Deeds
A.301 - A.400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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33-47

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'Deeds: A.301 - A.400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 33-47. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64195 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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A.301 - A.400

[York.]A. 301. Release by John, son and heir of Bartholomew de Lepington, to Richard Skynner his brother, of his right to a toft with croft in Lepington, which the said Richard has by feoffment "of Alice del Park my mother." Witnesses:—Robert de Lepington, William de Housum, and others (named). Lepington, Friday next after St. Bartholomew, 10 Edward II.
[York.]A. 302. Grant by Alice, formerly wife of Bartholomew de Lepington, to her son Richard Skynner, of a toft with croft in Lepington which she had by gift from Stephen del Park, her brother. Witnesses as above [A. 300, 301]. Lepington, Friday next after St. Peter ad Vincula, 10 Edward II.
[Herts.]A. 303. Confirmation by Alice, late wife of Miles de Westmell, to John de Marines, of the grant made him by her late husband and herself. Witnesses:—Walter Hacun, Walter de Hertfort, Peter Boissel, and others (named). St. Martin's day, 46 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 304. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Ralph the Clerk of Weatmeln, to John de Marines, at a yearly rent of 4s. 7d., of the land in Westmeln he had by grant of William, son of William son of Benedict, which the said William held of the tenement of John Troteman; and the land and whatever else the same John had, at the time he held of Hugh de Marines, belonging to the said tenement. Witnesses:—Walter Hakun, Nicholas Tayllard, Miles de Standon, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 305. Release by Richard de Stubbes, son and heir of Alexander de Stubbes, to Sir John, Earl of Warenne, of the homage and service of Robert Curton, by reason of the land he sold to the said Robert in Warneswurthe, with licence of the said Earl; and attornment for the same Robert to do homage and suit of court [to the Earl in his stead] for the said land. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Horebiri, William de London, William, son of William de Stanton, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 306. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Ralph the Clerk of Westmeln, to John de Marines, of one half of all his land in the field of Rowenhofeld, in Westmeln, which he had by gift of William, son of William son of Benedict, the messuage of Michael de Aqua, and the tenement of Richard Wolwuh. The parcels of land are accurately described, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, and many others are mentioned as holding land adjacent. Witnesses:—Walter Hakun, Nicholas Tayllard, Miles de Standone, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 307. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Ralph the Clerk of Westmelne, to John de Marines, of land in Westmelne, abutting on 'Brademed,' and a pasture 'super (Purtcwellehul.' Witnesses:—Walter Hacun, Gilbert Hacun, Henry le Chevaler, Miles de Standune, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 308. Grant by Robert son of Pain, formerly "Marrarius," of Torn, to Ranulf, chaplain of Torn, of the messuage that was his father's in Torn, 20 acres of land in the fields of Fisclache with appurtenances in the place called 'Spinete,' and 3 acres in the fields of Torn; to be held of the Templars of Jerusalem, paying them 3s. 8d. yearly. For this grant Ranulf the priest (Sacerdos) has paid 9 marcs. Witnesses:—Adam de Novo Mercato, Thomas de Bosevill, Adam and Richard, chaplains of Hacck[un], Richard the Clerk of Stainford, Roger de Londoniis, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 309. Grant by Roger, son of Henry de Salicis, to Odo the Merchant (Mercatori) of Scotton, of all land in Scot' (Scotton), he held of Fulk son of Camel, of Scotton, and a toft he held of Robert de la Place, of Scotton. Witnesses:—Sir Philip de Neville, Sir John de Saunton, Martin Merchant, of Scotton, Sir John, then chaplain of Scotton, Robert Fauvel, Richard de la Place, of Scotton, Martin de la Place, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 310. Indenture witnessing that whereas William de Nessefeld, of Scotton, and Ismania his wife, have by their grant indented enfeoffed Richard Ernys, chaplain, and John Warde, of Farnham, for ever of their manors of Scotton and Brerton, with their appurtenances in Scotton, Brerton, Thorp juxta Scotton, Knaresburgh, Ripplay, Mynskipp, Lynton, Whitewell, Hewik juxta Ripon, Maunby, Thornhor, Munkton juxta Ripon, Kirkeby super Wisk, Burton St. Leonards, and Katelmer at a yearly rent of 200 marcs, and all their estate in the grange of Ramesgill, and the lead mine of Niderdale: the aforesaid Richard and John have nevertheless demised the above premises to the aforesaid William and Ismania for three years from the present date at a yearly rent of one pepper-corn, provided that the aforesaid rent of 200 marcs cease for the said three years. Scotton, Friday before Michaelmas, 36 Edward III.
[York.]A. 311. Grant by William de Nessefeld, of Scotton, and Ismania his wife, to Sir Robert Fossard, parson of the church of Coppegrave, Richard Ernys, John Cort, John Fox, chaplains, William Gascoigne, Thomas de Brocby, and John Warde, of Farnham, of their manors of Scotton and Brerton with appurtenances as above [A. 310] for ever, at an annual rent of 200 marcs. Scotton, Sunday next before Michaelmas, 35 Edward III.
[York.]A. 312. Release by Robert Fossard, parson of the church of Coppegrave, John Cort, chaplain, John Fox, chaplain, William Gascoigne, of Harewood, and Thomas de Bretteby to Richard Ernys, chaplain, and John Warde, of Farnham, of all their right in the manors of Scotton and Brerton and their appurtenances as above [A. 310], which they had conjointly with the said Richard and John by feoffment of William de Nessefeld, of Scotton, and Ismania his wife [see A. 311]. Scotton, Friday next before Michaelmas, 36 Edward III. Two seals and two fragments.
[York.]A. 313. Release by Ralph le Bygot to John, Earl of Warenne, of his messuage, lands, and other possessions in Thorne, and in Balne in the parish of Fislake. Witnesses:—Sirs Henry Tregor, Gerard de Hedone, John de Percy, William Graundyn, Richard de la Vache, John de Haversham, knights, Thomas Cok, and William de Redmede. Portion of seals.
[York.]A. 314. Grant by John, son of Ralph le Bygot, to John, Earl of Warenne, of the same premises as above [A. 313]. Witnesses as above. Seal.
[York.]A. 315. Grant by Matilda Bigot, Countess of Norfolk and Warenne, to Richard de Ottele, her chaplain, of the tenement with its appurtenances which she bought of Ranulf the Chaplain of Torn, in Torn and Fislac, to be held of her and her heirs, paying therefor yearly 3s. 8d. to the Knights Templars at Hurst. For this grant the said Richard has paid 15 marcs. Witnesses:—Sir Adam de Neyreford, Sir John Lemveyse, Sir Roger de Lund[on], Master Richard de Freyssinfeld, Alexander de Stubbes, Thomas de Steynford, and Thomas de Mortemer, of Aitfeld. Fragment of seal.
[York.]A. 316. Grant by Ranulf the Chaplain of Torn, to Matilda Bigot, Countess of Norfolk and Warenne, of his tenement and appurtenances in Torn and Fislake, paying therefor yearly 3s. 8d. "Fratribus Milieie Templi Salomonis," at Hirst. For this grant the aforesaid Matilda has paid 20 marcs. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Lund[on], Sir John Lenveyse, Richard de Castro, and others (named).
[York.]A. 317. Grant by John de Thornhull to William, Earl of Warenne, and his heirs, of all beasts and birds taken on all his land in Sourebiresire, to be kept (custodiendas) by the Earl's foresters, provided the latter do no injury to the said John nor exact food or hospitality from his men; and the Earl grants to John and his heirs for ever to do what they like in all his lands and woods in Sourebisire, and to take freely every year five fat stags and five hinds in season (in ferinisione) within his own fee in Sourebisire, by view of the Earl's foresters. Moreover, if John's dogs in hunting wild beasts shall pass the bounds, the said John and his heirs shall stop at the bounds and recall their dogs. Witnesses:—Sir Richard, then abbot of Rupe, Sir Walter, then abbot of Sallay, John de Stutevill, and others (named). [A.D. 1238–1254.] Seal, defaced.
[York.]A. 318. Release by Ralph de Horebiri and Thomas de Horebiri to W., Earl of Warren, of all chases they claimed in Sorbesire of all wild beasts; and demise of all eyries of birds settling anywhere in their woods. For which the Earl grants them three acres of newly assarted land in Saltunestal, and to do with their lands and woods in Sorbesire in all things as their predecessors were wont to do. They also quitclaim to the Earl their claim against him for herbage iu his woods of Wakefeud (Wakefield), for which quitclaim the Earl grants them herbage for their cattle, except pigs, in the wood of Wakefeud, from the vill of Horebiri to the highway. All wood and fishing remain to the Earl; and if he or his heirs shall wish to assart, grant, or settle the said woods, they shall do so, giving to Ralph and Thomas in exchange herbage for their cattle in a suitable place. Two seals.
[York.]A. 319. Letters of attorney of Adam de Nessefeld and Robert de Wyclif, clerks, authorising William de Spaigne and John de Shirburn, clerk, to deliver seisin to William de Nessefeld and Christiana his wife, of their manors of Scotton, Brereton, Thorp juxta Scotton, and all their lands, &c., in York, Burton Leonard, Scotton Stanelay, Brereton, Mynskipp, Thorp juxta Scotton, Erkenden, Knaresburgh, Eskilby, Maunby, Kirkby super Wysk, Stockeld, Hoton, Wandeslay, and the fourth part of Kirkestaynelay manor. York, Sunday next after Michaelmas, 44 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[York.]A. 320. Grant by William the Smith (Faber), of Lepington, to Master Simon de Bekyngham, chancellor of the church of St. Peter at York, and Sir John de Cotyngham, rector of the church of Brunnun, Robert de Neuton, Thomas Osgodby, and Martin de Cokermouth, of a toft in Lepington, paying a rose yearly if asked. Lepington, Friday, 15 July, 1362. Seal.
[York.]A. 321. Thomas de Ros, lord of Hamelak, directs his stewards and bailiffs not to distrain upon the fees of Thomas Ughtred, knt., in the manor of Lepington and lands in Acclom, Barthorp and Levenyng, by reason of the service due to him from such lands, from the present date till the end of two years from Whitsunday next. "At our manor of Tournamhall," 22 February, 3 Richard II.
[York.]A. 322. Grant by Richard de Husom, of Lepington, son of William Burdet, to Sir John de Meaux, of Bewyk in Holdernees, knt., of all the land William Burdet his father had by grant of Sir Peter de Roos, knt., in Lepington. 13 May, 1373. Fragment of seal.
[York.]A. 323. Release by William de Capetofth to Sir John de Melsa of a pasture "cum co-hoperto," called 'le Wude,' in Lepington. Witnesses:— Sirs Richard Trussebut, William de Bozale, Thomas de Chauncy, Robert de Fritheby, knts., Richard de Bernevill, Roscelin de Scrahingham, and others (named).
[York.]A. 324. Assignment by John Frauncays, of Lepington, to Emma, lale wife of John Breton, of Lepington, by reason of dower, of a third part of a bovate, and a third part of a third part of a bovate of land in Lepington, which he had by grant of the said John her late husband. 12 May, 20 Edward III. Seal.
[York.]A. 325. Demise by Sir John de Melsa to William, son of Reginald de Captoft, for his life, of a bovate and "divisa" of land in Lepington, without power of alienation, at a yearly rent of 5s., the said William each year fitly to cultivate a quarter of an acre from which the ferm may be levied, or, if not, or he break this agreement in any other way, Sir John may resume possession of the said tenement. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Fritheby, knt., Roger Trnssebut, Richard de Bernvile, and others (named).
[York.]A. 326. Grant by John de Melsa, knt., that whereas Godfrey his son is bound to him in 20 marcs of annual rent for lands held of his father in Lepyngton, if the said Godfrey for him or his debts is distrained by the King or his ministers, whereby he is compelled to the payment of any sum, the 20 marcs shall be returned in full to the said Godfrey. York, Friday next after the Invention of Holy Cross, 26 Edward [I.].
[York.]A. 327. Grant by Robert de Rouceby to Sir Godefray de Meals, of the fifth part of two solidates (sodees) of rent he has received from a toft and arable land that John del Parck, of Lepington, holds in Lepington, which rent came to him by inheritance of Emma his late mother after the death of Sir Geffray Aguillonn. Witnesses:—Rauf de Barckethorpe, Clement del Grene, of Seterington, and others (named). French.
[York.]A. 328. Release by Letia, late wife of William Fraunceys, of Lepington, to Scolastica, late wife of Godfrey de Melsa, of two bovates of land in Lepington, which she granted to Sir John de Melsa, knt., and which she had by grant of William de Capetoft, her father. Witnesses:—William de Chauncy, John de Bernevill, and others (named). Lepington, Tuesday next before the Annunciation, 1317[–18], 11 Edward II.
[York.]A. 329. Release by John de Parco to Godfrey de Melsa, son of Sir John de Melsa, of a bovate of land in Lepington that the same Godfrey had by grant of Alice his mother [see A. 330]. Witnesses:—Sirs Gilbert de Bridesale, Thomas de Chauncy, Peter du Lund, knts., and others (named). Lepington, Thursday next after St. Oswald the King, 28 Edward I.
[York.]A. 330. Grant by Alice de Parco, late wife of Bartholomew de Galeway, to Godfrey de Melsa, son of Sir Godfrey de Melsa, of a bovate of land in Lepington, which she had by grant of Stephen de Parco her brother. Witnesses:—Sirs Gilbert de Bridesale, Thomas de Chauncy, Peter du Lund, knts., and others (named). Lepington, Sunday next after St. Oswald the King, 28 Edward I.
[York.]A. 331. Grant by Alice, formerly wife of Bartholomew de Lepington, to John, her eldest son, of half a bovate of land in Lepington, which she had by grant from her brother Stephen, on her marriage. Witnesses:— Geoffrey Stoulle, Ralph de Vernon, of Brigthorp, William de Thoraldby, Roger Bacil, of Schirpenbek, and others (named). Lepington, Tuesday next after St. Dunstan, 26 Edward I.
[York.]A. 332. Release by William, son of William de Capetoft, to Lecia his sister, of two bovates of land in Lepington, which he formerly granted to Sir John de Melsa. Witnesses:—Thomas de Chauncy, Thomas Burdon, Roger Grymet, Ralph de Vernon, and others (named).
[York.]A. 333. Release by Reginald de Capetoft to Godfrey de Melsa of half a carucate of land, the pasture called 'the Wood,' and three tofts with crofts in Lepinton, except a "cultura" called 'Estflat,' and the meadow called 'Gayres.' Witnesses:—Sir Richard Trussebut, Sir Gilbert de Briddeshale, and others (named).
[York.]A. 334. Release by Antony de Spanby to Sir Thomas Ughtred, knt., of the manor of Lepyngton, and all lands, &c., formerly belonging to Sir John de Meaux, chivaler, son and heir of Sir Godfrey de Meaux, chivaler, deceased, in Gouthorp, Barthorp, Levenyng, Akclom, Fankefosse, York, Sutton-in-Holderness, Dryphull, Stanfery, and Lopholm. Witnesses:— Peter sixth lord of Maulay, Sir Ralph de Hastyngs, John Bygod, John Conestable, of Halsham, John de Hothom, knts., Thomas de Maulay, and others (named). Lepyngton, Palm Sunday, 2 Richard II.
Endorsed: "Irrotulatur in Banco rotulo primo de cartis et proteccionibus de termino Pasche anno regnorum Regis Ricardi Anglie et Francie secundo;" and, "Kepe well this release."
[York.]A. 335. Grant by Walter de Brambre, of Scrayngham, to Simon the Smith (Faber), of Lepyngton, and Alice his wife, of 5 selions of land in Lepyngton, containing one acre and one rood, lying between land belonging to Scrayngham church and the lady of Lepyngton, and abutting on Wynestowsik; paying a rose yearly in time of roses, if asked. Lepyngton, Monday next before Whitsunday, 1331.
[York.]A. 336. Deed of release by William de Captoft, of Lepington, to Sir John de Melsa, of a place in the middle of the pasture of Lepington, called 'le Wode,' extending from Sir John's manor to Wodckeldsik, and from Legenink to the north angle of the said manor, which is called 'le Park,' saving what is herein excepted; and all lopping of twigs of thorn or other trees growing in all the pasture called 'le Wode,' as well without as within the enclosure. Witnesses:—Sir Richard Trussebut, Sir Robert de Fritheby, Richard de Bernevile, of Legening, and others (named).
[York.]A. 337. Release by Lecia, daughter of William de Captoft, widow, to Godfrey, son of Sir John de Melsa, of the two bovates of land in Lepington she had by gift of William de Captoft her father, and which Sir John held of her gift. Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas de Chauncy, Robert de Bolton, Thomas Burdon, knts., Bryan Burdon, Geoffrey Stulle, of Setrington, and others (named). Lepington, 6 August, 1305, 33 Edward I.
[York.]A. 338. Grant by Robert, son of John Bretoun, of Lepington, to Scolastica, late wife of Godfrey de Melsa, of a messuage and two bovates of land in Lepington, situated as described. Witnesses:—William de Chauncy, John de Altrive, and others (named). Lepington, Wednesday next before the Apostles Symon and Jude, 1328.
[York.]A. 339. Grant by [Ada]m de Reinevill to Matilda Bigote, Countess of Warenne, of the homage and service of Agnes, daughter of Jordan de la Felde (i.e., 5 solidates of rent per annum), Richard son of Elyas, Humfrey, son of Robert Palmer, William, son of Robert Palmer (i.e., 2 solidates of rent and two sticks of eels per annum), William de Marisco and Constance de Reinevill, for tenements they held of him in Bramwich and Brainthund[des], the services (which are all expressed in solidates and denariates) being due at Whitsunday and the feast of St. Martin, and the eels at Mid-Lent; also all his water called 'Brainthunddesmere' and the right of fishing therein, and all right he has in the water of Don; paying yearly a pair of gloves or 1d. at Easter, and saving to him and his heirs the scutage of the said tenements when it falls due. For this grant the Countess has paid 100s. Witnesses:—Adam de Newmarket, Richard Foliot, Thomas de Polington, William de Mortimer, Adam de Neireford, and others (named). Portion of equestrian seal.
[York.]A. 340. Grant by Robert Brito, of Deneby, son of Mathew Brito, of Dene'by, with consent of Avitia, his mother, his brother William, and the rest of his brothers, to the monastery of St. Pancras of Lewes, of land in the fields of Cunnigisburg, called 'Ravennis cros wang.' This charter the said Avitia witnesses and seals. Witnesses:—Richard the Chaplain, of Cunigisburgh, Henry Pichot, William de Stain villa, Reginald de Bosco, Adam del Mareis, Walter de Sancta Margareta, and others (named).
[York.]A. 341. Grant by Alan son of Turfin to Roger de Ardena, with his daughter, of three carucates of land in Burton, of the fee of Roger de Molbr', and 28 acres therein of the fee of our lord the King (whereof 20 acres are in Holmis, seven in Scatoreberga, and one "sub domo Hethne"), two acres of meadow called 'Scletengra,' and a bovate of land in Blant, in free marriage. Roger has given to Ralph, son of the aforesaid Alan, for his consent, a gold ring. At the Exchequer, London, before Sir Richard de Luci and Richard archdeacon of Poitou, Guy dean of Waltham, Reginald de Warenne, Oger Senescal, and others (named).
[York.]A. 342. Demise by John, son of Henry son of Alexander de Laysingby, to Geoffrey the Scot (Scoticum), of Wyteby, of an annual rent of eight marcs in Uplithum, Lackenby, and Laysingby, viz., from his brother Alan, 40s. for land in Lackenby, 40s. from his brother Hugh for land in Uplithum, and two marcs from the same John de Laysingby for land in the same place, —for 11 years and until the said Geoffrey shall have been 11 times satisfied for the said eight marcs; the first payment to be at the feast of St. Martin, 1280. Witnesses:—Sir William de Rosels, Robert de Scutherscelf, Robert de Colleby, Richard de Clyf, clerk, and ethers (named).
[York.]A. 343. Grant by Thomas de Bordesdene, son of John de Bordesdene, to Walter Luvel, son of Henry Luvel, for his homage and service, of the dwelling-house the said Henry held of the said John, with land in the vill of Bordesdene and parish of Braching, at a yearly rent of 18d., the said Walter to find the said Thomas three reapers in August (the latter providing them meat and drink thrice a day), when he shall wish to cut his crops. For this grant Walter has paid 20s., and provided Thomas and his wife Agnes with fair shoes of cordovan leather (de corduavan). Witnesses:—Geoffrey Dean, Richard son of Thebald, Robert Luvel, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Linc.]A. 344. Grant by Thomas Blyssott, of Morton, and Matilda his wife to John Hamson, of Lee, the elder, of the lands and tenements he had by feoffment of William Fox, rector of the church of Lee, in Knayth. Witnesses:—John Denay, of Knayth, and others (named). Knayth, Sunday after St. Mark the Evangelist, 40 Edward III. Fragments of two seals.
[York.]A. 345. Release by Mary, daughter of Roger de Marley, to lady Isabel, late wife of Roger de Marley, her father, of the messuage in Farlingetone, which she sought in the King's Court as her right and inheritance against the same Isabel. Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas de Gemith, John le Faukenir, William le Faukenir, his brother, Geoffrey de Belmont, and others (named).
[York.]A. 346. Grant by Geoffrey le Scot, son and heir of Roger le Scot, of Lokynton, to John le Scot his grandson, of the same, of a messuage with curtilage he inherited from his mother, a close called 'la Clyve,' the rent and reversion of a cottage with curtilage held by Edith his sister and Adam his brother for life, pasture for one beast over the Donne, and 6½ acres and a rood of land in Lokynton. The land is accurately described, and many names of persons and places occur. Witnesses:—Osbert Rufyn, John Rufyn, Symon Elys, Roger de Pedeworth, and Adam Clerk.
[Linc.]A. 347. Grant by Thomas Pasmer, of Lee, to William Fox, rector of Lee, of land in Knayth and Knayth marsh, paying a pound of pepper yearly. Witnesses:—John and Robert de Trehampton, Adam de Swyneford, of Lee, and others (named). Knayth, Friday next before Holy Trinity, 24 Edward III.
[York.]A. 348. Release by Eva, formerly wife of Nicholas de Seton, to John de Warrenne, of all lands and tenements in Horbiry that belonged to Henry Cheward. Witnesses:—Thomas de Whyteley, and others, (named). Wakefeud, 20 October, 32 Edward [I.].
[York.]A. 349. Release by John, son of Roger Cok, to Sir John, Earl Warenne, of all lands and tenements descended to him from Thomas Cok his uncle, and Robert Cok his brother, in Steynford, Fithlake, and Conesburgh. Witnesses:—Sir Gerard de Hedone, Sir Francon le Tilis, Sir Robert de Balliol, Sir Anselm de Gyse, Peter de Lound', Robert le Breton, John Petipas, and others (named). Heitfeud (Hatfield ?), Monday next after the Octaves of All Saints, 22 Edward I. Seal.
[York.]A. 350. Release and surrender by Thomas and Esmon, sons of William de la Pole, the elder, to Edward King of England and France, of the manor of Kayngham, in Holderness, which they had by gift of the same King. "Weymouster," 20 October, the year of the reigu of the said King [Edward III.] over England 28th, and over France 15th. Two seals of arms. French.
Endorsed: "Reddicio facta Regi per Thomam et Edmundum filios Wilhelmi de la Pole de jure suo in manerio de Kayngham." "Irrotulatnr dorso Clausi Cancellarie Regis infrascripti mense Marcii anno regni ejusdem Regis Anglie vicesimo nono; et in rubeo libro de Scaccario, folio cccxix°."
[York.]A. 351. Release by Henry, Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, to John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, of the castles of Conyngesbourgh and Saudale and their appurtenances, the manors and vills of Wakefeld, Horbury, Halifax, Hiperoun, Sourby, Holmfrithes, Haytfeld, Thorn, Fisshlak, Staynthorp, and Donsthorp, with all lands, advowsons of churches, abbeys, priories, hospitals and other their appurtenances, which Thomas, late Earl of Lancaster, his brother, had by grant of the said Earl of Surrey. York, 2 March, 2 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[York.]A. 352. Release by Robert, son of Saher de Fancote, to "Walter de Stok, rector of the church of Grendon, for the sum of 40s., of a messuage in Fancote (Fencotes, co. York), with the homage and services thereof; paying therefor yearly 8s. to the brethren of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem at Hogessawe. Witnesses:—Sirs Roger Damary, Ralf de Cestertonea, Peter Carbonel, knts., Ralph Daundeli, Guy de Tursmerea, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 353. Grant by Robert, son of Siger de Fencote, to Walter de Stoke, deacon, of 40½ acres of land in Stoke and Fencote, and meadow in Stanling and 'la Westmore.' The position of every piece of land is most accurately defined, and very many local names occur, e.g., half an acre at 'the dedemanne,' half an acre at Heldefelde Cross, &c. Witnesses:—Giles de Insula, Otuel Purcel, Ralph Daundeli, Wido de Tursmere, William abbot of Fencote, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 354. Grant by King John to William, Earl of Warenne, of a fair at Wakefield, yearly, for three days, the vigil, feast, and the morrow of All Saints. Witnesses:—W. bishop of Lincoln, G. bishop of Hereford, G. fitz Peter, Earl of Essex, R. Earl of Leicester, R. Earl of Chester, Earl W. Marshal, W. Earl of Salisbury, W. Earl of Warwick, H. Earl of Hereford, William de Brausa. By the hand of the provost of Beverley and archdeacon of Wells, at Brug', 15 March, 5 John. Fragment of Great Seal.
York. Notts.A. 355. Indenture between Edward, King of England and France, and William de la Pole, the elder, knt. Whereas the latter has granted the King two annual rents of 1,000 marcs, for term of the life of Katherine his wife, and 200l. in fee simple, on all his possessions in co. York and elsewhere, the King agrees that if Katherine die in the said William's lifetime, or survive him, and after his decease make a release to the King of her dower in the manor of Brustwyk in Holderness, and the manors and vills of Cleton, Little Humbre, Burton, Pidse,Outhorn, Wythornse, Sheftelyng, Kilnese, Esyngton, Preston, Bondebrustwyk, Ravensere, Hedon, Barowe, Paghelflete, Sprotleye, Lelle, Dyke, Elstanwyk, with the wapentak of Holderness and a farm culled the Serjeanty of the Crown, and demesne lands of Brustwyk manor in Skeklyng, Lelle, Dyk, Elstanwyk, and other places named in co. York, and in the manors of Gryngelye and Wheteleye, co. Notts, and of an annual rent of 260 marcs, which the said William receives from the custom on wools, skins, and wool-fells, at the port of Kingston-on-Hull, and all other possessions which William had by grant from the King, and has surrendered to the King: then the said writing for 1,000 marcs shall be null and void, and the lands of the said William discharged therefrom. If Katherine survive William, and recover her said dower, the said annuity of 1,000 marcs shall be levied on the lands of said William till her death. Also if Esmon de la Pole, son of the said William, die before he is of age, without making suit to the King for recovery of Kayngham manor, which he and his brother Thomas had by grant from the King, and have surrendered to the King for ever, or within three years from coming of age make release to the King of the said manor, the writing of 200l. shall be void and the lands of the said William discharged therefrom. Other covenants follow. The said William also promises that Katherine and Esmon shall come before the King's Council and take oath to perform the premises. "Weymouster," 4 March, 29 Edward I. French.
Endorsed: "Irrotulatur dorso Clausi Cancellarie Regis infrascripti, mense Marcii anno infrascripto, et in rubeo libro de Scaccario fol. cccxviii.o"
Fragment of seal.
[York.]A. 356. Release by Robert de Hanlay, knt., John de Akum, clerk, Henry de Hull, vicar of Killyngwyk, William de Clifton, William de Weston, chaplains, William Henrison and Richard Lund, to John de Boynton, chaplain, and William Brews, of Lepyngton manor and of lands in Barthorp, Levenyng, Acklom, Fangfosse, and Gowthorp. Witnesses:— Peter, sixth Lord of Maulay, Sir Ralph de Hastynges, John Bygod, John Conestable, of Halsham, John de Hotham, knt., and others (named). Lepyngton, Saturday in the second week of Lent, 2 Richard II. Seal and fragment.
[York.]A. 357. Grant by John de Boynton, chaplain, and William Brews, to Sir Thomas Ughtred, knt., of Lepyngton manor, and their lands in Barthorp, Levenyng, and Acklom. Witnesses as above, A. 356. Lepington, Monday in the third week of Lent, 2 Richard II. Two seals.
[York.]A. 358. Release by Antony de Spangeby to Robert de Hanlay, knt., John de Akom, clerk, Henry de Hull, vicar of Killyngwyk, John de Boynton, William de Clifton, William de Weston, chaplains, William Henrison, William Brews, and Richard Lounde, of Lepyngton manor and lands in Barthorp, Levenyng, Akclum, Fangefosse, and Gowethorp, all of which formerly belonged to John de Meaux, knt., son and heir of Godfrey de Meaux. Witnesses as above, A. 356, 357. Lepyngton, Thursday next before St. Gregory the Pope, 2 Richard II.
[York.]A. 359. Release by Thomas de Meaux, knt., to Sir Thomas Ughtred, knt., of the manor of Lepyngton, and all lands and other possessions formerly belonging to Sir John de Meaux, knt., son and heir of Sir Godfrey de Meaux, knt., deceased, in Gouthorp, Barthorp, Levenyng, Akclom, Fankefosse, York, Migeleye, Suttou-in-Holderness, Dripehull, Stanfery', and Lopholme. Witnesses as above, A. 358. Lepyngton, Tuesday in the second week of Lent, 2 Richard II. Portion of seal of arms.
[York.]A. 360. Duplicate of A. 358. Seal.
[York.]A. 361. Grant by Robert, son of John de Levenyng, living in Acclum, to John de Meaux, of Bewik in Holderness, knt., of land called 'Acclum Akerslede,' reaching from Sir John's wood, in Lepyngton, to 'le Morebek,' and from the "flattum" he has of Robert Croke to Morebekwath. Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph de Hastynges, Walter de Heslerton, Simon de Heslerton, John Bygod, knts., and others (named). Lepyngton, Sunday next after Corpus Christi, 1365. Seal.
[York.]A. 362. Demise by Sir John de Melsa, lord of Lepyngton, to Beatrice his sister, of land in Lepington (for the sum of 6l., in which Sir John is bound to her by the will of lady Isabel, their mother), for a term of six years, or until she has received six complete harvests, of which she shall have the first in the year 22 Edward [I.]. Monday, the feast of St. Laurence, 21 Edward [I.]. Seal.
[York.]A. 363. Release by Aubreda, daughter of William de Capetoft, to lady Isabel de Acun, formerly wife of Sir Godfrey de Melsa, knt., of a toft and croft in Lepington given her by William de Capetoft her father, for a sum of money given her by the same Isabel in her necessity. Witnesses:—German Hay, Walter de Barthethorp, William de Lepington, chaplain, and others (named).
[York.]A. 364. Grant by Robert de la More, of Wart[re], chaplain, to Sir John de Meaux, knt., of a messuage in Lepington, herein accurately described. Lepington, Tuesday next before Michaelmas, 1365. Seal.
[York.]A. 365. Grant by Thomas Ughtred, knt., to Sir Robert Hanlay, knt., Sir John de Akom, clerk, Henry de Hull, clerk, John de Boynton, William de Clyfton, William de Weston, chaplains, William Henrison, William de Brews, and Richard de Lund, of his manor of Lepyngton and lands in Barthorp, Levenyng, Acclom, and Gouthorp. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Percy, Earl of Northumberland, Peter sixth Lord of Maulay, and others (named). Lepyngton, Friday next after St. Martin in Yeme, 2 Richard II.
[York.]A. 366. Grant by Henry le Sporier, son of Nicholas de St. Leonard, of York, to Sir John de Meaux, lord of Bewyk in Holderness, knt., of lands and tenements in Lepyngton, formerly John Breton's, of Lepyngton. Wednesday next after the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 1363, 37 Edward III. Seal.
[York.]A. 367. Agreement between Lecia, daughter of William de Capetoft, and Sir John de Melsa. Sir John having granted her for life land in Lepington, and ploughing and seed of wheat and oats sufficient to sow it, and quitclaimed the suit of court for the two bovates she holds of him in Lepington, for the two bovates wherewith she has enfeoffed Sir John by charter; the said Lecia agrees that if Sir John by plea or default of warranty lose the said bovates, he may enter upon and hold the said land for, ever without contradiction on her part. Witnesses:—Thomas de Chauncy, Thomas Burdon, Roger Grymet, knts., and others (named). York, Monday next after Mid Lent, 20 Edward [I.]. Seal and fragment.
[York.]A. 368. Release by Joan, relict of William de Capetoft, who lived in Lepyngton, to Sir John de Melsa, of all lands in Lepyington, to which she has right by way of dower or otherwise. Witnesses:—Ralph de Vernon, Nicholas de Hoton, living in Barkethorp, William de Housum, living in Lepyngton, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]A. 369. Release by William de Capthofft to Sir John de Melsa of a toft and croft called 'Cudbert Croft,' in Lepyngton. Witnesses:—Sir Richard Trusbud, knt., Richard de Bernewille, of Leging', Richard Walays, of Aclom, and others (named).
[York.]A. 370. Counterpart of A. 362. Seal.
[York.]A. 371. Grant by John, son of William de Lepington, of Wartre, to Simon the Smith (Fabro), of Lepington, and Alice his wife, of a toft in Lepington. Witnesses:—Roger Trussebut and John Bernevile, of Lething, William Croke, of Acclom, and others (named).'
[York.]A. 372. Deed of sale by Sir Thomas Ughtred, knt., to Hugh Gardyner, citizen of York, of all wood and underwood growing in the north part of Lepyngton Wood, within the limits herein specified (except an oak called 'le Brade Ake'), together with eight ash-trees, the best he can find in the lordship of Lepyngton, with right of cutting such wood for two years from Michaelmas, 1895, provided it be completely removed from the soil where it grew before Michaelmas next; the said Hugh to have sufficient room in 'le Cotegarth' to store his cut wood for a year from Michaelmas next, to carry it thence, with free entry and egress whensoever he pleases. York, Thursday next after Michaelmas, the year abovesaid, 19 Eichard II. Seal, French.
[York.]A. 373. Release by William, son of William de Capetoft, to John de Melsa, of a messuage, 10 bovates, an acre called 'le Croft,' a "placea" of meadow called 'le Gayris,' and common of pasture called 'le Boys,' in Lepington, and of the homage and service of John le Breton for a messuage and land in the same place, which William his father granted the said John. Witnesses:—Thomas de Chauncy, Roger Grimet, knts., and others (named). Whitsunday, 1285. Seal.
[York.]A. 374. Release by John de le Ryver, of Brandesby, John Fayrfax, clerk, Thomas de Etton, the elder, Antony Seyntquyntyn, clerk, Robert Boulot, Alan de Kyrkeby, chaplain, and Geoffrey de Brandesby, to Thomas Ughtred, knt., of the manors of Lepyngton and Migelay, and lands in Sutton in Holderness, Levenyng, Acclom, Barthorp, Gouthorp, Fangfosse, and York, and in Stanfery, Dripole, and Topholme, which formerly belonged to Sir John de Meux, of Bewyk, knt., lately deceased. Lepyngton, 30 September, 2 Richard II. Portions of three seals.
[York.]A. 375. Grant by Godfrey de Meaus to Stephen, son of John Brown, of Ackelom, of pasture in Lepington. Lepington, Monday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 27 Edward [I.]
[York.]A. 376. Agreement whereby Reginald de Kapetoft, with consent of Elewisa his wife and Stephen his father, grants to S., archdeacon of Cliveland, the marriage of his son William do Kapetoft with Margery, granddaughter, and of his daughter Aubrea with Peter, grandson of the said S., and land in Lepington upon such marriage till his son or daughter be of lawful age; and under penalty of 30 marks ho has sworn not to mortgage his inheritance in Lepington and Barneby to the prejudice of his heirs. If such marriages are not completed he grants the said land to the same S. till he has received therefrom the sum of 40 marcs now paid him by the archdeacon. Witnesses:—Sir Stephen Deinevil, Walter Deinevil, Richard Deinevil, Master J., then official of Cliveland, Paulin, vicar of Saham, Thomas, parson of Queldriz, William de Baiocis, and others (named).
[York.]A. 377. Grant by John de Melsa, lord of Lepington, to Lecia, daughter of William de Capetoft, of land in Lepington, which he will plough and find her in sufficient seed of wheat and oats for yearly crops. Witnesses:—Thomas de Chaunci, Thomas Burdon, Roger Grimet, knt., and others (named). York, Monday next after Mid Lent, 20 Edward I. Seal.
[York.]A. 378. Letters of attorney of John de Meaux, son of Sir Godfrey de Meaux, knt., appointing Nicholas de Cotom to receive full seisin in his name and the name of Matilda his wife of all lands, &c, he granted to Symon Tailour, of Lepington, and William son of Symon, of the same. Lepington, Sunday next before St. Thomas the Apostle, 1358.
[York.]A. 379. Release by John de Melsa to his son Godfrey of an annual rent of 20 marcs issuing from Lepyngton manor. York, the morrow of the Conversion of St. Paul, 31 Edward I.
[York.]A. 380. Release by Reginald de Capetoft to Godfrey de Melsa, "domino meo," of a carucate (eight bovates) of land in Lepington which he held of the said Godfrey's fee. Witnesses:—Ralph de Fritheby, Robert de Chancy, Richard Trussebut, Gilbert de Briddeshal, knts., Peter de Melsa, and others (named).
[York.]A. 381. Grant by Robert de Melsa to Reginald de Capetot, son of Reginald, of five carucates of land in Lepington and two "mansure" in York and two carucates in Folchertorp, paying for this latter piece one mare yearly; all which land Hugh Camin gave to his sister Alice on her marriage. Witnesses:—William de Stutevill, Eustace de Vescy, Roger de Croceslai, William the Clerk, of Cottingham, Walter de Wintertorp, and many others (named).
[York.]A. 382. Release by William de Capethof to Ysabel, formerly wife of Sir Godfrey de Melsa, of the toft and croft of Albreda her daughter, in Lepington, and the annual rent of 1d. issuing therefrom. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Fritby, knt., Walter de Barkethorp, Thomas le Paumer, of the same, Richard le Walays, of Aclum, and others (named).
[York.]A. 383. Demise by Scolastica, late wife of Godfridy (Godfrey) de Melsa, for her life, to John Fraunceys, of Lepington, of land in Lepington which Guliana, called Houesom, held at will, at a yearly rent of 6s. 8d., he appearing twice a year at Scolastica's court of Lepington, and paying the fines of the wapentake according to the custom of the vill. The vigil of St. Andrew the Apostle, 1336.
[York.]A. 384. Release by Sir John de Melsa to John Bretun, of Lepington, of the bovate of land and toft in Lepington which Godfrey de Melsa his father had by grant of Beatrice Bretun, mother of the said John, and a toft with buildings and free egress and ingress wherewith his mother was dowered: paying a pair of gloves yearly. Witnesses:—Sir Peter de Ros, Sir Richard Trussebut, of Levenyng, knts., William de Capetoft, and others (named).
[York.]A. 385. Grant by Simon de Bekyngham, chancellor of St. Peter's, York, John de Cotyngham, rector of the church of Brunnun, Robert de Neuton, Thomas de Osgodby, and Martin de Cokermouth to John de Meaux, lord of Lepyngton, of a toft in Lepyngton they had by gift of William the Smith (Fabri), of the same. Lepyngton, Friday next after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 1363. Portions of four seals remaining.
[Bucks.]A. 386. Indenture tripartite containing the agreement made between the Earl Dulvestere (of Ulster) on the one part, and Sir Hugh le Despencer, the father, and Sir Roger Damory on the others. Sir Roger having demanded Stepul Cleydon manor from Sir Hugh by writ of novel disseisin, it is agreed, by command and request of the Earl, that Sir Hugh hold the said manor in peace according to the Earl's grant to him thereof, and that the Earl grant to Sir Roger and Elizabeth his wife the reversion of Whaddon manor for ever. If the Earl think this demand excessive for Stepul Cleydon manor, Sir Roger and his wife are willing to grant him Lyssethorethragh and Esclon manors, and also the manor of Grallagh [Ireland] to be held for the Earl's life, rather than lose this bargain, provided that those three manors return to Dame Elizabeth at the Earl's death. If the Earl will not agree to this bargain it is to be proposed that he give 500l. silver to Sir Roger for Stepulcleydon manor or 400l. or 500 marcs silver at least, to be paid at the Octaves of St. Hilary next in the house of Sir Hugh at London. If the earl is willing to grant the said reversion and entail it on the children of Sir Roger and Dame Elizabeth, then Grallagh manor shall remain in their hands. If the Earl agree to perform one or other of the above points, let him give lit security to perform it within reasonable time; otherwise he shall be trusted and his good faith, but let him inform Sir Hugh, by letter under his seal, fully his will herein, and within what time he will do so, and let him inform Sir Roger in the same way. For this end the "vadletz" of Sir Hugh and Sir Roger—John de Cromhale, Robert de Knaresburgh, and Henry de Lucy—shall go to Ireland and show the Earl the above business, taking one part of this indenture, another part being with Sir Hugh, and the third with Sir Roger. Reading, 25 August, 14 Edward [1.]. French.
[Bucks.] [Surr.] [Beds.]A. 387. Release by John, son of John de Nowers, of Gothurst, to Edward King of England, and Sir Ingelram Coucy, Earl of Bedford, and Lady Isabella, bis consort, daughter of the same King, and the heirs of the said King, of the manors, &c, of Salden, Murreslee, Zistele, Kymbell, Weston, Turnvill, Wendovere, Wycombe, Horewode Magna, Horewode Parva, Hoggeston, Bechehampton, Ewell, and Luton. Witnesses:— W. bishop of Winchester, J. bishop of Ely, Sir William de Latymer, Robert de Thorp, John Knyvet, John Delves, and William Croiser, knts. Westminster Palace, 1 March, 43 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Endorsed: Enrolled on the Close Roll, 43 Edward III.
[Bucks.]A. 388. Certificate by Richard de Terri, steward of Robert de Veteri Ponte (Vipont), that Alan Basset is surety for the said Robert that the latter will affix his seal to a deed to be executed between the same Robert and Alan Basset on the one part, and the men of the visne of Wicumb, who seek common of pasture in Wicumb manor, on the other; such seal to be affixed within a month after the feast of Michaelmas next after the consecration of Ralph de Nevile, bishop of Chichester. If it be not done by that time Terri promises the said Alan shall take into his hands his land in Wicumb, to be given to the men of Wicumb, who shall retain it till the deed is sealed. Witnesses:—Robert de Croindene, Adam Wander, William de Stanes, and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 389. Obligation of Ralph de Widendon and his heirs to pay Sir Alan Basset 10s. a year for the marsh in Wicumbe, extending from the mill which belonged to William son of Hervey to the meadow of St. Giles' Hospital, under a penalty of a marc for each failure of payment. Witnesses:—Reginald de Calna, John de Chireburg, Robert de Croendene, Bartholomew, clerk of Alan Basset, and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 390. Release by Edith, late wife of Adam le Mercer, of Wicumbe, to William Tabbe, of a messuage in Wicumbe for 100s. Witnesses:— Walter de Puderuge, Gervase Draper, William de Luda, and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 391. Demise by William de Wydendon to Sir Philip Basset of his land in Okregge, in the parish of Wycumbe, for seven years from Michaelmas, 36 Hen. III., paying the chief lords of the fee 8s. yearly; Sir Philip undertaking to keep the said William in his service if he wishes, or procure him service in the house of "some good man" for that time, providing him with food and clothing as one of his own esquires, and supplying him with another horse if his own die. Witnesses:—William and Thomas Wandcre, Robert de Eselberg, Walter de Pudregge, and others (named). 36 Hen. III. Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 392. Final concord made on a plea of "warrantia carte" whereby William de Wydendon acknowledges two parts of 54 acres of wood and one acre of meadow in Wycumbe to belong to Philip Basset, to be held of the said William on payment of 1d. yearly, William also granting that the third part of the premises which Margery his mother holds in dower, with reversion to himself, shall remain to the same Philip at her death. Three weeks from Easter Day, 3[8] Hen. III. Damaged.
[Bucks.]A. 393. Grant by [William de Wy]dendon to [Philip] Basset of his wood called 'Ocregge,' in Wycumbe, at a yearly rent of 1d. Witnesses:— Thomas Wander, William de la Lude, Simon de Santerdon, Nicholas Hochede, and others (named), [c. 36 Hen. III., cf. A. 391.] Seal. Damaged.
[Bucks.]A. 394. Grant by Osbert de Santerdune to Sir Philip Basset, for 3½ marcs, of an annual rent of a marc due from Walter Fuller for the mill that formerly belonged to William de Stanes in Wicumbe parish, without the borough. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Brand, Sir Ralph de Averiis, Sir Ralph de Bee, William de Luda, Simon de Santerdune, and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 395. Grant by Philip Basset to Thomas de la Lude of permission to build a fulling mill in the tenement he holds of him at 'la Ludwatere,' in Wycumbe, paying one marc yearly rent: provided that at no time cloths made in Wycumbe, or delivered to be fulled to fullers living therein, are received into the said mill. If they are received, or the above rent is unpaid, the said Philip may distrain on the mill or other possessions of the said Thomas till he have recovered the rent or the damages so inflicted on him. Witnesses:—Sirs Henry de Pynkenny, Thomas le Blund, knts., and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 396. Grant by Robert Butevileyn, knt., to Sir Philip Basser, for 50 marcs paid him, of six marcates of annual rent in Wycumbe, which is called 'Eltres' of Wycumbe, which he had by gift from'Fulk Basset, bishop of London, in free marriage with Alina, his granddaughter, Sir Robert's former wife. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Bathonia, the King's Justiciar, Sir William de Insula, Sir Richard de Reyli, knts., Adam Pig, William de la Lude, and others (named).
[Bucks.]A. 397. Demise by Sir Philip Basset to Richard, son of John Fuller, for life, of the moiety of the mill that was William Robyn's, in Wycumbe, with all the watercourse in the pool thereto belonging, for six marcs yearly, in case of non-payment of which the said Philip to have right of entry into a messuage Richard bought of William Wandere in the borough of Wycumbe, to hold it till such rent is satisfied. Witnesses:—William and Thomas Wandere, William de la Lude, and others (named). Thursday next after Easter, 38 Hen. III. Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 398. Release by Nicholas Hachedee to Sir William Basset, for 12s. 6d., of land in Wycumbe, part of which he held of land formerly belonging to Richard de Rothomago, and part of Sir Philip by fee and inheritance. Witnesses:—Walter de Puderrugge, William de la Lude, and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 399. Demise by Walter Pinel to William Tabbe, for 20 years from the present date, of all his property [in Wicumbe], the said William undertaking for that term to provide with food and clothing the said Walter, who will servo him as a free servant. If William be impleaded and put to expense on account of such land, all costs he can prove Walter will repay at the end of the term; except that he shall release Walter from the dispute between himself and Stephen de Eswell. If William build on the fee he shall be allowed to remove the houses put up unless Walter satisfy him their cost. If he infringe this agreement Walter will pay Earl Richard 40s., the lord of the fee 2 marcs, and William 2½ marcs; and William the like penalty if he infringe it. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Brand, William and Thomas Wander, William de Luda, John de Croendene, and others (named). The feast of the' Annunciation, 32 Hen. III. Seal.
[Bucks.]A. 400. Grant by Thomas, son of Richard de Sobintun, to Sir Philip Basset, of the share he has inherited from Richard his father of the mill formerly belonging to William de Stanes in Wicumbe parish without the borough, with all the watercourse and meadow below the mill (belonging to that share) called 'Mulcroft.' Witnesses:—Sir Robert Brand, Sir Ralph de Averiis, Sir Ralph de Bee, William and Thomas Wander, William de Luda, and others (named). Seal.