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Close Rolls, Henry VI: January 1436

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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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January 1436

Jan. 24.
Westminster.
Godfrey Hilton knight to Maud Seynt John and Thomas Bradbrigge. Recognisance for 200l., to be levied etc. in Lincolnshire.
Condition, that he, Eleanor his wife, their heirs or assigns shall pay the said Maud or her attorney at Halnacre or elsewhere in Sussex 16 marks a year during her life, the first payment to be made at Easter day next.
Henry Bealdelegh to Richard Nordoun citizen and tailor of London and Isabel his wife, who was wife of Roger Weye of Devon 'gentilman,' and to the heirs and assigns of the said Isabel. Quitclaim of all the messuages, lands, rents, services and reversions in Kylmyngton, Foldehay, Lockeshore, Come and Watermouthe co. Devon and Wachet co. Somerset which the said Henry had, with others now deceased and John Francheyne yet living, who has made a quitclaim to the said Isabel, by feoffment of Roger Weye. Dated 26 January 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 26 January.
Memorandum of an appearance in chancery by Henry Bealdelegh, 26 January 14 Henry VI, and of his acknowledgment upon oath that he has never made any estate, alienation, gift, grant, release or demise of the messuages, lands etc. (above mentioned) which he and others had by feoffment of Roger Waye, save the release (above) enrolled.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writing, 26 January.
Thomas Morecoke of Brastede co. Kent to Thomas Chaworth clerk, otherwise Thomas Chaworth late of Sterburgh co. Surrey 'gentilman.' General release of all personal actions, and all executions of judgments against him and others or against him alone. Dated London, 11 October 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 27 January.
William Catour citizen and armourer of London to Richard Selby, William Hill of the chancery and John Wyse citizen and 'carpenter' of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead within the realms of England and France. Dated 5 November 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 26 January.
Robert Falowfelde citizen and draper of London to John Brikles citizen and draper of London, William Staynforde and Thomas Falowfelde citizen and draper of London, their executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead in London and elsewhere within the realm, and all debts to him due. Dated London, 20 December 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 31 January.
Membrane 13d.
Jan. 31.
Westminster.
Thomas Beauchamp knight to Humphrey Stafforde knight. Recognisance for 1,000l., to be levied etc. in Somerset.
Condition, that the said Thomas, John Kayle of Atheleston, Richard Bretell of Wemdoun, William Gardyner of Whitlakynton chaplain, John Martyn of Canyngton and other the feoffees of any lands which were of Thomas Trevet knight or Elizabeth who was wife of Thomas Trevet to the use of Thomas Beauchamp shall abide and perform the award of John Hody, Alexander Hody, John Storke, John Boefe and Hugh Kene touching the title of all such lands, and touching all actions, plaints, debates and demands between the said Humphrey and John Trevet on the one part and the said feoffees on the other, or the award of John Hody in case those arbitrators may not agree. Proviso that the award of the arbitrators be made before the quinzaine of Easter next, and that of John Hody before Michaelmas next.
Thomas Fuller citizen and 'stokfisshmonger' of London to Henry Hille of Suffolk 'maryner' and Richard Treboun citizen and 'stokfisshmonger' of London, their heirs and assigns. Charter of all his goods moveable and immovable in England. Dated London, 24 September 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 4 February.
John Flemynge of Suthampton 'gentilman' to Richard Southam of London 'taillour' and Agnes his wife. General release of all actions real and personal, all suits, plaints and demands. Dated the church of St. Bride London, 5 February 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 5 February.
Agnes Ikworth, widow of Thomas Ikworth esquire and sister and heir of John Tamworth esquire, Robert Caundysshe of Suffolk serjeant at law, Robert Wyngefelde knight and Robert Wode of Ippeswyche 'gentilman,' both of Suffolk, to Robert Warner citizen of London 'gentilman,' his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim, with warranty by the said Agnes, of a void parcel of land or garden in the parishes of St. Andrew Holbourne and St. Dunstan 'Fletstrete' in the suburbs of London enclosed with 'mudwall,' between land sometime of John Tamworth on the south and north, a garden of the bishop of Lincoln on the west and a garden of Robert Warner on the east; also of another garden to the same attached, as enclosed with 'mudwall,' between a garden of the bishop of Lincoln on the west and a tenement called the 'Sterre' lying by a tenement of Robert Warner called 'Stapelhyne' in Holbourne on the east, one head abutting on the highway of Holbourne on the north and the other upon the said void land on the south. Witnesses: Robert Hore, Thomas Nansegles, John Aston, Richard Nordoun, William Chapman, Richard Stryngham, William Andrewe. Dated 20 June 13 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said Agnes at Fornham Allhallows co. Suffolk 16 January this year before Robert Cavendisshe, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year, and by Robert Caundysche in chancery at Westminster, 6 February.
William Chymbeham the elder, brother of John Chymbeham, to William Boneville knight, Nicholas Wymbysshe, Thomas Leuesham clerks, John Bluet, Nicholas Radeforde, Thomas Cokayne, John Bate, William Wenarde, John More, William Beefe, William Hyndeston, John Germyn, William Hunte and Richard Townesende, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim indented with warranty of the manor of Hode, all messuages, dovecotes, mills, lands, rents, reversions and services in Hode, Marlegh (Merlegh), Helepayn, Choldewille, Hochelonde, Caundelyche, Luscombe, Louefalewille (Loufalewille) and 'Northhode' co. Devon, and all messuages etc. with all neifs in that county which they had by feoffment of John Chambeham (sic) his brother. Witnesses: Thomas Courtenay earl of Devon, Philip Courtenay, John Dynham, Thomas Beaumonde knights, John Speke, Humphrey Bevyle (Beville), Thomas Wyse, Walter Reynolde, Walter Whitlegh. Dated 7 February 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 8 February.
William Chymbeham the younger, brother of John Chymbeham, to William Boneville (and the others above named) their heirs and assigns. (Like) quitclaim and warranty. Witnesses and date (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 February.
Membrane 12d.
Richard Sutham of London 'taillour' and Agnes his wife, daughter of William Newe of Suthampton deceased, to John Flemynge of Suthampton 'gentilman,' his heirs and assigns. General release of all actions real and personal, all appeals, suits, plaints and demands; and quitclaim of the whole tenement of the said William in Suthampton in the parish of Holy Rood, situate in English street on the east side thereof between tenements of John Popham knight on the north and John Fyfmarke on the south. Witnesses: William Chaumberleyne, John Pole esquire, John Hengescote, Robert Colpeys, William Cleve, John Serle. Dated the church of St. Bride London, 5 February 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 5 February.
Declaration of John Fursdoun of Fursdoun co. Cornwall esquire, who lately made a feoffment of all his messuages, lands etc. in Fursdoun and Polcarowe to divers persons for performance of his will, that his will is that all feoffees of his, or of another to his use, shall make a quitclaim of the said messuages, lands etc. to Nicholas Aysshton of Calyngton in Cornwall and to his heirs as he will advise, at his expense, and this the said John does require them to do. Dated Monday after the Purification 14 Henry VI.
John Fursdoun esquire to Nicholas Aysshton (as above) and to his heirs. Confirmation with warranty of his title in the reversion of all messages, lands etc. in Fursdoun and Polcarowe co. Cornwall whereof the said John and Margaret his wife are tenants for life without impeachment of waste, saving their estate aforesaid. Dated Tuesday after the Purification 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings, 7 February.
John Chymbeham, son and heir of Edmund Chymbeham, to William Boneville knight, Nicholas Wymbysshe, Thomas Leuesham clerks, John Bluet, Nicholas Radeforde, Thomas Cokayne, John Bate, William Wenarde, John More, William Beefe, William Hyndeston, John Germyn, William Hunte and Richard Townesende, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Hode and all messuages, dovecotes, mills, lands, rents, reversions and services in Hode, Merlegh, Helepayne, Choldewille, Hochelonde, Caundelyche, Luscombe, Loufalewille and 'Northhode' co. Devon, and all messuages etc. and all neifs in that county, which they had by his gift. Witnesses: Thomas Courtenay earl of Devon, Philip Courtenay, John Dynham, Thomas Beaumonde knights, John Speke, Humphrey Beville, Thomas Wyse, Walter Reynolde, Walter Whitlegh. Dated 7 February 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 February.
Edmund Chymbeham, brother of John Chymbeham, to William Boneville (and the others above named), their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim and warranty of the (said) manor etc., which they had by gift of the said John. Witnesses and date (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 February.
John Audeley citizen and mercer of London to Sir John Chambirlayn clerk and John Lenche citizen and draper of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods, debts and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead. Dated 8 February 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 9 February.
Joan George, daughter and heir of John Hosebrygge and of Alina his wife daughter of Peter de la Heose and of Alina his wife, and Thomas George, son of the said Joan, to Walter Hungerforde lord of Heightesbury and of Hommet, John Juyn, John Baynton knights, John Paulet, John Fortescu and John Carter clerk and to the heirs and assigns of the said Walter. Quitclaim with warranty of the manors of Roudoun and Box, and all messuages, lands, rents, reversions and services in Roudoun, Box, Cheppenham and elsewhere within the hundred of Cheppenham. Witnesses: John Stourton, Stephen Popham, Robert Shotysbroke knights, William Darell, Robert Baynarde, Robert Longe, William Gore. Dated 24 July 13 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, by the said Joan at Box co. Wiltesir 7 January this year, and by the said Thomas at Meere 9 January, both before Robert Longe by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.