1325, membranes 36, 35, 34, 33, 32, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21

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1325, membranes 35, 34, 33, 32, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21

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MEMBRANE 36.

July 8. Westminster.

Presentation of Reginald de Evesham to the church of Depeden, in the diocese of London, void by the resignation of John de Hereford, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Humphrey de Bohun, late earl of Hereford and Essex, being in his hands.

Presentation of John Waryn, parson of the church of Gym[ingh]am, in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Eston, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Préaux being in his hands on an exchange of benefices with William de Walyngford.

Safe-conduct for Raymond de Sancto Crispino, dean of Limoges, going beyond seas.

Grant to Robert Darcy of the marriage of John son and heir of John de Argentein, tenant in chief, the king's ward. By K.

Mandate to William de Bereford to deliver to him the body of the said heir.

July 12. Westminster.

Power to Walter de Norwico for the affection which the king bore to John, late bishop of Norwich, in his lifetime, to grant the licence to elect for this turn, to the prior and convent of Norwich, when they shall ask for the same, that a bishop may be provided for them the more speedily and they be spared labour and expense. By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop, chief justice.

Vacated because below.

July 8. Westminster.

Presentation of John de Staunford, chaplain, to the church of Brampton by Dingele, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of St. Neot's being in his hands.

Presentation of Roger de Milton to the church of Stratforde Tony, in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of Walter Waleys, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Lyre being in his hands.

July 9. Westminster.

Power to Thomas Gray to receive into the king's peace all persons of the county of Northumberland and the parts adjacent who through poverty or other urgent necessity joined the Scots, enemies and rebels against the king. By K.

July 10. Westminster.

Letters for the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, to elect a bishop in the room of John their late bishop, on news brought by Robert de Ely, monk of the house, of the death of the said John, although they have not yet asked for licence by letter as is usual. By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop, chief justice.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 9. [Westminster.]

Licence for Robert de Farendon to grant in fee to Thomas de Farendon, the chief bailiwick of the county of Dorset, and the bedelries of the hundreds of Ridelane, Uggescombe, Goudrenethorne, Tolreford, Ekerdon and St. George, held in chief. By fine of 10 marks.

July 10. Westminster.

Mandate to the keepers of the ports of Suthampton, Poule, Portesmuth, Waymuth and Lyme to permit John de Karentylio, monk of the priory of St. Clement's, in the island of Jeresey, who is going to that island with the king's licence, to pass if he come to any of those ports.

July 17. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Walter de Honyburn of Evesham.

July 8. Westminster

Presentation of Roger de Oteby to the vicarage of the church of Darthyngton, in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Pontefract being in his hands.

July 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for John Peverel, staying in Gascony on the king's service. By K.

The like for Robert de Swyneburn, staying as above. By K.

July 16. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Tatham, parson of the church of Halughton.

The like for the following: —

William de Sonkey, parson of the church of Weryngton.

July 16. Tower of London.

Thomas de Collum, parson of the church of Wollavynton. Reginald de Evesham, parson of the church of Depeden. The prior of Brechon in Wales.

July 17. Tower of London.

Robert Poer, parson of the church of Adderdeleygh, staying in North Wales on the king's service, in the office of chamberlain of North Wales, has letters nominating John de Enefeld as his attorney in England for one year.

July 16. Tower of London.

Protection without clause volumus until All Saints for Godfrey de Rodeham, clerk, going by the king's command to France to make purveyances for him there. By testimony of the Steward.

The like for the following, going there in like manner:—

William de Useflete, parson of the church of Neuton.

Hugh Madefray.

John de Carleford.

Robert Albyn.

Peter de Smetheton.

William de Wateford.

John Nusun.

Richard Heyne.

Henry de Belton.

Richard de Rothyng, 'taverner.'

Robert de Thornham.

William son of Michael de Chepst[ed].

Walter de Bello Campo.

The like for the following going with the said Walter:

John Stoklond.

Richard de Walton, parson of the church of Peniston.

John de Wyngefeld.

William le Lardener of Flete.

July 20. Tower of London.

The said William has letters nominating John Whichelecher of Skernyng as his attorney until the said feast.

July 17. Tower of London.

Pardon to John son of Robert de la Sale of Bukton for the death of Peter de Northcreyk, chaplain, and of any consequent outlawry; on condition that he stand his trial if any one will proceed against him. By K.

July 16. Tower of London.

Pardon to John de Ceresy of Cretyng, chaplain, for the death of Robert de Stanham Anteg [an], as it appears by the record of John de Bousser and Hamo de Chigewell, justices assigned to deliver Neugate gaol, that he killed him in self-defence; on the above condition. By K.

July 16. Tower of. London.

Pardon to John son of Thomas de Heton—lately pardoned for the death of Adam de Rodum and John de Rodom and for all felonies before last Christmas on condition of his going to Gascony on the king's service in the next passage of the army—for not having so gone, as it appears that he was too infirm to go. By p.s.

July 18. Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for Master John de la Marche, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By K.

July 16. Tower of London.

Walter de Bello Campo, going to France on the king's service, has letters nominating William de Bradewell as his attorney in England until All Saints.

July 18.Tower of London.

The abbot of Cormeilles, staying beyond the seas, has the like nominating Master Richard Filleul, parson of the church of Arley, and Walter de Stallinge as above. By fine of 40s.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 20. Westminster.

Whereas Adam, prior of Lewes, on 19 July, in the king's nineteenth year, acknowledged in the Chancery that he owed the king 10,000l., payable at the Assumption, the king grants that the said recognizance shall be void if he and the convent by charter sealed with the seal of their chapter grant to Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, and Eleanor his wife the advowsons of the churches of Dewesbery and Wakefeld, co. York, with remainder to Gilbert their son and his heirs, by the morrow of St. Peter's Chains, and pay to the king's clerk, John de Wodeford 40 marks by that date, and cause him to have letters patent under the seal of their charters of a pension of 40l. yearly out of their house until provided by them with a benefice. By K.

Vacated because surrendered.

July 20. Tower of London.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Haselbeche, parson of the church of Ceryton.

MEMBRANE 35.

July 8. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Thunneyk, parson of the church of Menstreworth, constantly attendant on the king's service.

The like for Henry de Wygornia, parson of the church of Asshestede.

Robert son of Guy Cokerel of Ireland, going to Ireland, has letters nominating Robert son of Guy, and Roger de Frowyk as his attorneys in England for two years.

July 18. Westminster.

Grant for life to Richard de Skeryngton, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the hospital of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln. By K.

July 8. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Salopia, parson of the church of Swynnerton.

The like for :—

The prior of St. Oswald's, Nostell, parson of the church of Baumburgh.

July 10. Westminster.

The prior of Newstead without Staunford.

July 9. Westminster

The abbot of Whallay, for two years.

The abbot of Waltham Holy Cross.

July 19. Tower of London.

William Getour, for one year. By K. on the information of R. de Ayremynne.

John Curteys of Brantyngham, going beyond seas.

July 9. Tower of London.

Master Richard de Baldok, prebendary of Wyghton in the church of St. Peter, York.

John de Watenhull, parson of the church of Manyngton.

Robert le Frankelayne of Great Kynebell.

July 12. Westminster.

Robert atte Ry of Stokebery.

William de Spanneby, parson of the church of Wylughby.

July 13. Westminster.

Robert de Ely, monk of the house of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, bringing news of the death of John, late bishop of that place, has letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop.

July 10. Westminster.

Whereas James le Botiller, sometime citizen and draper of London, in the eleventh year of the king, in his testament in his last will after the publication of the statute of mortmain, bequeathed that after the death of Agnes his wife all that tenement of his, sometime of Walter de Loudeneston, father of Olive mother of the said James, in the parish of St. Mary Bothawe, with six shops annexed thereto and other appurtenances, of which shops four are situated in the above parish and two in the parish of St. John, Walebrok, also all that shop which he had by feoffment of Robert de Molton in Candelwykestrete, in the said parish of St. John, also all that tenement which he had in Candelwykestrate, in the said parish of St. Mary by sale of the executors of the will of Thomas Box, sometime citizen and roper (cordarius) of London, with three shops in the front part thereof, should remain to the prior and convent of the new hospital of St. Mary without Bisshopesgate, London, to find four chaplains, two of them to be canons of the said hospital, to celebrate divine service daily in the hospital, and two to be seculars to celebrate divine service daily in the said church of St. Mary Rothawe (sic), for the souls of the said James and Agnes, William his father, Olive his mother, Walter de Loudenestone and Christiana his wife, Paul le Botiller and the faithful departed, and also for the distribution yearly at the anniversary of the said James, to every sick person in the hospital 1d. of current money, without the king's licence; the king has pardoned the trespass herein and granted licence for the tenements to remain to the prior and convent after the death of the said Agnes.

July 11. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for Thomas de Hockele, staying on the king's service beyond seas with Queen Isabel.

July 12. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Raynton to the prior and convent of Tynemuth, in part satisfaction of the 10l. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire of 4 messuages and 70 acres 3 roods of land in Bacworth, Moreton, Whitely and Milneton, which are held of the prior and worth 13s. 8d. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c.

July 13. Westminster.

Presentation of John de Feloniis (or Felouns), parson of the church of Bygeneure, in the diocese of Chichester, to the church of Monks Horton, in the diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Horton being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with John de Wy.

July 15. Tower of London.

Writ of aid for John de Neusom, clerk, charged by the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey hay, oats, beans, litter and other necessaries for some of the king's horses in their custody. By K. on the information of the steward.

July 10. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Cosyn of Norwich of four stalls and 28s. of rent in Norwich to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich, for the soul of the said John, and the souls of his father and mother, and his successors and the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks.

July 16. Tower of London.

Presentation of Master Henry de Kirkeby, parson of the church of Wappenbury, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, to the church of Sharneford, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Kirkeby Monachorum being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with Master John de Kirkeby.

Presentation of the said Master John to the said church of Wappenbury, in the king's gift as above.

July 18. Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Robert Power, clerk, staying in Wales on the king's service.

July 12. Westminster.

Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in derogation of the judgement of the king's court of York, whereby Edward I. recovered against Francis Gaytani his presentation to the treasurership in the church of St. Peter, York, by reason of voidance of the archbishopric of York, and of his collation of the same to Walter de Bedewynde, king's clerk.

Mandate to mayors and others to arrest any persons prosecuting such appeals.

July 15. Tower of London.

Prohibition as above with respect to the collation by the present king to John de Denton, king's clerk, of the prebend of Morton, in the church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, lately void by the consecration of Master John de Ros, the last prebendary, to be bishop of Carlisle, in the time when the temporalities of the bishopric of Hereford, had been adjudged to him by reason of Adam de Orleton, bishop of Hereford, having been convicted in the court of King's Bench of adhesion to Roger de Mortuo Mari, a rebel. By K.

July 15. Westminster.

Mandate to mayors and others to arrest any persons prosecuting appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the church of St. Mary le Nangle, by reason of the priory of Pembroke being in his hands, which he received against the prior and Roger Knethele, and of his presentation of that church to Thomas de Cotingham, king's clerk.

July 18. Tower of London.

Presentation of Walter de Northfeld, parson of the church of Forton, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, to the church of Great Lynford, in the diocese of Lincoln; in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Edmund le Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief; on an exchange of benefices with Thomas de Heselwode.

MEMBRANE 34.

July 9. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Ford, in satisfaction of 40s. of the 10l. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire, to find a monk to celebrate divine service daily for the souls of Edward I and Robert son of Payn, by John Peverel of a messuage, 24 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, an acre of wood, and an acre of moor in Little Wyndesore; by William atte Grove, of a messuage in Chernemuth; by John Payn of Carterston the elder of 20 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, an acre of wood and an acre of moor there; by William de Pillond of a messuage, 46 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow and 30 acres of pasture in Sandput, not held in chief and extended as of the value of 26s. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by John Everard, escheator in the county of Somerset.

July 10. Westminster.

Pardon of the trespass of James le Botiller, citizen and draper, of London, in bequeathing in mortmain in the eleventh year to the prior and convent of St. Mary's Southwark, near London, the remainder after the death of Agnes his wife of all those tenements with all the shops belonging to them, in the parish of St. Mary Bothawe, London, which he bought of the executors of John de Donestaple, to find three chaplains, two canons of that house and one a secular, to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Mary Bothawe, for the souls of the said James and Agnes, William father of James, Olive his mother, Walter de Loudonestone and Christiana his wife, Paul le Botiller, and the faithful departed; and licence for them to enter into the same after the death of Alice.

Presentation of Master Henry de Clif' to the church of Kyngesthorp, in the diocese of Lincoln. By K.

July 12. Westminster.

The like of Bartholomew de Bradden to a third part of the church of St. Nicholas, Warrewyk, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick.

July 15. Tower of London.

Commission to Robert le Fitz Wautier the younger, Richard de Pereres, sheriff of Essex and Hertford, and Hugh le Fitz Simond in the said counties to arrest persons who confederate together and make raids by day and night, imprison people until they make ransom, go to fairs and markets and take goods without paying for them, beat those who will not join them, and who in some cases keep the peace in the said counties and openly rob merchants; and the sheriff is to aid with the posse of the county if necessary. French. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Appointment of Roger de Wodham to arrest John de Patemer, 'chivaler,' and others in his company, and bring them to the king.

July 13. Westminster.

Licence, out of affection towards Thomas le Blont, steward of the household, for Juliana late the wife of John de Hastinges, tenant in chief, to marry the said Thomas if she will, but if she will not then that which pertains to the king of her marriage shall be reserved to the king. By K,

Writ of aid for Henry le Scrop, justice of the forest beyond Trent, appointed principal warden and surveyor of the king's parks and chaces beyond Trent, during pleasure.

July 29. Writtle.

Presentation of William de Herlaston to the church of Navenby in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Séez being in his hands. By K.

July 22. Hadleigh.

The like of Robert de Holden to the prebend of Pesemersh, in the free chapel of Hastyngges, in the diocese of Chichester. By p.s.

July 20. Tower of London.

Licence, for one year, for Peter Bonard, merchant of Brabant, who lately brought to the realm divers kinds of corn, to take 240 tuns of ale and other goods out of the realm to Brabant, notwithstanding the late ordinance. By K.

Protection with clause nolumus, for the abbey of St. Augustine, Welhou by Grymesby, which is now greatly in debt, and appointment of John de Heselarton, knight, to the custody thereof; the revenues (saving reasonable sustenance for the house) are to be applied to the relief of its debts by view of some of the more discreet members and by the advice of the said John; and no minister is to be lodged there or in the manors or granges of the abbey without his special licence. By K.

July 24. Hadleigh.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Valoignes, clerk, to William de Leghe, parson of the church of Otham, of 4 acres of land in Otham, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said church for the souls of the said Robert and the faithful departed. By fine of ½ mark.

July 20. Tower of London.

Pardon to Roger de Swynnerton, for the death of Henry de Salt, and for receiving Richard de Swynnerton, indicted of the death of Henry 'le Persones de Pencrich,' and of a depredation from Roger le Mareschal of Eccleshale; also for receiving Stephen de Swynnerton, indicted of the death of Thomas de Verney, and receiving of John de Grute, indicted of the death of John de Mere; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K.

July 10. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert Newecomen of London, 'seler,' to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smythefeld, London, of a messuage and 37 acres of land in the parishes of St. Giles and St. Botolph without Aldresgate, London, in aid of the maintenance of the poor and infirm in the said hospital. By K.

By fine of ½ mark.

July 27. Baddow.

Grant for life to Mary late the wife of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, of the manors of Anesty, Mesedene, Hormad, and Westmylne, co. Hertford, late of the said Aymer, which Richard de Wynferthyng, king's clerk, who had them by feoffment of the said Aymer, has surrendered to the king; to hold with knights' fees, advowsons, hundreds, markets, fairs, chaces, warrens, parks, woods, stanks, stews, fisheries, wards, relifes, escheats, liberties, free customs, and all other appurtenances; with remainders to Laurence son of John de Hastynges and Eleanor daughter of Hugh le Despenser son of Hugh le Despenser earl of Winchester, and the heirs of their bodies, and to the said Hugh son of Hugh.

MEMBRANE 33.

July 12. Westminster.

Pardon to William atte Fishpol for the death of Robert Alayn of Paston at Paston, as it appears by the record of Robert Baynard and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of the castle of Norwich, that he killed him in self-defence. By K.

July 15. Tower of London.

Pardon to Robert Squier, the king's huntsman, of a trespass of venison in the forest of Essex, and of his outlawry, if any, in the county of Essex, for not appearing, when indicted thereof, before Aymer de Valencia, late earl of Pembroke, and his fellows, justices last in eyre for pleas of the forest in that county. By p.s.

July 12. Westminster.

The like to William Godeslond, who was convicted before the king on a plea of trespass of William de Ardern, parson of the church of Arnyngworth, of his outlawry in the county of Northampton for not appearing before the king to satisfy him of what pertains to him touching the said trespass, as appears by the record and process thereof, which the king has caused to come before him in the chancery; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea prison, and satisfy the king of what pertains to him, and the said William of the damages adjudged to him.

July 14. Tower of London.

Pardon to Robert Cauce for acquiring in fee from Robert Cauce of Drynghou, a messuage, 2 tofts, a mill and 4 bovates of land in Drynghou from Alexander de Carleton, a toft, a bovate and a moiety of an acre of land in Bounewyk, and from Roger de Dalton a toft and a bovate of land there held by them in chief as of the honour of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., and entering therein without licence; with restitution of the same. By fine of 6 marks.

July 15. Tower of London.

Presentation of James de Kyngeston to the church of Mechyng, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Lewes being lately in his hands.

July 16. Tower of London.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund Maubank to the abbess and nuns of Godestowe of a messuage in Fletstrete in the suburb of London, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Great Tiewe in honour of the Virgin Mary. By fine of 60s.

July 16. Tower of London.

Grant to Burgesius de Tyll[io], in extension of the late grant to him and Sibyl his wife, of the lands late of Laurence de Heck, a rebel, to hold for their lives, that, as the king understands that 5 marks a year are due to him out of the lands by reason of the manor of Cowyk, Burgesius shall hold the lands for his life quit of the said charge. By p.s.

July 17. Tower of London.

Grant to Henry de Haukele, parson of the church of Belegrave, in the diocese of Lincoln, of the deanery of Canewyz, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the bishopric of Norwich being in the king's hands; on an exchange of benefices with Master John de Belegrave; directed to the guardian of the spirituality of the bishopric of Norwich.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 17. Tower of London.

Grant to the said Henry of the said deanery; directed to all persons. Mandate to the guardian of the spirituality to admit him.

July 16. Tower of London.

Pardon to John Dacres and John son of Robert de la Strode for acquiring for life from John bishop of Bath and Wells, a messuage, 70 acres of land, and 5 acres of meadow in Banewell, held in chief, at a rent to the bishop of 26s. 8d., and entering thereon without licence; with licence for them to retain the same. By fine of 5 marks.

July 18. Tower of London.

Pardon to Geoffrey le Dene of Hemmyngston, for the death of John Spice of Berghham at Hemmyngston, co. Suffolk, as it appears by the record of Robert Baynard and Simon de Hedersete, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of Ipswich, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 18. Tower of London.

Writ of aid, for one year, for brother John de Redmere, keeper of the king's stud, purveying hay and other necessaries for the same. By K.

July 19. Tower of London.

Brother John de Insula, canon of Molana-Island (de Insula Sancti Malanfid), bringing news of the death of William de Odynnan, late abbot of the same place, has letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By K.

July 20. Tower of London.

Presentation of Master Richard de Gloucestre, king's clerk, to a mediety of the church of Sadebergh, in the archdeaconry of Richmond. By K.

July 20. Tower of London.

Power to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, in order to save trouble and expense, to make restitution of the temporalities of the abbey of MolanaIsland to the person elected and confirmed abbot thereof, after first taking his fealty and receiving from him letters patent sealed with his own seal and the seal of the chapter acknowledging this to be of the king's grace and not to be drawn into a precedent. By K.

July 24. Hadleigh.

The abbot of Beaulieu, who has lands near St. Michael's Mount, co. Cornwall, and is frequently impleaded in respect of these lands in order to cause him expense, has attorned before the king brother Thomas de Poghele and Henry de Hamme to sue and defend all pleas for him in that county, for two years. By K.

Pardon to Adam de Rouston, for acquiring in fee from John de Chavent, two messuages, 50 acres of land, and 4½ acres of meadow in Wapham, held in chief and entering therein without licence; with restitution of the same. By fine of 50s.

July 13. Westminster.

Pardon to Roger son of Thomas Corbet of Caus, for acquiring in fee tail from Peter son of Peter Corbet of Caus, a messuage, 1½ carucates of land, 30 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 60 acres of wood, and a moiety of a mill in Hemme by Mountgomery held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same, with remainder to Peter son of Thomas Corbet and the heirs of his body, and reversion to the said Peter son of Peter and his heirs. By p.s.

July 23. Hadleigh.

Presentation of William le Eyre to the church of Penros, in the diocese of Bangor.

July 28. Writtle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, Norwich, in part satisfaction of the 20l. yearly of land and rent, which they have the king's licence to acquire of the following lands of the value of 25s. 8½d. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, escheator in Norfolk and other counties:—

by Richard Honi, vicar of the church of Hyndolveston, 2 acres of meadow and 2 acres of pasture, in Wode Norton;

by Richard son of Thomas Bogheton, of Eye, chaplain, 2 acres of land in Henleye;

by Thomas le Wright of Sechesey, 4 acres of land in Atthebrigg;

by Henry de Skernynge, 2 acres of land in Grymmere Plumstede;

by William Oliver, of Houeton, 1 acre of meadow in Trows;

by Adam de Baldeswelle, 2 messuages, 6 acres of land and 1 rood of pasture in Norwich, Neuton and Hyndryngham;

by Robert de Langele, vicar of the church of Catton, 2 acres, 3 roods, of land in Catton;

by Henry de Morle, chaplain, 6 acres of land in Catton and Heylesdon;

by Simon le Barker of Thurveton, 8 acres, 3 roods of land, and 1 acre 3 roods of reeds, in Thurveton;

by Simon de Badbrigge, 1½ acre of land in the same town;

by Wiliam Potekyn, 1 acre of land there;

by Roger Betessone, ½ acre of land there; and

by Benedict Blok, of Bungeye, chaplain, a messuage, 14 acres, 3 roods of land, and 4 acres 3 roods of rushes, in the same town, Hadesco, Thorpe by Hadesco and Toft.

July 15. Tower of London.

Presentation of John de Waltham to the church of Mechyng, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Lewes being lately in his hands.

MEMBRANE 32.

July 18. Tower of London.

Pardon to Thomas de Faucomberge of Wythronwyk for acquiring in tail from Walter de Faucomberge, a messuage, 2 tofts and 10 bovates of land in Wythornwyk, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same in tail, with reversion to the said Walter. By fine of 60s.

July 19. Tower of London.

Presentation of John de Dalby, king' clerk, parson of the church of Potton, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Stapelford, in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Thomas earl of Lancaster, being in his hands, on an exchange of benefices with John Whitglove, king's clerk. By p.s.

The like of the said John Whitglove to the said church of Potton, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of St. Andrew, Norhampton, being in his hands. By p.s.

July 19. Tower of London.

The like of Raymund, cardinal deacon of Sancta Maria Nova to the church of Driffeld in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. By p.s.

July 16. Tower of London.

The like of Robert de Risshton to the church of Adele, in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Holy Trinity, York, being in his hands.

July 19. Tower of London.

Licence for Joan late the wife of Robert de Driby, to grant in fee to Gilbert de Bernak, parson of the church of Tatishale, and John de Gyselyngham, parson of the church of Wolfreton, 9 messuages, 156 acres, ¼ rood of land, 5½ acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture and 7s. ½d. of rent, a rent of two sparrowhawks, and a moiety of a pasture called 'Rodewyk,' in New Bokenham, Old Bokenham, Attelburgh and Elyngham, a third part of the manor of Wymondham, and an eighth part of the manor of Bokenham, co. Norfolk, all held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same to the said Joan for life, with remainder in tail to William de Bernak and Alice his wife, and reversion to the right heirs of the said Joan. By fine of 50 marks.

July 18. Tower. of London.

Licence for Stephen de Gravesende, bishop of London, to alienate in mortmain land and rent, which he now holds or shall acquire hereafter, not held in chief, to the value of 18l. a year, to ecclesiastical persons for the maintenance of ministers of the church of St. Paul, London, and for obits, chantries and other alms for the souls of the king and his children and progenitors, and for the soul of Richard de Gravesende, sometime bishop of London, uncle of the said Stephen. By K.

Licence for John de Urtiaco to grant for life to Master Richard de Knolton, 4 bovates of land in North Bere, held in chief, at a rent of 20s. a year. By fine of 2 marks.

William, abbot of Cormeilles, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Master Richard Filleul, parson of the church of Arley, and Walter de Stalling as his attorneys in England for three years. By fine of 40s. Gloucester.

July 20. Tower of London.

Inspeximus and confirmation in favour of Ralph son of Nicholas de Kyngeleye, who now holds the land, of the following charter :—

Henricus, dei gracia rex Anglorum et dux Normannorum et Aquitannorum et comes Andegavorum justiciariis, vicecomitibus et omnibus ministris et fidelibus suis Anglie, salutem. Sciatis me concessisse et presenti carta confirmasse finem qui factus fait in curia mea inter Wybertum Trunchet et Rogerum filium Willelmi de terra de Ragelea, scilicet, quod Wybertus Trunchet clamavit quietum Rogero filio Willelmi de se et heredibus suis sibi et heredibus suis terram illam de Ragelea, pro xx marcis, quas Rogerus ei dedit, et Wybertus eam reddidit solutam et quietam in manu abbatis de Evesham, de cujus feodo terra illa est. Et ideo volo et firmiter precipio quod Rogerus filius Willelmi et heredes sui habeant et teneant terram illam de Ragelea cum omnibus pertinenciis suis in bosco et plano, in aquis et molendinis, in pratis et pasturis, in viis et semitis, et in omnibus aliis locis, et aliis rebus ad eandem pertinentibus, bene et in pace, libere, quiete, integre et honorifice, cum omnibus libertatibus et liberis consuetudinibus suis. Testibus, Willelmo filio Audel', dapifero, Willelmo filio Radulfi, Willelmo Basset, Bertramo de Verduno, Gaufrido Salvagio, apud Evesham'. By fine of 40s. Gloucester.

July 26. Hadleigh.

Grant at the instance of Gilbert, abbot of Bec Hellouin, commorant beyond the seas, and the convent of that place, that Richard de Beusevalle, fellow monk of the abbot, their proctor general in England, shall be admitted as his attorney in England for pleas affecting the house, for four years.

July 24. Hadleigh.

Grant during pleasure to Isabel de Hastynges of the easement of the king's houses within the castle of Marlebergh for the safe lodging of the king's daughters, who, by his order, are to dwell in her company. By K.

July 28. Writtle.

Signification to W. archbishop of Canterbury, of the royal assent to the election of Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, to be bishop of Norwich. By K.

July 28. Writtle.

Grant to Roger de Barneby, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. Nicholas, Pykeryng.

Aug. 1. Pleshey.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of Langeleye to the prior and Austin Friars of Norwich of a messuage in Norwich for the enlargement of their dwelling-place. By K.

Aug. 8. Dunmow.

Writ of aid for one year for Hugh de Beaurepaier, king's serjeant, charged by the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe to make purveyances of hay, oats, beans, litter and other necessaries for some of the horses in their custody.

July 20. Westminster.

Pardon to Adam prior of Lewes and the convent of that place of the trespass of John, sometime prior, and the convent thereof, in acquiring in mortmain by a fine levied in the court of Edward I from Roger de Moubray, the advowson of the church of Melton Moubray, held in chief, and afterwards appropriating the church, without licence. By K.

Aug. 8. Havering atte Bower.

Protection until All Saints for Robert Fitz Neel, staying beyond seas in the company of Queen Isabel.

Aug. 8. Havering atte Bower.

Pardon to John Blak of Ludham, for the death of John Bryning of Ludham at Ludham, as it appears by the record of Robert Baynard and Simon de Hedersete, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of the castle of Norwich, that he killed him in self-defence.

Aug. 6. Matching Hall.

Licence to the prior and convent of Hatfeld Brodeok to acquire in mortmain land and rent, not held in chief, to the value of 10l. a year. By p.s.

Aug. 26. Langdon.

Presentation of William de Melburn to the church of Esyngdon, in the diocese of Lincoln. By K.

The like of John le Sauser of Gippewich, chaplain, to the vicarage of the church of Sapiston, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Norwich.

MEMBRANE 31.

July 20. Tower of London.

Licence for Theobald Russel to grant in fee simple to William Musard a messuage and a carucate of land in Estbedewynde, held in chief. By fine of 10 marks.

Grant for life to John de Melf, 'nakerer,' of the king's houses in the parish of St. Nicholas in the Shambles (de Marcellis) London, sometime of Robert de Holand. By K.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 18. Tower of London.

Grant to Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to whom the houses of that order in Scotland and Wales are also subject, that brothers Nicholas de Abington and Simon Fauconer shall act as his attorneys in England for four years.

Changed because at another time it was sealed by order of the king.

July 27. Writtle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Beler to the warden and chaplains of the chapel of St. Peter, Kirkeby upon Wrethek, of the advowson of the church of Stapelford, co. Leicester, held in chief; and for the warden and chaplains to appropriate the church. By p.s.

July 24. Hadleigh.

Grant to Roger Beler of the advowson of the church of Stapelford, co. Leicester, late of Thomas sometime earl of Lancaster, a rebel, in exchange for the advowson of the church of Wychehambrok, co. Suffolk. By p.s.

July 20. Tower of London.

Grant for life to John de Melf 'nakerer' of the king's houses in the parish of St. Nicholas in the Shambles, London, which Henry Scot, deceased, held for life by grant of Thomas late earl of Lancaster. By K.

July 18. Tower of London.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Robert de Kelm, clerk, constantly attendant upon the king's service.

July 28. Writtle.

Protection with clause volumus until All Saints' Day for Geoffrey de Cornubia, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel.

July 30. Pleshey.

Presentation of Ricchus son of Neapolucus de Corelia to the church of Arturet, in the diocese of Carlisle. By p.s.

July 28. Writtle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Malghum to the abbot and convent of Westdereham, in satisfaction of 30s. of the 10 marks yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire, of 4 tofts and 3 bovates, 2 acres and 3 roods of land in Scothorp and Malghum not held in chief, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c.

July 28. Writtle.

Protection for one year for Thomas de Yarnemuth of Lenn, prosecuting the king's business before Walter de Norwico, Robert Baynard, John de Ingham and John Claver, appointed by letters patent to enquire touching trespasses, excesses, oppressions and crimes in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk; and for his men, lands and goods. By K.

The like for Master Simon de Dallyngg. By K.

July 29. Writtle.

Commission to Adam de Hoperton, John de Ellerker, and Dominic de Bukton to audit the account of the quayage of the town of Scardeburgh, as the king is informed that those whom he has appointed to collect the quayage from the twelfth year of his reign have kept it for their own purposes, applying little or none to the repair of the quay; and any money they find retained in the hands of such collectors they are to apply to the said repairs. By pet. of C.

Vacated because on the dorse under the same date.

July 29. Writtle.

Raymund de Farges, cardinal deacon of Sancta Maria Nova, dean of St. Mary's, Salisbury, archdeacon of Leicester and parson of the church of Leek, staying in the court of Rome, has letters nominating Master John de Pinibus, archdeacon of Bazas, and John de Tarenta, canon of the church of St. Peter, Heghtredebury, as his attorneys for two years.

Aug. 9. Havering atte Bower.

Appointment of Roger Beler to supply the place of the treasurer of the Exchequer until the return of W. archbishop of York, the treasurer, who is going for some time to the North by the king's command. By K.

Aug. 10. Havering atte Bower.

Licence for Alan de Plunkenet to grant for life to Master Thomas de Chaundos, the manor of Logwardyn, co. Hereford, held in chief. By fine of 30l.

Aug. 12. Woodford.

Mandate to Thomas de Hyndringham and John Claver, guardians of the void bishopric of Norwich, to deliver the temporalities thereof to Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, whose election as bishop has been confirmed by W. archbishop of Canterbury and who has done fealty to the king. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the bishopric.

Aug. 11. Havering atte Bower.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter, dated in the chapter of Lewes, 26 July, 1325, whereby Adam the prior and the convent of Lewes granted to Sir Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, and Eleanor his wife for life the advowsons of the churches of Dewesbury and Wakefeld, co. York, with remainder in fee simple to Gilbert their son. Witnesses:—Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, the chancellor, Sir Geoffrey le Scrop, the chief justice, Sirs William de Bereford and William de Herle, justices of the Common Bench, Master Henry de Clyf', John de Denum, Gilbert de Toutheby and others. By K.

Grant for life to Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, archdeacon of Northampton, of the manor of Stowe, co. Northampton, with the park and other appurtenances, late of Warin de Insula, a rebel, with the issues from last Easter, at a rent at the Exchequer of 24l. 12s. 7½d., the extent; with reversion to the king. By K.

Vacated because enrolled among the fines.

MEMBRANE 30.

Aug. 10. Havering atte Bower.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Derham, clerk.

The like for :—

The prior of Bykenacre.

Randolf Douufoul of Gosberkirk.

William de Pyncebek.

Master Richard de Eryum, clerk.

Edmund de Grymmesby, parson of the church of Preston.

Robert de Tong, parson of the church of Fobbyng.

John de Amwell, parson of the church of Westrasen.

The abbot of Begeham.

Edmund Trussel.

William de Savinaco, parson of the church of Wynterburn.

The prior of the church of St. Martin, Dover.

The master and brethren of God's House, Dover.

The master of the hospital of Ospreng.

John son of Robert de Strode of Herne.

Aug. 10. Havering atte Bower.

Pardon to Thomas de Coumbe of his outlawry, if any, in the county of Bedford, for not appearing before the king to answer a charge of having assented unto John son of John le Taillour of St. Albans, in his having concealed in the chamber of the vicar of the church of Luyton a certain blank (albam) charter enclosed in a box and sealed with a seal like the king's seal; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the prison of the Marshalsea, of the king's Bench, and stand his trial if the king will proceed against him.

Aug. 20. Sturry.

Protection, for one year, for William Nouwell of Wodestoke.

Aug. 27. Langdon.

Protection with clause volumus, until Christmas, for Robert de Stangreve, going beyond seas on the king's service. By testimony of the steward of the household.

The like for William de Godsted, going with him. By the like testimony.

Sept. 4. Langdon.

The said William has letters nominating Master Richard de Godestede as his attorney for that period.

The said Robert de Stangreve has the like nominating Henry de Holye.

Aug. 8. Havering atte Bower.

The like for the following:—

John de Bello Campo of Somersete, going beyond seas with the king on his service, nominating Richard de Holm and Edward de Estynton.

Reginald son of Reginald, nominating Walter de Combe and the said Edward.

Aug. 24. Langdon.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for Robert de Welle, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

The like for the following:—

William le Moigne, knight.

John de Swaveseye.

Thomas de Saunford.

Robert de Wassyngleye.

William Lengleys.

Robert de Welle has letters nominating Henry de Welle and Robert de Wateby, clerk, as his attorneys until the said feast.

The like for the following:—

Aug. 28. Langdon.

Robert de Wodehous, staying in England, nominating Adam de Herwynton and William Douce in Ireland for two years.

John de Wodhull, going beyond seas with John de Scures, knight, nominating John de London, and Thomas de Halberton, until Christmas.

Aug. 24. Langdon.

Pardon to John Sturmy for acquiring in fee from Margaret Sturmy a moiety of the manor of Fighelden, co. Wilts, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; with restitution of the same. By K.

Aug. 24. Langdon.

Whereas the said John acquired in fee from the said Margaret a moiety of the manor of Stapelford, co. Wilts, and the advowson of the church thereof, held in chief, and entered therein without licence, and whereas Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, afterwards acquired the same in fee from the said John and likewise entered therein without licence: the king has pardoned the trespasses herein and granted that the earl shall have the premises again. By K.

Aug. 26. Langdon.

Grant for life to John le Scot, 'trompour,' for his good service to the king, of a messuage, 8 acres of land, and an acre of meadow in the town of Pontefract and Friston, late of William le Tabourer, a rebel, which have come into the king's hands by forfeiture, to hold without rendering anything to the king. By K.

Aug. 26. Langdon.

Grant, during pleasure and good behaviour, to Nicholas Warde of the office of crier (proclamatoris) before the justices assigned to hold the pleas before the king, which office Thomas Malemayns lately had by grant of the king. By K.

Aug. 15. Pontefract [on Thames.]

Ratification of the estate of Master John de Brunham as vicar of the church of Aylesham, in the diocese of Norwich, to which he was nominated by John late bishop of Norwich, and presented by the abbot and convent of Battle and admitted by the bishop's vicar-general during the bishop's absence abroad; and subsequently, because the bishop died before he was inducted into corporal possession of the vicarage, he was inducted thereto by Walter archbishop of Canterbury, then guardian of the spirituality of the said bishopric. By K.

Aug. 16. Pontefract [on Thames.]

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Arnold de Ispannia.

Aug. 12. Havering atte Bower.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Kirkestall, in satisfaction of 13s. 4d. of the 20l. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire, by William son of Alexander de Morwyk of a messuage, a bovate and two acres of land in Allerton Gledhou and by Alexander de Ledes of 2 messuages, 3 bovates and 4 acres of land and an acre of wood in the same town, of the fee of the abbot and convent, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c.

Aug. 16. Pontefract [on Thames.]

The like to the dean and chapter of the church of St. Paul, London, by Roger de Waltham, king's clerk, of a messuage in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Eldefisshestrete, London, and 3 shops in Sopereslane in the parish of St. Pancras, London, held of the king, as all tenements in the city of London are, which are worth 8l. 6s. 8d. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by the sheriffs of London, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Paul for the souls of the said Roger, Anthony Beck, sometime patriarch of Jerusalem and bishop of Durham, and all the ancestors, relations, friends and benefactors of the said Roger, and all the faithful departed, and for his obit after his death; in part satisfaction of the said Roger's licence to acquire and assign land and rent to that purpose to the value of 12l. a year.

Membrane 30—(Schedule).

July 8. Westminster.

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters of Almari, lord of Craon, dated at Fontene Bliaut, Monday after Whitsunday, 1325, whereby the said Almari, envoy of the duke of Brittany, announced in the name of the duke, touching the discord that was between the merchants, mariners and others of Brittany and those of England, wherein a truce was made, and then extended to All Saints' last, that he has renewed the said truce until next All Saints', in the hope of a good peace being made by John bishop of Norwich (Noroycz) and John de Bretaigne, earl of Richmond, and Master William Dermine, canon of York, envoys of the king of England to France on behalf of the merchants, mariners and others of England; and that the said Almari is bound to publish the same in Brittany, and the said envoys to publish it in England and Gascony, and to cause the same to be made known by letters to be made sealed with the respective seals of the duke and the king. French.

MEMBRANE 29.

July 20. Tower of London.

Association of Henry de Percy, John de Claverynges, and Ralph de Nevyll, in a commission to Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, Roger Heroun and Roger de Horsley, with whom, in consequence of the death of the said earl, the king afterwards associated William Rydel and Gilbert de Boroughton, to keep the truce with the Scots in the county of Northumberland. By K.

[Fœdera.]

Mandate to the four last mentioned commissioners to attend to the said business with the said Henry, John and Ralph. By K.

July 20. Tower. of London.

Commission to the said Henry, John and Ralph to keep the ports, shore and maritime parts of the said county against invaders by land or sea, during the king's absence in Aquitaine. By K.

[Fœdera, and Parl. Writs.]

Sept. 5. Dover.

The like to Thomas Bardolf, Constantine de Mortuo Mari, Edmund de Hemmegrave, and John de Cove, in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. [Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 12. Pontefract on Thames.

Ratification of the estate of Master Richard de Baldok, king's clerk, as prebendary of Wyghton in the church of St. Peter, York, of the patronage of the archbishop of York, and as parson of Stebenheth, of the patronage of the bishop of London, notwithstanding any right of the king therein by reason of voidance of those sees at any time.

Aug. 10. Havering.

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest all persons prosecuting appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the vicarage of the church of Darthyngton, in the diocese of York, by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Pontefract being in his hands, and of his presentation of Roger de Corby, king's clerk, to the same.

Aug. 21. Sturry.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Bello, king's clerk, to S. bishop of London, of 36 acres of meadow in Orsete in aid of the maintenance of ministers serving in the church of St. Paul, London, according to an ordinance to be made by the said bishop. By K.

Aug. 6. Matching Hall.

Presentation of Henry de Appelby, parson of the church of Chevyngton, in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Bolton in Alredale, in the diocese of Carlisle; on an exchange of benefices with Edmund de Hoo, king's clerk. By p.s.

Aug. 23. Langdon.

Writ of aid until Easter, for Master Michael de Corbrygg, charged by the steward of the household and the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey hay, oats, beans and litter and other necessaries for some of the king's horses in their custody.

Aug. 24. Langdon

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Coventre, in part satisfaction of the 10l. yearly of land and rent, which they have the king's licence to acquire, by Robert de Guildyntre of 2 messuages in Coventre, by Robert de Scrapetoft of a messuage there, by William de Passenham of a moiety of a rood of meadow there, by William de Walleford of a messuage there, by Robert de Leycestre of 7 messuages, a toft, 48 acres and a moiety of a virgate and of an acre of land there and in Sowe, Scrapetoft and Potteresmerston, and by William de Leycestre, canon of St. Chad's, Lichefeld, of a messuage in Coventre, all held of the prior and convent, by the service of 63s. 11d., and of the yearly value, beyond the said service, of 27s. 3d. as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c.

Aug. 26. Langdon.

Mandate to sheriffs and others to arrest all persons prosecuting appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the prebend of Pesmershe, in the chapel of Hastings, and of his presentation of Robert de Holden, king's clerk, to that prebend.

The like touching his right of presentation to the church of Westrasen, by reason of the priory of Holy Trinity, York, being then in his hands, which he received by judgment of this court against the prior, and his presentation of John de Amwell, king's clerk, to that church.

Aug. 28. Langdon.

Protection with clause nolumus during pleasure for the abbey of Faveresham, which has fallen into debt; and appointment of Stephen de la Dane to the custody thereof, to apply the surplus revenues to its relief by the advice of the abbot and prior and some of the more discreet members of the abbey. By K.

MEMBRANE 28.

Aug. 25. Langdon.

Ratification of a grant by Ralph de Pycheford, knight, son and heir of John de Pycheford, to John Tregoz, lord of Ewyas Harald, and his heirs of the manor of Albritone, with the advowsons of the churches of Albritone and Rutone, and with the knights' fees, liberties, customs, suits of courts, wards, reliefs, escheats, gardens, mills, stews, fisheries, stanks, meadows, moors, turbaries, woods, hays, ways, paths, pastures, dykes, and the free market (foro) and all its appurtenances lying far and near, held in chief; and confirmation thereof to John de la Warre, who now holds them, and his heirs, as the said John and his ancestors have heretofore held them; and he shall not be molested by reason of the trespass of the said John Tregoz in entering therein without the licence of Edward I.

By fine of 5 marks. Sussex.

Aug. 28. Langdon.

Pardon to Edmund de Pynkeneye for his adherence to Warin de Lysle, a rebel, for all offences against the peace and of any consequent outlawry. By K.

Aug. 28. Langdon.

Presentation of John de Denton, parson of the church of Lughtburgh, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Potton in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of St. Andrew, Northampton, being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with John Whiteglove.

By K. on information of brother Robert de Duffeld, the king's confessor.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de Wylughby, as chief justice of the Bench, Dublin, with the usual fee. By K.

Mandate to the justices of the said Bench to admit him.

Mandate to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer, Dublin, to pay him his said fee at the usual terms.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Appointment, during pleasure of Henry de Hambury as second justice of the pleas following the justiciary of Ireland. By K.

Mandate to Nicholas Fastolf to admit him.

The like of William de Fulburn, as a baron of the Exchequer, Dublin, in the room of William de Moenes. By K.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the said Exchequer to admit him.

Aug. 28. Langdon.

Licence for John Mauduyt of Somerford to enfeoff Richard, parson of the church of Wotton, of the manor of Whitele, co. Wilts, and the advowson of the chapel of that manor, and the manor of Broghton, co. Oxford, and the advowson of the church of that manor, held in chief, also of a messuage and a carucate of land in Stanlak, and the advowson of the church of that town, held in chief as of the honour of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties of Wilts, &c., and of the remainder of a messuage and a carucate of land in Derneford, co. Oxford, likewise held in chief as of the said honor, as appears by the said inquisition, which Ralph Bluet and Florence his wife hold for the life of Florence, by demise of the said John; and for Richard to re-grant the whole to the said John for life, with remainder to John de Molyns and Egidia his wife, in tail, and reversion to the right heirs of the said John Mauduyt. By fine of 20l. Wilts.

Aug. 28. Langdon.

Grant in frank almoin to the abbot and canons of Langedon by Dovorr of the Premonstratensian order, out of affection for William, abbot of that place, and the canons there, of the advowson of the church of Tonge, co. Kent, late of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, a rebel, and licence for them to appropriate the church, By K.

Aug. 31. Langdon.

Pardon to William de Kellawe, for the death of Hugh son of Peter de Sancto Augustino, 'hauberger'; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K.

Sept. 1. Langdon.

Licence for the master and brethren of the hospital of Ospreng to acquire land and rent to the value of 100s. a year of their own fee as well as of the fee of any other, or held of the king in 'gavelikynde.' By K.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Pardon to Mary de Sancto Paulo, relict of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, and the other executors of his will, and their mainpernors, and to the heirs of the earl, of all debts of him or his ancestors at the Exchequer or in the Wardrobe or elsewhere, except such debts as he is bound in to the king by surety, mainprise or recognizance,—in consideration of the release to the king by the said Mary of all the corn in the earl's manors and lands after his death for the maintenance of the king's lieges in Gascony, the earl's horses, studs, armour, silver plate, jewels and other goods, which came to the king's hands after his death, all the debts in which the king was bound to the earl, all her estate or term in the towns of Stamford and Grantham, by reason of a grant of these by the king to the earl for a term not yet ended, and the custodies of the lands late of John Lovel of Tychemersh and Gilbert de Stapelton, in the hands of the said Mary by reason of the minority of the heirs, during the minority of such heirs, with their marriages. By K.

Sept. 1. Langdon.

Pardon to Hugh de Turplyton, knight, of his rebellion and adherence to Roger de Mortuo Mari and other rebels. By K.

Sept. 3. Langdon.

Grant to him, in extension of the above pardon, of his lands forfeited to the king by his rebellion, to hold during the king's pleasure. By K.

Mandate to Walter de la Pulle, escheator in Ireland, to deliver them to him. By K.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, to cause the said lands, in whosesoever hands they are, to be delivered to him.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Protection for one year for John de la Marche.

Aug. 12. Woodford.

Pardon to William de la Pole for acquiring to him and his heirs from Sibyl late the wife of John de Metham, 'chivaler,' a moiety of the manor of Lyndeby, which she held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same. By fine of 5 marks.

Sept. 4. Dover.

Safe-conduct until Christmas for Joan countess of Athol, going on pilgrimage to the parts of Amiens, and for her men. By K.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

Protection, with clause nolumus, for one year, for William de Werdale, parson of the church of Aberfrowe.

Sept. 4. Langdon.

Pardon, for a fine made by Richard de Grey of Codenoure, to John son of the said Richard and Eleanor his wife, for acquiring in fee tail from the said Richard the manors of Hoo and Eylesford, co. Kent, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for them to retain the same. By fine of 20l.

Sept. 5. Dover.

Pardon to Simon Warde of all debts due from him at the Exchequer or in the Wardrobe of the time that he was sheriff of York and keeper of the town of Berwick on Tweed, or other minister of the king and of all other debts whether due of prest of the Wardrobe or for other cause; and release to him of all goods taken by him from the king's enemies and rebels in the time of the perturbation of the realm which ought to belong to the king by forfeiture; and of all accounts, arrears and actions of accounts. By K.

Mandate, until the Purification, to the mayors and bailiffs of Wynchelse, Rye, Hastynges; Pevense, Redyng and Smalhide, as often and whensoever they are requested by John Dyve, master of the king's ship called la Nicholaa which he is bringing to the king for the king's affairs, to let him have sufficient mariners for the sailing of the said ship when he comes to the said towns. By K.

MEMBRANE 27.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Pardon to John son of Henry le Cartwright of Wadeworth for the death of Roger de Emeldon and of any consequent outlawry; on condition that he stand his trial if any one will proceed against him. By K.

Aug. 21. Sturry.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for John de Bello Campo of Somersete, going with the king beyond seas on his service. By K.

The like for the following going with him :—

John de Bello Campo of Ryme.

William de Bello Campo.

John de Draycote.

Reginald son of Reginald.

Richard de Bello Campo.

Robert de Bouiz (sic).

The like for the following :—

John de Cherleton.

William Corbet of Chaddesleye going with the said John.
John de Hynkeley
Laurence Priket

William Squirlebek.

Thomas Ughtred.

Thomas Botiller going with the said Thomas.
John de Walesby

Stephen de Abyndon, the king's butler.

The said Stephen has letters nominating John de Bedeford and Robert Fiz William as his attorneys until Christmas.

The following have like letters:—

Alan de Charleton, nominating William de Brymmesgrave, and Roger Pride of Shrewsbury.

John de Bello Campo of Ryme, going with John de Bello Campo of Somersete, nominating —— de Brugewater, clerk.

Protection until Christmas for the following :—

Edmund de Kendale, going with Thomas le Blount, steward of the household.

Adam de Stokk,' going with the said Edmund.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Robert de Insula.

David le Waleys going with the said Robert.
Baldwin de Insula
John Pelerym
Edmund Peverel
Thomas de Sancto Mauro
John de Insula
William de Rysh'ton

Aug. 21. Wingham.

Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leicester. By K.

Edmund de Booun going with the said earl.
William le Blound
John de Sancto Mauro
Richard de Ryvers
Baldwin de Frevill
Adam de Skelton
Master Robert de Walkynton, parson of the church of Elmeleye Lovet
William Baret

Sept. 3. Langdon.

William de Herlaston, clerk.

The said William has letters nominating Elias de Grymmesby and Richard Austyn of Herlaston the younger as his attorneys.

The following have like letters:—

John de Cherleton, nominating William de Holyns, clerk, and Roger Pryde, of Shrewsbury.

Aug. 28. Langdon.

John de Hyncley, going with the said John, nominating William de Holyns, clerk, and John de Styvynton.

Laurence Priket, going in the company of the said John, nominating the above William and Roger.

Thomas de Usflet, parson of the church of Munestok, nominating Nicholas de Usflet and James de Kyngeston.

[Protection as above for the following:—]

John Pynnok.

Thomas Broun.

Eustace Bosom.

John de Melford.

John le Gay.

John de Icham.

John de Broghton.

William de Fyncal.

John de Coupelond.

Geoffrey de Hakenesse.

Thomas de Corbrigg.

John de Wodeford.

Richard Blundel.

Hugh de Bray.

John Harsyk.

Master Pancius de Cantrone.

Sept. 4. Langdon.

Percival Simeon, going with the king as above, has letters nominating William de Wyke as his attorney until the said feast.

Robert de Sapy, also going, has like letters nominating Robert de Bulleye and John le Clerk of B[ro]more.

Protection as above for Robert de Monte Alto, going with the king.

Richard de Mundevill going with the said Robert.
Cambinus Fulbert
Hugh le Barker
Dukerus de Alemannia
Nicholas de Guneville
Geoffrey Foun.
John Walewayn
Simon de la Garderobe
Roger de Watevill

The like for the following :—

Hugh de Courteney. going with the said Hugh.
Stephen de Hakcombe
Hugh de Courteney the younger
William de Cheverston
John de Cheverston
William de Harewell
John de Wetherhale
Ferand Manioun de Ispannia
John Deverous
Richard de Chysbech

Thomas West.

Walter Bever, parson of the church of Hambury by Droitwich (Wychiam), going on the king's service with Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leicester.

Robert de Monte Alto has letters nominating Ralph de Bokkyng and William Gosselyn as his attorneys.

Sept. 5. Dover.

Protection as above for Walter bishop of Exeter, going with the king's son, Edward, earl of Chester.

The said bishop has letters nominating Ralph Speke and John de Padyngton as his attorneys.

Protection as above, for the following, going with the said bishop :—

Roger de Breynton, parson of the church of Aka.

Gilbert de Keleshull, parson of the church of White Rothing.

Roger de Breynton, parson of the church of Aka.

Protection as above for the following, going with the king :—

John de Chanse, 'hauberger.'

Richard de Wynkefeld.

Roger Bennyng, 'trumpur.'

Blaise de Sene.

William de Percy.

Richard Counsedieu.

William de London.

William de Hemstede.

Thomas atte Chirche.

Thomas de Langeham.

Richard atte Wose.

Thomas Holbode of Wyndesore.

John Rose of Grynewiche.

Thomas Sprynget of Grynewiche.

Martin Squirel of Berkyng.

William de Brouneley.

John le Moigne, 'barkere.'

Henry de Cantebrigg.

Henry de Acombe 'chaufcire.'

Robert de Kendale.

John de Ultyng.

Geoffrey Foun.

John de Broghton.

Protection as above for following, going as above:—

Almaric la Zouche.

Robert Bustlere going with the said Almaric.
John de Swyneford

Richard de Ayremynne, parson of the church of Elveleye.

Alan de Charleton.

George de Thorp.

Richard de Plaiz.

Peter de Eketon.

Anselm le Mareschal.

John Curzon.

Thomas de Usflet, parson of the church of Munestok.

William de Longeleye.

Master John de Hildesley, parson of the church of Thynden.

Master Adam Mirimouth.

John de Houton, parson of the church of Possewyk.

Thomas de Clare, parson of the church of Alyngton.

John de Westmancote, parson of the church of Hanyton.

Master Henry de Cantuaria, clerk.

Edmund le Spicer, going with the said Master Henry.

William de Usflet, parson of the church of Newenton.

Master Richard de Gloucestre, clerk.

John de Gloucestre, going with the said Richard.

Robert de Echyngham.

Robert de Sapy.

Robert de Ferariis.

John de Grey of Rotherfeld.

John de Scures.

Thomas Coudray.

William de Braydeshale.

Master John de Shordich.

John de Felstede, 'taverner,' going with the said Master John.

Master John de Mildenhale.

William de Bello Campo.

Nicholas de Oxonia, going with the said John de Shordich.

Sept. 3. Langdon.

William de Monte Acuto.

Thomas de Langeford going with the said William.
Robert de Dumbelton

Thomas le Blunt, steward of the household.

James le Botiller.

Oliver de Plokenet.

Richard de Kenebrok, parson of the church of Ocham

John de Chetwynde.

John de Multon.

John de Thynden, parson of the church of Clenefeld.

Walter de Wynkefeld.

John Scot, 'trompour.'

Peter de Poleford, parson of the church of Bradenache.

Thomas de Lyveden.

Adam de Cokerham.

William Bacoun.

William de Kyngeston, parson of the church of Abboteslegh.

Robert de Tong.

Giles de Bello Campo.

Walter de Botheby.

Master John de Blebury.

The said Master John has letters nominating Thomas de Evesham and John Martel as his attorneys until the said feast

Protection as above for William son of William Porteref, going with William de Bello Campo.

Hugh de Courtenay the elder, going with the king, has letters nominating Hugh son of Hugh de Courtenay and Richard de Chissebech as his attorneys.

Protection as above for John de Herlaston, parson of the church of Normanton.

The same John has letters nominating Thomas de Cotyngham and Elias de Grymmesby as his attorneys as above.

Protection as above for the following:—

John son of Henry le Spycer of Salisbury, going with John de Curzon.

Peter de Saltmersh, going in the company of Henry de Bello Monte.

John de Lymbury going with the said Henry.
John Turvill
Simon Croyser

The same Simon has letters nominating Alexander de Stoke and William Trayly of Yevelden as his attorneys.

Robert de Insula, has like letters nominating John Blundel and John de Welleton.

John de Amwell, parson of the church of Westrasen, has like letters nominating Robert de Barton and Hamo Raven.

Master Pancius de Controne, clerk, nominating Peregrine de Controne.

Protection as above for the following :—

Oliver de Burdeus going in the companyof the said Henry.
Henry de Bello Monte
Richard de Hakenthorp, chaplain
Henry de Ferrers
William Marmyon

[Membrane 27 to this point is printed in [Fœdera.]

Sept. 5. Dover.

John de Amwell, parson of the church of Westrasen, has letters nominating Robert de Barton and Hamo Raven as his attorneys as above.

Robert de Kendale has like letters nominating Robert Bisshop.

John de Sancto Mauro has like letters nominating Roger de Sancto Mauro and John de Helpston.

Walter Bever, parson of the church of Hambury by Droitwich, going with Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leicester, has like letters nominating John Bever and Thomas Aleyn of Droitwich (de Wych').

Sept. 10. Dover.

Protection as above for the following :—

Master John de Shordich, going with the king's son Edward, earl of Chester.

The like for the following going with the said earl :—

Peter de Eketon.

Thomas de Coudray.

John de Scures.

Robert de Echyngham.

John de Melton.

Thomas Corbet.

Gilbert Reyner, going the said Thomas Coudray.

Edward Chaundos.

John de Felstede, 'taverner."

George de Thorp.

Henry de Ditton.

John de Sakford.

John de Molyns.

Richard de Playz.

John de Gloucestre.

Anselm le Mareschal.

Richard de Gloucestre.

John Curzon.

Blaise de Sene.

Robert de Stangrave.

William Godestede, going with the said Robert.

John de Sancto Mauro.

Baldwin de Fryvill.

William le Blount.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

Henry de Bello Monte.

John de Molyns has letters nominating James de Molyns and Master John de Salesbury as his attorneys.

Sept. 14. Dover.

Protection with clause volumus until the Purification for Peter Bard, going as above on the king's service. By K.

Aug. 30. Langdon.

Writ of aid for Edward earl of Chester, the king's son, appointed during pleasure, guardian of the realm and the king's lieutenant there during the king's absence beyond seas. Vacated by surrender.

Sept. 1. Langdon.

Power to him to grant for the king licence to elect, and afterwards, the royal assent, when such are required.

Vacated.

Sept. 12. Dover.

Protection and safe-conduct until Easter for the envoys about to be sent by William, count of Holand and Seland and lord of Friesland, to treat with the king or his deputies touching damages done on both sides.

[Fœdera.] By K.

Sept. 10. Dover.

Safe-conduct for two years for Bonus Philippi de Florencia, one of the king's household, whom the king is sending to Flanders, France, Provence, Lombardy, Tuscany and other parts on his affairs. By K.

The like for Acheritus de Portinariis of Florence, yeoman.

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Simple protection for one year for Clement de Karnarvan, clerk.

Sept. 13. Leeds.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Honywod.

Sept. 17. Leeds.

The like for William 'the Yong.'

MEMBRANE 26.

Sept. 1. Langdon.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Anthony de Lucy as warden of the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland, during the king's absence in Aquitaine, to resist all those that come against the king by land or sea. By K. and C.

The like of Edmund earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, as warden of the march of Wales. [Parl. Writs.]

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Ralph de Stokes, parson of the church of Sabrichesworth.

Sept. 12. Dover

Pardon to Christiana late the wife of Ingelram de Gynes, for acquiring in fee simple from Baldwin de Gynes a moiety of the manor of Wyresdale, co. Lancaster, held in chief as of the honor of Lancaster, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c., and entering therein without licence; with restitution of the same. By fine of 6 marks.

Sept. 11. Dover.

Pardon to Peter son of Katharine de Tiryngton for the death of William Proo of Tiryngton; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone wishes to implead him thereof. By K.

The like to Blaise de Sene, a Lombard, for the death of John Cachegere. By K.

Sept. 10. Dover.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Master Richard de Sulbury, parson of the church of Torveye, staying on the king's service in the court of Rome. By K.

Sept. 6. Dover.

Protection for one year for Thomas Destefnild, while prosecuting some business of the king and himself in Gernereye, Gereseye and other islands adjacent, and returning from the same; and for his men, lands and goods in those islands.

The like for Jordan de Maons.

Sept. 10. Dover

Presentation of John de Stok, king's clerk, vicar of the church of Geyton in the diocese of Norwich, to the church of Deubach in the same diocese; on an exchange of benefices with William de Loughtburgh.

The like to the same William to the said vicarage of Geyton, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbot of Caen being in his hands.

Sept. 11. Dover.

John de Sancto Mauro, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Roger de Sancto Mauro and John de Helpeston as his attorneys for one year. By K.

Sept. 8. Dover.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of St. Radegund's by Dover.

Sept. 17. Leeds.

Safe-conduct for one year for Richard Fille, master of a ship called La Despenser of Westminster, sent by the king to divers parts on business specially enjoined on them. By K.

The like for William Lucas, master of a ship called La Elianore. By K.

Sept. 17. Leeds.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Robert de Swynburn, staying on the king's service in Gascony. By K.

The like for Hugh de Trowell, clerk, staying there on the king's service with Nicholas de Hugate.

Sept. 6. Dover.

Pardon to Stephen le Ferour for all felonies and trespasses, on condition that he stand his trial if any one wishes to proceed against him. By K.

Sept. 5. Dover.

Pardon to Richard de Leylond for acquiring in fee simple frnm Alan de Distshagh a messuage and a bovate of land in Blakeburn and Berdeworth, held in chief as of the honour of Clyderhowe, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Lancaster, &c., and entering therein without licence; with restitution of the same. By fine of ½ mark.

July 28. Writtle.

Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital of St. Nicholas, Pickering, for Roger de Barneby, king's clerk, to whom the king granted the wardenship of the said hospital.

Sept. 15. Lenham.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Derby of pontage for three years for repairs of their bridge. By p.s.

Sept. 10. Dover.

Licence for Richard de Wyggebere to enfeoff Ingelram Berenger of two parts of a moiety of the manor of Ebblesbornewak, held in chief, and of the reversion of the other third after the death of Joan late the wife of William de Wygebere; and for the said Ingelram to re-grant the same to the said Richard and Maud his wife for their lives, with reversion to Ingelram. By fine of 100s. Wilts.

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Pardon to Maud de Nerford for acquiring in fee simple from Richard de Drencheston and Oliver de Redham a messuage, 43 acres and two parts of of 5 bovates of land, and a fourth part of a messuage in Causton, Boton, Brandeston, and Skeggeton, held in chief, as of the king's manors of Aylesham and Causton, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., and entering therein without licence, with restitution of the same. By fine of 5 marks. Norfolk.

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Stratford of a messuage, 3 virgates of land, 6 acres of meadow, and 16s. of rent in West Stratford to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the parish church of West Stratford for the souls of the said John and the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. Worcester.

MEMBRANE 25.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(1) Grant in full right to Edward the king's first-born son, earl of Chester, and his heirs and successors, kings of England, of the duchy of Aquitaine, and of all lands which the king can hold in the realm of France, jurisdictions, fiefs, arriere-fiefs, &c., and all appurtenances, with reversion to the king in case of the earl dying first.

This charter was made according to a note sent by the bishop of Winchester. [Fœdera. (fn. 1) ]

Sept. 2. Langdon Abbey.

(2) The like to the same of the county Ponthieu and Montreuil. [Fœdera.]

Sept. 10. Dover.

(3) Writ de intendendo for him directed to all persons in the realm of France, as to the duchy. [Fœdera.]

Sept. 2. Dover.

(4) The like to the same in the said county, as to the county. [Fœdera.]

Sept. 10. Dover.

(5) Grant to him and his successors, kings of England, of the duchy and county, to hold the duchy and lands, except the county, to him, his heirs and successive kings of England by hereditary right.

Sept. 10. Dover

(6) Grant of the same to him, and his heirs, kings of England, lawfully begotten of his flesh, by hereditary right, with no de intendendo clause.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(7) Grant of the duchy in another form making the grant 'ex mera liberalitate' instead of 'omni jure et modo'; with the following addition: 'natura et qualitate tenure in eodem statu permanentibus et in nullo mutatis.'

Sept. 10. Dover.

(8) Writ de intendendo directed to all persons of the duchy.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

(9) Grant of the county in the latter form.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

(10) Writ de intendendo in pursuance.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(11) Grant of the duchy, in another form, 'cum omnibus et singulis actionibus, petitionibus, realibus, personalibus et mixtis, ad nos ratione dictorum ducatus et terrarum qualitercumque spectantibus.'

MEMBRANE 24.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(18) Grant of the county, in the latter form.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

(14) Grant of the duchy and county, and all other lands of the king in France in the latter form.

[The above 14 entries are bracketed together, 'Vacated because surrendered.']

Sept. 10. Langdon.

(15) Letter to Charles king of France and Navarre as follows:—

A tresexcellent prince Sir Charles, par la grace de dieu roi de France, de Navarre, nostre treschier frere, Edward par la meisme grace roi Dengleterre, seignur Dirland, et ducs Daquitayne, salutz. Trescher frere, nous enveoms par devers vous Edward nostre trescher fuiz einez, vostre neveu, a qui par certeines resons, et moevementz a nous signifiez par vostre soor, nostre treschere compaigne, roigne Dengleterre, et noz autres messages par devers vous, que nous manderent auxint que ceo serroit a vostre plesance et de vostre assent, nous avons done noz duchee de Guiene, countie de Pountif, et noz autres terres par de la, sicome nous vous avoms autre foitz escrit, et sicome piert par noz lettres overtes queles il en ad et purra moustrer a vostre hautesce, pour faire a vous homage, et ce que en apertient; et en sa compaignie lonorable pier en Dieu levesque Dexcestre et nostre cher et foial Henri de Beaumond. Si vous prioms affectuousement, trescher et tresamez frere, que vous voilletz avoir nostre dit fuiz especialment recomandez a vostre grace, et lui a ces choses benignement receivre et en totes ses busoignes par devers vous graciousment et briefment esploiter, et les ditz Evesque et Henri es choses qil vous dirront et requerront de per nous, bonement entendre et pleine foi doner; et qil vous pleise nostre dite compaigne et nostre dit fuiz et noz autres messages per de la favorablement od gracious esploit toust delivrer. Donne a Dovorr', le x jour de Septembre.

Memorandum that this letter was patent, and a like letter, word for word, was directed to the said king of France under the great seal and was close.

Sept. 14. Dover.

(16) Appointment, during pleasure, of J. bishop of Winchester, Walter bishop of Exeter, and Henry de Bello Monte, knight, as guardians of the said Edward, going to do homage as above.

(17) Power to the said Edward to appoint J. de Wisam, or, if he cannot attend, Ralph de Cobham, or, if he cannot attend, whomsoever Queen Isabel and J. bishop of Winchester, W. bishop of Exeter, and Henry de Bello Campo may nominate, as seneschal of the duchy, and John Travers, king's clerk, as constable of Bordeaux.

(18) The like to the said Edward to appoint a seneschal of Ponthieu and Montreuil on the nomination of the said queen, bishops and Henry.

Sept. 11. Dover.

(19) Power to the said queen and others last mentioned to receive into the king's peace all those who have been or are against him as adherents of the French, and to release to them what pertains to the king for the same.

[The last four entries are bracketed, 'Vacated because surrendered.']

Sept. 11. Dover.

(20) Notification to all persons that the king remits any rancour which he conceived against the king of France by reason of their late discord, saving his right in all things.

Memorandum, that W. bishop of Exeter, did not bring back a like letter of the king of France remitting his rancour, but said that the same letter remained in the custody of William de Cusancia.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(21) Grant to the king's son Edward of the duchy of Aquitaine, word for word as in the first grant.

This charter was made according to a note sent to the chancellor by the bishop of Exeter.

Writ de intendendo directed to archbishops and others as above in the other letters.

Sept. 2. Langdon Abbey.

(22) Grant of the county, word for word as in the first grant.

This charter was made in like manner.

Writ de intendendo in pursuance directed to archbishops and others.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(23) Grant of the duchy, word for word as in the form including actions (the last on membrane 25).

This charter was made in like manner.

Writ de intendendo directed to archbishops and others.

This charter was made in like manner.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

(24) Grant of the county, word for word as in the form including actions (as above).

Writ de intendendo directed to archbishops and others.

MEMBRANE 23.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(25) Grant of the duchy and county and all other lands of the king in France, word for word as in the 6th entry.

Writ de intendendo.

Sept. 10. Dover.

(26) Grant of the duchy, word for word like the 7th entry above.

Writ de intendendo.

Sept. 2. Langdon.

(27) Grant of the county, word for word as in the 8th entry above.

Writ de intendendo.

[The entries 21 to 27 are bracketed, 'Vacated because surrendered.']

Memorandum, on 12 Sep. 19 Edward I, Edward the king's first-born, earl of Chester, to whom the king by charter gave the duchy of Aquitaine, the county of Ponthieu and Montreuil and all the lands which he had in the realm of France, embarked (transfretavit) in the port of Dover for parts beyond the seas to do his homage to the king of France for the same.

MEMBRANE 22.

Sept. 12. Dover.

Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the town of Dover of murage for three years, to be taken by the hands of Nicholas son of Thomas Larcher and Thomas le Keu.

Sept. 30. Maresfield.

Presentation of Richard de Okynchale to the church of Teynton, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Derhurst being in the king's hands.

Sept. 26. Maresfield.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for John de Brian of Bentelwode, hermit.

Oct. 1. Chiddingley.

Signification to W. archbishop of Canterbury of the royal assent to the election of John Ive, sub-prior of St. Saviour's, Faversham, to be abbot of that house. By p.s.

Oct. 4. Grinstead.

Master Walter de Istlep, clerk, treasurer of Ireland, staying in Ireland, has letters nominating Peter Clement and John Renaud as his attorneys for two years.

Oct. 4. Grinstead.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smythefeld, London.

Sept. 15. Dover.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for Master John de Bruyton, going beyond seas on the king's service.

The like until Christmas for the following:—

William Peytevyn, going with the said Master John.

Richard de Sowy.

John Bacoun.

Roger de Ewe.

Oct. 3. Maresfield.

Pardon to Gilbert de Alne of his outlawry in the county of Oxford, for not appearing before John de Stonore and his fellows, to answer touching a plea of trespass of John de Haulou; on condition that he surrender forthwith to prison in that county and stand his trial if the said John wishes to proceed against him. By p.s.

Oct. 6. Banstead.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Henry de Hambury, staying in Ireland on the king's service.

The like for John de Dunton, staying in Gascony on the king's service with Ralph de Basset.

July 10. Westminster.

Licence for Richard le Chaumberleyn to enfeoff John de Kerseye, chaplain, of a messuage, 60 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 3 acres of wood and 40s. of rent in Stokeneylond, Hegham and Shelleye, held in chief as of the honor of Reylleye, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c.; and for the latter to re-grant the same to the said Richard and Eleanor his wife and the heirs of Richard. By fine of 5 marks. Suffolk.

Oct. 4. Grinstead.

Grant for life to Robert de Holden of the custody of the House of Converts, in the suburb of London. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the converts.

Mandate to the sheriffs of London to induct him into corporal possession.

Sept. 23. Maresfield.

Charter in favour of the abbot and convent of Beggeham granting them a market and a fair as granted in their charter of 6 March, 35 Henry III, notwithstanding that they have not used the latter charter. By p.s.

Vacated because on the Charter Roll.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

Pardon to William de Kurtlyngton, abbot of Westminster, for the death of Roger de Alomali, stonemason of the chapel of the king's palace of Westminster, for receiving Peter Page and others, accused of aiding and abetting that death, and for ordering, counselling, aiding, abetting and assenting unto the death; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K.

Oct. 13. Westminster.

Presentation of Master Hamo de Cessay to the church of Bachyngton (sic) by Shorham, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Lewes being in his hands.

The like of Robert de Hemyngburgh to the church of Pyryton, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief.

Oct. 13. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Philip Mody, chaplain, to the prior and convent of St. Swithun's, Winchester, of a messuage in Winchester, held of the priory, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties of Southampton, &c., to hold in satisfaction of 3s. of the 50l. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

Grant to Master Simon de Clare, king's clerk, of the deanery of Subbirie, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Norwich.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Presentation of John de Wyverthorp to the church of All Saints, Walyngford, in the diocese of Salisbury.

Oct. 10. Westminster.

Licence for Stephen Loveraz to enfeoff Ingelram Berenger of two parts of one moiety of the manor of Mordon, held in chief, and of the remainder of the third part thereof after the death of Margaret wife of James de Molyns, who holds the same in dower; and for the latter to re-grant the same to the said Stephen and Alice his wife for their lives, with reversion to the said Ingelram. By fine of 6 marks.

Oct. 16. Sheen.

Grant for life to Master John de Shordich, king's clerk, of the manor of Passenham, co. Northampton, late of Thomas earl of Lancaster, rebel, and an escheat by his forfeiture, with reversion to the king; and if for any reason the king wishes to resume the said manor the said John shall not be removed until he be provided for life with land and rent to the value of 40l. a year. By K.

MEMBRANE 21.

Sept. 15. Leeds.

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters of Walter archbishop of Canterbury, dated at Canterbury on 4 January, 1321, confirming the following ordinances dated in the chapter on 16 February, 1319, made by Henry, the prior, and the chapter of Christchurch, Canterbury, assigning for the maintenance of 6 priests to celebrate the canonical hours and masses daily in the new chapel of St. Mary in their almonry for the souls of Edward I, Edward II, and his children, Lanfranc, and Robert de Wynchelese, of blessed memory, sometime archbishops of Canterbury, the successors of the archbishops, and for themselves and their successors and benefactors, alive and dead, two liveries called liveries of Lanfranc, now vacant, and four others as these fall in, they taking by the hands of the almoner, from the cellar, to wit, for every livery daily a loaf of the monks' bread, a gallon and a half of the monks' ale, or 1½d. from their treasury for the said ale if it happen that the convent drink wine in common; and from the said treasury for the whole year for every said priest 30s. 4d. by equal portions for their kitchen, and 20s. for clothing and shoes, the clothing to be of one and the same colour. The almoner, moreover, out of the said goods and out of the obventions arising at the said chapel and other goods belonging to the almonry, shall provide sufficient light in the said chapel, and the said priests with fitting food and drink and other necessaries at their table, which shall be kept separate from the common table of the household. No priest shall be admitted or removed from the said chantry but by the assent of the prior with the counsel of the chapter, or of the president if the priory is void or the prior abroad. All the priests shall be equal and fellows in chamber and table, and none shall be extolled over others unless he excel in behaviour and deserts. No clerk shall remain more than three months in the almonry, unless being instructed in ecclesiastical offices he can read and sing. The sub-prior, with one of the elder brethren, shall at least twice a year survey and examine the chapel and persons, books, chalices, vestments and ecclesiastical ornaments of the chapel, and in all that he find in want of reformation forthwith enjoin the almoner to repair the same, and if the almoner be negligent the said two brethren shall do this at his cost. The manner in which the priests shall celebrate the divine office in the said chapel has been delivered to them in writing.

Oct. 10. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Easter for William Gerald, 'chaundeler,' staying on the king's service beyond seas with Queen Isabel. By testimony of the queen.

Oct. 11. Westminster.

John de Bohoun, of Midhurst, staying in England, has letters nominating Simon le Archer as his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Protection with clause volumus until Easter for Robert de Staunton, staying as above with Queen Isabel.

The like for William Gerald.

Sept. 17. Leeds.

Thomas de Cantuaria and Alexander de Hegham, monks of Faversham, bringing news of the resignation of John Orfreiser, their abbot, have letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By K.

Oct. 16. Leeds.

Pardon to John Flavel of Cicestre of his abjuration of the realm and for breaking out of prison, after being taken by Peter de Worldham, late sheriff of Sussex, on suspicion of counterfeiting the king's seal at Cicestre and detained therein and fleeing to the church of Holy Trinity, Cicestre, to obtain sanctuary; on condition that he surrender forthwith to prison and stand his trial if the king will proceed against him for the said counterfeiting. By K.

Sept. 14. Wye.

Licence for John de Cherleton to crenellate his house in the town of Shrewsbury. By p.s.

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Pardon to Lenota late the wife of Roger le Broun, who was in custody in the king's prison of Estderham on a charge of receiving William atte Hull, indicted in the county of Norfolk of the death of Agnes Coleman and other felonies, and broke out of such prison and fled to the church of Estderham for sanctuary, and there on that account afterwards abjured the realm, of the said abjuration, receiving, and breaking prison; on condition that she surrender forthwith to prison and stand her trial if anyone will proceed against her for the said receiving.

Sept. 14. Leeds.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Stephen de Segrave, staying in the duchy of Aquitaine with John de Segrave.

The like for the following :—

John de Haustede, staying on the king's service in Gascony.

Reginald de Mohun.

John Travers.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Baldwin de Cave, parson of the church of Beruby.

The like for the following :—

William de Burton, merchant of Beverley.

Oct. 11. Westminster.

Alexander son of Elias le Callere, of Walleworth, and Elias his brother.

Oct. 11. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for George de Brighmerston, staying in the duchy on the king's service with Oliver de Ingham.

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Protection with clause rogamus for two years for the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of Acon, London, and their attorneys, collecting alms in churches. The king's bailiffs are to arrest any unauthorized persons collecting in their name.

Sept. 23. Maresfield.

Brunettus de Judico, prebendary of Brauncton in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, staying in the court of Rome, has letters nominating John de Pinibus, archdeacon of Bazas, and Peter Veaurelli as his attorneys in England for two years.

Sept. 22. Maresfield.

Licence for William Gernoun to grant to John de Bosco and Petronilla his wife and the heirs of the said John two parts of 150 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 12 acres of wood, in Tolleshunt Tregoz, held in chief, as of the honor of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blounvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, etc., and of the remainder of the third part thereof after the death of Elizabeth wife of John le Neuman, who holds it in dower. By fine of 4l.

Sept. 24. Tonbridge.

William, abbot of St. Katherine's without Rouen, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating Robert de Abbacia and William Bisshop the younger as his attorneys in England for three years. By fine of 40s. Middlesex.

Sept. 24. Maresfield.

Presentation of William de Hikelyng, to the church of Hertfeld, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbot of Grestain being in his hands. By p.s.

Sept. 23. Maresfield.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbey of Tavistok, which is of the king's patronage, as the same is now without a pastor, and he has granted the custody of the temporalities thereof to the prior and convent, and for the prior and convent, their men, lands, rents and possessions.

Sept. 16. Leeds.

Licence for Richard le Chaumberleyn of Stokeneylond and Eleanor his wife to grant in fee tail to Reginald Snarry of Assyndon, Albreda his wife, Robert their son, and the heirs of Robert, a messuage, 84 acres of land, 7 acres of wood, 58 acres of marsh, and 7s. 4d. of rent in Assyndon, Reylegh and Fambregg, held in chief as of the honor of Reylegh, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blounvill, escheator in the counties of Essex, &c., with remainder to the right heirs of Reginald. By fine of 100s. Essex.

Sept. 23. Maresfield.

Robert de Welle, knight, staying in England, has letters nominating John de Swaveseye and John de Aldewyncle as his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Sept. 23. Maresfield.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Swavesey. The like for John de Borham, clerk.

Sept. 25. Maresfield.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for John de Crumbwell, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By K.

Oct. 9. Banstead.

Pardon to Asselinus Simoneti, merchant of Lucca, for the death of John Cachegere; on the usual condition. By p.s.

Oct. 17. Sheen.

Licence for Edmund de Catefeld, to whom the king has granted for life the custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts in the city of Norwich, to appoint Edmund de Mulkberton as his substitute.

Footnotes

  • 1. In the transcript in Fœdera the following line is omitted: after the word 'deveria' —et actiones quascumque que nobis competunt vel competere, ad nos pertinent vel pertinere debent vel possent pro quibuscumque et contra quoscumque ratione seu causa dictorum ducatus, terrarum ac ceterarum rerum predictarum'—and before the words 'aut aliquarum earundem.'