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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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33 EDWARD I.

MEMBRANE 23.

1304. Nov. 21. Burstwick.

Grant to Maurice de Pissiaco, king's clerk, of the prebend which Master William Burnel had in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Nov. 22. Burstwick.

Licence for John Lovel of Tichemersh to crenellate his manor of Tichemersh, co. Northampton. By p.s.

Nov. 22. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Elmyngham to the abbot and convent of West Derhum of a moiety of a mill and of a rood of meadow in Riglond.

Nov. 21. Burstwick.

Exemplication, by reason of its age and the weakness of the seal, of a charter of Henry [I.], sometime king of England, dated at Windsor and addressed to the archbishop of York, the justices, sheriffs, barons and subjects, French and English, of Yorkshire and Carlisle, whereby he grants and confirms to the church of St. Mary, York, and the abbot Geoffrey and monks serving God there, the cell of St. Constantine, with the manor of Wederhal, with the chapel of Warthewic and the sluice (cum exclusaqio) and stank of the fishery and mill of Wederh[ale] made in the land of Corkeby, as they held it when Ranulph, earl of Chester, held Carleol, and confirming to them the whole pasture between Edene and the high road leading from Carleol to Eppelby and from Wederhal to Driebec, and granting to them the forest for their pigs of Wederhal without pannage. Also granting and confirming to them their churches, goods, possessions, lands and all things given to them by the charters of the king's good men, prohibiting any one from doing them contumely. And they are to have their customs and lands and goods quit of aids and tallages and all things like as the church of St. Peter in York and St. John in Beverley, and to haveall the liberties that those churches have. Witnesses : Robert de Sigillo and Payn son of John and Eustace his brother, and Payn Pevr[el]. [Monasticon: vol. iii. p. 585.]

Nov. 25. Burstwick.

Presentation of Gilbert de Eboraco to the church of Berton by Mildenhale, in the diocese of Norwich.

Nov. 21. Burstwick.

Letters for Elias de Albiniaco, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Loveny and Rolandinus de Colbar his attorneys for one year. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Burstwick.

Restitution to Constance de Byern of the castle and honor of Tykhill and the manors of Wheteley, Gryngeley and Frodesham, taken into the king's hands by reason of her adhering to the party of the king of France in the recent war in Gascony. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to John de Donecastre as to all but Frodesham.

The like to William de Brekhill as to Frodesham.

Nov. 16. Burstwick.

Simple protection, for two years, in Ireland, for Agnes de Valencia, staying in England. By p.s.

Nov. 23. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by the prior and convent of Wyrkesope to the dean and chapter of St. Peter's, York, of the advowson of a moiety of a church of Tyreswelle, in the diocese of York.

Nov. 27. Burstwick.

Protection with clause volumus, for two years, in Ireland, for Agnes de Valencia, staying in England, except any demands of Christiana de Marisco in respect of lands which would come to the king after the death of Christiana. By p.s.

Nov. 22. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Peter Tappe of Twywell to the abbot and convent of Thorneye of a messuage 8 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in Twywell.

Nov. 24. Burstwick.

Licence, at the instance of Margaret, the queen consort, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Buckingham, for Henry de Bulebek to enfeoff Eleanor de Ewell, Geoffrey Nernut and William Neyrnut of the manor of Kynkesey. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Nov. 26. Burstwick.

Pardon to Nicholas de Knodeshale of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king as a plea of trespass of Peter Dunnyng, chaplain, on testimony by Robert de Felton of his service in Scotland. By p.s.

Nov. 26. Burstwick.

Simple protection, for two years, for Master Raymond de Pynibus, attending to the king's service in the duchy of Aquitaine and elsewhere.

Nov. 27. Burstwick.

Signification to J., bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election of Matilda de Opton, prioress of Godestowe, to be abbess. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Burstwick.

Presentation of Master John Fraunceys to the church of Queldrik, in the diocese of York, void by the resignation of Simon de Barneby. By p.s.

Nov. 27. Burstwick.

Pardon to Walter de Kenleye of his felonies and trespasses in the land of Ireland to the end of the Avar in Ireland, that is, to Mid Lent, 30 Edward I. on testimony before the king of his service in the war of the Irish of the mountains of Glendelory and the parts adjoining in the company of William de Ros, then prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland, supplying the place of the justiciary of Ireland, while the latter was with the king in the Scotch war. By p.s.

Nov. 23. Burstwick.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of all the issues and profits of the lands late of Hugh Bardolf, tenant in chief until his son and heir obtain seisin thereof from the king; also of the forfeiture, if any, in respect of the marriage of the heir, and the relief due for the lands which his father held in chief on the day of his death, if he be a minor; also all the debts due to the said Hugh on the day of his death.

Nov. 26. Burstwick.

Signification to J. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election of Roger de Linham, canon of Chetwode, to be prior. By p.s.

Dec. 1. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the master in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, to the master and brethren of the Knights Templars, of a messuage, a carucate and 6 virgates of land in Temple Gutynge.

Nov. 24. Burstwick.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Ravenesere of quayage until 5 years after 26 February. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Nov. 26. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Henry le Scot of Newcastle on Tyne, for the alienation in mortmain by him of 6 marks rent in Newcastle on Tyne, to a chaplain celebrating divine service daily in the church of St. John there, for the souls of himself and his ancestors and all the faithful dead.

Nov. 22. Burstwick.

The like, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the like by William de Coldham to the abbot and convent of Thorneye of a messuage and a moiety of a virgate of land in Walmesford and Stibinton, and by William Waldeshef of 30 acres of land in Wodeston.

MEMBRANE 22 (Schedules of 3 Membranes). (Schedule 1.)

Acquittance to the following sub-collectors of the tenth imposed on the clergy of England with the king's assent by Pope Boniface VIII. for three years, deputed thereto by the bishop of Lincoln and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors thereof, for the following sums in the following dioceses, and received by the hands of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, with promise to save them and the principal collectors and all others harmless with respect to the Pope:—

Name of Subcollectors. Diocese. Amount.
Nov. 26. Burstwick. Abbot and convent of Burton-on-Trent. Coventry and Lichfield. 20l. for the first term and 100l. for the second term of the third year and 6s. 6d. for the tenth of their own temporalities in the town of Appelby, in the archdeaconry of Derby. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
1305. Jan. 4. Lincoln. Prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln. Lincoln 360l. for the third year. By letter of the said John.
Jan. 3. Lincoln. Prior and convent of Thurgarton. York 100l. arrears. By letter of John de Drokenesford.
Jan. 15. Navenby. Abbot and convent of Langeleye. Norwich 100l. for the third year. By like letter.
Jan. 22. Croydon. Prior and convent of Bernewell. Ely 100 marks for the third year. By like letter.
Abbot and convent of Westminster. London 87l. for the third year. By bill of the said John.
Jan. 19. Navenby. Prior and convent of Kenilleworthe. Coventry and Lichfield. 20l. for the third year. By like letter.
Abbot and convent of Glastonbury. Bath and Wells 100 marks for the third year. By like letter.
Jan. 20. Prior and convent of Ely. Ely 26l. 16s. 8d. for the third year. By like letter.
Abbot and convent of St. Peter's Gloucester. Worcester 180l. for 3 years. By like letter.
Jan. 19. Navenby. Prior and convent of Rochester. Rochester 30l. for the 3rd year. By like letter.
Jan. 22. Spalding. Abbot and convent of Colecestre. London 30l. for the 1st term of the 3rd year. By bill of the said John. (fn. 1)
The same London 100l. for the 3rd year.
Jan. 25. Moulton. Abbot and convent of Certeseye. Winchester 163l. 16d. paid to Edward Lovekyn in part payment of money due to him for meat and other things taken from him at the expense of the household in the time of Richard de Wynton, late clerk of the kitchen.
Jan. 22. Spalding. Abbot and convent of Wygemore. Hereford 17l. for the 3rd year.
Abbot and convent of Newminster. Archdeaconry of Northumberland. 70l. for the 3rd year, paid in the wardrobe and to William de Felton for the custody of the castle of Linliscu.
Abbot and convent of Newminster. Durham 30l. 13s. 4d. for the 3rd year.
Abbot and convent of Newminster. Durham 100l. for the 3rd year.
Abbot and convent of Newminster. Durham 30l. for the 3rd year.
Jan. 26. Wisbeach. Prior and convent of Carlisle. Carlisle 80l. for the 3rd year. By bill of the said John, sealed with the seal of John, de Okham, his clerk.
Feb. 3. Walsingham. Prior and convent of Lanceveton. Exeter 29l.
Feb. 10. Bury St. Edmunds. Abbot and convent of Oseneye. Lincoln 93l. 6s. 8d.
Feb. 12. Bury St. Edmunds. Abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester. Worcester 20l. 2s. 10d.
Feb. 25. Waltham. Prior and convent of Thurgarton. York 20s. 9d.
Feb. 24. Waltham Holy Cross. Prior and convent of Rochester. Rochester 134l. paid to Roger de Frowyk, goldsmith of London, for jewels and making of plate for Margaret, the queen consort.
Abbot and convent of Colchester. London 8l. 16s. 4d., to wit, 4l. 16s. 4d. paid to Giles de Audenard for the chapter of St. Martin's le Grand, London, for their portion for the three years; 4l. to Master Gerard de Sesiriaco, canon thereof, for the prebend of Cristeshale, for the first and third years.
March 3. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Newminster. Durham 600l. paid for them by Anthony, bishop of Durham to Terricus le Vyleyn, in part payment of debts due to him for advances made to Edward, the king's son.
March 9. Westminster. Prior and convent of St. Mary, Carlisle. Carlisle 31l. 9s. 6d.
Abbot and convent of Hide without Winchester. Winchester. 86l. 7d. for the 3rd year.
Prior and convent of Rochester. Rochester 22l. for the third year.
Prior and convent of St. Catherine without Lincoln. Lincoln 568l.
Abbot and convent of Colchester. London 30l. 13s. 1d. for 3 years.
March 5. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Westminster. London 110l.
March 8. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Faversham. Canterbury 8l. 8s. for the 1st year.
March 9. Westminster. Prior and convent of St. Gregory's, Canterbury. Canterbury 237l. for the 2nd and 3rd years.
March 14. Westminster. Prior and convent of St. Gregory's, Canterbury. Canterbury 110l. for the 2nd and 3rd years.
March 13. Westminster. Abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester. Worcester 87l.
March 12. Westminster. Prior and convent of Bernwell. Ely 38l. 15s. 6d.
[March] 16. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Certeseye. Winchester 54l. paid to Edward Lovekyn in part payment of money due to him from the office of the kitchen.
March 18. Westminster. Prior and convent of Kenilworth. Coventry and Lichfield. 40l.
March 19. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Cokersand. Archdeaconry of Richemunde. 35l. 3s.
Abbot and convent of Oseneye. Lincoln 36l.
March 20. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Shireburn. Salisbury 155l.
March 20. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Oseneye, Lincoln 76l.
Abbot and convent of Hide. Winchester 81l.
(Schedule 2.)
March 20. Westminster. Abbot and convent of St. Edmunds. Norwich 100l.
April 10. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Redyng. Salisbury 118s. 5½d.
May 1. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Newminster. Durham 150l. 12s.
March 9. Westminster. Prior and convent of Thurgarton. York 60l. 18s. 9½d.
March 4. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Faversham. Canterbury 7l. 13s. 2d.
March 29. Abbot and convent of Langele. Norwich 129l. 11s. 6d.
April 4. Abbot and convent of Thurgarton. York 30l.
April 10. Abbot and convent of Hide, Winchester. Winchester 100l.
May 3. St. Albans. Prior and convent of Bernwell. Ely 10l. 10s.
Abbot and convent of Colchester. London 34l. 19½d.
Abbot and convent of Wygemore. Archdeaconry of Salop. 32l. 18s. 10d.
Abbot and convent of Colchester. London 381l. 15s. 1d.
Abbot and convent of Byrton-on-Trent. Chester 48l.
Abbot and convent of Hide by Winchester. Winchester 70l.
Abbot and convent of Seleby. York 123l.
Prior and convent of St. Gregory's, Canterbury. Canterbury. 47l.
Prior and convent of Rochester. Rochester 8l. 12s. 10d.
Prior and convent of St. Catherine without Lincoln. Lincoln 37l.
Prior and convent of Kenilworth. Chester 25l 3s. 6d.
May 1. Westminster. Dean and chapter of St. Ethelbert's, Hereford. Hereford 80l.
May 14. Abbot and convent of Reding. Salisbury 123l. 3s. 6½d.
May 12. Abbot and convent of Gloucester. Worcester 96l. 5s. 9½d.
Mar. 25. Prior and convent of St. Nicholas, Exeter. Exeter 18l. 5d.
May 14. Prior and convent of Lanceveton. Exeter 31l. 17s.
Abbot and convent of Hide, Winchester. Winchester 140l. 11s. 6½d.
Abbot and convent of Westminster. London 50 marks.
Prior and convent of St. Gregory. Canterbury 100 marks.
May 17. Abbot and convent of St. Edmunds. Norwich 100 marks.
May 11. Prior and convent of Thurgarton. York 60s.
May 15. Abbot and convent of de Valle Crucis. St. Asaph 8l. 10s.
Abbot and convent of Cokersand. Archdeaconry of Richmond. 19l. 15s. 2d.
May 10. Abbot and convent of Westminster. London 40l.
Abbot and convent of Shireburn. Salisbury 45l.
Prior and convent of Kermerdyn. Archdeaconry of Kermerdyn and Kardigan. 22l. 6½d.
Prior and convent of Lanceveton. Exeter 8s. 0½d.
June 3. Banstead. Abbot and convent of Langele. Norwich 100l. arrears paid to Adam de Fuleham for money due to him in the wardrobe for fish taken from him for the household.
Abbot and convent of Langele. Norwich 100l. for the like.
Abbot and convent St. Mary's, York. York 150l. paid to Adam de Fuleham.
The like. Vacated because surrendered.
Prior and convent of St. Catherine without Lincoln. Lincoln 100l. paid to the said Adam for fish as above.
Prior and convent of St. Catherine without Lincoln. Lincoln 100l. for the like.
May 10. Westminster. Abbot and convent of Oseneye. Lincoln 20l.
Abbot and convent of Radyngg. Salisbury 15l. 17s. 6d.
June 17. Chichester. Abbot and convent of Westminster. London 17l. 13s. 4d. paid to Adam de Blida for the office of the Marshalcy.
June 17. Chichester. Master William de Hothum, canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and Guy de Vikio, rector of the church of Hese. Ireland 1,000 marks arrears paid by the hands of Master Clarissimi and Gerard Hugonis, merchants of the society of the Spini, of Florence, to Walter de Wyntreburn, cardinal priest of the church of Rome, for his expenses and the maintenance of his dignity as cardinal.
Vacated because surrenderedand cancelled.
The same Ireland 200 marks arrears paid to the said merchants of the Spini for money borrowed from them in the 30th year for the expenses of the household.
June 27. Buxted. Prior and convent of Ely. Ely 14l. 12s. 1½d. arrears.
July 6. Canterbury. Abbot and convent of Shireburn. Salisbury 119l. 18s. 6½d. arrears delivered into the wardrobe for them by John de Monte Acuto, sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, for money raised by him on divers abbeys and priories within that diocese by writ of the Exchequer, returnable a fortnight after Trinity, to wit, for the abbot of Milton, 6l. 13s. 4d.; the abbot of Abbotesbury, 110s.; the abbot of Bynedon, 10l. 14s. 7¾d.; the prior of Christchurch, 39s. 7d.; the prior of Brummore, 25s. 3¼d.; the prior of Warham, 40s. 1½d. the prior of Holne, 17s. 1½d.; the abbess of Shaftesbury, 50l. 13s. 3d.; the prior of Lewes, 6s. 7½d.; the prior of Southampton in Gussich, 22s. 7½d.; the prior of Okeburn, 100s. 1¾d.; the prior of Lodres, 26s.; the abbot of Natele, 28s.; the prior of Tanton, 18d.; the prior of Morteyn, 7s. 9¾d., the chapter of Coutances in Wyntreburn Stikelane, 69s.; the abbot of Cerne, 17l. 3s. 5¾d.; and the abbot of Glastonbury, 10l.
July 13. Dover. Prior and convent of Kermerdyn. Archdeaconries of Kermerdyn and Kardigan. 28l. 4s. arrears.
Abbot and convent of Wygemore. Archdeaconry of Salop. 10l. arrears.
July 14. Dover. Prior and convent of Lanthony Prima in Wales. Archdeaconries of St. Davids and Brecon. 120l. arrears.
(Schedule 3.)
July 7. Canterbury. Abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York. York 300l. arrears paid to Adam de Fulham for fish as above.
July 6. Abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York. York 100l. arrears paid to the same.
Prior and convent of Thurgarton. York 100s. arrears by the hands of Peter Pycot, sheriff of Nottingham, into the wardrobe at Westminster for the abbot and convent of Swynesheved.
July 6. Canterbury. Abbot and convent of Oseneye. Lincoln 53s. 11¾d. arrears by the hands of John de Assheton, sheriff of Northampton, for the abbot and convent of Suleby.
July 18. Dover. The dean and chapter of Chichester. Chichester 31l. 10s. arrears paid to Robert le Taverner, Richard Putifer and Alan But of Cicestre for money due to them in the wardrobe for wines bought for the king's use in June, 33rd year.
July 23. Ospring. Prior and convent of St. Gregory's, Canterbury. Canterbury 18l. 13s. 4d. arrears paid to divers men of Canterbury for wines taken from them for the household by Gilbert Goldeston at Canterbury, July 33 Edward I. to wit: Adam Bolum, 46s. 8d.; John le Verrer, 4l. 13s. 4d.; Cicely de Paris, 46s. 8d.; Ed[ward] the Apothecary, 4l. 13s. 4d.; Hamo Abbot, 46s. 8d.; Clement Lampoiller, 46s. 8d.
Vacated because surrendered.
July 22. Ospriug. Prior and convent of Thurgarton. York 116s. arrears paid into the wardrobe of Westminster in the 33rd year by Peter Pycot, sheriff of Nottingham and Derby, to wit, for the abbot of Swynesheved, 100s.; for the prior of St. Leonard's without Staunford, 16s.
July 31. Boxley. Executors of the will of R. late bishop of London, and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, the principal collectors. 300l. arrears.
July 29. Horsted. Abbot and convent of Furneys. Archdeaconry of Richmond. 17l. 4s. arrears paid to Robert de Walton of York for fish bought for the household at York by Master John de Arderne, the king's buyer.
July 5. Gravesend. Abbot and convent of Colecestre. London 50l. paid to Walter de Bardeney, coffrer, of London, for money due to him in the wardrobe for harness bought from him from the 27th to the 30th years.
Vacated because surrendered.
Abbot and convent of St. Edmund's. Norwich 50l paid to the said Walter as above.
Aug. 8. Tilbury. Abbot and convent of Glastonbury. Bath and Wells 71l. 21d. paid to Roger de Kelleueden for wines bought from him by Adam de Rokesle in the 30th year.
Aug. 21. Rawreth. Abbot and convent of Glastonbury. Bath and Wells 39l. 12s. to Peter de Bytorie, merchant of Spain, for money due to him in the wardrobe.
July 6. Canterbury. Prior and convent of St. Nicholas', Exeter. Exeter 100l. paid by Thomas de Ralegh, sheriff of Devon, into the wardrobe for the tenth levied by him by writ of the Exchequer.
Aug. 5. Dover. Abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York. York 50l. paid to John de Banstede for the same sum due to him in the wardrobe.
July 10. Canterbury. The dean and chapter of St. Ethelbert's, Hereford. Hereford 41l. 1½d.
July 20. Dover. Abbot and convent of Burton - on - Trent. Coventry and Lichfield. 34l. 16s. 2d.
July 23. Ospring. Prior and convent of St. Gregory's, Canterbury. Canterbury 14l.
Aug. 10. Rayleigh. Prior and convent of St. Mary's, Carlisle. Carlisle 30l.
July 6. Canterbury. Prior and convent of St. Nicholas', Exeter. Exeter 30l.
July 25. Ospring. Abbot and convent of Oseneye. 115l. 14s. 1d. to wit, 55l. 14s. 1d. paid to Vitalis de la Tapye and 60l. to Bertram de la Deils, merchant of Besaz, for wines bought from them by William Trente and Richard de Bremesgrave at the expense of the household.
Aug. 6. Canterbury. Abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester. Worcester 50l. paid to John de Benstede, king's clerk, for a like sum due to him in the wardrobe.
July 3. Prior and convent of St. Gregory's, Canterbury. Canterbury 12l. 3s. 11d. paid into the wardrobe at Westminster by Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, to wit, for the vicar of Litleburn, 4s.; the rector of Boeton Alulphi, 13s. 4d.; the rector of Meldon, 3s. 4d.; the vicar of Tanynton, 8s.; the rector of St. Margaret's, 8s.; the rector of St. Andrews, 2s.; the rector of St. Mildred's, 12d.; the rector of St. Mary Magdalene, 12d.; the rector of Westbere, 6s. 8d.; the vicar of Norton, 18s. 8d.; the vicar of Newenham, 3s. 4d.; the church of Burdefeld, 17½d.; the pension of the prior of Ledes in Ores, 9½d.; the rector of Esshetesford, 32s.; the rector of Plukele, 20s.; the vicar of Bellyng in Lymene, 3s. 4d.; the rector of Kyngesnode, 10s. 8d.; the vicar of Brensete, 9s. 4d.; the vicar of Premhull, 4s.; the rector of Old Romanal, 18s. 8d.;the vicar of Ren ham, 5s.; the rector of Chert by Sutton, 16s. 8d.; the rector of Langeleye, 3s.; the vicar of Colrede and Popeshale, 12d.; the abbot of Langeden, 3s.; the rector of Waldewareschare, 6s.; the rector of Saltwode, 20s.; the vicar of Romenal, 8s.; the vicar of St. Laurence in Thanet, 5s.
Sept. 27. Putney. Abbot and convent of Certeseye. Winchester 4l. allowed to Walter Reginaldi, rector of the church of Wymbeldon, for the tenth thereof, and 100s. allowed to Roger de Welesworth, rector of the church of Ocstede, in part payment of money due to them in the wardrobe.
Oct. 5. Sheen. Abbot and convent of Hide, Winchester. Winchester 102s. 6d. paid into the wardrobe by Thomas de Warbelton, late sheriff of Southampton, for the following priors: Suthwyk, 55s. 8d.; St. Cross, 20s. 4d.; St. Helen's, 26s. 6d.

Membrane 22 (Schedule 4).

1304. Dec. 1. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the master in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, to the master and Knights Templars in England of a messuage, a carucate and 6 virgates of land in Temple Gutynge at a rent of 4 marks.

Membrane 22.

1304. Nov. 28. Burstwick.

Pardon, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to the abbot and convent of Seleby for acquiring the following lands, &c., in mortmain :—

13s. 4d. rent in Folkerthorp, by feoffment of Alice daughter of Thomas de Gunneby.

A messuage, 9 acres of meadow and 14s. rent in Brighton and Gunneby, by feoffment of William de Thornetoft.

2 tofts, a bovate, 13 acres, ¼ bovate, and 1/8 bovate of land, 3s. 6d. rent, and the moiety of a toft and mill in Amecotes, by feoffment of Margaret de Crul and Ralph de Scotton of Seleby.

5 acres of meadow in Estoft, by feoffment of William de Estoft.

15 acres of land in Gunneby, by feoffment of William de Tadecastre.

Dec. 5. Burstwick.

Pardon to Robert de Tony son and heir of Ralph de Tony, in consideration of the service of both, of 200 marks which Ralph received as a prest in the wardrobe when he last crossed to Gascony on the king's service, and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer.

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

The like to the sheriffs of Norfolk, Hertford, Essex and Cambridge to supersede the demand they are making by the said summons.

Dec. 3. 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 Ellerton of the following lands, &c. :—

19½ acres of land in Lathum by John Hassok of Lathum.

13 acres of land, 2 acres 1 rood of meadow, 2 roods of wood and the moiety of a toft in Ellerton by Adam Crust.

An acre of wood there by William Sayf.

The like by Thomas son of John son of Simon.

3s. rent in Great Bergh by John de Waplington.

A rood of wood in Ellerton by Alice de Hayton.

Nov. 26. Burstwick.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer, for Juliara, late the wife of William de Hardredeshill, tenant in chief, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance.

Dec. 2. Burstwick.

Grant to Thomas de Umframvill, king's yeoman, of what pertains to the king touching the marriage of Eleanor, late the wife of Robert de Brus, deceased, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Dec. 4. Burstwick.

Mandate to Bertus Penuchii, Stoldus de Friscobaldis and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, to pay to Coppus Cotenne of Florence 200l., granted to him by letters patent out of the issues of the customs on wool, hides and wool-fells, which is in their custody.

Dec. 3. Burstwick.

Grant to John de Sancto Johanne that he may pay off what he owes at the Exchequer, whether his own debts or those of his ancestors, at the rate of 50 marks a year. By p.s.

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

Dec. 4. Burstwick.

Pardon to Thomas de Estfeld for the death of Robert du Celer, as it appears by the record of Peter le Marchaunt, supplying the place of Otto de Grandisono, keeper of the islands of Gerneseye and Gereseye, which came before the king, that he killed the said Robert by accident when the latter was trying to kill a prisoner in his custody : and pardon of his abjuration of the said islands for the same. By p.s.

Dec. 4. Burstwick.

The like to Jordan Cloyet the younger for the death of the abortive child of Matilda Bonamy, as it appears by like record that he killed the child by misadventure as follows :—There was a plea of matrimony between them in the ecclesiastical court, by process whereof Matilda obtained letters of excommunication against the said Jordan, and he, meeting her as she was carrying them, snatched them from her and threw her to the ground, and took away her purse containing the said letters and 16 pence black Tours, by reason of which throwing, the child whereof she was pregnant died and was born abortive. Pardon therefore to him of the death and of the said trespasses and of his abjuration of the above islands. By p.s.

Dec. 8. Burstwick,

Mandate to Coppus Cotenne and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, receivers of the new custom of 40d. on wool and wool-fells and of ½ mark a last of hides, granted by merchants strangers and aliens over and above the old custom, to deliver 500l. out of the said custom to Coluchius Bellard and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Bellardi who are making purveyances for the great wardrobe, and to take a receipt for the same. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

Dec. 10. Burstwick.

Safe-conduct for Richard de Nassington, king's clerk, going to Gascony on the king's affairs.

Dec. 12. Thornton on Humber.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Chetwode priory to Roger de Lynham, one of the canons, elected prior thereof. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. By p.s.

Dec. 5. Burstwick.

Pardon, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, to Robert Tillol for acquiring in fee a messuage and 14 acres of land in Kirkandres and a sixth part of the manor of Kirkelevygton of Patrick Trump, who held them in chief, by reason whereof they were taken into the king's hands, and licence for him to have them again.

Dec. 9. Burstwick.

Presentation of Adam de Wardore, chaplain, to the church of Baghurst in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see.

Dec. 11. Paull ? (Pouleflet).

The like of John de Sherston to the church of Athynton, in the same diocese.

Dec. 12. Thornton on Humber.

The like of Peter le Colingburn to the church of Ivyngho in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see of Winchester; directed to J. bishop of Lincoln. By p.s.

Dec. 9. Burstwick.

Pardon to Simon de Wakfeld for the death of Agnes daughter of Thomas Knac of York, as it appears by the record of Roger le Brabazon and his fellows, justices appointed to hold pleas before the king, that he killed her by misadventure. By p.s.

Dec. 3. Burstwick.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, for William de Mortuo Mari to grant in fee simple to Isabella de Mortuo Mari the manor of Little Wodeham, co. Essex, and the advowson of the church thereof which are held in chief, for her to re-grant to him, for life, with reversion to her and her heirs. By p.s.

Dec. 4. Burstwick.

Grant, for life, to Thomas de Caumvill, king's yeoman, in extension of letters patent of 10 November, 28 Edward I. granting to him, for life, the manor of Bukyngfeld, co. Kent, which Anne de Camvill his mother, deceased, held of the king for life, of 25 acres and a moiety of a mill in Brenchesle and Bukyngfeld which are appurtenant to the said manor, and have come to the king by the death of Thomas de Crevequer and Felicia his wife, who held them for life: also the advowson of the free chapel of the manor of Bukingfeld, at a rent for the whole of 20l. a year at the Exchequer. By p.s.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by William Gra of York before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for Philip le Lardiner of Skelton to enfeoff the said William of a meadow called 'Corteburn' and a wood called 'Hordrum' in Skelton in Galtres, which are held in chief, which contain 30 acres by the forest perch.

Dec. 23. Welton.

Simple protection, for four years, for Robert de Barkeworth, going to the land of Jerusalem. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Dec. 15. Newsham. (Newsome.)

Presentation of Geoffrey de Stokes to the church of Brightwell, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see of Winchester; directed to S. bishop of Salisbury. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 21.

Dec. 24. Lincoln.

Letters for Nigel le Brun, executor of the will of Robert de Bree, staying in Ireland, nominating Geoffrey de Morton and Hugh de Beston his attorneys for one year.

Dec. 10. Thornton on Humber.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a writing dated London, the feast of Thomas the Apostle, 26 Edward I. whereby John de Warenna, late earl of Surrey, tenant in chief, granted to Peter le fiz Thomas, for his service and for staying with the earl before all others, 12 marks of rent, for life, by the hands of the 'provost' of Dorkyngg, out of the issues of the earl's mills of Dorkyngg. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Dec. 24. Lincoln.

Presentation of Theobald de Thingden to the church of Elyndon, void by the resignation of Robert de Harwedon, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see of Winchester; directed to S. bishop of Salisbury. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Dec. 15. Newsome.

The like of John de Tubbeneye to the church of Wodynton, in the diocese of Winchester, void by the resignation of Geoffrey de Stokes, and in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of William le Latymer, tenant in chief, being in the king's hands. By p.s.

Dec. 23. Lincoln.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Godestowe abbey to Matilda de Upton, the prioress, elected abbess. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants.

Dec. 23. Nettleham.

Adamde Hida and Ralph de Caune, canons of St. Swithin's, Winchester, bringing news of the death of J. their bishop, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Dec. 26. Lincoln.

Letters for Master William de Pykering, archdeacon of Nottingham, going to the court of Rome with Master William de Grenefeld, archbishop elect of York, the chancellor, nominating William de Bergh parson of the church of Thornton and Alexander de Bergh his attorneys until Michaelmas.

Protection with clause volumus for him.

Letters for Hugh de Bruges, going with the said archbishop elect, nominating John de Ellerker and Roger Holeys.

Dec. 24. Lincoln.

Signification to the Pope of the royal assent to the election of the said archbishop elect.

The like to the assembly of cardinals.

Dec. 26. Lincoln.

Simple protection, for one year, for Margaret, late the wife of Richard Blok of Lincoln.

Dec. 28. Lincoln.

Writ of aid, for one year, for Stephen le Meu, sent by John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, to make purveyances of cloth, grocery, and other things for the wardrobe.

Dec. 25. Lincoln.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Michaelmas, for Master William de Grenefeld, dean of the church of Holy Trinity, Cicestre, the chancellor, going to the court of Rome.

The like for Roger de Manserve, going with Master William de Pykering, archdeacon of Nottingham, in the company of the said Master William.

Letters for the said Roger, nominating. William de Bergh, parson of the church of Thornton, and Alexander de Bergh his attorneys for that period.

Dec. 25. Lincoln.

Hugh de Mortuo Mari and Ralph de Leycestre, canons of Haghemon abbey, which is of the advowson of Edmund son and heir of Richard son of Alan, earl of Arundel, tenant in chief, and is in the king's custody by reason of the minority of the said Edmund, bringing news of the cession of Gilbert de Caumpeden, their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

Dec. 28. Lincoln.

Letters for Master William de Grenfeld dean of the church of Holy Trinity, Chichester, the chancellor, going to the court of Rome, nominating Richard de Cautz and Stephen de Bella Aqua his attorneys for two years.

Dec. 26. Lincoln.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for the following, going with the said chancellor :— Hugh de Bruges.

John de Wynton.

The like, until the Purification, for Robert de Clyfford, going to Scotland on the king's service. By K.

Dec. 30. Lincoln.

Simple protection, for two years, for William de Bevercote, the chancellor of Scotland, staying there on the king's service.

Dec. 24. Lincoln.

Pardon to John Schau of Pessale in Stafford gaol, for the death of William de Pessale, as it appears by the record of Robert de Bures and Roger de Bella Fago, justices lately appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Dec. 29. Lincoln.

Letters for Geoffrey de Leziniaco, staying beyond seas, nominating William de Parys his attorney in Ireland until a year after Michaelmas.

Nov. 26. Lincoln.

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Henry de Appelby, parson of the church of Tyverinton, going to the court of Rome with Master William de Grenefeld, archbishop elect of York. By K.

The like for William son of Robert de Grenefeld until Michaelmas.

The like, for one year, for Robert de Bluntesdon, parson of the church of Neuton on Coteswolde.

Letters for the latter, nominating Master Peter de Caldewell and John de Ellerker his attorneys.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Master William de Grenefeld, archbishop elect of York, the chancellor, going to the court of Rome on the affairs of his election, and for his household [unfinished].

Dec. 30. Lincoln.

Presentation of Henry de Exonia to the church of Bliston, in the diocese of Exeter, void by the resignation of Robert de Berkhamstede. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

The like of Robert de Berkhamstede, to the church of Calistok, in the same diocese, void by the resignation of the said Henry. By K. on the like information.

Dec. 31. Lincoln.

The like of Adam de Osgoteby to the church of Basingham, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the minority of the heir of Peter son of Peter de Gousle, tenant in chief. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede

Dec. 29. Lincoln.

Grant to Master John de Kenleye, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wyghton, in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

1305. Jan. 1. Lincoln.

Presentation of Walter de Lyveden to the church of Rokyngham, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master William de Wodeford. By K. on the information of Luke de Wodeford,

Jan. 2. Lincoln.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, by John de Swafham and Simon his brother, chaplains, for the alienation in mortmain of divers parcels of land in Swafham to the said chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the chapel of Swafham of John de Britannia the elder for the souls of the said John and of Beatrice his wife and their successors by the following persons :— John de Britannia the elder.

Walter de Asshewellethorp and Isabella his wife.

Walter de Suthwelle.

Godfrey de Northwelle.

Thomas de Cruce.

Sarra de Stowe.

Richard de Brakene.

John son of Robert Attewelle.

William de Stowe and Margery his wife.

John Draper.

William de Suthgate.

Owen de Cleye.

Benedict son of Roger le Provost and Sibyl his wife.

William son of Richard de Estgate.

Walter de Rughham and Sarra his wife,

Benedict Bonamy.

Godfrey de Northwell.

William de Whitsond.

Andrew le Den.

William Nel.

John Whetebred.

Cristiana Ray.

Robert Dowel.

Jan. 4. Lincoln.

Letters for Emelina Longespee, staying in England, nominating Jordan de Coventre and John Clement her attorneys in Ireland for three years. By p.s.

Jan. 2. Lincoln.

The like for Laurence de Sancto Mauro, staying in England, nominating Master John de Kenleye his attorney in Ireland for one year.

Jan. 3. Lincoln.

Simple protection, for four years, for William le Breton, going to the parts of Jerusalem. By K.

Jan. 3. Lincoln.

Pardon to Alexander de Cheveroyl for acquiring, for life, from Hugh de Sancto Philiberto, lately deceased, the manor of Westwell and 53s. 4d. rent in Thormerton, which are held in chief, with licence for him to retain the same. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Jan. 6. Lincoln.

Pardon to John Lawarre, kinsman and one of the two heirs of John Tregoz, tenant in chief, of what pertains to the king of the relief of his purparty. By K. on the like information.

The like to William de Grandisono and Sibyl his wife, daughter and the other heir of John Tregoz, of the relief of her purparty.

On the like information.

Jan. 4. Lincoln.

Pardon to Richard le Forester of Colton in Rydale, in York gaol for the death of John Caune of Esingwald, 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.

MEMBRANE 20.

Jan. 5. Lincoln.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for the alienation in mortmain by William de Notingham to the prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln of 2 tofts and 8 bovates of land in Coleby by Lincoln.

Jan. 7. Lincoln.

Simple protection, for four years, for William de Barkeworthe, going with Robert de Barkeworthe to the parts of Jerusalem. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Jan. 1. Lincoln.

Licence, in order that they may have the king specially commended in their prayers, for the alienation in mortmain by William de Neubald and Alice his wife to the abbot and convent of Neuhus of 3 acres of land in Little Lymbergh and the advowson of a sixth part of the church of Broklosby. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Jan. 3. Lincoln.

The like by Robert son of Robert de Routheclive to the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, of a messuage and 2½ bovates of land in Routheclive by York.

Jan. 3. Lincoln.

Grant to Coppus Cotenne and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, that if it shall seem expedient and the king be advised to demise, at a fixed yearly rent, the office of the receivership of the king's land in Gascony to any aliens, they shall be preferred before others to have it as the council shall ordain.

Jan. 2. Lincoln.

Grant to William de Melton, king's clerk, of the prebend of Crophull and Oxton, in the church of St. Mary, Suthwell, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Mandate in pursuance to the chapter.

Jan. 3. Lincoln.

Presentation of Richard de Wardyngton to the vicarage of the church of Estmune, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of that see.

1304. Dec. 29. Lincoln.

The like of Peter de Abyton to the church of Stepelmordon, in the diocese of Ely, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see of Winchester. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Jan. 1. Lincoln.

Pardon, at the instance of Robert de Bardelby, king's clerk, to Alice, late the wife of Thomas de Helghton, for receiving and sending Master Hugh Duket, William le Sumter, William le Squier, John Steel and Robert de Sheffield, who are indicted of the death of Thomas son of Robert Hillesent of Great Ringestede, and aiding and ordering the said death. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Jan. 4. Lincoln.

Pardon to Walter de Fauconberge son and heir of Walter de Fauconberge, tenant in chief, of his relief on the lands that descend to him by the death of his father. By p.s.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to discharge him thereof.

1304. Dec. 30. Lincoln.

Grant to Alesia daughter of William de Warenna and niece of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, of the fine, forfeiture, and whatever may belong to the king touching the marriage of Edmund son and heir of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundel, tenant in chief; the late earl of Surrey, to whom the king granted the marriage of the heirs of the earl of Arundel, having offered her to the said Edmund, who refused her. By K. on the information of A. bishop of Durham.

Dec. 30. Lincoln.

Grant to Roger son and heir of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody, that when he comes of age, he may pay off his father's debts at the Exchequer at the rate of 20l. a year, as his father had permission to do. By K. on the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

1305. Jan. 6. Lincoln.

Pardon to Ralph de Grendon, of a moiety of the debts in which he is bound at the Exchequer, both those of his ancestors and his own, and licence for him to pay off the other moiety at the rate of 20 marks a year. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Jan. 2. Lincoln.

Grant to Edmund de Cornubia, king's yeoman and kinsman, of the custody, during the minority of Matilda and Elizabeth, daughters and heirs of Brian de Brumpton, tenant in chief, of the lands late of the said Brian.

Jan. 7. Lincoln.

Pardon to Robert son of Nicholas de Carleton and Matilda his wife of their outlawry for non-appearance before the king on a plea of trespass of Thomas son of Walter Ovre the Gate, they having found before the king in the Chancery John de Wytington of the county of Nottingham and Walter de Thorp of the county of Lincoln, as their mainpernors to have them before the king a week after the Purification to answer the said plea, if the said Thomas wish to proceed against them. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Jan. 10. Lincoln.

Pardon to Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and Joan his wife of 340l. 5s. prests made to the said Joan in the wardrobe, by the keeper thereof, to wit, 200l. in the 26th year, and 140l. 5s. in the 27th year. By p.s.

Jan. 10. Lincoln.

The like to Alexander de Fryvill of 162l. 9s. 10d. debts due from him at the Exchequer. By p.s.

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

Jan. 11. Lincoln.

Presentation of William Prykkelove, chaplain, to the church of Hathiton, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see.

At the instance of Master W. de Grenefeld, who testifies that the church is not worth more than 10 marks.

Jan. 5. Lincoln.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Richard de Morpath of 8 messuages, 4 tofts and 24 acres of land in Morpath to certain chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the chapel of All Saints by the bridge of Morpath for the souls of himself, his ancestors and all the faithful dead. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Memorandum that by writ of privy seal the king commanded W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, to deliver in the presence of those of the council who were at Westminster the great seal then in the custody of Sir John de Benstede, under the seals of Adam de Osgodeby and Robert de Bardelby, to Sir William de Hamelton, dean of York, selected by the king to be his chancellor, and the said John, on Saturday after Hilary, to wit, 16 January, 33 Edward I. in the little Exchequer at Westminster, delivered it to the bishop under the seals of the said Adam and Robert and in their presence and in the presence of Sirs Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor, John de Insula and Master Richard de Abyndon, barons, and Hugh de Notingham, one of the remembrancers of the Exchequer; and the bishop then and there on behalf of the king delivered it to the said Sir William de Hamelton, who received it into his own hands, and on the same day after dinner sealed a writ with it for Master William de Grenefeld, archbishop elect of York.

Jan. 16. Swaton. (Swaveton.)

Appointment of John de Insula, Walter de Gloucestre, Ralph de Sandwico, Master William de Haustede and Adam de Brom to audit the account of the receipts and disbursements made by the following subcollectors of the tenth imposed on the clergy of England for three years with the king's assent by Pope Boniface VIII. The Pope granted a moiety to the king, and reserved the other moiety if he survived the said three years, in aid of the church of Rome; but if he died or made peace in the war touching the realm of Sicily he granted that the king should have the residue from the date of his death or of the making of the said peace. The sub-collectors, to wit, the abbots and convents of Waltham, Reding, Furnais, Faversham, St. Edmunds, Oseney, Langeleye in Norfolk, Colecestre, Certeseye, St. Mary's, York, Seleby, Newminster, Cokersand, Burton on-Trent, Gloucester, Hide, Winchester, Shireburn, Glastonbury, Kermerdyn, Wygemore and Valle Crucis, and the priors and convents of Ely, Bernewell, Kenilworth, Rochester, St. Gregory's, Canterbury, Carlisle, Thurgerton, St. Catherine's without Lincoln, Lanceveton, St. Nicholas, Exeter and Lanthony Prima, and the deans and chapters of Hereford, Chichester, Bangor and Exeter were lately commanded to levy all arrears and have them at Westminster on the days appointed in their writs and to appear themselves or send sufficiently instructed persons to make account and to do and receive what the king's court should consider in the matter. The above persons are accordingly appointed to audit the account and to do whatever is enjoined in the matter by the king and council.

Jan. 12. Lincoln.

Letters for the abbot of St. Martin's, Séez, staying beyond seas, nominating Adam le Bel and William Hauek his attorneys for two years.

Jan. 13. Lincoln.

Presentation of John de Buselingthorp to the church of St. Giles, Wynchelse, in the diocese of Chichester.

Jan. 15. Navenby.

The like of William de Wermynton to the church of Waldyngham, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of John de Wauton, tenant in chief.

It is testified by W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield that the church does not exceed 6 marks a year by its true value.

Signification to W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield of the royal assent to the election of Richard de Brock, canon of Kenilworth, to be abbot of Haghemon, which is of the advowson of Edmund son and heir of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundel, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody. By p.s.

Membrane 19 (Schedule).

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Grant, in fee simple, to John le Colyer of Lyndeby, of 30 acres by the perch of 21 feet in the hay of Lyndeby in a place of Radewelsik towards Hannesleihagh on the west in the forest of Shirewode, co. Nottingham, at a rent at the Michaelmas Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of 10s. a year, at which they were arrented by Richard Oysel, with licence to enclose the same with a dyke and hedge according to the assize of the forest and to bring them into cultivation, and with free ingress and egress for his beasts. By bill of the Exchequer.

April 10. Westminster.

The like to John de Handlo of 401 acres 1½ roods in the forest of Bernewode, co. Buckingham, at a rent of 3d. an acre by the hands of the sheriff at the Michaelmas Exchequer, at which they were respectively arrented by William Trussel and John de Crokesle, John Abel and Robert de Harewedon, Walter de Gloucestre and William de Hardene, to wit:—

17 acres in a place (loco) called Merdescombe by Mosewell.

100 acres in a place (placea) called Hallehulle by Lutegarshale.

59½ acres 1 rood in a place called Costowe.

65½ acres 1 rood in a place called Lathemede.

20 acres 1½ roods in a place called La Wecche by Lutegarshale.

138½ acres in a place called Les Clers, Lutegarshal. By bill of the Exchequer.

April 9.

The like to Hugh le Despenser of 472 acres in the forest of Melkesham, co. Wilts, at a rent of 118s. at which they are arrented by William Trussel, to wit, 182 acres under the town of Sende in length between the wood called Coufaud and Berehille; 70 acres at Berehille and 220 acres in a place called Coufaud. By bill of the said John.

MEMBRANE 19.

Jan. 11. Lincoln.

Presentation of William Prykkelove, chaplain, to the church of Hanyton, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of that see.

At the instance of Master W. de Grenefeld, who testifies that it does not exceed the value of 10 marks a year.

Jan. 12. Lincoln.

Letters for Edmund le Butiller, staying in Ireland, nominating Thomas le Butiller and Henry de Tameworthe his attorneys for one year.

Jan. 16. Swaton.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Oxford, and in consideration of a fine made by the master in the Chancery, for Hugh de Scales, Geoffrey de Heghham and John de Borham, executors of the will of Master William Burnel, sometime provost of Wells, to assign in fee simple to the master and scholars of the house of Balliol, Oxford, nine shops in Oxford which are held of the king, and a messuage there, bequeathed to them in the will of the said Master William.

Jan. 19. Bridgend (Villa SanctiSalvatoris).

John de Henton and John de Odecombe, monks of Muchelnye, bringing news of the death of R. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

1304. June 11. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of Robert, abbot of Bardeneye, to the following persons, who were attached for resisting the sheriff of Lincoln when the king, at the request of John, bishop of Lincoln, commanded him to remove the lay force which maintained itself in the church of Bardeneye to prevent the bishop from exercising his spiritual office in that church, to wit, Robert de Baston, Simon de Edlington, Simon Merle, Robert le Leche, William le Charpenter, Hugh Williamesman, John le Curtiler, Robert le Fannere, Simon de Offyngton, Geoffrey le Venur, Geoffrey le Porter, Philip le Porter, Stephen le Provost, Stephen le Plummer, Gilbert le Waite, Thomas Ildedy. Gocelin le Forester, John Hardladde, William Williamesman the Wrighte, Robert le Mareschal, Thomas Godard, William de Askeby, Nicholas Belle, John Joye the elder, Geoffrey Jonesfelagh, Joye, Geoffrey le Messager, Thomas Aunsel, Master John de Maldon and Hugh Adamesman de Gauut, By p.s.

1305. Jan. 15. Navenby.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the custody during the minority of the heirs of the lands late of Hugh de Sancto Phileberto, tenant in chief, with their marriages, in compensation of the custody of a moiety of the lands, with the marriage of the elder daughter of Hugh de Mortuo Mari (of the whole of whose linds she had the custody) which the king, with her consent, transferred to Thomas de By kenore. By K. with information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield,

Jan. 12.

Lincoln.

Mandate to the dean and chapter of the king's free chapel of Hastinges to assign a stall in the choir and a place in the chapter to Nicholas Fermbaud, king's clerk, who was presented to the church of Westthurrok, which is a prebend of that chapel, by W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, by virtue of his custody of the lands late of Bartholomew de Brianzun and admitted by R. late bishop of London.

Jan. 22. Spalding.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John son of Walter de Upton to the abbot and convent of Cirencestre of a messuage and two virgates of land in Latton.

Jan. 24. Tydd.

Safe-conduct, for two years, for John de Thorp, friar of the order of Preachers, of the province of England, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Spalding.

The like, for one year, for the men whom the prior of St. Mary's, Carlisle, is sending in a ship to Ireland for victuals for the maintenance of the prior and convent.

Jan. 22. Spalding.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by John son of Robert de Husum to the prior and convent of Newstead on Ancolne, of a toft, 18 acres ½ rood of land, 2 acres 3 roods of meadow in Husum in Cadenay and by William Talun of a toft and 4 acres of land there.

Jan. 24. Tydd.

Letters for Master Bartholomew de Sutton, staying in Ireland, nominating Geoffrey de Sutton and Fulk Juliani his attorneys for one year.

Jan. 24. Tydd.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for Andrew Brouderlam, burgess of Ypres, notwithstanding the proclamation recently made by the king, at the request of Philip king of France, for all the Flemish enemies of the latter to retire from the realm before Midsummer, as it appears by letters patent which the king has inspected that the said Andrew is not an enemy of the king of France, but comes and goes as he pleases in that realm. The term is extended by the counsel and assent of the treasurer.

Jan. 22. Spalding.

Letters for Geoffrey de Leciniaco, staying beyond seas, nominating Nicholas Senne, clerk, his attorney, until a year after Michaelmas. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Spalding.

The like for the prior of Bisshemede, going beyond seas, nominating Ralph de Catworth until Hilary. By fine made before the treasurer.

Jan. 24. Tydd.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for Henry Naes, of Flemish extraction, in the same terms as Henry Brouderlam.

Jan. 26. Wisbeach.

Letters for Nicholas de Carreu, going to Ireland, nominating Robert Beudyn and William Adam his attorneys for one year.

Jan. 29. Hillington.

Signification to R. archbishop of Canterbury of the royal assent to the election of Henry, prior of St. Swithin's, Winchester, to be bishop of that place. By p.s.

Jan. 29. Hillington.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior at the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by John de Heselarton to the prior and convent of Malton of eight bovates of land in Neuton by Wyntringham.

Feb. 1. Walsingham.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Haghemon abbey (which is of the advowson of Edmund son and heir of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundel, tenant in chief, and in the king's custody by reason of his minority) to Richard de Brok, canon of Kenilworth, elected abbot.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Safe-conduct for Reginald de Thunderle, citizen and merchant of London, appointed to make purveyances of cloth for the great Wardrobe, during pleasure.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by Hugh, prior of Great Malvern, for the prior and convent to retain a messuage, a mill and an acre of land in Quatte, which Richard predecessor of the said Hugh acquired in mortmain without licence by feoffment of Roger son of Alan de Quatte, for which reason it was taken into the king's hands.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Pardon, in consideration of a fine made by William Cosyn of London before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Essex, to the said William, Emma his wife and William their son, for acquiring the manor of Great Sutton in the hundred of Rocheford, except 40s. rent therein and the advowson of the church of the manor, which manor, except the said rent and advowson, was held by Elias de Chelmeresford and Isabella his wife, in dower of the latter, of the king as of the barony of Reylegh, of the inheritance of Thomas son of Thomas de Stodham, and was granted by the said Elias and Isabella to the said William, Emma and William for the life of Isabella, and afterwards quit-claimed to them in fee simple by the said Thomas, who also enfeoffed them of the said 40s. rent and advowson.

MEMBRANE 18.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Robert son of Walter de Sautre and John de Sutton to the abbot and convent of Rammeseye of a messuage, three mills and 40 acres of land in Bernewell and Crowethorp.

Feb. 1. Walsingham.

Revocation of the presentation on 11 January last of William Priklove to the church of Hanynton, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see, and presentation thereto of John de Sherston, who was presented on 11 December last to the church of Hathinton by mistake of the name.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Presentation of Richard de Alresford to the church of Gratele, in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Warin Mauduyt, tenant in chief.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by Richard de Berlay son and heir of Robert de Berlay, tenant in chief, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, for the said Richard to build a weir 50 feet long across the water of Use in his fee of Berlay, on condition that it do not reach the middle of the stream and that ships have room to pass between the weir and the bank.

Pardon to Adam Durdent, parson of the church of St. Mary, Maydewell, in consideration of a fine made by him in the chancery, for acquiring in mortmain a toft in Maydewell by feoffment of. .. Seyton for him and his successors to find two candles burning in that church at the celebration of the mass, which toft was taken into the king's hands for the said trespass, and licence for him to have it again.

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 de Felton to the prior and convent of St. Mary's, Carlisle, of a messuage, 50 acres of land and 8 acres of meadow in Wyden.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Pardon, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to the abbot and convent of Cluny for acquiring in mortmain of John de Offord and Isabella his wife two mills and the site of a mill in Offord Cluny.

Feb. 10. Bury St. Edmunds.

Letters for Bertrand, abbot of Cluny, staying beyond seas, nominating Hugh de Verreyo, his fellow-monk, and William Franciscy de Eythona his attorneys for three years.

Feb. 9. Thetford.

Licence for John, bishop of Llandaff, to appropriate the church of Newland, co. Gloucester, in the forest of Dene, in the diocese of Hereford, the advowson whereof he has by the king's gift.

Feb. 14. Wilbraham.

Nicholas le Botiller, chancellor of the church of Ferns, and William de Braybrok, clerk, bringing news of the death of S[imon] their bishop. have letters of licence to elect.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, and Master Thomas Cantok, chancellor of Ireland, or the persons supplying their places, to restore the temporalities to the person elected, 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 or drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

Feb. 10. Bury St. Edmunds.

Pardon to Adam Bernard for the death of Thomas Basset, as it appears by inquisition returned into the chancery made by Roger Brabazun and Robert de Wyvill that he struck him on the shield at some jousts at Leycestre and the lance glanced off and struck Thomas in the belly. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede before W. de Grenefeld late chancellor.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Presentation of John de Burn to the church of Hoghton, in the diocese of Winchester, void by the resignation of Theobald de Thynden, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see. By p.s.

Feb. 14. Wilbraham.

The like of Hugh son of Richard de Byrtton to the church of Shrewardyn, in the diocese of Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Richard son of Alan, late earl of Arundel, tenant in chief. At the instance of Mary the king's daughter.

Feb. 19. Standon.

Letters of credence for Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, as to certain business to be done touching certain personas dwelling in the castle of Oxford.

Feb. 19. Standon.

Pardon, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, to Alice de Sancto Marco of her outlawry, because she could not be found under the following circumstances. William de Swinithwait recovered before Ralph de Hengham and his fellows, justices of the Bench at York, by judgment of the court, seisin of common of pasture in Leyburne belonging to his free tenement in that town, against Cicely, late the wife of Robert de Insula, Richard de Wodington, Elias Dalman and Isabella his wife, Richard de Brettevill, Alice, late the wife of Richer le Wayende, Elizabeth, late the wife of Richard de Ryboef, Richard son of Richard de Leyburne, the said Alice, Robert de Overton and Alice his wife, John de Aldeburgh, John de Cleseby, Maurice Scot and Ralph Doget; and because the disseisin was done by force it was considered by the said justices that they should be taken and committed to gaol ; but Alice was not to be found, and was therefore outlawed. This pardon is granted on condition that she surrender to gaol and do what is just in the matter. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

The like to Elizabeth, late the wife of Richard de Ryboef. By K. on the like information.

Feb. 21. Ware.

Presentation of Master John de la Funtaigne to two parts of the church of Attleburgh, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief. By K.

Feb. 21. Ware.

Pardon to Reginald son of Richard de Penres, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, for acquiring in fee simple 3s. 7¾d. rent in Landewynnek and the advowson of the church of St. Cross, Keryer, from Master Philip de Sancto Austolo, sometime archdeacon of Winchester, who held them in chief.

Feb. 2. Walsingham.

Licence for John de Segrave the elder to crenellate his manor of Calvedon, co. Warwick. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 17.

Feb. 19. Standon.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Salop, for John son of John son of Philip to enfeoff Roger de la Lee, clerk, of a moiety of the manor of Quatte, which is held in chief, for the latter to grant to the said John and Sarra his wife for life, with remainder to Joan daughter of John de Wauton, notwithstanding that the king will lose the custody and marriage of Roger son and heir of Thomas Corbet, kinsman and one of the heirs of the said John, to whom a moiety of the said moiety would descend after the death of the said John, if the latter died seized of it.

Letters for the abbess of Rummeseye, by reason of her infirmity, nominating Roger Baudet and Roger de Presland her attorneys for three years.

Feb. 19. Standon.

Writ of aid directed to the knights, freeman and whole commonalty of the liberty of the Cinque Ports, for John de Northwode and Robert de Burghersh, warden of the Cinque Ports, appointed to assess and levy the fifteenth on moveables which they, like the rest of the realm, granted to the king in the Parliament at Lincoln, in the 29th year, and which was to be

taxed on the moveables possessed at Michaelmas in that year, according to the form provided by the king, earls, barons and others, as well in the king's company as in that of his son in the Scotch expedition.

March 1. Westminster.

Signification to W. bishop of Bath and Wells of the royal assent to the election of John de Henton, sacristan of Muchelnye, to be abbot thereof.

March 1. Westminster.

John de Sancto Leophardo, precentor of the church of Chichester, Henry de Gerlaunde, chancellor thereof, Henry de Guldford and William de Dale, canons thereof, bringing news of the death of G[ilbert] their bishop, have letters of licence to elect, the dean being in foreign parts.

March 2. Westminster.

Pardon to Geoffrey son of Geoffrey de Brethenham, in Bury St. Edmund's gaol for the death of Bartholomew son of Agatha de Semere, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and Robert de Reydon that he killed him in self-defence. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

March 2. Westminster.

Confirmation of a sale, made in pursuance of a power thereto, by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to Richard de la Lynde, for 50 marks, of the custody during the minority of Nigel son and heir of William de Broy, tenant in chief, of the lands late of the said William in Aylineton, co. Hereford, with the marriage of the heir, to the use of Henry de Bello Monte, to whom the king granted 200l. out of custodies and marriages.

March 16. Westminster.

The like, in like terms, of a sale to John Moriz, for 12l., of the custody of two parts of the lands late of John de la Doune.

Feb. 19. Standon.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by the master of the hospital of St. Leonard's, York, for the alienation in mortmain to the master and brethren by the following persons of the following lands :—

John Sampson, a messuage in York.

John Wyles, the like.

John de Warthhill, the like.

Richard de Stockeld, 2 tofts, 42 acres of land and 10 acres of meadow in Stockeld.

Ralph de Stockeld, 3 acres of land there.

Also licence for John de Lemyng to assign to them 3½ acres of land and a rood of meadow in Eskelby in exchange for 2½ acres of land and 5s. 6d. rent there.

March 1. Westminster.

Presentation of Richard de Clopton to the church of Chippestaple, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Muchelnye.

March 3. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by Robert de la Burghe before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for John de Bello Campo of Fifhide, to grant in fee simple to the said Robert and Margery his wife the manor of Stapelye, co. Southampton, which is held in chief.

March 2. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of like fine and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, for Robert Basset of Risshton to enfeoff Thomas son of Robert Basset of Risshton and Margery his wife of a messuage, 60 acres of land and 10 marks of rent in Netherhaddon which are held in chief, with reversion to Robert ; notwithstanding that if Robert died leaving his heir a minor the king would lose the custody and marriage of the heir.

March 8. Westminster.

Letters for Joan, abbess of Waterbeche, of the order of St. Clare, nominating Stephen de Clopton and Robert Barnard her attorneys for 5 years.

March 4. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Hugh le Despenser justice of the Forest this side Trent, for William de Sutton to fell and sell the great trees and underwood of 7 acres by the forest perch in his wood of Lamburn which is within the metes of the forest of Essex, as it appears that there is not a frequent repair of the deer there. By C.

Memorandum that this grant was made to him that he might apply the money arising therefrom in part payment of his debts at the Exchequer.

March 5. Westminster.

Grant to Peter de Shevyndon, king's chaplain, of the deanery of the free chapel of St. Mary, Shrewsbury. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Salop.

Writ de intendendo to the canons.

March 10. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for the men whom the abbot of Holmcoltram is sending with two of his ships to Ireland for corn and other victuals for the maintenance of bis house.

March 8. Westminster.

Presentation of Philip Cok, chaplain, to the church of Siston, in the diocese of Worcester.

March 7. Westminster.

Grant to Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wyghton in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the archbishopric. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

March 6. Westminster.

Letters for Peter le Sabaudia, dean of St. Martin's le Grand, London, staying beyond seas, nominating Brechetus de Durchoysy and Walter de Seisiriaco his attorneys for three years. By p.s.

March 10. Westminster.

Grant to Nicholaa de Clifton, kinswoman of Laurence de Sancto Mauro, deceased, of the custody of the lands in Little Rihill, late of Henry de Parva Rihill, tenant in chief, during the minority of John his son and heir, with the marriage of the said John. [Mem. de Parl. p. 39.] By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 16.

March 10. Westminster.

Presentation of William de Wermenistre to the chapel of Asserton, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Robert Walerand, tenant in chief.

March 8. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by John de Burnedissh before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for John de Lenham to demise for life to the said John a moiety of the manor of Morton, which is held in chief.

March 10. Westminster.

Pardon to Walter Hardheved of Cokermuth for the evasion of Michael Alde of Ireby from his custody in the gaol of Cokermuth castle, where he was in custody for a trespass in the county of Cumberland. [Mem. de Parl. p. 40.] By pet. of C.

March 10. Westminster.

Protection, with clause rogamus, for brother James de Monte Morulo, general attorney of the master and brethren of the hospital of St. James, Altopascio, in the diocese of Lucca, collecting, by the pope's indulgence, alms in churches once a year.

March 12. Westminster.

Mandate to Nicholas Fermbaud and Robert de Harghwedon, keepers of the bishopric of Winchester, to restore the temporalities to Henry de Merewell, prior of St. Swithin's, Winchester, elected bishop, and confirmed by R. archbishop of Canterbury.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

March 8. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriffs of London, for the friars of the Sack, London, to assign in fee simple their chapel in Colemanestre, London, which was lately the synagogue of the Jews, to Robert son of Walter, for him and his heirs to find two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily for the soul of Eleanor, sometime queen of England, the king's consort, and the souls of himself, his ancestors and all the faithful dead. By pet. of C.

March 13. Westminster.

Letters for Gerard de Wippains, staying beyond seas, nominating Eudric de Wippains and Thomas de Galewey his attorneys for two years.

March 10. Westminster.

The like for John de Benteley, staying in England, nominating Peter de Todyngton and Henry Grey in Ireland for two years. By pet. of C. and by K. this time of his grace.

March 10. Westminster.

Pardon to William de Odyham, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for acquiring in fee simple 2 acres of land and 6 acres of meadow in Ashton from John de Ashton who held them in chief, for which trespass they were taken into the king's hands, and licence for him to have them again.

March 8. Westminster.

Pardon to John de Burbache, in the gaol of Old Sarum for the death of John Giffard, as it appears by the record of Salomon de Roffa and his fellows, justices last in eyre in the county of Wilts, that he killed him in selfdefence. By C.

March 12. Westminster.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the city of Norwich of murage for five years. By pet. of C.

March 12. Westminster.

Grant to Hugh le Despenser of what belongs to the king for the trespasses of John le Harpur in hunting in forests, parks and warrens and carrying away venison. By K. on the information of the said Hugh.

March 14. Westminster.

Pardon to Roger de Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, of all his debts to the king, whether his own or those of his ancestors, for arrears of farms or any other cause : saving to the king and his heirs 20,000l. sterling to be paid by the earl's next heir of his body on coming of age, as is contained in a chirograph between the king and the earl : and the executors of his will shall suffer no impediment in the free administration of his will by reason of the payment of this sum. By K.

March 13. Westminster.

Letters for the prior of Little Malverne, staying in England, nominating William de Lythyngton and Robert le Gardener his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

March 12. Westminster.

Grant to the scholars of the university of Cambridge that for all personal actions they may cite the burgesses and other lay persons of the municipality (municipii nostri) of Cambridge before the chancellor, and they shall not be hindered herein by the king's prohibition : to continue at the king's will.

Per peticionem de consilio et per idem consilium congregatum. [Mem. deParl. p. 36.]

March 12. Westminster.

Grant to the commonalty of the county of Dorset, on their petition that felonies remain unpunished in that county because there is no prison to chastise malefactors and they desire to build a gaol at their own cost in the town of Dorchester, that they may build such gaol. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 15.

March 12. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior at the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Blokeleye to the prior and convent of Coventre of two messuages and 7 acres of land in Coventre and Sowe, by William son of Edmund Attehalle of an acre of meadow in Franketon and by Robert Hoghel of 3 acres 1 rood of meadow in Scraptoft.

March 15. Westminster.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the city of Worcester of murage for five years. By K. and by pet. of C.

March 18. Westminster.

The like to Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, of murage and pavage for seven years for his town of Warwick. By pet. of 0.

March 14. Westminster.

Confirmation of a grant (made long before the publication of the statute of mortmain, as appears by information of the sheriff of Southampton returned into the Chancery) by John de Vernuz to the prior and convent of Seleburn of 20 acres of land in Estworldham and the advowson of the church of that town, which are held in chief. By fine made before the treasurer.

March 16. Westminster.

Presentation of Master John de Fonte to the church of Fallelegh, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see. By K. on the information of J. de Godele.

March 11.Westminster.

Grant to Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, notwithstanding the quit-claim which he made to the king of all his castles, towns, manors and tenements held by him in fee in England, except certain manors therein specified, that he may assign in fee simple to whomsoever he will the manor of Attelberghe which he demised for life to Ranulph de Monte Caniso before making the said quit-claim and which he omitted to except therefrom. By K.

March 14. Westminster.

Licence for the earl to grant the said manor in fee simple to Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer. By K.

March 13. Westminster.

Pardon to Robert de Tony son and heir of Ralph de Tony of 100 marks fine made by his father for a trespass, which are being exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. By p.s.

Jan. 12. Lincoln.

Letters for Adam de Normanvill, who is blind and impotent, nominating William de Querneby and Hugh le Clerk of Thribergh his attorneys for five years.

March 15. Westminster.

Grant to Robert de la Warde, steward of the household, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Walter de Hopton, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs.

March 20. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for the alienation in mortmain by William de Ros of Hamelac to the prior and convent of Newstead without Staunford, for the advowson of a moiety of the church of Greyngham, which is held in chief. By fine made before the treasurer.

Pardon to William son of John de Masseworth, in consideration of a fine made by him in the chancery, for acquiring in fee simple a messuage, 15 acres of land and 1½ acres of meadow in Edelesburgh and Northale, co. Buckingham, from John Em and Nicholaa his wife, who held them in chief.

March 19. Westminster.

Pardon to Richard de Refham, in Great Gernemuth gaol for the death of John Gune, as it appears by the record of William de Ormesby and Richard de Walsingham, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he kilted him in self-defence.

March 16. Westminster.

The like to Richard de Aston, in Walyngford gaol for the death of John de Cornubia, as it appears by the record of Roger de Suthcote and Richard de Wyndesore, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Footnotes

  • 1. From this to the end, the entries are 'By bill of the said John.'