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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. 10.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Sussex. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of William Rulee 'draper,' Thomas Bygode 'goldesmyth,' John Kynge 'tymbermongere' and John Synes of the city of London, in favour of Thomas Tylby and Philip atte Naldrette at suit of William bishop of Cicestre for trespass.
Jan. 20.
Westminster.
To John de Armesthorp and John Philipot. Order at days and places by them to be set to make inquisition concerning certain goods and chattels newly taken by Thomas de Percy and other lieges of Calais and Dovorre and brought to la Rye and other towns upon the sea coast in Kent and Sussex, the value and price thereof and other circumstances, and to execute other things needful to their commission; as the king has appointed them to make inquisition as aforesaid, to take those goods into the king's hand in whose hands soever they be found, to keep them in safe custody until the king shall do justice thereupon if assured that they are of any his friends, and if enemies' goods to receive to the king's use the portion to him pertaining, and to divide and deliver the residue to those who ought lawfully to have any of it. The king has commanded the sheriffs of Kent and Sussex at such days, of which notice shall be given them, to cause [jurors] to come etc. By C.
Vacated, because otherwise upon the Patent Roll for this year.
To Edmund earl of Cantebrigge constable of Dovorre castle and warden of the Cinque Ports. Like order to make inquisition within the liberty of the said ports, to take into the king's hand any such goods therein found etc. (as above). By C.
Richard Skargill to John Stacy clerk and William de Bentlay, the heirs and assigns of the said William. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands etc. in towns and places in the parish of Sutton, Chesewyk and Stronde co. Middlesex which he had by feoffment of Richard de Everdon chaplain and John Stevene. Witnesses: John Butterwyk, John Sampforde, John Gregory, John Hoberd, William Hoberd, Henry Mauncell. Dated Sutton, the eve of the Purification 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 2 February.
Jan. 11.
Westminster.
John Cray the king's esquire is sent to the abbot and convent of Notteleye, to have such maintenance as Hugh Joygnour deceased yeoman of the late king's chamber had therein at the said king's command. By p.s. [207.]
Membrane 16d.
Alice Stockele, daughter of William Stockele citizen of Exeter, to brother John Welle S.T.P. papal chaplain and prothonotary in the city of Rome and Sir John Podisdon canon and subdean of the cathedral church of St. Peter Exeter, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands and rents in the city and suburb of Exeter which were of John Sutton citizen of Exeter. Witnesses: John Hadlegh, Adam Louekyn, William Essex, John Clevele, Richard Odiham citizens of London. Dated London, 12 January 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 19 January.
John Lependene of Donemowe to John Bampton and John de Stokton clerk and to their heirs. Quitclaim of all lands by them held in Mergerete Rothing; and quitclaim to the said John Bampton and his heirs of all lands by him held in the hundred of Aungre co. Essex and the city of London. Dated London, Saturday before the Purification 1 Richard II. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 January.
Jan. 30.
Westminster.
John de Dodeford prior of St. Frideswide Oxford, for himself and the convent, to John de Scarle and Robert de Faryngton clerks. Recognisance for 80 marks, to be levied etc. of the prior's lands and chattels and ecclesiastical goods in Oxfordshire.
Hugh Poure of Oxfordshire to Thomas Farndon, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of eight messuages, 160 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 65 acres of pasture and 16 acres of wood in Enefeld co. Middlesex, and of 8 acres of meadow in Chesthunte co. Hertford, all now held by the said Thomas. Witnesses: John Wroth, Thomas Elsingge, Richard Perers, John Bole, Richard Whyte, Richard Bodevylle, Robert Gerveys. Dated Enefeld, Thursday after St. Edmund the Archbishop 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 January.
John Pope 'wexchaundeller' citizen of London and Mary his wife to William Combe the younger, son of William Combe of Pusye, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the purparty of all lands etc. in Chelrey co. Berkes which the said William has by their feoffment. Witnesses: William Lambourne, John Touelde, John Jordan, James Snow, Martin Seman. Dated London, 4 February 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 4 February.
William Combe the younger, son of William Combe of Pusye, to John Pope 'wexchandeller' citizen of London and Mary his wife, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the purparty of all lands etc. in Colrugge, Bustilden and the parish of Asshamstede co. Berkes which they have by his feoffment, and of the purparty of 22s. 6d. of rent issuing from a park called la Beche. Witnesses and date (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 4 February.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 100l. made 1 February by Robert Wode, Thomas Asteley, Edmund atte Brugge and Robert Dyngeley for William Durnassall, that he shall not do or procure hurt or harm to Rose Mountford.
Richard Neweson chaplain and John Auncell of Poynton the younger to Sir Thomas Colpepir knight and Eleanor his wife and to the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of Nicholas Grene of Exton. Charter with warranty of all lands etc. in Isham, Orlyngbergh, Burton, Barton Pynkeney, Grafton, Newenton, Lyllebourne, Yelvertoft, Haselbeche, Waldegrave, Nortoft and Pyghttesle and in other towns in Norhamptonshire which the grantors had by feoffment of the said Nicholas, and of the reversions of all tenements held for life or years in those towns which they so had. Dated 28 January 1 Richard II. Witnesses: Thomas de Preston John Wythenall knights, John Karnel, Thomas Edeshale, John Mulso, William Thernyng.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 12 February.
Margery Fraunkeleyn, daughter and heir of Joan Jarpenville daughter of Sir David Jarpenville knight the younger, to Sir John de Aylesbury knight, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Abyngeworth co. Surrey by her claimed against him in the late king's court by writ de avo as of the seisin of the said David. Witnesses: John de Kyngesfold, John fitz Richard of Olneye, John Olneye of Weston, Nicholas Westerdale, John Cave. Dated at the said John's lodging in Whitecrouchestret without Crepulgate London, Saturday before St. Valentine 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 14 February.
Membrane 15d.
Thomas de Malo Lacu, son of Peter de Malo Lacu the fifth, to Peter son of Peter de Malo Lacu the sixth and to Margery his wife and the heirs of their bodies. Quitclaim with warranty of the manors of Hexthorp, Balby, Sandall, Bramham and Lokyngton and of 20l. of land and rent in Bridsale, saving the estate of him the said Thomas therein jointly with Henry de Percy, Roger de Clifford, Richard de Ravenser archdeacon of Lincoln, John de Hothom knight, William de Ake parson of Lokyngton and Hugh de Bulmer during the life of Margaret who was wife of the said Peter the fifth; as the said Henry de Percy and the others and he the said Thomas made a grant of the premises to Henry de Barton canon of St. Mary Lincoln, John de Botheby parson of Baynton, Simon de Heselarton knight (now deceased) John de Ravenser clerk and Thomas de Beverlay and to their heirs so that they should have peaceable seisin thereof and give the same to the grantors during the said Margaret's life, with remainder to the said Peter son of Peter the sixth and Margery daughter of Thomas de Sutton knight and to the heirs of their bodies, remainder to the said Peter the sixth and to his heirs, which with the king's licence the said canon and the others did by indenture tripartite. Witnesses: John le Conestable of Halsam, John de Hothom, Robert de Hildon knights, Thomas de Beverlay, Roger de Scoreburgh. Dated Beverley, 4 January 1 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 February.