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Close Rolls, Edward III: July 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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July 1365

July 4.
Westminster.
John abbot of Whallay, for himself and the convent, to David de Wollore clerk. Recognisance for 20 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels and ecclesiastical goods in Lancashire.
Memorandum of defeasance, upon condition that the said abbot pay 10 marks in the quinzaine of Michaelmas next.
Cancelled on payment.
July 5.
Westminster.
Richard de Haveryng knight to Queen Philippa. Recognisance for 60l., to be levied etc. of his lands and chattels in Wyltes.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by Richard de Ravenser late receiver of the said queen's moneys and John de Gosebourne auditor of her accounts.
Writing of Thomas de Sancto Quintino and Alice his wife, granting that Edmund Wille clerk has fully accounted to them for the time he occupied and had the keeping of the lands, rents and services, goods and chattels of the said Alice, and has contented them of all profits thence arising all that time, and releasing to the said Edmund, his heirs and executors, all actions, plaints and demands by reason of debt, account, covenant, contract, trespass etc. Dated London, 5 July 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said Thomas, 6 July.
July 8.
Westminster.
John de Blockeleye the younger to John de Blockeleye parson of Lytethurne. Recognisance for 20 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Worcestershire.
July 9.
Westminster.
Adam Kentissh of Kershalton to John Pallyng of Drayton. Recognisance for 16l. payable by instalments; to be levied etc. in Surrey.
July 8.
Westminster.
Andrew Grauncort to Roger Germayn. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. in the city of London.
Aug. 21.
Westminster.
Thomas de Lathum knight the elder to William de Wyndesore knight. Recognisance for 40l. payable by instalments; to be levied etc. in Lancashire.
Memorandum that this recognisance was taken by William de Skipwyth, by writ of dedimus potestatem which is on the files for this year.
Membrane 19d.
Charter of Hugh Craan citizen of Winchester, giving with warranty to Sir Nicholas de Lovayne knight, his heirs and assigns, his manors of Heggecourt and Coulyngle with a wood called Lynlee and a chapel situated in the park there, and with parks, mills, woods, meadows, pastures, waters, fisheries, ponds, fish ponds, ways, paths, turbaries, rents, reliefs, heriots, suits of court, rights etc. in the parishes of Wolkenstede, Grenstede, Lyngefeld, Horne, Crawle, Borstowe and Horle cos. Surrey and Sussex, all which the said Hugh had of the gift of John Husee brother of Sir Roger Husee knight, and all lands, rents and services of free men and neifs which he has in the parishes aforesaid. Witnesses: John de Sancto Claro knight, Roger Dalingrugge, Thomas de Leukenore, Richard de Borstowe, William Newdegate, Henry atte Helde, Robert de Weston. Dated Heggecourt, 10 June 39 Edward III.
Writing of Hugh Craan citizen of Winchester, being a quitclaim with warranty to Sir Nicholas de Lovayne knight, his heirs and assigns, of the manors, wood, chapel etc. (described in the foregoing charter). Witnesses: John de Sancto Claro knight, Roger Dalingrugge, Richard de Borstowe, Thomas de Leukenore, John Boilly, John atte Boure, Richard Manfee. Dated Heggecourt, 20 June 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charter and writing, 8 July.
Writing of Roger Orwyn of Cambridgeshire, brother and heir of William Sheppehird of Coppithall, being a release to John Pernyll parker of Coppithall of any suit against him concerning the late death of the said William at Coppithall co. Essex. Dated Westminster, 9 July 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 10 July.
July 11.
Westminster.
William de Swanlond, son and heir of Simon de Swanlond knight (militis), to Stephen de Cavendish 'draper.' Recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Middlesex.
Writing of Thomas de Sutton, being a quitclaim with warranty to William Horne, Roger Digge, Hugh de Staunton, William Digge 'chaundeler' and Joan his wife, their heirs and assigns, of a messuage with appurtenances in Scholane. Dated London, Tuesday the Nativity of St. John Baptist 39 Edward III. Witnesses: John Rote, Thomas Hermyn, Robert de York, William Sallowe, John Hedyngham, Simon atte Nax, William de Bathe, William de Eyette.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 11 July.
July 13.
Westminster.
Thomas de Shepton parson of Melles co. Somerset, Walter Corbyn and Richard Tournour citizens [and] tailors of London to William de Pikwell parson of Trent. Recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels in Somerset.
Cancelled on payment.
July 13.
Westminster.
John de Romesy to William de Sandford clerk. Recognisance for 120l., to be levied etc. in the city of London.
Charter of John de Romesy, giving with warranty to William de Sandford clerk, his heirs, executors or assigns, a messuage and garden in Mugwelstrete in the parish of St. Olave London. Witnesses: John Osekyn, John de Butterwyke, William Baldewyne, John Baldewyne, Richard Broke. Dated London, 14 July 38 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 July this year.
July 12.
Westminster.
To Thomas de Lodelowe and his fellows, justices of assize in Kent. Order to proceed to take an assize of novel disseisin before them arraigned by John William citizen and spicer of London and Elizabeth his wife against Richard son of Benedict de Fulsham late citizen of London and Thomas de Thorneton 'pavylonner' concerning tenements in Little Chatham and Great Delse by Rochester so far as regards those not in the king's hand and not those taken into his hand, doing justice to the parties, the king's former command notwithstanding; as the said plaintiffs put in view 60 acres of land in Little Chatham, and upon the certificate of John de Tye escheator in that county that he took into the king's hand 60 acres of land in the said town which were of the said Benedict for that he found by inquisition, by him taken of his office, that the said Benedict at his death held them in his demesne as of fee in chief as of Ledes castle by the service of the fourth part of one knight's fee, the king commanded the said justices, if assured that the premises put in view are the lands so seized by the escheator into the king's hand, or any part thereof, not to proceed to take the said assize; and now on behalf of the said John and Elizabeth it is shewn the king that the justices purpose not to proceed to take the said assize concerning other lands which are not in the king's hand, though they are suing for other lands as well as for those which are in the king's hand. By C.
Membrane 18d.
Indenture made at London between John de Romesye and William de Sandford clerk, being a defeasance of the above recognisance upon condition that the said William, his heirs, executors or assigns, shall not be impleaded by the heirs of the said John, by Amice his wife if she survive him, or by the executors of Margery de Romesye who was his mother or of Thomas his brother, or their executors, or by any other by virtue of any demise made by the said Margery or Thomas of a messuage and garden in Mugwelstrete London in the parish of Seynt Olave now held by the said William of the said John's gift, so that they lose the premises or any part thereof; that no execution shall be made against them by virtue of any statute merchant [or] recognisance made in a court of record by the said John, his mother or brother, without their assent and contrivance; that the premises or any part thereof shall not be charged by any rent charge made by the said John, Margery, Thomas, or his or her executors; or in case the said William, his heirs or executors or the assigns of any of them shall plead in chief without the assent of the said John or his heirs to any writ touching the premises or part thereof, such pleadings to be made at the costs of the said William etc. Dated London, Tuesday before St. Margaret 39 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties, 16 July.
July 14.
Easthampstead.
Richard des Armes is sent to the abbot and convent of St. Augustine Bristol, to take of that house such maintenance for life as William Alfryd deceased had at the late king's request. By p.s. [26691.]
Charter of William son and heir of John de Midelton of Willesden co. Middlesex, giving with warranty to Thomas de Frowyk, his heirs and assigns, all his lands, rents and services, with two cottages and the curtilages adjoining with hedges and ditches in Nesedon in the parish of Willesdon, sometime of Richard de Midelton son of John de Midelton the elder. Witnesses: John Barneville, John de Eston, Richard de Eston, Thomas Greyby, Ralph Robert, Thomas Raulyn. Dated Willesdon, Whitsunday 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in the chancery at Bishops Hatfeld co. Hertford, 21 July.
Indenture made between William son and heir of John de Midelton of Willesdon co. Middlesex and Thomas de Frowyk, whereby the said Thomas grants that, whereas he has paid for the said William to Thomas Fraunceys 100 marks wherein the said William was bound by a statute merchant of 200 marks, the said William and his heirs may enter again and hold in their former estate the lands in the said county which the said Thomas Frowyk has purchased of him if he or his heirs shall after ten years pay or cause to be paid to the said Thomas Frowyk or his executors the said sum, and shall meantime find security, such as Thomas Frowyk, his heirs or executors or their counsel will appoint, not to demise nor alien the same in fee, for life or a term of years; and further whereas the said William is bound to the said Thomas Frowyk in 40l. by a statute merchant, and by another to the said Thomas Fraunceys in 200 marks as aforesaid, the said William grants that if the said Thomas de Frowyk, his heirs or assigns, be diminished (entagles) or impleaded concerning the premises by reason of any deed, contract or annuity by him made, the said statutes shall remain in force, and also that whereas he has a windmill in ruins in the parish of Willesdon, Thomas de Frowyk may take timber and all that thereto pertains and do his will therewith without impeachment of the said William in time to come. Witnesses (as the last). Dated Willesdon, Monday after Whitsunday 39 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties at Bishops Hatfeld, 21 July.
Writing of William son and heir of John de Midelton of Willesdon co. Middlesex, being a quitclaim with warranty to Thomas de Frowyk, his heirs and assigns, of the lands, rents, services, hays, woods etc. which the said Thomas has of his grant and demise in the said county. Witnesses (as above). Dated Willesdon, Sunday after Easter 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Bishops Hatfeld, 21 July.
July 17.
Startfield Mortimer.
To the master and brethren of the Maison Dieu Dovorre. Request to admit to their house John Parker, yeoman of Isabel the king's daughter, and to cause maintenance to be thereof ministered to him such as John Monyu deceased had at the king's command, making him letters patent under their common seal with mention of all that he shall so take, for which the king will be bound to them, and certifying the king by the bearer what they think fit to do at this request; as for his good service to the said Isabel the king would make provision for maintenance of the said John. By p.s. [26695.]
July 26.
Windsor.
To William Banastre. Order not to meddle in taking of assizes, juries and certificates arraigned before whatsoever justices in Salop, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, by virtue of the king's late commission appointing him together with William de Fyncheden and Roger de Kirketon justices so to do; as for particular causes the king has thought fit to remove the said William Banastre. By K.