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Close Rolls, Henry V: April 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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April 1413

April 1.
Westminster.
William Walderne mayor of London, John Prophete clerk, Thomas Chaucer, Richard Whytyngton, Thomas Knolles, Richard Merlawe, Nicholas Wotton, Thomas Fauconer, William Sevenoke, Robert Arnolde, Thomas Aleyne, John Aleyne and Henry Somer to the king. Recognisance for 10,000 marks, to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in the city of London.
Condition, that Henry Somer shall stand and wait until the end of the next parliament in order to answer touching all articles, causes and matters which shall be laid against him on behalf of the king and council and of others in respect of impeachments concerning money made against him and others in the last parliament, not withdrawing until so far as in him lies he shall submit to perform such order as shall then be made.
Cancelled by order of H. bishop of Winchester the chancellor, because the condition is fulfilled.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 40l., made in chancery 13 April this year by Thomas Stanton, Thomas Walle, William Drapere, William Kent, John Gage and Thomas Hore for William Kynge, John Costantyn, Thomas Gage, William Notyngham, John Hardynge, William Glovere, John Leche, John Greyndoun, Richard Stanes and Thomas Broun, and of an undertaking by them under the same pain, that they shall do or procure no hurt or harm to the abbot of Cirencestre, the canons his fellows, their servants or any of the people.
Membrane 36d.
Robert Lovell to Maud his mother and John lord Lovell her son, and to the heirs and assigns of the said John. Charter with warranty of all his manors, lands, rents, reversions, advowsons of churches and services in Wiltesir sometime of Lawrence de Sancto Martino knight. Witnesses: Walter Hungreforde, William Cheyne knights, Thomas Chaucer, John Golofre, Robert Jamys, Peter Stanter, Thomas Bonham. Dated 15 March 14 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 22 March this year.
Robert Lovell to (the said) Maud and John. Acknowledgment of their peaceable possession and seisin of and in all the manors etc. in Wiltesir and Dorset sometime of (the said) Lawrence; and quitclaim thereof, with warranty to them and to the heirs and assigns of the said John. Witnesses (as the last). Dated 16 March 14 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 22 March this year.
Richard de Stanehop knight, cousin and heir of Richard de Stanehop, to William Johanson the elder, burgess of Newcastle upon Tyne, Thomas Laundels chaplain and John de Cowegate, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the whole messuage in Newcastle wherein the said William now dwells, with houses, appurtenances etc. thereto belonging and adjacent, of a piece of void ground adjacent called the 'Coléyardes,' and of all other the messuages lying together there in a street called the 'Keyside,' with the houses thereupon built etc. as they lie by right metes and bounds, sometime of the said Richard now deceased and now a long while in the possession of the said William, Thomas and John, under condition that this warranty clause shall not bind the said Richard or his heirs in a plea of warranty of charter, or to make up the value of the premises, or in case of a writ de medio, or a plea of covenant. Witnesses: William Redinshille then sheriff of Newcastle upon Tyne, Thomas Hesilrik, William de Esyngton, Henry de Byngfelde of Strother, Roger del Bothe, Robert Browell. Dated Wednesday after St. Cuthbert in March 1412.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 27 March this year.