Close Rolls, Henry VI: 1452-1453

Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 5, 1447-1454. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1947.

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'Close Rolls, Henry VI: 1452-1453', in Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 5, 1447-1454, (London, 1947) pp. 420-426. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-close-rolls/hen6/vol5/pp420-426 [accessed 12 April 2024]

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1452-1453

Membrane 20d.
Richard Heron otherwise Iren citizen and 'hatter' of London to Reynold bishop of Cicestre. Bond in 80 marks payable at Midsummer day 1456. Dated 1 October 31 Henry VI.
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as above) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1457. Dated (as the last).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1458. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1459. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1460. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1461. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1462. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1463. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1464. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1465. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1466. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. (Like) bond payable at Midsummer day 1467. Dated (as before).
Richard Heron otherwise Iren (as before) to (the said) bishop. Bond in 40 marks payable on the feast of the Purification 1468. Dated (as before).
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings in chancery at Westminster, 11 October.
Agnes who was wife of William Brugges otherwise 'Garter' king of arms to Thomas Ive of London 'gentilman,' John Faukes clerk, Richard George of London esquire, William Brynkenell 'cotiller' and John Barkeby 'baker,' both of London. Indenture of defeasance of a bond of this date in 200 marks payable in the hospital church of St. Bartholomew in 'Westsmythfeld' London on the feast of St. Philip and St. James next, upon condition that they pay there to her or her executors or to their attorney 25 marks that day, 25 marks on the same feast next following, and so year by year until all be paid, that they shall not sue any writ nor do aught else to delay payment thereof, and that they shall not allege any payment made or bearing date elsewhere than the said church; and proviso that she, her executors or assigns, shall make and deliver an acquittance there dated at every payment. Dated 12 October 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.
Agnes who was wife of William Brugges (as above) and Thomas Haddon 'gentilman' to Thomas Ive, John Faukes, Richard George, William Brynkenell and John Barkeby (as above). Indenture of defeasance of a bond of this date in 106l. 13s. 4d. payable on the feast of St. Philip and St. James 1454 in the (same) church, upon condition that they shall there pay 16l. 13s. 4d. on that date, 16l. 13s. 4d. on the same feast next following, and so year by year until all be paid, and other conditions and proviso (as in the last). Dated (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 November.
1453.
Margaret Blithe of London widow to William Tyllyng tailor, John Benteley 'carpenter' and Walter Clyff 'joynour' citizens of London, their executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all her goods and chattels in the city and suburbs of London and elsewhere within the realm, and all debts to her due; and she has put them in possession thereof by six silver spoons, price or value 10s. Witnesses: John Tredegold, William atte Wode, John Miles. Dated 18 January 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 18 January.
March 20.
Reading.
Walter Devereux knight and William Wylflete clerk to John bishop of St. Davids. Recognisance for 50 marks payable on the feast of St. Peters Chains next, to be levied etc. of their lands and chattels and of the said William's church goods in Herefordshire and Cambridgeshire.
Membrane 19d.
David Brounfeld and Margaret his wife of Leycestre to William Saunsom chaplain, Thomas Sparrowe, William Ydden the elder and Robert Marchall of the same, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of a tenement in 'Belgravgate' in the eastern suburb of Leycestre, between tenements of William Grantham and Robert Gomonley on the east and a tenement late of Joan Monsorell and now of the said David on the west and extending from the high way to 'Plowmanlane,' a tenement there to the same annexed, between the grantor's own tenement on the east and a tenement of Robert Skarresdale on the west and extending (as before), eight pieces of land lying dispersedly in the said suburb, one called 'Lachepolecroftes' containing 900 feet between the public balk leading to the church of St. Margaret and land of the master of the hospital of St. John Leycestre, another containing 900 feet in 'Belgravgate' against the chapel of St. John Baptist between land called 'Peturbed' and land of Thomas Ile and extending from the high way to 'Barkebylane,' another between land late of William Bee and land late of Robert Malyn and extending from 'Barkebylane' to the public path, another between a toft late of William Adeler and a toft late of Hugh Bollesdon and now of the said David and extending from the high way to 'Barkebylane,' another between land of the church of the New College Leycestre and land late of sir Richard Kyrkedon and extending from 'Barkebylane' to the public ditch, another in a place called 'Longecroftus' between land of the said college and land late of William Tose and extending in length from 'Barkebylane' to land of the bishop of Lincoln, another at the end of 'Belgravegate' opposite the chapel of St. John Baptist, between land late of Robert Bateman and land late of Robert Keysteven and extending from the high way to 'Barkebylane.' Witnesses: William Braunston mayor of Leycestre, William Clerke deputy of Richard Hotofte esquire bailiff thereof, John Benet, Nicholas Fysher, John Vause, John Saunsom, William Umburvyle of Leycestre. Dated Leycestre, 18 April 28 Henry VI.
David Brounfeld of Leycestre 'candulmakker' to William Saunsom chaplain, Thomas Sparow 'baxter,' William Edden 'perddener' and Robert Marchall 'corvyser' of Leycestre, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of all his lands, rents, reversions etc. in the town and fields of Leycestre and elsewhere within the realm and without. Witnesses: William Braunston mayor of Leycestre, William Clerk deputy of Richard Hotofte bailiff thereof, John Saunsom, John Ynge, William Umburvyle, John Marnham, Robert Kybworth of Leycestre. Dated Leycestre, 19 April 28 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charters at Leycestre on Monday after the Epiphany this year before John abbot of St. Mary de Pratis Leycestre, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
John Broun, younger brother of Thomas Broun son and heir of Robert Broun and of Agnes his wife, to John Noreys esquire, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Fogelescote otherwise Foulescote co. Berkshire, and of all lands, rents, reversions and services etc. in their possession which, by charter dated Fogelescote 4 April 30 Henry VI, the said Thomas gave to Robert Harecourte, John Chalers knights, John Norys, Thomas Dalamare, John Purye esquires, Edmund Brudenell, Roger Merlawe and William Chilton rector of Yatenden and to the heirs and assigns of John Norys. Dated 17 February 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 19 February.
William Bukby citizen and brewer of London to John Botiller citizen and fishmonger of London and Richard Bukby son of the grantor, their executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all his goods and chattels, and all debts to him due. Dated 16 November 30 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 20 February this year.
Ellen Turvill of Essex in her widowhood to William Taverner (Tavener) of London her cousin, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the manor called 'Neulandhall' in the hamlets of Rokeswell and Lutwode by Wrytele co. Essex, and all lands, woods, rents, services, possessions, liberties, profits etc. thereto pertaining, which came to her and the said William as cousins and heirs of Mauger de la Neuland, namely to William as son of Margery one of the daughters of John his son, and to the said Ellen as the other daughter of the said John. Dated Wrytele, 12 February 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment at Little Eston 18 February before the abbot of Tyltey co. Essex, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year.
Richard Raw citizen and vintner of London to Humphrey Stafford esquire, William Godyng 'gentilman,' Richard Philip 'grocer' and William Stafford vintner citizens of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods, property, merchandise, wares, debts and chattels within the realm and elsewhere. Dated 12 February 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in chancery at Westminster, 24 February.
March 20.
Reading.
Walter Devereux knight and William Wylflete clerk to John bishop of St. Davids. Recognisance for 200 marks payable on the feast of St. Martin in winter next, to be levied etc. of their lands and chattels and of the said William's church goods in Herefordshire and Cambridgeshire.
1452.
Membrane 18d.
Thomas Ive of London 'gentilman,' John Faukes clerk, Richard George of London esquire, William Brynkenell 'cotiller' and John Barkeby 'baker' both of London, to Agnes who was wife of William Brugges otherwise 'Garter' king of arms. Bond in 200 marks payable in the hospital church of St. Bartholomew 'Westsmythfeld' London on the feast of St. Philip and St. James next. Dated 12 October 31 Henry VI.
Thomas Ive, John Faukes, Richard George, William Brynkenell and John Barkeby (all as above) to (the said) Agnes and Thomas Haddon 'gentilman.' Bond in 106l. 13s. 4d. payable in the (same) church on the feast of St. Philip and St. James 1454. Dated 18 October 1452, 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings, by Thomas Ive and John Faukes 18 November, by Richard, William Brynkenell and John [Barkeby] 19 November.
1453.
Peter Paule, Thomas Hanchettes and Peter Aumener to Thomas Kirkeby clerk of the rolls, master Richard Caudray, William Hill clerks, William Haselden, George Langham esquires, William Heron, John Ayleef vicar of Hichyn, Thomas Beaufo and Thomas Preston, their heirs and assigns. Charter of demise and feoffment with warranty of the manor of Kyngeswodbery in Clothale co. Hertford with lands, rents and services, hays and ditches in Walyngton and Ressheden and common of pasture in Ressheden, all their messuages, tofts, cottages, lands, rents and services in Baldok, Clothale, Willien, Weston, Bygrave and Luffenhale with common of pasture in Clothale and Willien, sometime of John Venour esquire and Joan his wife, and all their lands, rents and services with hedges, hays, ditches, woods etc. in Clothale called 'Mundens' late of Robert Chylde and Thomas Chylde; also the manor in Weston called 'Argenteins maner' and all lands, rents and services, woods, hedges, hays, ditches etc. thereto belonging late of William Alyngton and Elizabeth his wife, all their lands, rents and services there called 'Gauges,' with common of pasture there to the same pertaining, late of Walter Polyt sometime parson of Clothale and John Polyt of Weston, all their lands, rents and services in Weston called 'Darnewelles' with woods, closes, hedges, hays, ditches etc. late of Richard atte Mylle, Katherine his wife, Henry Osberne, Ellen his wife and John Penne citizen and mercer of London, and all messuages, tofts, cottages, lands, woods, closes, rents and services in Baldok, Clothale, Bygrave, Willien and Weston by them lately acquired of divers persons. Witnesses: Philip Thornbury knight, John Paule, Richard Paule, Thomas Sandon, John Edom, Richard Wodeward, John Hervy, John Warner, Thomas Warner, Walter Fage, John Underwode, Thomas Chapman, John Warant. Dated Baldok, 15 May 30 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said Peter (sic) and Thomas Hanchettes, 6 February this year.
Thomas Congreve of Berkyng co. Essex 'gentilman' to Ralph Boteler knight lord Sydeley, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim of all the lands, woods etc. in Rykmersworth co. Hertford late of John atte More of Rykmersworth. Witnesses: Richard Haye, Roger Wytton esquires, Thomas Boterfeld, John Wynkebourne, William Revell. Dated 30 December 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 6 February.
John Boyles citizen and 'grocer' of London to Richard Bekyngham clerk, William Sypnam and William Cardemaker citizens and grocers of London, their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels on either side the sea. Dated 9 February 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 11 February.
John Cobbe citizen and 'taloughchaundeller' of London to John Stiward citizen and 'taloughchaundeller' of London and Walter Ramsey of Depford Stronde co. Kent 'baker,' their executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and chattels in the city and suburbs of London and elsewhere within the realm. Dated 1 February 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 14 February.
John Coke otherwise Reygate citizen and 'stokfisshmonger' of London to William Beaufitz, John Beford and John Brampton citizens and fishmongers of London, their executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all his goods and chattels in London and elsewhere within the realm, and all debts to him due; and he has put them in possession thereof. Dated London, 15 February 1452, 31 Henry VI.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in February by John Cooke.