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Close Rolls, Henry V: 1413-1414

Pages 119-120

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

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1413-1414

Memorandum that on 10 February this year on behalf of the king Henry bishop of Winchester the chancellor gave command under a pain of 500l. to George de Etton, lately appearing in chancery for particular causes which concern lands and reversions of John Neville lord Latymer, to be there in the quinzaine of Easter next in order to answer touching what shall be laid against him, and further under a pain of 5,000l. to the said George and to Edmund Hastynges knight and Henry Nesfelde esquire, feoffees of the said lands likewise appearing there, to make no alienation or estate meantime of the said lands and reversions to any persons until further order, but to continue such estate as they have therein, neither must they charge the lands, nor must the said Edmund (and Henry) amend the estate of the said George; and that they all agreed to the commands aforesaid.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 40l., made in chancery 13 June 1 Henry V by Thomas Bradeley of Holburne London 'draper,' Thomas Norays of Sarton, William Wathe of Grymesby, both of Lincolnshire, and John Burne of London 'dyer' for John Barowe chaplain, and of an undertaking by him under the same pain, that he shall make no attempt in the court of Rome to the contempt and prejudice of the king's court or of the lieges.
Membrane 2d.
1414.
William Urry, cousin and one of the heirs of Peter de Euercy, to Walter de la Pole knight, Elizabeth his wife and the heirs and assigns of the said Elizabeth. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands, reversions, rents and services of freeholders and neifs called 'Lamportescourt,' in Styntescombe, Stancombe and Metesdone within the hundred and liberty of Berkeley co. Gloucester, sometime of Thomas de Euercy knight; with proviso that this warranty shall extend only to bar the said William and his heirs, and not to warranty against strangers. Witnesses: Thomas Rugge esquire, John Skey of Nibbsley, Robert Oulpenne, Lawrence Juet, Richard Etton. Dated Saturday after St. Lucy 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Winchester on Monday after St. Matthias before William Skrene, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem, which is on the chancery file for this year.