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Close Rolls, Henry V: August 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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August 1413

Aug. 2.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Middlesex. Writ of supersedeas omnino, by mainprise of Robert Wrenne 'ostiller,' Thomas Hadman 'brwer,' William Ludyngton 'brwer' and Simon Wastell 'brwer,' all of London, in respect of executing any writs directing him to cause Stephen Stacy 'carter' to find security for keeping the peace toward John Writell, John his son and Robert Hynde 'taillour.'
Aug. 4.
Westminster.
To the sheriffs of London. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of Robert 'in the Haye' 'ferour,' Peter Tonmere 'coteller,' Gregory Scarburgh 'armurer,' Robert Writell 'taillour' and William Somer 'taillour,' all of London, in favour of John Pershale of London 'bladsmyth,' John Derby 'bladsmyth,' Thomas Pershale 'bladsmyth' and Henry 'Joneservant Pershale' in regard to John Colwyke of London 'taillour.'
Aug. 3.
Westminster.
To the same. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of William Lathum 'cotiller,' Peter Stanlowe 'draper,' Thomas Trumpyngton 'draper,' Robert Burnhous 'draper' and John Cherteseye 'taillour,' all of London, in favour of John Colwyke of London 'taillour,' Robert White and John Lyncolne in regard to John Pershale of London 'bladsmyth.'
Sept. 8.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Kent. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of John Henkesay 'vynter,' William Whitewelle 'joynour,' John Fynne and Robert Mordoun, all of London, in favour of Richard Knouth of Tenham in regard to John Amys of Tenham.
Aug. 10.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Suthampton. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of Richard Rocke of Horsle, John Abraham, William Gonne and John Burgeys of Farnham co. Surrey, in favour of John Godelefe, John William, James William and William Verner in regard to John Adam.
Membrane 22d.
John Wawe citizen and draper of London to John Norton esquire. Bond in 100 marks payable at Michaelmas next. Dated 31 July 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 1 August.
Aug. 21.
Westminster.
To the mayor and sheriffs of London. Order to cause proclamation to be made that no chaplains of whatsoever degree, estate or condition shall hold, preach or defend the opinions, heresy or error hereinafter mentioned, which is repugnant to the ruling of holy mother church, neither shall any other lieges adhere to them, give them assistance, counsel or aid under pain of imprisonment and forfeiture of their goods, and further order to arrest any chaplains they may find so preaching in public or in secret, or other lieges making assemblies or congregations, harbouring such chaplains or probably or strongly suspected of so doing, or counselling, favouring or aiding such chaplains or others, and to commit them to prison, there to abide until they shall obey the commands of the diocesan and he shall certify the same, making proclamation that no such chaplain shall preach against the published provincial constitutions without craving and obtaining licence of the diocesan in writing, and none of the lieges shall listen to chaplains so preaching, nor by any feigned colour be present at such preachings under the pain aforesaid, and that all shall be obedient and attendant upon the mayor and sheriffs in the execution hereof under pain of imprisonment; as the king has information that a number of priests not so privileged nor with licence of the diocesan or permission of the church, who are said to be of the new sect of the lollards, at the instigation and procurement of people ill versed in the said faith and ruling have in public places within that city and in the suburbs and neighbourhood preached, against the laws and ordinances of the church, or rather have profaned the word of God, or have arisen as preachers to sow discord among the people under colour of preaching and the pestilent seed of lollardry and evil doctrine, and a number of the people under colour of listening to such preaching have assembled there in great multitude, whence have arisen, and are like to arise murmurings and seditions to the no small disturbance of the peace unless a remedy be applied for destruction of such assemblies; and the king's desire is to make provision for defence of the catholic faith and the laws and ordinances of the church, and for keeping the peace. By K.
Like writs to singular the sheriffs throughout England, and to the chancellor of the county palatine of Lancaster.
[Fœdera.]
Ralph de Rochefort knight to William Makeworth dean of the cathedral church of Lincoln, Master Richard Flemynge rector of St. Botolphs, John Bell of the same, John Wessyngton rector of Toft, Richard Denton, John Wyche, William Dogge and Robert Cowton, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of the manors of Fenne and Skreynge by Boston, and of all his lands, rents, services and reversions in Fenne, Benyngton, Toft, Skyrbek and St. Botolphs, the manor of Stokes with all his lands etc. in Lincolnshire, and the manor of Arley with all his lands, woods etc. in Warwickshire. Witnesses: Thomas de Wylughby, William de Spaigne knights, William de Toft of St. Botolphs, Alan Warrewyk of Fenne by Boston, John Rayncoke of the same, Robert Erle of Stoke, John Scot and Geoffrey Barker of the same, John Sloley of Arley. Dated Stokes, 20 July 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 September.
July 29.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Suthampton. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of William Resoun, William Wygge, John atte Oke of Winchester and John Mathewe of the Soke of Winchester 'chaundeler,' in favour of John Blake at suit of Thomas Fauconer citizen and mercer of London before the barons of the exchequer for an account.
Aug. 27.
Windsor.
To the sheriffs of London. Writ of supersedeas in respect of taking of John Towcestre any security for keeping the peace at suit of George de Howe of Wockyng, and order by mainprise of Richard Carleton 'panyer,' William Broun 'skryvener,' Humphrey Welles 'fynour' and William Appulby, all of London, to set him free if taken.
July 22.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Sussex. Like writ, mutatis mutandis, by mainprise of Geoffrey Coke 'fletcher,' William Feryby, John Stoday 'skryvener' and John Tydeman 'taillour,' all of London, in favour of John Alyngton clerk at suit of Thomas Somerbere of Craweley and Robert Haddoun chaplain.
Aug. 10.
Westminster.
To the sheriffs of London. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of Thomas Wynfelde of London 'brewer,' John Germayne of Essex, Richard Hayne of Cicestre and Thomas Swyndoun of Aulton co. Suthampton, in favour of William Hawebarowe 'baker' and William Bereforde 'taillour,' put in exigents for their ransom by reason of their conviction in the late king's court for trespass and conspiracy against John Bailly 'patynmaker' of London.
To the same. Like writ in respect of trespass and conspiracy against Thomas Berkyng.
Aug. 11.
Westminster.
To the mayor of the staple of Cicestre, deputed to take recognisances of debts therein, and to the constable of the staple. Writ of supersedeas until the quinzaine of Michaelmas next, and order by mainprise of Thomas Cristofre esquire of Essex, John Vyncent, Alan Faukeswelle of Sussex and Thomas Yonge of Surrey to release any distress made upon Richard Shertere, executor of Roger Raketon burgess of Cicestre, William Hoore and Juliana his wife, executrix with the said Richard, telling Richard Aylewarde on behalf of the king to repair to the chancery that day, if he shall think fit, and that the king will cause justice to be done between the parties; as the complaint of Richard Shortere and the others shewed that at the prayer of Richard Aylewarde of Boston merchant and of Thomas Aylewarde clerk now deceased William Neel late mayor of that staple certified in the late king's chancery under seal of his office that on 6 July 11 Henry IV Roger Raketon made a recognisance before Geoffrey Hebbe then mayor of the staple for 26l. to the said Richard Aylewarde and Thomas, and an acknowledgment of two bonds in 40l. to them payable, that he kept not the term of payment, that by virtue of a writ of the late king to the sheriff Richard Aylewarde caused all lands of Roger Raketon in Sussex to be extended and seized, and the extent to be returned in chancery, and that although by reason of the undue form of taking the said recognisance and certificate and for certain reasonable causes in the said chancery set forth Richard Aylewarde might not have livery of the said land etc., nor may yet have it, scheming to aggrieve the complainants he is haling them to a plea in the court of the said staple, wherefore they have prayed for remedy; and Thomas Cristofre and the others have mainperned in chancery to have the complainants there on the day named.
Membrane 21d.
May 24.
Westminster.
To the guardians of the peace in Norffolk, and to the sheriff. Writ of supersedeas in respect of taking of John Burnham of Bishops Lenne any security for keeping the peace at suit of Richard Denby of Bishops Lenne or any other of the people, and order by mainprise of Walter Romsey, Henry Louelyche and Simon Herlonde, each of London 'skynner,' and of Eudo Wythe of Norffolk to set the said John free, if taken.
Thomas Stistede to Nicholas Kynbelle and his heirs. Quitclaim of all manors, lands, fees, advowsons, possessions and reversions which Thomas Stistede with others had by grant of King Richard last deceased, the manor of Gildenemoordoun and lands in Moordoun aforesaid excepted. Dated Saturday after Ascension day 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at the abbot's chamber within the abbey of St. Osith on Friday in Whitsun week before the said abbot, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Peter Kynknall to William Spoune clerk, his heirs and assigns. Gift and release of his estate in a tenement with curtilage and garden adjacent in Brackele, which John Brochampton master of the hospital of St. James and St. John Brackele and the brethren his fellows gave to the said Peter and to his assigns during his life, situate between a tenement of John Erl on the north called the 'Whitehalle' and a tenement of John Grafton on the south. Dated Brackele, 4 July 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 15 July.
Agnes who was wife of Thomas Bryghtwelle of Thame, daughter and one of the heirs of Robert Chacombe of Thame, to William Bate of Thame and Isabel his wife, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of one half acre of burgage land built upon in New Thame, situate between a burgage sometime of John Frigoun on the east and a burgage of William Bate on the west, which the said William and Isabel have by her gift and feoffment, and of another half acre between the first on the east and a burgage sometime of Walter Cherdesle on the west. Witnesses: William Baldyndoun, William Beeke, John Middelwode, John Jaket, John Sherman, John Bate. Dated Thame aforesaid, 1 September 8 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 23 August this year.
Sept. 6.
Westminster.
To the sheriffs of London. Order upon sight etc. to cause proclamation to be made, that all men born in the king's lands of Ireland and Wales, of whatsoever estate, degree or condition, shall under pain of forfeiture hasten and draw thither, so as to be there at Christmas day next at latest, unless meantime they shall have special licence of the king; as in consideration that a number of rebels in those lands, the king's enemies, persisting in obstinate rebellion contrary to their allegiance do daily go about to inflict what harm they may upon him and his lieges there dwelling, if their malice be not speedily and forcibly resisted, the king's will is to make provision, as he is bound to do, for resisting the same, and especially by men born in those lands, and therefore the more bound to defend them before all others to the utmost of their strength. By K.
Like writs to singular the sheriffs throughout England, and to the chancellor of the county palatine of Lancaster.
Aug. 18.
Westminster.
To the sheriffs of the city of York. Writ of supersedeas, and order by mainprise of John Helman, Roger Coleway of Essex, John Brampton of Kent and John Bysburne of York to set free John Echewyke, if taken at suit of the king and John Hesilden 'mustard maker' for leaving the service of John Hesilden before the term agreed.
Membrane 20d.
The king and the dean and chapter of Cicestre. Indenture of agreement concerning the articles specified in a composition (text follows) touching the maintenance of two chantries and other charges in the church of Cicestre of the king's foundation and patronage, whereby upon petition of the dean and chapter for a grant during the war with France of the priory of Wylmyngton co. Sussex in the diocese of Cicestre and the prebend of Wylmyngton in their church, whereof the abbot of Greston to whom the said priory pertains is prebendary, and of all manors, lands, rents, services, knights' fees, advowsons of churches, vicarages and benefices, rights, proventions etc. thereof to them and their successors without payment, for increase of divine worship and relief of them and their church, and in consideration of the small endowment of their church etc., in honour of the holy Trinity, the Virgin and of bishop Richard the Confessor whose body and relics are in that church, for his own prosperity in life, for the souls of the late king his father, his mother and all his forefathers, and of Nicholas Mortymer sometime his servant and all the faithful departed, of his mere motion and particular knowledge the king doth grant the said priory, prebend etc. to them during the war, subject to the ordinances and charges following: first he doth found during the war two chantries of two priests or chaplains in a chapel of St. Mary within the church of Cicestre where the body of Nicholas Mortymer lies buried, who shall by themselves when disposed and by others when indisposed celebrate therein daily masses for the king's happy estate and for the souls aforesaid, celebrating on the second day of the week the mass of the Lord's annunciation, on the third of the Holy Ghost, and so alternately until the Sunday, when one of them shall always celebrate that of the Trinity: if there shall be a vacancy by decease or withdrawal of a chaplain, the king and his successors shall present to the dean and chapter another, a virtuous man and a graduate in the schools, whose admission shall to them pertain, and also his removal for just cause: every chaplain so admitted shall forthwith make oath in their presence to observe these ordinances and statutes: they shall be called the king's chaplains, and when present at divine service in the choir shall have the first stalls among the vicars, and shall be like the other vicars with amices of calaber etc. in raiment, ornament and habit: they shall be present at the daily mass of the Virgin in the said chapel, and at the high mass in the choir, also at celebration of vespers and in processions: in the said mass of the Virgin a special collect shall be said daily with secreta and post-communion: every king's chaplain for the time being shall yearly receive of the proventions of the said priory and prebend in name of stipend 20 marks in tale by the hands of the dean and chapter: of the said proventions 2 marks a year shall be paid in alms by their appointment to every vicar of the church present at divine service therein: 40s. thereof shall be yearly paid by them towards the repair and maintenance of the common hall and utensils of the community of the vicars: on the anniversary of Nicholas Mortymer 40s. of the said proventions shall be divided among the canons, vicars and ministers present: during the king's life shall be celebrated an anniversary for the soul of the late king, and after his decease for his soul and the souls of his forefathers on the day of his death, whereupon 5 marks of the said proventions shall be divided by the dean and chapter, and in these distributions the king's chaplains shall share equally with the vicars and ministers: besides the distributions aforesaid 2 marks shall be yearly paid on the king's anniversary among the vicars in their common hall by way of exhibiting a pittance: 8 marks shall thereof be yearly paid by the dean and chapter to the choristers of the church: the residue of the said proventions not disposed of to special uses shall go to the common use of the canons in residence, and to the fabric of the church: proviso that, if by peace between England and France or otherwise the dean and chapter may not possess the said priory and prebend, they shall not thenceforward be bound to the charges herein expressed, save in so far as provision of yearly rents elsewhere shall be made them by the king's majesty. Dated by the king at Wyndesore, by the dean and chapter in their chapter house at Cicestre, 12 August 1 Henry V, 1414 (sic).
Memorandum of enrolment by command of the king, by writ of the privy seal which is in the king's keeping, addressed to Henry bishop of Winchester the chancellor, and upon the chancery file for this year. [See p.s. 81.]
Thomas Clenehonde to William Parker, son of William Parker late citizen and mercer of London, and to the heirs of the body of William the son, with remainder to John Parker brother of William the elder and to the heirs of his body, remainder to Edmund Parker otherwise Chymbham, another brother, and to the heirs of his body, remainder to the right heirs of William Parker the elder. Charter indented quadripartite of the whole manor called Estwarle Semeles co. Essex, and all his lands, woods etc. in the town of Estwarle; and notice that William Parker the elder did charge his sons and brethren aforesaid under his blessing at the peril of their souls that none should alien or charge the premises or any parcel thereof to the hurt or disherison of another. Witnesses: William Walderne, John Shadworth, John Tyrell, Lewis John, Robert Brendewode, Thomas Haukyn, Nicholas Sporyer. Dated Estwarle, 9 September 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 24 September.
Aug. 13.
Westminster.
To William Hankeforde, Robert Hulle, John Colpepir, William Alisaundre and John Rous, justices appointed to take an assize of novel disseisin concerning tenements in Malmesbury, Fitelton and Charleton by Malmesbury, by Walter Charleton arraigned against Thomas abbot of Malmesbury and others. Writ of supersedeas until the Nativity of the Virgin next, but order meantime to continue process; as the king has prorogued the assize until then, learning that the plaintiff's averment in chancery was untrue.
Membrane 19d.
July 23.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Middlesex. Order to return before the justices of the Common Bench at Lincoln at the octaves of Michaelmas all writs, original and judicial, then returnable before them at Westminster, and all returnable at subsequent days at the days therein contained, causing proclamation to be made on the king's behalf, that all who by writs, rolls or otherwise have days before those justices at Westminster at the said octaves or subsequent dates shall keep their days at Lincoln; as for particular and urgent causes affecting himself and the estate of the realm the king has ordered that all pleas before them shall there be held, but his will is that all such pleas and processes shall be of the same force as if held at Westminster; and order to make proclamation of this ordinance, certifying the said justices at Lincoln at the octaves aforesaid how he has executed this writ. By K. and C.
Like writs to the sheriffs of London, and to the sheriff of Surrey and Sussex.
To the sheriff of Middlesex. Like order, mutatis mutandis, in respect of the removal to the city of London (sic) of pleas, summonses, accounts and processes before the treasurer and the barons of the exchequer returnable at Westminster on the morrow of Michaelmas and at subsequent dates; the king has ordered that all who ought to make payments at the receipt of the exchequer shall make them there, and that all who ought to account at the exchequer shall be at the city of Lincoln (sic) at the aforesaid day. By K.
Like writs (as above).
Sept. 26.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of York. Order to make proclamation of a new truce made between the king, his realm, lands and possessions and all his liege subjects on the one part and Robert son of the king of Scotland duke of Albany earl of Fyffe and Mentethe and governor of Scotland, that realm and all lands, possessions and liege subjects thereof on the other part, from 15 August last to 1 June next, by land in particular from the river Spey in Scotland to St. Michaels Mount in Cornwall and by sea in general, as in the truce last made at Brigehamhalqwhe between the commissaries and deputies of the late king and those of the said governor; and order to cause the same to be kept.
Like writs to the sheriffs of the following counties:
Northumberland.
Cumberland.
Westmerland.
Lincoln.
Norffolk and Suffolk.
Also to the chancellor in the county palatine of Lancaster.
[Fœdera.]
Thomas Cotere, Richard Horewode, Ralph Waterman clerks, John Northbury, William Cheytwynt, John Durham esquires and John Welsshe of Lynforde to John Peryan esquire, Thomas Beaufort earl of Dorset, Sir Hugh Luterell knight, Sir John Tibbay clerk, William Brokesby, Robert Basset esquires and John Fouler clerk, and to the heirs and assigns of John Peryan. Charter of demise of manors called Gobyons and Lauvares, a tenement called Godewyns, and all lands, woods, ways, hays, fisheries, rents and services of freeholders and neifs and all reversions in Stapelforde, Watton atte Stone, Brantfelde, Bengeho, Daccheworth, Aston and Sauecompe co. Hertforde sometime of William Gobyoun of Stapelforde, Simon de Burgh, William Asshewelle, John Warmeforde rector of Ayot and Robert Martyn rector of Great Munden, which the grantors, with Thomas Say citizen and vintner of London now deceased, had by feoffment of the said Robert Martyn. Witnesses: John Goldyngton, William atte Water, Walter Mees, William Brembelde, Nicholas Susshe, John Wodewarde, John Pokengton. Dated Stapelford, 10 December 14 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by William Cheytwynt 8 June, by John Welsshe 12 June this year, both in chancery at Westminster, and by Thomas Cotere, Richard Horewode and John Northbury at Bedwelle on Monday before St. Matthew this year before the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Thomas Cotere etc. (as above) to Salamon Fresthorp, John Chyksonde and William Brokman. Letter of attorney, appointing them to give John Peryaun esquire (and the others above named) seisin of the manors and lands (above described). Dated (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment (as the last).
Membrane 18d.
Aug. 27.
Westminster.
John Chetheham abbot of Begham to the king. Recognisance for 200l., to be levied etc. of his lands and chattels and church goods in Sussex.
Condition, that henceforward the abbot shall not hinder John Ultynge abbot of Dereforde from taking possession of that abbey according to a decree of restitution thereto in the court of Arches London, nor unlawfully trouble him or cause him to be troubled touching his possession thereof when he shall have it, nor do or procure him any hurt or harm.
July 24.
Westminster.
To Thomas earl of Dorset admiral of England, or to his lieutenant. Writ of supersedeas until the quinzaine of Michaelmas next in respect of any proceeding in the plea hereinafter mentioned, but order meantime to continue the same; as the king has learned that James Jonghe Jans, claiming to be factor and attorney of James Hughesonne and John Basseuelde merchants of Dam in Flanders, is impleading Edmund Arnolde in the admiralty court for restitution of thirty tuns, one pipe and one quartelet of wine of Peytou unlawfully taken at sea it is said; and for particular causes the king has appointed the defendant his envoy over sea, and he has mainperned in chancery under a pain of 200l. to answer in the said court in the quinzaine aforesaid.
Thomas Cotere, Richard Horewode clerks, John Norbury, John Derham esquires and John Walsche of Lynforde to John Peryan esquire, Thomas Beaufort earl of Dorset, Sir Hugh Luterell knight, Sir John Tibbay clerk, William Brokesby, Robert Basset esquires and John Fouler clerk and to the heirs and assigns of John Peryan. Charter of demise of all the lands, woods, hays etc. and all rights in Stapilforde co. Hertforde sometime of John Costyn and after of John de la Lee knight and Joan his wife, after of Walter de la Lee knight, after of John Boys of Tollyshunte, Richard de la Pantrie and John Weston of Colcestre and late of Robert Lorynge of Hodisdoun co. Hertforde, which the grantors had by feoffment of Robert Loryng, also of all parcels of their land late of Robert Loryng, with a grove in the fields called 'Mochelradysbury,' a croft of land called 'Monecroft, Roundfelde, Lauvarisfelde, Chalkdellefelde,' and a croft called the 'Lytelrowe' sometime of Master John Legat in Stapilforde and Brantfelde co. Hertforde and late of Robert Lorynge, which the grantors had by feoffment of Robert Lorynge. Witnesses: John Goldyngton, William atte Water, Walter Mees, William Brembelde, Nicholas Susshe. Dated Stapilforde, 10 December 14 Henry IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by John Walsche 12 June this year in chancery at Westminster, and by Thomas Cotere, Richard Horewode and John Northbury at Bedwelle on Monday before St. Matthew before the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Thomas Cotere etc. (as above) to Salamon Fresthorp, John Chyksonde and William Brokman. Letter of attorney, appointing them to give John Peryaun esquire (and the others above named) seisin of the lands etc. (above described). Dated (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment (as the last).
Membrane 17d.
Thomas Dengayne to Nicholas Kynbell and his heirs. Quitclaim of all manors, lands, fees, advowsons, possessions and reversions which the said Thomas and others had by grant of King Richard last deceased, except the manor of Gildenemoordoun and lands in Moordoun aforesaid. Dated Saturday after Ascension day 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in the chapter house within Bernewelle priory on Tuesday after Trinity before the prior of Bernewelle, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Sept. 11.
Westminster.
To R. bishop of Norwich. Nomination of William Bontemps the king's serjeant, one of the clerks of his chapel, to receive the pension in which by reason of his new creation the bishop is bound to one of the king's clerks, until by him provided with a benefice. By p.s. [19.]
Aug. 26.
Westminster.
To the admiral of England or his lieutenant. Strict order to cause proclamation to be made in singular the seaports of the realm etc. on the king's behalf forbidding any of the lieges of whatsoever estate or condition to cross to Aquitaine for the present vintage or return thence with any vessels or ships dispersedly or severally under pain of forfeiting his ships, wine, merchandise and goods, but only in conjunction with other armed ships in sufficient number and power; as divers enemies of the king are at sea with divers ships and no small armed power, to [do] what harm they may to his lieges, especially to those about to pass for this present vintage, and more are going about shortly so to do as the king has learned; and his will is to make provision for the safety of those lieges and of his navy against the malice of the said enemies so far as he may. By K.
[Fœdera.]
William Cornewaille to Thomas son of Robert Bevyle, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Walton called the 'Northende,' and of all lands, rents and services in Wodewalton. Dated 5 April 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in the abbot's hall in Sawetre abbey 12 October before the abbot, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
John Grede otherwise Symme, cousin and heir of Thomas Grede esquire, to Thomas Mulle, Juliana his wife, William Frye, John Chuderlegh and John Copleston the younger and to the heirs and assigns of Thomas Mulle. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands, reversions, rents and services of freeholders and neifs, woods etc. in Chilton otherwise Chilton Furnyaux otherwise Chilton Avenell, Wodelonde, Boughadoun and Morelonde sometime of Thomas Grede his uncle. Witnesses: Thomas de la Pomeray knight, John Chuseldene, Nicholas Pontyngton, John atte Wille, Robert Fursdoun, Thomas Grede of Lynche. Dated Chilton, Monday after the Exaltation of Holy Cross 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 24 October.
Joan who was wife of Roger Swynerton, daughter and heir of John Newenton knight of the parish of Hornechirche co. Essex, in her widowhood, to Thomas Barton otherwise Hamme, his heirs and assigns. Gift with warranty of a yearly quit rent of 4 marks, to be taken of her manor of Redene and of all other her lands and rents within the lordship of Haveryng co. Essex, and she has put him in possession thereof by payment of 4d. Witnesses: Richard Hamme, John Wymbusshe, John Tedenhale, Ralph Uphaveryng, William Goldesmyth. Dated Haveryng, 20 October 1 Henry V.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in the conventual church of St. Peter Westminster 21 October before John Franke clerk, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.