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Close Rolls, Edward III: December 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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December 1365

Dec. 10.
Westminster.
To the bailiffs of the town of St. Botolph. Order, for particular causes, to cause all cellars or houses wherein are stored sweet wines and no other for sale to be without delay closed and kept closed, and if in any house are stored sweet wines with other wines to cause them to be parted, and the sweet wines or the other to be drawn forth thence, closing the cellars or houses wherein the sweet wines shall be stored, so that the same shall not be sold to be taken forth elsewhere until further order. By K. and C.
[Fœdera.]
The like to the following:
The bailiffs of the city of Rochester and of 25 other cities and towns.
The mayor and bailiffs of Sandwych and of 12 other cities and towns.
[Ibid.]
Charter of William de la Forde, son sometime of John de la Forde of Hemelhamstede, giving with warranty to Adam le Gardiner of Pendele and Adam Coke of Little Gatesden, their heirs and assigns, all the lands, rents and services of tenants whatsoever, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods etc. which the said William had or may have in the towns of Hemelhamstede and Kings Langeleye, sometime of his said father, of Walter le Saucer, Margery his wife and John le Corveyser, and all other he had or may have in the said towns in demesne or in reversion except such as were sometime of Richard le Chamberlayn. Witnesses: Sir John Cheyne, Sir John de Aylesbury knights, John de la Hay, William de Wotton, John atte Strete, John le Clerk of Hemelhamstede. Dated Hemelhamstede, Sunday the feast of St. Clement 39 Edward III.
Charter of William de la Forde (as above), giving to Adam le Gardiner of Pendele and Adam Coke of Little Gatesden, their heirs and assigns, all his lands, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, rents and services of tenants whatsoever sometime of Richard le Chamberlayn in the towns of Hamelhamstede and Kings Langele. Witnesses: Sir John de Chenie, Sir John de Aillesbury knights, John de la Haye, William de Wotton, John atte Strete, John le Clerc of Hamelhamstede. Dated Hamelhamstede (as the last).
Writing of William de la Forde (as above), being a letter of attorney to William de Wotton and William de Wengrave to deliver to Adam le Gardiner of Pendele and Adam Coke of Little Gatesden seisin of all the lands etc. which the said William de la Forde ever had in the towns of Hamelhamstede and Kings Langele, according to his charters to them made. Dated Hamelhamstede (as above).
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charters and writing, 3 December.
Writing of Thomas son of John de la Forde of Hamelhamstede, being a quitclaim to Adam Gardiner of Pendele and Adam Coke of Little Gatesden, in seisin thereof being by gift and feoffment of William his brother, of all lands, rents and services of tenants whatsoever, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods etc. sometime of his said father, of Walter le Saucer, Margery his wife and John le Corveyser, with all other which the said William ever had in the towns of Hamelhamstede and Kings Langele, and warranty of the premises to the said Adam and Adam, their heirs and assigns, except such lands etc. as were of Richard le Chamberlayn. Witnesses: Sir John Chenie, Sir John de Aillesbury knights, John de la Haye, William Wotton, John atte Strete, John le Clerc of Hamelhamstede. Dated Hamelhamstede, Sunday the feast of St. Andrew 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 December.
Writing of Robert de Marny knight, being a quitclaim to Robert de Bourton parson of Wykham and late warden of the chantry of Leyre Marny church and to Edmund Barnabe of the wardship of the lands which were in the king's hand after the death of William Bruyn knight by reason of the nonage of his heir, and of the said heir's marriage. Dated London, 5 December 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 15 December.
Dec. 16.
Westminster.
John Grismond of London 'taillour' to Thomas de Thelwall clerk. Recognisance for 6l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in the city of London.
Dec. 21.
Westminster.
John de Enefeld citizen and pepperer of London, Eudo Purchace citizen and draper of London, Geoffrey Adam citizen of London, John de Kestevene citizen and mercer of London, John de Shalyngford citizen and tailor of London and Roger de Gippewico citizen and cordwainer of London to John Briklesworth citizen of London. Joint and several recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. in the city of London.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged before the chancellor.
Membrane 4d.
Writing of Andrew de Sakeville the son knight, giving with warranty to Ralph de Restwold and Thomas Hancepe, their heirs and assigns, the third part of the manor of Beaumys etc. in Great Shoprugge, Swalewefeld, Shynyngfeld, Stratfeld, Burefeld, Suthcote, Farleye etc. cos. Wiltes and Berks, and the third part of the manors of Hakeneston co. Wiltes, Lekhampstede and Yatyndon co. Berks, with the advowsons of Yatyngden church and Hakeneston chapel, which descended to him after the death of Edmund de la Beche as cousin and one of the heirs of Nicholas de la Beche knight. Witnesses: John Bardolf, William de Makeneye, Hugh de Berewyk knights, Henry Stormy, Robert Bullok, Andrew de Stratford. Dated la Lee in the parish of la Hurst, Wednesday the feast of St. Barnabas 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 December.
Writing of Thomas Hancepe, being a quitclaim to Ralph de Restwold of all right in the third part of the manor of Beaumys with appurtenances in Great Sheprugge, Swalefeld, Shynyngfeld, Stratfeld, Burefeld, Suthcote, Farleye etc. cos. Wiltes and Berks, and in the third part part of the manor of Hakeneston co. Wiltes with the advowson of the chapel. Witnesses: John Bardolf, William Makkeneye, Hugh de Berewyk knights, Henry Sturmy, Robert Bullok, Andrew de Stratford. Dated la Lee in the parish of la Hurst, the eve of St. Andrew 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 December.
Writing of Andrew de Sakeville the son knight, being a quitclaim with warranty to Ralph de Restwold, his heirs and assigns, of the third part of the manor of Beaumys with appurtenances in Great Sheprugge, Swalwefeld, Shynyngfeld, Stratfeld, Burefeld, Southcote, Farley etc. cos. Wiltes and Berks, and the third part of the manor of Hakeneston co. Wiltes with the advowson of Hakeneston chapel. Witnesses (as the last). Dated la Lee in the parish of la Hurst, Tuesday after St. Andrew 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 December.
Writing of Ralph de Restwold, being a quitclaim to Thomas Hancepe of all right in the third part of the manors of Lekhampstede and Yatyngden co. Berks and in the advowson of Yatyngden church. Witnesses (as above). Dated la Lee in the parish of la Hurst, the eve of St. Andrew 39 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 December.
Dec. 8.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Devon. Order, upon the petition of Robert Goderych 'skynnere,' to stay the exigents against him and the taking of his body at the suit of John Pasford 'cordewaner' until the day the writ of exigents is returnable, bringing this writ on that day; as the said John is impleading the said Robert before the justices of the Bench concerning an alleged trespass, and the said Robert is put in exigents to be outlawed in that county for that he came not before the said justices to answer the said John, and has prayed to be dismissed until the said day as he is ready so to answer and to stand to right in that behalf; and he has found in chancery Walter Oxton, Robert Ive, Thomas Duke and Richard Olneye of the city of London, who have mainperned under a pain of 100l. to have his body before the said justices on that day.
Dec. 12.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Kent. Order, upon the petition of John de Lodelyngden, Richard de Ellehirst and Ralph his brother, Richard Aleyn and Michael his brother and Geoffrey Lyghtefot, to stay the taking of their bodies until the quinzaine of St. Hilary by mainprise of Thomas Cheyvene of Merden the elder, Thomas de Chyvene the younger, John Hayward 'sherman' and Richard Wolf of London, bringing this writ on that day; as Thomas Hartherugge of Merden is impleading the said John de Lodelyngden and the others before the justices of the Bench for an alleged trespass, and for that the sheriff returned before the said justices that they were not found and have nothing in his bailiwick whereby they might be attached, the king ordered him by writ de judicio to take them so as to have them before the justices on the aforesaid day to answer to the said Thomas; and they have prayed to be dismissed until that day as they are ready to answer touching the said trespass, and have found in chancery the said mainpernors, who have mainperned under a pain of 20l. to have their bodies before the justices as aforesaid.