1326, membranes 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward II: Volume 5, 1324-1327. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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1326, membranes 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

In this section

MEMBRANE 29.

July 8. Henley.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Thomas de Evesham, clerk.

July 8. Byfleet.

The like for Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, and Philip Denyas, his confrere.

July 8.Henley.

Commission, during pleasure, to Adam de Herewynton, king's clerk, to the office of chancellor of the exchequer, Dublin, with the office of chief baron of that exchequer. By K.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of that exchequer to admit him to the said office, and to deliver to him the seal and other things pertaining thereto. By K.

July 8. Henley.

Appointment of John de Grauntsete as second baron of that exchequer. By K.

Like mandate to the treasurer and barons.

The like of Roger de Preston as second justice of the pleas following the justiciary of Ireland. By K.

Mandate to Nicholas Fastolf to admit him. By K.

July 8. Byfleet.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Byfle and Isabel his wife to the abbot and convent of Lavenden of 3 messuages, 30 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow and 10s. of rent in Latthebury, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of the abbey for the souls of the said John and Isabel, their ancestors and heirs and the faithful departed. By fine of 60s.

July 15. Westminster.

Grant for life to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. Leonard, York. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital. Mandate to the sheriff of York to induct him.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Berard de Lebreto.

The like for the following :—

John de Watenhull, parson of the church of Manigton.

The dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London.

The prior of Worspring.

Thomas de Thorne.

Thomas de Baumburgh, parson of the church of Ovyngeham.

July 15. Westminster.

Restitution to the prior and convent of St. Faith's, of 10 acres of marsh with a fishery and other appurtenances pertaining to a mill in that town, which they lately acquired with the king's licence from John de Claverynge, as it appears by inquisition made by John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c. that these had always been appurtenances of the said mill, but by the dryness of the season at the time of the acquisition they were converted into meadow, and that they are not held in chief, and that not being specified in the king's letters of licence they were taken by the said escheator into the king's hands. By fine of 20s.

July 15. Westminster.

The abbot of Keynesham, staying in England, has letters nominating John de Hembury, his fellow canon, and Adam Gouer as his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 16. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until the Nativity of St. Mary, for Hugh de Lacy of Ireland, knight, with eight mounted men and their household, coming to the king from Scotland. By K.

Vacated because surrendered.

The like, until St. Peter's Chains, for Gilbert de Nemore and Peter Arcolini, envoys of the king of France, returning home. By K.

July 16. Westminster.

Presentation of William de Legh, parson of the church of Otteham, in the diocese of Canterbury, to the church of Piriton, 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, on an exchange of benefices with Robert de Hemyngburgh.

Respite until Michaelmas to Walter de Hopton of the county of Salop from taking the arms of a knight—[unfinished.]

Vacated.

July 15. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, by Guy son of Michael de Knapton of a toft and 30 acres of land in Appelton by Acastre, by John Rabot of a messuage and a bovate of land in Ethelingthorp, by Robert Chaunceller of 6 acres of land there, by Gervase de Rouclif of a messuage in Bouthum, by Thomas le Skinner of Fulford of an acre of land in Fulford, and by William son of Isabel de Gerford of a toft and 5 acres of land in Gerford, which are of the fee of the abbot and convent, and of the value of 22s. 8d. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c., in part satisfaction of land and rent to the yearly value of 185l. 10s. 10d., residue of 200l. a year which they had the licence of Edward I to acquire in his Parliament at Lincoln, whereof they had acquired 14l. 10s. 2d. of land before 12 March in the second year of the present king.

July 18. Westminster.

Respite until Michaelmas to Ralph Bloiou, from taking the arms of a knight.

The like to William Basset.

July 16. Westminster.

Pardon to William Bety of Otteford of his outlawry in the county of Kent, for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Alice daughter of William atte Spitel, chaplain; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea prison of the King's Bench, and stand his trial if she will proceed against him.

July 18. Westminster.

Whereas the king of France is moving war against the king, by receiving the king's wife in his realm, detaining Edward, the king's eldest son, cherishing the king's enemies and rebels, and riding upon the duchy with great armies, whereby the king has commanded that no merchants or others of the power of the king of France should enter the realm, except men of Flanders and Bretons; the king, wishing that others shall not suffer arrest by colour of this, but shall come and go freely, has explained his intentions to Ralph Basset of Drayton, constable of the castle of Dover and warden of the Cinque Ports, by word of mouth, and commands the admirals of the fleets towards the west to give credence to the said Ralph herein, and observe his instructions. By K.

This letter was patent.

A like letter is directed to the same under the name of Ralph de Camoys. [Fœdera.]

July 18. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Hervey de Staunton as chief justice of the Bench with the usual fee. By K.

Mandate to the justices of the Bench to admit him. By K.

July 21. Westminster.

Whereas William Pesshon lately enfeoffed John de Sandale of the manor of Berghby, held in chief, as of the honor of Eye, and the said John granted the same to the said William and Margaret his wife in fee tail, with remainder to the right heirs of William; and they by virtue of that grant entered into the manor without obtaining the king's licence, and have held it down to the present : he has pardoned the trespasses herein and granted licence for them to retain the manor as above.

Aug. 21. Westminster.

Pardon, at the request of Edmund, earl of Arundel, to Warin de Rugge of his rebellion and adherence to rebels, and of any consequent outlawry. By K.

July 20. Westminster.

Presentation of Robert de la Lee, vicar of the church of Boreford, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Aston Prewes, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Preaux being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with John Waryn.

MEMBRANE 28.

July 8. Henley.

Pardon to John le Walsh of his outlawry in the county of Derby for nonappearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Maud late the wife of Bartholomew de Sudle; on condition that he surrender forthwith to the Marshalsea prison of the King's Bench and stand his trial if the said Maud will proceed against him.

July 8. Byfleet.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Scremby of 2 messuages, 16 acres of land and 20s. of rent in Scremby, Askeby by Partenay and Burgh by Waynflet to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily at the altar of St. Mary in the church of Scremby for the soul of the said Peter and the souls of his ancestors and all the faithful departed.

By fine of 10 marks. Lincoln.

July 10. Byfleet.

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

July 12. Henley.

Presentation of Adam de Hotum to the church of Little Bradele, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Geoffrey de Norton and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Stoke being in his hands.

July 18.Westminster.

Respite until Michaelmas to George de Meryet, from taking the arms of a knight. By K.

July 16. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Roger de Nowers.

July 18. Westminster.

Presentation of Thomas de Menestok, parson of the church of Churcheokle, in the diocese of Winchester, to the church of Newenham in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Shireburn being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with Andrew de Guldeford.

The like of the same Andrew to the said church of Churcheokle.

July 16.Westminster.

Pardon to Henry le Taillour of Wygmore whom as Geoffrey le Scrop, the king's justice, has certified, has been outlawed in the county of Worcester for non-appearance before the king to answer the king of this that he was an adherent of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, Roger de Mortuo Mari 'le neveu' and other rebels, for such adherence and of the said outlawry. By p.s.

July 18. Westminster.

Safe-conduct for three years for one or two canons whom the prior of Gyseburn is sending to Annandale in Scotland, the said prior having made petition to the king for permission to do this because he holds the churches of Annandale appropriated, but has not been able to receive the issues and profits thereof for a long time, because he dares not send any of his men there without the king's licence. By K.

July 16. Westminister.

Pardon, at the request of John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, to William son of William Gilibrond for his adherence to Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, and other the king's enemies and rebels, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 12. Windsor Park.

Grant to the prior and convent of Burton on Trent of the custody of the abbey during the next voidance by death or cession of the present abbot; so that no escheator or other minister of the king shall intermeddle himself therein, except at the beginning of the voidance the escheator, sheriff or some minister shall take a simple seisin in the king's name within the gates of the abbey and then withdraw without taking anything away by colour of the seisin and without making stay there beyond one day; saving to the king knights' fees and advowsons of churches, escheats, wards and marriages of the free tenants of the abbey. By p.s.

July 17. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for William de Wedergrave, parson of the church of Strete.

The like for the following:—

Master Roger Cantok, 'clerk.'

J. bishop of Ely.

The master of the house of St. Mark by Bristol.

The abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury.

The dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London.

William de Aykheved.

John Crompilhorn.

July 18. Westminster.

Whereas on 6 May, in his sixteenth year, the king granted for life to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, all the lands late of Peter Crok, in the county of Gloucester, which by the forfeiture of Roger Crok, son and heir of the said Peter, came into the king's hands as escheats, and also all the lands which Isabel late the wife of the said Peter held in dower in the said county, and which, because she was an adherent to the rebels, were then in the king's hands, and the bishop with the king's licence has granted to Isabel the manor of Berewyk, co. Gloucester, to hold as her dower of all the lands late of her husband in the said county; the king accepting the said grant, grants that Isabel shall hold the manor for life. If she die in the lifetime of the bishop, the bishop shall hold it for his life. By K.

July 18. Westminster.

Grant during pleasure to Robert de Insula of the houses within Ludgate in the city of London which were late of John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, and are in the king's hands for certain reasons. By K.

Mandate to Richard de Wynneferthyng to deliver them to him.

July 18. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Ralph Sauvage as admiral of the king's fleet of ships under 30 tons from the mouth of the Thames, as well of the Cinque Ports as of other ports and places towards the west, with power to punish mariners. By K.

Vacated because surrendered.

July 19. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo directed to the masters, mariners and others of the said fleet. By K.

Mandate to him to harass as much as possible the subjects of the king of France, except men of Flanders and Bretons. By K.

Vacated because surrendered.

July 18. Westminster.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for John du Gardyn of Bruges in Flanders, coming to the realm to trade.

The like for the following :—

John le Scotelare of Bruges in Flanders.

Martin de Iserin of Bruges in Flanders.

July 20. Westminster.

Protection for one year for Nicholas Chaumberleyn, merchant, born of the power of France, domiciled in the city of Bath and paying lot and scot with the rest of the citizens. By C.

Safe-conduct for one year for the king's merchants Tald[us] Valoris, Francis Grandone, Alexander de Bardis, James Nicholas and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, conversant in the realm, in going to divers realms. By K.

The said merchants have twenty letters patent under the same form.

July 20. Westminster.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Anthony Bachinus, merchant of Genoa, trading in the realm.

MEMBRANE 27.

July 20. Westminster.

Licence for John, bishop of Meath in Ireland, to appropriate the church of Clonard in Ireland, which is of his advowson. By K.

July 18. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund de Passele, to Ralph de Clyfton, parson of the chapel of la Mote lately built by the said Edmund, of a messuage, 40 acres of land and 7 marks of rent in Broclonde, Fairefeld, Dodemanneswyk and Saltelond, in aid of the maintenance of the said Ralph and of the chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the said chapel for the souls of the said Edmund, his ancestors and heirs and all the faithful departed. By K.

Pardon, at the request of W. bishop of Exeter, to John Luterel of the county of Somerset of his adherence to Roger Damory, a rebel. By K.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Master Robert de Ayleston to the office of chancellor of the Exchequer, with the usual fee.

Mandate to Hervey de Staunton to deliver to him the seal and other things touching that office in his custody. By K.

Mandate to the treasuerer and barons of the Exchequer to admit him. By K.

July 19. Westminster.

Presentation of Roger Ursel, chaplain, to the church of Keggeworth, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Stephen de Segrave, tenant in chief. By K.

July 23. Westminster.

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for Roger Catour, master of the king's ship called la cogge Nostre Dame of Westminster, going to divers parts on the king's affairs, in selecting 50 men for the equipment of the said ship. By K.

The like for the following :—

Richard Komsedeu, master of the king's ship called la Valence of Westminster, for 30 men.

Andrew Rosekyn, master of the king's barge called la Marie of Westminster, for 60 men.

Robert Metacre, master of the king's ship called la Maudeleyne of Westminster, for 30 men.

William Pouche, master of the king's ship called la Blithe of Westminster, for 30 men. By K.

July 8.Byfleet.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, of the following land in exchange in each case for the same quantity of land:—

by John de Grove, John Petit and Robert de Northbynne, 60 acres of land, and 40 acres of pasture in Northbourn, Ripple, Estlangedon and Sutton by Dover;

by Richard atte Sole and Agnes his wife, 7½ acres of land in Plumpstede;

by John atte Welde the elder, 6½ acres of land in the same town;

by Thomas de Fulham and Gregory de Fulham, 13 acres of land in the same town;

by John Cros and Robert Cros, 9 acres of land in the same town;

by Robert le Catour, John le Catour, Walter le Catour, Philip le Catour and Stephen le Catour, 16 acres of land in the same town;

by John atte Welde the younger, 1½ acre of land in the same town;

by William de Burstowe and Robert de Burstowe, 8 acres of land in the same town;

by Henry son of John le Bakere and Edmund his brother, 2 acres of land in the same town;

by Edmund Lambyn, 1½ acre of land in the same town;

by John Simond, 3 roods of land in the same town;

by Richard de Pollethorne and Joan his wife, 16 acres of land in the same town;

by Walter Dounyng, 1 acre, 3 roods of land in Menstre in the Isle of Thanet;

by Walter Barbour, ½ acre of land in the same town;

by Hugh de Chaumpeneys, 1 rood of land in the same town; and

by William Monde, Robert Monde, Simon de Merifeld, Roger de Garwynton and Thomas le Reade, 8 acres of land in the same town and Litlebourn. By fine of 100s.

July 22. Westminster.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Bernard de Lagonye, Gerard de Vilers and Raymond de Vilers, burgesses and merchants of the city of Bordeaux, trading in the realm.

July 15. Westminster.

William de Chestrefeld, clerk, executor of the will of Peter de Brunyngton, clerk, staying in England, has letters nominating Richard de Monte Pessulano as his attorney in Ireland for two years.

July 16.Westminster.

Presentation of Thomas de Baumburgh to the church of Emeldon, in in the diocese of Durham, in the king's gift by reason of an exchange. By K.

July 19. Westminster.

Mandate to mayors, sheriffs and others to arrest any persons prosecuting appeals in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the church of Deen in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Westminster, which he recovered against the abbot by judgment of his court and of his presentation of John de Hiche, king's clerk, to that church.

July 18. Westminster.

The like touching the king's right of presentation to the church of Bencombe, in the diocese of Salisbury, in his gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Caen, being in his hands, which he recovered against Roger bishop of Salisbury, and of his presentation of Hugh de Colewyk, king's clerk, to that church.

July 17. Westminster.

Presentation of Ralph de Wolingham to the church of Fissheburn in the jurisdiction of the Holy Trinity, Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbot of Séez being in his hands.

July 20. Westminster.

Presentation of Adam de Hoton to the church of Little Bradele, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Geoffrey de Norton, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Stoke being in his hands.

The like of John de Houkesworth to the church of St. Margaret, Suthelmham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the bishopric of Norwich being in his hands.

July 23. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for John de Cogan, clerk, going to Ireland on the king's service. By K.

July 24. Sheen.

Licence for Joan de Bohun to grant to Roger Corbet of Caus and Amy his wife and the heirs of Roger two parts of the manor of Haselbere, co. Somerset, and the advowson of the church of that manor and the reversion of the third part of the manor after the death of Joan late the wife of Alan Plukenet, who holds it in dower; and for them to regrant the premises to her for life. By p.s.

July 30. Banstead.

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Cherleton, citizen of London, at the nomination and request of the merchants of the cities, boroughs and places of the realm in which the staple of wool, hides, wool-fells and tin is ordained to be held, as mayor of the same staple. By K. & C.

Writ de intendendo for him directed to sheriffs and others. By K. & C. [Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 26.

July 21. Westminster.

Respite until Michaelmas to Oliver le Gros from taking the arms of a knight. By K.

July 22. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for Robert de Kelleseye, king's clerk, parson of the church of Exston.

The like for Master Jordan de Cantuaria, clerk.

July 22.Westminster.

Power until Whit Sunday, in extension of a like power for a term now expired, to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, with the advice of the king's clerks of the chancery and treasury and others of the council of that land, to grant pardons for felonies and trespasses perpetrated there, by letters patent under the seal used in Ireland. By K.

July 23. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Agnes late the wife of Peter de Brewosa.

The like for the following:—

July 20. Westminster.

Master Edmund de London, archdeacon of Bedford.

John de Percebrigg, parson of the church of Wolewych.

July 23. Westminster.

Margaret Tyeys.

July 25. Sheen.

Appointment during pleasure of Ralph Basset of Drayton and John de Reche to the custody of the islands of Gerneseye, Jereseye, Serk and Aurny and of the castles and fortresses therein, as Otto de Grandisono, who has the custody thereof for life by grant of Edward I, does not make stay in those islands and has not ordered sufficient custody for them against attacks of the French; and out of the issues they are to receive by the hands of the lieutenant of the said Otto as much as shall be necessary for the defence thereof. By K.

Writ of aid for them to the said Otto or his lieutenant and all persons of the said islands. By K.

July 24.Sheen.

Licence for Thomas de la Ryvere of Brandesby, 'chivaler,' and Joan his wife, to grant in fee simple to William son of Henry de Melton a messuage and 9 bovates of land in Oustewyk in Holdernesse, held in chief, as of the honor of Albemarle.

July 23. Westminster.

Appointment of John de Garenne, earl of Surrey, as captain and principal surveyor of the array in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancaster, by the counsel and advice of William, archbishop of York, Simon Ward, John de Wisham and John de Felton. French. By K.

The like of the following in the following counties with the advice of the following:—

Ralph Basset co Kent. The archbishop of Canterbury. John de Cobeham. William de Grey. Stephen de Cobeham.
Robert de Kendale
Ralph Basset Surrey and Sussex. The bishop of Chichester. Edward de Seint Johan. John de Erdington.
Robert de Echingham
Thomas, earl Marshal, the king's brother Essex and Hertford. The bishop of London.
The same Norfolk and Suffolk. The bishop of Ely.
Edmund, earl of Arundel Lincoln. Ebles Lestraunge. William de Kyme.
The earl of Winchester, and the earl of Leicester Warwick, Leicester, Nottingham, and Derby.

With the clause, 'the king wills that at all times when the earl of Leicester cannot be present the earl of Winchester shall act by himself without waiting for him.'

John de Beauchamp Somerset, Dorset, and Wilts.
Robert Fitz Payn
Hugh de Courtenay Cornwall and Devon. The bishop of Exeter.
Peter de Ouuedale

French. [Parl. Writs.]

Writ de intendendo directed to John de Cobham, in favour of the above Ralph Basset of Drayton and Robert de Kendale, principal surveyors of the array in Kent.

The like to all the above counsellors. French. [Parl. Writs.]

The form of array.

This form was sent to the above earls and magnates. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 2. Porchester.

Mandate to Henry de Percy to repair to his castle of Alnewyk, in pursuance of the ordinance of the prelates, earls and barons assembled at Westminster, that the earl of Surrey should be captain of the men at arms mounted and on foot in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancaster, and the earls of Winchester, Leicester and Arundel should be captains in the other counties towards the North, and that magnates having castles and fortresses in those parts should stay there for the defence of those parts. By K.

The like to Peter de Mauley to repair to his castle of Mulgreve.

The like to John de Claveryng to repair to his castle of Werkeworth. These writs were close. French. [Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 25.

July 23. Westminster.

Substitution of John de Seint Johan and Ralph de Camoys in the room of the earl of Winchester as principal surveyor of the array in the county of Wilts, with the counsel of John, bishop of Winchester, John, bishop of Bath and Wells, and Roger, bishop of Salisbury, as above. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 2. Porchester.

Mandate to William de Ros of Hamelak to repair to his places in the northern parts and be aiding unto the earl of Surrey. By K.

The like to William le Latymer. And they were close. French. [Parl. Writs.]

The like to L. bishop of Durham, to aid the said earl and to maintain the castle of Norham and the places within his liberty with men at arms, victuals, armour and other necessaries, and to array the men of his liberty. French. And it was close. By K.

Aug. 18.Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Bartholomew de Lesbay of Bayonne, merchant, going to Bordeaux with goods and merchandise and thence returning to the realm and staying there trading.

The like for William Arnaud del Portau of Bordeaux, merchant.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Licence for Nicholas de Huntercombe to enfeoff John de Lilleburn of a moiety of the manor of Wolloure, held in chief, except a messuage, a mill and 3 carucates of land there, which are held for life by Ralph de Nevill, and of the reversion of the latter after the death of the said Ralph, and of the reversion of a moiety of the manors of Belford and Yesyngton, with appurtenances, Lowyk and Hethpole, with appurtenances also held in chief, after the death of Ellen late the wife of Walter de Huntercombe, who holds the same in dower. By fine of 10l. Northumberland.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for John del Dale, Gilbert Savour and Giles Bertlot, merchants of Ipre, in Flanders, who lately came to England, now returning to Flanders, with their goods.

MEMBRANE 24.

July 26. Henley.

Grant to Richard Lovel that whereas John de Kaylly, who held for life the manor of Walles, co. Gloucester, of the inheritance of John Giffard of Brymesfeld, a rebel, whereby the manor after the death of the said tenant would revert to the king as an escheat by the forfeiture of John Giffard, has granted to him his estate in the manor, or if the said John predecease him, he shall hold the said manor for his life. By p.s.

July 30. Banstead.

Protection for one year for John Boyter, born of the power of France, who lately came from Ireland to England, as it has been testified to the king that he is a burgess of Ros in Ireland, having there children, a household, and a permanent domicile.

July 24. Westminster.

The like for servants of W. archbishop of Canterbury taking victuals and divers of his things from London to Canterbury by land and by water.

July 25. Sheen.

Confirmation of a grant for life by John la Warre to Robert son of John Grelle and Ellen his wife of 145½ acres of land in Greneloweth, held in chief as of the honor of Lancaster, by the service of 40s. a year, with successive remainders in tail male to Henry, Albert, Gilbert, Geoffrey, Alexander, Peter, Robert, Thomas, John and Herbert, sons of the said Robert, and reversion to the said John de la Warre and his heirs.

July 18. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for the abbey of Waverle, which has fallen into debt by divers times of dearth and other tribulations in those parts, and appointment of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, to the custody thereof for three years. By K.

Aug. 6. Porchester.

Protection with clause nolumus for brother Peter, late proctor in England of the abbot of Fécamp, and Stephen Power of the county of Sussex, and the temporalities of that abbey, which by the death of Robert de Putot, the late abbot, came into the king's hands and which he has committed to the custody of the said Peter and Stephen during the voidance at a yearly rent to be paid at the Exchequer.

Aug. 4. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Ocha Martini Trinail of the county of Biscay in Spain, master of a ship called The Ship of St. Peter, coming to the realm with merchandise. By K.

July 28. Henley.

Licence, at the request of Eleanor la Despenser, the king's niece, for the prioress and convent of Wykes to acquire in mortmain land and rent not held in chief to the value of 100s. a year. Licence also for them to acquire another 100s. a year of like land and rent in exchange for land and rent to be given by them. By p.s.

Aug. 7. Waltham.

Pardon, in consideration of a fine, to Malcolm Musard for his adherence to the rebels, and of the outlawry in the county of Worcester published against him while he was in prison on that account, for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Alina Burnel, on condition that he surrender forthwith to gaol, and stand his trial if the said Alina will proceed against him; with restitution to him of his lands taken into the king's hands on account of such adherence. By p.s.

Aug. 4. Porchester.

Pardon in like terms to Richard Anneys of Blaby of his outlawry in the county of Lincoln for non-appearance before the king on a plea of trespass of John de Walpol.

Aug. 11. Clarendon.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Nicholas de Baddeseye, chaplain, to the abbot and convent of Evesham of 2 messuages, a mill, a carucate and 10 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 40s. of rent in Evesham, Baddeseie, Northluttelton and Bratforton, which are held of the abbot and convent and are of the value of 111s. 4d. as appears by inquisition of John de Hampton, escheator in the counties of Worcester, &c. in part satisfaction of lands and rent to the value of 10l. a year, which they have the king's licence to acquire.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct, until Christmas, at the request of Anthony Usus Maris, for Frederick Picanulius and Simon de Cicada, masters of a galley of Genoa, coming to the realm. By K.

The like for the following masters of galleys of Genoa :—

Albertinus Grilus.

Hugelinus and Coradinus de Aurea.

Also all these have the like letters conjointly. By K.

The like for one year for William de Andryngg, John de Vineis and William de Pomeriis, merchants and yeomen of Master Peter de Galiciano, king's clerk, going with merchandise to the duchy [of Aquitaine]. By K.

The like for one year for Peter Loupes of Spain. whom the said Peter is sending to Spain on his affairs. By K.

Aug. 13. Clarendon.

Revocation of the presentation of Roger Ursel, chaplain, to the church of Keggeworth, in the diocese of Lincoln, which the king believed to be in his gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Stephen de Segrave, tenant in chief, as he has since found by inspection of the rolls of the chancery that the same belongs to Christiana late the wife of John de Segrave, tenant in chief, having been assigned to her by the king in dower. By K.

MEMBRANE 23.

July 28. Henley.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master John de Colecestre, parson of the church of Tendryng, and prebendary of Nisdon, in the church of St. Paul, London.

The like for :—

Tido de Varesio, archdeacon of Berks.

William de Dalton, parson of two parts of the church of Croxton.

Aug. 2. Porchester.

The abbot of Tichefeld.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Fulk Corbet, prebendary of Freford, in the church of St. Chad, Lichefeld.

Thomas de Forde, parson of the church of Maydene Newenton, for two years.

John de Kirkeby of Cranle.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

William Lucas and John his brother.

Master Thomas de Hotoft, archdeacon of Dorset.

William de Derby, parson of the church of Chelmark.

The warden and scholars of the house of the Valley of Scholars, Salisbury.

Master John de Wynchelse.

Master Henry de la Wyle, chancellor of the church of St. Mary, Salisbury.

Master Nicholas Lambard, prebendary of Yatemynystre, in the same church.

John de Roches, going on the king's service to the islands of Gerneseye, Gereseye, Sark and Aureneye, has letters nominating John atte Halle and Henry de Bourn, his attorneys in England for one year.

Robert de Norton, going with him on the king's service, has the like nominating Robert de Hoo and John atte Halle.

William de Roches, going with him on the king's service, has the like nominating John atte Halle and Henry de Bourn.

Aug. 1. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Bartholomew de Lesbay of Bayonne, going to Bordeaux with a ship laded with corn and other goods to trade.

The like for William Arnaud del Portau of Bordeaux, merchant.

July 16. Westminster.

Writ of aid for one year for John de Neusom, clerk, charged by the steward of the household as the keeper of the wardrobe to purvey hay, oats, beans, litter and other necessaries for the king's horses in his custody.

Aug. 3. Porchester.

The abbot of Oseney, staying in England, has letters nominating John Poynaunt, his canon, and Robert de Pirye as his attorneys in Ireland for three years.

Aug. 4. Porchester.

Appointment of Walter de Norwyco as treasurer of the Exchequer during the absence of W. archbishop of York on the king's affairs in the North. By K.

Aug. 8. Porchester.

Mandate to sheriffs, mayors, bailiffs, lords and masters of ships and all mariners of Portesmuth and the coast westwards, to repair at once to the admirals, the king having heard that many have not done so yet although commanded; and they are to give credence to Edmund le Provost, Simon de Friskenad and Berduk de Tyl, serjeants at arms, the king's envoys in this behalf. French. By K.

The like to the same from Portesmuth to Dover, and to give credence to Simon Croiser. French.

The like to the same of Great Jernemue and Little Jernemue and the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, and to give credence to John Harsik, king's yeoman. French.

The like to the same of the Cinque Ports, and to give credence to Ralph Basset of Draiton. French. By

Aug. 4. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year, out of affection for the lady Mary de Biscay and the noble man John de Biscay, lords of Biscay, for their men and merchants, coming to the realm to trade. By K.

Aug. 7. Porchester.

The like, for one year, having regard to the good behaviour of the burgesses of Penne in Agen, for William Bernardi de Sancta Fide, and William de Viva, burgesses and merchants of Penne, coming to the realm to trade. By K. and by letters testimonial of the town of Penne.

The like for the following burgesses and merchants of the said town with the exception of the two of Bordeaux:—

Raymond Cardonis.

William de Celerio.

John Faward and Giles his brother.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Peter Fresepayn and Giles de Catus. By K. on the testimony of Adam de Lymbergh.

Raymond Sarrailer and Raymond de Druyle, citizens and merchants of Bordeaux.

Gerald de Johanne. By K.

Sept. 2. Porchester.

Arnald de Fonte Capraria. By K. by testimony of Master Peter de Galiciano.

Aug. 9. Clarendon.

Presentation of John de Morlund to the church of Ormesheved in the diocese of Carlisle, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the see.

Aug. 11. Clarendon.

Pardon to John son of Alan son of William de Keldsyk for the death of Adam Barward of Whyrig, on account of which he became an adherent of the king's enemies, and for all other offences, the said John having been admitted to the king's peace by Anthony de Lucy in pursuance of a power lately given to the said Anthony, and to William de Dacre and John de Castre, all now deceased, to admit to the king's peace adherents of the Scots and of the rebels. By K.

The like to the following :—

Adam Sweteman, for the death of John Beaufrer of Bounes.

Alan son of John le Storour, for the death of William Wynpeny.

John de Hayton, for the death of Adam le Couhird.

Adam son of John de Alenbrig, for the death of John de Plumland.

Pardon in general terms to the following :—

Richard de Hetherington. By K.

John Dunnyng.

John de Hetheryngton.

Robert Dunnyng.

William Fraunceys, admitted to the king's peace by William de Acre, as the same Anthony has signified. By K.

Patrick son of John de Buchecastre, admitted in like manner. By K.

Richard Man, admitted by the above John. By K.

John Man, as above.

Stephen son of Thomas de Quelpedale, for the death of William del Hill, admitted by the said William.

Robert le Clerk of Thoresbye for the death of John son of Adam del Morthwayt.

John Bullok of Glassan for the death of Adam Clossan. By K.

MEMBRANE 22.

Aug. 11. Clarendon.

Pardon to Robert Bouman for the death of Robert de Ekkedale, admitted to the king's peace by the said John as above.

The like to the following for the same death :—

Henry son of Robert.

John Lymour.

Adam Lymour.

James Gerrok.

William de Farlham.

Robert son of Robert.

William son of Robert.

John son of Robert.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Writ of aid directed to sheriffs, mayors, bailiffs, lords and masters of ships, mariners and others from the mouth of the Thames westwards, in favour of Nicholas Kiriel, admiral of the said ships, appointed in pursuance of the late ordinance of the council that all ships of 50 tuns and over of those parts should assemble at Portesmuth on Sunday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist with a double equipment and that all the lords of such ships should be in them ready to execute the orders of the said admiral, and that all the lords and masters of ships of less than 50 tons should keep their ships in their ports and not go out for the purpose of fishing or any other business, until the king had made further demands to survey the muster of ships of 50 tons there on that day and to bring the lords and masters thereof with their ships into the king's service, and to arrest all ships of less tonnage which he finds upon the sea, and keep the men in them in prison until further order. [Cf. Fœdera.] By K.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for William de Montibus, merchant of le Mas-d'Agenais (de manso Agenensi) going to the duchy [of Aquitaine] to trade.

July 24. Sheen.

Licence for Joan de Bohun to grant to Roger Corbet of Caus, and Amy his wife, and the heirs of the said Roger, two parts of the manor of Chaselberewe, co. Somerset, and the advowson of the church of that manor, held in chief, and the reversion of the third part thereof after the death of Joan late the wife of Alan Plukenet, who holds it in dower; and for Roger and Amy to regrant the whole for life to the said Joan. By p.s.

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for John de la Tour, merchant of the town of Besaz, coming to the realm to trade; on testimony by Oliver de Ingham, seneschal of Gascony, tc his good behaviour. By K.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

The like for Arnald de Beyvill of Puys Guilliam of the duchy [of Aquitaine], and William his brother, coming to the realm to trade.

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

Writ of aid until Michaelmas for John Dyve, master of the king's ship called la Nicholas whom the king is sending on his business to divers parts, with power to select men for the munition of the said ship. By K.

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

Appointment of John de Sturmy, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of the Thames towards the north, to keep the scrutiny of all letters within his bailiwick. [Fœdera.] By K.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

Grant for life to Henry de Dytton of a messuage and a virgate of land in Harewelle, escheats by the forfeiture of Ralph Wace, who held the same by grant of the king for life. By K.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

Pardon to Peter son of William Hog of Wynested, for the death of Robert son of Walter de Waldegrave at Wynested, as it appears by the record of John de Donecastre and his fellows, justices assigned to deliver the king's gaol of York, that he killed him in self defence.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

Pardon of the trespass of Roger le Longe of Bow (de Arcubus), sometime citizen of London, in bequeathing in mortmain without licence of Edward I or the king, 5 marks and 40 pence of yearly and quit rent issuing, as follows :—35s. out of his capital messuage with brewhouse, which he bought of the heirs of Ralph le Spycer of the parish of St. Mary atte Bow, London, and 35s. out of a tenement in Wodestrete, which he bought from the executors and attorney of Geoffrey de Katenham and out of a tenement close by towards the north, which he bought from the son of Richard Lufchild in the parish of St. Alphage within Cripelgate, London, for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Bow, London, for the soul of the said Roger, and for the souls of Lucy, sometime his wife, and John his son, his benefactors and the faithful departed; as appears by inquisition made by William de Weston, escheator in the counties of Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Middlesex and in the city of London.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for John Gout, merchant, and Peter and Gaillard his brothers, born of the town of Besaz, on testimony to their good behaviour, and that the said John, during the late disturbance in the duchy [of Aquitaine], was dwelling in the realm. By K.

Aug. 20. Clarendon.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Ralph de Camoys, constable of the castle of Wyndesore, to the head keepership of the king's parks there. By K. on the information of William de Colby.

MEMBRANE 21.

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

Commission to Edward de Sancto Johanne and John de Ratynden, arrayers in the county of Sussex, to select 150 armed footmen and 400 archers, so that they are at Portesmuth on Sunday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist.

The like to the following :—

John Drueys co. Wilts, 150 foot and 300 archers.
Peter Doynel
John de Roche co. Southampton, 200 foot and 400 archers.
Walter Wodelok
William de Stoke co. Dorset, 100 foot and 200 archers.
John Wake
Brian de Gouyz
Henry de Cobham co. Kent, 50 foot and 50 archers.
Walter de Huntyngfeld
William de Grey

[Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

Commission to Ralph de Camoys, Thomas Tregoz and Roger Bavent to survey the above array in the county of Sussex. By K.

The like to the following :—

John de Bello Campo of Somerset co. Dorset.
Philip de Columbariis
Hugh de Poyntz
John de Cobham co. Kent.
John de Segrave
Ralph Sauvage
John de Sancto Johanne co. Southampton.
John de Scures
Reginald de Pavely co. Wilts.
John Mauduyt
Robert Selyman

[Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 19. Clarendon.

Appointment of John de Bray, serjeant at arms, to select within the forest of Wyndesore 20 footmen and 20 archers, to be at Portesmuth as above. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

July 9. Byfleet.

Protection with clause volumus, until All Saints, for Master John de Hildesle, parson of the church of Thyngden, going to Gascony on the king's service.

He has letters nominating Robert de Hemmyngburgh, clerk, and Edmund de Hildesle as his attorneys in England until then.

Protection with clause volumus, until All Saints, for John de Henele going with the said John.

Aug. 30. Porchester.

[The like] for one year for the abbot of Beaulieu Regis.

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

Appointment of Maurice de Brune, Robert de Echyngham, John de Cobham and Roger de Bavent to survey the ships of over 50 tons in the towns and ports of Romenhale, Pevenese, Wynchelse, Rye, Hastynges, Hethe, Dovre, Sandwiz, Faversham, Gillingham, Maydenstan, Strode, Clyve, Swannescampe, Grenewiz, Seford and Shorham, and to see that they join Nicholas Kiriel, admiral of the Western fleet at Portesmuth, and that all the lords and masters of the ships of less tonnage are kept in the said towns; and they are to arrest such as have not joined, both ships and men.

The like of the following in the ports and towns named :—

John de Insula Portesmouth, Hoke, Hamele, Southampton, Yaremouth, Neuport in the Isle of Wight, and St. Helen's, Isle of Wight (villa prioris Sancte Helene.)
Robert de Haustede
John de Warblynton
John de Grymstede
John de Bello Campo of Somerset Plymmouth
Robert Fiz Payn Yalhampton
Geoffrey de Hautevyll Lym
John de Chidiok La Pole
Waymuth Portelmuth Loo
Excestre Lymynton Polruan
Luleham, Kyen, Topesham Kyavene Vawy
Teignemuth Warham Lostwydel
Sidemuth Melecoumbe Barstaple
Dertemuth Falemuth Heyleworthy
John de Bures Bristoll Cammeys
Otto de Boteringham Chepstowe Landstephan
Nicholas Dauney Breggewater Salteney
Robert Gyen of Bristol Swaneseye Lyvrepol
Robert Beudyn Muleford Fordham
Richard de la Ryvere
Hardelawe Holdestowe and Patrikestowe Thornham
Towemuth St. Karantoc Taltham
Ilfardecumbe Clovely Sencher
St. Michael's Mount Cheppedenemere Dunsterre
Mousehole Welles and Holcham Cumbemartyn

MEMBRANE 20.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

Appointment of Robert Fitz Wautier, Robert de Rocheford, John Fillol and Philip de Verly in the ports and towns of Herewiz, Colecestre, Manitre, Maldon, Saltcote, Tollesbery, Merseye, Fyngringho, Seint Osith, Foulnesse, co. Essex, and their members, and to see that they join John de Sturmy, admiral of the fleet in the north. By K.

The like to the following in the counties named :—

Robert de Ufford Ipswich Oreford co. Suffolk.
Thomas Latymer Erewell Goseford
Richard de la Ryvere Baudreseye Dunwich
Edmund Bacoun Great Yarmouth Spaldyng co. Norfolk.
John Howard Little Yarmouth Hunstanton
Robert Baynard Lenne Holme
Robert de Erpyngham Blakeneye Snedesham
Thomas de Novo Mercato Boston Waynflet co. Lincoln.
John Darcy 'le uncle' Saltfletby Grymmesby
Roger de Somervyll Kyngeston on Hull co. York.
Robert de Siwardeby Raveneserod
Thomas de Heselarton Scardeburgh
Ralph de Nevyll Tynemuth Alemuth
Thomas de Grey Dunstanburgh Hertelpol
John de Fenwyk Whyteby Werkworth
John de Lilleburn
Newcastle on Tyne co. Northumberland.
Newebiggingg
Halieland

[Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 19. Clarendon.

Presentation of William de Chebeseye, chaplain, to the church of Little Reynes, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Thomas de Welles, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Aug. 19. Clarendon.

Protection, for one year, for Peter Boyter, merchant born of the power of France, because he is a burgess of Welles, having there children, household and permanent domicile and has stayed there over thirty years.

Aug. 21. Clarendon.

Pardon, at the request of Isabel de Hastynges, to Stephen de Pulton for a trespass of vert and venison in the king's park and forest of Claryndon, for which he is detained in the prison of the marshalsea. By p.s.

Aug. 20. Clarendon.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for John de Pomeriis, prior of Andevre, and Bernard his brother, going to the court of Rome, on their own affairs. By K.

Aug. 19. Clarendon.

Protection, with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Brunus de Jodico, prebendary of Brampton, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln.

Aug. 21. Clarendon.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Elias de Assheburn, king's yeoman, sent to Ireland for some business enjoined on him by the king. By K.

Aug. 24. Clarendon.

Licence for John Montsorel to enfeoff William de Eston, vicar of the church of Poterne, and Henry Estmond of 49½ acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 4 acres of pasture, and an acre and a half of wood in Divises, held in chief, and for the latter to re-grant the same to him and Cecily his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to his right heirs. By fine of 1 mark. Wilts.

Aug. 24. Clarendon.

Whereas William de Okle acquired in fee in the time of Edward I from John de Plecy 40 acres of land in Hedlegh, co. Surrey, held in chief, and Roger atte Vigne, his brother and heir, who entered into the same as his right and inheritance afterwards enfeoffed Thomas le Spenser thereof; and whereas John le Hauberger acquired the same from the said Thomas as well as 38 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in Feltham, co. Middlesex, held in chief of the present king from Thomas atte Brugg of Feltham, without licence for this obtained from the late or present king; the latter for a fine made by John le Hauberger has pardoned these trespasses and granted that the said John shall have the lands again. By fine of 1 mark. Surrey.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct, during pleasure, for Peter Moles of Mailork, king's merchant, trading in the realm. By K.

Aug. 16. Clarendon.

The like, until Christmas, for the said Peter, going to Flanders on the king's business. By K.

Aug. 17. Clarendon.

Protection, for one year, for John Dosinhou, merchant, born of Besuz, going to the duchy and the realm; on testimony by Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, that for the whole time of the late disturbance in the duchy and long before he was staying in his company and elsewhere in England on the king's service. By K.

Aug. 12. Clarendon.

Pardon to Thomas le Taverner of Ravenserod and Joan his wife for acquiring in fee tail from Ralph de Sancto Martino a toft, a bovate of land, and 4 acres of meadow in Holaym, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, with remainders in tail to Isabel de Sancto Martino, and Juliana her sister, and reversion to Ralph and his heirs, and a toft and a mill in the said town held in chief as of the said honor, with reversion to the said Ralph and his heirs; and from Thomas de Holaym, parson of the church of Holmton, a toft in Swinthorp, held in chief as of the said honor, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Thomas, and entering therein without licence: with licence for them to retain the premises.

Aug. 24. Clarendon.

Protection with clause nolumus, for two years, for Alexander de Hemmyngby, prebendary of Husseburn, in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury.

The like for one year for Philip Hayward, parson of the church of Kenderchurch (Sancti Kenedri).

The like for the following:—

John de Vienne.

Master John de Abbodesbury, prebendary of Werministre, in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury.

Master Robert de Worth, prebendary of Chesingbury in the said church.

Hugh de Spineto, prebendary of Alton Pancras in the said church.

Master Nicholas de la Wyle, precentor of the said church.

Master William de la Wyle, parson of the church of Stapelbrigg.

Hugh de Spineto, parson of the church of Thurkeleston.

Master Walter Hervy, archdeacon of Sarum.

Master Walter Hervy, prebendary of Beministre in the said church.

Master John de Tarent.

MEMBRANE 19.

Aug. 20. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Bernard Faver, yeoman of Raymond Durandi, seneschal of the Landes in the duchy, going to the duchy with goods and merchandise of the said Raymond and himself and returning to the realm.

The like for John le Squier, merchant of Bourg in the duchy, coming to the realm with goods, trading there and returning home again.

The like for Gaillard Coubull and Arnald de Bugons, born of the town of Besaz, to the duchy with goods; on testimony that all through the time of disturbance in the duchy they were dwelling in the realm.

Aug. 17. Clarendon.

Grant, during pleasure, to Idonia, wife of John de Crumbwell, of the issues of the manors of Wyntreslowe, co. Wilts, Bokeland, Senclebergh and Amundesham, co. Buckingham, Eyworth, co. Bedford, Essingden, co. Rutland, Morton, co. Lincoln, Peverelthorp, co. Nottingham, Malteby, Bautre and Kymbreworth, co. York, Wyntreton, co. Warwick, and Multon and certain lands in Yerdele and Potterspury, co. Northampton, and of a third part of the manor of Staveley, co. Derby, which are of her inheritance, and have been taken into the king's hands by reason of the offence of the said John in dwelling beyond seas after repeated commands to return, and committed to the custody of Roger de Bylney on condition that he should answer for the issues in the Chamber; and the corn, oxen, affers, stock, robes, beds, jewels, and other things belonging to her chamber; to be received by the hands of the said Roger, saving to the king horses, destriers, armour, falcons, vessels and the jewels of the said John, found in the premises. By K.

Aug. 24. Clarendon.

Pardon for a fine made by Sibyl late the wife of Laurence de Sancto Martino of the trespass of herself and her husband in acquiring in fee from Reginald de Sancto Martino, a moiety of the manor of Stepellangeford held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for her to retain the same for life with remainder to the right heirs of Laurence. By fine of 100s. Wilts.

Aug. 26. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for Simon de Mountbretton ahd Arnold Cayleu de Reynak, coming from the city of Bordeaux to the realm with wine and goods.

Aug. 20. Clarendon.

Pardon to Adam son of William Burry for acquiring in fee from Margaret daughter of Hubert Usee, a virgate of land and pasture for 4 oxen, 4 cows, 2 affers, 41 sheep, and 10 pigs in Figheldene, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same. By fine of 20s. Wilts.

Aug. 24. Clarendon.

Licence, for a fine made by Henry Burry of Salisbury, for the prior of St. Denys by Southampton to grant the manor of Bymerton, co. Wilts, held in chief, to him and Edith his wife for their lives at a rent of 23 marks. By fine of 10l. Wilts.

Aug. 26. Clarendon.

Safe-conduct until Martinmas, for John Jurdan le fuitz William, who lately came from Scotland from Robert de Brus with letters to the king, returning to Scotland by command of the king. By K.

Aug. 26. Clarendon.

Pardon to Edith late the wife of Reginald Bishop of Beggarstrete of her waiver in the county of Wilts, for non-appearance before John de Stonore and his fellows, justices appointed to hear and determine the said trespasses, to answer touching a plea of trespass of Ingelram Berenger; on condition that she surrender at once to the king's prison and stand her trial if the said Ingelram will proceed against her.

Sept. 1. Porchester.

Appointment during pleasure of Master John de Redeswell as a baron of the Exchequer, with the usual fee. By K.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons to admit him. [Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 30. Funtley ? (Huntele).

Presentation of Thomas de Tolre, chaplain, to the vicarage of the church of Axemuwe, in the diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Mounteburgh being in his hands. By p.s.

Aug. 31. Porchester.

Protection with clause nolumus, from one year, for the king's men and tenants of Hertilpol.

Aug. 28. Clarendon.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Henry de la Wyle, chancellor of the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, to the dean and chapter of that church, of a messuage in Salisbury, to find a clerk to be server to three chaplains to celebrate divine service daily at the altar of the Apostles in the said church. By fine of 1 mark. Wilts.

Sept. 4. Porchester.

Roger de Criketot, staying in England, has letters nominating Henry le Ridere and John Hull as his attorneys for two years.

Sept. 3. Porchester.

Protection for one year, at the instance of Master Peter de Galliciano, king's clerk, for Richard de la Biry, and Bertrand de Galliciano, merchants, and their goods and merchandise. By K.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for William de Bacoun and his ship, which the said Master Peter has freighted to carry corn from the realm for Bordeaux, and to bring back wines to England. By K.

Sept. 6. Porchester.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Aymer de Insula, burgess and merchant of Bordeaux.

The like for the following:—

Master John de Pinibus, prebendary of Southmoskham, in the church of St. Mary, Southwell, and of Hull, in the church of St. Peter, Heghtredebury.

John de Bradeley.

The abbot of Teukesbury.

Margery late the wife of John de Gosewyk.

The provost and chaplains of the chapel of St. Elizabeth by Winchester.

Laurence Meys, burgess of Southampton.

William de Vico, parson of the church of Cumpton, going on the king's business to the islands of Gernereye and Jereseye and adjacent islands.

The abbot of Tichefeld.

Sept. 4. Porchester

Grant for life to Robert de Holden, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. James without Westminster. By K.

Writ de intendendo to the brethren and sisters. By K.

Sept. 5. Porchester.

Presentation of John de Ixworth to the church of Merkefeld, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Robert de Holand being in his hands. By p.s.

Sept. 2. Porchester.

Berard de Lebreto, going to Gascony on the king's service, has letters nominating Master John de Pinibus and John de Salthous as his attorneys in England for one year.

Sept. 4. Porchester.

Safe-conduct until Easter for Margery late the wife of John de Gosewyk, going to Scotland to further some business of her's there. By K.

Sept. 3. Porchester.

Grant to Berard de Lebreto—in extension of a grant to him on 21 April last of the lands of John de Ros, during pleasure, so that he should receive 200 marks a year from them and pay 50l. a year to the wife of the said John, and answer at the king's will for any value of the said lands over this amount—that he shall hold the lands quit of any payment for any value over the said sums. By K.

MEMBRANE 18.

Aug. 22. Clarendon.

Licence for the prior of St. Denys by Southampton to grant to John Aungyr of Fallardeston and Margaret his wife the manor of Bereford, held in chief, to hold for their lives, at a rent of 10 marks. By fine of 10 marks. Wilts.

Aug. 25. Clarendon.

Protection for one year for William de Meret, merchant of Genoa, going to divers parts of the realm to recover goods of himself and his fellows, merchants of Genoa, lately eloigned at Southampton.

Aug. 27. Clarendon.

Protection and safe-conduct for two years for Denis le Marchaunt of the island of Jerneseye, coming to the realm to trade. By K.

Aug. 29. Funtley (Fontelye).

Power to Robert de Welle to agree in the king's name to a day and place, which the envoys of the king and Robert de Brus will arrange, to treat of certain things which cannot be dealt with by the keepers of the truce, and which were reserved by the said truce for the king and the said Robert or their deputies to settle. [Fœdera.] By K.

Sept. 1. Porchester.

Grant to Robert de Silkeston, king's clerk, of the deanery of Wolvernehampton. By K.

Aug. 30. Porchester.

Pardon to Anabilla de Walsale for aiding and abetting John de Billesden, who broke the prison of Warwick, and committed other felonies, and receiving him well knowing of the felony. By p.s.

Sept. 2. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct, until All Saints, for John de Cogan, king's clerk, treasurer of Ireland, ordered by the king to hasten to Ireland and do what pertains to his office. By K.

Sept. 2. Porchester.

Mandate to John Howard, Robert de Erpyngham, and John Curzoun, arrayers in the county of Norfolk, to select 500 armed men and lead them to Erewell, co. Suffolk, by St. Matthew the Apostle, to stay there at the king's wages for a month. By K.

The like to the following arrayers:—

Robert de Rocheford Essex, 800 archers.
Thomas Gobioun
John de Tendryng Suffolk, 200 armed men, and 500 archers.
Thomas de Bavent
Robert de Peyton

[Parl. Writs.]

Sept. 3. Porchester.

Appointment of Robert le Fitz Wautier, Robert de Rocheford, John Fillol and Philip de Verley, to supervise the assembly of the ships of 30 tons and over from the mouth of the Thames northwards at Erewell by the above date pursuant to the order of the king and council to the lords and masters of such ships of the ports of Herewiz, &c. co. Essex (mentioned above on m. 20).

The like, directed to the other commissioners mentioned above [m. 20] in the counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Lincolu, York, and Northumberland, respectively. [Parl. Writs; Fœdera.]

Sept. 2. Porchester.

Letters of credence in favour of Ralph de Camoys and Robert de Watevyll touching the muster of ships of the northern parts at Erewell by the above date; directed to leaders of men at arms and arrayers in Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk, the sheriffs of those counties, and the admiral of the northern fleet. Et erant patentes. By K.

Sept. 10. Porchester.

Appointment of Robert de Ufford, Thomas Latymer and Richard de la Ryvere to select 12 ships in the towns of Harwich and Ipswich and their members, as ordered by the king and council, to wit, each furnished with 40 men, victuals and other necessaries, to be at Orfordnesse by Wednesday after St. Matthew the Apostle next, at the expense of the men of those towns who are staying at home, and have no ships or part in them; to repel the enemy if they attempt a landing there while the fleet assembled at Erewell on the said feast happens to be away on the king's service. By K.

Sept. 7. Porchester.

Licence, after inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c. for Isabel de Vescy to assign in mortmain to the prior and Friars Preachers of Scardeburgh a plot adjoining their dwellingplace, 200 feet by 50 feet, which is held in chief, and worth 2s. yearly, as it appears that this is not to the king's damage except in this that he will lose 6d. a year due from it for 'gabulage' for the enlargement of the said dwelling-place. By K. on the information of brother Robert, the king's confessor.

MEMBRANE 17.

Sept. 4. Porchester.

Protection and safe-counduct for one year for Giles de Faward, commonly called Barrau de Faward, and John Faward, his brother, burgesses and merchants of Penne, going to the duchy [of Aquitaine] and thence to the realm to trade, as the said town did not adhere to the French when they lately invaded the land of Agen.

Sept. 5. Porchester.

Inspeximus and confirmation to Thomas de Burton, kinsman and heir of the undermentioned Roger of (1) a charter by Walter, sometime archbishop of York, granting to Roger son of John de Suthburton 6 bovates of land in the field of Suthburton, to wit, one which John his father held of old with a toft and other appurtenances of the archbishop and his predecessors, one which Robert son of Thomas sometime held, two with a toft and appurtenances sometime of John son of Roger, two with a toft and appurtenances sometime of Laurence son of Muriel, also a toft which William le Pynder sometime held; to hold to the said Roger and his posterity in meadows, feedings, pastures and all easements and profits pertaining thereto within the said town and without, at a rent to him and his successors of 20s. 4d., by the name of the rent of old due, and ½ mark a year for works due of old from the said lands which the archbishop has had commuted into money, and 18d. for his assessment (afferanto) in respect of the windmill in Suthburton. Witnesses:—William, succentor of York, Peter de Fichelden, canon of Ripon, Reginald de Stowe, canon of Suwell, Walter de Castell', the archbishop's chaplain, Master Henry de Schipton, William de Wychendun, and Richard de Bovill, his stewards, Alan de Hesel, and William de Calverley, his clerks, Falk de Wakefeud, Michael de Heck, John le Fleming (Flandrens') and others.

(2) Confirmation of the foregoing by Sewal, the dean, and the chapter of St. Peter's, York, dated at York, the day of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1249. Witnesses:—S. the dean, G. the precentor, R. the treasurer, W. arch[deacon] of York, J. archdeacon of Richmond, W. archdeacon of Nottingham, J. archdeacon of Cliveland, N. archdeacan of the East Riding, S. the sub-dean, Masters S. de Heclesfeld, N. de Seleby, W. de Grey, canons of York, John Bouer, Robert de Farnham, and others. By fine of 1 mark. York.

Sept. 4. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for John Rode and Thomas Nuskelyng, taking their ship called la Nicholas of Suthampton, which the king has given them licence to load there with corn and merchandise to Bordeaux, and bringing back wine and other goods, By K.

Sept. 9. Porchester.

Presentation of John de Blisworth to the church of Dodyngton in the diocese of Lincoln. By K.

Sept. 4. Porchester.

Licence for John le Smale, king's clerk, dean of the free chapel of St. Martin le Grand, London, to acquire in mortmain land and rent not held in chief to the value of 100s. a year. By K.

Sept. 8. Porchester.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John bishop of Bath and Wells to the master and brethren of the house of St. Mark, by Bristol, of the advowson of the church of Overstaweye, in exchange for 80 acres of moor, the site of a mill and the sluices thereof, with a conduit leading to the said site in Cumpton, Ceddre and Netherwere; granted after inquisition made by Robert de Bilkemor, escheator in the counties of Somerset, &c. whereby the king has learned that this will not be to the damage of any and that the advowson is held in chief as belonging to the bishopric, and the church is worth 10 marks a year, and that the moor is held of the bishop by reason of his manors of Cumpton and Ceddre which the bishop holds of the king as parcel of his barony, and that the said moor is worth 100s., and that the said mill-site, conduit with sluices and suit of mill are held of others than the king in frank almoin, and are worth 100s. Licence also for the master and brethren to appropriate the said church. By fine of 40s. Somerset.

Sept. 10. Porchester.

Presentation of William de Houeden to the church of Helmyngham, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of William de Clare, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the bishopric of Norwich being in his hands.

Sept. 12. Porchester.

Licence for Edmund Bacon to enfeoff John de Catfeld and Robert de Jernemuth of the manor of Hatfeld Peverel, co. Essex, held in chief as of the honor of Huntyngdon, and for them to regrant the same to him and Margery his wife in tail male, with remainder to his right heirs.

Sept. 10. Porchester.

Inspeximus of letters patent (in French) produced (porrectas) to the king by John Baddingg and Benedict Sely, dated on the eve of St. Laurence, 20 Edward II, whereby John Jacob, Jakemin Jacob, Libert de Huy and Gilsoun de Huy, merchants of Dinaunt, for the salvation which Saundre le Keu, master of a ship called the Cog of St. John of Wynch[else] made of them and their goods, quit-claim to the said Saundre and all his companions any action, suit, or challenge they may have against them. Sealed with their own seals and with that of the mayoralty of Sandwiz.

Sept. 13. Porchester.

Appointment of Hugh Sampson, mayor of the town of Suthampton, and Thomas de Bynedon, to collect a fleet of 10 or 12 ships from Portesmuth westwards and bring them to Southampton, and to detain ships of the realm to that number, if any can be found within the liberty of the town of Southampton, to go on the king's service whithersoever the said Hugh and Thomas shall tell them. By p.s.

Sept. 3.Porchester.

Pardon to Roger Peyvere of his outlawry in the county of Bedford for non-appearance before Henry Spigurnel and his fellow justices of oyer and terminer touching the said trespass, to answer touching a plea of trespass of James Beauflower; on condition that he surrender at once to prison and stand his trial if the said James will proceed against him.

Sept. 11. Porchester.

Safe-conduct, for one year, or until further order, for the king's merchant, Bernard Mercerii, with a ship called The Ship of the Holy Ghost, Pasqual de Baiona, with a ship called The Ship of St. Peter, Bartholomew de Mercerio, with a ship called The Ship of St. Anne, and John de Belu with a ship called The Ship of Bernard Dournecat, who lately came from Bayonne to Southampton with goods, and are now going to the parts of Gernemuth to fish for herring and to buy corn and victuals, to take to Bayonne and Bordeaux, for the munition of those cities.

Sept. 12. Porchester.

Presentation of Alan de Bedefeld, parson of the church of Kirkeby, in the diocese of Lincoln, to the church of Helmyngham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of that bishopric being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with William de Clare. By p.s.

Sept. 15. Porchester.

Pardon to Richard son of William Burgeis for the death of Roger le Hetheward, as it appears by the record of John Neyrnut and his fellows, justices assigned to deliver Aylesbury gaol, that he killed him in selfdefence.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for John le Flemyng the elder, Henry his son, and William de Inkepenne, burgesses of Suthampton, going to Ireland, Gernereye and Jereseye and divers parts of the realm to trade.

Sept. 24. Westminster.

William de Huntele and William de Boys, brethren of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Gloucester, coming to the king with letters of the chapter announcing the death of John de Okes, their prior, have letters of licence to elect.

Sept. 26. Tower of London.

Protection for two years for John de Warrewyk, hermit dwelling at Langham, co. Rutland, and his men begging alms.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Elias de Islep.

MEMBRANE 16.

Sept. 6. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Aymer de Insula, burgess and merchant of Bordeaux, who came from Bordeaux with wine and goods, and who is going back for more.

Aug. 15. Clarendon.

The like, for one year, for John de la Tour, merchant of the town of Besaz, his men and merchants, coming to the realm with wine and goods and returning; on testimony by Oliver de Ingham, seneschal of Gascony, to his good behaviour. By K.

Sept. 5. Porchester.

lnspeximus and confirmation of a writing (in French) by Thomas, abbot of Teukesbury and the convent thereof dated at Teukesbury in the chapter of the abbey, on 24 March, 1325-6, 19 Edward II, reciting that, whereas John le Botiller of Lanultwyt, with the king's licence, granted to the abbey 7 messuages, 4 cottages, 276 acres of land, 15 acres of meadow, 14s. 10½d. of rent in Aumeneye Seint Croys, co. Gloucester, part of which lands and rents is held of Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan, and Eleanor his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester, and the other part is held of the said Hugh as of the earldom of Salesbury, the said abbot and convent, in consideration of the assent of the said Hugh and Eleanor to the said amortization, have granted that they will sing in the abbey church once a year four masses for their good estate, to wit, one mass on the octaves of the four principal feasts, and after the death of either 30 masses a year for the soul of the deceased and for the good estate of the survivor, and for the souls of both after death. Also on the anniversary of the said Hugh they will feed 100 poor every year, to wit, with bread, beer, 'potage,' and a mess from the kitchen for one meal, and to do this they bind the said lands and rents which they hold of the fee of the said Hugh, and the lands purchased of the said John le Botiller. By p.s.

Sept. 7. Porchester.

Grant to William de Herlaston, king's clerk, of the prebend of Heghworth, in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the bishopric being lately void and in the hands of Edward I. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to R. the bishop.

Grant to Thomas de Evesham, king's clerk, of the prebend of Norton, in the church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the sea being in his hands. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Hereford.

Sept. 6. Porchester.

Simple protection, for one year, for Berard de Lebreto.

Sept. 8. Porchester.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Thomas de Bocton, subdean of the church of St. Mary, Salisbury.

[The like for] Richard de Barflet.

Sept. 6. Porchester.

Protection, until the Purification, for John de Wygemor and Archibald de Crabarry, merchants of Scotland, who were lately arrested within the realm for certain causes, going to divers parts of the realm to prosecute business affecting themselves and other merchants and scholars of that land, likewise arrested, and to recover certain goods and merchandise eloigned from them at sea by pirates. By K.

Sept. 6. Porchester.

Writ of aid for John Gabriel, deputed by John de Cherleton, mayor of the Staple, to do what pertains to his office in the city of Winchester, during the pleasure of the mayor. By testimony of the mayor.

Sept. 6. Porchester.

Grant to the prior and convent of Plumpton, at the request of William Bacun of Dertemuth, king's serjeant, to whom, at the king's request, they have granted maintenance out of their house for life for himself, a groom and a horse, that this shall not prejudice them as a precedent. By K.

Aug. 25. Clarendon.

Protection, during pleasure, for the men of the islands of Gernereie, Jereseye, Serk and Aureneye, and the adjacent islands. By K.

Sept. 8. Porchester.

Pardon to William de Chillyngton for the death of Vivian de Staundon, killed before Christmas, 18 Edward II, and of any consequent outlawry, in consideration of his service in the army in the duchy, although he did not obtain a pardon before in pursuance of the king's grant that all persons finding sufficient mainprise to go to the duchy in the army on the next passage should obtain pardons for offences committed before that date, because he had then gone on the said service; on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K. & C.

Sept. 9. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct, for one year, for William Dyve, burgess of Bordeaux, going to the duchy to trade. By K.

The like for the following:—

Raymond Manent and Bidau Manent, burgesses of Bordeaux.

Henry de Offord and Richard le Engleis, burgesses of Bordeaux.

Bernard Mercerii, citizen of Bayonne.

Sept. 12. Porchester.

Otto de Grandisono, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating Ralph de Inkepenne and John Page as his attorneys for three years.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

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

Sept. 10.Porchester.

Licence for William de Ros of Hamelak to enfeoff Master Nicholas de Ros of the castle of Hamelak and the manors of Hamelak and Harum, co. York, held in chief, with knights' fees, advowsons, parks, chaces, fairs, markets, warrens, liberties and all other appurtenances, and for the latter to regrant the same to him in tail male, with remainder for life to Margery his wife, and successive remainders in tail male to Margaret his daughter and Elizabeth her sister, and ultimate remainder to his right heirs. By K.

Sept. 13. Porchester.

Presentation of Ralph de Munsterton, chaplain, to the vicarage of the church of Aston, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Tikeford being in his hands.

Sept. 9. Porchester.

Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Peter de Bydal, born of the town of Besatz, on testimony that for the whole time of the disturbance in the duchy, and long before that time, he was staying in the realm and has borne himself well. By K.

MEMBRANE 15.

Sept. 16. Porchester.

Presentation of Richard de Laberton of Alyncestre, chaplain, to the church of Stoke Basset, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of William de Wolfardeleye, the last rector. By K.

Sept. 16. Porchester.

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent of John, bishop of Llandaff, dated at Llandaff, 5 Kal. Augusti, 1325, reciting that, whereas John de Monemue, bishop of Llandaff, his predecessor, acquired for himself and his successors the appropriation of the church of Newland in the forest of Dene, in the diocese of Hereford, with the tithes of new assarts in the said forest, he out of gratitude for such great benefits, with the assent of the chapter, grants out of the great commons and profits due to the bishops at the feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 100s. yearly to be distributed as follows. First he ordains that, from Michaelmas next, there shall be a priest in the church of Llandaff to be elected by the bishop and not to be removed without lawful cause, to celebrate mass daily for the souls of the said John de Monemue, of Edward I, frequent benefactor of the church of Llandaff, and his predecessors and successors, also for the soul of the said bishop, when he shall go the way of all flesh, his predecessors and the souls of his successors, and all the faithful departed, and the said priest shall be bound to serve in the hours of the night as well as the day, or by a substitute in case of lawful impediment, like the rest of the vicars ministering in the said church, and he shall have 5 marks a year out of the said 100s. Also, there shall be four commemorations yearly in the said church of Llandaff for the souls of the bishop's predecessor, the bishop, his predecessors and successors and all the faithful departed at such times as shall be ordained by the precentor and succentor, but one shall be on the day of the obit of the said predecessor, and another on the day of the bishop's death; and on the said four days half a mark shall be distributed amongst those present at the commemoration. On the day of the said obit half a mark shall be given to the poor. If there is hereafter any negligence in the ordination of a priest or in the payment of his stipend, or the said distribution, it shall be lawful for the chapter to do these things without the consent of the bishop J.; the said payments are to be made by the sub-treasurer of the church of Llandaff.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Leyburn as captain and admiral of the fleet of Great Yarmouth and other places from the mouth of the Thames northwards, with power to punish the mariners and others of that fleet.

Writ de intendendo directed to the masters, mariners and others thereof. By K.

Sept. 16. Porchester.

Pardon of the trespass of Matthew de Essex, sometime citizen of London, in bequeathing 5 marks of rent issuing out of tenements which he had of the feoffment of Amice daughter of William son of Richard in Cordewanestrete in the parish of St. Mary le Bow, London, for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said church for the souls of the said Matthew, Roesia, sometime his wife, his father and mother, his benefactors and all the faithful departed, which premises have been taken into the king's hands by William de Weston, escheator, on account of the trespass; and grant that they shall remain charged with the rent for the chantry.

Sept. 15. Porchester.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Seleby to retain in mortmain 13 acres of land in Seleby acquired from Thomas de Cawode; a messuage there acquired from Juliana daughter of John son of Reyner; a messuage there acquired by John de Wystowe, sometime abbot, from John de Crull of Steyner; 12d. of rent there acquired by William de Aslagby, sometime abbot, from William Gyly; 5½ acres of land there acquired by Simon de Scardeburgh, sometime abbot; from Thomas son of Ivo de Seleby, a toft and 2 acres, 1 rood of land there acquired by the same abbot; from Thomas Ichegam and Nicholas de Cawode, 1 acre of land there acquired by the same abbot; from Richard Pertryk a messuage there acquired by the same abbot from John Drouri of Crull, and a messuage there acquired by the same abbot from Margery de Nightegale, all which are held of the abbot and convent and were acquired after the publication of the statute of mortmain, without the licence of the late or present king, and are worth 21s. 2d. yearly, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator, as of the value of 22s. 2d., in part satisfaction of the land and rent to the value of 28l. yearly, which in consideration of their quit-claiming to him 49l. 8s. in which he was bound to them for corn and other victuals bought for his household, the king granted licence for them to acquire.

Sept. 21. Sheen.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the abbot of Westderham.

The like for the following:—

The prior of Cardigan.

Richard de Barflet.

Robert de Sancto Albano, parson of the church of Magna Boudon.

John de Heyron.

Master John de Shordiche.

Oct. 3. Westminster.

William de Sarum, parson of the church of Whethamstede.

John de Percebrigg, parson of the church of Wolewych.

Sept. 23. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Waltham, king's clerk, who lately had licence to acquire land and rent to the value of 12l. a year and assign the same to religious uses, of a messuage in the parish of St. Augustine by Distaflane, London, held in chief as the whole of the city of London is, and worth 5 marks a year, as appears by an inquisition made by the sheriffs of the city, to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London, to maintain a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said church for the good estate of the said Roger, for the souls of Anthony Beek, sometime patriarch of Jerusalem and bishop of Durham, and of the ancestors, relations, friends and benefactors of the said Roger and all the faithful departed, and for the soul of the said Roger after his death; also to provide certain feedings (puturas) for the poor, and other alms yearly : in part satisfaction of the said 12l.

Sept. 33 (sic) Westminster.

Respite until Easter for Ralph de Marchynton, from taking the arms of a knight. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Sept. 24. Westminster.

Pardon to Geoffrey Seman of Cauntebrigg', for acquiring in fee from John de Chavent the manor of Wapham, held in chief, and entering therein without licence, and restitution to him of the manor. By fine of 20l. Sussex.

Sept. 25. Tower of London.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Henry de Clyf, king's clerk, to the prior and convent of St. Gregory, Canterbury, of 18 acres of land in Natinden by Canterbury, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in their conventual church for the soul of the said Henry and the souls of his ancestors and the faithful departed. By fine of ½ mark.

Sept. 25. Tower of London.

Respite, until Easter, to Nicholas Russel from taking the arms of a knight. [Parl. Writs.] By p.s.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Grant to Lawrence de Insula, king's clerk, of the prebend of Cunqyn, in the church of Killaloe. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to D. bishop of Killaloe.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Broclesby, king's clerk, as one of the remembrancers of the Exchequer. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Oct. 4. Acton.

Presentation, on the nomination of S. bishop of London, of Sewal Scharp, chaplain, to the vicarage of the church of White Nottele, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Thetford being in his hands.

MEMBRANE 14.

Sept. 26. Tower of London.

Appointment of Stephen de Abyndon, constable of the castle of Pleshey, to levy all the fencible men of Essex for the defence of those parts against invaders. By K.

Sept. 26. Tower of London.

Mandate to John Darcy, justiciary of Ireland, to restore the temporalities of the bishopric of Killaloe, void by the death of Benedict, to David de Imlaco, preferred to be bishop thereof by J. the pope, the said David having renounced all words in the papal bull prejudicial to the king's right, and submitted himself to the king's grace herein. By K.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Sept. 26. Tower of London.

Commission, during pleasure, to Stephen de Abyndon of the custody of the corpus of the castle of Pleshey, which is in the king's hands. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to John de Insula to deliver it.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Grant to the mayor, sheriffs and others of the city of London of murage for three years, to be taken by the hands of Hamo de Chiggewell, the mayor, and his deputies; on condition that goods passing over or under London Bridge, on which pontage is taken, pay nothing by reason of this custom. By K.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Protection for one year for Maud late the wife of Hervey de Forges and Peter le Chapeleyn of Eltham, born of the power of the king of France, they having found security for their good behaviour. By K. on the information of G. le Scrop.

Oct. 1. Tower of London.

General pardon to Adam de Hyndele, on condition that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K. on the like information.

Sept. 16. Porchester.

Writ of aid for Robert de Perpount, appointed by Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, chief arrayer in the counties of Leicester, Warwick, Nottingham and Derby, to array the men of the counties of Nottingham and Derby, and for Hugh de Nevill and John Bret appointed by the king with him to do the like; with mandate to Thomas de Novo Mercato and his fellows, late arrayers in those counties, to deliver to them the rolls by hundreds and twenties. [Parl. Writs.] By K. & C.

Oct. 1.Tower of London.

Mandate to John de Hampton, escheator, to deliver the temporalities of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Gloucester, void by the death of John de Okes, to John de Bykenore, who has been elected to be prior and warden of the said hospital as by letters of the brethen to the king appears, and has done fealty to the king.

Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Hugh de Pontefracto, warden of the lepers' house of St. Leonard atte Stonlok, Suthwerk.

Oct. 1. Tower of London.

Writ of aid directed to the bailiffs, good men and whole commonalty of the town of Oxford in favour of John de Doclinton, whom they elected as mayor and presented to the king, he having taken his oath in the chancery to execute his office faithfully. By K. on the information of William de Herlaston.

Sept. 30. Tower of London.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Thomas de Sibthorp, farmer of the church of Shenle.

The like for the following:—

John de Borham.

Thomas de Sibthorp, farmer of the church of Northcolyngham.

Oct. 4. Acton.

Protection for one year for George de Saluciis, king's clerk, born of the parts of Lombardy, as the king would not that he be disturbed by pretext of any mandate of taking the bodies and goods of Frenchmen. By K.

The like for James de Clavaxio, proctor in England of the said clerk, born of the same parts. By K.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Pardon to John le Chaumberleyn of Sauston for acquiring in fee tail from Simon Pirot a messuage, 20 acres of land and 3 roods of meadow in Sauston, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and restitution of the same to him, reversion to the said Simon and his heirs. By fine of 20s.

The like to William de Otewy of Sauston and Margery his wife for acquiring in fee simple from Simon Perrot 10 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in Sauston, held in chief, and with restitution of the same to them. By fine of 10s.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Licence for John de Sudleye to grant in fee tail to John son of Bartholomew de Sudleye and Eleanor his wife the remainder of two parts of the manor of Dersete, co. Warwick, held in chief, which two parts Edmund son of William de Bereford holds for life by demise of John de Sudleye; with reversion to the said John de Sudleye and his heirs. By fine of 10l. Warwick.

MEMBRANE 13.

Sept. 30. Tower of London.

Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the town of Oxford, in extension of the grant to them of murage for 5 years from 12 December, 15 Edward II, of murage for another 3 years.

By K. on the information of William de Herlaston.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Pardon to John de Lammar for acquiring in fee from Reginald de Pavely a messuage and a virgate of land in Shotesbrouk, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; with restitution of the same. By fine of 2 marks.

Sept. 2. Westminster.

Protection for one year for Master John de Monte Claro, canon in the church of Southwell and parson of the church of Irencester, in the diocese of Lincoln, on testimony that he is of Lombardy and not of the power of the king of France.

Oct. 4. Acton.

The like for Arnald Cogut and Amaneu Reyne, vintners, on testimony that they are merchants of St. Emilion and not of the power of the king of France. By K.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Hervey de Staunton, king's clerk, to the master and scholars of the house of St. Michael, Cantebrigge, of an acre of land in Chedle and the advowson of the church of the same town, in augmentation of their maintenance. By fine of 20l.

The like by the same to the same of 2 messuages in Cantebrigge.

By fine as in the other charter above.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

William son of Nicholas de Cheyngny, staying in England, has letters nominating Geoffrey de la Hoge and Richard de Molyns as his attorneys in the islands of Gerneseye and Jeresie, for one year.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for him in the same islands.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Pardon to John son of William Pippard of Little Stanmere of his outlawry in the city of London for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of the prior of St. Bartholomew's, Smythfeld, London; on condition that he surrender to the prison of the Marshalsea of the king's Bench, and stand his trial if the prior will proceed against him.

Oct. 3. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Bredstrete of London of 5 marks of rent yearly in London to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of All Hallows, Bredestrete, for the souls of John ad Crucem of London, 'marchaunt,' and the faithful departed.

By fine of 100s.

Oct. 1. Tower of London.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of the mayor and commonalty of the city of Lincoln, dated at Lincoln, on Wednesday the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, 17 Edward II, to Hugh de Edelyngton and Agnes his wife and the heirs of their bodies of a dyke called le Werkedyk abutting on the city wall towards the north, and on the high road towards the south, and a place of land below the wall near the Friars Minors in Braddegate, containing 150 yards with inches in length and in breadth from opposite Claxletegate to the South Tower 6 yards, to hold at a rent of 10s. a year, with remainder to Alexander brother of the said Hugh, and the heirs of his body. By fine of ½ mark.

General pardon to William le Sone.

By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop.

Oct. 12. Gloucester.

Protection and safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Master Simon de Caral, clerk, of Scotland, who was lately arrested by certain of the king's mariners, with two servants and divers goods, in going from Scotland to Flanders, and was brought to Scardeburgh and afterwards sent to the king, as the king of his grace is permitting him to return from Scardeburgh or Kyngeston-upon-Hull to Flanders. By K.

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 purvey hay, oats, beans, litter, and other necessaries for the king's horses.

[Oct. 12.] Gloucester.

Robert, prior of Bath, staying in England, has letters nominating Ralph de Sobbury and Nicholas de Weston as his attorneys for two years.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Presentation of Master John de Blebury to the church of Leghthe, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Robert de Hoyland being in his hands. By K.

The like of Master John to the church of Leghthechirche, in the same diocese. By K.

Sept. 27. Tower of London.

Pardon, at the request of Robert de Watevill, to James de Welde for hunting in the forest of Essex, and taking and carrying away the king's deer, on condition that he goes on the king's service with the said Robert with as many archers and others as he can. By p.s.

Oct. 8. Westbury.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for John de Mereworth, staying on the king's service. By K.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for John de Cok.

The like for:—

Alexander de Babeham.

Simon de Wodham.

Robert Hucchin of Bray.

Robert de Shiplake.

Oct. 15. Tintern.

Protection for one year for the priory of Hereford, fallen into debt; and commission of the same to the keeping of Richard de Ireby, so that he apply the revenues to the relief of its debts, saving reasonable sustenance for the house.

MEMBRANE 12.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Appointment of Daniel de Burgham in the county of Kent to select and lead all the horse and foot who will go with him against Roger de Mortuo Mari and the rebels who have invaded the realm, and to take them alive or dead. By K.

Memorandum, that the said Daniel is to be with the king with the said men on Monday next. [Fœdera and Parl. Writs.]

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

The like of Simon de Redyng, king's serjeant, to select 100 footmen out of the men arrayed in the counties of Oxford and Berks and lead them to the king to repel the invaders. [Fœdera and Parl. Writs.] By K.

The like of John de Braye for 40 footmen in the county of Berks. [Fœdera and Parl. Writs.] By K.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

The like of Res ap Griffith, after reciting that the said Roger and other rebels in the company of the queen and Edward the king's son have invaded the realm, to assemble all the forces of West Wales and South Wales to go with him against the said rebels. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

The like of Griffin ap Rees in North Wales.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

The like of Ralph de Wedone to select 200 of the men at arms, hobelers and others in the county of Buckingham and to lead them to the king in the manner in which he is commanded. [Fœdera and Parl. Writs.] By K.

Oct. 3. Acton.

The like of Richard Fille, master of a ship called la Despensere, as keeper of the river Thames, to arrest malefactors with ships and boats lying in the mouth of that river who plunder merchants and others coming by that river to London, who secretly put ashore men with suspicious letters at places where search ordered for such letters cannot be made, or who take men with such letters without the realm; and they are to make search of all men entering or leaving the realm along the river, the port of London excepted. By p.s.

Memorandum, that the said Richard made oath before the chancellor to perform his office faithfully.

Protection and safe conduct, for one year, for Francis Comono, William de Amsen, and Bartholomew Armurer, merchants of Bruges in Flanders, coming to the realm.

The like for the following :—

John de Ele merchants of Lescluse in Flanders.
John Gerlof
James Storum merchants of Bruges in Flanders.
William de le Stowe
William de Calkere
John Ost'

Oct. 12. Gloucester.

Gaillard de Ayrmenak and Peter Dusset, merchant vintners of Ayrmenak. By K.

Oct. 10. Gloucester.

Appointment of John de Toucestre to select all men at arms wherever he goes and to lead them to the king as he is instructed; with power to arrest the disobedient. By K.

The like to the following:—

John le Keu.

Thomas de la Haye.

Oct. 12. Westbury.

Robert de Micheldevre, all fencibles, horse and foot, of the county of Wilts and elsewhere. [Parl. Writs.] By p.s.

Commission to the sheriff of Worcester and Malcolm Musard to select all men at arms and 3,000 archers on foot of that county and lead them to the king. [Parl. Writs.] By. K.

Appointment of Richard Wroth, keeper of the land of Irchinfeld, and John de Sutton to select all men at arms, horse and foot, of that land and lead them to the king. By K.

The like of the following in the following lands:—

Robert Clement Breghenock.
Meredith ap Eynon
Walter de Pedwardyn
Meredith ap Eynon Talgarth.
Walter de Pedwardyn
William ap Rys Elveyl.
Leuelyn ap Muryk
Robert Clement Hay. [Parl. Writs.]

Oct. 10. Gloucester.

Mandate to John Inge, keeper of Wiggemore and Ludlowe, or his lieutenant, to levy all the fencibles of his bailiwick and have them at Gloucestre by Wednesday next. By K.

The like to the following :—

John Daniel, keeper of Radenoure, Luggernes and Penebrugg.

Cadogan ap Howel and Davy Waghan, keepers of the land of Melenneth.

William ap Rees, keeper of the land of Elveyl. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Oct. 15. Tintern.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Thomas de Bradeston to the custody of the corpus of the castle of Berkeley, to do all that is necessary in the matter of men and victuals for the munition thereof; but he is not hereby to be charged with the issues of the castle or any foreign appurtenances of the castle. By K. on the information of John de Bek.

Mandate to John de Frelond to deliver the said corpus to him and to be helping and counselling unto him in all that pertains to the safe keeping of the castle and to pay, at his order, out of the issues of the castle by indenture made between them, all expenses incurred in the munition thereof during his stay.

Oct. 15. Tintern.

Appointment of the said Thomas to levy men at arms, hobelers, as well as footmen, archers and others for the munition of the castle, and to lead them to the king if necessary. By K.

Oct. 13. Westbury.

Pardon to Roger de Peldon of all manner of trespasses of vert and venison in the forest of Essex, and of any consequent outlawries, on condition that he go with the king against his enemies. By K.

Oct. 15. Tintern.

Presentation of John de Helewys, parson of the church of Parva Beteryng, in the diocese of Norwich, to the vicarage of the church of Geyton, in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbot of Caen being in his hands; on an exchange of benefices with John de Stoke juxta Clare.

MEMBRANE 11.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Mandate to the mayor and bailiffs of Lincoln to arrest all bearers of letters of the king's enemies. French. By K.

The like to the following mayors and bailiffs :—

Norwyz.

Bristowe.

Notingham.

Cantebrigg.

Norhampton.

Great Jernemuth.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Wyrcestre.

Lenne.

Oxneford.

Wyncestre.

Staunford.

Loundres.

Everwyk.

Excestre. [Fœdera.]

Sept. 27. Tower of London.

Appointment of Robert de Watevyl to levy and assemble all the men at arms and footmen of the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Hertford, Cambridge and Huntingdon, and to pursue the rebels and do what harm they can to them except to the Queen, the king's son and the earl of Kent. French. [Fœdera.]

Sept. 27. Tower of London.

Writ de intendendo in favour of the said Robert directed to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, who by proclamation is to forbid anyone to give aid to the enemy.

The like to the following sheriffs:—

Cambridge.

Huntingdon.

Essex and Hertford. French.

Sept. 27. Tower of London.

Commission to John de Cobham, John de Segrave and Ralph Sauvage, chief arrayers of the men at arms and footmen in the county of Kent, to cause all the men at arms and hobelers of that county to come to the king forthwith, and 200 footmen armed and 2,000 unarmed, archers and others and themselves with all their power to lead them to the king; and although he is not bound to pay them wages as they are summoned for defence of the realm, he has commanded the sheriff to pay their wages until they come to him, and thenceforwards their wages shall be paid in the king's wardrobe. French.

The like to the arrayers in the following counties, all the men at arms and others enumerated below:—

Surrey also the hobelers, 200 footmen armed, 2,000 footmen unarmed, archers and others.
Sussex 200 footmen armed, 3,000 others such as archers, &c.
Middlesex 300 footmen disarmed, archers, &c.
Hertford 20 footmen armed, 1,000 archers, &c.
Essex 100 footmen armed, 2,000 others.
Cambridge 1,200 footmen disarmed, archers and others.
Huntingdon 1,000 archers &c.
Norfolk 200 footmen armed, 6,000 archers and other footmen.
Suffolk 3,000 footmen, archers and others.
Bedford 2,000 archers and others.
Buckingham 2,000 " "
Berks 1,000 " "
Oxford 200 footmen armed, 3,000 archers and others.
Northampton 20 footmen armed, 3,000 " "
Lincoln 4,000 archers and others.
Rutland 200 " "
Southampton 1,000 " "
Somerset and Dorset and hobelers, 3,000 archers and others.
Wilts 2,000 archers and others.
Stafford and Salop 1,000 " "
Warwick and Leicester 1,000 " "
Gloucester 2,000 archers &c.
Nottingham and Derby 100 " " French. [[Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE. 10.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Pardon to Robert son of Margery de Langetoft for the death of Simon Brian of Baston, and all other offences, on condition that he go against the king's enemies; in pursuance of the late proclamation that all who would have pardon for felonies, outlawries, adherence to rebels (except to Roger de Mortuo Mari and other principal leaders of the king's enemies and aliens now within the realm, or to those guilty of the death of Roger Beler in the county of Leicester), should come to the chancery to receive such charters with the condition that they should go with the king on his service at his wages. By K.

Pardon in like terms to William son of Margery. By K.

The like for all trespasses and for particular offences, where specified, to the following:—

William Walays, for the death of Richard de Bulneys.

Robert Garlaund of Chepyngderset, for the death of Hugh Cordale, and breaking from Warrewyk prison.

Robert de Henoure.

William son of John le Somenour of Stafford, for the death of William son of Robert de Horsleye.

John Gentyl.

Thomas son of Roger le Wright of Gretford.

Simon de Pekham, for the death of Roger Stiward.

William atte More for the death of Richard atte Ok of Waltham.

Thomas Coly, 'parker,' of Nortwell for the death of John le Parker of Mapelbek.

Nicholas de Ufton.

Thomas Baldewyn of Barton, for the death of Elias de Roffe.

William Clyter of Warrewyk, for the death of Henry Moret of Hereford.

Hugh Lighterede, for the death of Hugh Fleccher.

William Bustelard, 'archer.'

Robert de la Handle.

Robert son of Thomas Erkynson of Westbretton, for the death of Henry Maggeson Belamy of Holand.

John Hillyng of Mowerehill, for the death of William de Tesedale.

Richard Hogekyn of Mousehole, for that of Henry Megir of Mousehole.

Arthur le Rous of Northampton.

Robert de Sussex, for adherence to Bartholomew de Badelesmere.

John le Wayte of Belton, for the death of Gilbert Asole of Belton.

Robert de Passeware for the death of Peter de Giseby.

Peter Passemere for that of John Willekyn.

Walter de Merston for that of Ralph de Lopton.

Robert de Nafferton of Kebbelesworth, for the death of William Bultfloure.

John Page of Harewode for the death of John de Pokelyngton and of Richard Genour.

Robert le Lewede.

William le Lewede.

John de Swynburn, for adherence to the Scots.

William Pacok of Wolstanton, for adherence to Michael de Harcla, the king's enemy.

Simon Martyn of Reynham.

John Gilmyn of Luton, and for his abjuration of the realm.

William Perheved, for the death of William le Sutheren.

John son of Geoffrey de Munstede, for the death of Agnes daughter of Maud Robejoys.

Robert Peres of Eyno, for the death of a man unknown at Eylbrigge, co. Northampton.

William de Hildenne of Tonebrigg, for the death of Roger le Hayward.

Henry le Mareschal of Lincoln, for the death of John Tropinel.

Adam Sprot of Seleby, for the death of Hugh Sprengg' of Seleby.

John de Hernyng of Broughton.

Richard de Sancto Johanne of Ivelcestre, clerk, for the death of Thomas de Wellesleghe.

Robert Richard of Chalk.

John Warde of Tong.

Robert Torre of Baldesden, for the death of John Burry of Howe.

John atte Mersh of Thruton.

John de Brom.

William Terry of Egremound.

Robert Sterre of Walton, for the death of Philip Dunhod del Wiches.

William son of John le Waleys of Bisshopeston, for the death of William son of John 'in the Hale' of Bisshopeston.

John son of David de Marchumley, for the death of Agnes daughter of Roger le Taillour of Hodynet.

Thomas Kelet, for the death of Richard 'Jonesserjaunt Nevyll' of Geyrgrave.

Robert Russel of Mereston.

Kenewrek ap David Obenthlyn, for the death of David Map Tuder Obenthlyn.

Gilbert Passewere, for the death of Peter de Giseby.

William Bridde of Hodesdon, for the death of Thomas son of Richard de Hodesdon.

William son of William le Someter of Colne, for the death of William son of Robert atte Stocke.

Hugh de Plassh, for the death of John Davyes of Temebury.

Philip Hardyng of Lytlebery.

John Forester of Corbrigg.

Robert son of William Colyn of Fynemere, for the death of John Veysy.

Thomas Aubyn of Kyngesnorton.

Robert de Knytteley, 'parker' of Trillek, for the death of John atte Wall.

Thomas de Hunteleye.

William de la Porte.

Roger Gilibrond, for the death of Master Richard de Astelegh.

William de Garshale.

John de Boseworth.

Henry Gracesone de Refham of Norwich.

Adam Sauvage of Trillek, for the death of Richard de Wylby.

Philip son of John de Lyghtetherne of Neubolde, for the death of Thomas de Middelton.

John son of John de Fiskemere of Suterton, for the death of Alan del Meres of Kirketon.

Adam Cokerham.

Hugh Box of Shenegey.

MEMBRANE 9.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Richard son of John de Fiskemere of Suterton, for the death of Alan del Meres of Kirketon.

Henry son of William Veisyn of Westdraiton, for the death of William Haunson of Westdraiton.

John son of John Simond of Suterton, for the death of Alan del Meres of Kirketon.

Lambert de Askerigge, for the death of William Holebag of Neuby.

Richard Bras of Westaneswyk, for the death of Richard le Masoun of Sutton.

William son of William atte Hide, for the death of German son of Reginald.

Simon de Halegh, for the death of Thomas Blaunkfrount.

Adam del Hall, for the death of John de Swonyng and of Hugh del Hall.

William de Moneford, for the death of William Bernhound.

Richard Tue of Brokhampton.

William Taillour of Hardemede for the death of John de Dounham.

Francis le Botiller of Hardemede, for assenting to the forging of false money.

Robert Longespy, for the death of John Rosselyn.

John son of Geoffrey de Makeseye.

William Balcok, for the death of William de Scotton.

Robert Aleyn of Hegham Ferers.

John Brocas, for the death of John de Rosselyn.

Richard de Dodynton, for the death of Thomas de Honsterton.

Thomas le Keu of Chepyngderset.

Robert le Baker of Blaunkeneye, for the death of John Grilly of Bliton.

John le Keu of Chepyngderset.

William son of William de Sancto Mauro of Hanyton, for breaking the castle of Rokyngham.

John son of John de Bradewell of the Pek, for the death of Robert son of Robert Siward of Bradewell.

Robert son of Robert de Hornclyve, for the death of Robert de Hulme.

Ralph Lyghtered, for the death of Roger de Thorneton.

Thomas Fouk of Wold, for the theft of six sheep at Scaldewell.

Roger Dogyn.

Geoffrey Pachou of Swynebrok, chaplain.

William Bonefaunt, parson of the church of Wodeford.

William Hawys of Balderton.

Alan de Stokedale, for the death of Henry de Hollegh.

Thomas Doune of Wygan, for the death of Thomas de Chestershire.

John Brok of Henge atte Nok, for the death of William Prat.

John Luky.

Walter Plassh.

Adam de Stepelton of Southleye the younger, for the death of Nicholas Hody.

Thomas Warde, for the death of William le Vavasour.

William de Stepelton of Southleye.

Silvester de Oldham.

Nicholas Peytefyn for the death of Walter la Hude of Rameseye.

Oct. 7. Wallingford.

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Stonore to the custody of the corpus of the castle of Walingford and of the prisoners there, but he is not by pretext of this grant to be charged with the victuals in the castle or with the lands, or other foreign appurtenances of the same. By K.

Oct. 7. Wallingford.

Mandate to William le Mareschal, constable of the said castle, to deliver to him the said corpus.

Oct. 7. Wallingford.

Writ of aid for him directed to the sheriff of Oxford and Berks and others of those counties, all sheriffs and others and the tenants of the castle and honour of Walingford.

Oct. 11. Gloucester.

Writ of aid to the tenants of the castle of Hanle and the chaces of Malvern and Cors in favour of Alexander de Lilleford, keeper thereof, in all that pertains to the defence of those parts against the rebels. By K.

And it was patent.

Sept. 28. Tower of London.

Appointment of Rees ap Griffith to assemble all the men of West Wales and South Wales to go against the rebels.

The like of Griffin ap Rees in the parts of North Wales. See above. [Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 8.

Oct. 12. Gloucester.

Presentation of John de Wottenhull to the church of St. Laurence, Lodelawe, in the diocese of Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore being in his hands. By K.

Oct. 15.Tintern.

Oliver de Ingham, staying in Gascony on the king's service, has letters nominating Thomas de Hyndryngham and John son of Robert de Ingham, as his attorneys for one year.

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

Oct. 14. Tintern.

Appointment of Philip Joce, Reginald de Abenhale, Henry atte Nasse and John de la Boxe to remain in the forest of Dene for its defence against the rebels. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

The like of John de Felton and Donald de Mar in the March of Wales. [Parl Writs.]

Oct. 14. Tintern.

The like of Hugh de Turpliton, Gregory de Castro, and Donald de Mar in the said March; with power to punish the disobedient. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Oct. 20. Chepstow (Strogoill).

Appointment of the king's kinsman, Hugh son of Hugh le Despenser the king's nephew, Edmund Hacluyt and Bogo de Knovyll to seize into the king's hands all the castles, manors, lands and goods of Henry de Lancastre in Grosmound, Kynfrith and White Castle and elsewhere in those parts, and his men and countries (gentes et patrias) in those parts, and to appoint guardians thereof; but if the constables of castles will not surrender them to the king, they are to destroy the lands and tenements belonging to the said castles, by all means in their power except by burning, and they are to have all the goods of the said Henry and other contrariants in the said lands and parts to the use of themselves and others in their company in the king's service. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Oct. 16. Chepstow.

Appointment of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, as captain and principal leader of all the forces in the counties of Somerset, Dorset, Wilts, Southampton, Cornwall and Devon against the invaders; with power to punish the disobedient. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Oct. 21. Chepstow.

The like of Donald de Mar with his whole company, to pursue and arrest the invaders wherever he can find them; but this commission shall not be derogatory to the commission to the above Hugh. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Oct. 2. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Muneworth, parson of the church of Kynesburi, to the prioress and nuns of Markeyate, of a messuage, 8 acres of land, and 5 acres of meadow in Kynesburi, Kyngton and Chirchebikenhull, not held in chief, and of the yearly value of 4s. 8d., as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c., in part satisfaction of the 10l. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire.

Oct. 16. Chepstow.

Pardon to Robert de Dalton of the 100 marks whereby he made fine with the king to save his life and have again his lands forfeited by reason of his late adherence to the rebels, and for which he and Adam de Asschehurst, Thomas le Taillour of Pykering and John de Bulmere made a recognizance to the king in the chancery; with acquittance of the said sum to them all. By K.

Oct. 13. Westbury.

Pardon to Thomas le Parker of Northwell for all his trespasses of vert and venison in the forest of Shirwode and of any consequent outlawries; on condition that he go with the king against the invaders at his wages. By K.

Oct. 16. Chepstow.

Grant in frank almoin to the abbot and convent of Tynterne of a moiety of the weir of Brithekeswere, with the fishery there and other appurtenances, but he is not by reason of this grant to claim timber in the forest of Dene for the repair of the said moiety. By K.

Oct. 18. Chepstow.

Presentation of Walter de Salop' to the church of St. Michael by Brunleye, in the diocese of Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, tenant in chief.

Oct. 18. Chepstow.

Licence for John de Lancastre, knight, and Annora his wife to enfeoff Hervey de Staunton, king's clerk, of the manor of Barenton and of the advowson of the church of that manor, held in chief, and for him to regrant the same to them for their lives, with reversion to the said Hervey, and his heirs. By fine of 10l.

Oct. 20. Chepstow.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by the said Hervey to the master and scholars of the house of St. Michael, Cantebrigg, of the same manor and advowson, and for them to appropriate the church. By K.

Oct. 17. Chepstow.

Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, to Robert Cole, of this that he was a rebel and adherent of rebels, with restitution to him of his lands forfeited on that account. By K.

Oct. 18. Chepstow.

Presentation of William de Snayth to the chapel of Odyngleye, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wyggemore being in his hands.

Oct. 20.Chepstow.

Protection with clause nolumus, for two years, for the abbot of Tynterne.

Oct. 21. Chepstow.

Presentation of John de Sancto Paulo to the church of Kynton, in the diocese of Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex.

Oct. 10. Chepstow.

Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the king's nephew, to Bogo de Knovill of 50 marks out of the 1,000 marks whereby he made fine with the king to save his life and have his lands again. By K.

Oct. 29. Caerphilly.

The like to him of 500 marks of the said fine still remaining due. By K.

Memorandum that this letter was handed by the king to the said Hugh, to keep in equal hand and to deliver to the said Bogo if he have borne himself well towards the king and his party.

Nov. 3. Margam (Morgan).

Simple protection, for one year, for John Josep, master of the king's ship called la Godyer of Kaerdif, and John Bursy, Richard the Shlo, John Dineuras, William Davy, Nicholas Anfey, John Moriz and John Payn, mariners thereof. By K.

Nov. 6. Neath.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the abbot of Morgan. By K.

Nov. 6. Neath.

Presentation of Robert de Tauton to the church of Lampadarn, in the diocese of St. David's. By K.

Oct. 28. Cardiff.

Pardon to Peter son of Henry Passemere for the death of John Wolky and of any consequent outlawry, on condition that he stand his trial if any one will proceed against him. By K. on the information of John de Beek.

MEMBRANE 7.

Oct. 27. Cardiff.

Appointment of Howel ap Yoreward ap Griffith and Howel ap David to raise the people of the lands of Maghay and Wenthelok against the invaders, and to follow and arrest them. By K.

The like to the following in the following lands:—

Yevan ap Meuryk Nedeslonde and Kilveye.
Yevan ap Morgan
Reen ap Grenou Seint Genyth.
Thlewelyn ap Madok ap Howel
Howel ap Yoreward ap Thlewath
John Beneyt Usk, Tregruk and Edelegon.
Yevan ap Phelip
Howel ap Vaghan ap Howel ap Eynon Bergeveny.
Howel ap Yoreward Vaghan
Thlewelyn ap Kenwreyk Meskyn, Glenrotheneye, Talevan, Rythyn and Glenogour. in Tiriarth and Aveneslonde.
David ap Meuryk
Maddoc Vaghan

[Parl. Writs.]

Oct. 29. Caerphilly.

Appointment of Rees ap Griffith to raise all the forces of the county of Pembroke and bring them to the king; with power to arrest the disobedient. By K.

The like to the following:—

Robert de Penres in the land of Gower.
Robert de Pembrugg
Robert de Penres in the town of Haverford and the parts adjacent.
Owen ap Maddok in the land of Morgannok, without the clause withpower to punish the disobedient.
David ap Meurik

[Fœdera; Parl. Writs.]

Oct. 30. Caerphilly.

Pardon to Roger de Sancto Mauro, Meurik de Kemmeys, William de Derneford, John de la More, Philip Vaghan, and all of whatsoever condition of the parts of Netherwent, for their rebellion and adherence to rebels and all felonies from 12 October last, on condition that they do not rise against the king again or assist the rebels. Canc'. By K.

Nov. 4. Margam.

The like to Robert ap Meuric and Ynian ap Meuric for the death of Ynian ap Guillim and of any consequent outlawries on condition that they go with the king at his wages against the rebels. By K.

Nov. 5. Neath.

Appointment of Robert de Penres, Robert de Pembrugg, John de Langeton and Richard Wulf to raise the men of the land of Gower and lead them to the king to go at his wages against the invaders. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Nov. 6. Neath.

The like of John de Langeton, Peter de la Bere and William de Ochyngoure in the land of Gower to purvey divers victuals for the king in the town of Swaneseye and elsewhere, and to arrest all ships both great and small found in that port and elsewhere in the said land, and to carry the victuals and other necessaries in the said ships for the maintenance of the king and his army. By K.

Oct. 30. Caerphilly.

The like to Philip Vaghan and Howel ap Madanewe to raise the men of the lands of Kaerlion and Edologon and to lead them to the king as above, whenever ordered by Hugh le Despenser, the king's nephew.

The like to the following in the following lands:—

John Boneyt, in Usk.

Howel ap Yereward ap Griffith Maghay and Wenthlok.
Howel ap David ap Adam
Howel ap Yeruarth ap Thlowarth Sengheneth and Kybor.
Yevan ap Ruyn
Thlewelyn ap Madok ap Howel
David ap Meuric ap Howel in the lordship of Meiskyn and Glynrotheny.
Thomas ap Kenewrek Talvan, Ruthyn and Glyriogor.
William ap Philipe
Madoc Vaghan Wigemore, Tawe and Cotisslond.
Ynian ap Meuric Vaghan

[Parl. Writs.]

Commission, during pleasure, to David ap Meuric, Howel Seys, and Griffith ap Yevan of the keeping of the castle of Lantrissan, which is in the king's hands for certain causes. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the constable of the said castle. By K.

Oct. 28. Cardiff.

Commission to Adam le Walsh to select 400 footmen in the land of Glomorgan and lead them to the castle and town of Kaerdif, with as many men at arms as he can get anywhere, to stay there at the king's wages, for defence of the same against the invaders. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Nov. 4. Margam.

The like of John Juyl, Thomas Somery, Philip Goul and Walter Cady to keep all ports and places along the sea coast between Toffe and Thawe against the enemy. By K.

Nov. 7. Neath.

Pardon to Thomas Wyther of 100 marks, residue of 300 marks, whereby he made fine with the king to save his life and have his lands again. By K.

Nov. 7. Neath.

Grant to Llewelin ap Griffith ap Rees that the king or his heirs will provide him with land or rent to the value of 20l. a year, to hold in fee simple. By K.

The like to William ap Aron. By K.

MEMBRANE 6.

Nov. 2. Caerphilly.

Pardon to Henry de Kaerdif for this that he was a rebel and an adherent of rebels; with restitution to him of his lands. By K.

Pardon to Richard Cokeman for the death of Hugh Wicland and all felonies except the death of Roger Beler in the county of Leicester and of all outlawries, on condition that he go to the castle of Kerfilly and stay there at the king's wages in its defence and that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him. By K.

The like to the following:—

John Cole of Licham, for all homicides, &c. By K.

William le Baker of Heslarton for the death of Thomas le Barbour, and all other homicides, &c. By K.

Eustace of the Lode, for all homicides, &c. By K.

Pardon to David ap Cadogon for the death of Howel ap Kydevor and for all other homicides, &c. except the death of Roger Beler, and of all outlawries, on condition that he go with the king against the invaders, and also that he stand his trial if anyone will proceed against him; with restitution of his lands and goods. By K.

Nov. 5. Neath.

Grant in mortmain to John, the abbot, and the convent of Morgan of the manor of Kentone; and if hereafter anyone shall recover the same against them, or the king resume the same, the king and his heirs shall be held to provide them with land and rent to the value of 50l. a year elsewhere, before they be removed therefrom. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the keeper of the said manor.

Nov. 6. Neath.

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Langeton to be steward of the land of Gower, in the king's hands for certain causes; and it is the king's will that, although other stewards thereof have only received 10l. a year and hay and oats in adrentu suo, he shall receive 20 marks a year and hay and oats as above. By K.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of that land.

Nov. 4. Margam.

Pardon to Thomas Broun, king's yeoman, of the 50l. due at Michaelmas term last of the farm of 100l. which he has to pay at the Exchequer yearly for the manor of Driffeld, leased to him for a period. By K.

Oct. 14. Tintern.

Appointment of Thomas de la Haye, appointed to dwell in the castle of Wilton and those parts, and to arrest and destroy to the utmost of his power the king's enemies if they come to those parts; directed to all sheriffs and others of the land of Wilton on Wegh and others English as well as Welsh. French. By K.

Oct. 28. Cardiff.

Mandate to Roger Graunt, constable of the castle of Kaerdif, to guard the said castle, which was committed to him by Hugh le Despenser, the king's nephew, lord of Glomorgan, at his will, so that no danger come to it, and to deliver it to no one of whatsoever state or condition without the special mandate of the king or Hugh, as he loves the king. By. K.

Et ista littera fuit patens.

Oct. 20. Chepstow.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Roger de Flete and Richard de Flete, king's yeomen, whom the king is sending to divers parts of the realm on his affairs. By K.

Oct. 29. Caerphilly.

Mandate to Henry de Umfrevill and Adam le Walsh to make proclamation in the land of Glommorgan and the parts adjacent for all merchants and others who have corn, bread, ale, flesh, fish, or other victuals for sale, to bring the same with all speed to the castle of Kerfilly, where the king is staying, for sale for the maintenance of the king and his men there, and to compel them by all means to do so, and to prevent them from taking them elsewhere; with power for them to punish the disobedient. By K.

Nov. 10. Neath.

Protection and safe-conduct, until Christmas, for the abbot of Neeth, Rees ap Griffith, Edward de Boun, the king's nephew, Oliver de Burdegala and John de Harsyk, whom the king is sending to Queen Isabel, Edward his firstborn son, and some others in their company, on divers affairs affecting the realm. [Fœdera.]

Oct. 11. Gloucester.

Appointment, until Christmas, for William Tracy to purvey hay, oats, beans, beeves and swine for the munition of the castles of Strogoill and Bristol.

MEMBRANE 5.

Memorandum that on Saturday the feast of St. Cecilia the Virgin, 20 Edward II, William la Zousche, John de Sancto Johanne, and Edward de Sancto Johanne, knights, caused to be carried to the chamber of Queen Isabel, in the palace of the bishop of Hereford, where the queen was then lodged, four bags wherein were rolls, inquisitions and other memoranda of the Chancery taken by them in the castle of Swaneseye in Wales, sealed with the seal of the said William, which bags, so sealed, were delivered to Master Henry de Cliff', keeper of the rolls of the said chancery, then present, who received them and caused them to be taken with him to his lodging.

Dec. 5. Kenilworth.

Renewal to the aldermen, sheriffs and commonalty of the city of London of the restitution of the mayoralty of the city, which was taken into the king's hands for certain causes before the justices last in eyre for common pleas at the Tower of London, whereby by letters patent under testimony of Edward the king's first-born son, then guardian of the realm, they were within eight days to select a mayor and present him; and acceptance of the election of a mayor made in pursuance thereof. [Fœdera.]

Grant, during good behaviour, to Richard de Spaldyngton, king's yeoman, of the bailiwick of the forestership of the chace of Bouland, to hold in the same way as others have done. By the queen and the king's firstborn son.

Revocation of the grant to John de Evesham, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen by Preston in Aumondernesse, as it appears that John de Coupland, to whom the king had previously granted it, is still alive.

Dec. 6. Kenilworth.

Grant during pleasure to Roger Liswy, king's clerk, of the custom of the tronage and pesage in the town of Suthampton, so that he answer the king for forfeitures thereof at the Exchequer. By K. & C.

Vacated because on the Fine Roll.

Dec. 2. Ledbury.

Presentation of John de Watenhull to the church of Merthirkeler, in the diocese of St. Davids.

Dec. 8. Woodstock.

Grant to Philip de la Wyle, king's chaplain, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. James by Westminster.

Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren and sisters.

Dec. 8. Kenilworth.

Whereas the king wishing to be certified whether Edward I or Henry III, during voidances of the bishopric of Norwich were ever answered of the issues, obventions or profits of the churches of Hoxne, Terlyng, Langham and Thornham, or of the palace of the bishop of Norwich in Norwich, or any of them, commanded the deputy treasurer and barons of the exchequer to search their rolls for this, and they have signified that search has been made, but they have not found that these have ever been answered to the king, wherefore he commands Thomas de Hyndringham and John Claver, late guardians of the temporalities of the bishopric, then being in his hands, to deliver to William, now bishop of Norwich, all such issues, &c. received from the time of the death of John, the last bishop. And this the king wishes to be manifest to all.

Dec. 10. Kenilworth.

Grant to Joan, countess of Warenne, of the crops, horses, oxen and other animals and all other goods late of Edmund, earl of Arundel, in the Isle of Axiholm, co. Lincoln, which are forfeited to the king.

Signification to the bishop of London of the royal assent to the election of William de Glemham, monk of the house of St. John, Colecestre, to be abbot of that place.

Dec. 3. Ledbury.

Writ of aid, until Easter, for Thomas de Pedynton, charged by the steward of the household of Queen Isabel to make purveyance of ale for her household.

The like for the following purveyors:—

Dec. 9. Kenilworth.

Roger Pate and Robert de Welles, bakers, for wheat.

Robert de Welles, for wheat for the bakery and pantry.

Alexander de Scutellaria, for firewood, charcoal (carbonibus) and other things for the scullery.

John Russel, for the like for the hall and chamber.

John de Rading, serjeant.

Richard Martyn yeomen; for hay, oats and litter for the marshalsea.
Robert de Danehurst
William de Kenyngton
John Genticorps
John de Trillowe

Peter de Alrekar, for things for the saucery.

Dec. 2. Ledbury.

Acknowledgement of the receipt by the hands of Robert de Wodehous, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe of Queen Isabel, from Thomas de Hyndryngham and John Claver, late guardians of the temporalities of the bishopric of Norwich, of 200l. of the issues thereof, delivered by the king's command into the wardrobe of the said queen and of Edward the king's first-born son.

Dec. 7. Kenilworth.

Safe-conduct, until the Purification, for Simon abbot of Holyrood, Edenburgh, elected to the church of Whitherne, who is with the king's licence to stay within the realm, prosecuting the business of his election, and his servants to the number of twenty.

Dec. 28. Kenilworth.

Afterwards he had like letters until Mid-Lent Sunday.

Dec. 8. Kenilworth.

Acceptance of an appointment made under testimony of Edward the king's first-born son, when guardian of the realm, of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, to the custody of the lands late of Edmund, earl of Arundel, in the Isle of Axiholm, co. Lincoln, he rendering yearly the extent thereof, and saving to the king the knights' fees and advowsons of churches.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Dec. 12.

Commission, during pleasure, to Richard Dammori, of the keeping of the office of the justiciary of North Wales, in the same manner as other justices have held the office.

Writ de intendendo directed to all persons of North Wales.

Dec. 15. Kenilworth.

Grant to William de Fulburn, king's clerk, of the prebend which Robert de Berkhampstede, deceased, held in the chapel of Penryn, in Cornwall, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Exeter.

Mandate to the guardian of the spirituality of the said bishopric to induct him.

Dec. 15. Kenilworth.

Presentation of Master William de la Nauta to the church of Calyngstoke in the same diocese.

Dec. 17. Kenilworth.

Simple protection, for one year, for William Bernard del Fourn, king's serjeant at arms.

Dec. 17. Kenilworth.

Presentation of Alan de Rudham to the church of Wihen, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Paulinus Peyvre, tenant in chief.

Dec. 19. Kenilworth.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for Matthew de Crauthorn, receiver of the issues of the king's land of Glaumorgan and Morganou, ordered to bring certain things of the king now in the castle of Neth to Bristol.

Protection, for one year, for John Gabriel of Winchester, merchant, trading in divers parts of the realm by land or sea.

Mandate to John de Blomvill, escheator in the counties of Essex, &c. to deliver the temporalities of the abbey of St. John, Colecestre, to William de Glemham, a monk of that house, whose election as abbot has been confirmed by S. bishop of London, and who has done fealty to the king.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the abbey.

Mandate to the mayor and sheriffs of London to deliver to John de Boloigne and Peter Poisellard, mariners and tenants of Queen Isabel of Abbeville in the county of Ponthieu, a ship called la Nouel of Abbeville and another called la Seint Johan of Abbeville with their gear, which were lately arrested in the port of London after the war with the king of France.

Vacated because on the Close Roll.

Dec. 20. Kenilworth.

Grant, during pleasure, to Jakinettus de Mareigny, king's yeoman, for his service to the king and queen, of a yearly rent which Odetus Lespecer had by the king's grant by the hands of Henry de Baiocis, knight, for certain lands in the county of Lincoln.

Dec. 24. Kenilworth.

Acknowledgement of the delivery on 21 November last, by John Wyard, into the wardrobe of Queen Isabel and of Edward the king's firstborn son, at Hereford, of the following moneys and jewels, late of Edmund, earl of Arundel, which were deposited in the cathedral church of Cicestre, pertaining to the king by the forfeiture of the earl, to wit:— 524l. 2s. 1d. in six canvas sacks, labelled (billatis) for 533l. 6s. 8d., a cup of silver, gilt, and enamelled in parts, with a cover without a foot of the weight of 7 marks; a cup of silver, gilt, and enamelled all over with a foot and cover, and a basin (olla) to match, of the weight of 11l. 6s. 8d.; a cup of silver, gilt, and enamelled all over with a foot and a cover and pint pot (pinta) to match, of the weight of 6 marks; a cup of silver, gilt, and partly enamelled, with a trivet (tripero) of the weight of 103s. 4d.; a silver salt-cellar, enamelled all over, with a cover, of the weight of 35s.; three cups of silver, gilt, partly broken, with feet and covers, of the weight of 6l. 15s.; four cups of silver, partly broken, with feet and covers, of the weight of 7l. 13s. 4d.; three cups of silver, gilt, with feet and covers of the weight of 108s. 4d.; three cups of silver, plain (planos) with feet and covers of the weight of 101s. 8d.; with acquittance for the same to the dean and chapter of the said church. By bill of the wardrobe.

Dec. 27. Kenilworth.

Appointment, during pleasure, of John Pecche to the office of the parkership of the king's parks of Fremantel and Crokham, he taking in that office the usual wages.

MEMBRANE 4.

Dec. 6. Woodstock.

Acknowledgement of the delivery on 5 December last by John, bishop of Wyncestre, deputy treasurer, into the wardrobe of Queen Isabel, by the hands of Master John de Brunham, of the following jewels, which John de Wymondeswold, keeper of the wardrobe late of Hugh le Despenser the younger in the Tower of London, delivered by the king's command to the said bishop, to wit:—

A gold cup, engraved and enamelled, on the 'pomel,' weighing 46s. 6d. and worth 4l. 13s.

An ewer to match, weighing 21s. and worth 42s.

A gold cup, part enamelled, weighing 4 marks and worth 8 marks.

An ewer to match, weighing 44s. and worth 4l. 8s.

A gold cup enamelled on the pomel, weighing 48s. and worth 4l. 16s.

An ewer to match, weighing 21s. 8d. and worth 43s. 3d.

A gold cup, enamelled in part, weighing 4l. 9s. and worth 8l. 16s.

An ewer, weighing 36s. and worth 72s.

A gold cup, enamelled in part, weighing 56s. and worth double.

An ewer to match, weighing 43s. and worth double.

A gold cup, enamelled in part, weighing 70s. and worth 105s.

A like cup, weighing 49s. and worth 7 marks.

An ewer to match, weighing 28s. 10d., and worth 3½ marks.

A gold cup, engraved, weighing 38s., worth 76s.

The like, weighing 41s. 4d. and worth 72s.

The like, weighing 21s. and worth 71s. 6d.

The like, weighing 43s. and worth 4l.

The like, weighing 47s. and worth 4 marks.

The like, weighing 36s. 8d. and worth 5 marks.

The like, weighing 27s. and worth 40s.

The like, weighing 40s. 6d. and worth 4l.

The like, weighing 51s. and worth 76s. 8d.

The like, weighing 54s. and worth 4l. 12d.

A gold cup, plain, weighing 50s. 4d. and worth 70s. 4d.

A gold cup, engraved, weighing 39s. 6d. and worth 60s.

The like, weighing 41s. 6d. and worth double.

The like, weighing 30s. 10d. and worth 60s.

The like, weighing 57s. and worth 77s.

The like, weighing 43s. 4d. and worth 60s.

A gold cup with a crenellated boss on the leg and a boss on the cover, weighing 60s. and worth 70s.

A gold cup, plain, weighing 23s. 4d. and worth the weight.

A gold cup, engraved, weighing 49s. worth 73s. 6d.

The like, weighing 49s. 4d. and worth the weight. French.

Nov. 30. Ledbury.

Safe-conduct, until the Purification, for W. archbishop of Vienne, and Master John de Grandisono, archdeacon of Nottingham, in the church of York, envoys of the pope coming to the realm.

Grant to Master Reginald de Chaumbernoun, king's clerk, of the prebend which the late dean of Exeter, deceased, had in that church, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Exeter. By the queen and the king's firstborn son.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Dec. 9. Kenilworth.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the abbot of Rewley.

The like for the following:—

Neapolion, cardinal, prebendary of Sutton in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln.

Edmund Gacelyn.

David Barry.

Gregory de Hauvyle.

Thomas Lercedekne.

Ebulo Lestraunge.

Gilbert Man of Wodestok.

Thomas de Houk.

Richard, vicar of the church of Grauntewe.

Master William Giffard, notary public.

Geoffrey de Besilles.

William Saussemer of Neuwerk.

John de Sudbury.

Roger de Bridporte.

Robert de Bywell, parson of the church of Aber.

Richard Blundell.

Robert de Studham.

The abbot of Redyngges.

Robert de Hemmyngburgh, parson of the church of Otteham.

Dec. 1. Ledbury.

Grant to Edward the king's firstborn son of the custody of the lands late of John de Hastynges and Aymer de Valencia, sometime earl of Pembroke, tenants in chief, during the minority of Laurence son and heir of the said John and kinsman and one of the heirs of the said Aymer, to hold with knights' fees, advowsons and all other appurtenances of the custody, and with the marriage of the same heir. By the Queen.

Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as keeper of the land of Morganno, now in the king's hands; and it is the king's will that the same Roger cause the siege of the castle of Kerfily, which still holds out against him, to be diligently kept up. By the queen and the king's firstborn son.

The like of the same as sheriff of the land of Gloumorgan and Morganno, during pleasure.

Writ de intendendo directed to all persons, English as well as Welsh, of the land of Gloumorgan and Morganno.

Presentation of Stephen le Eyr to the church of Nansfonten, in the diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see. By the queen and the king's firstborn son.

Dec. 8. Kenilworth.

Presentation of Nicholas de Oxonia to that of Mersh, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the alien priory of Wilmyngton being in his hands on account of the war with France.

Dec. 2. Ledbury.

Grant, during pleasure, to Edmund de Hakelut of the custody of the corpus of the castle of Dynevoir in Wales, with the usual fee. By the queen and her firstborn son.

Mandate to Rees ap Griffith to deliver the same to him, with the armour, victuals, and other things of the king in the corpus.

Dec. 4. Ledbury.

Grant to Roger de Blakolveslegh of the prebend which John de Tynten, deceased, had in the collegiate church of Glasney, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Exeter. By the queen and her firstborn son.

Mandate in pursuance to the guardian of the spirituality of the said bishopric.

Dec. 8. Kenilworth.

Ratification of the presentation, made by letters patent under the testimony of Edward the king's firstborn son when guardian of the realm, of Robert de Wivill, king's clerk, to the church of Kyngesclere, in the diocese of Winchester, and of his admission and institution thereto.

Dec. 12. Kenilworth.

Signification to W. archbishop of Canterbury of the royal assent to the election of Master James de Berkelegh, canon of the cathedral church of Exeter, doctor of Theology, to be bishop of that place.

Dec. 8. Kenilworth.

Acceptance of the appointment of Robert de Byncestre, made by the testimony of Edward, the king's firstborn son, when guardian of the realm, to the custody, during pleasure, of the castle and honor of Richemund and of the manors of Bywell and Wodehorn, co. Northumberland, and of the manor of Driffeld, co. York.

Dec. 8. Kenilworth.

Grant to John Luterel, king's yeoman, of the marriage of Henry son and heir of Henry de Wylyngton, tenant in chief, the king's ward.

Dec. 12. Kenilworth.

Grant to Thomas de Astle, king's clerk, of the prebend which Master John de Bruton, deceased, held in the church of St. Peter, Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Exeter.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean or his locum tenens and the chapter.

Dec. 13. Kenilworth.

Mandate to Thomas de Hyndryngham and John Claver, late guardians of the temporalities of the bishopric of Norwich, to deliver the same to William, late canon of London, preferred to be bishop thereof by J. the pope, whose preferment was on 9 November last accepted by the king by letters patent under the testimony of Edward, the king's firstborn son, then guardian of the realm, and whose fealty the king has taken.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the bishopric.

Dec. 14. Kenilworth.

Writ de intendendo directed to the chapter of the king's free chapel of St. Martin le Grand, London, in favour of Richard de Ellesfeld, king's clerk, to whom on 6 October, 11 Edward II, the king granted the deanery of that chapel, but who has since been unjustly impeached in respect of the chapel.

Ratification of the grant for life lately made by letters patent under the testimony of Edward, the king's firstborn son, when guardian of the realm, to John Giffard, king's clerk, of the wardenship of the hospital of St. Leonard, York.

Dec. 15. Kenilworth.

Writ de intendendo directed to the brothers and sisters of the hospital.

Dec. 15. Kenilworth.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master Henry de Trippelowe.

The like for the following:—

William de Stepyng, parson of the church of Cotenham.

Thomas, vicar of the church of Asshewell.

William de Bermyngeham.

John Siflet of Coventre, merchant.

Walter de Salopia.

Peter Carbonel.

William Genticorps.

Henry de Ardern.

Master Raymond Peregrini, parson of the church of Atherton.

John, the bishop of Carlisle's [man].

Elias de Froyle.

William de Farnham, parson of the church of Compton.

Ingelram Berenger.

Walter de la Grave.

The prior of St. Mary's, Suthwerk.

Thomas Catel of Baldok.

John de Chelmerford.

William de Friston, rector of Assherugge, and the convent of that place.

Edmund de Malyns.

Geoffrey de Langeleye.

John le Smale.

Ralph de Camoys.

The abbot of Langedon.

Elizabeth, lady of Montacute.

Robert son of Nicholas Martyn.

The abbot of Nuttele.

Thomas de Furnivall the elder.

Alan de Elsefeld and Richard Malet.

Ralph le Sauvage.

Peter le Newe of Berewyk.

William le Newe of Berewyk.

John le Newe of Berewyk.

Adam, prior of Lewes, for two years.

Robert de Cantuaria.

Ralph de Stoke, parson of the church of Sabricheworth.

Thomas de Sibthorp, clerk.

Master Thomas de Garton, parson of the church of Overe.

John de Lacchele.

John de Benham.

Thomas son of Richard de Berkele.

The abbot of Battle.

John de Rasen.

Richard de Potesgrave, master of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, Neuton in Holdernesse.

Henry de Bedyk.

Margery de Burghfeld.

John Say.

Master Robert de Ayleston.

Walter de Lithe.

John de Claveryng.

Richard de Keresle of Coventre.

Richard Asselyn.

Dec. 18. Kenilworth.

The burgesses and commonalty of the town of Teukesbury, late of Hugh le Dispenser, the king's enemy, which has come into the king's hands by the forfeiture of the said Hugh.

Presentation of Walter de Rammesbury to the church of Fissherton St. Nicholas, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of William de Saffray, tenant in chief.

Dec. 20. Kenilworth.

Grant to Robert de Swynnerton, king's clerk, of the deanery of the king's free chapel of Stafford.

MEMBRANE 3.

Dec. 25. Kenilworth.

Restitution to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, the king's kinsman, of all his castles, lands, and goods, which the king lately caused to be taken into his hands; and appointment of Richard de Creek, the earl's clerk, to the custody of such on this side the Trent, to be kept for the use of the earl by the bailiffs and ministers who kept them before the taking or by other fit persons. By K. on the information of the queen.

Mandate to Peter de Breton, for livery to the said Richard of such of the lands as are in his custody, with the issues thereof received by him.

The like to Robert de Watevill, with respect to the manor of Swafham, co. Norfolk, in his custody.

The like to Robert de Insula, with respect to the earl's houses in the parish of St. Martin's, Ludegate, London, in his custody.

The like to Simon Croiser, with respect to the earl's goods in his custody and the issues of manors and lands received by him.

The like to the following :—

Richard de Perers.

John de Wilburgham.

John de la Gotere and John de Crosholm.

Nicholas de Sancto Marco.

William Man.

John de Kirkeby.

Philip de Aylesbury.

William de Frogenhale.

Appointment as above of Thomas de Colevill to the custody of the earl's lands beyond the Trent. By K. on the information of the queen.

Mandate for livery of the same to the said Thomas above to Robert de Bynchestre.

The like to William de Felton. [Fœdera.]

Dec. 30. Kenilworth.

Signification to the archbishop of Tuam of the royal assent to the election of Master John de Roscoman, canon of the cathedral church of Elphin, to be bishop of that place.

Dec. 31. Kenilworth.

Power to John Darcy 'le neveu,' justiciary of Ireland, to cause the temporalities of the bishopric to be delivered to the said Master John, elected to be bishop of the said church, void by the death of Laurence, after first taking his fealty in the king's name and receiving from him letters patent of himself and of the dean and chapter, sealed with their common seal, that this grace is done of mere liberality and shall not be drawn into a precedent.

Dec. 19. Kenilworth.

Whereas the king by letters patent lately granted to Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, the custody of the lands late of John de Chaunceux, tenant in chief, during the minority of Hugh son and heir of the said John, and Robert afterwards granted to Idonia late the wife of Robert de Dorkyng, citizen of London, the custody of the lands of the said John in Canewedon to hold as in letters patent of Robert enrolled in the chancery more fully appears; the king of special grace to Walter Turk, citizen of London, who has now married Idonia, and to the latter, has granted that they shall retain the custody of the same lands during the minority of the said or other heir.

Dec. 26. Kenilworth.

Power to the abbot of Rievaulx, Ivo de Aldeburgh, and Robert de Bynicestre to agree with Robert de Brus and his deputies on a day and place of meeting between envoys of the king and of the said Robert to treat of peace. [Fœdera.]

1327. Jan. 4. Kenilworth.

Pardon to John de Felton, knight, of the forfeiture of his life and limbs, lands and goods pertaining to the king for his not giving up the castle of Kerfilly and the goods in it, lately committed to his custody, at the command of Queen Isabel and Edward the king's firstborn son.

The like to all persons in the said castle, except to Hugh, son of Hugh le Despenser the younger. [Fœdera.]

MEMBRANE 2.

Jan. 8. Kenilworth.

Mandate to Robert de Bilkemore, escheator in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset to deliver the temporalities of the bishopric of Exeter to Master James de Berkeleygh, canon of the church of Exeter, whose election as bishop has been confirmed by W. archbishop of Canterbury, and who has done fealty to the king.

The like to William de Weston, escheator in the counties of Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Middlesex, and in the city of London.

The like to John de Hampton.

The like to Thomas de Harpedon, escheator in the counties of Wilts, Southampton, Oxford, Berks, Bedford and Buckingham.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the bishopric.

Mandate to the dean and chapter not to intermeddle further in the said temporalities, which are in their custody by grant of the king by reason of the last voidance.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Presentation of John de Melbourn to the church of Fulbeck, in the diocese of Lincoln. By K. on the information of Robert de Wyvill.

Jan. 14. Kenilworth.

Licence, at the request of Hugh de Audele, for Alesia late the wife of Ralph de Greystok, tenant in chief, to marry Ralph de Nevyll.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Protection, with clause nolumus, for one year, for Valentine Bek.

The like for the following:—

Thomas de Saunford.

Henry Gernet.

Thomas de Saunford (sic).

Simon de Bonevyll.

Master Peter Vaurell.

Ingelram Berenger.

William de Roston.

Margaret de Holebrok.

The prior of Malton.

The abbot of Mussenden.

Hugh Daudele.

The abbot of Leyston.

Adam Chesse.

Simon Gunwyn.

John de London, parson of the church of Suthcrek.

Peter de Graunsoun.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Silvian Loteri, merchant of the society of the Peruzzi of Florence, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Boniface de Peruch' and John Junctyn, merchants, as his attorneys for two years.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Protection and safe-conduct for two years for the men, merchants, mariners and others of the town of Great Yarmouth, going by land or sea to the duchy of Aquitaine with goods and merchandise to make their profit of there.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Grant to John de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, son and heir of Humphrey de Bohun, late earl, tenant in chief, whose castles, manors and lands, by reason of the minority of the said John, were in the king's hands from the day of his death until 1 November last, and during that time have been in divers ways destroyed and wasted, of all the crops and goods that were therein at Michaelmas last, which belong to the king, and the arrears of the farms and rents of that term and afterwards, still remaining to be levied, to be applied in aid of the relief and repair of the said castles, manors and lands.

Jan. 8. Kenilworth.

Licence, at the request of Hugh Daudele, for Alesia late the wife of Ralph de Greystok—.

Unfinished and vacated because above.

Appointment, during pleasure, of the king's kinsman, Thomas Wake of Lidell to the custody of the manors of Glatton and Holm, co. Huntingdon, in the king's hands for certain causes; so that he render the extent thereof at the exchequer.

Vacated because on the Fine Roll.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Restitution to Queen Isabel of the county of Cornwall, and the castles, fortresses, towns, manors, lands, farms and divers places, lately granted to her by the king for life in dower, but afterwards resumed by him for certain causes; with the crops, stock, rents, arrears, debts and other goods.

Jan. 11. Kenilworth.

Mandate in pursuance to the keepers of lands, &c. in the counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

The like to the keepers of the same in the following counties :—

Oxford and Berks.

Norfolk and Suffolk.

Essex and Hertford.

Gloucester and Hereford.

Cambridge and Huntingdon.

Southampton and Wilts.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Writ of aid, until Easter, for William Fox, making purveyances for the king's poultry.

The like for the following:—

John Smert.

Ralph West.

Richard le Blak.

William de Leghton.

Richard Kenebell.

John Wik.

John de Harwe.

Edward le Pulleter.

John Draper.

Jan. 12. Kenilworth.

Presentation of Philip de la Wyle to the church of Merssh, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the alien priory of Wylmynton being in his hands on account of the war with France. By K.

Jan. 18. Kenilworth.

Presentation of Reginald de Botheby, chaplain, to the church of Dodyngton, in the diocese of Lincoln.

Dec. 15. Kenilworth.

Grant to William Trussel of the custody of two parts of the lands late of Peter Prilli during the minority of Peter son of Hugh Prilli, kinsman and heir of the said Peter; with the marriage of the heir without disparagement.

Jan. 19. Kenilworth.

Whereas the king lately committed to William de Bereford the elder, now deceased, the manors of Halesworth, co. Suffolk, and Ketringham, co. Norfolk, certain lands in Melton, co. Norfolk, Pudele, co. Huntingdon, Weston, co. Hertford, and Ketringham aforesaid, during the minority of the heir of John de Argenteym, tenant in chief, which were extended at 72l. 19s. 10¾d., he rendering at the Exchequer 76l. yearly: he has granted to Simon de Bereford the said 76l. to be received at Easter and Michaelmas yearly, by the hands of the executors of the will of the same William.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Grant to John de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, son and heir of Humphrey de Bohun, late earl, tenant in chief, whose castles, manors and lands by reason of the rebellion of the said Humphrey were taken into the king's hands until 31 October last, when they were restored to the said John, and during that time they were in divers ways wasted and destroyed, of all the crops and goods that were therein at Michaelmas last, which belong to the king, and the arrears of farms and rents of that term and afterwards still outstanding, to be applied towards the raising again and repair of the said castles, manors and lands. [Cf. above.]

MEMBRANE 1.

Jan. 6. Kenilworth.

John son of Roger Gernoun 'le eisne,' staying in England, has letters nominating Roger son of Roger Gernoun 'le eisne' as his attorney in Ireland for one year.

Bartholomew Dardys, staying in England, has like letters nominating William Malabre as his attorney in Ireland for one year.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Master William le Scapoun.

The like for Thomas de Berdefeld.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Pardon, at the request of Robert de Walkefare, to Nicholas Fraunceys and Florence late the wife of Philip de Orreby, tenant in chief, for intermarrying without the king's licence.

Jan. 12. Kenilworth.

Protection, for one year, for Peter de Sancto Laurencio, late prior of Bermundeseye, prosecuting business in the king's courts.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Grant to William de la Zousche, in consideration of his expenses in the king's service, of the marriage of John de Multon, tenant in chief, the king's ward, without disparagement.

Jan. 20. Kenilworth.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Aubin de Neusom to the custody of the water of Fosse by York, he taking for the custody as much as others have been accustomed to take.

Jan. 10. Kenilworth.

Grant to Simon de Bereford of that which pertains to the king of the marriage of her that was the wife of Walter de Pavely, tenant in chief, to wit, any fine she may make with the king for her marriage or the forfeiture due if she marry without licence.