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Close Rolls, Henry V: December 1414

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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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December 1414

Dec. 4.
Westminster.
Michael de la Pole earl of Suffolk to Edmund de la Pole, Walter de la Pole knights, Robert Bolton clerk and William Alyngton esquire. Recognisance for 1,000 marks, to be levied etc. in Suffolk.
Edmund de la Pole, Walter de la Pole knights, Robert Bolton clerk and William Alyngton esquire to Michael de la Pole earl of Suffolk. Indenture tripartite, being a defeasance of the foregoing recognisance, upon condition that within three years the earl or his heirs shall by licence of the king and of others as required, give and amortise to Sir Richard Killom chaplain or his successor, master or warden of the house or hospital called 'Meisondieux' in Myton by Kyngeston upon Hulle, and to the brethren and sisters thereof and their successors, lands and rents unencumbered to the value of 22l. a year clear of reprises and charges, and shall until then of his own money pay them fees and wages required for maintenance of one chaplain and six and twenty brethren and sisters there over and above the profits of the lands to them heretofore amortised, and shall also pay to the persons named in a schedule annexed, or to their executors, the sums therein specified. Dated Westminster, 4 December 2 Henry V. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said earl and Walter, 4 December.
Membrane 11d.
John Wodelok, son and heir of Jasper Wodelok of Compton co. Suthampton, to John Fromonde of Spersholt, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Aldyngton otherwise Allyngton, otherwise Aldynton, otherwise Alynton, and of all the lands, rents, reversions and services in Aldyngton etc. (as above), Maunesbrigge, Falle and Shirle which were of John Wodelok brother to Jasper, and after his death descended to Joan wife of William Oysell as cousin and heir of the deceased, namely daughter of William brother of John brother of Jasper, William Oysell and Joan having granted the same by fine levied in the king's court to John Fromonde and his heirs. Dated 1 April 1 Henry V. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Compton on Monday 22 October this year before John Loudoun abbot of Hyde by Winchester, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Peter Kyrkeby citizen and grocer of London to John Wellys and John Buckemylle citizens and grocers of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead in the city and suburbs of London and elsewhere within the realm. Witnesses: John Kyrkeby, James Hucvale, Reynold Selby, John Pakyn, Richard Bury. Dated 5 November 2 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 6 November.
Roger Hunte, John Botyler and Giles Harleston to Walter Hungerforde, William Hankforde knights, William Besile, John Prat chaplain, John Westbury the younger and the heirs and assigns of Walter Hungerforde. Quitclaim of the manor of Telysforde co. Somerset and the reversion thereof, and of all other lands, rents, reversions, services, woods, etc. there. Witnesses: Robert Corbet, William Cheyne knights, John Saymer, Peter Stanter, Edmund Leversegge esquires. Dated Telysforde, 20 November 2 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said Roger and John Botyler, 8 November.
John Foxcote citizen and goldsmith of London to Henry Mallyng citizen and goldsmith and William atte Mede goldsmith thereof, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead, in his possession or that of others. Dated 12 November 2 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 13 November.
Alan Leverton to John Hotoft of Partenay, William Been chaplain, William Borel and John Caster of Partenay, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of all his lands, rents and services in Partenay and Dalby co. Lincoln. Witnesses: William Ledys of Partenay, William Barbour of Alforth, Richard Bailly of Partenay, Robert Borel, William Cotes of Partenay. Dated 12 November 2 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 14 November.
Nov. 14.
Westminster.
John Macclesfelde clerk to Richard Organ of London clerk. Recognisance for 1,000 marks, to be levied etc. in the city of London.
Richard Organ to John Macclesfelde (both as above). (Like) recognisance.
Richard Colyns otherwise Alderlegh of Alderlegh co. Gloucester, brother and heir of John Alderlegh, to John Kyrkeby esquire of the county of Suthamton, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim of the manor of 'West Harnam' and 'Est Harnam,' and of all lands, rents, reversions and services in 'West Harnam, Est Harnam' and Britforde by New Sarum co. Wiltesir sometime of Oliver de Harnam. Witnesses: Henry Popham, Oliver Serdyngton (sic), William Alisaundre, Robert Stanshawe, Peter Kyrkeby. Dated 26 November 2 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 27 November.
Walter de la Pole knight and Elizabeth his wife to Peter Dymershe of Eversley, his heirs and assigns. Charter indented with warranty of the tenement which Roger Mechell held of them as tenant at will according to the custom of the manor of Eversley, and which came to them as an escheat by his death, two crofts called 'Akyr' and 'Glassedoune' excepted, rendering to them and to their heirs, being lords of Eversley, 8s. a year and a heriot after the death of every tenant; and every tenant in fee thereof shall for his entry give 8s. in name of relief over and above the said rent. Witnesses: Thomas Pokeriche, John Pokeriche, Henry Pokeriche. Dated Eversley, 30 November 2 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 4 December.
Membrane 7d. (fn. 1)
Dec. 10.
Westminster.
John Stanley, Robert Larence and Robert Derby of Lancashire esquires to William Fulthorp knight. Recognisance for 100l. to be levied etc. in Lancashire.
William Boneville, son and heir of John Boneville esquire, of the one part and John Socke, William Berbritte clerks, Robert Berbritte, William his son, Adam brother of William son of Robert, Richard son of Edward Berbritte, William his son, Thomas brother of William son of Edward (sic), and Joan sister of Thomas of the other part. Indenture witnessing the submission of the parties to the award of William Wynard and John Holcot clerk concerning all personal actions etc. between them, and the said arbitrators' award, namely that either party shall make the other a release of all personal actions, that Richard Berbritte shall sue a writ in Berkshire against William Boneville, returnable in the king's court in the octaves of St. Hilary next, that the defendant shall appear in person or by attorney at the cost of John Socke, and his plea shall be as John Socke by advice of his counsel shall devise, that after issue joined, if the verdict shall be for the plaintiff, he shall after judgment make the defendant a release of damages and costs, that John Socke shall deliver to William Boneville all fines, charters, evidences etc. in his hands which concern William Boneville's heritage, that John Socke shall have all stock now within a tenement in Lymyngton co. Somerset called Walfordes, live and dead, and all the rents, arrears of rent, moneys and profits of sales found to be due by account of the reeves and bailiffs of the manors of Sock and 'Westkyngton' up to the morrow of Michaelmas last, that William Boneville shall pay John Socke 50l., to wit 10l. at Easter day next, 10l. at Midsummer day following, 10l. at Michaelmas day, 10l. at Christmas day, and 10l. at Easter day following, and that William Boneville and John Socke shall either of them give his bond to the other in 500 marks for performance of this award. Dated 14 December 2 Henry V. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by William Boneville and John Sock clerk, 14 December.
Membrane 6d.
William Boneville esquire, son and heir of John Boneville, to John Socke otherwise Berbrit clerk. General release of all personal actions. Dated 13 December 2 Henry V.
William Boneville (as above) to Robert Berbritte, William his son and Adam brother of William the son. (Like) release. Dated (as the last).
William Boneville (as before) to Richard son of Edward Berbritte, William his son, Thomas brother of William son of Edward (sic) and John (sic) sister of Thomas. (Like) release. Dated (as before).
William Boneville (as before) to William Berbritte clerk. (Like) release. Dated (as before).
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings, 13 December.
John Socke clerk, William Berbritte clerk, Robert Berbritte, William his son, Adam brother of William son of Robert, Richard son of Edward Berbritte, William his son, Thomas brother of William son of Edward (sic) and Joan sister of Thomas to William Boneville esquire, son and heir of John Boneville. (Like) release. Dated (as before).
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said John, 13 December.
Dec. 10.
Westminster.
Thomas Haseley to William Prestwyk clerk and John Bernyngham. Recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied etc. in Surrey.
Dec. 12.
Westminster.
Reynold de Grey knight to Robert Ponynges knight. Recognisance for 1,000l., to be levied etc. in Bedfordshire.
Condition, (left blank).
The said Reynold to John Mortemer esquire. (Like) recognisance.
Condition (left blank).
The said Reynold to John Enderby esquire. (Like) recognisance.
Condition (left blank).
Dec. 12.
Westminster.
John [de Grey] knight, son of Reynold de Grey knight, to Robert Ponynges knight. (Like) recognisance.
Condition (left blank).
The said John to John Mortemer esquire. (Like) recognisance.
Condition (left blank).
The said John to John Enderby esquire. (Like) recognisance.
Condition (left blank).
Membrane 5d.
Dec. 12.
Westminster.
William son of John Boneville esquire to Reynold de Grey knight. Recognisance for 1,000l., to be levied etc. in Somerset.
Condition, that before Midsummer next he shall make to Robert Ponynges knight, John Mortemer esquire, William Wynarde and John Holcot clerk, or to four other persons to be nominated by the said Reynold and William if these die, a feoffment of lands or rents within the realm to the value of 100l. a year over and above charges and reprises, and that the feoffees shall make a demise thereof to William Boneville and Margaret daughter of of the said Reynold, whom he shall take to wife, and to the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of William Boneville. Proviso that if the said William Boneville or Margaret shall die before such marriage, no such feoffment shall be made.
Cancelled.
Dec. 12.
Westminster.
Robert Ponynges knight, John Mortemer and John Enderby esquires to William son of John Boneville esquire (armigero). Recognisance for 200 marks payable at the Purification next, to be levied etc. in Bedfordshire, Sussex and Norhamptonshire.
Condition, that the same shall be paid him on the day of his marriage to Margaret daughter of Reynold de Grey knight; and agreement that this and all other recognisances to him made shall be void if by reason of the death of one of them the marriage shall not take place.
Cancelled.
The said Robert, John Mortemer and John Enderby to the said William. Like recognisance for 100 marks payable at Michaelmas next.
Condition for payment thereof that day or within six weeks after.
Cancelled.
(The same) to (the same). Like recognisance, payable on the morrow of the Annunciation 1416.
Condition (as the last).
Cancelled.
(The same) to (the same). Like recognisance, payable at Michaelmas 1416.
Condition (as before).
Cancelled.
(The same) to (the same). Like recognisance, payable on the morrow of the Annunciation 1417.
Condition (as before).
Cancelled.
(The same) to (the same). Like recognisance, payable at Michaelmas 1417.
Condition (as before).
(The same) to (the same). Like recognisance, payable on the morrow of the Annunciation 1418.
Condition (as before).
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 500 marks, made in chancery 7 November 2 Henry V. by Ralph Rachforde, Richard Hastynge and William de Palton knights for William Clynton knight, that he shall do or procure no hurt or harm to John Wele esquire or any of the people.
Nov. 7.
Westminster.
William Clynton knight to Ralph Rochforde, Richard Hastynge and William de Palton knights. Recognisance for 1,000 marks, to be levied etc. in Kent.
Condition, that he shall save them harmless in respect of the above mainprise.
Nov. 26.
Westminster.
To H. archbishop of York. Order upon his allegiance, as he loves the king and the estate of the realm, and desires the honour and advantage of his church, to summon a convocation of the clergy of that province in the cathedral church of St. Peter York or elsewhere before the morrow of St. Hilary next.
[Report on Dignity of a Peer, iv. p. 826.]
Membrane 4d.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 60l., made in chancery 14 December this year by William Somercotes, William Dogge and John Olyve, to have Robert Coweton there in the octaves of St. Hilary next, and from day to day until dismissed from the court.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 40l., made in chancery 8 December this year by Thomas Bonham and Walter Shirley, to have John Lake there in the quinzaine of St. Hilary next.
Dec. 3.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Warrewyk. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of John Weston, Roger Wotton and William Norton of Warwickshire and Robert Passemere of Leycestershire, in favour of Richard Crosby prior of the cathedral church of St. Mary Coventre and Thomas Pakyngton monk his fellow, indicted for felony and trespass before the king's bailiffs in Leycestershire at the view of frankpledge at Thorphauker; as the king's will is that the indictment be determined before him and nowhere else, and he has ordered the bailiffs to send the indictment to him under their seals by one for whom they will answer, and all things that concern the same, so that he shall have them in the octaves of the Purification next, and John Weston and the others have mainperned under a pain of 100l. to have the said prior and monk before the king at that day.

Footnotes

  • 1. The dorse of membranes 10, 9 and 8 is blank.