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Close Rolls, Richard II: January 1382

Pages 100-102

Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 2, 1381-1385. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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January 1382

Jan. 13.
Westminster.
To Robert Bracy warden of the marshalsea. Order by mainprise of William Goryng, Richard Style, Walter Watford, Thomas Style, John Cavendissh and Henry Chaumbrigg of London to set free Walter Elys of Dovorre imprisoned in the marshalsea prison by reason of a cause against him in chancery for maintenance, counsel and aid to John Croucheman chaplain who, contrary to the statutes etc., obtained of cardinal Pilius last in England a provision of Buklond church long ago appropriated to the prior and convent of the new work of St. Martin Dovorre, founded by former kings, and for mainperning that the said John should not depart or send over sea to prosecute or attempt aught concerning the business, after which mainprise he did so depart in contempt of the king; whereupon the prisoner averred that he was ready forthwith to answer by word of mouth without counsel, and by his answer acknowledged that he sued with the cardinal by intermediaries, that the provision was obtained at his suit, and that before the late chancellor he averred that the said John should not pass to foreign parts as aforesaid.
Memorandum of a mainprise under a pain of 100 marks, made 14 January 5 Richard II in the chancery at Westminster by Nicholas Prage, John Kenebelle, Richard Plaistowe and Richard Rede for Richard Hyde vicar of New Wyndesore, who undertook under the same pain not to depart to the court of Rome or send any thither while a certain debate and strife should be pending before the chancellor between the dean and college of the king's free chapel of Wyndesore and the vicar, and to prosecute or attempt nought which may tend to impair the privileges or statutes of the chapel.
Jan. 8.
Westminster.
Robert Kyngeman yeoman of the king's pantry is sent to the abbot and convent of St. Augustine Bristol, to have (fn. 1) such maintenance of that house as Robert Barbour deceased had at the late king's command. By p.s. [2014.]
Jan. 21.
Westminster.
William de Coggeshale knight to Thomas de Coggeshale son of John de Coggeshale. Recognisance for 200 marks, to be levied etc. in Essex.
Cancelled on payment.
Joan Buddynho of Wyliton to Thomas Adynggrave of the same, his heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of all the said Joan's lands, rents etc. in Wyliton, Coupol, Kerdyngton, Beston, Escotes and Ronhale co. Bedfford, and the reversion of those in Coupol held for life by Roger Milleward. Witnesses: John Freynsch, William Freynsch, John Buddenho, William Tele, William Bernard. Dated Holm, Friday after St. Scolastica 25 Edward III.
Joan Budenho of Wylyton to Thomas Adyngrave, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands, rents etc. in Wylyton, Beeston, Coupol, Kerdyngton and Cotes by him held of her gift. Witnesses: John Gludel, John Malyns, William Freynsch, Simon Wydewesson, John Hattele. Dated Southyevele, 4 May 36 Edward III.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charter and writing at Wardon on Wednesday after St. Hilary this year before the abbot of Wardon, by virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the file for this year.
Robert Marny knight to Katherine who was wife of William de la Pole knight and Sir Edmund de la Pole son of the said William. General release of all personal actions for covenant, debt, account, trespass etc. Dated London, 23 November 5 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment in the chancery at Westminster, 29 January.
Robert de Braybrok bishop of London, Reynold de Braybrok his brother, William de Burstall, Michael de Ravendale, Henry Medd burne, Robert de Corby and John de Lincoln clerks to the prior and convent of Bisshemade and their successors. Charter of the manor of Cadbury co. Bedford, which the grantors had by feoffment of William le Latymer lord of Danby knight. Dated London, 24 January 5 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment by the grantors, the said Reynold and Robert de Corby excepted, 29 January.
Thomas Cooke clerk to William de Wykeham bishop of Winchester, Master John de Bukyngham clerk, John de Campeden clerk, Robert Perlee clerk, William de Worfton, and William Ryngebourne, their heirs and assigns. Quitclaim of the manor and advowson of Heyford Waryn, the reversion whereof after the death of Alice who was wife of Thomas de Sancto Mauro knight by fine levied in the king's court Robert de Insula of Rougemont knight granted to the said bishop and the others with the said Thomas and with Michael Skyllyng now deceased, and to their heirs. Dated 28 January 5 Richard II.
Thomas Cooke clerk to William de Wykeham bishop of Winchester, Master John de Bukyngham clerk, John de Campeden clerk, Robert Perlee clerk, William de Walleworth citizen of London, William de Worfton, William Ryngebourne and Robert de Cherlton and to their heirs. Quitclaim of the manor of Menestoke, which by fine levied in the king's court William de Wyndesore knight and Alice his wife granted to the said bishop and the others with the said Thomas and with Michael Skyllyng now deceased, and to the heirs of the said Thomas. Dated (as the last).
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing writings, 30 January.

Footnotes

  • 1. The warrant adds, for life.