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Close Rolls, Henry VI: 1436-1437

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 3, 1435-1441. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1937.

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1436-1437

Richard Leversegge, son and heir of Robert Leversegge of Merton co. Surrey 'gentilman,' to John Iwardeby, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands, rents and services in Ewell, Codyngton and Ebsham or elsewhere in Surrey called Fenelles otherwise 'Fenelleslonde' and 'Parkers place' otherwise 'Parkerslonde,' late of the said Robert, which the said John has by feoffment of the said Robert. Dated 12 July 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 15 July.
Membrane 17d.
1436.
John Goos citizen and saddler of London to Richard Bye, William Byrd citizen and 'sadeler' of London and John Byrom clerk, their heirs and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels quick and dead, moveable and immovable within the realm and elsewhere, and all debts to him due. Dated London, 28 August 44 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 23 November this year.
William Garlonde chaplain to William Berdewels, son of Robert Berdewels-esquire, and to Eleanor his wife and the heirs of their bodies. Charter of demise of the manors of 'Middylharlynge' and Kymberle with the advowson of 'Middylharlynge' church, all which the grantor with Thomas Erpyngham knight, Thomas Halys esquire and John Poyt rector of 'Estharlynge' now deceased had by feoffment of Elizabeth who was wife of Thomas Crabbe and daughter and heir of John Furnews knight of 'Middilharlynge.' Witnesses: George Sekforde, Robert Gyldensleve, William Catton, Richard Carter, Henry Burgeys, John Catton, John Bunne. Dated 'Middylharlyng,' Saturday after Ascension day 12 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Norwich 9 October this year before William Paston, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
John Andrewe, son of James Andrewe, to William Debenham, Robert Wode, Thomas Denys, John Witton, Thomas Wysman, John Felawe and John Tarlee, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of three pieces of land in Sprouton sometime of William Gosse, which descended to John Andrewe after his father's death. Dated Spouton (sic), Monday after Allhallows 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 29 November.
1437.
William Parys citizen and brewer of London to William Ferrour the elder citizen and brewer and William Porlonde, both of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels quick and dead in London and elsewhere within the realm, and all debts to him due. Dated London, 3 January 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 5 January.
Nicholas Norwych of London clerk to John Gloucestre clerk of the exchequer, Edmund Kervyle grocer and Thomas Fermory scrivener citizens of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead, and all debts to him due. Dated 24 December 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 6 January.
Henry Haulay, son of Thomas Haulay of Lincolnshire knight, to John Courtenay, Nicholas Dymmok, John Stayndrop, John Pawelyn, John Walle of London chaplain and John Laghton, their heirs and assigns. Gift indented of a yearly rent of 40s., to be taken of and in all the lands of John Haulay of Lincolnshire esquire in Tetenay and Humberston co. Lincoln, sometime of the said Thomas Haulay, whereof the said Henry is in full possession, reciting a charter whereby John Haulay gave those lands to John Langholme, John Ratheby, Robert Forman and William Clerke, their heirs and assigns, during the life of Agnes his wife, with remainder after her decease to the said Henry, Patrick Skypwyth, John Boteler, William Boteler and John Holden, their heirs and assigns, a writing indented whereby John Langholme and the others made a lease thereof to the said Henry during the life of the said Agnes, and a writing indented whereby the said Patrick, John Boteler, William Boteler and John Holden made a release thereof to him, and he has paid the now grantees 4d. in name of seisin of the said rent; and further grant of a rent of 10s. in name of a pain whensoever any parcel of the former rent shall be one month in arrear. Dated Tettenay, 28 July 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 23 January this year.
John Smyth of Dokesworth to John his elder son. Gift of all his goods and chattels in the town and fields of Dokesworth. Dated Dokesworth, 20 April 13 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 28 January this year.
1436.
Memorandum of an undertaking under a pain of 1,000 marks, made in chancery 21 November 15 Henry VI by Thomas Rogger abbot of Bukfast, that he shall appear in person in chancery in the octaves of the Purification next, and in the mean time shall do or procure no hurt or harm to Nicholas Brendoun, William Harper and William Eston.
Note, that he did that day appear, and was directed not to leave the court without licence under a pain of 100l.
Membrane 16d.
John Warketon citizen and vintner of London to William Gerveys clerk, Richard Appelton vintner and Nicholas Lovet goldsmith citizens of London, their heirs, executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead within the realm and over sea; John Michell being mayor of London, William Gregory and Thomas Morestede sheriffs. Dated 2 December 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 4 December.
John Russell to Richard Box, William Bramle, John Coter and Dionysia Burdoun, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead within the realm or elsewhere on either side the sea. Dated 17 December 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 December.
Dec. 20.
Westminster.
William Seymour esquire and Henry Mayster of Queynton 'yoman,' both of Bukinghamshire, to Adam Semy of London 'sherman.' Recognisance for 70l., to be levied etc. in Bukinghamshire.
James Mogoun citizen and 'pulter' of London to John Louth one of the clerks of chancery, Matthew Brayne citizen and goldsmith of London and John Fely of Suthwerke co. Surrey 'skynner,' their executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead in the city and suburbs of London and elsewhere within the realm, and all debts to him due. Dated 21 December 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 27 December.
Thomas Welles citizen and mercer of London to John Stopyndoun, Robert Shiryngton clerks, William Babyngton the younger, William Blyton and Thomas Sprout grocer citizens of London, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of all his lands, rents and services in Essex, and gift to them, their executors and assigns, of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead within the realm. Witnesses: Robert Darcy esquire, William Aillewyn, John Burgeys, John Swayne, John Kynge. Dated Maldoun co. Essex, 30 November 15 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 31 December.
1437.
Ralph Garneys esquire and Lawrence Balware clerk of Norffolk to Peter Garneys of Bekkelys co. Suffolk esquire. Bond in 1,000 marks payable on Easter day next. Dated 29 January 15 Henry VI.
Condition, that the said Ralph and Lawrence, Thomas Kerdeston, John Hevenyngham knights, William Paston, John Berney of Redeham the elder, John Fastolffe of Olton, John Jarnagan, Edmund Wychyngham, John Berney the younger, Philip Berney, Robert Wychyngham and Robert Boys esquires shall abide and obey the award of Ralph Lampet esquire, Reynold Rous, John Puttoke and John Tasburgh, arbitrators chosen by common consent, touching all actions, plaints, demands and debates between the said Ralph and Lawrence and the said Peter which concern the last will of William Garneys father of the said Ralph, and all others besides, with proviso that their award be made before Easter day next.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 1 February.
William Clerke citizen and 'haberdassher' of London to Richard Blake 'haberdassher' and John Werke goldsmith, both of London. Charter with warranty of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead in the city of London and elsewhere within the realm. Dated 20 July 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 15 February this year.
Membrane 15d.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 200 marks, made in chancery 7 December this year by Thomas Harlowe of the parish of St. Dunstan in the 'Est' London 'iremonger' and John Gryffyn of the parish of St. Benet 'in Greschurche strete sadeler' for John bishop of Scalholt in Island within the realm of Denmark, to whom by letters patent of 22 November this year the king gave licence to lade a ship of England with victuals and other goods and property needful for himself, his men and household when he should come to those parts, therewith to depart thither, there to lade the ship again with other goods etc. to be brought again to England to content certain creditors to whom the bishop is indebted, and to send the same back again, that answer shall be made to the king for customs, subsidies etc. to him due, and that the bishop shall by himself or by others do or attempt nought tending to breach of the statute published on behalf of the king of Denmark in the parliament holden at Westminster in 8 Henry VI.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 10l., made in chancery 30 December this year by Thomas Rythe of Retherwyke co. Suthampton 'gentilman,' William Halle 'yoman,' Roger atte More 'husbandman,' both of Dogmersfeld, and William Barboure of Basyngstoke 'barboure' for Thomas Shirwode and Nicholas Shirwode, both of Basyngstoke, and of an undertaking by Thomas Shirwode for himself under a pain of 40l., that they shall both appear in person in chancery upon warning received on behalf of the king, and for their good behaviour in the mean time in his forests and chaces in the county of Suthampton, doing no hurt to his deer or otherwise, and taking or destroying no deer.