Yorkshire Fines
1500-1505

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Institute of Historical Research

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1887

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14-20

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'Yorkshire Fines: 1500-1505', Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 1: 1486-1571 (1887), pp. 14-20. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49620 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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1500–1505

1499–1500—HILARY TERM, 15 HENRY VII.
Robert Plompton, kt., Ralph Neuell, esq., John Norton, esq., and Richard Grene, gent., and Katherine his wife William Whiteham, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, sister and heir of Thomas Aleynson The moiety of 8 messuages with lands in Calton, Northby in the parish of Topclyff and Skypton upon Swale in the same parish, in which Johanna Aleynson the widow of Thomas has a life interest.
1500—EASTER TERM, 15 HENRY VII.
Reginald Spek John Bramley 2 messuages in Houeden.
1500—TRINITY TERM, 15 HENRY VII.
* John, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury, Richard, Bishop of Durham, John Dynham de Dynham, kt., John Fyneux, kt., Thomas Bryan, kt., Reginald Bray, kt., Thomas Louell, kt., Thomas Broughthier, kt., Richard Guldeford, kt., William Tirwhite, kt., Robert Poyntz, kt., Robert Louell, kt., Thomas Kebett, Robert Constable, Thomas Frowyk, John Kyngesmyll, Richard Emson, esq., Thomas Strangwisshe, esq., Thomas Neuill de Holt, esq., Jo Neudegate, Lodowic Pollard, and William Menwynek, clerk Richard Neuill de Latymer, kt., and Ann his wife Manors of Daneby, Scampton, als. Scampston, Thorneton in Pikerynglyth, Synelyngton, and Brydale, als. Byrdale, and the chace of Daneby.
** John, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury, Richard, Bishop of Durham, John Dynham de Dynham, kt., John Fyneux, kt.,Thomas Bryan, kt., Reginald Bray, kt., Thomas Louell, kt., Thomas Bourghchhier, kt.,Richard Guldeford, kt., William Tirwhite, kt., Robert Poyntz, kt., Robert Louell, kt., Thomas Kebell, Robert Constable, Thomas Frowyk, John Kyngesmyll, Richard Emson, esq., Thomas Strangwisshe, esq., Thomas Neuill de Holt, esq., John Neudegate, Lodowic Pollard, and William Menwynek, clerk Robert Willoughby, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manors of Daneby, Scampton, als. Scampston, Thorneton in Pikerynglyth, Synelyngton, and Brydale, als. Byrdale, and the chace of Daneby.
Robert Cley and Katherine his wife Robert Wright of Lasthorp and Isabel his wife 3 messuages with lands in Lasthorp, in Rydale, a portion of which Robert Hunter and Agnes his wife hold during the life of Agnes.
Robert Constable, serjeant at law, Ralph Rokeby de Yafforth, Thomas Rokeby, junr., and Ralph Barnyngham John Trowell and Matilda his wife, and William Bell and Alice his wife 10 messuages with lands in Massham, Ellyngstryng, Swynton, Wardermarsh, Fereby, Ottryngton, and Ripon.
Seth Holand John Adcock and Agnes his wife 2 messuages with land in Tekyll.
1500—MICHAELMAS TERM, 16 HENRY VII.
Thomas Makehey, chaplain, and Edmond Emere John Grene 4 messuages with lands in Howeden and Knedlyngton.
1501—EASTER TERM, 16 HENRY VII.
** Robert Constable, serjeant at law, and Thomas Fayrfax, son of Guy Fayrfax, kt. William Craythorne and Cecilia his wife Manor of Northclyffe and 6 messuages with lands in the same, also 2 messuages, &c in the city of York.
William Warham, clerk, Reginald Bray, kt., Thomas Louell, kt., Jo Mordaunt, serjeant at law to the king, James Hobert, Richard Emson, and Thomas Lucas William Husee and Ann his wife Manor of Duffeld and 20 messuages with lands in Duffeld, Holme in Spaldyngway, and Thorpastrete.
William Boweman, kt. William Barnard and Alice his wife 15 messuages with lands in Welborne.
Thomas Thorley, clerk, Richard Knyueton, esq., and John Port John Hancok and Johanna his wife 2 messuages with lands in Brancrofte.
1501—TRINITY TERM, 16 HENRY VII.
** Reginald Bray, kt., Thomas Louell, kt., James Hobert, Richard Emson, and Thomas Lucas. Thomas Darcy, kt., and Edith his wife Manors of Mautholme, Witton, Cotyngham, and Buttrecrambe.
Elizabeth Hedlam, daughter of John Hedlam Robert Hastingis, esq. 5 messuages in Staynton and Thornton.
1501—MICHAELMAS TERM, 17 HENRY VII.
John Fysher, clerk, Thomas Roke by, Ralph Rokeby, and Jo Whyte Richard Ryplyngham and Anne his wife 2 messuages with lands in Ryplyngham.
1502—EASTER TERM, 17 HENRY VII.
James Metcalf, esq. Roger Metcalf and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Hertlyngton.
Miles Scolefeld Thomas Atkynson and Alice his wife Lands in Hiperome.
Martin Tweyng, Edward Hylyerd, and Thomas Blake John Dalkyn and Margery his wife Messuage with lands in Hotteryngham in Holdernes.
Richard Hallested William Halyday Messuage with lands in Esthardewyke.
John Wikersley, esq. William Wheteley and Johanna his wife and William Couper and Johanna his wife The moiety of a messuage with lands in Ecclesall.
1502—TRINITY TERM, 17 HENRY VII.
William Saluayn, esq., Edward Knyght and Thomas Knyght William Husse, esq., and Ann his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in North Duffeld.
1502—MICHAELMAS TERM, 18 HENRY VII.
* John Gillyot, kt., and Matilda his wife John Rawelynson and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Bisshopthorp.
John Warde William More and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Mikilhusburne.
1502–3—HILARY TERM, (fn. 1) 18 HENRY VII.
Gilbert Saltonstall John Chaloner Messuage with lands in Northourom.
1503—EASTER TERM, 18 HENRY VII.
* John Gillyot and Matilda his wife Thomas Bowes and Johanna his wife Messuage in the city of York.
Robert Rissheworth, senr. William Calverley, kt., and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Houghton.
1503—TRINITY TERM, 18 HENRY VII.
Elizabeth Huse, wid., John Huse, kt., Reginald Gayton, and Thomas Ryther, clerk William Huse, esq., and Ann his wife, daughter and heir of John Salven, kt. Manor of Arswell, the advowson of Arswell church, and lands in Arswell.
William Fairfax and John Drayton William Maweleuere and Alice his wife 4 messuages with lands in Calton and Terynton.
1503—MICHAELMAS TERM, 19 HENRY VII.
Richard Nicholson, clerk, Thomas Norcrosse, chaplain, and Thomas Strey William Fairfax, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Doncaster, Louersall, Heythorp, and Balby.
John Geliot, kt. Agnes Dunstall who was the wife of William Dunstall, esq. 15 messuages in York.
1504—EASTER TERM, 19 HENRY VII.
Henry Carnebull, clerk, and Thomas Wortley, kt. Benedict Lee and Isabel his wife, daughter and heir of Richard Clarell Messuage with lands in Hooton Underhagh, near Connysborowe, and Kyrkbramwyth, and free fishing in the water of the Don in Kyrkbramwyth.
Thomas Assheton, kt. John Burnyll and Richard Burnyll 2 messuages with land in Thurleston in the parish of Penyston.
John Harpesfeld and George Harpesfeld Thomas Stones and Johanna his wife 2 messuages with lands in Bristall and Adwalton.
1504—MICHAELMAS TERM, 20 HENRY VII.
* William Fayrfax, serjeant at law, and Isabel his wife John Marshall and Mary his wife 4 messuages in Dauygate in the city of York.
William Normanvyle, son of Thomas Normanvyle, kt., and William Danyell, esq. John Normanvyle, kt., and Mary his wife Manors of Garthom and Newton, and 56 messuages and 2 mills with lands in the same, and in Eueryngham, also the moiety of the manor and of the advowson of Eueryngham church.
Edward Jenney, kt., Robert Southwell, kt., Thomas Cosyn, clerk, and Richard Stokys, chaplain Elizabeth Brakenbury Manor of Seleby and lands in the same.
Brian Palmes and Richard Bunney Henry Tounesende and Johanna his wife The moiety of a messuage with land in Eskeryk.
Christopher Marshall John Haull and Johanna his wife and John Marshall Messuage with lands in Thornor.
William Mirfeld, kt. John Mirfeld, esq., and Margaret his wife Manors of Morley, Fyncheden, Howley, Mirfeld, Hopton, Dygton, Batley, Boulton, Newstede, Wakefeld, Gyldersom, Kirkheton, and Little Smeton, and 50 messuages and 6 mills with lands in the same and in Hudersfeld, Stubbes, Wymbersley, Sotehill, Osset, Bolton in Bradfordale, Newstead near the Lede, Saxton, Wodekirk, Litill Bollyng, Brightlyngton, Southourom, Chekynley, and Frysby.
1504–5—HILARY TERM, 20 HENRY VII.
George, Earl of Salop, Henry Barnbull, clerk, and Thomas Wortley, kt. Robert Wodhall, son and heir of Thomas Wodhall Messuage with lands in Wentworth in the parish of Wath, which Christopher Dalton and Ann his wife hold for the term of Ann's life.
William Calverley, kt. John Rodley 5 messuages with lands in Pudsey, Rawedon, and Fersley, of which 3 messuages with lands in Rawedon are held by John Gascoigne and Isabel his wife during the life of Isabel.
1505—MICHAELMAS TERM, 21 HENRY VII.
John the Prior of the House or Church of Holy Trinity at Lenton, near Notyngham Alianora Wyndam, widow, and Thomas Wyndam, esq. Advowson of the parish church of Arkesey, near Doncaster.
Richard Rokeby, esq., Richard More, clerk, and Richard Graunt, chaplain John Cutte, kt., and Elizabeth his wife 8 messuages with lands in Cotyngham.
John Warde William More and Margaret his wife 15 messuages with lands in Great Usburn, Brampton, and Haytfeld, also one third of the manor of Great Usburn and of a mill at Brampton; a portion of the above Hawisia Waykfeld, widow, has a life interest in.
Richard Nicholson, chaplain, Thomas Norcrosse, chaplain, Robert Stele, and Robert Jenkynson John Langold and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Langold and Letwell.
William Fairfax, serjeant at law, Guy Palmes, serjeant at law, John Aclom, esq., and Ralph Stalby (? Scalby) Guy Roucliff and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Eskryke.
Brian Palmes, esq. John Norton, esq., and Ann his wife 5 messuages and a shop with lands in Pountfret, Friston, and Ferybrig.

Footnotes

1 From the De Banco Rolls.