Lancashire Fines
21-37 Henry VI

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1905

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'Lancashire Fines: 21-37 Henry VI', Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 3: 1377-1509 (1905), pp. 108-122. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52569 Date accessed: 21 November 2014.


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21-37 Henry VI

59 (m. 38). At Lancaster, on Saturday in the first week of Lent, 21 Henry VI. [16th March, 1443].

Between Robert Bothe, knight, William Bothe, clerk, William Bothe, Roger Bothe, Robert Clifton, Nicholas Fitz Herber, Nicholas Biron, Thurstan Percyvall, chaplain, and Richard del Knoll, plaintiffs, and Nicholas Botiller, of Rauclif, esquire, deforciant of 60 messuages, 2 mills, 500 acres of land, 80 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture, 60 acres of wood, and 400 acres of turbary in Caterall, Rowall [Rohall, in Catterall], Whithull [Whittle-le-Woods], Wrightyngton, Chorley, Styresacre [Stirzaker, in Catterall], Claghton, Outrauclif [Out Rawcliffe], Hamulton [Hambleton], Thornhall, Staynoll, Staylmyn, and Little Hole.

Nicholas Botiller remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Roger, for which the plaintiffs gave him 500 marks. (fn. 1)

60 (m. 37). At Lancaster, on Friday in the first week of Lent, 21 Henry VI. [15th March, 1443].

Between John Byron, knight, and Robert Longley, esquire, plaintiffs, and Robert Harecourt, knight, and Margaret, his wife, deforciants of 4 acres of land in Athirton and Assheton.

Robert Harecourt and Margaret remitted all right to John and Robert and to the heirs of John, for which John and Robert gave them 10 marks. (fn. 2)

61 (m. 36). At Lancaster, on Monday next after the Assumption, 21 Henry VI. [19th August, 1443].

Between Nicholas Rissheton, clerk, plaintiff, and Richard Wynkelay and Margaret, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, called "Wynkelayes Place," 2 messuages, 90 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, and a rent of 6 hens, and of a third part of the manor of Caterall, and 1000 acres of pasture in Caterall, Haweth [Howath, in Catterall], and Gairstang.

Richard and Margaret remitted all right to Nicholas and his heirs, for which Nicholas gave them 100 marks. (fn. 3)

62 (m. 35). At Lancaster, before William Ayscough and Peter Ardern, justices, on Thursday next after the Assumption, 21 Henry VI. [22nd August, 1443].

Between John Byrom and Margaret, his wife, plaintiffs, and William Lever and Alice, his wife, deforciants of 3 messuages, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, and 40 acres of pasture in Barton and Midelton.

William and Alice granted the said tenements to Margaret, to have and to hold to the said Margaret and to the heirs of her body, of the said William and Alice, and the heirs of William for ever, rendering a rose at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist for all service &c., pertaining to William and Alice and to the heirs of William; in default of an heir of the body of the said Margaret, the said tenements to revert to William and Alice and to the heirs of William, for which John and Margaret gave them 100 marks. (fn. 4)

63 (m. 34). At Lancaster, on Thursday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 21 Henry VI. [22nd August, 1443].

Between William de Hoton, chaplain, plaintiff, and Christiana, late the wife of Robert de Haryngton, knight, deforciant of 800 acres of land, 140 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 110 acres of wood, and 600 acres of moor in Caton and Presthoton [Priest Hutton], and of a moiety of the manors of Caton and Presthoton.

Christiana remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William granted them to Christiana for her life, after her decease to remain to Thomas Haryngton, of Horneby, esquire, and to his heirs for ever. (fn. 5)

64 (m. 33). At Lancaster, on Monday in the third week of Lent, 22 Henry VI. [16th March, 1444].

Between William Fasacreley and Elizabeth, his wife, plaintiffs, and Hugh Huyton, parson of the church of Eccleston, deforciant of 3 messuages, 40 acres of land, and 2 acres of meadow in Longton, Hoton [Hutton], Preston in Amondernesse, and Assheton in Amondernesse.

Hugh acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Elizabeth, for which William and Elizabeth granted for themselves and Elizabeth's heirs that they would render 1d. of silver to Hugh and his heirs every year during the lives of the said William and Elizabeth, and after their decease 6 marks by the year. (fn. 6)

65 (m. 32). At Lancaster, on Monday in the third week of Lent, 22 Henry VI. [16th March, 1444].

Between Henry Gairstang, plaintiff, and Lawrence Staumford and Agnes, late the wife of Henry Staumford, deforciants of a messuage, 100 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 6 acres of wood, and 100 acres of turbary in Claghton.

Lawrence acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Henry, for which Henry granted them to the said Agnes for her life, rendering a rose by the year to Henry and his heirs; after the decease of Agnes the said tenements to remain to the said Lawrence and to the heirs males of his body, in default to revert to the said Henry and to his heirs for ever. (fn. 7)

66 (m. 31). At Lancaster, on Monday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 22 Henry VI. [17th August, 1444].

Between John Hope, of Hulme, and Thomas Okeden, son of Adam Okeden, plaintiff, and Ralph de Prestwiche, deforciant of 3 messuages, 90 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, and 6 acres of wood in Curmeshale [Crumpsall].

Ralph remitted all right to John and Thomas and to the heirs of Thomas, for which John and Thomas gave him 200 marks. (fn. 8)

67 (m. 30). At Lancaster, on Friday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 23 Henry VI. [20th August, 1445].

Between Iblon Langford and John Pever, chaplains, and Edward Grey, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, deforciants of the manor of Chorley.

Edward and Elizabeth acknowledged the said manor to be the right of John, for which Iblon and John granted it to Edward and Elizabeth, to have and to hold to the said Edward and Elizabeth and to the heirs begotten of their bodies, in default to remain to the heirs of the body of William de Ferrers, late Lord of Groby, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said William. (fn. 9)

68 (m. 29). At Lancaster, on Saturday in the second week of Lent, 24 Henry VI. [19th March, 1446].

Between Thomas Haryngton, of Horneby, knight, Richard Molyneux, knight, Richard Balderston, Henry Halsall, and John Elleswyk, parson of the church of Ribchestre, plaintiffs, and Isabella Shagh and Joan Shagh, daughters and heirs of John Shagh, deforciants of the manor of Elleston [Elston], and of 8 messuages, 85 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, and 5 acres of wood in Ribchestre, Halghton [Haighton, par. of Preston], and Preston, and of a moiety of one water-mill in Halghton.

Isabella and Joan remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Thomas, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks. (fn. 10)

69 (m. 28). At Lancaster, (fn. 11) on Tuesday in the third week of Lent, 24 Henry VI. [22nd March, 1446].

Between John Berwyk, of Berwyk, plaintiff, and Peter Berwyk, of Berwyk, and John Wasshyngton, deforciants of the manor of Berwyk [Borwick], and of 30 messuages, 600 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 400 acres of pasture, and 40 acres of wood in Berwyk.

John Berwyk acknowledged the said manor and tenements to be the right of Peter, for which Peter and John Wasshyngton granted them to John Berwyk for his life, after his decease to remain to Aluered Berwyk, son of William Berwyk, and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said John Berwyk. (fn. 12)

70 (m. 27). At Lancaster, on Wednesday in the second week of Lent, 24 Henry VI. [16th March, 1446].

Between Thomas Stanley, knight, Henry Kyghley, Henry Byrom, and Robert More, plaintiffs, and Geoffrey Rygby and Cecily, his wife, and John Fauroshawe, (fn. 13) deforciants of a messuage, 24 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 12 acres of pasture in Raynford.

The deforciants remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Thomas for ever, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks. (fn. 14)

71 (m. 26). At Lancaster, on Tuesday the morrow of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 24 Henry VI. [16th August, 1446].

Between Roger de Elleston, plaintiff, and William de Denby, otherwise called William Cardemaker, and Margaret, his wife, daughter of William Sopersone, deforciants of 2 messuages, 15 acres of land, and 2 acres of meadow in Frensshelee [French Lea] and Assheton, near "le Frensshelee."

William and Margaret remitted all right to Roger and his heirs, for which Roger gave them 100 marks. (fn. 15)

72 (m. 18). At Lancaster, on Saturday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 25 Henry VI. [19th August, 1447].

Between Roger Hilton and Roger Molyneux, plaintiffs, and Ralph Molyneux and Ellen, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, 41 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 16 acres of wood in Dokesbury [Duxbury], Chorley, and Coppull, and of a third part of 2 mills, 85 acres of land, and 5 acres of meadow in the said vills.

Ralph and Ellen remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Roger Molyneux, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks. (fn. 16)

73 (m. 19). At Lancaster, on Wednesday in the fourth week of Lent, 26 Henry VI. [6th March, 1448].

Between John Holcroft and John Birkehed, plaintiffs, and Oliver Barton and George Massy, deforciants of 6 messuages, 200 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood, and 100 acres of moss in Barton, Irwilham [Irlam], Rovyngton [Rivington], and Westley [Westleigh].

Oliver and George remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of John Holcroft, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks. (fn. 17)

74 (m. 8). At Lancaster, on Tuesday next after St. Lawrence the Martyr, 26 Henry VI. [13th August, 1448].

Between Edmund Sotheworth, vicar of the church of Bolton, and Richard Brame, chaplain, plaintiffs, and Oliver Sotheworth and Alice, his wife, deforciants of 8 messuages and a moiety of a messuage, 70 acres of land, and 8 acres of meadow in Lancastre, Assheton, Stoday, and Bolton [le Sands], and of a moiety of the fourth part of the manor of Oxclif.

Oliver and Alice remitted all right to Edmund and Richard and to the heirs of Richard, for which Edmund and Richard gave them 100 marks. (fn. 18)

75 (m. 9). At Lancaster, on Thursday in the first week of Lent, 27 Henry VI. [6th March, 1449].

Between Henry Byrom and Henry Shakkerley, chaplain, plaintiffs, and Richard Banastre and Amisia, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, 40 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, and 1 acre of wood in Lathum.

Richard and Amisia remitted all right to Henry and his heirs, for which Henry gave them 100 marks. (fn. 19)

76 (m. 20). At Lancaster, on Monday in the second week of Lent, 27 Henry VI. [10th March, 1449].

Between Geoffrey Osbaldeston, esquire, plaintiff, and Thomas Brethirton, of Mawdesley, yeoman, and Margaret, his wife, deforciants of a messuage and 16 acres of land in Osbaldeston.

Thomas and Margaret remitted all right to Geoffrey and his heirs, for which Geoffrey gave them 100 marks. (fn. 20)

77 (m. 10). At Lancaster, on Wednesday next after St. Lawrence, 27 Henry VI. [13th August, 1449].

Between Ralph Knoll, chaplain, Roger Roby, and Alan Tunstall, plaintiffs, and James Wilkynson, of Raynford, and Agnes, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, 36 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 2 acres of pasture, 2 acres of wood, 4 acres of moor, and 2 acres of moss in Raynford.

James and Agnes remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Ralph, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks. (fn. 21)

78 (m. 5). At Lancaster, on Wednesday next after St. Lawrence, 27 Henry VI. [13th August, 1449].

Between Hugh Hyton, clerk, Hugh Worthyngton, John Bradshagh, and Hugh Adlyngton, plaintiffs, and Richard Assheton and Margaret, his wife, deforciants of 31 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood, 13 acres of pasture, and a third part of 2 mills, in Chorley, Dokesbury [Duxbury], and Coppull.

Richard and Margaret granted the said tenements and third part to the plaintiffs for the lives of the said Richard and Margaret, after their decease to remain to William, their son, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Margaret, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks. (fn. 22)

79 (m. 1). At Lancaster, on Wednesday next after St. Lawrence, 27 Henry VI. [13th August, 1449].

Between Roger Oldum and Hugh Gartsyde, plaintiffs, and Richard Culchith and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Richard Moston, deforciants of 4 messuages, 90 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood, 200 acres of pasture, 100 acres of moss, and 4 acres of brush-wood {brusetum) in Newton, near Mamcestre, Pulton, and Wolston, near Weryngton.

Richard and Elizabeth acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Roger, for which Roger and Hugh granted them to Richard, to have and to hold to the said Richard for his life, after his decease to remain to the said Elizabeth for her life, after her decease to remain to Ralph Culchith, son of the said Richard, and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to Richard Culchith, brother of the said Ralph, and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain (fn. 23) to the heirs males of the body of the said Elizabeth begotten by the said Richard Culchith, father of the said Ralph, in default to remain to the heirs of the body of the said Elizabeth begotten by the said Richard, father of the said Ralph, in default to remain to Katherine Culchith, sister of the said Richard, brother of Ralph, and to the heirs of her body, in default to remain to Ellen Culchith, sister of the said Katherine, and to the heirs of her body, in default to remain to the heirs of the body of the said Ralph, in default to remain to the heirs of the body of the said Richard, brother of Ralph, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Elizabeth for ever. (fn. 24)

80. At Lancaster, on Wednesday next after St. Lawrence, 27 Henry VI. [13th August, 1449].

Between John Sergeant, plaintiff, and Richard Travers, deforciant of 3 burgages, 50 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 1 acre of wood in Neuton in Makerfeld.

Richard quitclaimed all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave him 100 marks of silver. (fn. 25)

81 (m. 2). (fn. 26) At Lancaster, on Friday in the second week of Lent, 28 Henry VI. [6th March, 1450].

Between John, Archbishop of Canterbury, William Bonevile, knight, Philip Courtenay, knight, Edward Hall, knight, Thomas Strikland, knight, Robert Danby, Sergeant-at-Law, William Stafford, esquire, John Hill, clerk, Peter Stukley, clerk, Thomas Esshedale, clerk, Nicholas Girlyngton, esquire, Ralph Hill, esquire, Robert Hill, esquire, Thomas Musgrave, esquire, and Roger Bethum, esquire, plaintiffs, and William Haryngton, of Gleston, knight, and Thomas Nicholl, parson of the church of Aldyngham, deforciants of the Castle of Gleston, the manors of Aldyngham and Thirnom, a moiety of the manor of Ulverston, and the advowson of the church of the manor of Aldyngham.

The deforciants remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Thomas Esshedale for ever, for which the plaintiffs gave them 1000 marks. (fn. 27)

82. [At Lancaster, on Friday in the second week of Lent, 28 Henry VI. (6th March, 1450).]

Between Ralph Assheton, esquire, Adam Tetlowe, and Richard Hilton, plaintiffs, and Geoffrey Assheton and Margaret, his wife, deforciants of 3 messuages, 60 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, and 2 acres of wood in Assheton under Lyme.

Geoffrey and Matilda quitclaimed all right to the plaintiffs and the heirs of Adam for ever, for which the plaintiffs gave them 100 marks of silver. (fn. 28)

83. At Lancaster on St. Lawrence, 28 Henry VI. [ August, 1450].

William Tarleton and Katherine, his wife, and others demand against Thomas Travers, Lawrence Travers, Richard Travers, brother of the said Lawrence, William Travers, and William Harebotell and Agnes, his wife, three parts of half the manor of Thorneton in Amondernesse.

William Tarleton and Katherine, his wife, Robert Adlyngton and Elizabeth, his wife, and Christopher Worthyngton and Joan, his wife, were seised of the said three parts in right of the said Katherine, Elizabeth, and Joan, and they recover their seisin of the same against Thomas Travers and the others. (fn. 29)

84 (m. 1). (fn. 30) At Lancaster, on Friday in the second week of Lent, 29 Henry VI. [26th March, 1451].

Between Robert Hulton, plaintiff, and Ralph Hulton, of Burnehull, and Katherine, his wife, deforciants of 3 messuages, 50 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood, 20 acres of moor, and 18d. of rent in Bolton on the Moors.

Robert acknowledged the said tenements and rent to be the right of Katherine, for which Ralph and Katherine granted them to Robert, to have and to hold to the said Robert and to the heirs of his body, rendering therefor to the said Ralph and Katherine and to the heirs of Katherine for the lives of the said Ralph and Katherine and of Alan, son of the said Katherine, 20s. by the year (with clause of distress); in default of an heir of the body of the said Robert the said tenements and rent to remain to Edward Hulton, brother of the said Robert, and to the heirs of his body, rendering, &c. (as before), in default to remain to Margery, Alice, and Cecilia, daughters of the said Katherine, and to the heirs of the said Margery, rendering, &c. (as before). (fn. 31)

85 (m. 11). (fn. 32) At Lancaster, on Monday next after St. Lawrence, 29 Henry VI. [16th August, 1451].

Between William Nevyll, clerk, and Oliver Blande, chaplain, plaintiffs, and Henry Plesyngton, knight, and Richard Bolton, late of Hedon in Holdernesse, co. York, deforciants of the manor of Ellale, in Ellale.

Henry and Richard remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of William, for which the plaintiffs gave them 1000 marks.

86. At Lancaster, on in the week of Lent, 30 Henry VI. [ March, 1452].

Isabel, who was the wife of Henry Hilton, demands against Peter, son of William Lumhalges, the third part of 5 messuages, 2 gardens, 24 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 100 acres of moor, 100 acres of moss in Barton.

Isabel recovers her seisin of the tenements against the said Peter. (fn. 33)

87 (m. 16). At Lancaster, on Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 35 Henry VI. [4th April, 1457].

Between Ralph Assheton, esquire, and Margery, his wife, plaintiffs, and Richard Barton, of Midelton, the elder, esquire, deforciant of 2 messuages, 76 acres of land, 19 acres of meadow, 90 acres of pasture, 30 acres of wood, and 100 acres of moor in Midelton [in Salford Hundred].

Roger acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Margery, for which Ralph and Margery granted them to Richard, to have and to hold to the said Richard for his life without impeachment of waste, after the decease of the said Richard to remain to Richard Barton, younger son of the said Richard, to have and to hold to the said Richard Barton, the younger, for his life, after his decease to remain to the right heirs of the said Richard Barton, the elder. (Covenant to warrant against William, Abbot of Whalley, and his successors.)

88 (m. 15). At Lancaster, on Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 35 Henry VI. [4th April, 1457].

Between Ralph Assheton, esquire, and Margery, his wife, plaintiffs, and Richard Barton, of Midelton, the elder, esquire, deforciant of 2 messuages, 58 acres of land, 28 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 1 acre of wood, and 100 acres of moor in Midelton [in Salford Hundred].

Richard acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Margery, for which Margery granted them to Richard, to have and to hold to the said Richard for his life without impeachment of waste, after his decease to remain to Thomas Barton, son of the said Richard, to have and to hold to the said Thomas for his life without impeachment of waste, after the decease of the said Thomas to remain to the right heirs of the said Richard for ever. (Covenant to warrant against William, Abbot of Whalley, and his successors.)

89 (m. 14). At Lancaster, on Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 35 Henry VI. [4th April, 1457].

Between Ralph Assheton, esquire, and Margery, his wife, plaintiffs, and Richard Barton, of Midelton, the elder, esquire, deforciant of 2 messuages, 34 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 70 acres of pasture, 16 acres of wood, and 100 acres of moor in Midelton [in Salford Hundred].

Richard acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Margery, for which Ralph and Margery granted them to Richard, to have and to hold to the said Richard for his life without impeachment of waste, after the decease of the said Richard the said tenements to remain to William Barton, son of the said Richard, to have and to hold to the said William for his life without impeachment of waste, after the decease of the said William to remain to the right heirs of the said Richard. (Covenant to warrant against William, Abbot of Whalley, and his successors.)

90 (m. 13). At Lancaster, on Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 35 Henry VI. [4th April, 1457].

Between Ralph Assheton, esquire, and Margery, his wife, plaintiffs, and Richard Barton, of Midelton, the elder, esquire, deforciant of 4 messuages, 55 acres of land, 24 acres of meadow, 68 acres of pasture, 5 acres of wood, and 100 acres of moor in Midelton [in Salford Hundred].

Richard acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Margery, for which Ralph and Margery granted them to Richard, to have and to hold to the said Richard for his life without impeachment of waste, after the decease of the said Richard the said tenements to remain to Ralph Barton, son of the said Richard, to have and to hold to the said Ralph for his life without impeachment of waste, after his decease to remain to the right heirs of the said Richard. (Covenant to warrant against William, Abbot of Whalley, and his successors.)

91 (m. 12). At Lancaster, on Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 35 Henry VI. [4th April, 1457].

Between Henry Birkeheued and Ranulph Bolde, plaintiffs, and Thomas Assheton and Joan, his wife, deforciants of 4 messuages, 41 acres of land, and 1 rood of meadow in Penketh.

Thomas and Joan acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Henry, for which Henry and Ranulph granted them to Thomas and Joan for their lives, after their decease to remain to Richard Assheton and Robert Assheton, sons of the said Thomas and Joan, for their lives, after their decease to remain to Thomas, son of Hamon Assheton, son of the said Thomas and Joan, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to Joan, daughter of the said Hamon, and to the heirs of her body, in default to remain to Agnes, daughter of the said Hamon, and to the heirs of her body, in default to remain to William Assheton, son of the said Thomas Assheton, father of the said Hamon, and (of) Joan, his wife, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to Richard Assheton, brother of the said William, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to George Assheton, brother of the said Richard, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to Robert Assheton, brother of the said George, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to Ellen, sister of the said Robert, and to the heirs of her body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Joan, wife of Thomas Assheton, father of the said Hamon, for ever.

92 (m. 17). At Lancaster, on Wednesday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 36 Henry VI. [16th August, 1458].

Between Thomas Nelson, plaintiff, and Robert Preston, of Droghda, in Ireland, deforciant of 7 messuages, 13 acres of land, and 2 acres of meadow in Longton and Preston in Amondernesse.

Robert remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave him 100 marks.

93 (m. 4). At Lancaster, on Wednesday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 36 Henry VI. [16th August, 1458].

Between Richard Banastre, plaintiff, and James Walton and Agnes, his wife, deforciants of 1 messuage, 80 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, and 8 acres of wood in Colne and Great Mersden.

James and Agnes acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Richard, and they granted for themselves and the heirs of James that 37 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow of the said tenements which Agnes, late the wife of James de Walton, the younger, held for term of life in Great Mersden on the day this concord was made, should remain to the said Richard and to his heirs after the decease of the said Agnes, for which Richard granted 1 messuage, 43 acres of land, 36 acres of meadow, and 8 acres of wood to the said James Walton, to have and to hold for the life of the said James without impeachment of waste of the said Richard and his heirs, rendering a rose by the year at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, after James Walton's decease the said tenements entirely to revert to Richard and his heirs.

94 (m. 25). At Lancaster, on Wednesday in the second week of Lent, 37 Henry VI. [21st February, 1459].

Between John Botiller, knight, Thomas Dutton, esquire, Nicholas Biron, esquire, and John Perte, chaplain, plaintiffs, and Isabella, late the wife of John Dacre, knight, deforciant of the manor of Laton, and of 24 messuages, 712 acres of land, 35 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood, and 1000 acres of turbary in Burton Wode.

Isabella remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of John Botiller, for which the plaintiffs gave her 100 marks.

Footnotes

1 A transcript of this fine in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, no. 59.
2 A transcript of this fine in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, no. 58.
3 A transcript of this fine, and writs of "precipe" in the same, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 51 to 53.
4 The writ of "precipe," dated 1st August, 21 Henry [VI., 1443], and "talis est concordia," are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 56–7. This fine was exemplified 18th March, 11 Henry VII. [1496]. Kuerden's MSS., College of Arms, ii, 188, 188b. See also Towneley's MSS., Chetham Library, C 8. 13, p. 837 (and 254).
5 The writ of "precipe," dated 1st August, 21 Henry [VI., 1443], and "talis est concordia," are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 54–5.
6 The writ of "precipe," dated 20th February, 22 Henry [VI., 1444], and transcript of this fine, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 50 and 49.
7 The transcript of this fine, and writs of "precipe" in the same, dated 24th February, 22 Henry [VI., 1444], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 46 to 48.
8 The transcript of this fine, and the writ of "precipe" in the same, dated 24th July, 22 Henry [VI., 1444], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 44–5.
9 The transcript of this fine, and writs of "precipe" in the same, dated 1st August, 23 Henry [VI., 1445], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 41 to 43.
10 The transcript of this fine, and writs of "precipe" in the same, dated 1st March, 24 Henry [VI., 1446], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 38 to 40.
11 Before William Ayscough, Peter Arden, and Richard Bold, justices. Vide Addit. MSS., no. 32, 104, deed no. 1112.
12 The transcript of this fine, and the writ of "precipe" in the same, dated 20th February, 24 Henry [VI., 1446], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 36-7. This fine was exemplified at the request of Alured Barwyk, 2nd April, 15 Henry VII. [1500]. Kuerden's MSS., College of Arms, ii, 188.
13 Alias Fouroakshagh.
14 The transcript of this fine, "concordia est talis," and the writ of "precipe" in the same, dated 20th February, 24 Henry [VI., 1446], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 33 to 35.
15 The transcript of this fine, and the writ of "precipe" in the same, dated 23rd July, 24 Henry [VI., 1446], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 31–2.
16 The transcript of this fine, and writ of "precipe" in the same, dated 1st August, 25 Henry [VI., 1447], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 29–30.
17 Writ of "precipe" in the above fine, dated 12th February, 26 Henry [VI., 1448], is in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, no. 28.
18 Writ of "precipe" in the above fine, dated 20th July, 26 Henry [VI., 1448], and "concordia est talis," are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 26–7.
19 Writ of "precipe," dated 16th February, 27 Henry [VI., 1449], and transcript of the above fine, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 24–5.
20 Writ of "precipe," dated 20th February, 27 Henry [VI., 1449], and transcript of the above fine, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 22–3.
21 Writ of "precipe," dated 20th July, 27 Henry [VI., 1449], and transcript of the above fine, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 14–15.
22 Writ of "precipe," dated 20th August, 27 Henry [VI., 1449], and transcript of the above fine, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 16–17.
23 The transcript of this fine continues from this point—"to Katherine Culchith, his sister," &c., as below, down to "heirs of the body of the said Richard, brother of Ralph," where it then recites the portion omitted and concludes as above.
24 Writ of "precipe," dated 20th July, 27 Henry [VI., 1449], and transcript of the above fine, are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 20–1.
25 Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, no. 19. The writ of "precipe" in the above, dated 20th July, 27 Henry [VI., 1449], is no. 18.
26 Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 7 (28–29 Henry VI.), consisting only of nos. 81 and 84.
27 A transcript of the above fine, and two writs of "precipe" in the same, dated 8th February, 28 Henry [VI., 1450], are in Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, nos. 9 to 11.
28 Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 8, no. 13, and writ of "precipe" in the same, dated 6th February, 28 Henry [VI., 1450], no. 12.
29 Palatinate of Lancaster, Plea Roll no. 16, m. 25d.
30 Palatinate of Lancaster, Fines, Bundle 7.
31 Writ of "precipe," dated 24th March, 29 Henry [VI., 1451], and a transcript of the above fine are in Bundle 8, nos. 7–8.
32 This and the remaining fines of this reign are from Bundle 6.
33 Palatinate of Lancaster, Plea Roll no. 18, m. 7d.