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Close Rolls, Edward III: 1364

Pages 92-93

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

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1364

1364 Membrane 1d.
Writing of William de Colonia clerk, giving to Richard de Croydon citizen and fishmonger of London, his heirs and assigns, a yearly rent of 20l. to be taken of all his tenements and rents in London, with power of distraint if the same be in arrear, and putting the said Richard in seisin thereof by 6d. Dated London, Wednesday after St. Nicholas 38 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 December.
Robert de Fienles constable of France, who is abiding beyond the sea, appoints David de Wollore, William de Dighton, Walter Power, Thomas de Brantyngham and William de Mulsho clerks, Michael Skillyng and Robert de Horneby his attorneys for one year in all pleas and plaints for or against him in whatsoever court of England.
Charter of John Aubrey, son and heir of Andrew Aubrey late citizen and pepperer of London, giving with warranty to Henry Lacy citizen and pepperer of London, Sir William de Newerk chaplain, Roger de Bokyngham and Richard Toky, their heirs and assigns, 7½ acres 1 rood of meadow which fell to him by inheritance after the decease of his said father in the towns of Edelmeton, Enefeld, and Sywardeston co. Middlesex, whereof 4 acres lie together in one piece in Edelmeton, 1 acre in Enefeld, 2½ acres 1 rood in the marsh of Sywardeston. Witnesses: John de Biernes, John Wroth the younger, Gregory Fauelore, William Pymme, William Saleman. Dated Edelmeton, 4 December 38 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 December.
Charter of John Aubrey citizen and pepperer of London, giving with warranty to Henry Laci citizen and pepperer of London, Sir William de Newerk chaplain, Roger de Bokyngham and Richard Toky, their heirs and assigns, 3 acres of meadow in a place called Flatherwyk in the parish of Westhamme co. Essex which he had of the gift and feoffment of Thomas Bret of Westhamme, together with ½ acre 1 rood of meadow in a meadow called Flatherwyk in the said parish which he had of the gift and feoffment of William de Hanampstede citizen and pepperer of London. Witnesses: Adam Fraunceys, Thomas Bret, Richard Blake, Richard Bowyere, Peter Pilewogh. Dated Westhamme, 5 December 38 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 December.
Charter of John Aubrey citizen and pepperer of London and William de Newerk chaplain, giving with warranty to John de Cokkyngge of Sussex, his heirs and assigns, the manor of Weston by Welleford co. Berks lately purchased of William Percy now knight by fine in the king's court made between the said William and them. Witnesses: John Not, Peter Vanne and Henry Lacy citizens of London, Thomas de la Mare, John de Isebury, Henry de la Garderobe of Berkshire. Dated London, Friday the feast of St. Lucy 38 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 December.
Charter of Joan who was wife of Andrew Aubrey sometime citizen and pepperer of London and John Aubrey son and heir of the said Andrew, giving with warranty to Henry de Frowyk of Middlesex, Henry Lacy, Sir William de Newerk chaplain, Roger de Bokyngham and Richard Toky the younger, their heirs and assigns, all the lands which they had in the town of St. Botolph, lately purchased by the said Andrew as well of Sir James de Burford knight as of John de Evenefeld. Witnesses: Simon Dolsaly, John Not, Thomas Aubrey, Frederick de Tylneye, John de Kelleshull. Dated London, Monday after Midsummer 35 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 December this year.