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Close Rolls, Edward III: October 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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October 1366

Oct. 1.
Westminster.
Thomas son of Walter Faucomberge to William de Burstall clerk. Recognisance for 4l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Yorkshire.
Cancelled on payment.
Oct. 5.
Westminster.
Thomas Hungerford to Thomas Tyrel knight. Recognisance for 160l., to be levied etc. in Wyltes.
Cancelled on payment.
Oct. 22.
Westminster.
William de Kirketon citizen of London to Richard de Thoren clerk. Recognisance for 28l. payable by instalments; to be levied etc. in the city of London.
Cancelled on payment.
Membrane 11d.
Charter of William Hayward of Maldon, giving with warranty to Richard Salyngge of London, John Porter chaplain and John Heyward brother of the said William, their heirs and assigns, all his lands in the towns of Maldon, Borham and Beniflet. Witnesses: Thomas de Maldon, Edmund Dodebroke, Henry Tornour, John Cornewaylle, John Lowolde. Dated 6 October 40 Edward III.
Writing of William Heyward of Maldon, being a grant and sale to Richard Salyngge of London, John Porter chaplain and John Heyward brother of the said William, for a sum of money in hand paid, of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable in the towns of Maldon, Borham and Beniflet or wheresoever else. Dated 6 October 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charter and writing in the chancery at London, 7 October.
Writing of Katherine atte Fen, one of the daughters and heirs of Robert atte Fen, being a quitclaim with warranty to John Wroth the elder citizen of London and to his heirs of all the lands in Totenham and Edelmeton which he has of the gift and feoffment of Roger Bixle and Juliana his wife sister of the said Katherine. Witnesses: Jordan de Elsyng, Walter Clay, William Salman, John Goldyng, William atte Merssh. Dated Totenham, Wednesday after the octaves of the Purification 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at London, 5 October.
Oct. 8.
Westminster.
Robert Bronston of Osprenge to Robert Hughefeld. Recognisance for 40s., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Kent.
Oct. 11.
Westminster.
James Coene to Reynold de Neuport. Recognisance for 8l. payable by instalments; to be levied etc. in Kent.
Oct. 12.
Westminster.
Richard Stacy and Walter his brother to William de Mulsho dean of the king's free chapel of St. Martin le Grand London. Joint and several recognisance for 88l., to be levied etc. in Essex.
Oct. 14.
Westminster.
Nicholas Clerc of Bishops Lavyngton co. Wiltes to John Ruycote of Oxfordshire. Recognisance for 300l., to be levied etc. in Oxfordshire.
Oct. 16.
Westminster.
Thomas Fitlyng to Robert de Marny knight. Recognisance for 16l., to be levied etc. in Essex.
Charter of John de Gurneye of Somersete knight, giving with warranty to Master Richard de la Barre, Master Richard Chaundos, Adam Esegar and Baldwin de Whiteneye clerks, their heirs or assigns, the manors of Inglescombe, Odwode and Knolle co. Somerset and Mammehede co. Devon, all lands, rents and services in Hereford, Tatynton and Weston co. Hereford, and all other lands, rents and services in that county; and appointing John de la Broke and Nicholas de Eye his attorneys to deliver seisin of the premises. Witnesses: John de Burleye, John de Eylesford knights, John Gour, Richard de la Nasshe, Roger Partrich. Dated Hereford, Thursday after St. Edward King and Confessor 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 16 October.
Oct. 20.
Westminster.
Thomas Westeton of Petresfeld and John Carpenter of Petresfeld to Arnald de Pynkeny, clerk. Joint and several recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels in the county of Suthampton.
Writing of Alice who was wife of John de Ultyng, being a quitclaim to Thomas de Maundeville knight, Elizabeth his wife, Thomas their son and Thomas de Benyngton, and to the heirs of the said Thomas de Maundeville the father, of the lands, rents and services called the Holehalle lying in the towns of Fairestede, Notle, Terlyng, Wytham and Falkburne. Dated Westminster, 20 October 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 22 October.
Writing of Thomas de Fauconberg, son and heir of Walter de Fauconberg sometime lord of Skelton in Clyveland, being a quitclaim with warranty to Sir Robert de Alta Rypa and Sir Thomas Somer chaplains, during the life of Dame Isabel de Fauconberg, of the manors of Rise and Wythernwyk in Holdernesse with the advowson of the church and chantry of Rise and all manner of reversions as they fall in, which the said Robert and Thomas had for her life of the gift and feoffment of the said Isabel. Witnesses: Thomas de Thweng parson of Lythum, Sir Thomas de Sutton, Sir William de Sancto Quintino knights, Roger de Fulthorp, John de Malteby, Robert de Wythernwyk, Robert Lorymer. Dated Skelton in Clyveland, Tuesday after the Nativity of the Virgin 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 25 October.
Membrane 10d.
Writing of Thomas Fauconberg, son and heir of Sir Walter de Fauconberg sometime lord of Skelton in Clyveland, giving to Dame Isabel de Fauconberg, her heirs and assigns, Robert son of Juliana his neif of Hornsebek dwelling in Skaresburg with his goods and chattels wherever found and all that goes with him, granting and confirming to her for life with warranty her estate in the manors of Ryse in Holdernesse, Wythornwyk and Estbrun with the advowson of the church and chantry of Ryse, and in the third part of the manors of Skelton and Mersk in Clyveland which she holds in dower by assignment made in chancery and by livery of the escheator, with release of all actions and plaints against her by reason of waste or trespass in the said manors which she holds or had in wardship by reason of the nonage of the said Thomas. Witnesses: Sir John Bigott, Sir William de Sancto Quintino knights, Roger de Fulthorp, John de Malteby, William de Lackenby. Dated Skelton, Friday after the Nativity of the Virgin 1366.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 25 October.
Oct. 24.
Westminster.
John de Moubray of Axiholme to brother William de Monkelane of the order of St. Augustine, Nicholas de Neuton clerk, Thomas de Walmesford clerk and Stephen atte Rothe clerk executors of Humphrey de Bohun earl of Hereford and Essex. Recognisance for 800l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Lincolnshire.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by the said William de Monkelane and Stephen.
Indenture made between Sir John de Moubray lord of Axiholme of the one part and brother William de Monkelane of the order of St. Austyn, Nicholas de Neuton clerk, Thomas de Walmesford clerk and Stephen atte Rothe clerk executors of Humphrey de Bohun earl of Hereford and Essex of the other part, being a defeasance of the foregoing recognisance, upon condition that Lawrence Hauberk, John Tours and William de Bourgh or one of them pay to the said executors in the church of St. Paul London 100l. at Easter next, 100l. at Michaelmas following, 50 marks at Easter following, 50 marks at Michaelmas following and so for two more years 100 marks a year at Easter and Michaelmas by even portions until 400l. be fully paid. Dated London, 26 October 40 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said brother William and Nicholas, 27 October.
Writing of Margaret daughter and heir of John Pykard of York merchant, being a quitclaim with warranty to Thomas de Ingelby knight and Katherine his wife, the heirs and assigns of the said Thomas, of a messuage and appurtenances by Dyvelynstanes in Northstrete York which her said father had of the gift and feoffment of John Sleght parson of Laisyngby. Dated London, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 24 October.
Oct. 26.
Westminster.
Robert de Woubourn to John de Repynghale. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in Oxfordshire.
Cancelled on payment.
Oct. 28.
Westminster.
Thomas de Garwynton of Kent to John Beverlee. Recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied etc. in Kent.
Oct. 28.
Westminster.
John de Grymesby to Richard de Ravenser clerk and William Hauley the younger. Recognisance for 40 marks, to be levied etc. in Lincolnshire.
Oct. 29.
Westminster.
John abbot of Whallay, for himself and the convent, to David de Wollore clerk and Thomas de Neuby clerk. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. of their lands and chattels and ecclesiastical goods in Lancashire.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by the said David.
Oct. 31.
Westminster.
William de Skipwyth knight, Roger de Fulthorp, William de Haulay the younger and William de Nessefeld to Richard Fraunceys, John Ussher, Peter de Stodeye and Richard Parys. Recognisance for 350 marks payable by instalments; to be levied etc. of their lands and chattels in Lincolnshire.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by the said Richard Fraunceys and John Ussher.
Oct. 31.
Westminster.
John de Stokwyth of Scardeburgh to Thomas de Heslarton of Louthorp and John de Sutton. Recognisance for 100l., to be levied etc. in Yorkshire.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by the said Thomas before John de Botheby a clerk of chancery by virtue of the king's writ of dedimus potestatem which is on the files for the 42nd year.
Nov. 3.
Westminster.
Hugh le Yonge clerk, David de Hanemere and Edmund de Burghton to John de Chichestre citizen of London. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. in Salop.
Cancelled on payment.
Nov. 4.
Westminster.
Henry le Walssh of Aghton to Thomas de Thelwall clerk. Recognisance for 2 marks, to be levied etc. in Lancashire.
Cancelled on payment.
Oct. 8.
Westminster.
Walter de Salle of Horton to John de Brampton clerk. Recognisance for 6 marks, to be levied etc. in Bukinghamshire.
Cancelled on payment.
Membrane 9d.
Writing of Walter, son and heir of Walter de Chesthunte knight (militis), being a quitclaim with warranty to Richard Wydeville, his heirs and assigns, of the third part of the manors of Stokebruer and Aldryngton co. Norhampton with the advowsons of Stokebruer and Aldryngton, and of a yearly rent of 10l. issuing from the third part aforesaid. Witnesses: Nicholas Grene, Nicholas Thenford, Nicholas Cogenho, John Olneye, John Caruail. Dated Grafton by Yerdele Cobyoun co. Norhampton, Thursday after St. Simon and St. Jude 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 October.
Memorandum of a mainprise made in the chancery at Westminster on Saturday 14 May 36 Edward III by Godfrey Folejaumbe knight of Derbyshire, Simon Simeon of Lincolnshire, Thomas de Stathum and Haukin de Tildesle of Lancashire, for the good behaviour of William son of Robert de Radeclif of Lancashire, arrested and detained in the Tower of London for certain misprisions, trespasses and commotions against the king and people laid against him, that he will by himself, his friends or any of his kindred or affinity cause or procure no hurt or grievance openly or secretly to any of the people, nor any commotion or excess whereby the peace might be broken or the people put in fear, and in case he shall offend against the form of this mainprise, to have his body upon reasonable warning before the king or the justices at his command to stand to right touching the things laid against him; and for greater security the said William bound himself to the king in 500l., to be levied to the king's use of his lands and chattels in England by process of the king's court if he should contravene the form of that mainprise, by reason whereof he was set free from prison. And after, on finding by a record of Godfrey Folejaumbe and his fellows justices of oyer and terminer in Lancashire, the tenor whereof the king caused to come into chancery, that the said William was before them indicted and convicted of divers trespasses, the king by divers writs commanded every of the said mainpernors to have his body before the king in the quinzaine of Michaelmas in the 40th year of his reign to answer concerning the 500l. aforesaid; at which day the said mainpernors came before the king in chancery with his body there to deliver it, and thereupon came in chancery John son of John de Radclif, John le Botiller of Merton, William de Mondeslegh and Robert de Blakbourne and mainperned under a pain of 500l. for the said William to have his body in chancery from day to day to answer to the king, and further to do and receive what the court should determine in the premises; therefore the said Godfrey, Simon, Thomas and Haukin are discharged of their mainprise. Afterwards on 30 October following the said William appeared before the council, and because the council would take fuller information touching the business, a day was given him in the quinzaine of Easter following to do and receive what should then be determined; and hereupon John de Radclif of Chaderton, Robert de Radclif, Richard de Herwelam and Roger de Medocroft of Lancashire mainperned, taking upon them to have his body before the king and council at Westminster on the day named to do and receive etc., wherefore the said John son of John de Radeclif, John le Botiller, William de Mondeslegh and Robert de Blakebourne are discharged of their mainprise.
Oct. 20.
Westminster.
To Alan de Buckeshull constable of the Tower of London or to his lieutenant. Order to set free from the prison of the said Tower Thomas 'of the Bataille' lately taken at the king's command and there imprisoned. By K. and C.
To the said constable or his lieutenant. Order to keep in safe custody in the said prison until further order William Tauk, whom for particular causes the king has caused to be delivered by the council to the said constable. By K. and C.
Writing of Simon son of Walter de Wodeham of Surrey, being a quitclaim with warranty to Nicholas de Lovayne knight and Margaret his wife, the heirs and assigns of the said Nicholas, of the manors of Staunton St. John, Barton, Lageham and Muryden and all other lands in Oxfordshire and Surrey which were of Roger de Sancto Johanne of Lageham knight, and of Katherine who was wife of John de Sancto Johanne of Lageham knight father of the said Roger. Dated Lageham 5 November 40 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 November.