Close Rolls, Henry V: November 1413

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry V: Volume 1, 1413-1419. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1929.

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November 1413

Membrane 11d.
Nov. 9.
William Grantham 'grocer,' John Wasshbourne 'mercer,' Henry Anketill 'sherman,' John Grisle 'draper,' William Bysmer goldsmith, John Chicheley and William Olyver to the king. Recognisance for 120l., to be levied etc. in the city of London.
Condition, that within one year and a half the king of Castile shall by letter certify the chancellor for the time being that Andrew Corners has before him proved without fraud or covin that 21 bales of wax laded in the river of Sivil in a ship of that king called the 'Seinclare,' John Martinus of Seville (Syberio) master or owner (patronus), were when so laded goods of the said Andrew and his fellows, merchants of Venice, and not of the Genoese.
Cancelled by command of the chancellor, because the condition was fulfilled, and the parties agreed.
Nov. 26.
Andrew Sparlyng to Bartholomew Colyngrig. Recognisance for 12 marks 6s. 8d., to be levied etc. in Bukinghamshire.
William de Mitford to John de Belasise, son and heir of Alice wife of John Drewes, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim of two messuages and 7l. of rent in Newcastle upon Tyne in his possession being, whereof Cicely de Parys was tenant for life of the heritage of the said Alice with reversion to the said John Drewes and Alice and to the heirs of the said Alice; reciting a fine levied at Westminster on the morrow of St. John Baptist 17 Richard II, whereby John Drewes and Alice granted the reversion aforesaid to John de Mitford now deceased and the said William, and to the said William's heirs. Dated Newcastle upon Tyne, 3 September 10 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Newcastle upon Tyne on the feast of St. Peter's Chains this year before William Lodyngton, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
John Foxcote citizen and goldsmith of the city of London to Roger Capes. Acquittance of 20l. received by the hands of John Langeleye, in full payment for a quitclaim to John Doune and John Hopton of all lands in Dontesborne Otot, otherwise called Dontesbourne Rous co. Gloucester, now held by John Doune. Dated 8 November 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 27 November.
Henry son of William 'of the Marche' of Sotirlee to Thomas Codenham of Stovene, his heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of a tenement called Semannes lately purchased by the grantor from Thomas Carman, and of his share of a piece of land by 'Litilhuluyr' containing 5 acres more or less, purchased by the grantor, William Lestelyn and others by feoffment of Edmund Burnewyn and others in Sotirlee and Henstede. Witnesses: Robert Duk, Edmund Berry, Robert Kempe, John Louenham, Roger Bumpstede, Edmund Sotirlee. Dated Sotirlee, Friday after St. Crispin and St. Crispinianus 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 November.
Thomas Codenham of Stovene to Henry son of William 'of the Marche' of Sotirlee. Bond in 80l., payable at Allhallows next. Dated London, Saturday the feast of St. Simon and St. Jude 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 November.
Margaret relict of Nicholas Cros citizen and draper of London, daughter and heir of William Eton of 'Estmarkham,' to Thomas Cressy citizen and mercer of London, William Babyngton, Richard Cressy, John Whitby clerk, Richard Style citizen and fishmonger of London and Richard Lillesey chaplain, and to the heirs and assigns of Thomas Cressy. Grant with warranty of the reversion after the death of Beatrice her mother of divers lands in 'Estmarkham' of the heritage of the said Margaret held by her said mother for life. Dated 12 November 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 6 December.
John Crosse, proctor and attorney of James Bodiquar otherwise Bodekar sometime master of a ship called a 'coque' otherwise 'cogge' taken by them of the city of Bayoun with the wares therein, to Mouetoun de Bernados citizen and merchant of Bayoun. Receipt and acquittance for 20 marks of English money, in full of 200l. due at past feast days to the said James for capture of the said 'cogge' and wares, and payable in the city of London, according to a judicial acknowledgment of Bernard de Lachagne citizen of Bayoun, proctor and envoy of the mayor, échevins, jurats, consuls and commonalty thereof, freely made in the king's court of the particular knowledge of the proctor. Dated London, 8 May 1412, 13 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 December this year.