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Close Rolls, Henry VI: July 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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July 1436

July 25.
Westminster.
Robert Thorney 'girdeler,' John Sheffelde 'goldsmyth,' both of the parish of St. Mary Aldermarybery London, and Maurice Thomas of Tynbegh co. Pembroke in Wales 'maryner' to the king. Recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied etc. in London and Pembrokeshire.
Condition, that the said Maurice shall appear in chancery upon warning received to answer touching alleged trespasses by him committed in the parts of Island.
July 26.
Westminster.
John Ewer of Berkynge co. Essex 'gentilman,' John Spencor of the parish of St. Albans London 'haberdassher and John Denys of Bristol 'maryner' to the king. (Like) recognisance, to be levied in London and the county (sic) aforesaid.
(Like) condition in regard to John Denys.
Gilbert Preest citizen and skinner of London to William Taverner citizen and merchant and Sir John Stone clerk, both of London, their heirs and assigns. Charter of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead in the city of London or elsewhere within the realm. Witnesses: Peter Batte, John Stokwelle, John Ruston 'taillour,' John Cobbe, Richard Colyn. Dated 2 May 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 28 July.
Tybota Hendre, otherwise called Sibyl Hendre, late the wife of Richard Baret, to Renfrey Arundell esquire, his heirs and assigns. Gift and quitclaim with warranty of all messuages, lands, rents, services and reversions of tenants in Lanevet, Lamorek, Kyllylan, Lanetherek, Trebelle and Treuynteuyn, and the advowson of Lanevet church. Witnesses: Thomas Arundell, John Arundell Trerys (sic) knights, Thomas Rescarrek, John Corke of Paderda, Richard Kestell clerk. Dated Hendre, Saturday before St. Gregory the pope 14 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment (undated) at Hendre before Nicholas Aston, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Membrane 1d.
Thomas Barnesley dean of the college of Stoke by Clare and the chapter to John Hertyshorne, his heirs and assigns. Gift with warranty of the patronage of the parish church of Barton by Mildenhale, to present to the first vacancy of the rectory. Dated the chapter house, 16 January 1428, 7 Henry VI.
Thomas Barneslay (as above) and the chapter to John Hunt and his assigns, or to whomsoever he shall alien it for that term. Gift with warranty for sixty years of the right of presentation to the vicarage of Thakestede and to the parish church of Toppesfelde in the diocese of London. Dated the chapter house, 12 October 8 Henry V.
Thomas Barneslay (as before) and the chapter to John Hertishorne of Stoke and his assigns etc. Lease with warranty for fifty years of the house by earl Edmund founder of the college new built on the north side of the church, and the new kitchen lying as it were at the end of the house between the said house and the house by Sir John Smyth held of the dean and chapter, with the whole space or land between the church and the dean's grange in breadth, and in length from the wall which extends from the north door of the college church towards the house of John Smyth to the inner ditch (foveam) of the grove or park inclusive, and free ingress and egress by the postern at the end of the said grove or park for himself, his servants and those who come to him, his assigns, their servants etc., and reversion to the then dean and his successors. Dated the chapter house, 12 February 6 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings by the dean and chapter at Stoke 4 August this year before Thomas Fraunceys, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file.
Richard Bocher of Bampton and Christina his wife, sister and heir of Robert Cateryke clerk in Oxfordshire, to John Founteyne and Agnes his wife and to their heirs. Confirmation of their estate in eight messuages, 140 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 3 acres of wood and 10l. 9s. of rent in Guldeforde, Scaldeforde (Schaldeforde), Merwe (Merewe), Stoke, Eshynge, Lyttulton and Haselmere, and in a moiety of the manor of Imbham, and quitclaim of the premises; reciting a fine thereof levied at Westminster in 10 Henry IV between John Cateryke, William Walton, John Wyllershey clerk and Geoffrey Colet plaintiffs and John Clypsham and Alice his wife deforciants, whereby the deforciants acknowledged the right of John Cateryke, by virtue whereof the plaintiffs were seised of the same, and that John Founteyne and Agnes have their estate. Witnesses: John Hode, Thomas Mager, William Gayte, John Mace, John Pece. Dated Wytteney co. Oxford, Thursday after Midsummer 13 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Wytteney on Saturday after St. Peters Chains this year before Thomas Pynchepole, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file.
Robert Cateryke clerk to John Founteyne and Agnes his wife and to their heirs. (Like) confirmation and quitclaim, reciting the said fine, etc. Witnesses (as the last). Dated Wytteney co. Oxford, Monday after Midsummer 11 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment (as the last).
Thomas Spede citizen and fishmonger of London to John Derke citizen and 'joynour' of London, his executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, quick and dead in the city of London and elsewhere within the realm, and all debts to him due.
(Incomplete. No date or acknowledgment.)
Vacated because nothing done thereupon.