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Close Rolls, Edward III: 1366

Pages 311-313

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

1366. Membrane 2d.
Assignment of dower of Beatrice wife of Thomas de la Ryvere, late wife of Thomas de Sancto Omero tenant in chief, made at Mulkeberton co. Norffolk by Roger de Wolferton escheator 23 May 40 Edward III. In the manor of Mulkeberton a moiety of the older grange on the west side as appears by the bounds there set, the moiety of a new house called 'Longenewehous' on the west by the bounds there set, a certain part of 'Longestable' towards the north by the bounds, with the whole of a little house thereto attached at the north end by the north door, a third part of the court called the 'Gateyerd' with ingress and egress by both gates of the manor when need be, a third part of all common as well in all the great green (viridario) opposite the manor toward the south as in Carleton common and elsewhere upon the lordship thereof; pieces of land in the said manor called Shortelond containing 6 acres 1 rood, and Buntisdele containing 4 acres 3 roods, 7½ acres of land in a piece of land called Shordole, 19½ acres of land in Ryedole called 'Longedole,' a piece of land called Esshryde containing 10 acres, in the Bekfurlong 6 acres of land, in Nethirtathagh 9 acres 1 rood of land, in Wodefurlong 1 acre, at Wynmelle 3 acres, in Swerdistonefeld 1 rood of land; of meadows for mowing in the said manor, in a meadow called the Caus 3 acres in the midst thereof, in the Ponde 1 acre in the midst thereof, in Dodemor in the midst thereof 3 roods, in a meadow called Chasteleynes 1 rood; of pasture in the said manor a piece of pasture called Ladyesyerd containing 3 roods, a pightel called Wyneyerd with the curtilage adjoining as enclosed with hedges and ditches, and all the pasture at the end of a piece of land called 'Sexacris'; of wood in the said manor all the wood called Fredelound with the hedges and ditches containing in all 17½ acres; a third part of the liberty of the fold of the manor; all the service and rent of Thomas Waxman for his lands in Mulkebreton, the service of John Gurnay with 5½d. of yearly rent, of Christiana Bonyngton with 5d. rent, of William Birch with 1½d. rent, of William Scaleng with 2d. rent; of waste lands of divers tenants in the said manor namely one toft, 14 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow sometime of Thomas de Stongate 'masoun,' 1 acre 1 rood of land late of Richard Wayte; Thomas Isabel neif, with all his land and all that goes with him and with all his rent, services and customs, William Birch neif with his suit and all that goes with him, his land, services and customs, Henry Batte of Stongate neif, his suit and all that goes with him, his lands, services and customs, the services and customs of divers newcomers (adventitiorum) holding lands in neifty, namely Adam Coo, Thomas Wilkokes, Thomas Knyght, Thomas Ymme, John Gurnay, Henry Isabell with their lands, customs, rents and services; a third part of the leet of Mulkeberton to be holden yearly on the accustomed day; a third part of the manor of Keteryngham, namely a fourth part of the grange therein on the north side as by the bounds appears, a house on the west side, namely next the barn, a third part of the court called the 'Gateyerd' with ingress and egress by both gates, a third part of the garden there on the south side by the bounds, and a third part of Conghomisyerd on the west side; of the arable land in Shepehouscroft called Intwodewyng in two pieces of land namely on either side of the road containing 20 acres, in Keteringhamfeld 8 acres of land on the south side called the Redyng, a piece of land at Tounesende called Nethergate containing 3 roods, at the south gate of the manor 3½ acres of land, at Brempet in a piece of land 3 acres, in a piece of land called Shortlond 2 acres, a piece of land by Walisaker half an acre, in Herlawemere 1 acre, at Smythtescroft 3 roods of land, in a piece of land called Conghamescroft 13 acres, in a croft called 'Jonescroft atte Wode' 1 acre, a piece of land at Kippescroftende containing 3 roods, in a piece of land called Walliscroft 3 roods; in the meadow there a moiety of Casteleynesdam on the west side, in a meadow called Dilaker 1 acre, in the same meadow another piece containing 3 roods; of the wood 3 acres 1 rood on the west side thereof; a third part of the liberty of the fold as well in Intewode as in Keteryngham; all the service of Robert le Gardener with 16d. of yearly rent, of John atte Wode with 12d. of yearly rent, of Walter Bole chaplain and his heirs with 3d. and two capons yearly, of Michael Taillour and his heirs with one capon rent every other year, of John Mellere and his heirs with 12d. yearly rent, of William Hamond and his heirs with 2d. yearly rent, of Robert Hengham and his heirs with 6½d. yearly rent, of John Debenham and his heirs with 3d. yearly rent, of Richard Doune and his heirs with 4½d. yearly rent, of John Mumppyng and his heirs with 4½d. yearly rent, of Alice de Halle and her heirs with 6d. yearly rent, of Richard Blake and his heirs with 4d. yearly rent, and all the customs and services of Walter de Brandon tenant in neifty and his heirs; a third part of the leet of Keteryngham yearly on the accustomed day; of a toft and 3½ acres of land late of William Mumppyng a third part of all the farm as it may be demised, likewise of a toft and 4 acres of land late of Robert Garman; a third part of the manor of Brundale, namely in the said manor a third part of the smaller grange towards the east as appears by the bounds set there, the whole of a house on the west side of the manor attached to the said grange at the west end thereof, a third part of all the court called the 'Gateyerd' with ingress and egress by both gates; the advowson of Brundale church at every vacancy; of the arable land in Apiltonecroft 7 acres, at Grenegate in one piece of land 11 acres, in a piece of land at Grymesgrave 8 acres, in a piece of land called 'Sevenacris' 7 acres, at Kerlyngris along the east side by land of Thomas Stannard and so towards Lincar 10 acres of land with the liberty of the fold as it pertains to that tenement; of meadow and pasture the whole of the east enclosure extending from the entry of the manor by the east end of the greater grange and by the 'Saute' to the river bank called the Ee with all the east garden, meadows, pastures and other commodities and appurtenances on all the east side aforesaid and the Fysshousflet, all the moat with the piece of ground therein contained only excepted, all the Westker with the pasture by the public north road and with the 'Soinger,' as appears by a ditch extending from the said north road to the 'Ripe' as by metes there set; of the wood a third part of a wood by the manor called the Slynt on the west side with a third part of the 'Reddole' opposite the said wood namely along the west side aforesaid; of waste tenements of divers tenants in the manor a messuage, 6 acres of land and half an acre of meadow sometime of William Lamekyn, a messuage, 7 acres of land and half an acre of meadow late of William Richilde, a messuage, 6 acres of land, 1 acre 1 rood of meadow late of Thomas Richilde, and 4 acres of land late of William Emelet, also tenants at fee farm namely John Baldwyne with 5s. farm and suit of court, Henry Isabell with 5s. farm and suit of court, and of freeholders the service of John Flegard and his heirs with 12d. yearly rent, and of William Skemy and his heirs with 8d. yearly rent, also John Baldewyn tenant for life of a moor with a marsh at a rent of 500 turves a year called Keletorf, also James Dymet a neif in the said manor with all his land and suit and all that goes with him, and all his services and customs to the said manor pertaining; and a third part of the leet there to be holden on the accustomed day. This assignment was made in presence of William de Hoo and Alice his wife one of the daughters and heirs of the said Thomas de Sancto Omero, and of Thomas Waryn, attorney of Thomas Cheyne to whom the king by letters patent has committed the marriage and wardship of Elizabeth the other daughter and heir, being within age.