelkefeld except a messuage and two bovates of land by the said Henry purchased of William son of Conan chaplain, so long as the said Juliana shall peaceably hold the manor of Manfeld in Richemondshire for term of her life without being by the said Thomas or his heirs put out or impleaded concerning the same or any parcel thereof, and if so put out or impleaded in a plea to which they shall appear in any court of record, it shall be lawful for the said Juliana to enter the said manor and lands in Kelkefeld without gainsaying, saving always her action for dower if otherwise she have right thereto. Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Musgrave the father, Sir John Moubray, John de Fencotes, William de Nessefeld, Alexander Moubray William Gascoigne, William de Swale, Thomas de Mersk. Dated Kelkefeld, Monday the feast of the Conception 39 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties at York, 16 December, before Thomas de Ingelby (as above).