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Close Rolls, Edward III: October 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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October 1365

Oct. 14.
Westminster.
Robert Bakester of Hedon to Alan Palmer. Recognisance for 16l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Yorkshire.
Writing of William bishop of Winchester, granting that the manor of Tenhyde co. Wiltes, now held of him for life by Maud who was wife of Robert Seleman knight with reversion to the said bishop and his heirs, shall remain to the rector and brethren of the house of Edyndon and to their successors, according to the licences of the king and other the chief lords, with warranty of the said manor. Dated his manor of Southwerk, Sunday after St. Luke 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 27 October.
Oct. 27.
Westminster.
John de Shordyche of Hakeneye to William de Morton. Recognisance for 50 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Middlesex.
Writing of Thomas de Rokeby knight, confirming the estate of Richard le Scrope knight in the manor of Brigenhale, with a quitclaim thereof to the said Richard, his heirs and assigns. Witnesses: John Moubray, Thomas de Musgrave, Thomas de Ingelby, Brian de Stapilton knights. Dated London, Monday the eve of St. Simon and St. Jude 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 27 October.
Oct. 28.
Westminster.
Gerard de Usflet to Elizabeth Latymer and John de Repynghale. Recognisance for 20l. payable by instalments; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Yorkshire.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by the said John.
Writing of William de Notton, being a quitclaim with warranty to William de Fyncheden, his heirs and assigns, of all lands, rents and services which he has of the gift of the said William de Notton in Wolvelay and Notton co. York. Dated Westminster, Sunday before St. Simon and St. Jude 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 28 October.
Oct. 26.
Westminster.
Nicholas de Tamworth knight, who is sailing on the king's service to parts over sea, appoints John de Thamworth clerk his attorney for one year to receive his rents and debts, make acquittances, cancel recognisances etc.
Membrane 15d.
Oct. 16.
Westminster.
Walter Walssh to Queen Philippa. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in the county of Suthampton.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by Richard de Ravensere treasurer of the said queen.
Oct. 16.
Westminster.
Lawrence de Lymford to William de Sancto Omero. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. in Oxfordshire.
Cancelled on payment.
Oct. 18.
Westminster.
Philip Mongomory to Peter prior of St. Saviour Bermondeseye. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. in Somerset.
Oct. 24.
Westminster.
William Rounfare of Skirlagh to Thomas de Beverle and Thomas de Wilton of Yorkshire. Recognisance for 200l., to be levied etc. in Yorkshire.
Oct. 24.
Westminster.
Thomas de Aldoun knight to Adam de Karlill citizen and draper of London. Recognisance for 50l., to be levied etc. in Kent.
Charter of Thomas de Kyngeston knight, being a grant with warranty to Peter Pipard, his heirs and assigns for ever, of the manor of Little Sutton with all lands, meadows, feedings, pastures, rents and services etc. in Great Sutton, Nywenham and Crokerton, and 14 acres of meadow in Putmede by Busshepestrowe, to him leased for life by the said Thomas and to his assigns, and to his executors or assigns for two years after his death, at a yearly rent of 15 quarters of wheat 8 quarters of dredge and 7 quarters of oats for all services, together with the rents and services of the free tenants of the said manor which were excepted in the first demise and the reversion of the tenements of tenants for life of the same. Witnesses: Lawrence de Sancto Martino, Walter atte Berghe, Thomas Hungerford, Michael Skillyng, William Worfton, Nicholas Bonham, Henry Estlynton. Dated Little Sutton, Monday the quinzaine of Michaelmas 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 26 October.
Indenture of defeasance of the foregoing charter, upon condition that Peter Pipard or his assigns during his life, and his executors or assigns for two years after, shall peaceably hold the manor of Litel Sutton with lands, meadows, pastures, rents, services and reversions in Michel Sutton, Nywenham, Crokerton and Putmede by Busshepestrowe which he has of the lease and grant of Sir [Thomas] de Kyngeston, the reversion of a rent therein held for life by Sir John de Kyngeston son of the said Thomas with reversion to Sir Thomas and his heirs excepted, so that they be not put out nor impleaded by the said Sir Thomas, Maud his wife or their heirs nor by any other by true action, charge, recognisance, statute merchant or other charge earlier than this date made by Sir Thomas or his ancestors, nor by debt, charge or demand towards the king or any other, or else that Sir Thomas shall cause John his son and heir to grant and confirm to the said Peter, his executors or assigns, for the term aforesaid the said manor lands etc., the said reversion excepted. Dated Litel Sutton, Tuesday after the quinzaine of Michaelmas 39 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties, 26 October.
Membrane 14d.
Writing of Thomas son of Roger de Holtale, being a quitclaim to Joan who was wife of John de Coupland and to her heirs of all lands, rents and services of free men and neifs or of tenants at will sometime of her said husband as well in Northumberland as in the bishopric of Durham, the lands, rents and services which were his in the towns of Shotton and Holtale in the said county excepted. Dated London, Thursday before All Saints 39 Edward III.
Writing of Thomas son of Roger de Holtale, being a quitclaim to Joan who was wife of John de Coupland and to her heirs of the lands, rents and services, neifs and all that goes with them now held by the said Joan in the counties of Berewyk and Rokesburgh. Witnesses: Robert de Colville, James le Lorayn, Robert de Wodeford, John Kerre, James Watson. Dated Rokesburgh, Thursday after All Saints 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings, 20 November.
Writing of Thomas son of Roger de Holtale, being a release to Joan who was wife of John de Coupland and her heirs of the warranty of messuages, lands, rents, services etc. in the town of Holtale co. Northumberland whereto she and her heirs are bound by divers charters and deeds of feoffment and release in regard to all the lands therein contained which were of Sir William Heroun in Holtale, saving to the said Thomas, his heirs and assigns, all advantages of such warranty as against the said Joan and her heirs. Dated London, Wednesday after St. Nicholas 39 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties, 10 December.
Charter of Joan who was wife of John de Coupland in her widowhood, giving with warranty to Thomas son of Roger de Holtale, his heirs and assigns, all her messuages, lands, rents, woods, hays, waters, ponds, rivers, fish ponds, water mills, windmills, ways, paths, bondages, homages, wards, reliefs, marriages, escheats, turbaries, moors marshes, wastes, suits, reversions, meadows, feedings, pastures, services of free men and neifs etc. in the town of Schotton co. Northumberland whereof her said husband was seised. Witnesses: Sir Alan de Heeton knight, Sir Henry de Haveryngton knight, Thomas Muschance, John de Dichaude, John de Houburne, John de Alnewyk, Henry de Burton clerk. Dated Schotton, Saturday the feast of All Saints 39 Edward III.
Charter of Joan who was wife of John de Coupland in her widowhood, giving with warranty to Thomas son of Roger de Holtale, his heirs and assigns, all her messuages, lands etc. (as above) in the town of Holtale co. Northumberland whereof her said husband was seised. Witnesses: Sir Alan de Heeton knight, Thomas Muschance, Roger son of Adam de Brankeston, Walter son of Adam de Holtale, Adam Broune, Robert de Plaxton, Henry de Burton clerk. Dated Holtale, Saturday the feast of all Saints 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charters, 20 November.
Indenture made between Joan who was wife of John de Coupland and Thomas son of Roger de Holtale, being a release to the said Thomas and his heirs of a warranty wherein they were bound to the said Joan and to her heirs by a fine levied in the king's court of certain manors, moieties of manors and lands therein comprised, saving the advantage thereof as against the said Thomas and his heirs. Dated London, the morrow of St. Martin 39 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties, 20 November.
Nov. 10.
Westminster.
John de Asshe to Robert de Muskham clerk. Recognisance for 10 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Essex.
Cancelled on payment.
Membrane 13d.
Writing of John Beneyt, being a quitclaim with warranty to John James of Walyngford and his heirs of the tenements in the parish of Mary the less Walyngford, situate between the churchyard of Mary the less to the north and a tenement sometime of John Andrew towards the south, the heads abutting upon the highway from Fysshameles to Southgate towards the west and a lane called la Wodestrete towards the east. Witnesses: Nicholas Payable then mayor of the borough of Walyngford, Thomas Restwold, Walter Yonge, Henry Deem, Nicholas Tannere, Richard atte Felde, Henry Redyng, Robert Boty, Roger Milbourne. Dated Walyngford, 2 October 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 29 October.
Oct. 29.
Westminster.
Thomas Waryn of Somerset to Thomas Cheyne the king's esquire (scutifero) and John Philipot citizen of London. Recognisance for 200l. payable by instalments; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Somerset.
Writing of John Laundels, being a quitclaim with warranty to John de Bleobury clerk, his heirs and assigns, of the manor of Fernham co. Berks. Witnesses: Gilbert de Shotesbroke, Roger Jolyf, Thomas de Themeso, John Waldene, John de Eiton. Dated Shalyngford, 9 August 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 31 October.
Writing of Robert de Aspale parson of Warneford, being an acquittance to Elizabeth who was wife of John de Aspale knight for 20l. received by the hands of Adam parson of Cokefeld in full payment of her bond in 80l. Dated Westminster, Monday the feast of Michaelmas 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 November.
Charter of Thomas de Aldoun knight, giving with warranty to Sir Bartholomew Burgherssh knight, his heirs and assigns, his manor of Burgherssh with all lands, rents, services etc. thereto belonging. Witnesses: William Hichyngham, John Waleys, John Seint Cler knights, Richard Hurst, John de Asshebournham, Roger de Asshebournham. Dated Henden co. Kent, 3 November 39 Edward III.
Writing of Thomas de Aldoun knight, being a quitclaim with warranty to Sir Bartholomew Burgherssh knight, his heirs and assigns, of the manor of Burgherssh with all lands etc. thereto belonging. Witnesses (as the last). Dated Henden co. Kent, 5 November 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charter and writing, 6 November.
Indenture of accord between Sir Bartholomew de Burghersh and Sir Walter de Pavely of the one part and Sir Thomas Daldoun of the other part touching certain debates and pleas between them moved, that the said Sir Thomas, by fine levied by himself and his wife and otherwise as counsel shall appoint, shall assure to Sir Bartholomew the manor of Burghersh and all members and parcels thereto pertaining discharged of all charges save the lordship of the fee; that the said Sir Walter has released a yearly rent of 40l. which Sir Thomas granted to him and to his heirs for release of certain manors claimed by Sir Walter as his heritage in tail; that he shall also release to Sir Thomas the reversion of the lands of his heritage on his father's side, and not on his mother's side, which ought to come to him in case Sir Thomas should die without issue male of his body, for which release Sir Thomas shall enfeoff Sir Walter and his heirs for ever of the manor of Stoutyng, the appurtenances, members and parcels thereof, with 10l. issuing of parcel of the manor of Boughton and the tenants thereof (who shall be specified by name), of that part (if any) which is not entailed; that so soon as Sir Walter shall be by Sir Thomas enfeoffed of 50l. of land and rent in Kent in a manor of so much clear value by extent, without impeachment of entail or other action or charge, so that Sir Walter shall new build or repair the houses thereof and Sir Thomas shall pay his costs in so doing, Sir Walter shall again enfeoff Sir Thomas of the manor of Stoutyng and the rent aforesaid as fully as he had the same by feoffment of Sir Thomas; and that for performance of this bargain Sir Walter shall give Sir Thomas 100 marks, which sum is fully paid. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties, 6 November.
Writing of Thomas de Maundeville knight, being a release to Robert de Marny knight of all executions and of all personal actions, plaints and demands to date, an action for 100 marks upon his bond excepted. Dated London, 19 November 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 19 November.
Membrane 12d.
Indenture made between Thomas de Maundeville knight and Robert de Marny knight, being a demise and grant to the said Robert, his heirs and assigns, of the lands, rents and services held jointly and severally by Bartholomew Deumars and Robert Pycot and lately held by John Fabel in Horndon, except whatsoever the said Robert [de Marny] had in that town of the grant or feoffment of Mary who was wife of Thomas Fabel, with warranty thereof quit of all actions and charges by any persons whatsoever from 1 March 27 Edward III to this date, so that the grantor nor his heirs be not bound by virtue hereof to warrant, acquit or discharge the premises of actions or charges for any cause arising before 1 March aforesaid. Witnesses: William de Wauton, Hugh de Badewe knights, Hugh Malgraf, Thomas Belhous, Robert fitz William, John Bolyngton, John de Berden. Dated Horndon, 9 April 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.
Writing of Robert Pykot citizen and draper of London, being a quitclaim to Robert de Marny knight of the manor of Ardernhalle in Horndon and of all lands, rents and services etc. sometime of Thomas Fabel which the said Robert de Marny has in the town of Horndon. Dated London, 16 November 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.
Writing of John Fabel, son and heir of Thomas Fabel, being a grant and quitclaim with warranty to Robert de Marny knight, his heirs and assigns, of the manor of Ardernhalle in Horndon and all other lands, rents and services etc. sometime of the said Thomas his father which the said Robert has in the town of Horndon, and in the towns of Great Totham, Little Totham, Hebregge, Wykham and Goldhangre co. Essex; and a general release of all executions, and of all personal actions, plaints and demands. Dated London, 17 November 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.
Writing of Robert de Marny knight, being a quitclaim to Thomas de Maundeville knight, his heirs and assigns, of the manor and advowson of Falkebourne, all lands, woods, meadows, reversions, rents and services, villeins, villenages etc. sometime of Thomas Fabel in the towns of Falkebourne, Witham, Fairstede, Hatfeld Peverell, Wodeham Wauter, Terlyng, Retyngdon, Wodeham Mortymer and Ultyng, and all lands, woods etc. late of John Troye and after of Thomas Fabel in the town of Fairstede, certain lands called Clerkestenement in Hatfeld aforesaid late of William Fabel excepted. Witnesses: Sir John de Sutton the elder, John Gernoun, John de Sutton the younger, Richard de Sutton, Gilbert de Stanford knights. Dated Horndon, 9 April 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.
Writing of Thomas de Maundeville knight, being a quitclaim to Robert de Marny knight, his heirs and assigns, of all lands, rents and services etc. held jointly and severally by Bartholomew Deumars and Robert Pykot and lately held by John Fabel in Horndon, except whatsoever the said Robert de Marny had in that town of the feoffment of Mary who was wife of Thomas Fabel, which lands the said Sir Thomas lately demised and granted by writing indented to the said Robert de Marny, and warranty of the premises quit and discharged of all actions and charges by any persons whatsoever from 1 March 27 Edward III to 9 April last, except certain actions by the said Robert de Marny begun, and the issues, fines and amercements affecting the said Bartholomew, so that the said Thomas nor his heirs be not hereby bound to warrant, acquit or discharge the premises of actions or charges arising before 1 March aforesaid; and quitclaim of all lands, rents and services etc. which the said Robert de Marny lately had of the feoffment of the said Mary in the town of Horndon with like warranty. Dated London, 17 November 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.