Close Rolls, Richard II: November 1378

Pages 170-171

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

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November 1378

Nov. 16.
To Richard Stanhope mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne and escheator therein. Like order in regard to five messuages and a half in Galougate, a messuage in Horsmarketgate, five cottages by the Denebrigge, a tenement in Pilgrymstrete, a tenement in the Brodechere, the moiety of a grange and the third part of a bovary opposite the Maudeleyns, 24s. 8d. of rent issuing from a tenement by the gate of the friars preachers, 20d. of rent issuing from a tenement in the Cornmarketgate, 10s. of rent from a tenement on the south side of St. Nicholas churchyard, 15s. of rent from a tenement in a street called the Syde, 20s. of rent from a tenement in the Souterrawe, 5s. of rent from a tenement in the street extending from the Calcros to All Saints chapel, 6s. 6d. of rent from a tenement towards the castle, and 3s. 4d. of rent from a tenement in Pilegrymstrete by the friars minors in the said town, held of the king in burgage.
Dec. 23.
To John de Derwentwater escheator in Northumberland. Order to take of Isabel who was wife of Walter de Tyndale an oath that she shall not marry without the king's licence, and in presence of John de Neville, to whom the king has committed the wardship of her husband's lands, and of the next friends of her husband's heir, to assign her dower thereof.
Nov. 28.
To John Poucher escheator in Lincolnshire. Order to cause John Magotson of Byker to have seisin of a messuage in Byker held by Alexander Hermode outlawed for felony; as the king has learned by inquisition, taken by the sheriff, that the same was never in his hand for a year and a day, that it is held of the said John immediately and by him of the earl of Richemund, and that William Bay of Byker now tenant thereof has had the year and a day and the waste of the same, and ought to answer to the king for 12d. for the year and a day and 6d. for waste. Proviso that answer be made for what pertains to the king.