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Close Rolls, Henry IV: June 1407

Pages 276-278

Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry IV: Volume 3, 1405-1409. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.

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June 1407

June 1.
Westminster.
To the same. Writ of supersedeas omnino, and order by mainprise of William Vance, John Assheden of Yorkshire, Robert Tryblo of Cambridgeshire and John Pole of Devon to set free John Goderiche 'bruer,' if taken at suit of John Gloucestre of London 'coteler' averring threats.
June 4.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Surrey. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of William Coke, Nicholas Croft, Richard Trewe and Robert Seym[our?], all of Lambehithe, in favour of Thomas Bele of Lambehithe at suit of John Chaumberleyn.
June 12.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Kent. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of Walter Somerham esquire, John Maltby 'bladesmyth,' both of London, John Baker of Osprynge co. Kent and William Dormore of Essex, in favour of Lawrence Baker of 'Seint Laurence' in the Isle of Tanet at suit of Simon Lambyn.
July 2.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Kent. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of John Fylet 'barbour,' John Frier 'cordewaner,' John West 'cordewaner,' all of London, and William Cooke of the parish of Chisilhirst co. Kent, in favour of William Godefrey and Walter Godefrey at suit of John Levendale.
June 15.
Westminster.
Margaret Audeley and John Wolfe to the king. Recognisance for 200l., to be levied etc. in Cambridgeshire.
Condition, that they shall abide the award of Thomas bishop of Durham and Reynold lord Grey of Ruthyn touching certain matters, such award to be made before the quinzaine of St. John Baptist next.
Memorandum that this recognisance was taken by the chancellor.
Membrane 9d.
Richard Baynard of Messynge to John de Boys of Tolshuntte Tregoz, William Hanyfelde, John Ewelle, Walter Gautroun citizen of London, Robert Warenener (sic) of the same, Roger Rye of Kent and William Tasseburgh parson of Reylegh, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of his manors of Messynge, Brychehalle and le Castelle co. Essex in the hundred of Lexedoun, and of all the lands, rents and services called Suttonys, Goters and Nenardys in Messynge, Inworthe, Ferynge, Great Bryche, Little Bryche and Copforde in the said hundred, and all other his lands etc. in Messynge. Witnesses: William Marny knight, Robert de Teye, John Thurtelforde, Henry Stampe, John Sotel vicar of Messynge. Dated Messynge, 10 April 8 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 7 June.
John Dorewarde of Bockynge, Clement Spice and Thomas parson of Bockynge to Robert Rikedoun of Witham, Robert Chichely, John Sudbury, William Picarde, William Symmes citizens of London and John Newenton clerk, their heirs and assigns. Charter of demise of all lands, rents and services in Ferynge, Stistede, Bradewelle, Coggeshale and the hamlet of Pateswike or elsewhere in Essex called Picottes, Stratfordes, Batailles (fn. 1) and Cokefeldes, whereof and of lands etc. there called Beyvyns, all sometime of John Sewale of Coggeshale, John Dorewarde and the others, with Walter de la Lee knight, John Magdeleyne and Master Richard Magdeleyne deceased, were enfeoffed in fee simple by John Glasene parson of Stistede now living, Robert Knecchebole, John Strogille and Robert Graunge of Coggeshale all now deceased; as by indenture dated Thursday before St. Simon and St. Jude, and enrolled in chancery 12 February 10 Richard II, agreement was made between the said feoffees on the one part and Robert Sewale, son and heir of the said John, on the other part that upon request and warning of Robert Sewale (now living) or John Magdeleyne (now deceased) they should make a feoffment of 20l. of land to Robert Sewale and Agnes his wife, daughter of John Magdeleyne, and to the heirs of their bodies, and it was thereby agreed that, if Robert Sewale would sell any parcel thereof and buy other lands with the money so arising, it should be the duty of the feoffees to make a feoffment without warranty to the purchasers, so that the said feoffees' names should be included in a like feoffment of the lands then purchased; reciting that they have had no request or warning to make any feoffment to the said Robert and Agnes, and with their assent the said Robert [Sewale] sold all the premises to Robert Rikedoun and the others in fee simple, and with the money received has purchased the manors of 'Patemerehalle' and Darcyes co. Hertforde, and the names of the surviving feoffees are in the feoffment thereof, as by the said indenture was required. Witnesses: William Coggeshale, William Marny knights, John Langham, Robert Neuport, Roger Holefolde. Dated Pateswike, 6 May 8 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by John Dorewarde, 7 June.
Joan dame Fitz Wauter of Wodeham to William Bourgchier knight, Robert Rikedoun, Thomas Remys, John Eldres, John Basset of Chishelle and John Ailwarde chaplain, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of the castles and manors of Lenhales and Dorston with the fees, lordships, parks, warrens, liberties etc. thereto belonging in Herefordshire and the march of Wales, of her purparty of the manor of Bisshopeston co. Hereford or of the lands in Bisshopeston sometime of John Deverose knight her father, all lands, rents and services in Newenton in Wales sometime of her said father, the manor of Morsten co. Kent, and the reversion of all the lands called Grenewey in Holyngbourne co. Kent now held for life by Thomas Remys with reversion to her and her heirs. Witnesses: John Oldecastell knight, Thomas Walweyn, Thomas Hulcote, John ap Henry, John Gomonde. Dated Lenhales, 1 June 8 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 10 June.
John Garton esquire of Kent to John Chamflour, Edward Coudray, Thomas Hunte clerk and Thomas Kayte, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of all the lands, rents, reversions, services, woods, fisheries etc. in Middelton otherwise Midlyngton, Hulle, Lomere, Swanemere, Soberton, Preesshawe and Abbeshyte co. Suthampton. Witnesses: John Fromonde, Richard Romeyne, John Walhope, Roger Inglefelde, Andrew atte Dene, Thomas Doppynge. Dated Midlyngton, 20 January 8 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 15 February.
Richard son and heir of John son and heir of Robert de Geddyngge knight to John Walden, Peter del Chambre, John Roundelle esquires, Robert Wermyngton clerk, Alexander Snaythe chaplain and John Raytheby, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands, commons, woods, groves, fisheries, profits etc. in Claverynge co. Essex, with rents and services of freeholders and neifs, wards, marriages, reliefs etc., the homage and fealty of John fitz Rauf knight and the service of 10s. of yearly rent in Little Wenden which were of John father of Richard or of Robert father of John. Witnesses: Robert Neweport, John Barley, John Leventhorp, John Grey, William Geddyngge, John Basset, John Clero. Dated Claverynge, 11 June 8 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 15 June.
June 15.
Westminster.
John Cateryke clerk to John Bathe clerk. Recognisance for 200l., to be levied etc. of his lands and chattels and church goods in Lincolnshire.
Cancelled on payment.
John Bathe clerk to John Cateryke clerk. Like recognisance.
Cancelled on payment.

Footnotes

  • 1. It would seem that in the text Beyvyns is here omitted in error.