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Close Rolls, Richard II: January 1378

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 1, 1377-1381. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1914.

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January 1378

Jan. 22.
Westminster.
Henry Cachepole of Hereford and William Longenorle of Shrouesbury to the king. Recognisance for 140l., to be levied etc. in Herefordshire.
Defeasance thereof, upon condition that they cause a balynger to be made before 1 March.
Cancelled, as appears by a memorandum enrolled below.
Jan. 25.
Westminster.
William Wilde clerk to Joan who was wife of John Malwayn and to John Malewayn chaplain. Recognisance for 100l., to be levied etc. in Wiltesir.
Jan. 25.
Westminster.
Geoffrey Belle of Bargham of Kent to John prior of the house of the mother of God of the Carthusian order London. Recognisance for 40l., to be levied etc. in Kent.
Jan. 19.
Westminster.
Henry Cuffle yeoman of the king's ewery is sent to the abbot and convent of Battle, to have such maintenance as Gerard Wayte deceased had therein at the late king's command. By p.s. [215.]
Walter Potyn and Henry Potyn clerks to William Walworth, Simon Moredon, Gilbert de Meldebourne and William Rykylle, their heirs and assigns. Charter of the quay called 'Wulwharf' with houses, cellars, solars etc. in the parish of Allhallows Berkyngchurche London lately purchased of Richard Turk citizen and fishmonger, lying between a quay late of Thomas de Salesbury called the 'Stonewharf' towards the east and a wall by the 'Watergate' towards the west and extending from the high street on the north side to the river Thames. Witnesses: Nicholas Brembre mayor of London, Nicholas Twyford and Andrew Pykeman sheriffs. Dated Thursday after St. Hilary 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the said Henry, 27 January.
John Rokwode, Thomas Rokwode, William Wodham, William Asshby clerk, Thomas Lude, Robert Rysby, Andrew Vyne and John Forster to John Vyne citizen and draper of London and Joyce his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of Thomas Cornerth knight of Suffolk. Gift of the reversion of the manors called Cornerthalle in Bures co. Suffolk and Nortonhalle in Fynchyngfeld co. Essex, now held for life by the said Thomas Cornerth by demise of the grantors. Dated Monday the Conversion of St. Paul 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by John Rokewode, Robert Rysby, Andrew Vyne and John Forster, 1 February.
Indenture of attornment by Thomas de Cornerth knight to John Vyne citizen and draper of London and Joyce his wife by payment of 1d., reciting a demise to the said Thomas for life of the manors of Cornerthalle and Nortonhalle (as above) with licence to make waste therein, made by John Rokwode, Thomas Rokwode, William Wodham, William Asshby clerk, Thomas Lude, Robert Risby, Andrew Vyne and John Forster, and the foregoing grant of the reversion of those manors to the said John Vyne and Joyce. Dated London, Tuesday the feast of the Purification 1 Richard 11.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by Thomas Cornerth and Andrew Vyne, 3 February.
Memorandum that Henry Cachepol of Hereford and William Longenorle of Shrouesbury have paid to William de Walworth one of the treasurers appointed for the war 70l. for building of a balinger for the war, as he has acknowledged in person in the chancery at Westminster 1 April this year, wherefore a recognisance for 140l. by them made on 22 January last and enrolled above is cancelled.