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Close Rolls, Henry VI: October 1435

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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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October 1435

Oct. 27.
Westminster.
Thomas Foljambe esquire to Henry Perponde knight. Recognisance for 1,000l., to be levied etc. in Derbyshire.
Condition, that he, his servants and tenants and all those by the said Henry appealed for mayhem shall abide and perform the award and judgment of John archbishop of York touching all appeals, trespasses, actions, debates and plaints between them on the one part and the said Henry, his tenants and servants and Marjory Bradshawe on the other part, so that the same be given in writing under the archbishop's seal before the octaves of St. Hilary next.
Cancelled upon the acknowledgment of Henry Perponde.
Oct. 27.
Westminster.
Henry Perponde knight to Thomas Foljambe esquire. (Like) recognisance.
Condition, that he, his servants and tenants etc. (as above) shall abide and perform the said archbishop's award etc. touching all appeals etc. between them and Marjory Bradshawe on the one part and the said Thomas his tenants and servants on the other etc. (as above).
Cancelled upon the acknowledgment of Thomas Foljambe.
John Aunesley esquire to John Makworth dean of the cathedral church of St. Mary Lincoln, John Cursoun, Thomas Makworth, John Lathebury, Richard Ireton esquires and Thomas Wolaton, their heirs and assigns. Charter indented with warranty of the manors of Aunesley, Bulcote and Gippesmere co. Notyngham, and all other lands, rents, reversions and services, with advowsons of chantries etc. there and in Crophill and Cossale co. Notyngham and Rawmersh and Bolton upon Derne co. York, which all descended to the grantor after the death of Thomas Aunesley his grandfather. Witnesses: Hugh Willughby, Robert Strelley knights, John Cokfelde, Ralph Makerell esquires, John Chaumberleyn of Hukenale. Dated the morrow of All Souls 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 3 November.
John Vase otherwise Vasques esquire (scutifer) of the king of Portugal, proctor and factor of Nonus Fernanduz merchant and factor of Peter Donynges merchant of Bruges in Flanders, to John Melborne, Richard Bokelande, John Chirche, John Levynge, John Bale, John Stevenes, John Staple citizens and merchants of London, Robert Bolyngton seaman, and all their fellows merchants of London, owners and victuallers of five ships, to wit 'le James' of London, John Swaune master, 'le Antony' of London, Henry Wodewarde master, 'la Margaret de Clarence,' Richard Forder master, 'le Antony the Litill' of London, John Wattes master, and the 'barge' called 'la Marie' of London, Richard Berde master. General release as proctor of Nonus Fernanduz of all actions real and personal, all claims, suits, plaints and demands, for himself and the said Peter, by reason of taking certain goods out of a ship called 'le Seynt Nicholas' of Lusboun, Peter Nonuz master, in a place called the Camber near Wynchelse in England, or for any other cause. Dated 3 November 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 4 November.
John Dawe to Robert Stapylton, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim of a tenement in Dorkynge between tenements of Juliana Fyschere on the east and Thomas Perier on the west and extending on the north to the high way from Reygate to Guldeforde and on the south to neif land of the earl of Wareyne, and of half an acre of land in Boueton field between land called the 'Hulle' on the south and land sometime of Richard Gylmynne on the north and extending on the east to the high way from Dorkynge to Newdegate and on the west to neif land of the said earl. Witnesses: Sir Richard Clyffe vicar of Dorkynge, Robert atte Sonde, Thomas Perier, Thomas Bocche, Stephen Balhorne, John Tannere, John Bakere. Dated Dorkynge, 27 May 5 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 November this year.
Oct. 27.
Westminster.
Henry Perponde knight to Thomas Foljambe esquire. Recognisance for 1,000l., to be levied etc. in Derbyshire.
Condition, that he, his servants and tenants, and Margery Bradschawe shall abide and perform the award of the archbishop of York touching all appeals, trespasses, actions, debates and plaints between them and Thomas Foljambe, his servants and tenants and all them by the said Henry appealed before the king for mayhem, so that the same be made in writing under the archbishop's seal before the octaves of St. Hilary next.