Close Rolls, Edward III: 1366

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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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1366 Writing of Katherine relict of William de la Pole the elder, being a quitclaim to the king and his heirs of all right by reason of dower or other title whatsoever in the manor of Brustwyk in Holdernesse, the manors and towns of Cleton, Little Humbre, Burton Pridese, Outhorn, Wythornse, Skeftelyng, Kylnese, Esyngton, Preston, Bonde Brustwyk, Ravensere, Hedon, Barowe, Paghel Flete, Sporteleye, Lelle Dyk and Elstonwyk together with the wapentake of Holdernesse, and in a farm called serjeanty of the crown, all members and of the appurtenances of the said manor of Brustwyk, also in 210 acres of land and 92 acres of meadow of the demesne lands of the said manor of Brustwyk in Skeklyng, in the said towns of Lelle Dyk and Elstonwyk, the towns and hamlets of Northorp, Hoton, Synthorp and Dymelton, in 20 bovates of land called Rugemound, the manor and town of Skipse with the bailiwick and hamlet of Newehithe, in the homages and services of the freeholders in Holem and all other members and appurtenances, and likewise in the manors of Gryngele and Wheteleye co. Notyngham, in a yearly rent of 260 marks which the said William took of the ancient custom of wools, hides and woolfells in the port of Kyngeston upon Hull, and in all other the lands and tenements which the said William had of the said king's gift and surrendered into the king's hands. Dated Kyngeston upon Hull, Monday after St. Lucy 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Kyngeston upon Hull, 14 December, before Thomas de Ingelby to whom the king gave power to receive that acknowledgment by writ of dedimus potestatem, which is upon the files of chancery for this year.