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Close Rolls, Edward III: January 1367

Pages 313-315

Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 12, 1364-1369. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1910.

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January 1367

Membrane 1d.
Writing of John Brett knight, giving to Sir Thomas de Hethe knight and his heirs 100l. of rent, to be taken at Easter and Michaelmas by even portions of all his lands in Wyverton, Langar, Berneston, Titheby, Crophill Bisshop, Colston Basset, Shelford and Aslakton, co. Notyngham, with power to distrain for arrears to whose hands soever the said lands shall hereafter come. Dated Wyverton, new year's day 40 Edward III. French.
Writing of John Brett knight, giving to Sir Thomas de Hethe knight and his heirs 50 marks of rent to be taken at Easter and Michaelmas by even portions of all his lands in William Thorp, Hynkerhull, Wolveley and Calale co. Derby, with power to distrain for arrears. Dated (as the last). French.
Writing of John Brett knight, giving to Sir Thomas de Hethe knight and his heirs 10 marks of rent to be taken at Easter and Michaelmas by even portions of his lands in Esenhull co. Warrewyk, with power to distrain for arrears. Dated (as above). French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings in the chancery at Lamhithe, 11 January.
Indenture made between Sir John Brett knight and Sir Thomas de Hethe knight, being the defeasance of a rent of 100l. of lands in Wyverton, Langar, Berneston, Tytheby, Crophill Bysshop, Colston Basset, Shelford and Aslakton co. Notyngham, a rent of 50 marks of lands in Williamthorp, Hynkerhull, Wolveley and Calale co. Derby, and a rent of 10 marks of lands in Esenhull co. Warrewyk by the said Sir John given to the said Sir Thomas by several deeds, provided that Sir John, his heirs or executors, shall pay or cause to be paid to Sir Thomas, his heirs or executors, 300l. in gold or silver within seven years next ensuing, and shall not alien from his right heirs any of the premises nor any other lands of his heritage or which may hereafter descend, revert or escheat to him, save the condition following, to wit that it shall be lawful for him to grant all the premises to Hugh de Segrave, Sir Roger de Clone archdeacon of Salesbirs, Sir William Ferughby parson of Wystowe, Sir Thomas de Leveryngton parson of Gedelyng, and Sir John de Standford parson of Briggeford and their heirs so that as soon as he shall have passed the sea and returned to England they shall grant the manor of Wyverton, parcel of the premises, to the said Sir John Brett and Joan his wife and to his heirs for ever, and the residue thereof to the said Sir John and Joan and to his heirs for ever in case they shall have issue, and in case there be no issue between them she shall have nothing of the premises save the manor of Wyverton as aforesaid. Dated Wyverton, the morrow of new year's day 40 Edward III. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties at Lamhithe, 11 January.
Jan. 10.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Hertford. Order, upon the petition of Roger Dryver, to cause the said Roger to be set free from prison by mainprise of Bartholomew Blaket of Hertfordshire and Lawrence de Sutton of Notynghamshire, bringing this writ before the justices of the Bench at the octaves of St. Hilary next; as the said petition shews that John de Bisshey is impleading the said Roger before the said justices for that he being retained in the said John's service at Little Bisshey without reasonable cause and without the said John's licence withdrew from that service before the end of the term agreed contrary to the ordinance, that by process before the said justices the said Roger was taken and imprisoned, and that he is ready to answer the said John and to stand to right in all things; and the said Bartholomew and Lawrence have mainperned in chancery under a pain of 20l. to have the said Roger before the said justices on the day above mentioned to answer the said John, and further to do and receive what the court shall determine.
Jan. 17.
Westminster.
Henry de Sutton citizen of London to John de Peckebrigge knight. Recognisance for 50l., to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in the city of London.
Jan. 16.
Westminster.
William Plomer citizen and 'ledbeter' of London to John de Hanham citizen and draper of London. Recognisance for 20l., to be levied etc. in the city of London.