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Close Rolls, Richard II: March 1379

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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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March 1379

March 24.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Oxford. Order for particular causes laid before the council to stay a distress made upon the men or tenants of the manor of Hedyndon or the members thereof for 81l. for the farm of the manor held by John de Aunesle knight and others at fee farm, releasing any distress by him or the late sheriff made.
To the sheriffs of London. Although lately at the petition of Roger Magot of London . . . . Incomplete.
Memorandum that the bull of Pope Urban VI granting to the king the nomination of certain his clerks to certain benefices is enrolled word for word on the face of this roll.
Membrane 12d.
Sir Michael de la Pole knight the elder to Dame Alice who was wife of Sir John de Nevylle of Essex knight. Charter indented with warranty for her life of the manor of Little Burlee co. Norhampton. Witnesses: William de Thorp, Thomas de Spencer, Thomas de Burton knights, John Broun, John Longe of Staunford. Dated Burlee, Sunday before St. Gregory the Pope 2 Richard II.
Sir Michael de la Pole knight the elder to Dame Alice (as the last). Charter indented with warranty for her life of his manor of Harpeswelle and all lands etc. in the town of Staunforde co. Lincoln, except the advowson of Harpiswelle church and lands in Staunforde held by John Longe. Witnesses: Ralph de Paynell knight, William de Spaygne, John Boys, John de Fereby, John del Panetrie. Dated Staunforde (as the last).
Michael de la Pole knight the elder to Edmund de Wyghtham. Letter of attorney, appointing him to deliver to Dame Alice (as above) seisin of the manor of Herpiswelle and lands in Staunforde with the exceptions (above mentioned). Dated Burlee by Staunforde, Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope 2 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charters and writing, 22 March.
Dame Alice (as above) of the one part, Sir Michael de la Pole the elder and Sir Edmund de la Pole knights of the other part. Lease for forty years from the Close of Easter next of the manor of Langham co. Essex the advowson excepted, the manor of Little Burlee co. Northampton, the manor of Harpiswelle co. Lincoln and all lands in Staunford and elsewhere in Northamptonshire and Lincolnshire which she had by feoffment of Sir Michael, rendering to her 100 marks a year in Bylegh abbey co. Essex, and paying all services, charges etc., power being reserved to enter again etc. if the rent be six weeks in arrear; covenants that she shall cut no timber in Langham park unless needed for the enclosure thereof, and that the rent shall cease at her death. Dated London, 21 March 2 Richard II. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties, 22 March.
Alice who was wife of Sir John de Nevylle knight of Essex to Michael de la Pole knight the elder. Grant and sale of all wood growing in Langham park with the hays thereof, and free ingress and egress to fall and carry the same. Dated London, the last day of February 2 Richard [II]. French.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 22 March.
March 25.
Westminster.
Thomas de la Mare knight of Berkshire to Warin de Insula of Tyeys. Recognisance for 80 marks, to be levied etc. in Berkshire.
Michael de la Pole knight to Master Ralph de Ergom bishop of Salisbury, Sir Richard Lescrope the chancellor knight, Sir Robert Raulyn parson of Norton under Hamedoun and Sir Philip de Catesby parson of Grafton, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of the reversions of the manor of Westwode in the isle of Axey co. Lincoln, of all his rents, lands etc. in Kyngeston upon Hull, and of the manor of Rymmeswelle with appurtenances in Beghom and Esthalsham co. York, held for life by Dame Katherine de la Pole his mother; also the reversions of the manor of Herpiswelle and lands in Staunford co. Lincoln, of the manor of Little Burlee co. Northampton, and of the manors and advowsons of Langham and Peldon co. Essex held for life by Dame Alice who was wife of Sir John de Nevylle of Essex knight. Dated London, 24 March 2 Richard II.
Michael de la Pole knight the elder to Master Ralph etc. (as the last), their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of the manors of Bliburgh and Frisby with the advowsons of Frisby and Harpiswelle co. Lincoln, his lands in Barton and Barowe upon Humbre, in Kirtelyngton, Solbergh and Colthorp co. York, the advowson of Kirtelyngton, and the reversion of lands in Chikewelle co. Essex held for life by John Gamson. Dated London, 25 March 2 Richard II.
Michael de la Pole the elder kinght to John de la Pole his son. Charter indented with warranty for life of the manor and advowson of Norton under Hamedoun co. Somerset, rendering yearly 40l. Dated (as the last).
Michael de la Pole the elder knight to Robert de Bolton his clerk. Letter of attorney, appointing him to deliver to John de la Pole his son seisin of the manor and advowson of Norton under Hamedoun. Dated London, 26 March 2 Richard II.
Michael de la Pole the elder to John de Feriby and Robert de Bolton his clerk. Letter of attorney to deliver to Master Ralph de Ergum bishop of Salisbury and (others, as above) seisin of the manors of Bliburgh and Frisby, the advowsons of Frisby and Harpiswelle, lands in Barton and Barowe upon Humbre, Kirtelyngton, Solbergh and Colthorp, and of the advowson of Kirtelyngton. Dated (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charters and writings, 27 March.
John Seintmanifuy to John Colyngbourne clerk and Henry Pires of Tidolveshyde, their heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of all lands etc. in Turneston and Cheyneston co. Hereford which descended to him by inheritance after the death of Walter Dansey his cousin, and the reversion of all lands there held in dower by Maud who was wife of the said Walter. Witnesses: John Bromwich and John Eynesford knights, William David clerk, John Bodenham, Richard Skydemor. Dated 27 March 2 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 30 March.
Membrane 11d.
Feb. 28.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Middlesex. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of William Squier of Langele of Bukinghamshire, Richard atte Soler of Herdyngton of Middlesex, John Hankyn of Hermersworth, William Boyland of Hermersworth, Thomas Pulflex and John Pellyng of Middlesex, in favour of Roger Cooke at suit of Bernard Reyner averring threats.
March 6.
Westminster.
Stephen bishop of Meath and Bernard bishop of Ross to William de Bello Campo knight and Robert de Muskham clerk. Recognisance for 10l., to be levied etc. of their lands and chattels and ecclesiastical goods in Ireland.
Memorandum of defeasance, upon condition of paying half that sum at Michaelmas next.
Cancelled on payment, acknowledged by the said Robert.
Thomas Farndon of London to John Clyvelee citizen and vintner of London, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim of all lands in Enefelde and Chesthunte cos. Middlesex and Hertford which the said John holds by grant of Roger Lachebroke during the said Roger's life. Dated London, 7 March 2 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 8 March.
March 6.
Westminster.
To the sheriff of Cantebrigge. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of William Bateman, Ralph Bateman, John Bateman and Robert Wrottyng of Cambridgeshire, in favour of William Flechere of Brynkele at suit of John Golofre of Brynkele for trespass.
March 7.
[Westminster.]
Like writ to the sheriffs of London, by mainprise of Edmund Hyndon of Hertfordshire, Philip Mosselle of Wiltesir, Thomas Joel of the county of Suthampton and William Mothewold of Norffolk, in favour of Thomas Maldon 'goldebeter' at suit of Hugh Cheyver for render of 34l. 9s.
March 10.
[Westminster.]
Like writ to the sheriff of Berkshire, by mainprise of John Pope of London 'chaundeler,' John Neweman of Hendrithe, Thomas More, William Kent and Richard Romeseye of Berkshire, in favour of William Webbe of Cherneye at suit of Stephen Welde for trespass.
Feb. 28.
[Westminster.]
Like writ to the sheriff of Suthampton, by mainprise of Ralph Bokkyng of Suffolk, John Magges and Roger Elyngham of 'the same county,' in favour of John Coliere at suit of Agnes 'the Lordes' for trespass.
Like writ to the sheriff of Kent, by mainprise of William Uncle of Kent, William Arderne of Kent, Robert Lynde of Sussex and Walter Clapham of Yorkshire, in favour of John Jery at suit of the abbot of St. Augustine Canterbury for trespass.
Feb. 26.
[Westminster.]
Like writ to the same sheriff, by mainprise of John Knyght, Robert Warner, Richard Parker and Thomas Shrouesbury of Middlesex, in favour of John Quenyld at suit of Ralph Basset of Drayton knight for an account.
March 8.
[Westminster.]
Like writ to the sheriff of Suthampton, by mainprise of Thomas Illeston and William Purchas, in favour of Richard parson of Lasham at suit of John Maltiby clerk for trespass.