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1303-4, membranes 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

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Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1301-1307. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.

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MEMBRANE 15.

1304. June 16. Stirling.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Mithingesby to the abbot and convent of Peterborough of a messuage, a toft, 74 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow in Peterborough, Walton, Dodesthorp, Newerk, Carton, Thorp and Eye. By p.s.

June 9. Stirling.

Licence for James de la Plaunche to crenellate his dwelling-place of Haveresham, co. Buckingham. By p.s.

June 24. Stirling.

Pardon to Robert le Waleys for the death of Hugh Feyth, as it appears by the record of Roger de Suthcote and Andrew de Trelosk, justices appointed to deliver Exeter gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 20. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, and in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by the prior of Boulton in Cravene, for the prior and convent of Marton to assign in frank almoin to the prior and convent of Boulton in Cravene a rood of land in Appeltrewyk held by the former in frank almoin, in exchange for another rood of land there; also for Adam de Wodehuses and William de Wodehuses to assign in frank almoin to the prior and convent of Boulton in Cravene a moiety of a rood of land there, which is held in chief as of the manor of Skypton in Cravene by as much knight service as pertains to a moiety of a rood when 14 carucates of land make a knight's fee.

June 24. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, king's clerk, canon of St. Paul's, London, going to the court of Rome on the king's special affairs. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year for him.

Letters for him, nominating Berard de Aquila and Richard Turbet his attorneys for one year.

June 12. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Robert, abbot of Bardeneye, to Master Robert de Ros, official of R. archbishop of Canterbury, for holding and suing a plea in the Court Christian touching lay fees, lately in the king's hands, of the abbey of Bardeneye at the suit of the abbot. By p.s.

June 12. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, until two years after Michaelmas, for the said abbot, going to the court of Rome, and his household, their horses and baggage. By K.

June 14. Stirling.

Grant to John de Segrave and Christiana his wife—to whom the abbot of Hayles, William de Bereford and Walter de Aylesbury, executors of the will of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, in pursuance of an assignment to them, for the payment of the king's debt to the earl, sold for 800l. the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Hugh de Plessetis, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs, as appears by letters exhibited in the Chancery—that if anything happen to them before the said heirs come of age, their executors shall have the said custody, with knights' fees, and advowsons of churches, together with the marriage of the heirs, until such time ; saving to Margaret, late the wife of the said Hugh, her reasonable dower of such fees and advowsons, and grant also of the reversion of the latter lands. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Pardon to the said John de Segrave of 400l. out of the said 800l., as the treasurer informs the king that by account made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer the earl has been fully paid out of other custodies and marriages, whereby the above custody and marriage remains wholly at the disposal of the king. On the same information.

And afterwards, in the month of March, in the 33rd year, the said John paid the remaining 400l. into the treasury and had tallies thereof, and John de Drokenesford, keeper of the wardrobe there, was charged with the said sum.

July 6. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, until September 8, at the request of Alexander de Abernythy, for William de Abernithy, clerk, and all those of his household whom he brings with him to the king's peace, their horses, harness and other things. By p.s.

June 25. Stirling.

Simple protection, for three years, for Peter de Sabaudia, the king's kinsman, dean of Salisbury, staying beyond seas. By p.s.

The like for Thomas de Sabaudia, the king's kinsman, archdeacon of Wilts. By p.s.

July 1. Stirling.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for Master Thomas de Cobeham, going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs. By K.

July 7. Stirling.

Henry de Burstal, canon of the church of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, bringing news of the cession of John, his prior, has letters of licence to elect.

June 26. Stirling.

Letters for Theobald de Verdun, the elder, staying in England, nominating John de Hynkeleye, clerk, and John Gerbert of Peoune his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 5. Stirling.

The like for Almaric de Credonio, staying beyond seas, nominating John de Bosco until Christmas.

June 20. Stirling.

Acknowledgment of the receipt, by the hands of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, from the abbot and convent of Burton-on-Trent, sub-collectors of the tenth on the clergy in England imposed by Boniface VIII. for three years, deputed in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield by the bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors thereof, of 60l. of the king's portion of the first term of the third year: and promise to save the said sub-collectors and the principal collectors harmless in respect thereof. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

The like of the following sums for the first term unless otherwise specified from the following sub-collectors :—

June 30. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Westminster, sub-collectors in the archdeaconries of London and Middlesex, 100 marks. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

The same, 200 marks. By like letter.

July 6. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Seleby, in the diocese of York, 100 marks for the second term. By letter of P. de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

July 8. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, in the diocese of York, 100l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of Newminster, in the diocese of Durham, 100 marks. By like letter.

July 10. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Burton-on-Trent, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, 40l. By like letter.

July 18. Stirling.

The prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln, in the diocese of Lincoln, 214l. By like letter.

July 28. Stirling.

The prior and convent of St. Nicholas', Exeter, in the diocese of Exeter, 100l. By like letter -

The abbot and convent of Cokersond, in the archdeaconry of Richmond, 100l. By like letter.

Aug. 5. Perth.

The abbot and convent of Langelee, in the diocese of Norwich, 195l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, in the diocese of Norwich. 200l. By like letter.

July 30. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Burton-on-Trent, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, 40l. By like letter.

Aug. 24. Jedburgh.

The chapter of Chichester, in the diocese of Chichester, 130l. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

Sept. 2. Horton.

The abbot and convent of Radyng, in the diocese of Salisbury, 200 marks. By like letter.

The prior and convent of Ely, in the diocese of Ely, 100l. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

Sept. 10. Tynemouth.

The abbot and convent of Radingg, in the diocese of Salisbury, 50 marks. By letter of the said John. The same, 100 marks for the second term. By letter of the said John.

Sept. 20. Tynemouth.

The abbot and convent of Hide, Winchester, in the diocese of Winchester, 100l. By letter of J. de Drok[enesford].

Oct. 2. Northallerton.

The abbot and convent of Cokersand, in the diocese of York, 100l. By letter of the said Philip. By like letter.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

The abbot and convent of Oseneye, in the diocese of Lincoln, 200l. By letter of J. de Drok[enesford].

The same, 40 marks. By letter of the said J.

Oct. 17. Bainton.

The prior and convent of St. Gregory's, in the same diocese, 100l. By like letter.

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

The prior and convent of Lanthony Prima in Wales, in the diocese of St. Davids, 10l. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby.

Nov. 16. Burstwick.

The prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln, in the diocese of Lincoln, 300l. By like letter.

MEMBRANE 14.

June 24. Stirling.

Licence for John Abel, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for Osbert Giffard to grant in tail to the said John and Margery his wife the manor of Dadyngton, held in chief, with remainder to the right heirs of John.

June 23. Stirling.

Grant, in consideration of the service of Adam Poveray, the younger, to Adam Poveray, of Winchester, the elder, his father, of the smaller piece of the merchant's seal for recognisances of debts in the city of Winchester. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

June 28. Stirling.

Confirmation of a grant, which the king has inspected, by Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to John Abel, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs of the lands held by William de Tyllebury, tenant in chief, with the marriages of the heirs, made by her in pursuance of a grant to her of custodies and marriages to the sum of 4,000l. by livery of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, and the escheators this side and beyond Trent, which custody and marriage were delivered to her by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent.

June 28. Stirling.

The like of a sale by the said Margaret to Nicholas de Ertecumbe for 50l. of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Henry de Helyon, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir, which custody and marriage were delivered to her as above.

The like of a sale by her to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, for 360l. of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Thomas de Wodehull, tenant in chief, with the marriages of the heirs, which custody and marriage were delivered to her as above.

The like of a sale by her to Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of John de Wauton, tenant in chief, with the marriages of the heirs.

July 26. Stirling.

The like of a sale by her to John de Sandale, king's clerk, for 116l. 13s. 4d., of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of John de Trailli, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

The like of a sale by her to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, for 233l. 6s. 8d. of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Edward de Besill, tenant in chief, with the marriages of the heirs.

June 28. Stirling.

Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the fifteenth in the county of Huntingdon, to pay out of the money arising from the last term of the said fifteenth, by view and testimony of Walter de Norwyco, king's clerk, who is sent herewith, for the corn supplied for the Scotch war by the good men and commonalty of that county in the 30th year, and the payment for which they respited to the king at his request, until Midsummer of that year, as it appears that the king's promise to pay them has not been executed.

June 30. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, for Margery, late the wife of John de Cryel, tenant in chief, for the said Margery to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance. By bill of Exchequer.

June 26. Stirling.

Licence for Almaric de Croun to enfeoff Matthias de Monte Martini and Matilda his wife of the manor of Burne, which is held in chief. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

June 14. Stirling.

Pardon to John de Huntelowe, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of John Cerle, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

June 14. Stirling.

The like to Walter de Carwardyn for homicides, &c. in the realm and in Ireland. By p.s.

June 18. Stirling.

The like to Thomas son of Peter Levyng of Lench, for the death of Richard son of Richard Simonis of Lench, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

June 29. Stirling.

Grant to Walter Muncy of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Thomas son of Richard de Belhus, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs. By p.s.

July 2. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by William de Waldeshef to the abbot and convent of Thorneye of a messuage and 20 acres of land in Wodeston.

July 5. Stirling.

Grant to the abbot and convent of Thorneye, in consideration of a fine made for them at the Exchequer by William de Spanneby, king's clerk, that they may hold the hundred of Normancros, co. Huntingdon, as their predecessors used to do, discharged of the sheriff's turn therein, as it appears by inquisition made by Roger de Hegham and John de Kirkeby and returned to the Exchequer and examined before Master William de Grenefeld, chancellor, the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Roger le Brabazoun, justice, and others of the council, that William II. by charter granted them the said hundred at a fee farm payable at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriffs of that county, and they held the same so that no sheriff held his turns or was accustomed to receive presentments there until, in the 26th year of Henry III. the sheriff entered that hundred without warrant, and kept his turn, and succeeding sheriffs, through the said occupation, have held their turns there twice a year; and that these two turns are worth 2s. a year and no more, because the abbot took the fines for breach of the assize of bread and ale and all other profits pertaining to the hundred, except amercements for defaults of free men not coming to the said turns.

Letters for the abbot of St. Nicholas's, Angers, staying beyond seas, nominating John, prior of Kirkeby Monachorum, and brother Robert de Bures, his attorneys for three years.

The like for Thomas de Berkele, going to the court [of Rome] on the king's affairs, nominating Robert de Prestebiry and James de Wilton for one year. By K.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the latter. By K.

The like, for one year, for Roger la Warre, going to the court of Rome on affairs of the king and the realm. By K.

June 14. Stirling.

Pardon to Richard son of Ranulph de Rednes, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of William le Storgrayve of Northburton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 10. Stirling.

Presentation of Hugh de Whetelay to the church of Yatesbury in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of William de Wollehop, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Nicholas Burdon, tenant in chief. By p.s.

June 27. Stirling.

Appointment of Robert de Burghersshe, constable of Dover Castle, and Roger Sauvage, knights, and Master Philip Martel, professor of civil law, and Peter de Donewyco, clerks, to go personally to the presence of the king of France and demand and receive from him satisfaction for losses inflicted at sea upon the king's people of the Cinque Ports and others by the men of Calais and others of the power of the king of France since the truce with the latter. By p.s.

Afterwards this letter was altered and sealed under the names of the said Roger and Master Philip only to perform the premises.

See the schedule attached.

Membrane 14 (Schedule).

July 5. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to the same, touching losses inflicted upon one another by the above parties since the truce, for the benefit of such as are willing to bring their action before the commissioners.

June 29. Stirling.

Letters for Gilbert son of Thomas de Clare, staying in England, nominating William de Edenham and Geoffrey le Blake their attorneys in Ireland for two years. By p.s.

July 10. Stirling.

Presentation of Gilbert de Muresleye to the church of Westtuderleye in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Robert Walraund being in his hands.

MEMBRANE 13.

1304. July 5. Stirling.

Letters for Francis Gaitani, treasurer of the church of St. Peter, York, staying in the court of Rome, nominating Master Bartholomew de Ferentino his attorney for three years.

July 10. Stirling.

The like for Master Robert de Pykeryng, canon of St. Peter's, York, going there on the king's affairs, nominating John Renaud and Adam de Thorp for one year.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the latter. By K.

June 20. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for friar Walter de Wyntreburn, cardinal priest of the Roman church, going by the Pope's command to the court of Rome, and his household, horses, baggage and other things.

The like for friar John de Wrotham, going thither on the king's affairs.

July 10. Stirling.

Mandate to the sheriff of York to purvey within his bailiwick, within liberties and without, by view and testimony of John de Derby, king's clerk, 1,000 quarters of oats, and have them conveyed to ports. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

July 6. Stirling.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of custodies and marriages to the sum of 200 marks by livery of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, and the escheators this side and beyond Trent (in the same form as her former grant of 6,000 marks for the discharge of her debts), in compensation of a like sum which, at the king's request, she has pardoned to John Lovel of Tychemersh, pertaining to her for her gold by reason of a fine of 2,000 marks made by the said John for trespasses in the forest, which the king has pardoned him. By p.s.

May 6. Stirling.

Licence, at the instance of friar Walter de Wynterburn, the king's confessor, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Wilts, for Thomas son of Alvred de Erlestok to retain in fee simple a messuage, 29½ acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in Erlestok, which Juliana la Prute held of Matthew son of John, and a mill and an acre of land adjoining it there, whereof the latter had a lease from the king for life, and transferred to the said Thomas; on condition that after the death of Matthew, Thomas or his heirs perform the same services to the king as they perform to Matthew.

June 23. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Inge, William Trussel, justice of Chester, Richard de Macy, William de Bliburgh and Thomas de Cantebr[igia], touching subtractions and alienations of lands with homages, services, escheats and liberties and other appurtenances in divers parts of the counties of Chester and Flint, which should belong to Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, and also touching assarts, purprestures and trespasses of divers kinds, as in tallages collected in the said land, fines and amercements unjustly levied, and other oppressions of the said land, as well in the time of the king as of the said king's son.

Writ de intendendo directed to all persons of those counties.

And afterwards it was renewed with an interlineation, under date, Brustwyk, 6 November.

June 30. Stirling.

Grant in fee to Nicholas Malemeyns, king's yeoman—in extension of a grant to him, of all the lands in Langeton and Rothewelle, co. Lincoln, late of Robert de Rothewell, deceased, tenant in chief, which came to the king's hands through the felony of John, son and heir of the latter, for which he was outlawed—of the advowson of the church of Rothewelle, which pertains to those lands.

July 9. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest this side Trent, for the prior and Friars Preachers of Oxford, to dig up 100 feet of land in length and 100 feet in breadth in Whateleye, in the forest of Shottovre, on their own soil in a place called Cherlegrave, within the metes of that forest, and to dig stones there for the repair of their houses in Oxford. By K. on the information of friar W. de Wyntreburne, cardinal.

July 8. Stirling.

Letters for Gregory de Camilla, canon of the king's chapel of Wulvernehampton, going to the court of Rome, nominating James de Brega, clerk, and Robert Blavet, of Breston, his attorneys for two years.

July 6. Stirling.

Grant to the prior and convent of the order of Friars Preachers, Oxford, of 50 marks a year at the Exchequer out of the king's alms, during pleasure. By p.s.

The like of the same to the guardian and convent of the order of Friars Minors, Oxford. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

The like to the prior and convent of the order of Friars Preachers, Cambridge, of 25 marks a year. By p.s.

The like of the same to the guardian and convent of the order of Friars Minors, Cambridge.

July 8. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Merton, by William de Clyvedon of 3 mills in Tappelowe, and by Richard de Kyngeston of 15 acres of land in Upton, and by Peter atte Merk of 8 acres of land there.

July 10. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by John de Kyrkeby, king's clerk, for Margaret, late the wife of John Hurand, deceased, tenant in chief, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance.

July 4. Stirling.

Mandate to Thomas de Langar, Richard Oysel and Nigel Drury, late collectors and receivers of the payments (prestacionum) and customs granted to the king by merchants-strangers and aliens on their goods and merchandise in the port of Kyngeston on Hul, and in particular places in the county of York by the sea-coast and elsewhere within that county as far as the town of Newcastle on Tyne, to deliver all the money arising therefrom since 1 April to Robert de Barton and Gilbert de Bedeford, appointed collectors and receivers thereof during pleasure from the above date. Et fuerunt patentes.

July 8. Stirling.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for John de Chagele, clerk, who is going to the court of Rome in the company of friar Walter de Wyntreburn, cardinal priest. By letter of the treasurer.

June 18. Stirling.

Grant to John de Segrave the younger, in consideration of the service of him and of John de Segrave the elder, of the marriage of some heir who has 500l. a year of land by inheritance, as soon as such a marriage falls in after Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, has received satisfaction of her grants of custodies and marriages. By p.s.

The like, on like terms, to Geoffrey de Segrave, brother of John de Segrave the elder, of the marriage of some heir who has 200l. a year of land. By p.s.

June 14. Stirling.

Pardon to William le Taillur of Dene, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of John de Coderigg and other trespasses, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

July 17. Stirling.

Roger son of Robert de Leyes for the death of Richard, son of Richard de la Croys of Gretewych, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Thomas son of Roger son of Roger le Clerk of Barton Pynkeny, at the instance of William son of John de Hastingges, and in consideration of the service in Scotland of the said Thomas, for the death of Thomas son of William le Corveiser. By p.s.

July 28. Stirling.

William son of Roger le Potter of Westwall in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of William Hamond of Westwall, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 28. Stirling.

William son of William le Bercher of Keythorp for the death of Robert Davy of Keythorp, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 23. Stirling.

Thomas son of Richard de Mayningham for the death of Thomas son of Jordan de Bilburgh, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Robert de Swynflete for the death of John Seventos, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 10. Stirling.

Grant to Margaret late the wife of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, tenant in chief—who lately sued before the justices of the Bench her dower against certain men of the earl's free tenement in divers counties, and the said men, by the earl's writings containing the warranty, vouched the king, as the earl's heir, to warranty against her, whereupon she quit claimed her whole dower to the king for land and rent of the value of 100l. a year by extent—of the following lands in part satisfaction of the said 100l. a year:—the manor of Bradenesh, with the park, hundred and other appurtenances, co. Devon, for 37l. 3s. 11d.; the manor of Clopton, co. Suffolk, for 12l., and the ward (wardam) of Eye, in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, for 11l., with the receipts thereof since last Easter ; and the residue of the said 100l. a year is to be assigned to her before next Michaelmas. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to Thomas de Sweyneseye, keeper of the manor of Bradenesh.

The like to William Milksop, keeper of the manor of Clopton.

The like to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to deliver to her the said ward.

May 21. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of John de Britannia, the king's nephew, to John son of Richard le Rous, of Tiegounnion, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for robberies, &c. and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 28. Stirling.

The like to Thomas le Tailleur of Carlisle for the death of William son of Robert de Rouclyf, and for robberies, &c. and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 12.

June 21. Stirling.

Grant and committal to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the following castles, &c., in pursuance of the king's former assignment of dower to her of land to the yearly value of 18,000 pounds Tours. [The lands mentioned are the same as those set forth in the said assignment under date 10 September 1299, except that the following, viz. :—manor of Brymmore, value 50l., manor and borough of Lymyngton, 40l., manors of Norton and Bremmesgrave, co. Worcester, 102l.; manor of Hope, co. Chester, 40l.; castle and manor of Montegomery, 40l.; manor of Magna Cumpton, co. Warwick, 41l., are substituted by the following :—

Manors of Dalham and Bradeford, co. Suffolk, 50l.

Castle and manor of Mere, with the park, co. Wilts, 78l.

Hundreds of Redelane, Whiteweye and Broneshull, co. Dorset, 6l.

Toll, pleas and perquisites of court in the town of Shapton, co. Dorset, 12l.

Castle and town of Berkhampstede, with the honor and manors belonging to the honor, 72l. 15s. 10d.

12l. which Nicholas de Segrave renders yearly for the manor of Kynton, co. Warwick.

Manor of Ryseberge, with the park, co. Buckingham, 82l. 9s. 3d.]. By p.s.

June 21. Stirling.

Grant to her of the same liberties in the above lands as were granted to her at the assignment thereof. By p.s. [see Cal. Pat. Rolls. Edw. I. vol. iii. pp. 453, 454.]

MEMBRANE 11.

July 10. Stirling.

Pardon to John son of Thomas le Mouner of Suthcaldecote, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of William Primat and William his son, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 18. Stirling.

Presentation of William de Ayremynne to the church of Holy Trinity, Dorcestre, in the diocese of Salisbury.

Letters for Henry de Bodrigant and Sibyl his wife, staying in England, nominating John de Bodrigan and John le Foglere their attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 3. Stirling.

Pardon to William Tempest, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of John de Hale and for other trespasses in the realm and in Ireland, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 12. Stirling.

Simple protection, until Christmas, for the abbot of Fountains, going beyond seas.

Letters for Robert, abbot of Fountains, going beyond seas, nominating Thomas de Appelton and Walter de Cukewald, his fellow monks, his attorneys for that period.

July 22. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by John Basset to the prior and convent of Bath of 11 acres of land and an acre of meadow, the fourth part of a messuage and a moiety of an acre of wood in Walecote by Bath.

July 8. Stirling.

Licence, for the prior and convent of St. Mary's, Carlisle, in compensation of the burning of their houses and churches and divers plunderings by the Scots, to appropriate the church of Adingham, in the diocese of Carlisle, which is of their own patronage, together with the chapel of Salkilde annexed thereto, as it appears by inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Cumberland that the only loss the king will suffer would be if the bishopric and priory of Carlisle fell vacant at one and the same time, and the said church fell vacant during such voidance, he will not be able to present a parson. By p.s.

The like for the same to retain the church of Edenhale, in the diocese of Carlisle, of their own patronage, which they appropriated since the statute of mortmain, as it appears by like inquisition that the king would only suffer a like loss. By p.s.

July 20. Stirling.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John son of Thomas de Undele to the abbot and convent of Peterborough of the manor of Lullyngton, as it appears by inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Northampton that although John Marmyoun will thereby lose the custody thereof and the marriage and relief when they fall in, by reason that the manor is held by the homage and service of half a knight's fee, yet the said John, by a writing which the king has inspected, has given his consent thereto. By p.s.

July 24. Stirling.

Safe-conduct for the abbot of Coupre in Anegeus, going beyond seas to his general Cistercian chapter, and for those of his household whom he takes with him, and their goods. By p.s.

July 25. Stirling.

Letters for Joan de Valencia, countess of Pembroke, staying in England, nominating John le Waleys and Roger de Castro Goderici her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Simple protection, until All Saints, for the abbot of Stanleye.

July 17. Stirling.

Pardon to Roger son of Robert de Leyes, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Richard son of Richard de la Croys of Gretewych, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 22. Stirling.

Adam Hugeleye, canon of St. Mary's, Dyuelek, bringing news of the resignation of Philip, his abbot, has letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to restore the temporalities to the person elected, having first received from him letters sealed with his own seal and that of the chapter that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice nor drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

July 21. Stirling.

Simple protection, for two years, for Richard, archbishop of Dublin, going to the court of Rome. By p.s,

July 12. Stirling.

Letters for Alice late the wife of Walter de Bello Campo, nominating William de Bradewell and Simon de Gopeshull her attorneys until Easter. By p.s.

July 17. Stirling.

Presentation of Andrew de Ferentino to the church of Stalham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the abbey of St. Benet, Hulme. By p.s.

July 24. Stirling.

Letters for Master William de Caumpeden, parson of the church of Roscre, staying in England, nominating Nicholas de Cumpton his attorney in Ireland for two years.

June 28. Stirling.

Pardon, in consideration of the service in Scotland of Giles de Argenteym, and especially of the harm that he sustained at Strivelyn, to Thomas le Moygne and Richer de Wroxhill, his yeomen, for trespasses committed by them against the king's ministers in the county of Essex, at Chelmesford, and in the city of London, whereof they were convicted before Roger Brabazun and his fellows, justices appointed to hear the king's pleas. By p.s.

Mandate to the sheriff of Essex to deliver to the said Giles their lands, if they were taken into the king's hands for that and no other reason.

The like to the sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon.

The like to Ralph de Sandwyco, constable of the tower of London, to deliver the said Thomas and Richer from that prison.

July 22. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Hugh Bardolf, to John son of Adam de Gallemere, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Stephen Ryghtwys of Suthberlingham, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 24. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by John le Keu of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, to the abbot and convent of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, of 10 acres of meadow in Westbere by Chistelet.

July 28. Stirling.

Pardon to Roger Tyrel, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of 12l., arrears of 40l., wherein his father Roger was bound at the Exchequer for the custody of the lands late of John de Asteleye, tenant in chief, whereof he had a grant during the minority of the heir. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Pardon to Henry de Urtiaco, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of all the issues of his hundreds of Bulston and Abbedyk, co. Somerset, since they came to the king's hands by judgment of the court on a quo warranto before Salomon de Roffa and his fellows, justices in eyre in that county. After the said judgment the king delivered them to him to hold until further order, and he is to continue to hold them, as he did before their caption, until next Parliament, when order will be taken in the matter. By p.s.

July 18. Stirling.

Mandate to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, to restore the temporalities of the archbishopric of Cashel to Master Maurice, archdeacon thereof, elected archbishop and confirmed by B. the Pope. By p.s.

The like to Walter de la Haye, escheator in Ireland.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Memorandum that whereas in the apostolical letter directed to the king for the said archbishop there appeared to be contained some things prejudicial to the king and his crown, the archbishop renounced the said letter so far as what appeared to be prejudicial, and the king restored to him the temporalities of his special grace. And the said bulls remain in the Wardrobe.

July 15. Stirling.

Grant to Master Thomas Olouxy of the archdeaconry of Cashel, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter of Cashel.

Grant to Peter son of Matthew Mackarwyl of the prebend of Kylolony in the church of Cashel. By p.s.

Memorandum that the said Master Thomas by letters patent renounced all right in his collation formerly made by the pope to the said archdeaconry, and Maurice, the archbishop, undertook before the chancellor in the Chancery, for the said Thomas, to cause the bulls and all other instruments touching the said collation to be delivered into the Chancery before Michaelmas, 1305.

In like manner the said Peter renounced his collation by the pope to the said prebend, on like undertaking by the archbishop.

July 28. Stirling.

Pardon to Payn Tybotot, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of all trespasses of venison in the forest of Rokyngham, until last All Saints. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 10.

July 20. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Robert de Sancto Andrea, chaplain of William Comyn, whom the latter is sending to Bologna (Bononiam la Grasse) to fetch some books of the said William's to England. By p.s.

July 22. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Robert de Haustede the elder, to Walter le Norreys of Helmeden, of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench, on a plea of Nicholas de Turevill to render account for the time that he was bailiff of the said Nicholas in Weston Turevill, co. Buckingham, the said Walter having found, before the king in the Chancery, John son of William Herberd of Throp of the county of Northampton and Robert son of Peter de Wakefeld of the county of York mainpernors to have him before the said justices at York a fortnight after Michaelmas to answer the said plea. By p.s.

July 30. Dumblane.

Simple protection, until a year after Michaelmas, for Master Ralph de Baldok, bishop-elect of London, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Safe-conduct for him and his household. By p.s.

July 28. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, to Simon son of Ralph de Stowe, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Alice Lucas, for felonies, &c. for breaking the prison of Storteford, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Grant, at the request of Edward prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son, to Peter de Gavaston of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Edmund de Mortuo Mari. By p.s.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to deliver him the custody thereof, saving to the wife of the said Edmund her dower.

July 28. Stirling.

Grant to Warin Martyn of the marriage of Margery, late the wife of Joceus de Dynham, tenant in chief, or the fine, if any, or the forfeiture as she marry without licence. By p.s.

June 4. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, to William son of Robert de Umbersleye, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Henry le Bracour, of Westwode. By p.s.

The like, in consideration of like service to the following for the following deaths, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. [All are "By p.s."] :—

July 22. Stirling.

Baldwin de Neusum, at the instance of Robert son of Payn, for breaking the house of William le Lekere, of Houeden, and other trespasses.

July 29. Stirling.

Laurence de Clyfheye, at the instance of the same, for the death of Richard de Wyleby.

July 29. Stirling.

Stephen de Hawe, for the death of Richard de Wyleby, of Thormarton, and for robberies, &c.

July 18. Stirling.

Edmund le Taillur, of Basingestok, for the death of Richard de London and John de London.

July 29. Stirling.

Richard de la More, at the instance of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, for the death of William de Comenoure.

July 29. Stirling.

William son of John Burghman, of Buckeby, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, for the death of Robert de Watervill.

Gilbert de Cambeys for the death of John de Sheffeld.

July 25. Stirling.

William Daundele for the death of John Daundele. Richard de la More. Vacated, because above.

July 27. Stirling.

William Colehoppe, at the instance of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, for the death of William le Bercher.

Gregory de Thornton, at the instance of Thomas de Richemund, for the death of Hugh Lucok, of Burton in Lonesdale.

July 30. Stirling.

John Sped, of Hanleye, at the instance of Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, for the death of Thomas Scolle.

July 27. Stirling.

William del Celer, of Athelyngflete, for the death of Adam Attehouse, of Otringham.

Aug. 7. Stirling.

John Dolfyn, of Neuwenham, for the death of William Bondi son of William le Reve, of Baddeby, and for robberies, &c.

July 30. Stirling.

Robert le Walker, of Grendon, for the death of Walter, son of Reginald Gilbert.

MEMBRANE 10 (Schedule).

July 25. Stirling.

Miles Pichard for homicides, &c.

July 30. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Kent, for Laurence de Otringden, in consideration of his service in Scotland, to grant in fee simple to John de Campania, third part of the manor of Bokton Alulphi, co. Kent, and the advowson of a third part of the church thereof (except 4 marks rent, which Matilda, late the wife of Stephen de Bokton, holds in dower of the inheritance of the said Laurence in that manor), which are held in chief; to hold in fee simple to the said John, after the death of George de Laverton, who holds the same by the law of England. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Grant, at the instance of Margaret queen of England, the king's consort, to Walter de Wodeham, king's yeoman, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of John de Lyngayn, who held, by knight service, of the heir of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, tenant in chief, who is a minor, with the marriage of the heir of the said John, and the marriage of Matilda, late the wife of the said John, or the fine, if any, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. By p.s.

Mandate, in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent.

July 25. Stirling.

Letters for Eudric de Vyppeins, going to the court of Rome on the affairs of the king, and of Otto de Grandisono, nominating Hugh de Fysshelak his attorney for one year. By p.s.

Simple protection, until Christmas, for him. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Confirmation, at the instance of Gerard de Orum, king's yeoman, and of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, of a grant in fee simple by the latter to the former of the manor of Morton, co. Devon, in exchange for a like grant to the earl of all the lands of Estremoy and Otheny in Ireland, which the earl held at a fixed rent by lease of Otto de Grandisono for the life of the said Otto, and which the said Otto afterwards granted in fee simple to Gerard, whereby the earl attorned to the said Gerard for his fealty and farm, as appears in charters of the earl and Gerard which the king has inspected. By p.s.

July 28. Stirling.

Appointment of Ralph de Sandwyco and John de Sandale to sell the following goods arrested under the following circumstances. On complaint by Guidettus and Janotus de Spinelli, citizens of Genoa, who when coming to the king on his affairs, were by some malefactors from Flanders in the entrance of the port of Sandwich despoiled of horses, armour, cloth of gold, of silk and velvet and other goods to the value of 522 marks in their ship; the king commanded the mayor and sheriff's of the city of London to arrest goods to that amount in London of Flemish merchants, not of the party of the king of France, and keep such goods in safe custody under their seal and those of the said complainants. Goods to that amount have been arrested, as the king is informed by the mayor and sheriffs, some being cloths of divers merchants of the town of Ipre, some to the value of 70l., being debts due to merchants of that town, or to merchants of Bruges or Flanders. The said Ralph and John are to make a sale thereof by view of the said mayor and sheriffs and other good men, and of the owners or their attorneys, who are to have notice thereof, and either the money raised or the cloths at the old price, together with the said debts to the amount of 522 marks, besides their damages, are to be delivered to the said Guidettus and Janotus, and the residue to be kept until further order. By p.s.

July 20. Stirling.

Grant to William de Sancto Paulo, Arnold de Sancto Martino, John de Beryes, Raymond de Artigalung, John de Seignaus, Peter de Francia, yeoman of John de Seintcrik and Vincent de Lagenes, citizens and merchants of Bayonne, in aid of their expenses in the prosecution, in the king's name, of William de Saut, sometime citizen of Bayonne, of 200l., to wit, 100l. fine made by the abbot of St. Mary's, York, before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer for licence to appropriate the church of Donecastre, in the diocese of York, of their own patronage; 50l. fine made by the prior of Boulton in Craven, co. York, before the said treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for licence to appropriate the church of Preston in Cravene, in the same diocese; 20 marks fine made by the abbot of Waltham before the same for licence to enter a lay tenement in Nasingge, co. Essex; 20l. fine made before the same by William de Genestis, late prior of St. Catherine du Mont by Rouen, surrogated by the archbishop of Rouen, to be abbot there in the place of J. late the abbot, for licence to do his fealty for the temporalities of that abbey in the Chancery at York instead of going to Stirling in Scotland; 10 marks fine made before the same by the prior of the monks of Thetford, co. Norfolk, for having again a messuage in Thetford which was taken into the king's hands by reason of their entering it contrary to the statute of mortmain; 100s. fine made before the same by John de Craystok for licence to enter three messuages in Craystok, held in chief, by grant of John de Bouyngton; and 100s. fine made in the Chancery by the archbishop, dean and chapter of St. Mary's Rouen, for letters nominating the abbot of St. Catherine's by Rouen and the abbot of St. Ouen's, Rouen, their attorneys for two years. By p.s.

Vacated because the abbot of Waltham had paid the said 20 marks before this assignment, and the prior of the monks of Thetford had had a term fixed at the Exchequer for the said 10 marks before this assignment, and the said letters patent were surrendered and cancelled, and are renewed otherwise below.

July 28. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Cumberland, and in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior of Lanercost, for Robert le Whayte, of Carlisle, to assign in mortmain to that prior and convent a messuage in Carlisle which he holds of the king.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for the men whom Thomas de Langar, citizen and merchant of Bayonne, is sending in a ship laden with wool and other merchandise to Brabant for trade.

MEMBRANE 9.

July 29. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, the king's kinsman, to Roger Hereward of Almanbury, of his outlawry for nonappearance before the justices of the Bench on a plea of trespass of John Kilbryng, of Billinggeleye, the said Roger having found before the king in the Chancery Thomas de Chaucumbe, of the county of Leicester, and John de Vyenne the younger, of the county of Buckingham, as his mainpernors, for him to answer the said plea before the said justices at York a fortnight after Michaelmas. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Presentation of William de Houeden to the church of Barleborgh in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of John de Langeford, tenant in chief. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Grant to Ralph de Gorges of the custody for life of the forest of Whittlewode, in the same manner as John de Tyngewyk, deceased, had it. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest beyond Trent.

July 28. Stirling.

Licence, in fulfilment of a promise lately made to the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, for the alienation in mortmain to that abbot and convent by Hugh de Wylgheby, chaplain, of a toft, garden and 4 bovates of land in Edelingthorp; by John Lespecer of a toft, a bovate and 8½ acres of land in Routhclive by Skelton; by John Salcok of 10 acres of land in Hoton Underhegh; by John Brun of an acre of land in Miton on Swale; by Alice daughter of Albreda de Routhclive of a toft in Clifton by York; by Elena daughter of Thomas de Routhclive, of a toft there; by Albreda de Routhclive of 2s. rent there; and by William de Langethwayt of 30s. rent in Danecastre. By p.s.

Aug. 15. Jedburgh.

Signification to J. bishop of Norwich, of the royal assent to the election of Henry de Burstall, one of the canons, to be prior of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich.

Letters for Nicholas de Carreu, staying in England, nominating William de Scalariis and William Russel his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

July 29. Stirling.

Grant at the instance of Edward prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son, to Richard son of Richard de Clebury, of the custody for life of the forest of Kynefare, in like manner as John son of Philip, deceased, had it. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

Pardon to Hugh le Loksmyth of Monsorel for the death of John le Chapeleyn of Cousington, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to William le Forager of Newcastle, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for robberies, &c., and breaking the prison of Newcastle, and of any consequent outlawry.

Vacated, because in the 31st year.

July 28. Stirling.

The like to Henry le Iremongere of Rothewell, for the death of Gilbert son of Alexander de Waldegrave, and for robberies, &c., and of his abjuration of the realm for the said death. By p.s.

July 29. Stirling.

The like to Henry le Charpenter of Skyren, for the death of Robert de Beauver, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Aug. 12. Bandeth. (Badendath.)

Grant to Jordon son of Jordan de Exonia, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the land and heir of Richard de Sancto Michaele, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland.

Aug. 7. Stirling.

Grant to Henry de Spaunton, chaplain, of the chaplaincy of St. Nicholas, Threk, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Roger de Moubray, tenant in chief, to hold for life in the same manner as Walter de Threk, deceased, held it.

Mandate in pursuance to Master Richard de Havering, escheator this side Trent, or his sub-escheator, in the county of York.

Aug. 12. Bandeth. (Bodenna.)

Simple protection, until Midsummer in Ireland, for Thomas, bishop of Meath, staying in England.

Aug. 13. Bothkenner.

Safe-conduct, until a year after Christmas, for Master Matthew de Kynros, king's clerk, dean of the cathedral church of Dunkeld, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Aug. 14. Kinnaird ? (Kyner.)

Pardon, at the instance of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, king's kinsman, to Henry de la Waude, for the death of William son of Robert de Fote, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Aug. 15. Linlithgow.

The like to Thomas son of Henry de Blactoft, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of John de Cokefeld, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 30. Stirling.

The like at the instance of Robert de Clyfford to Roger Warde, for robberies, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Aug. 21. Selkirk.

Simple protection, until Easter, for the abbot of Bynedon, going beyond seas. By p.s.

Letters for him nominating brother Richard de Kyngeston his attorney for one year. By p.s.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Pardon, at the instance of certain lieges, to Henry son of John Wodelond of Westacre, for the death of John le Palmere of Nerburgh, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to the following, in consideration of their service in Scotland, of deaths, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. [All are "By p.s."]

Aug. 7. Stirling.

Richard Gamel of Codeshale, at the instance of Henry de Appelby, for the death of Richard son of Nicholas le Barker of Codeshale.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

William Arnold, at the instance of William de Leyburn, for the death of John Arnold.

Aug. 12. Stirling.

Stephen Hert, at the instance of the same, for the death of John de Freynden, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Roger Pollard, at the instance of John de Sancto Johanne, for the death of Alan de Hynkeleye.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Walter Kyveray of Louthe for the death of Mabel Lykar.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

John de Beggebery for homicides, &c.

July 30. Stirling.

Henry Wade, at the instance of Robert de Clifford, for the death of Geoffrey le Chapeleyn of Dalby.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Henry son of John de Brouham, at the instance of the same, for the death of Roger Bulle of Ormesheved.

July 30. Stirling.

Henry de Kynarby, at the instance of the same, for the death of Agnes Gagan, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Roger Shier, for the death of Walter Cut of Thornton and for all trespasses.

July 28. Stirling.

Robert son of Simon son of Thomas de Pysseford, for larcenies in the county of Northampton, of his abjuration of the realm for the same, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Benedict de Sutton, for the death of Richard son of John de Daveneport.

Walter Dallok of Shrewsbury for the death of Walter le Chaloner.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

James Edward and William Edward for the death of Richard Crul of Gouthherst and for breaking the prison of Gouthherst.

Aug. 10. Stirling.

John Wychard for the death of Andrew Payn.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John Lyulf for the death of Geoffrey de Boylonde.

William Watey of Aldeburgh for the death of Thomas de Lyndewode.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

John son of Peter de Broddesworth for homicides, &c.

William de Lauton and Adam de Lauton for the death of Richard son of Richard de Lauton, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Henry de Preston for the death of John de Clifford, and of his abjuration of the realm.

June 28. Stirling.

John del Pek for the death of Roger de Wulfreston.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Walter de Waynflet, at the instance of Roger de Clare, king's chaplain, for the death of Robert Jolyf of Houedene.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William 'of the Grene' of Thuryton for the death of Henry de Aldeburgh and for homicides, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

John son of Giles Mosse of Seint Gilestede for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Richard son of Roger son of Catherine, at the instance of Edward, the king's son, for the death of Peter Dunkan of Heley, and other trespasses. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

July 28. Stirling.

Alan Byndelowys of Langleythorp for the death of Peter son of Constance de Langleythorp.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John son of Alice de Bykerton for robberies, &c.

Richard son of John de Kyngesley for homicides, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Alan le Lorimer of Bydale for the death of William Cut of Graysuthen.

John son of John de Gosbertkirk for the death of Thomas Gynnour of Gosbertkirk.

Thomas de Coversford for the death of John Nader of Brirlay.

MEMBRANE 8.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Robert Doffyn of Newenham for the death of William Bondy and Richard Neuwebolde and for homicides, &c.

William de Knottedok for the death of William Pane of Audelee, and for robberies, &c.

Robert son of Laurence Harlot of Inteburgh for robberies, &c.

William son of John de Maltby and Gilbert son of John de Maltby for the death of Richard son of Margaret de Akklom.

Thomas de Inde for the death of John Gobyas, and for robberies, &c.

July 30. Stirling.

Thomas le Suor of Penreth, at the instance of Robert de Clifford, for the death of Robert le Clerk of Formby.

Ralph de Lynford for the death of William Alwyn of Egynton, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Alan son of Robert del Haghous of Whittonstal for the death of Henry del Whitelegh and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 10. Stirling.

Richard Braas for the death of Robert de Malvern and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Roger de Hamelton for homicides, &c.

Thomas Dichon of Canpion Wodehouse for homicides, &c.

John Mustardmakyer of Chastrefeld for robberies, &c.

Nicholas son of Wybald de Yatelthorp for the death of Richard le Potter of Yatelthorp.

Aug. 16. Linlithgow.

John de Werdale, at the instance of Edward the king's son, for the death of William de Dunolmia, and for all trespasses.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William Fort for robberies, &c.

Aug. 14. Linlithgow.

Thomas son of Ralph de Sneyton for the death of Peter le Taillur of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Richard de Langemor for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Richard de Boynhale of Ascote for homicides, &c.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

William son of John de Ores, clerk, at the instance of William de Leyburn, for the like.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Nicholas son of Emma de Preston in Audernesse for the death of Roger son of William le Provost of Fiswyk.

Richard son of William le Keu for larcenies, &c. and of his abjuration of the realm for the same.

Aug 23. Jedburgh.

Roger Shefel of Corbrigge for the death of Peter le Mulner of By well.

Thomas Colt for the death of Stephen le Coliere.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Robert son of Henry de Wlipschyr for the death of Ralph Cort of Skypton in Cravene, and for other homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Walter de Dalton for the rape of Beatrice de Slengesby, taken and abducted at Great Driffeld.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

William de Durrigge for the death of Thomas de Ildesle.

John son of Simon le Cutelier of London for the death of Thomas le Hastere of London.

Nicholas Meril of Dokemanton for the death of William le Keu of Dokemanton.

Henry Keym of Erkynden for the death of William Musket.

Alan son of Patrick de Evelingham for the death of John de Billingham, and for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William son of Richard Cok of Kirkeby for the death of Matthew son of William 'of the Grene' of Grymeston.

John son of Richard Cock of Kirkeby for the same death.

Patrick Litelscule for homicides, &c.

John son of Michael Litelscule for the like.

William son of Adam de Haynyng in Tyndale, for breaking the prison of Werke in Tyndale, and for the death of John de Dunolmia, and for robberies, &c.

Thomas son of Richard Wyther of Rydley for the death of John son of Nicholas Fecesause, and for robberies, &c.

Richard de la More, at the instance of John Comyn, for robberies, &c.

Adam del Greneheved, at the instance of the same, for the death of John de Billingham, and for robberies, &c.

Richard del Grenheved for the like.

William de Anlaubi for homicides, &c.

Robert Daa of Denton for the death of Adam le Gaythurd of Denton, and for robberies, &c.

Aug 23. Jedburgh.

Thomas son of Simon de Lutgate for the death of William Killebole of Bosworth.

Nicholas de Matlok for the death of Richard de Stafle.

Aug. 21. Jedburgh.

Isaac son of Roger del Hill of Ledesham for the death of Hugh de Morleye, and for all trespasses.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Thomas son of Robert de Walton of Houton for homicides, &c.

Aug. 16. Linlithgow.

John son Henry de Neuburgh, at the instance of John Buteturte, for the death of Roger ate Pole of Neuburgh.

Aug. 22. Traquair. (Tresquoir.)

John Pykard, at the instance of John de Britannia, the king's nephew, for the death of Walter Gyffard of Fodryngey.

Aug 23. Jedburgh.

William son of Hugh de Stratford for the death of Laurence le Walker, and for other trespasses.

John Skavyn of Wotton for the death of William de Redburne of Malinton.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Pardon to Christiana daughter of Robert de Thornythwayt for homicides, &c.

The like as above to the following :—

William son of Henry de Wardington for the death of Simon Shallok of Coleworthe, and for all trespasses.

Simon le Taillur of Normanton for the death of John de Ardern and all trespasses.

Hugh son of Roger de Tildestok for the death of Roger son of Matilda de Wytcherche, and for robberies, &c.

Simon le Taillur of Bristol for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Geoffrey son of Richard Wyther of Riddesley for the death of John son of Nicholas Fecesause.

John son of Richard del Wodehouse for robberies, &c.

James de Chaldefeld for the death of Adam Brede of Broghton, and for homicides.

July 29. Stirling.

William son of William Paupas of Cotes for the death of John Spad of Haldynby.

July 28. Stirling.

Richard de Draiton, at the instance of Robert son of Payn, for the death of Adam de Norton.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

Roger son of Alexander Hare of Thurgarton, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, for the death of Robert son of William Aubray of Stapleford.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Michael de Erghom of Lonesdale for homicides, &c.

Aug. 3. Jedburgh.

Robert le Forester of Appelby, for the death of Michael Ofthebakehous of Thornholm.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Alan son of Gilbert le Gaunt of Thurleby, for the death of William Mous of Markeby, and all trespasses.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John de Brentingham son of William de Beverlaco, for the death of John de Wythornwyk.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Henry de Pokelington for a robbery some time ago committed at the house of Gilbert le Shephird of Barneby, co York, and all trespasses.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John son of Robert atte Halle, for robberies, &c.

John le Gardener of Bishopes Aukeland, for the death of Roger Sathanas.

Robert son of Simon le Maczon, for the death of John son of William le Palmere, and for homicides, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Robert son of Robert de Mershton, for the death of Thomas son of Stephen de Mershton.

John son of Thomas de Midlesborg of Leysingby, for the death of Beatrice de Lackynby.

William de Belthorp of Houeden, for the death of Gilbert Therlyng of Houeden.

MEMBRANE 7.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Nicholas de Saundeby for the death of John son of Roger Dunnyng, of Bolum on Trent.

Peter son of William de Welle, for the death of Botilda sometime his wife.

William son of Henry de Stanburne, for the death of William son of Adam de Somerscal.

William son of Peter de Welle, for the death of Botilda wife of Peter de Welle.

Walter de Wartre of West Luton, for the death of John Petit of Whyteby, for which he abjured the realm.

Aug. 21. Jedburgh.

Robert le Shethere of York, for the death of John Waweyn of York, and all trespasses.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

William Grey of Tyde, for breaking the prison of Lincoln.

July 19. Stirling.

Richard de Weston for robberies, &c., and for breaking the prison of Bedeford and of his abjuration of the realm.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

William de Bereford for the death of John de Bromtoft and all trespasses.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Adam de Apeton for the death of Hamo de Glasleye and for all trespasses.

Robert son of Walter son of Margaret de Apelthayt for the death of John Oftheborwanes, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Adam de Wockcle for the death of Robert Lyllok of Wockle.

John son of Silvanus le Fisshere of Hamelset, for the death of Adam Erewell and for robberies.

Alan de Langeton for the death of Alan Routes of Frisby, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

John Colwen for the death of Bartholomew atte Pole, for which he abjured the realm.

Aug. 33 (sic). Jedburgh.

John le Wryht of Durham, for the death of Emma la Deye.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William son of Robert de Castelouwe, for the death of Aymer le Blakere, and for all trespasses and for breaking the prison of Carlisle.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

Stephen Whytsaule of Gisburne, for the death of Nicholas le Scot of Thornton.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Hugh son of Hugh atte Gole of Quaplode, for homicides, &c.

John Burach of Holbech, for the death of Robert de Sudbury.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Walter son of Maurice de Sancto Botulpho, for the death of John Auty of Boston.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Richard le Flemyng of Notingham, for a robbery some time ago committed at Litton, co. Nottingham, and for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Laurence son of Geoffrey le Mouner, for the death of Roger son of Thomas atte Pole of Neuburgh in Tyndale.

John le Forester of Denton, at the instance of Robert de Clifford, for homicides, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

William Skylfol for the death of John son of William Robert of Swasithe.

John de Loudham, nephew of Master Robert de Belvero, for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William de Rythre for homicides, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Robert son of Richard Penok of Whyteby, for the death of Nicholas Kyde.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William Pye of Leycestre, for the death of Robert son Geoffrey de Luttreworthe.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William de la Forest for the death of Adam de Burton.

Robert Dun for the death of Thomas Scot.

Nicholas le Mouner of Knaresdale, for the death of Adam Coupland.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

John Norman of Haldanby, for the death of Walter Hors of Hull.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Geoffrey Inthehurne of Haveringhon, for the death of William son of Richard Sele, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Adam Whytals Oftheboghes, for robberies, &c.

Hugh son of Hugh Malerbe, for the death of Robert son of Robert de Shakeston, and for all trespasses.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Henry le Clerk of Ekeringe, for the death of John le Heye of Ekeringe.

July 22. Stirling.

John de Tatham for the death of Gilbert del Despens.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

John son of John de Fyttelyngg, in the gaol of York castle, for the death of William Potage of Hedon, as it appears by the record of John Sampson and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Peter son of Philip Brun of Stanhope, for the death of Emma daughter of John le Mulnere of Stanhope.

Thomas son of Robert de Walton of Houton, for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Henry son of John de Hintes of Great Petling for the like.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Stephen Grys of Holinton, for the death of Simon son of Roger de Northcotes, and for robberies, &c.

William Stut of Suthdalton for the death of Robert son of Gilbert de Suthdalton.

William son of Gilbert de Bremmesleye, for the death of Gilbert de Bremesleye and all trespasses, and for robberies some time ago committed at Thorn well and Suthwell, co. Nottingham.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Leodegar de Cromton for homicides, &c., and for breaking the prison of Tottebury.

Thomas Belle of Holebeche, for the death of Lucy, late the wife of John Grym of Holebeche.

James Hollebede of Wyndesore, for the death of Emma daughter of Basilia de Takeleye.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

William son of Sarra de Byrkebek, for the death of Adam son of Agnes de Langedale.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Robert Aluald of Brentingby, for the death of Richard Aluald of Wyvordeby, and for robberies, &c.

Stephen Burel of Carleton, for homicides, &c.

Robert de Rutyngton for the death of William Bauston of Wolaton.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Richard Osbarn for the death of Robert le Wrothe of Fobbinge.

Oct. 19. Beverley.

Thomas Moraunt of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench on a plea of trespass of Master Jordan Moraunt, on testimony by William de Brewosa of his service in Scotland.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Peter son of Sarra de Byrkebek for the death of Adam son of Agnes de Langedale.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William Crok of Cleynchwarton for the death of Peter Ravene of Boston, and for robberies, &c.

Walter Page of Framelyngton, at the instance of Joan, countess of Gloucester and Hertford, the king's daughter, for the death of Roger Founyng of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Aug. 9. Stirling.

Robert Osbern of Gotham for the death of John son of Ralph de Leycestre.

MEMBRANE 6.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John de le Crouther for the death of Richard del Croft and for homicides, &c.

Adam le Mulnere of Achenden for the death of Peter le Les of the Newemor.

Aug. 1. Stirling.

Henry son of William de Burgo, at the instance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, for homicides, &c.

William son of Hubert de Burgo, at the instance of the same, for the like.

Oct. 21. Swinefleet. (Swyne.)

John le Mouner of Rithre, in the gaol of York Castle for the death of of William le Pesshuner of Rithre, as it appears by the record of Peter Mallorre and Nicholas de Warrewyk, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John Hobelyn of Wykele for the death of John son of John le Taillur of Wykele.

William de Colverden and Thomas his son for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

William Bisshop of Rodenhurste for the death of Roger de Opton, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Walter Dewy of Stretton for the death of Simon Scrok, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Ralph de Conyngeston for the death of Adam Charrecrowe.

Henry de Conyngeston for the same.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Richard Scot of Spillesby for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William de Colverden and Thomas his son, as above.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Henry le Knave, of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench on a plea of trespass of William Prestessone, the said Henry having found before the king in the Chancery John le Knape of Yarmouth and John de Fronsete of the county of Norfolk as his mainpernors to produce him before the said justices a fortnight after Hilary.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Roger Swan of Ipswich for the death of John Brounessone of Ipswich.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Hugh son of Emma for the death of William Cope, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Hugh son of John le Fevre of Compton for the death of John Battere of Teffont Evyas, and for trespasses.

Aug. 7. Stirling.

Geoffrey le Cuherde of Teynton for homicides, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Edward le Keu of Orcheston, at the instance of John de Kyngeston, for the death of John Andreu of Sumers[et], and for robberies, &c.

Adam Loveriche of Shinle for the death of Roger Niwman.

William son of Robert de Mikelefeld for the death of Robert son of Hugh de Mikelefeld.

William son of William de Benhale for robberies, &c., and for breaking the prison of Roucestre.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Roger de Ringesele for the death of William Scut of Stanham, and for a robbery sometime ago committed at Gyselingham, co. Suffolk, for which he abjured the realm, and for all trespasses, and for breaking the prison of Ipswich.

William Rassh of Aldfeld for the death of Robert atte Foule of Aldfolde.

William son of Alan Attekirke of Ingoldmels for homicides, &c.

July 29. Stirling.

Thomas atte Halle for the like.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John de Hylderwell and Nicholas his brother for the death of Robert de Lyth' of Whiteby and Roger de Lyth' of Whiteby, and for robberies, &c.

Aug. 12. Stirling.

William de Knapton the younger for robberies, &c.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

William de Coverham for the death of John de Tykehull.

June 24. Stirling.

Roger de Sutton for the death of William de Pesale.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Patrick Lorenz for homicides, &c., in England and Ireland.

John de Ryklyng of Storteford, Nicholas, Robert, and William his brothers, for homicides, &c.

Aug. 8. Stirling.

Walter le Taillour of Bruges, at the instance of Edmund le Hastings, for the death of Hugh Hugh (sic) le Taillour of Coventry.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John de Neuport for the death of Ralph Swyft of Colshull.

May 28. Stirling.

Giles le Mazon of Thormaston for the death of William de Donyngton sometime vicar of the church of Barkeby.

Hugh le Mazon of Thormaston for the same.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Henry le Charpenter of Fontinton for the death of William le Bere of Esthegh.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Philip de Kyme for homicides, &c.

John son of Geoffrey Parys of Thenford for the death of Henry de Geydon of Northampton, and all trespasses.

Alexander de Seeping for homicides, &c.

Aug. 2. Jedburgh.

Henry Poteman of London for the death of William de Ambresbiry and Robert le Brewer, lately killed in the city of London.

By testimony of Robert de la Warde, steward of the household.

July 20. Stirling.

Thomas le Crouther of Whitchurch for homicides, &c.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Robert de Sussex for the death of Andrew Payn, and for robberies, &c.

MEMBRANE 5.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for John, prior of Pritelwell, going beyond seas on the affairs of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort. By p.s.

Letters for the abbot of Jorevall, going beyond seas, nominating Thomas de Alverton and Alan Bareward his attorneys until All Saints.

Aug. 15. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of all debts due from him at the Exchequer, Dublin.By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin.

Grant to Eustace le Poer, in consideration of his service in Scotland and elsewhere, of 700 marks, at the Exchequer, Dublin which Hugh Purcel owes. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the said treasurer and barons.

Mandate to Hugh Purcel, who is bound, at the said Exchequer, in 700 marks, and to whom a like sum is owing from William Fanyn, kinsman of the said Eustace, to pay over the said sum to Eustace without delay, as the transfer has been agreed upon between the said Eustace and William.

Aug. 15. Linlithgow.

Grant to John le Botiller, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of the custody for three years of land to the value of 20l. a year out of the lands late of Nicholas Aylleward, tenant in chief, in the county of Waterford, Ireland, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir. By p.s. and petition sent from the king.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland.

The like to William de Burgo, in consideration of like service, of the custody during the minority of the heir of land to the value of 50 marks a year, out of the lands late of Thomas son of Maurice, tenant in chief, in Connaught. By p.s. and petition sent from the king.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland.

Aug. 15. Linlithgow.

The like to Arnold le Poer and John his brother, in consideration of their service in Flanders and Scotland, of 300 marks out of the custody of the lands late of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, tenant in chief, in Donmask, Ireland, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir. By the like.

Like mandate in pursuance.

The like to William Prendregest, Henry Haket and William Gaynyard, in consideration of their service in Scotland, of the custody during the minority of the heir, of the lands in Ireland late of John de Courcy, tenant in chief. By the like.

Like mandate in pursuance.

Pardon to John son of Peter le Poer, in consideration of like service, of 160l. due from him at the Exchequer, Dublin, for the debts of his ancestors. By the like.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin.

Aug. 20. Jedburgh.

Pardon to Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the king's nephew, of 918l. 8s., due at the Exchequer, as appears by certificate of the treasurer and barons thereof, for a prest from the king's stores of corn, wine and other victuals received by Edmund his father in the 23rd and 24th years; as the said Edmund received them for the maintenance of his household at the time that he last crossed to Gascony on the king's service. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Aug. 22. Jedburgh.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, who has a grant of the marriage of Gilbert de Clare, son and heir of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, tenant in chief, that if he should marry without her consent, she have the whole fine (emendam) that may appertain to the king by reason of such trespass. By p.s.

The like to the same, in addition to her grant of custodies and marriages to the value of 6,000 marks, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Hugh de Mortuo Mari, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Notification that the grant which the king made at the request of the said Margaret to Edward the king's son, of the custody of the lands late of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, is not to be in diminution of the king's grant to her of custodies and marriages to the value of 6,000 marks. By p.s.

Aug. 25. Yetholm.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the priory of St. Peter and St. Paul, Ipswich, for Henry de Burstall, one of the canons, elected prior, to whom the temporalities have been restored.

Aug. 26. Bolton.

Letters for Master Ralph, bishop elect of London, going to the court of Rome, nominating William de Fuleham and John de Mundene his attorneys until a year after Michaelmas.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

The like for Master William de Caumpeden, parson of the church of Roscre, staying in England, nominating Roger de Caumpeden his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Aug. 29. Morpeth.

Grant to the abbot of St. Edmunds and his successors that the king's commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, William Haward and William de Carleton, by jury of Suffolk, touching trespasses against the said abbot shall not be to the prejudice of the liberties of that church. By p.s.

Aug. 26. Bolton.

Protection with clause volumus, until Martinmas, for Gerard Salvayn, going beyond seas on the king's affairs. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Letters for him nominating Thomas de Brunneby and Thomas de Thurkelby his attorneys.

The like for the abbot of St. Evroul, staying beyond seas, nominating Roger de Holtham and Henry de Rok' for four years.

Aug. 26. Bolton.

Protection with clause volumus, until Martinmas, for Master Roger de Heslarton, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Letters for him nominating Richard de Normanton and Thomas de Heslarton his attorneys.

Sept. 8. Tynemouth.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Kynlos in Ossory, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery for acquiring in mortmain divers parcels of land in Ossory by feoffment of William Randalf, Roger Cok, William son of Adam, John le Messer and Adam le Esker.

Sept. 9. Tynemouth.

Presentation of William de Wrotham to the church of Castre, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Hugh Bardolf, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Letters for Master John de Cadomo, staying in England, nominating Laurence de Hugate his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Sept. 12. Tynemouth.

Presentation of Thomas de Cornubia to the church of All Saints, Dorchester, in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of John le Waleys.

Sept. 16. Tynemouth.

The like of Master Alexander Botemount to the church of la Rye, in the diocese of Chichester. By p.s.

Sept. 16. Tynemouth.

Licence, at the instance of brother Walter de Wynterburn, cardinal of the church of Rome, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent, for the abbot of Rufford to fell and sell 40 acres of his wood in the forest of Shirewode, in certain places assigned, by livery of the ministers thereof. By p.s.

Sept. 17. Tynemouth.

Confirmation of a grant by Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to Henry Hert of the custody for his life of her park of Devises. By p.s.

Sept. 14. Tynemouth.

Letters for William de Estdene, clerk, and Robert de Estdene, staying in England, nominating John de Ovynge and ...... Sauntref their attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Sept. 12. Tynemouth.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Newcastle-on-Tyne of murage for five years from St. Matthew, to be taken by the hands of Gilbert le Flemynge, Adam de Galwey and John Gatigaung, burgesses thereof, on every ship coming to that town laden with merchandise other than wine 4d. on every boat so laden 2d. &c. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

Sept. 18. Boldon.

Presentation of John le Breton to the church of Fennysutton, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Philip Burnel, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Sept. 23. Finchale.

Thomas de Wynton and Thomas de Haveringes, monks of Hide by Winchester, bringing news of the death of S. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Sept. 27. Durham.

Presentation of John de Houeden to the church of St. Giles, Winchelsea, in the diocese of Chichester.

The like of Richard de Duffeld to the church of Styveton, in the diocese of Lincoln.

Sept. 1. Horton.

Pardon to Robert le Clerk of Kyngeston, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of his outlawry for a trespass in the park of Camel, in the hands of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, by the king's grant, the queen having pardoned him the trespass. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 4.

Sept. 12. Tynemouth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for the alienation in frank almoin by Richard Almund to the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England of 7 acres of land in Brunneby and Clevyng.

Sept. 15. Tynemouth.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to present Thomas son of John son of Thomas, in consideration of the service in Scotland of the said John, to benefices in Ireland to the value of 100l. a year at least. By K.

Aug. 29. Morpeth.

Grant to the abbot of St. Edmunds and his successors that the king's commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, William Haward and William de Carleton, by jury of Suffolk, touching trespasses committed against the abbot by Nicholas Fuk', John de Hokewold and Stephen de Hauketon, shall not be to the prejudice of their church. By p.s.

Sept. 23. Finchale.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, to give the royal assent to the person elected abbot of Rathvoyd, and to restore to him the temporalities, having first received from him letters patent sealed with his own seal and that of his chapter, that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice nor drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

Donatus, canon of Rathvoid, bringing news of the resignation of Cristanus his abbot, has letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Sept. 27. Aycliffe ?. (Akle.)

Appointment of Edward the king's son to go to Amiens to do homage to Philip, king of France, for the duchy of Aquitaine; it having been agreed in the recent treaty that he should go on the king's behalf if the king were prevented. [Fœdera.]

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Mandate to Bertus Penuchii, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, dwelling in London, to lend the said Edward 2,000 marks for palfreys and other small expenses on the said journey. By p.s. [Fœdera.]

The like to John Ballard, Coluchius Ballard, John Van and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bellardi of Lucca, dwelling in London, to lend him 2,000 marks. By p.s.

This letter was surrendered and cancelled and they had another in the 33rd year.

Sept. 30. Dalton.

Grant, at the instance of the said Edward, to Laurence de Baggeshate of the custody for life of the manor and park of Wyndesore, in like manner as former keepers have held it. By p.s.

Sept. 29. Dalton.

Pardon to William de Hauvill, king's yeoman, son and heir of Elias de Hauvill, in consideration of his father's service in Gascony and elsewhere, of all debts which may be due from his father at the Exchequer. By p.s.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Licence for Matilda, late the wife of Ralph de Boxstede, tenant in chief, in consideration of a fine made by her at the Exchequer, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance.

Sept. 29. Dalton.

Letters for Master John de Kenle, on the king's service in England, nominating Roger de Kenle his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Sept. 25. Durham.

The like for Robert de Lathum, staying in England, nominating Adam de Clyderhoue and John Fattynge in Ireland for the same period.

Sept. 23. Finchale.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Geoffrey de Pulham to the abbot and convent of Cyrencestre of 2 virgates of land in Shypton.

Sept. 25. Durham.

Letters for Margaret, late the wife of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, staying in England, nominating Thomas de Banewell and Thomas de Lonesdale her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

The like for Robert de Mortuo Mari, the abbot of Wyggemore, and Walter de Thornbury, executors of the will of the above Edmund, staying in England, nominating the same in Ireland for two years.

July 22. Stirling.

Grant to Richard Burgo, earl of Ulster, with the assent of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the land and heir of Ralph Pypard, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Gilbert Haukyn, clerk, to the custody of the lesser piece of the merchants' seal for debts in the town of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Simple protection, for one year, for Hugelin de Sek' of Luca, merchant. By the Chancellor.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

Letters for Thomas, abbot of Beaubec, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Talon, his fellow monk, and John de Bello Becko his attorneys for two years.

The like for him nominating Ralph de Hermenvill, his fellow monk, and Peter de Menyl in Ireland.

Aug. 15. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Owen de Monte Gomery, king's clerk, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of all trespasses in forests, parks and chaces. By p.s.

Oct. 5. Thirkelby.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Simon Dantu and Frank, his fellow, merchants of Genoa, returning home from the king in Scotland. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

Acquittance to Master William de Sancto Botulpho for 200l. fine made by him before Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, and John de Insula, one of the barons of the Exchequer, and paid by him there for his ransom from prison within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, which liberty is in the king's hands. He was condemned to prison for trespasses against the king and others before William de Ormesby and Henry de Gildeford, justices of oyer and terminer for pleas by the men of that liberty.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the marriage of Thomas son and heir of Hugh Bardolf, tenant in chief. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for William Pierre, merchant of Majorca (Majoricis), who has come to the realm to obtain justice for a robbery committed against him at sea, near the port of St. Mathieu, Brittany, and for his men and goods. By p.s.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

Grant to Thomas de Bykenore of the custody of a moiety of the lands late of Hugh de Mortuo Mari, tenant in chief, during the minority of the elder daughter and heir, with her marriage. Margaret, the queen-consort, bad a grant of the custody of the lands of the said Hugh during the minority of the two daughters, but at the king's request she transferred the said moiety and marriage to Thomas. By p.s.

Oct. 10. Kirkham.

Presentation of John le Waleys to the church of Drayton Passelewe in the diocese of Lincoln.

Oct. 10. Kirkham.

Protection with clause volumus, until Hilary, for John de la Ryvere, going beyond seas with Aymer de Valencia, in the company of Edward, prince of Wales, earl of Chester, Ponthieu and Monstreuil, the king's son. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Oct. 11. Birdsall. (Briddeshale.)

Presentation of Master William de Wodeford to the church of Rokingham in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of John de Merton.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

Request to Coppus Cotenne and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, to pay to Mary, queen of France, the king's mother, 500l. part of 1,000l. which he has given her. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer.

The like to Coluchius Bellardi and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Bellardi of Lucca, to pay her the other 500l. By K. on the like information.

MEMBRANE 3.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

Whereas, on 13 April, 30 Edward I., the king granted, for life, to Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, divers lands etc. to the value of 1,000l. a year [quoted on Membrane 25 (Schedule), pp. 29, 30], and the earl has surrendered the manor of Kenton with Hevetre, Wyke and Suthtenge, the farm of the city of Exeter, which are of the value of 100l., and the manor of Fakenham Aspes of the value of 40l., which was late of Edmund Comyn of Kilbrid, of Scotland, and which, in pursuance of an ordinance made by the king and council touching the lands of Scots taken into the king's hands by reason of the war, the king desires to deliver to the said Edmund, the king grants the earl the manor of Fakenhamdam, co. Norfolk, of the value of 70l.; the castle and town of Oreford, co. Suffolk, of the value of 40l.; and 30l. a year of the farm of the town of Norwich, in addition to the 30l. a year of that farm already assigned to him. The earl is to hold these lands at the said values, with the above-quoted lands, as of the following values:—

Manor of Costeseye with the soke, 150l.

Manor of Causton, 60l.

Town of Aylesham, 80l.

Hundreds of Northerpingham and Sutherpingham, 40l.

Hundreds of Westfley, Estfley, and Happing, 24l.

Hundred of Holt, 16l.

Hundreds of Lodnyng and Knavering, 20l.

Hundreds of Taverham, Blaufeld, Walsham, and Humelierd, 24l.

Hundreds of Depewade and Henstede, 26l.

30l. a year of the farm of the town of Norwich.

Hundreds of Blithing and Waynesford, 38l.

10l. a year which the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, render for the manor of Borle.

Town of Neuport, 40l.

Town of Watlington, 42l.

Town of Becklegh cum Horton, 43l. 3s.

Manor of Bensington, 44l. 17s.

100l. a year which the abbot of Hayles renders for the manor of Lechelade.

30l. a year of the farm of the city of Chichester.

And the 42l. which he pays for the manor of Boseham are remitted.

Oct. 11. Kirkham.

Grant to Margaret, late the wife of Edmund, earl of Cornwall, in addition to her former grant in further satisfaction of 100l. a year in land and rent, granted to her in lieu of dower, of the manors of Kenton with Hevetre, Wyke and Suthtenge, co. Devon, worth 86l. 11s. a year, with the issues since last Michaelmas; on condition that she render yearly at the Exchequer 46l. 14s. 11d., the amount by which, together with the other lands granted to her, they exceed the said 100l. a year. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, to whom the king had granted the said manors for life, but who has surrendered them into the king's hands, to deliver them to her with the issues since Michaelmas.

Oct. 10. Kirkham.

Assignment to Bertus Penuchii, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence (in extension of a former assignment to them of the old custom on wool, hides and wool-fells in all the ports of the realm of England and the land of Ireland, until they received therefrom 10,000l. compensation for delay in the payment of the king's debts to them), of the new custom of 40d. on wool and wool-fells and ½ mark on a last of hides granted to the king by the stranger and alien merchants, until they have received the said amount and all their other debts. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to Richer de Refham and Hugh Pourte, collectors and receivers of the said new custom in the port of London and the parts adjacent on both sides the Thames as far as Greenwich, to deliver the whole of the money arising therefrom to the said merchants by indenture made between them and the said merchants. By K. on like information.

The like to the following collectors and receivers in the following ports and districts:—

John de Karliolo, Newcastle-on-Tyne and the sea-coast as far as Berwick-on-Tweed.
Thomas son of Hugh de Karliolo,
Robert de Barton, Kingston-on-Hull and as far as Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Gilbert de Bedeford,
John son of Thomas de Sancto Botulpho, Boston and as far as Lenn.
Thomas Gyzors,
Richard de Docking, Lenn and as far as Yarmouth.
Lambert de Sancto Omero,
William Fastolf, Yarmouth and as far as Ipswich.
William de la Mawe,
Nicholas le Clerk, Ipswich and as far as the mouth of the Thames.
Thomas le Rente,
James Peny, Sandwich and as far as Southampton.
Michael le Jovene,
Robert le Mercer, Southampton and as far as Weymouth, with the whole of the Isle of Wight.
Adam Horder,

Oct. 6 Newburgh.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent, for John Freman of Sutton and Anabilia his wife, to enclose and cultivate 20 acres of waste in Sutton within the metes of the forest of Galtres, which they acquired in tail from Ranulph de Nevill by the service of 16s. 7d. a year, as it appears that it is distant from the covert of the said forest a quarter of a league and there is not a frequent repair of the deer there.

The like for William de Pullay and Isolda his wife, to enclose and cultivate a like amount there acquired from the said Ranulph at 13s. 4d. a year.

Oct. 15. Bainton.

Signification to J. bishop of Winchester of the royal assent to the election of Geoffrey de Ferrynges, one of the monks, to be abbot of Hide by Winchester. By p.s.

Oct. 17. Beverley.

Robert de Crosby and Thomas de Garton, monks of Whyteby, bringing news of the death of W. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

Oct. 11. Birdsall.

Letters for Philip, prior of Lungevill, staying beyond seas, nominating Michael de Cousiaco and William de Talaya, his fellow monks, his attorneys for two years.

Oct. 14. Fimber. (Fymmere.)

Pardon to Norman le Miller of Northmiddelton, in the gaol of Newcastleon-Tyne for the death of John Scot, as it appears by the record of Adam de Crokedayk and Wychard de Charrun, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

Oct. 12. Bulmer.

Grant to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of the prebend of Northwell in the church of St. Mary, Southwell, void by the resignation of Richard de Baumfeld, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the chapter.

Oct. 14. Fimber.

Mandate to Bertus Penuchii, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence whom the king lately commanded to provide necessaries for the expenses of the household and other requirements of Edward, prince of Wales, on his journey to France to the amount of 2,000 marks by a member of their society crossing over in the prince's company, to cause their said member to advance sums beyond that amount when so required by John de Britannia, Aymer de Valencia and Guy Ferre, together with those who are going to manage the expenses of the prince's household.

The like to John Ballard, Colluchius Ballard, John Van and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Ballardi of Lucca.

Oct. 15. Bainton.

Letters for Duncan son of Nicholas de Carrik, staying in Scotland, nominating Michael Wynter and Stephen le Messager his attorneys in Ireland for one year. By p.s.

Oct. 16. Lund.

Grant to the executors of the will of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, tenant in chief, that they may freely dispose, for ten years, of the earl's lands in Norfolk, according to the king's grant in his fourth year, although by certain defects in the earl's will the king might have his action to annul his said grant. By p.s.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, not to intermeddle in the said lands. By p.s.

Oct. 19. Beverley.

Protection with clause volumus, until the Purification, for Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, going beyond seas in the company of Edward the king's son. By p.s.

Oct. 10. Bainton.

Pardon to Walter Hondeys, in Hereford gaol for the death of John le Soutere of Whyle, as it appears by the record of John Randolf and Richard de Baskervill, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

Oct. 19. Beverley.

Masters Robert de Repplingham, chancellor of St. Peter's, York, and William de Pykering, archdeacon of Nottingham, canons of the said church, bringing news of the death of Thomas, archbishop of York, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 2.

Oct. 17. Beverley.

Grant for life to Robert de Crevequer of 20l. a year out of the farm of the town of Derby. Some time ago, in exchange for Robert's quitclaim to the king, and Eleanor, sometime queen of England, the king's consort, of the manor of Ditton and a moiety of the manor of Saham, co. Cambridge, which he held for life by grant of the king, the king granted him for life the custody of the castle of Bestan, co. Chester, and 100s. a year for that custody, 45l. out of the issues of the mills and bridge of Chester, 20l. out of the farm of the town of Hereford, and 20l. out of the farm of the hundred without the north gate of Oxford yearly. Afterwards the king granted to Edward his son the county of Chester, and assigned to Margaret, queen of England, his consort, amongst other things, the farm of Hereford. On 14 October, in the 29th year, in compensation for the 45l. from the mills and bridge of Chester and 20l. from the farm of Hereford, the king granted Robert 65l. a year out of the farm of the town of Northampton by the hands of the mayor and bailiffs thereof. On 21 June, in the 32nd year, the king granted to the above Margaret the above hundred, amongst other lands with which he heretofore dowered her, wherefore, in compensation for 20l. a year which Robert received therefrom, the present grant is made. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Derby. By K. on the like information.

Oct. 15. Bainton.

Letters for John de Swyneburn, going to Scotland on the king's service, nominating Thomas de Horsleye his attorney for one year.

Simple protection, for one year, for Nicholas de Riddeleye, going with the said John.

Oct. 15. Bainton.

Confirmation of a sale by Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, of the custody, during the minority of the younger daughter, of a moiety of the lands late of Hugh de Mortuo Mari, tenant in chief, with her marriage; heretofore granted to the queen.

Oct. 17. Beverley.

Letters for John de Aleynsheles, staying in Scotland, nominating Thomas de Aleynsheles and Ralph de Moreslagh his attorneys until Easter. By p.s.

Oct. 18. Beverley.

Licence for Margaret late the wife of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, to let to farm to whomsoever she will, for seven years, her manors of Erleslene and Orleton. By p.s.

Oct. 21. Swinefleet. (Swyne).

Letters for Robert, prior of Bath, staying in England, nominating John Stoket and Richard Ballard his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

Mandate to Master Robert de Leyset, king's clerk, constable of the castle of Bordeaux, to allow in his account to Peter Baleygne, late receiver of the issues of the duchy of Aquitaine, deputed thereto by the king of France, who continued to receive the issues thereof after 20 May, 31 Edward I., after which date by the terms of the peace with the king of France they belonged to the king of England, 245l. out of the said issues for 87 tuns of wine for the king's use, bought from him in divers ports of England at the expense of the household by Adam de Rokesle, then butler, and William Trente, then attorney of the said Adam, as appears by account made before John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe. By C.

Simple protection, for one year, for the master, brethren and sisters of the hospital of the Domus Dei, Dunwich.

Oct. 19. Beverley.

Letters for the prior of Lanthony Prima in Wales, staying in England, nominating William de Burghill and David son of John, his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

Signification to the keeper of the spirituality of the archbishopric of York of the royal assent to the election of Thomas de Malton, the sub-prior, to be abbot of Whiteby. By p.s.

Oct. 26. Burstwick.

Presentation of Richard de Drokenesford to the church of Staunfordham, in the diocese of Durham.

Oct. 30. Burstwick.

Letters for John de Fresingfeld, staying in Ireland, nominating Richard son of Nicholas de Mendham, his attorney for one year.

Oct. 30. Burstwick.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of the abbey of Hide by Winchester to Geoffrey de Feryngges, one of the monks, elected abbot. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Oct. 28. Burstwick.

Pardon to Roger le Bercher, in York gaol for the death of Henry Virly of Roderham, as it appears by the record of John Sampson, Alexander de Cave and John de Suthewell, justices lately appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

Oct. 28. Burstwick.

Protection with clause volumus, until the Purification, for the following, going beyond seas on the king's affairs with Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son :—

William de Leyburn, By testimony of the said prince.
Geoffrey de Say,
Walter de Rokeslegh,
Martin Shenche,
William Lewyne,

Nov. 1. Burstwick.

Letters for Aymer de Archiaco, staying in England, nominating Roger de Wyk and Thomas de Stanes his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Oct. 31. Burstwick.

Mandate to Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Whiteby abbey to Thomas de Malton, the sub-prior, elected abbot. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Nov. 2. Burstwick.

Pardon to Roger de Messenden and Juliana his wife, in consideration of a fine made by Roger before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring in fee simple a messuage, a carucate and a half of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 43s. 6d. rent in Coleworth, by grant of Henry of Pynkeny, tenant in chief.

Oct. 29. Burstwick.

Protection with clause volumus, until the Purification, for the following, going beyond seas with Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son :—

Simon de Cokefeld. By testimony of the prince.
Baldwin de Maneriis.
Payn Tybotot.

The like for John de Bauquell until Easter. By like testimony.

Nov. 11. Burstwick.

Grant, for life, to Roger de Sutton, king's clerk, of the hospital of St. John, Nottingham, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York.

Mandate in pursuance to the keeper of the spirituality of the said archbishopric.

[1303 ?] Nov. 10. Dumfermline.

Pardon to Richard Malet of Queynton, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Simon atte Grene of Queynton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

1304. Nov. 1. Burstwick.

Writ de intendendo directed to the bailiffs, citizens, and good men of Winchester for Laurence de Anne, elected by them to be mayor, and presented to the king, the king having taken his fealty. By p.s.

Nov. 1. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Worcester by the the following :—

Matthew de Hallowe of 16 acres of land in Hallowe.

Joan his daughter of 10 acres there.

Richard de Pechesleye of 8 acres there.

Wulstan de Salopia of 6 acres there.

John Lunet of a moiety of a virgate of land in Lyndrugge.

Reginald le Barbur of 3 acres in Norwich.

Adam de la Folye of 9s. 8d. rent in Bradewas and Lyndrugge.

Oct. 30. Burstwick.

Grant to Elias Scarlet, king's yeoman, in consideration of his losses and burdens on the king's service, of the custody, during pleasure, of the king's tower in the town of Sandwich, and the bailiwick of the said town, and he is to receive as much as other keepers. By petition from the council of Gascony.

Mandate in pursuance to Hugh de Helpeston, the keeper, to deliver the same to him by indenture with all the king's goods within the said tower. Et fuerunt patentes.

Vacated because surrendered and otherwise on the roll of fines.

Nov. 1. Burstwick.

Licence for the alienation in frank almoin by William de Ros of Hamelak to the prior and convent of Wartre of a bovate of land in Wartre [in exchange for] their granting 3 acres of land in Beverley, adjoining the dwelling-place of the guardian and Friars Minors of Beverley, to the said warden and friars for the enlargement of their dwelling-place.

Oct. 29. Burstwick.

Grant, for life, to Thomas de Kendale, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Cumberland, of the office of the bedelry of Allerdale, belonging to the liberty of Cokermuth. By p.s.

Nov. 11. Burstwick.

Roger de Lynham, canon of Chetwod, bringing news of the resignation of William de Brikelesworth, his prior, has letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Nov. 12. Burstwick.

Joan Moigne and Alice de Stapelton, nuns of Godestowe, bringing news of the death of A. their abbess, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 2 (Schedule).

May 28. Stirling,

Grant to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds of murage and pavage for the town of St. Edmunds for three years.

MEMBRANE 1.

Nov. 6. Burstwick.

Pardon to William de la More, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring in tail the manor of Willakesham from Thomas Grelle who held it in chief, with licence for him to retain it.

Nov. 9. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Risle to the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England of 5 acres of land and 40 acres of wood in Risle.

Nov. 1. Burstwick.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the tallages of all her men and tenants which were levied when the king's demesnes were tallaged in the present year in respect of the castles, cities, towns, honors, boroughs, farms, manors, hundreds, forests, and fees committed to her for life and in her hands 31 October, 32 Edward I. and those tallages which are assessed by the king's ministers but not levied are to be levied by her ministers, and those not yet assessed are to be assessed and levied by her ministers. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Nov. 8. Burstwick.

Pardon to William Sapy, in Gloucester castle gaol for the death of John de Hope, as it appears by the record of John Randolf and John de Foxle, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Nov. 14. Burstwick.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the king's kinsman, to the Friars Hermits of the Augustinian order, Leicester, of 3 messuages in the suburb of Leicester adjoining their dwelling-place, for the enlargement thereof.

Nov. 4. Burstwick.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, in consideration of a fine made by the grantee in the Chancery, for the said earl to grant in fee simple to Master William de Pykering a plot of land in Haterbergh by Scardeburgh, enclosed with a stone wall and built upon with houses, containing an acre and a half, which Henry III. gave to the Friars Minors of Schardeburgh in frank almoin, and which came before his death to the hands of Edmund, the king's brother, father of the present earl, as chief lord of the fee, after those friars transferred themselves to within the town of Scardeburgh.

Letters for Robert de Napton, staying in Ireland, nominating Henry de Holkeleye his attorney for two years.

Nov. 15. Burstwick.

Pardon to John de Kyrkeby, king's clerk, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring, in fee simple, 9 messuages, a toft, 120 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, and a rent of a pound of cummin in Braytweyt from Thomas de Ireby who held the same in chief, and for afterwards alienating them in fee tail without licence to Thomas son of Thomas and Agnes his wife at a rent of 4l. a year, payable to the said John for life, with reversion to the said John; with licence for the said alienation to hold good.

Nov. 18. Burstwick.

Pardon to Thomas, earl of Lancaster, of 918l. 8s. with which Edmund his father was charged, in the 23rd year, at the Exchequer, by W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, late keeper of the wardrobe, in his account of the wardrobe for that year, for 212 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of oats delivered by Peter de Cycestre, 533 quarters of oats delivered by Adam de Blida, 6 tuns of wine by John le Treour, and 2 tuns of wine by Matthew de Columbar[iis] in the 23rd year, and 2 tuns of wine delivered by John de Sumers[et] in the 24th year; as appears by certificate of the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer; the king having been informed that the said Edmund received the same for the maintenance of his household when he crossed over to Gascony on the king's service. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Nov. 16. Burstwick.

Presentation of John de Anna the younger to the church of St. Peter by the Gilde Halle, North Street, Cycestre, in the diocese of Chichester, void by the resignation of John de Galeys, directed to the dean of Chichester.

Nov. 14. Burstwick.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas, earl of Lancaster, to the Augustinian Friars, Leycestre, as above.

Nov. 15. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by William Desert to the prior and convent of Boulton-in-Cravene of 4 bovates of land in Apeltrewyk.

Nov. 12. Burstwick.

The like, in consideration of a fine made before the same by Richard de Wyluby, for the alienation in mortmain by him of 5 marks rent in Notingham to a chaplain celebrating divine service daily in the church of St. Peter, Notingham, for the soul of Richard Bugge, his father, and of all the faithful dead.

Nov. 16. Burstwick.

Grant to William de Sancto Paulo, Arnold de Sancto Martino, John de Beryes, Raymond de Artigalung, John de Seignaus and Peter de Francia, yeoman of John de Seincrik and Vincent de Lageneys, citizens and merchants of Bayonne, in part payment of 500l. expenses in their prosecution, in the king's name, of William de Saut, sometime citizen of Bayonne, deceased, of 200l., to wit:—

100l. fine made by the abbot of St. Mary's, York, before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer for licence to appropriate to his house the church of Doncastre, of their own patronage, in the diocese of York.

50l. fine made by the prior of Boulton-in-Cravene, co. York, before the same, for licence to appropriate to his house the church of Prestonin-Cravene, of their own patronage, in the said diocese.

20l. fine made before the same by William de Genestis, late prior of St. Catherine's du Mont by Rouen, surrogated to be abbot thereof in the room of J. late abbot by the archbishop of Rouen, for licence to perform his fealty for the temporalities of that abbey in the chancery at York instead of going to the king at Stryvelin in Scotland.

100s. fine made before the same by John de Craystok of the county of Cumberland, for licence to enter 3 messuages in Craystok, held in chief, by grant of John de Bouyngton.

100s. fine made in the Chancery by the archbishop, dean and chapter of St. Mary's, Rouen, for letters nominating the abbot of St. Catherine's by Rouen and the abbot of St. Ouen's, Rouen, his attorneys for two years.

100s. fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by William la Zusche for a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William de Bereford, Peter Mallore and Gilbert de Knovill touching trespasses committed against him at Brugwalteri, co. Somerset.

100s. fine made before the same by Matilda, late the wife of Ralph de Boxstede, tenant in chief, for licence to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance.

10l. fine made before the same by Roger de Messenden to have back some tenements in Coleworth, co. Northampton, which were taken into the king's hands because he acquired them without licence from Henry de Pynkeny, who held them in chief. By p.s.

[1303 ?] Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Pardon to William son of John Hoo of Marleberge, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Roger Hont of Shrewsbury, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to Ralph de Thorp, for like consideration, for the death of Richard de Appelgarth, for larcenies, &c. of any consequent outlawry, and for breaking the prison of Werk. By p.s.