1325, membranes 39, 38, 37, 36, 35, 34, 33, 32, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22

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1325, membranes 39, 38, 37, 36, 35, 34, 33, 32, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22

In this section

MEMBRANE 39.

1324. Dec. 24. Nottingham.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of Gerewedon.

The like for the following:—

Henry de Faucomberg.

Thomas le Yonge of Hodresfeld.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

The prior of Repyndon.

John de Stoke, parson of the church of Wynewyk.

Dec. 27. Nottingham.

Grant during pleasure to William la Zousche of Haryngworth of the liberty of hunting the fox; hare, cat and badger and other vermin (verminam) within the forests in the counties of Northampton and Rutland; provided that he do no damage to the king's deer. By p.s.

Dec. 26. Nottingham.

Protection for John de Fenles, who was born of France, notwithstanding the late ordinance for the taking of the bodies and seizing of the goods of the men of that power. By K.

Safe-conduct for him until Easter. By K.

Dec. 26. Nottingham.

Licence for William Corbet of Chaddesleye to grant in tail to Peter Corbet and Elizabeth his wife the manor of Chetynton, co. Salop, held in chief, with reversion to William and his heirs. By fine of 100s. Salop.

Dec. 23. Nottingham.

Pardon to John Deyvill of Austan, knight, of his rebellion, with restitution of his lands. By K.

Mandate to Edmund de Assheby, keeper of lands in the county of Lincoln, which are in the king's hands, to make restitution to the said John of his lands provided that if these had been let to farm the farmers thereof be compensated.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

Restitution to Clemencia late the wife of John de Vescy the younger, who is by birth of the power of the king of France, dwelling beyond the seas with the king's licence, of her lands and goods, which have been taken into the king's hands by reason of the late ordinance for the arrest of Frenchmen and taking of their lands, and protection with clause nolumus for one year, for her. By K.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

Pardon to Robert son of John de Saundeby, chaplain, and Anabel his sister for acquiring in fee to them and the heirs of Anabel from Robert de Saundeby a messuage and a bovate of land in Estmarkham, held in chief as of the honor of Tykhill, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. and entering therein without licence; and restitution of the same. By fine of 1 mark.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Mekesburgh of Nottingham, of 5 marks of rent in Notingham, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Mary, Notingham, for the soul of the said William. By fine of 5 marks.

Vacated because below.

Licence for the canons of Hautenprise (Cotingham in the margin) to acquire in mortmain land and rent to the value of 10l. a year. By K.

Dec. 30. Nottingham.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Langeton, parson of the church of Curtlyngstoke.

The like for the following:—

The abbot of Beauchief.

The abbot of Welbek.

Adam de Brom, constantly attendant in the Chancery.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

John de Rythre.

John de Langeton, knight.

William Cosyn of Tyversalt.

Dec. 30. Nottingham.

Pardon to Isabel late the wife of John de Castre for acquiring with her husband to them and the right heirs of John from Walter de Gloucestre, clerk, the manor of Kynggeshagh, held in chief, and entering therein without licence, with restitution of the same. By fine of 40s. Nottingham.

1325. Jan. 8. Ravensdale.

Writ of aid for men whom Robert Power, king's clerk, chamberlain of North Wales, is sending to Ireland and elsewhere for corn and other victuals for the munition of the king's castles of North Wales.

Jan. 15. Ravensdale.

Presentation of John de Warblyngton to the church of Holy Trinity, Dorcestre, in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of Alan de Smerdenne, the last rector.

Jan. 16. Narborough (Northburgh).

Presentation of John de Thyngden to the church of Glenefeld, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Ware being in his hands. By p.s.

Jan. 11. Derby.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Robert de Mundenne, parson of the church of Stifford.

Jan. 17. Buckby.

Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, has letters nominating Henry Davy as his attorney in England for one year.

Jan. 12. Ravensdale.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master John de Haryngton to the dean and chapter of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, of a toft and 26 acres of land in Haryngton and Assewardeby, in augmentation of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the parish church of Haryngton for the souls of the said John, his ancestors and all the faithful departed. By fine of 1 mark.

[Marginal note.] Here let there be a beginning of the second part of the fines in the beginning of the month of January.

Jan. 12. Ravensdale.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by W. bishop of Exeter to the prior and convent of Frithelestok of 3 acres of land in Erniscombe and the advowson of the church of Erniscombe, to find certain chantries and maintain certain alms for the souls of the bishop and his successors. By fine of 100s.

Vacated because otherwise in the patents of the nineteenth year by the same fine.

MEMBRANE 38.

1324. Dec. 23. Nottingham.

Commission to Richard de Perers, John de Mounteny of Essex and John de Wauton, reciting their late appointment [of 17 November last] to array men at arms in the counties of Essex and Hertford to be at Portsmouth by Midlent Sunday for embarkation to Gascony, and commanding them to select fifteen of the men at arms so arrayed, who are not retained by the king or any other, and who do not either owe service to the king or perform service for any other person, and to lead them to Portsmouth by the above date properly fitted out and ready to embark with the king for Gascony at the king's wages. This they are not to neglect to do at their peril, and they are to certify the king of their progress by Candlemas. Further, in addition to the said 15 men at arms and the 200 footmen already ordered [22 December] in the above counties, they are to select 100 archers not forming part of the above contingent, and to have them at Portsmouth by the above date, and to report progress herein by Candlemas as above. French. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

The like to the following in the following counties:—

Roger de Bavent Surrey and Sussex 20 men at arms in the Weald of Sussex, 100 archers, beyond the 100 footmen from each county.
Luke de Vienne
Robert de Kendale Kent 15 men at arms in the Weald, 100 archers, beyond 200 footmen.
John de Cobham
Ralph Sauvage
John de Warblinton Southampton 10 men at arms, 100 archers, beyond the 250 footmen.
John de Basinges
Walter de Pavely 'le fitz' Wilts 15 men at arms, 200 archers, beyond the 250 footmen.
Edmund Gacelyn
William de Faucomberge Somerset 20 men at arms, 300 archers, beyond the 200 footmen.
Reinauld de Mountfort
William de Faucomberge Dorset
Henry de Guldene
Robert Sapy Gloucester 10 men at arms, 300 archers, beyond the 100 footmen.
William Tracy
Thomas Hastang Worcester 10 men at arms, 100 archers, beyond the 100 footmen.
Nicholas de Aston
Edmund de Cornwayll Oxford 20 men at arms, 40 archers, beyond the 200 footmen.
Roger de Nowers
John de Harcourt Berks
Roger de Nowers

Afterwards, on 24 January following, the king being at Langele, John Cifrewast was associated with the above William de Faucomberge and Reynauld in the place of Henry le (sic) Guldene, who is otherwise engaged in the king's business. By K.

On 12 February, the king being at Westminster, Giles de Briaunzoun was associated with the above Luke in the place of Roger de Bavent, in the king's service elsewhere. [Parl. Writs.]

Dec. 23. Nottingham.

The like to John de Fenwyk and William de Felton, to select in the county of Northumberland 100 hobelers, mounted on horses other than mares, and to have them at Portsmuth ready to embark by Midlent. By K.

The like to the following:—

Richard de Denton Cumberland and Westmoreland, 120 hobelers.
Richard de Hodeleston
Simon Warde York, 120 hobelers, not of the 300 footmen required from that county.
Thomas Ughtred
Humphrey de Littelbury Lincoln, 100 hobelers not of the 300 footmen.
Norman Darcy
John Courzon Norfolk and Suffolk, 200 hobelers, not of the 350 footmen.
Roger de Antyngham
John de Wittlebury Rutland, 10 hobelers, not of the 50 footmen.
William Moigne Cambridge and Huntingdon, 20 hobelers, not of the 250 footmen. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Dec. 22. Nottingham.

The like to Alan de Cherleton and John de Stafford, to select in the counties of Salop and Stafford 60 hobelers as above not being part of the 200 footmen, and 120 archers to be arrayed in that county and to have them at Portsmouth ready to embark by the above date. French. By K.

The like to the following:—

John Moriz Bedford and Buckingham 20 hobelers and 40 archers, not of the 300 footmen to be arrayed there.
John Olneye
Nicholas de Charneles Warwick and Leicester 30 hobelers and 60 archers, not of the 250 footmen to be arrayed there.
Roger la Zusche
Roger de Chaundos Hereford 20 hobelers and 80 archers, not of the 100 footmen to be arrayed there.
Humphrey de Bassyngburn Northampton 20 hobelers and 50 archers, not of the 250 footmen to be arrayed there.
Eustace de Burneby
William Daune Nottingham and Derby 40 hobelers and 100 archers. In these counties there are no footmen.
John de Denum
Michael de Haveryngton Lancaster 80 hobelers and 100 archers. In this county there are no mounted men or footmen.
Edmund de Nevill

On 23 February following, the king being at Westminster, Walter de Holewell was associated with the above John de Olney in the place of John Morice, engaged on other business of the king. French. [Parl, Writs.]

MEMBRANE 37.

Dec. 27. Nottingham.

Licence for William son of William to enfeoff Edmund Deyncourt of the manor of Emeleye, held in chief as of the manor of Wakefeld and of the manor of Darthington, likewise held in chief as of the honor of Pontefract, as the king is informed by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, Westmoreland, Northumberland and Cumberland; and for the said Edmund to regrant the same in tail to the said William and Isabel his wife, with successive remainders in tail male to John son of William and to Thomas son of William, brother of the said John; and to the right heirs of William son of William. By fine of 12 marks. York.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

Grant to William de Herlaston, king's clerk, of the prebend of Bedeford Minor, in the church of St. Mary Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the see being lately in his hands. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. By K.

Dec. 26. Nottingham.

Pardon to Adam son of Martin Box of any outlawry published against him in the county of Essex for non-appearance before the justices in eyre for pleas of the forest in that county, to answer touching a trespass of venison whereof he was indicted; as well as of the ransom, imprisonment and other things that pertain to the king in this behalf. By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

Writ of aid for Henry Faucomberge, sheriff of Nottingham, assigned by the king to survey timber for springalds and quarels for the expedition to Gascony. By K.

Dec. 26. Nottingham.

Licence for Andrew le Botiller of Hokerton to enfeoff William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, of a messuage, a carucate of land and 40s. of rent in Hokerton, held in chief as of the honor of Tykhill, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbroke, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c.; and for the latter to regrant the same in tail to the said Andrew and Agnes his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of Andrew. By fine of ½ mark. Nottingham.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Mekesburgh of Notingham of 5 marks of rent in Notingham to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Mary, Notingham, for the soul of the said William and the souls of all the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. Nottingham.

[Marginal note.] Here the fines of the preceding months are sent to the Exchequer up to the month of January, where beginning is to be made for the second part of the fines.

Dec. 30. Nottingham.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Thomas Lercedekne, going to Gascony on the king's service. By K.

1325. Jan. 4. Tutbury.

Licence for Richard de Frivill to grant to Nicholas de Brom, parson of the church of Neuton, John Burre, vicar of the church of Great Cornerthe, and their heirs the reversion of the manor of Little Shelford and the advowson of the church of Little Shelford, expectant on the demise of Mabel de Frivill; and for them, after receiving the attornment of Mabel, to re-grant the same to him and Margaret his wife, and his heirs. By fine of 20 marks. Cambridge.

Jan. 6. Ravensdale.

Whereas Roger de Bromdone lately acquired for life from William de Lowe a messuage, 80 acres of land and 40s. of rent, in Lowe, then held of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, before he forfeited to the king, as of his castle of Wygemore, and the said William afterwards, when the castle was in the king's hands by the forfeiture of Roger, quit-claimed to the said Roger de Bromdone and his heirs all his right in the premises and granted also to him and his heirs the reversion of a messuage, 40 acres of land and 20s. of rent in the same town, likewise held in chief as of the said castle, which Agnes late the wife of Ralph de Lowe holds in dower, without the king's licence having been obtained in the premises, and whereas the messuage, 80 acres of land and 40s. of rent have been taken into the king's hands because of the quit-claim; the king has pardoned the trespass herein and granted that he shall have the same again and that after the death of Agnes he may enter into the reversion aforesaid. By fine of 6 marks.

Jan. 8. Ravensdale.

Protection for one year for Aymo de Sabaudia, brother of the count of Savoy, prebendary of Stranessale in the church of St. Peter, York, as he is not of the power of the king of France. By testimony of William de Cusancia.

The like for Thomas de Sabaudia, prebendary of Nonewyk, in the church of St. Wilfrid, Ripon. By the like testimony.

Jan. 6. Tutbury.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Geoffrey le Cok of London.

The like for the following:—

Adam de Braye, vicar of the church of Benflete.

The prioress of St. Helen's within Bishopesgate.

Jan. 23. Langley.

The prioress of St. Mary's, Clerkenwell.

Jan. 12. Ravensdale.

The abbot of Wardon.

Nicholas Sperlyng.

Jan. 12. Melbourne.

Master Robert de Baldok, the younger.

Jan. 13. Whitwick.

Richard de Barton, parson of the church of Sutton.

Jan. 12. Ravensdale.

Licence for Thomas Duraunt and Margaret his wife to enfeoff John son of John de Bohun, of a fourth part of the manor of Great Bresete and the advowson of the priory of the church of St. Leonard of the same town. By fine of 40s.

Jan. 12. Melbourne.

Emelina de Lungespey, staying in England, has letters nominating Richard de la Hide and Hugh de la More as her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Jan. 13. Whitwick.

Grant to John de Lek of the livery which the rebel William de Bredon and his wife had in the house of Gracedieu, for such time as it shall remain in the king's hands. By p.s.

Jan. 12. Melbourne.

Presentation of Hugh de Novo Castro to the church of Lamvaess, in the diocese of Bangor.

Jan. 16. Bagworth.

The like of William de Haverbergh to the church of Sibertoft, in the diocese of Lincoln.

Jan. 25. Langley.

Protection for one year for Luke de Flisco, cardinal, prebendary of Longedon in the church of Lichfield, as he is not of the power of France.

MEMBRANE 36.

1324. Dec. 30. Nottingham.

Pardon to Robert son of John de Saundeby for acquiring for life from Robert de Saundeby a bovate of land in Estmarkham, held in chief as of the honor of Tikhill, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolyngbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. and entering therein without the king's licence; with restitution of the same. By fine of ½ mark. Nottingham.

Dec. 24. Nottingham.

Notification to H. bishop of Lincoln of the revocation of the late grant to Master John Portaly of the prebend of Bedeford Minor in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. By K.

Dec. 28. Nottingham.

Licence for the canons of Cotyngham to acquire in mortmain land and rent to the value of 10l. a year. By K.

Dec. 31. Nottingham.

Association of Andrew Peverel in the room of Robert de Echingham, otherwise engaged, with Roger de Bavent in the commission directed to the latter [23 December] for the array of 20 men at arms, 100 archers, beyond 200 footmen already ordered in the counties of Surrey and Sussex. By K. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Substitution of John de Boudon in the place of the above Andrew, who is ill and feeble. French. [Parl. Writs.]

1325. Feb. 16. Westminster.

Presentation of Peter de Wormynton to the vicarage of the church of Penreth, in the diocese of Carlisle, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Carlisle.

Jan. 12. Ravensdale.

The like of John de Watenhull to the church of Manyngton in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, tenant in chief, being in the king's hands.

Appointment during pleasure of Robert Malveisin to the custody of the stewardship of the forest of Cannoc. By p.s.

Jan. 11. Tutbury.

Association of John de Stretele, in the place of Philip de Aylesbury, with John de la Penne in a commission of array directed to the latter in the county of Buckingham, as above. French. [Parl. Writs.]

The like of Malcolm de Castellon, in the room of John de Morteyn, with Ralph Fitz Richard in a like commission in the county of Bedford. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Jan. 3. Ravensdale.

Pardon to Almand Dacre of any outlawry in the county of York for non-appearance before John de Donecastre and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer, to answer touching a plea of trespass against him and others of William archbishop of York; on condition that he surrender at once to the prison of York and stand to right if the archbishop will proceed against him. By p.s.

The like to John Dacre, word for word. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Langley.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for Peter le Piz Mauron of Spain, citizen of London. By K.

The like for the following:—

Master Alexander de Neuport, parson of the church of Warfeld.

Jan. 12. Melbourne.

Master Roger de Scardeburgh, parson of the church of Stanewygge.

Master John de Foderyngeye, parson of the church of Stone.

Jan. 24. Langley.

William de Abyndon, parson of the church of Pateneye.

The prior of Bruyton.

Jan. 23. Langley.

Presentation of Ralph de Gunthorp of Sibethorp to the church of Shenle, in the diocese of Lincoln. By K.

Jan. 25. Langley.

Protection for one year for Sanxius Garcie, squire and member of the household of Alfonso, king of Spain, prosecuting business of the said king at Sandwich and elsewhere within the realm. By K.

Jan. 24. Langley.

Protection for Clement, prior of St. Neots, appointed to the custody of that house, which the king has taken into his hands, on condition that he answer to him at the Exchequer a certain yearly cess at his will; for as long as the prior has the custody.

Jan. 24. Langley.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Bedford, for John Moriz to inclose a path containing 50 perches in length by 30 feet in breadth, for the enlargement of his dwelling place in Elnestowe; on condition that he make another path of like size, on his own soil, for public use. By fine of ½ mark.

MEMBRANE 35.

Jan. 17. Buckby.

Signification to W. archbishop of York of the royal assent to the election of William de Ayremynne, canon of York, to be bishop of Carlisle. By p.s.

Jan. 12. Melbourne.

Mandate to Andrew Petri not to deliver out of his hands any of the goods late of Roderick de Ispannia, deceased, who dwelt longtime in the king's company during his minority and had the custody of divers manors and lands for several years and received divers issues and profits, for which he never fully satisfied the king or rendered due account; as the king understands that some part of these goods are in his custody.

Jan. 17. Buckby.

Association of William Corbet, in the place of Thomas Hastang, with Nicholas de Aston in a commission of array lately directed to the latter for the county of Worcester. French. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Jan. 27. Langley.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Geoffrey le Scrop, Albert Roger, John de Cherleton, Henry Darcy, Edmund de Acon and William Prodhomme, executors of the will of John de Triple, and for his men, lands, rents and possessions in their custody.

Jan. 24. Langley.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Rewley by Oxford, in satisfaction of 10s. of the 10l. yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire, of the following tofts and lands in North Oseneye which are not held in chief, as appears by inquisition taken by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the county of Southampton &c:—

by William de Puseye of Oxford, three tofts and two acres of meadow;

by John de Colshulle of Oxford, 2 acres of meadow;

by Richard le Coureour, three tofts;

by William de Wodeston, eight tofts;

by William de Sutton, two tofts, and

by Emma la Clothemonger, one toft.

Jan. 24. Langley.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Adam de Skelton to the prior and convent of Drax of a messuage and a carucate and a half of land in Hilton, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of All Saints, Skelton, for the soul of the said Adam and the souls of his ancestors and the faithful departed. By fine of 100s. York.

Jan. 27. Langley.

Protection for one year for Ambrose de Castello, parson of the church of Spryngethorp, John de Brixia, merchant of Lombardy, and James Gece, merchant of Lucca, who are not of the power of the king of France.

Jan. 26. Langley.

Order to sheriffs and others to arrest Peter Sanches de Relosse, near (veisin de) Castro de Ordieles with his goods, who was lately bound at Sandwich to Andrew Petri, envoy of the king of Spain, in 34l. which the latter paid for him to Peter Bard and Thomas Aspelon for the freight of a ship called The ship of St. Mary of Westminster, and has taken himself and his goods without the realm; and detain him until he find security to pay the debt. By K.

Jan. 23. Langley.

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for Master Richard de Subbury, parson of the church of Torveye, staying in the court of Rome on the king's service.

Jan. 27. Langley.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Poncius de Podio Barzaco, archdeacon of London, and prebendary of Bolum in the church of St. Peter, York.

Jan. 24. Langley.

The like for Master Peter de Galicieno.

The same Peter, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has letters nominating Adam Spircok and Robert Poune as his attorneys in England for one year.

Jan. 30. Langley.

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

Jan. 24. Langley.

Roger de Stalham, staying in Gascony in the company of Edmund earl of Kent, the king's brother, on the king's service, has letters nominating John de Leukenore, parson of the church of St. Mary, Stanynglan, and John son of Thomas de Meldeburn, as his attorneys in England for one year.

Jan. 31. Langley.

Grant during pleasure to John de Crumbwell and Idonia his wife of an easement of the king's houses in the manor of Aughmodesham, now in his hands for certain causes, for their stay therein. By K.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Master Richard de Sobbury, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Thomas de Fencotes and Ralph de Braham as his attorneys in England for two years.

J. bishop of Winchester, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has like letters nominating Master Robert de Stratford and Thomas de Evesham until Midsummer.

John de Stonore, going in like manner, has like letters nominating John le Moigne and Richard Doylly for one year.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Protection for one year for Imbert de Monte Martino, parson of the church of Bradewell, in the diocese of London, on certificate by S. bishop of London, that he is born of the county of Burgundy and not of the power of the king of France.

Feb. 17. Westminster.

Mandate until Easter to keepers of ports to permit Bertram de Galard, knight, going to the duchy with his men and horses, to pass without hindrance. By K.

MEMBRANE 34.

Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the town of Cambridge, out of affection for the chancellor and masters of the University of that town, of pavage for three years. [Unfinished and cancelled.]

Jan. 24. Langley.

Protection with clause nolumus for John, vicar of the church of Merston St. Laurence.

The like for one year for the following :—

Jan. 26. Langley.

Adam de Norton, parson of the church of Frome Belet.

Jan. 13. Whitwick.

Richard de Barton, parson of the church of Sutton.

The abbot of Sautre.

Jan. 23. Langley.

Nicholas de Snyterby, going to Ireland, has letters nominating William de Norton as his attorney in England for one year.

Jan. 25. Langley.

Protection for one year for John son of Stephen de Berlyng, suing for the king before John de Bousser and his fellows, justices assigned to enquire touching goods of contrariants in the counties of Kent and Sussex, against Richard son of Richard de Norton and Robert atte Doune and others who have eloigned goods to the value of 200l. late of Bartholomew de Assheburnham, late a rebel, pertaining to the king as forfeit, at Sutton Valence.

Jan. 27. Langley.

Presentation of Henry de Stretford to the church of St. Mary, Northberkhampstede, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master William de Mees, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Wylmynton being in his hands. By K.

Vacated because below.

Jan. 10. Ravensdale.

Mandate to John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c. to deliver the temporalities of the priory of Newstead in Shirewode to William de Thurgarton, one of the canons whose election as prior of that house was at first not confirmed by W. archbishop of York, as the right of preferment had devolved upon him, but who nevertheless has been appointed prior by the said archbishop. By p.s.

The like to the following :—

Matthew Broun, escheator in the counties of Lincoln, &c.

Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Jan. 11. Tutbury.

Commission to John de Penebrugge and Roger Pychard, in the room of Richard de Baskervill and John de Barewe, who were appointed to select 100 out of 400 footmen already arrayed in the county of Hereford, but who cannot attend to the business. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Jan. 22. Langley.

Association of John Wake, in the room of William de Weylond who cannot attend, with John de Bures in the county of Somerset, and with Alan de Boxhull and William de Stoke in the county of Dorset, who were appointed to select 200 footmen jointly out of the 880 footmen in the county of Somerset and the 640 in the county of Dorset, already arrayed by the former commissioners. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Jan. 25. Langley.

The like of John de Pabenham, in the room of Malcolm de Chastelon, who cannot attend, with Ralph Fitz Richard in the county of Bedford, and with John de la Penne and John de Streteleye, in the county of Buckingham, who were appointed to select 300 footmen jointly out of the 400 in the county of Bedford already arrayed by John de Morteyn and Ralph Fitz Richard, and the 500 in the county of Buckingham already arrayed by the said John de la Penne and Philip de Aylesbury. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Jan. 26. Langley.

Pardon at the request of Isabel de Hastynges to William Prodhomme and Reginald de Conductu, late sheriffs of London, of the 40l. wherein they were amerced before Hervey de Staunton and his fellows, justices last in eyre at the Tower of London, for the escapes of Robert le Bakere and Stephen de Thresk from the prison of Neugate; and also of whatever belongs to the king by reason of such evasions. By K.

Jan. 19. Langley.

William de Beare and Richard de Gotehurst, monks of Athelygnie, bringing news of the death of Osmund, their abbot, have letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By p.s.

Feb. 1. Westminster.

Presentation of Henry de Stretford to the church of St. Mary, Northberkhampstede, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master William de Mees, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Wylmynton being in his hands. By K.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

The like of Peter de Nauntoil to the church of Little Laufare, in the diocese of London.

MEMBRANE 33.

Feb. 7. Westminster.

Confirmation to Henry, now prior, and the canons of St. Mary and St. Thomas the Martyr, Wospryngg, of a number of grants to their house (not dated or set out in full). By fine of 100s. Somerset.

[Monasticon.]

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Pardon to John de Bibbesworth for not taking up the arms of a knight before Michaelmas last pursuant to the king's proclamation; and respite therefrom for one year. By K.

Grant to Thomas de Folquardby, king's clerk, parson of the church of Cauleborn, in the Isle of Wight, at the request of J. bishop of Winchester, that he shall not be molested in his possession of the said church by reason of any right accruing to the king by reason of any voidance of the bishopric. By K.

The like, at the request of the said bishop, to Master William de Mees, parson of the church of Stepelmordon, in the diocese of Ely, notwithstanding any right accruing by reason of any voidance of the bishopric of Winchester. By K.

Feb. 8. Westminster.

Pardon to the prior of Repyngdon of the 10l. of his issues and goods lately forfeited while the king was at Notyngham before the steward and marshal of the household. By K.

Jan. 8. Ravensdale.

Ratification to Richard de Byflete, who was keeper of the lands of Edward earl of Chester, the king's son, in the Isle of Wight from St. Thomas the Apostle in the sixth year to 30 March in the tenth year and made fine with the said Edward to be quit of rendering on account for the said time, of such quittance so that he shall not hereafter be disturbed herein by reason of the minority of the said Edward. By p.s.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Licence for John de Pabenham to enfeoff Master Henry de Clyf, king's clerk, of the manor of Wilden, held in chief as of the honor of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by Richard le Wayte, escheator in the counties of Southampton, &c.; and for the latter to re-grant the same to him and Joan his wife in survivorship, with remainders in tail to John his son, to James brother of the latter, to Edmund brother of the latter, and to the right heirs of the first named John. By fine of 10 marks.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Norwych, parson of the church of Burgh under Steynemore.

The like for the abbot of Revesby.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for William de Rishton, going beyond the seas on the king's service. By K.

The like for the following, staying in Gascony on the king's service with Edmund earl of Kent, his brother:—

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Edmund Bacun.

Robert de Leyburn.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Power to John bishop of Norwich, John bishop of Winchester, and John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, to enter into a truce between the king and John de Britannia, duke of Brittany. [Fœdera.]

Feb. 10. Westminster.

Licence for Franco de Scoland to enfeoff John de Leygrave of the manor of Cathangre, held in chief, and for him to re-grant the same in tail to the said Franco and Alice his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of Franco. By fine of 100s.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Licence for Philip de Somervill to enfeoff Richard de Byllyngton of the manors of Alrewas and Wychenoure, co. Stafford, held in chief, and for him to re-grant them in tail male to the said Philip and Margaret his wife, with remainders to Res ap Griffit and Joan his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, and to the right heirs of the said Philip. By K.

Feb. 17. Westminster.

Appointment during pleasure of Richard Russel of Shrewsbury (Salop) to the custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts in that town, according to the form of the statute of the merchants.

Mandate to Roger Pride of Shrewsbury to deliver the said piece and other appurtenances of the office to him accordingly.

MEMBRANE 32.

Jan. 26. Langley.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Laureuce Meys, burgess of Southampton.

The like for the following :—

The prior of Caldewell.

Christiana late the wife of Robert Videlu.

Jan. 28. Langley.

John de Felstede, of London, 'taverner.'

Feb. 10. Westminster.

The abbot of Forde.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

Lucy Laweles.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

John son of Alan de Goldyngham.

Jan. 30. Langley.

Licence for Margaret de Abernythyn to go to Scotland to treat with her friends for the recovery of the lands of her inheritance in Scotland. By K.

Protection until Easter for Jordan Clokeman, of Dunkirk, of Flanders, going to Norfolk to prosecute a plea of trespass against John Warde of Colecestre, before John Perbroun of Jernemuth and Henry Rose, justices assigned to hear and determine the same.

Feb. 3. Westminster.

Protection for Master Thomas de Asteleye, king's clerk, and ratification of his estate in the benefices he at present holds, to wit the prebend of Stotfold in the church of Lichfield, of the patronage of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield; the prebend which Master Thomas de Laffeld lately held in the church of Bromyord, of the patronage of the bishop of Hereford; and the church of Laylond, of the patronage of the abbot and convent of Evesham; notwithstanding any right the king could claim therein. By K.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

Grant during pleasure to Ralph de Monte Hermerii, of the easement of the king's houses within the castle of Marlebergh, for the greater security of the king's daughters, as the king has ordained that these shall dwell in the company of the said Ralph and his wife. By K. on the information of William de Colby.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Kenilworth by John Lok and Roger de Boyvyll of a messuage, a mill, 10 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture and 16s. of rent in Radeford Symely, and by Ralph de Saltford of 1d. of rent there, not held in chief, as appears by inquisition made by John de Bolingbrok, escheator in the counties of Warwick, &c., in part satisfaction of their licence to acquire land and rent to the value of 15l. a year.

1324. Oct. 30. Westminster.

Protection for Gerard de Cusancia, Master John del Idle, chaplain, Peter chaplain, of the said Gerard, John Dormaunz and William le Burgulon, of the household of the said Gerard, as they are of the county of Burgundy and not of the power of the king of France. By K. at the request and on the testimony of William de Cusancia, clerk.

1325. Feb. 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for J. bishop of Winchester, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

The like for one year for John de Stonore, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Protection for one year for Master Ralph Herbert, clerk of Almaric de Crodonio, the king's kinsman, and William Solayl, clerk of Peter son of the said Almaric, prosecuting business of the said Almaric and Peter within the realm. By K.

Feb. 10. Westminster.

Licence for Brian de Turbevill to grant to Ingelram Berenger the reversion of 10 marks 6s. 8d. of rent in Abberbury, held in chief, which William de Ludeford and John son of Robert de Ludeford hold for their lives by demise of the said Brian. By fine of 100s.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for William Basset of Coventre, going to Gascony on the king's service.

The said William has letters nominating John de Assheby and Roger de Bodenham as his attorneys for that time.

Feb. 13. Westminster.

Signification to J. bishop of Bath and Wells of the royal assent to the election of Robert de Ile, prior of Athelyngnye, to be abbot of that place. By K.

Feb. 14. Westminster.

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for John de Stonore, knight, Arnold Guillelmi de Bearnio, lord of Lescun, Master William de Weston, canon of St. Mary's, Lincoln, and professor of civil law, and Master Peter de Galiciano, canon in the church of Rouen, going to Spain on special business of the king. By K.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Mandate to W. bishop of Exeter to examine the elections made in the abbey of Tavystok after the death of Robert the late abbot, namely, by one party of Robert Busse, a monk of that house, and by a smaller party of John de Courtenay, another monk of the house, and to act according to his office, provided always that if he shall confirm either election he will certify the king thereof that the abbot elect may do fealty and receive from the king the temporalities of the abbey. By K.

MEMBRANE 31.

Jan. 30. Langley.

Master John de Lescapon, prebendary of Houthe in the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, staying at the court of Rome, has letters nominating Master William de Lescapon and John de la Casa as his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Jan. 30. Langley.

Pardon to William, de Norton of his outlawry in the county of York for non-appearance before John de Sutton, Robert le Conestable, John de Hothum and William de Roston, justices of oyer and terminer, to answer touching a plea of trespass of Helming de Ossingbrugg; on condition that he stand to right in the king's court if the said Helming will proceed against him.

Feb. 1. Mortlake.

Pardon to Simon Matheu for the death of William le Smith, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 4. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Kenilworth.

The like for:—

Peter Carbonel.

The prior of Worsspring.

Feb. 10. Westminster.

Thomas Chaumberlain of Oxford, 'taverner.'

Thomas de Heselwod, parson of the church of Lynford.

William de Warrewyk, parson of the church of Pampesworth.

Feb. 13. Westminster.

Roger Normaunt of Southampton.

Feb. 8. Westminster.

The prior of Montacute.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Robert Fitz Payn.

Feb. 4. Westminster.

Whereas Ralph Basset of Drayton, who is staying on the king's service in Gascony, is causing a ship to be laden by his servants with corn, herrings, and other victuals to be brought to Gascony for the sustenance of him and his household, the king commands all bailiffs and others to permit those servants to pass with the said ship without impediment. By K.

Feb. 22. Westminster.

Presentation of John de Amwell to the church of Westrasen in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the priory of Holy Trinity, York, being in his hands. By K.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

The like of Edmund de Lench to the church of Newenton, in the diocese of Worcester, void by the resignation of Master James de Boys, the last rector, and 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.

Jan. 24. Langley.

Master Bindus de Bandinellis, going to Ireland, has letters nominating William de Wodeford and John de Claydon as his attorneys in England for two years.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

Thomas de Ponyngges, staying in the king's service in the duchy, has like letters nominating Robert Clerbek and John Peverel for two years.

Feb. 8. Westminster.

The prior of Montacute, going beyond seas, has like letters nominating Thomas de Lee and William Wayne for one year.

Safe-conduct for one year for the said prior. By K.

Jan. 12. Melbourne.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Swerkeston of pontage for three years for repair of the bridge over the Trent, to be taken by the hands of William Grave of Swerkeston, Richard de Swerkeston, Thomas Davy of Stanton and William Tillot, or their deputy, by supervision of the prior of Repindon. By p.s.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Safe-conduct for one year for Reymond Despayne, master of a ship called Seint George, going to divers places on business of the king.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Pardon to Joan late the wife of William de Wyggebere for acquiring with her husband in fee from Gilbert de Chilton the manor of Wyggebere, held in chief of Edward I., and entering therein without licence; and restitution of the same to her for life, with remainder to the heirs of the said William. By fine of 10 marks.

Feb. 14. Westminster.

Licence for Richard de Fryvill to grant to Eleanor de Fryvyll that the manor of Little Shelford and the advowson of the church of that town, held in chief, which are now held for life by Mabel de Fryvill, shall remain to her for her life. By fine of 10 marks.

Feb. 14. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for Master William de Weston, prebendary of Leghton Busard in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, going to Spain on the king's service.

The like for John de Knyghton, going with him to Spain.

The like for the following going with him to Gascony (sic) :—

Andrew de Herberbury, parson of a mediety of the church of Morton Daubeney.

John de Felstede, 'taverner,' of London.

Feb. 17. Westminster.

Grant to William de Everdon, king's clerk, of the chapel of Est Tillebury, void by the resignation of Master Robert de Wygornia, king's clerk, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Edmund le Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Safe-conduct for one year for Emeric de Friscumbaldis, coming by the king's command from beyond seas to him in England. By K.

The like for one year for Peter Cardynal, king's serjeant, whom the king is sending beyond seas to forward some business for him.

The like for one year for Bonacursus de Friscobaldis and the men of his household. By K.

MEMBRANE 30.

Feb. 18. Tower of London.

Licence for the prior and convent of Clyfford in the march of Wales to acquire in mortmain land and rent not held in chief to the value of 10 marks a year. By K.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Safe-conduct until the Assumption for William de Dene, knight, and Stephen de Abyndon, going to Flanders to forward some business enjoined on them by the king. By K.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Ascension Day for the above William de Dene.

The like for the above Stephen de Abyndon.

Feb. 19. Tower of London.

The like for one year for Edmund earl of Kent, the king's brother, staying beyond seas on the king's service.

The like for John de Ellerker the younger, staying with him.

Feb. 13. Westminster.

Vitalis de Testa, prebendary of Therleton, in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, and parson of the church of Hanneye, staying beyond seas, has letters nominating Richard de Aston and William de Derby as his attorneys in England for two years.

Galhard cardinal deacon of St. Lucy's in Silice, precentor in the church of St. Mary, Cicestre, and archdeacon of Oxford, staying beyond seas, has like letters nominating the same.

William cardinal priest of St. Ciriac's, precentor in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, and archdeacon of Ely, and parson of the churches of Shorham and Spofford, staying beyond seas, has like letters nominating the same.

Feb. 16. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo for William de Snoryng, deputed by Stephen de Abyndon, king's serjeant, the butler, to perform that office in the port of Lenne and all ports along the coast from there to Great Yarmouth, during the pleasure of the said butler.

Feb. 16. Westminster.

Pardon to Roger atte Brome of Stevenache for the death of Adam le Gal at Stebeneth, co. Middlesex, as it appears by the record of John de Bousser and Hamo de Chiggewell, justices appointed to deliver the gaol of Neugate, that he killed him in self-defence.

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for William de Boudon, going beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By testimony of Robert de Saunton (sic).

The like for the following going with her :—

Geoffrey de Cornewaille

Robert de Staunton

John de Oxendon clerks.
John de Doune
Edmund de Rammesbury
Gilbert de Sonnynghull

John Cosyn.

Richard de Dovre.

John de Den.

Walter de Chesthunt.

Thomas de Loundres, clerk.

John de Lutryngton.

Ralph Burdet.

John de Astewyk.

John Sprot, clerk.

Thomas de Storton.

Philip de Beauveys.

Ralph de Wendovre.

Roger atte Beech.

John du Char.

William le Galeys.

Robert de Sandale.

William de Northwell, clerk. By testimony of William de Boudon.

Robert Fiz Neel.

William Geraud, 'chaundeler.'

William de Kenle.

John de la March.

Thomas de Hockele, son of Richard de Hockele of London. By testimony of Robert de Staunton.

Alice de Bello Campo.

May 6. Winchester.

Alice Conan, until Michaelmas. By testimony of W. de. Ayrem[ynne].

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Repyndon.

The like for the following:—

Feb. 22. Tower of London.

Roger de Gildesburgh, parson of the church of Craueleye.

Feb. 28. Westminster.

Joan late the wife of Nicholas de Wokyndon.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

William de Salford, parson of the church of Folketon and prebendary in the church of St. Mary, Derlington.

The prior of Durham.

Simon de Baldreston, parson of the church of Heveresham.

Joan, late the wife of Nicholas de Wokyndon.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Ascension Day for Richard de Betoigne, going to Flanders on the king's service. By K.

The like until Midsummer for the following, going beyond seas on the king's service:—

Feb. 10. Westminster.

Master John de Hildesle, parson of the church of Thyngden.

John de Hodenvill, going with the said Master John. By testimony of the said Master John.

Feb. 16. Westminster.

Robert le Lou of Northmerston, going with John de Stonore. By testimony of the said John.

The said Robert le Lou has letters nominating John de Toterno as his attorney in England.

Feb. 21. Tower of London.

Richard de Betoigne has like letters nominating John de Bedeford until Ascension Day. By K.

Feb. 19. Tower of London.

Mandate to Robert de Barton, king's clerk, guardian of the temporalities of the void bishopric of Carlisle, to deliver the same to William de Ayremynne, canon of York, whose election as bishop has been confirmed by William archbishop of York, and who has done fealty to the king. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Stephen de Abindon, going to Flanders on the king's service, has letters nominating John de Bed' and John de Newerk as his attorneys in England until Ascension Day.

Feb. 22. Tower of London.

Safe-conduct for one year for Bernard Pelegrini, king's yeoman at arms, going beyond the seas by the king's command. By K.

The like for Master John de Hyldesle, parson of the church of Thyngden. By K.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Association of Robert de Hotot, in the room of Ralph Fuiz Richard, with John de Pabenham, John de la Penne and John de Streteleye in the commission directed to the latter [on 22 December] to select 300 footmen out of the levies of the counties of Bedford and Buckingham. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 21. Tower of London.

Presentation of John de Foxton to the church of Great Porynglond, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Roger de Gunton, the last parson, and in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Theford being in his hands.

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Dowystowe to the prior and convent of Haverford of 5 marks of rent in Haverford, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Haverford, for the souls of the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks.

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Andrew Maufe to the prior and convent of Michelham of 100 acres of land in Westhamme, not held in chief, as appears by inquisition made by William de Weston, the escheator in the counties of Kent, &c. to hold in satisfaction of 20s. of the 20 marks yearly of land and rent which they have the king's licence to acquire.

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Protection for one year for Raymond Pelegryn, proctor of Master John de Podio Bersaco, prosecuting business of the latter within the realm. By K.

MEMBRANE 29.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Association of Peter de Lekebourn, in the room of Robert Darcy, to select 300 footmen in the county of Lincoln, as in the former commission [on 22 December]. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 15. Westminster.

The like of Henry Hillari, in the room of Thomas de Hastang, to select 100 footmen in the county of Warwick, as in the former commission [22 December]. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 16. Westminster.

Power to William de Dene, knight, and Stephen de Abyndon to prorogue the truce with the count of Flanders and to fix a day for a treaty of peace, as the échevins and burgomasters, advocates and commonalties of Ghent, Bruges and Ypres have satisfactorily excused themselves for not having sent proctors for that purpose to England at the quinzaine of Hilary last. [Fœdera.]

Memorandum that on this matter there is written by writ close to the said échevins, &c. as appears on the dorse of the Close Roll under the same date.

Feb. 17. Westminster.

Pardon, at the request of Edmund de Wodestok, earl of Kent, the king's brother, to William son of John Edward of Aldebergh for the death of Richard Godred of Cattefeld and of any consequent outlawry. By K.

Feb. 16. Westminster.

Pardon to William de Mundene the younger for the death of John Acke, servant of Master Wybert de Lytleton in the ward of Castle Baynard, in the city of London, as it appears by the record of John de Bousser and Hamo de Chyggewell, justices appointed to deliver Neugate gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Feb. 16. Tower of London.

Power to Andrew Petri de Castro Soryz to contract a loan for the king in Spain and neighbouring places to the amount of 6,000l. and to pledge the king's goods for the same and arrange for repayment of the loan within the realm.

Feb. 14. Westminister.

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

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Osgodby, parson of the church of Haversam.

The like for the following :—

Feb. 12. Westminister.

Henry de Suleby of Fletestrete, 'taverner.'

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Maud late the wife of Brian son of Alan.

Feb. 27. Westminister.

Presentation of Thomas de Brayton to the church of Byntworth, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the manor of Byntworth, which is of the bishopric of Rouen, being in his hands by reason of the voidance of the said archbishopric.

Vacated because surrendered.

Feb. 15. Westminister.

Grant in frank almoin to the abbot and convent of Kaerlyun of the Cistercian order, of 2 acres of land in Lankaththen in Cantremaure and the advowson of the church thereof and licence for the abbot and convent to appropriate the church. By K.

Feb. 14. Westminister.

Association of Reginald de Abenhale, in the room of John de Annesle, to select 100 footmen in the county of Gloucester, as in the former commission [on 22 December]. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 12. Westminister.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Geoffrey Houeles, going beyond seas on the king's service with J. bishop of Winchester. By testimony of the said bishop.

The like for the following, going with the bishop:—

John de Lacy.

William de Hatton.

Richard de Pelham.

Edmund de Shireford.

Adam de Stevynton.

Peter de Eccleshale.

Master William de Mees, parson of the church of Stepel Mordon.

William de Welleburn, parson of the church of Kertlyng.

William de Wygornia, parson of the church of Baggehurst.

Walter de Harpham, parson of the church of Chilbalton.

Hugh de Patrington, parson of the church of Avyngton.

Feb. 12. Westminister.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas Crubbe of Dorcestre to the abbot and convent of Bynedon of 2 messuages and 10s. of rent in Dorcestre, to hold of the king by the services due, in augmentation of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said abbey for the soul of the said Thomas and the souls of his ancestors and the faithful departed. It has been found by inquisition made by John Everard, escheator in the counties of Somerset &c., that the premises are held in chief by the service of rendering 6d. a year to the farm of the town of Dorcestre and are worth 13s 4d. a year. By fine of 2 marks.

MEMBRANE 28.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, son of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of the custody of all the lands in England, Wales and Ireland late of John de Hastynges, tenant in chief, during the minority of Laurence, his son and heir, with knights' fees, advowsons, dowers and reversions together with the marriage of the said Laurence, saving to Juliana late the wife of the said John her dower in the premises : also of the custody during the minority of the heir of the purparty affecting the said heir as well of all the lands as of the knights' fees, and advowsons in England, Wales and Ireland, late of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to hold with dowers and reversions when they fall in. By K.

Vacated because on the schedule attached, word for word.

Membrane 28. (Schedule.)

The above grant, word for word.

Feb. 14. Westminster.

Pardon, at the request of Nicholas Kyriel, to Nicholas parson of the church of Kyngesdon of his outlawry, if any, in the county of Kent, for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Richard atte Gate of London and Hugh de Asshland; on condition that he stand to right in the king's court if the said Richard and Hugh wish to proceed against him. By p.s.

Feb. 14. Westminster.

Protection and safe-conduct until Ascension Day, at the request of J. bishop of Winchester, for Roger Normaunt, king's merchant, burgess of the town of Southampton, going to the duchy with his ship called The Ship of St. Mary of Southampton to trade there. By K.

Feb. 18. Tower of London.

Protection for one year for Siglanus Susse of Bishop's Lynn, king's merchant, going to Norway with his ship called the Olafsuch to trade; and for the men and mariners of the ship and his goods and merchandise. By K.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Safe-conduct until Whitsunday for Hugh de Rupe, knight, Bernard Martyn, Raymond de Mercadeli and John Mernly, who lately came to the king from Aquitaine on the king's affairs and are now returning home. By K.

The like for John Legier, Gouselinus de Blavia, Gassias Arnald' and William Bochelyn.

Feb. 26. Tower of London.

Protection and safe-conduct until Whitsunday for John de Mortaignis, clerk of Robert, king of Jerusalem and Sicily, the king's kinsman, who came to the king with letters of the said king and is now returning home. By K.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Association of Thomas de Leukenore, in the room of John de Enefeld, to select 100 footmen in the county of Middlesex as in the former commission [22 December]. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 21. Tower of London.

Pardon, at the request of Anthony de Luscy, to Thomas le Foel of the king's suit for the death of Robert Mangevylayn, wherewith he is charged.

Feb. 19. Tower of London.

Grant for life to Geoffrey de Mildenhale, king's yeoman, marshal of the king's hall, of a messuage in Bredon, co. Leicester, an escheat by the forfeiture of William de Bredon, a rebel. By p.s.

Feb. 18. Westminister.

Presentation of Peter de Wormynton to the vicarage of the church of Penreth, in the diocese of Carlisle, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of that see; directed to W. bishop elect and confirmed of Carlisle, or his vicar-general if he be abroad.

Feb. 16. Westminister.

Appointment of William de Kirkeby, king's clerk, to freight by advice of John Sturmy, admiral of the fleet from the mouth of the Thames northwards, ships for taking to Gascony the victuals purveyed in divers ports within the said admiralty, to be delivered to the receivers of victuals there; and to supervise the lading thereof by indentures to be made between the keepers of the said victuals and the masters of the said ships, to each of which indentures he is to set his seal; but he is not to be burdened with accounting for the said victuals, but only for the moneys received by his own hands for making payments, by view, testimony and control (contrarotulamentum) of the said John or his deputy, as well for the freightage of the said ships and other necessary expenses, as for the wages of sailors and footmen in the above admiralty going to Gascony on the king's service, for which payments he is to account in the exchequer.

Writ of aid for him directed to sheriffs, purveyors and keepers of victuals within the said admiralty, leaders of footmen, and other bailiffs and ministers.

Feb. 22. Tower of London.

Restitution to Walter de Crek of the custody during the minority of the heir of certain lands in Nostrefeld late of Payn. Tybetot, tenant in chief, which custody was first granted by the king to Bartholomew de Badelesmere, by him to Roger de Watevill and by the latter to the said Walter, and was taken into the king's hands because Walter was lately an adherent of some enemies of the king.

Feb. 22. Tower of London.

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

Feb. 21.Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Adam Bloy, staying in the duchy on the king's service. By testimony of the seneschal.

The like for Edmund de Shortmed of Wylberham, staying in like manner.

By the like testimony.

Feb. 23. Tower of London.

Pardon to John son of Richard de Hatfeld Peverel and Thomas son of the said John for acquiring for their lives from Thomas son of Stephen de Hepeworth 63 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 2 acres of pasture and 3s. 4d. of rent in Hatfeld Peverell, Borham, and Wytham, held in chief as of the honour of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by John de Blounvill, escheator in the counties of Norfolk, &c., and entering therein without licence; and licence for them to retain the same. By fine of 40s.

Feb. 24. Tower of London.

William de Northwell, clerk, going beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel, has letters nominating Henry de Edenestowe his attorney until Midsummer.

MEMBRANE 27.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Appointment of Giles de Beauchamp and Alan de Cherleton to inspect the levies of north and south Wales and the Marches who are severally to muster at Shrewsbury on Mid-lent Sunday, and at Hereford on the Tuesday following, and to array and march them to Portsmouth with their sheriffs, sub-sheriffs, constables, and leaders, so that they shall neither do nor receive any harm. French. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Memorandum, from North Wales are to come 200 footmen with two constables armed, and their sheriffs, and the sub-sheriffs of the counties of Caernarvan, Anglese, and Merionith will lead them with four of the best of each of the said counties, so as to be at Balaa on Friday before Mid-lent, and there they shall receive wages from the chamberlain for two days as far as Shrewsbury, and thence order shall be made for their wages as far as Portsmouth for seven days.

There will come to Shrewsbury by Mid-lent Sunday the following levies from the following lands :—

Mohautesdale 1 man at arms, 10 footmen.
Dynebegh 1 " 60 "
Dyffrencloyt 1 " 30 "
Bromfeld and Yal 1 " 50 "
The land of the earl of Arundel 1 " 50 "
La Pole 1 " 80 "
The county of Flint 1 " 50 "

Let order be taken for their wages to Portsmouth for seven days.

From Southgales there will come 200 footmen; two constables, armed. Rees ap Griffith, Sir Roger Pychard, will lead them with 6 men of the counties of Kardigan, Kermerdyn and the stewardship, and the chamberlain of Suthgales will find them wages as far as Portesmuth.

There will come to Hereford on Tuesday after Mid-lent the following levies from the following lands:—

Breghenok 1 man at arms, 60 footmen.
Buelt 1 " 20 "
Elvayl 1 " 20 "
Melnith 1 " 60 "
Radenore 1 " 40 "
Wenthrunion 0 " 10 "
Bergeveny 1 " 40 "

Let order be taken for their wages to Portesmuth, where they are ordered to be by Sunday after Mid-lent, for the chamberlain has a warrant for it. French.

March 1. Westminister.

Pardon to William le Vynour of his outlawry and to Isolda his wife of her waiver in the county of Warwick for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of Robert de Hyngeleye, 'mazon'; on condition that they surrender to the gaol of Warwick and take their trial if the said Robert wishes to proceed against them. By K.

March 4. Tower of London.

Simple protection for one year for Master Peter Russel, parson of the church of Etton.

March 4. Tower of London.

Presentation of John de Langeton to the church of Foxcote, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the land and heir of John de Kyngeston, a rebel, being in his hands.

The like of Adam de Multeby to the vicarage of the church of Yokesford, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Theford being in his hands.

Feb. 24. Westminister.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Richard de Rothyng, going to Gascony on the king's service.

By testimony of William de Clif and Robert de Bilkemore.

March 2. Tower of London.

Grant to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, that the following covenant, which he made with the king to go to the duchy, shall not be to his prejudice or drawn into a precedent. The king lately arranged to cross to Gascony with men at arms in Mid-lent, but at the request of the magnates of the realm, who could not be ready in so short a time, put off his passage, and with their counsel and assent gave orders to send forward men at arms, horse and foot in a certain fleet, and at his request the earl covenanted to go with 100 men at arms at his wages in the said fleet, to stay for half a year from the day of landing. Grant also that the earl is not bound to stay there beyond the half-year unless the king shall come to the duchy in person.

Confirmation in mortmain to the canons of Repyndon of a grant by charter of Harold de Leke to the church of Kalk and the canons there, who now dwell at Repyndon, of a carucate of land in Leke and 3 acres there, and of a release of a custom, to wit a day's work of 60 men of Huntebothe for one day a year which they were accustomed to do for him yearly for his pasture of Staunton; and of a grant by Robert de Notyngham, sometime canon of Salisbury, of his whole land in Sutton and Bonington upon Soar, together with the whole land which he had in Sutton from them while they dwelt at Kalk by exchange for two virgates and one bovate of land in Westerleke which he accounted as equivalent to two carucates of land. By fine of 2 marks.

Feb. 12. Westminister.

Association of Thomas le Butiller of Upton in the room of William Corbet (who was substituted for Thomas de Hastang, who could not attend), who is now going to Gascony on the king's service with John de Cherlton, in a commission lately [23 December] diverted to the said Thomas Hastang and Nicholas de Aston to select in the county of Wyrcestre 10 men-at-arms and 100 footmen. French. [Parl. Writs.]

March 4. Tower of London.

Safe-conduct until Whitsunday for Master Bernard de Styno and Gaudemar de la Berye, who lately came from Gascony on an embassy to the king with Arnold de Durefort, and who are returning home.

MEMBRANE 26.

Feb. 15. Westminister.

Safe-conduct for Elias Gaucelini, clerk, and John Legerii de Burgo of Gascony, with horses and knaves, going to Gascony.

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Roger de la Bere to the prior and convent of the new hospital of St. Mary without Bisshopesgate, London, of two messuages in London, to find two canons, as chaplains, to celebrate divine service daily, in the church of the hospital and a third chaplain, a secular, to do the like in the church of St. George, London, for the soul of Henry sometime bishop of Winchester, and for the souls of the said Roger and his father and mother, and of the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks.

Feb. 21. Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Adam de Bloy, staying in the duchy on the king's service. By testimony of the seneschal.

Feb. 16. Tower of London.

Master John de Hildesle, parson of the church of Thingden, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Robert de Hemmyngburg, clerk, and Edmund de Hildesle, as his attorneys in England until Michaelmas.

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Pardon to the brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas, St. Edmunds, for acquiring in mortmain from Hervey de Staunton, king's clerk, 20 acres of land and 70s. of rent in the town of St. Edmund's and the suburb thereof, in aid of the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the hospital for the good estate of the king and his children and for the souls of John sometime abbot of St. Edmunds and the faithful departed, and entering therein without licence; and licence for them to retain the same. By fine of 40s.

Feb. 16. Westminister.

Licence for William de Marton to enfeoff Hugh Baret of the manor of Marton, held in chief, and for the latter to re-grant the same to the said William and Sybil his wife, and the heirs of William. By fine of 40s.

Feb. 23.Tower of London.

Pardon to John Dacres for acquiring a messuage, 20 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, and 8 acres of alder-wood in Welles, in fee tail, and a messuage, 20 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow and 8 acres of alder-wood there, for life, from John bishop of Bath and Wells, and entering into those which are held in chief without his licence; and licence for him to retain the same, as it appears by inquisition made by John Everard, escheator in the counties of Somerset, &c., that the only loss to the king will be that in times of voidance of the bishopric he will lose the recognitions of the said tenements, as of the value of 2s. By fine of 40s.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Commission to Constantine de Mortymer and Richard de Perers to survey the array of the footmen to assemble at Herewyz on Sunday after Mid-lent, and to deliver them to John de Sturmi, admiral of the fleet towards the North, and to certify the king of the numbers embarked from every county and town as compared with the schedule thereof sent herewith of the numbers ordered to muster there. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 27. Westminister.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Bertrand del Mure, merchant of Bazas, in the duchy, going home.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Safe-conduct for five years for the merchants of the power of the duke of Brabant, Lorraine and Limborgh; and no one of them shall be arrested for the trespasses of others, or for any debts of which he be not the principal debtor or surety. By K.

Feb. 28. Westminister.

Appointment, during pleasure, of William le Moigne, king's clerk, to survey the lands in England and Wales late of John de Hastynges, tenant in chief, now in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir, and order for them for the king's profit. By K.

Feb. 27. Westminister.

Pardon to John Alred and Juliana his wife for acquiring for their lives from John de Chavent a messuage, 20 acres of land and a rood of meadow in Wepham, held in chief, and entering therein without licence, and restitution to them of the same. By fine of 10s.

Feb. 20. Westminister.

Pardon to John Dauneye of his rebellion. By K.

March 1. Westminister.

Presentation of William de Lound to the church of Stoke, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Eye being in his hands.

Feb. 28.Westminister.

Pardon to the abbot of Burton on Trent of 300l. wherein he is bound to the king for goods forfeited to the king unjustly held by him, whereof he was convicted before John de Stonore and his fellows, justices appointed to make inquisition touching of such goods in the county of Stafford. By K.

Feb. 26. Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus for two years for W. bishop elect and confirmed of Carlisle, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

He has letters nominating Richard de Ayremynne and Master Adam de Ayremynne as his attorneys in England for that time.

Feb. 18. Westminister.

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for William Howard, going to Gascony on the king's service.

By K. on the information of Robert de Welle.

He has letters nominating Stephen de Witlesford and Geoffrey de Sheringes his attorneys for that time.

MEMBRANE 25.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Licence in mortmain, after inquisition ad quod damnum, for Thomas de Eggefeld, king's clerk, parson of the church of Thirsford, to enclose a path containing 18 perches long by 4½ feet broad, leading from the high road eastwards to the church westwards, for the enlargement of the parsonage; on condition that he make a like path on his own soil. By fine of ½ mark.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Association of Walter de Stirkeland, in the room of Michael de Haveryngton, who is going to Gascony in the company of David de Strabolgi, earl of Athelez, in the commission lately [22 December] directed to the latter and Edmund de Nevill to select 80 hobelers and 100 archers in the county of Lancaster. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 15. Westminister.

The like of John de Brakeneberewe, in the room of William de Bayous, in a commission lately [22 December] directed to the latter and others to select 300 footmen from the levies arrayed in the county of Lincoln. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 12. Westminister.

The like of John Fillyol, Thomas Gobion, William de Lodwyk and Philip Piltoft, in the room of Richard de Perers, John de Mounteny of Essex and John de Wauton, some of whom are sick and some otherwise occupied in the king's affairs, in a commission lately [22 December] directed to the latter to select 15 men at arms and 200 footmen in the counties of Essex and Hertford. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 20. Westminister.

The like of Thomas de Sandewych, in the room of John de Mereworth, who is going to Gascony in the company of John de Garrenne, earl of Surrey, in a commission lately [23 December] directed to the latter and others to select 15 men at arms, 200 footmen and 100 archers in the county of Kent. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 28. Westminister.

Pardon to Master Maurice de Waleden of his outlawry in the hustings of London for non-appearance before the king to answer touching a plea of trespass of William Reyner of London; on condition that he surrender forthwith to prison and stand his trial if the said William will proceed against him.

By fine of 20 marks, which he has paid in the hanaper. Essex.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Grant to Thomas de Sibthorp, king's clerk, of the chapel of Iselhampstede Botetourt.

Safe-conduct for two years for the merchants, mariners and others of the city and parts of Venice, trading, and they shall not be arrested for any debts whereof they are not principal debtors of sureties. By K. & C.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Robert de Hausted, going beyond seas in the company of Queen Isabel.

The like for John de Assheby, going with the said Robert.

Feb. 12. Westminister.

Association of John Filliol, Thomas Gobion, William de Lodewyk and Philip Piltoft, in a commission lately [22 December] directed to Hugh de Nevill and Walter de Pateshull, commissioners of array in the county of Essex, and Richard de Perers and John de la Haye, commissioners of array in the county of Hertford, to select 200 footmen from these counties, as some of the latter are sick and some are otherwise engaged on the king's affairs. French. [Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 24.

Feb. 14. Westminister.

Association of John de Nowers, in the room of John Morice, to select 20 men at arms in the counties of Bedford and Buckingham from the knights, esquires and other men at arms in those counties, as in the former commission (23 December). French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 14. Westminister.

The like of John de Mereworth, in the room of Robert de Kendale, to select 15 men at arms and 100 archers in the county of Kent, as in the former commission (23 December). French. [Parl. Writs.]

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Commission to Hugh de Louthre, substituting him in the room of Richard de Denton and Richard de Hodeleston, as leader of the 120 hobelers selected by the latter in the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland by a former commission (23 December); he is also empowered to raise a further levy of 80 hobelers, who are to be marched in the same manner; with power to punish persons who may be disobedient. French. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Feb. 16. Westminister.

Substitution of John de Ormesby and Edmund de Baconesthorp, in the room of Anselm le Mareschall and George de Thorp, in the county of Norfolk, to select 60 men at arms from the knights and esquires of that county and of Suffolk, as in a former commission (23 December) directed to the latter in Norfolk, and to William Giffard and John de Welnetham in Suffolk; as the said Anselm is going to Gascony in the company of Robert de Mohaut and the said George in the company of John de Claveryng. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Association of John de Daggeworth, in the room of John de Whelnetham, also going in the company of Robert de Mohaut, with the above William Giffard in the same commission. French. [Parl. Writs.]

March 4. Tower of London.

Safe-conduct for one year for Oliver Deyncourt, canon of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, going beyond seas.

Feb. 20. Westminister.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Adam de Ayremynne, king's clerk, to Richard de Ayremynne, king's clerk, parson of the church of Elvele, of a toft and an acre of land in Elvele, for the enlargement of his dwelling place. By fine of ½ mark, which he paid in the hanaper.

[Marginal note.—Let the clerk of the hanaper be charged herewith.]

Feb. 20. Tower of London.

Pardon to John Athelard for acquiring in fee from John de Chavent a messuage, 25 acres of land, and 1 acre 1 rood of meadow in Wepham, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and restitution of the same to him. By fine of 20s.

Feb. 26. Westminister.

Pardon to Ela de Perers of whatever pertains to the king because she was lately an adherent of his enemies and rebels. By K.

Feb. 21. Tower of London.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for John de Crumbewell, going beyond seas on the king's service with Queen Isabel. By K.

The same John has letters nominating Simon de Semer and John le Mareschal as his attorneys in England until that feast.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Richard de Crumbewell, going with the said John in the company of the queen.

Feb. 28. Westminster.

Presentation of David Cubbel to the church of Scarthou, in the diocese of Lincoln. By K.

MEMBRANE 23.

Feb. 1. Mortlake.

Pardon to Hugh le Despenser the younger for acquiring in fee from John de Brompton the advowson of the church of Shupton, in the diocese of Lincoln, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same. By p.s.

Feb. 5. Westminster.

Pardon to Hugh le Despenser [bracketted with the above entry in the margin] for acquiring in fee from Alesia, late the wife of Thomas earl of Lancaster, 75 knights' fees in Aulton Berners, Carselewe, Secchevill, Wyvelesford, Shirreveton, Wynterbourne, Little Cheverell, Echelhampton, Merton, Cotes, Deverel, Chadewych, Norrigge, Chitterne Maiden, Winterbourn Stok, Bredecoumbe, Langeford, Depeford, Chikkelade, la Pole, Boyton, Orcheston, Claudon, Madynton, Middelton, Seles, Homynton, Cortyngton, Asserton, Fyssherton Aucher[i], Brudecoumbe, Wynterbourn by Chitterne, Langele Burel, la Boxe, Wroxhale, Knabbewell, Hertham, Portesheved, Chaldefeld, Waddon, Tymbresbarwe, Lillynton, Plumbury, Bailleclyf, Stratton, Cotsetle, Hulprynton, Littlecote, Yatebury, Wydecoumbe, Broghton Monketon, Avene, Aldyngton, Todeworth Melewys, Durneford, Little Derneford, Aumbresbury, Porton, Great Derneford, Lake, Welewe, Bremelshet, Westaumbresbury, Netton, Netheravene, Maperton, Melebury, Plumbere, Kyngton, Bluntesdon, Wamberge, Mildenhale, and Compton Basset, co.Wilts; 15 knights' fees in Tokeswell, Norton, Esthesshecoumbe, Westhesshecoumbe, Stokegowere (sic), Socton, Cherleton, Iford, Langeford, Hamme, Hengstrigg, Kynstanton, Stoke Basset, Lokynton, and Durleye, co. Somerset; 11¼ knights' fees in Coumbhaweye, Estdouelys, Westdouelys, Wynterbourn Houton, Wodegate, Meleburn, Tollard, Crauford, Merton and Wakyngham, co. Dorset; 8 knights' fees in Lusteshill, Shryvenham, Stanpult, Dreyton by Abyndon, Wanetynge and Ardynton, co. Berks; 12 knights' fees in Aldebury, Irenacton, Kyngeston, Weston, Capenore, Amene Sancte Crucis, and Hatherop, co. Gloucester; 1½ knights' fees in Bourcoumbe, co. Devon; 9 knights' fees in Cherdeford, Biketon, Hameldon, Porteseye and Coupenore, co. Southampton; 2½ knights' fees in Northeston, co. Oxford: held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same. By K.

Feb. 11. Westminster.

Pardon to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, for acquiring in fee from Alesia countess of Lincoln and Salisbury the castle and manor of Donyngton, co. Leicester, the manor of Knesale and the wapentakes of Allerton and Plumtre and 9 knights' fees in Blyth, Stirrop, Oulecotes, Weston, Sternethorp, Little Muskeham, Kirketon, Boukton, Kirnshale, Mapelbek, Allerton, Akeryng, Wellehawe, Clareburgh, Bautre, Stokhyt, Plumtre, Marton, Hareworth, Edewalton, Rodyngton, Leek, Normanton, Stanton, Clippeston, Hykelyng and Keworth, co. Nottingham; 3 messuages, 3 virgates of land, 100 acres of pasture and 1/6 of a knight's fee in Tykenhale and Repyngton and the wapentake of Rysle, co. Derby; the castle and manor of Dynebegh, and the cantreds of Ros, Rowennok and Kaymer, co. Salop; the manor of Aldeburn, and a carucate of land, 100 acres of meadow, 500 acres of wood and 4½ knights' fees in Whanburgh, Piryton, Benetham, Lusteshull, Bluntesdon, Wylington and Shryvenham, co. Wilts; and 40s. of rent in Caldon, co. Stafford; held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same. By K.

Feb. 10. Westminister.

Licence for Ebulo Lestraunge and Alesia, his wife, the king's kinwoman, to enfeoff Hugh le Despenser of the castle and manor of Clifford, the manors of Glasbury, Coleham, Woxebrugg, Eggeswere, Halton upon Trent, Wadyngton, Lutton, Horblyng, Scarthhou, Staynwath, Saltfleteby, Wadenho, Wardyngton, Birencestre, Middelyngton and Le Fryth, the castle, manor, honor and soke of Bolyngbrok, 60,000 acres of marsh in Bolyngbroke and Wyldemore and 30s. of rent in Boston, and of all land late of Henry de Lascy, Alesia's father, in Holebourn, in the suburb of London, all held in chief; and for Hugh to re-grant the same to them for the life of Alesia.

Pardon to the same Hugh for acquiring in fee from Alesia late the wife of Thomas earl of Lancaster, the manors of Grauncestre, co. Cambridge, and Gretham, Broccelby, Thorleye and Totenay, 2,000 acres of marsh in 'le Westfen,' and 28 knights' fees in Bolyngton, Golthagh, Spridelyngton, Saxeby, Scalby, Stretton, Ingeham, Cotes, Glentworth, Faldyngworth, Kirkeby by Sleford, Northkyme, Filyngham, Risom, Barlinges, Scotthorn, Sudbrok, Ulseby, Kescesby, Middelrasen, Wyvelyngham, Ouneby, Repham, Ingelby, Halstede, Nettelham, Myntynges, Askeby, Bruera, Tymberlound, Ousthorpe, Wylughby by Lafford, Swaveton, Horblyng, Bilyngburgh, Merston, Aghham, Dembelby, Haneworth, Pikworth, Weseby, Hocham, Spanby, Neuton, Eseber, Esseby, Broccelby, Claxeby, and Stowe St. Mary, and the advowsons of the church of Wyvelyngham, the abbey of Barlyngges and the priory of Cameryngham, co. Lincoln, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same. By K.

March 6. Tower of London.

Association of Peter Carbonel in the room of John de la Penne, who is going in the first fleet with the earl of Surrey, to select 300 footmen in the counties of Bedford and Buckingham, as in a former commission (on 22 December). French. [Parl. Writs.]

The like of Richard de Heyle, in the room of Thomas de Leukenore, who is ill, for 100 footmen in the county of Middlesex, as in a like commission. French [Parl. Writs.]

March 10. Tower of London.

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for David Cubbel of Stenyng, parson of the church of Scarthhou.

March 11. Tower of London.

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

MEMBRANE 22.

Feb. 6. Westminister.

Power to John de Stonore, knight, Arnold Guillelmi de Byarn, lord of Lescun, Master William de Weston, professor of civil law, canon of Lincoln, and Master Peter de Galiciano, canon of Rouen, as the king's proctors, to treat of espousals, dower and espousal earnest money (arris sponsaliciis) of the king's daughter Eleanor with Alfonso, king of Spain. [Fœdera.]

The like to the same touching espousals of Edward the king's first-born son and damsel Eleanor sister of the above king of Spain. [Fœdera.]

The like to the same to make a treaty of marriage between the said Edward and Eleanor with the guardians of the above king of Spain. [Fœdera.]

The like to the same to confirm the treaty of marriage when made between the said king of Spain and Eleanor the king's daughter. [Fœdera.]

The like to the same to make a treaty of friendship with the said king and his guardians and the rest of the magnates of Spain and other realms, commonalties and universities. [Fœdera.]

Feb. 19. Tower of London.

Appointment of Edward Bacoun and Peter de Thorp, knights, and Master John de Hildesle, canon of Chichester, as proctors for the king, to treat touching espousals, &c. as above, of the king's daughter Joan with the first-born of Alfonso the eldest son of James king of Aragon, and the future heir of Aragon.

And because it was said that James is old and decrepit and it is not certain that he is not dead there is written in the name of Alfonso his son as if he were king, in the forms following:—

The like of the same to treat of a marriage between the first-born son of the Infante Alfonso, king of Aragon, heir of Aragon, and Joan the king's daughter.

The like of the same to treat of the said marriage with James king of Aragon, and Alfonso king of Aragon.

The like of the same to treat of this with the said Alfonso.

The like of the same to make a treaty of peace with James king of Aragon.

The like of the same to make such treaty with the said Alfonso. [Fœdera.]

March 12. Tower of London.

Grant during pleasure to Thomas de Sibthorp of the custody of the hospital of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln. By K. on the information of W. de Clif.

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

March 9. Tower of London.

Presentation of Thomas de Cotyngham to the church 'del Angle,' in the diocese of St. David's, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Pembroch being in his hands.

March 5. Tower of London.

The like of John de Folkquardeby to the vicarage of the church of Wilyngton, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the priory of Wilmyngton being in his hands.

March 10. Tower of London.

Joan de Dyvelyn of Coventre, dwelling in England, has letters nominating William de Ridewale and Robert de Ridewale as her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

March 10. Tower of London.

Pardon to Michael Pygot of Wath, king's clerk, for acquiring for life and for three years after his death the manor of Wath from John Flemyng, who held it of Robert de Welle and Maud his wife, in the name of her dower, as of the castle of Skipton in Craven, which is in the king's hand, by the service of one knight's fee, which fee was assigned by the king to the said Maud after the death of Robert de Clifford, sometime her husband, lord of that castle, as appears by inquisition made by Simon de Grymmesby, escheator in the counties of York, &c. and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same for the term aforesaid. By fine of 20s. York.