Deeds
A.1001 - A.1100

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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116-127

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'Deeds: A.1001 - A.1100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 116-127. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64202 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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A.1001 - A.1100

[Herts.]A. 1001. Grant by Richard le Chamberleng, of Hallingeby, and Juliana his wife, to John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Brock and Gatesberi, situate as described, &c., paying yearly 27d. to the chief lords of the fee. Witnesses:—John de Scalariis, Sir R. de Rupell, knts., and others (named). [A.D. 1252–1258.]
[Herts.]A. 1002. Grant by John Wodecok, and Juliana his wife, to William de Middelton, clerk, of 3 acres in Aldenham parish, situate as described, paying therefor 1½d. yearly to Thomas de la Forde and his heirs. Witnesses:—Ranulf de Mimmes, John Tailleboys, and others (named). Damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1003. Grant by Payn, son of Adam, son of Payn de Terefeud, to Alan de Bradenache, son of Henry de Bradenache, of land at Astaneshulle, situate as described. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Boclande, knt., John de Gledes', Warin de Bradenache, clerk, and others (named).
[Herts.] [Essex.]A. 1004. Grant by Nicholas de Anesty to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for the souls of himself, Margaret his wife, and others, of the land the canons held of Richard his grandfather and Hubert his father at Berkedene; of the 4 librates of land Hubert his great grandfather gave them in Bracking manor (Braughing); release of any right he may have to present to Bracking church; and grant of 20 solidates of land in Teye, which his grandfather gave them. Witnesses:—Robert Walsh (Walense), William de la Mare, William Flambard, and others (named).
[Herts.] [Essex.]A. 1005. Grant by Hubert, son of Richard de Anesti, to the canons of Christchurch, London, of the land in Berkedene which his father Richard granted them; of four librates of land which his grandfather Hubert granted them in the manor of Brackinges (Braughing), part of the 16 librates that King Stephen and Queen Matilda gave the said Hubert, with a proviso that if the heirs of Stephen and Matilda give him or his heirs 16 librates elsewhere in exchange, the canons shall have 4 librates of such exchanged land; of the land they had of his fee of Brackinges in the time of his father, and are to hold to the day he is made a knight; and of 20 solidates of land in Teye, which Hubert his grandfather gave them. Witnesses:—Sir Philip the Priest (Sacerdote) of Hormade, Robert the Priest of Anestey, Michael de Munteni, Richer de Marci, knt., and many others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1006. Grant by Robert le Stacker, of Apseden, to brother Eustace, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Russewellemade, situate as described. Witnesses:—Ralph Muschet, Simon Treuthfoyle, and others (named). [A.D. 1264–1280.]
[Herts.]A. 1007. Grant by the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, to William called Prest, of Bouclonde, and Margery his wife, of land in a field called 'Monefeld' in Bouclonde, at a yearly rent of 3s. Witnesses:— Henry and John de Bouclonde, William de Polhey, and others (named). Endorsed: "Vacat quia dimittitur per copiam cuidam Roberto Prentys." Very much damaged.
Herts.A. 1008. Grant by Adam de Stratton, clerk, to Osbert de Waterford, of land of the fee of Richmond in Beneggho, which Adam had by gift of the prior and convent of Bermundesey, at a yearly rent of 9s. 9d., with clause for distraint on the said land and other possessions of Osbert in co. Hertford, in case of non-payment of rent. Witnesses:—Sirs Walter de Meridon, William de Aete, Luke de Taney, knts., and others (named). Richemund, the Annunciation, 1275.
[Herts.]A. 1009. Grant by Robert Cosin, of Gatesbery, to Sir Nicholas de Kavenedis, chaplain, of land in Brackynge (Braughing), in the field called 'Brackyngefeld,' in the cultura called 'Syxaker,' situate as described. Witnesses:—Richard de Gatesbery, Richard de Rupell, and William his brother, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1010. Grant by Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, to Robert de Sandon, smith, of a messuage and land that Hugh Smith formerly held in Brakking (Braughing), situation accurately described, on payment of 6d. yearly and performance of various smith's services herein specified. Witnesses:—John de Scalariis, Robert de Rokele, Thomas de Bordesden, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1011. Indenture of agreement whereby Thomas le Verly, of Little Hadham, and Alice his wife, demise to John de Melkleye certain land, a messuage in New Street,[Staundon: see A. 1013], land in 'le Holme,' Monemad and Wychemers, and a yearly rent of 3s. 1½d. in Staundone, if they do not by sunset on the morrow of Michaelmas, 13 Edward I., pay him the price of 12 quarters of wheat wherewith he has accommodated them: the grant of the premises, by consent of the parties, being placed in the hands of Benedict Bolt till the above-named date. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Melkleye, knt., Benedict Bolt, and others (named). Ascension Day, 13 Edward 1.
[Herts.]A. 1012. Grant by Roger ate Dore to Nicholas le Sawyere, both of St. Albans, of a tenement in Soppewelle-lane, St. Albans, next the mill of Soppewelle. Witnesses:—John Wynslowe, then bailiff of St. Albans, and others (named). Sunday next after the Invention of Holy Cross, 26 Edward III.
[Herts.]A. 1013. Grant by Thomas le Verly, of Little Hadham, and Alice his wife, to John de Melkeleye, of Staundon, of a messuage in Staundon formerly belonging to John Pake, father of the said Alice, situate at the head of New Street. Witnesses: Sir Robert de Melkeleye, knt., and many others (named). Sunday next after St. Dunstan the Bishop, 15 Edward I. Much damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1014. Grant by Thomas, son of Adam de Wrobele, to Saer son of Henry, of land in Senle, paying him therefor yearly ½ lb. of cummin, and 2s. to the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses:—Helias de Sunning, William de Ladon, then sheriff of Middlesex, Peter son of Alan, and John his brother, and many others (named). Christmas, 19 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 1015. Grant by Hugh de Marines, son of Gwerric de Marines, to Holy Trinity, London, of land in Westmeln, at Sudpurtewelle, Sefledelee, Stocking, and Ruwenhofeld. Witnesses:—Richard de Gate[s]bury, Adam de Bracking, Richard de Melcleghe, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1016. Grant by Thomas le Verly, of Staundon, and Alice his wife, daughter of John Pake, to John de Melkeleye, of all their claim to the dower that Agnes, formerly wife of the said John Pake, holds after his death in Staundon: Alice making oath on the high altar at Staundon never at or after the decease of the said Agnes to make any claim thereto. Witnesses:— Sir Robert de Melkeleye, knt., and others (named). Wednesday after the Purification, 16 Edward I.
[Herts.]A. 1017. Grant by Nicholas Sawyere, of St. Albans, to Richard le Houte and Nicholas Smyth, of the above tenement in Sopwel-lane, St. Albans. [See A. 1012.] Witnesses:—John Baldewyn, bailiff of St. Albans, and others (named). Maundy Thursday, 36 Edw. III.
[Herts.]A. 1018. Grant by Henry Custaunce, of Mundane, to John Baker (Pistor'), of Ware, and Joan his wife, of a messuage with a garden and little holm in Stanstede of the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross, and a holm in the same place containing three acres of meadow, and held in capite of the abbot of Holy Cross by a yearly service of 5s. Stansted Abbots, Thursday next before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 4 Edward II.
[Herts.]A. 1019. Grant by Thomas le Verly and Alice his wife, to John de Melkelegh, of Staundon, of their messuage, formerly belonging to John Pake, deceased, father of the said Alice, situate at the east head of New Street, Staundon. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Melklegh, knt., Roger and Hamo Brian, Benedict Bolt, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1020. Grant by Silvester son of Walter, to W. de Cleresvaus, of the land his father Walter held in Senly, with the dower his mother Matilda sold him for 20s. in the court of Alan de Sumer, for 40 years, paying yearly half a marc to the said Alan. Witnesses:—Gilbert de Ri, Thomas del Wald, Geoffrey le Bretun, and others (named). Michaelmas next after the first interdict made throughout England for Stephen de Langethon, archbishop of Canterbury, in the reign of John, son of Henry son of Matilda, King of England.
[Herts.]A. 1021. Grant by Thomas le Verly, of Little Hadham, and Alice his wife, to John de Melkeley of their share of a messuage in New Street, [Staundon], land in Staundon situate as described, and a yearly rent of 3s. 1½d. issuing out of Staundon and payable by the tenants whose names are mentioned herein. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Melkeley, knt., William Teobald, of Westmeln, Benedict Bolt, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1022. Grant by William de Ardern in Rodborne, to Thomas Willyams, of Molynton, Margery his wife, and William their son, for term of their lives, of a messuage and land in Rodborne, situated as described, paying therefor 6s. yearly and performing the services specified. Monday the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 19 Edward III.
[Herts.]A. 1023. Grant by William, son of John de Hertfordingburi, to Richard de Tewinge, clerk, for 30s., of land in Pleswellevelde [Hertfordingbury], situate as described. Witnesses:—Godfrey and Simon de Tewinge, J. le Moine, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1024. Grant by Hugh de Broke, son of Sir Hugh de Broke, to William de Montagu, Elizabeth his wife, and the heirs of William, of all his lands and tenements of 'La Hide' in Langley Abbots. Witnesses:— Sirs Simon de Montagu, Robert de Caygnes, Humfrey de Beauchamp, John de la Mare, of Gersindon, Nicholas Turvile, William de Beauchamp, knts., and others (named). Carsinton, co. Oxon, Monday next after St. Hilary, 30 Edward I.
[Herts.]A. 1025. Grant by Peter de Beuchamp to William, son of Thomas de Bordesdene, of all that part of a tenement in Lestonecherch parish which he bought of Cyprian de Wodemade, situate as described. Witnesses:—Henry de Bokelaund, Clement de Alsewyk, Walter Jurdon, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1026. Release by Laurence de Brok, son and heir of the late Sir Hugh de Brok, to Elizabeth, late wife of Sir William de Montagu, knt., of all lands, &c., formerly belonging to his said father in 'la Countessehide,' iu Langley Abbots. Witnesses:—Sirs Giles de Trompeton and Robert Malet, knts., Mathew de la Vache, and others (named). Aston Clynton, Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 17 Edward II.
[Herts.]A. 1027. Grant by Roger de Buutingford to Holy Trinity, London, of 1½ acres of land which he had of the said canons at 8d. yearly, in the parish of Lefstonecherche, situate as described. Witnesses:—Sirs John Baard, John de Patemere, Robert de la Rokele, William de Horsedene, and Henry de Boclonde, knts., John de Marines, Brian de Trokkinge, and others (named).
Herts.A. 1028. Grant by John le Bel, son of John le Bel, to John, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of a messuage and land at Rifford in Lefstanecherch parish; of any right he has to the dower that Albretha, his father's wife, held of his fee; of several annual rents due from the people specified herein for lands in Apsedene, Wakele, and elsewhere in co. Herts.; and of land in Refeld called 'Pyridune': for which grant the canons have given 15s. to pay his debts, and will give to him or his assigns daily, as long as he lives at London, a white loaf and a gallon of ale, such as they receive in the refectory, either daily or twice or thrice a week, as he requires. Witnesses:—John de Marines, Brian de Trokkinge, Robert de Rokele, and others (named). [A.D. 1252– 1258.]
Herts.A. 1029. Grant by John de Rocheford, son of Geoffrey, to Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of the service Roger de Esenden does him for the fee he held of him in Hertfordtingebiry, for land in Birchholt and Ho. Witnesses:—William de Piro, William de Bordesden, and others (named). [A.D. 1316–1325.] Damaged.
Herts.A. 1030. Grant by Richard de Ware to Sir William de Valence, lord of Pembroke, for 8 marcs, of a yearly rent of 6s. 8d. that John le Sarmoner pays for a tenement in Hodesdone. Witnesses:—Stephen de Bassinggeburn, knt., Robert de Gravele, Richard Kaerdyn, and others (named). St. Laurence's Day, 4 Edward I.
[Herts.]A. 1031. Release by Robert, son and heir of the late John le Moyne, of Hertfordingebery, to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, of a yearly rent of 6s. 3d. which they pay him for lands and tenements they hold in Rokefford, in Hertfordingbery. Witnesses:—John de Northawe, John de Berkingg, and others (named).
[Mddx.]A. 1032. Grant by Adam le Tailur, of Edelmeton, for 15s., to Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of two acres in Edelmeton, in Goldfeld, situate as described. Witnesses:—William and Laurence de Forda, Hugh Peverel, and others (named). [A.D. 1223– 1252.]
[Herts.]A. 1033. Indenture between Henry Elveden, son and heir of Thomas Elveden, and heir of John Elveden, his grandfather, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London. After reciting a grant by Richard de Gatesbury to St. Peter's church of Bracking, which belongs to the canons of Holy Trinity, of the chapel of St. James in Gatesbury, with all tithes in the said parish (except the tithe of 40 acres in the field called 'Litelredyng,' which the nuns of Halywell hold of Richard), on condition of the canons celebrating four masses weekly in the chapel of Gatesbury, Elveden agrees with the canons to commute the four masses for two, to be celebrated weekly in the chapel of Holy Trinity, within the nave of the conventual church. The Chapter House of the convent, 14 September, 1487, 3 Henry VII.
[Herts.]A. 1034. Grant by Thomas de Flawenden, son of Nicholas de Flawenden, to Sir Hugh son of Otho, knt., of 20 acres of wood in Flawenden, situation accurately described. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Becheworthe and John de Chenne, knts., Sir Stephen de Chendut, the younger, William de Flawenden, clerk, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1035. Grant by John Cawmvyll to John Rothwell, clerk, parson of Wymyngton, John Adam, of St. Albans, William Basely and William Lodeford, of all his lands, &c., in Essenden, Bishops Hatfelde and Herteford. 20 August, 6 Henry V.
[Herts.]A. 1036. Mandate of Malcolm Musard to Robert, called Acard, son of Nicholas de Coleshulle. Has granted to Sir Hugh le Despenser the annual rent of a marc which the said Robert was wont to pay him, and the knight's fee he held of him in Coleshulle, and therefore directs him to answer for the said rent and fee to the said Sir Hugh. Fasternam, Thursday next after St. Vincent, 31 Edward I.
[Herts.]A. 1037. Grant by Thomas, the abbot, and the convent of St. James', Northampton, to Yseudia de Lichesbarewe, of land in Cristeshale, land and a messuage in Helmedon, land in Luffenhalegrave, Crawelefield, Linch, and Fulberue, situate as described, at a yearly rent of 2s. Witnesses:—Unfrey de la Rokele, Reinbald de Chesewic, William de Lankelei, and others (named;. [A.D. 1205–1220.]
[Herts.]A. 1038. Demise by William, abbot of Ramsey, to Plesencia, late wife of Geoffrey, called the Vintner (Vinitar'), of Cruce Roys, for term of her life, of a messuage in Terefeld, and 12 acres of land forming half a cultura, called 'Oldefelde,' in the same parish, next to Cruce Roys, paying 10d. yearly and doing suit twice a year in the court at Terefeld for the same. Witnesses:—John de Harpesfeld, John de Gledeseye, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1039. Grant by Fulk, son of Hugh de Riford, to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, for 12s., of land he holds of them in Berkeden, situate as described. Witnesses:—Simon and Richard de Melkelle, William de Corneya, and others (named). Damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1040. Release by John, the warden, and the brethren of the House of St. Mary of Anestey, to lady Dionisia de Montchesny, of two acres and half a rod of their land in a field called 'Berdene,' situate as described, in exchange for land which John de Benden held of the same lady. Witnesses:—Sir Simon de Fourneus, Richard Bideford, knts., Henry de Braghing, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1041. Grant by Ralph de Aqua to Geoffrey the Chaplain (Capellano) of Brackinges, of land in Nordfeld. Witnesses:—Henry de Furnell, Teobald son of Alan, Richard de Monasterio, Simon, Reginald and Stephen his sons, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1042. Certificate of King Stephen to the bishop of London, justices, sheriffs, barons, ministers, and all his faithful people of Hertfordshire, that he has confirmed the grant made by Hubert, the Queen's Chamberlain, to the Church of Holy Trinity [London] . . . . . . Fragment.
[Herts.]A. 1043. Grant by Hubert, the Queen's Chamberlain, to the canons of Christchurch, London, of four librates of land in Braching manor, by gift of Agnes his wife and Richard and John his sons, portion of the 16 librates that King Stephen and Queen Matilda gave him in exchange for his land of Benedis. If however the King and Queen give him land elsewhere in exchange for the 16 librates, the canons shall have four librates of such exchanged land. Witnesses:—Matilda the Queen, Eustace the King's son, William de Ipra, Balderic de Sigillo, Thomas the Chancellor, Peter the King's clerk, Robert de Furnell, and others (named). [A.D. 1135–1153.]
[Herts.]A. 1044. Grant by Gilbert, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Robert the Carpenter (Carpentaria), of Erdeley, for 10s. and a pittance of 2s., of land in Bracking situate as described, at a yearly rent of 18d. Witnesses:—Henry de Bracking, Theobald the Clerk, Richard le Meltre, and others (named). [A.D. 1260–1268.]
Essex.A. 1045. Indenture witnessing that Sir Thomas de Maundevile, knt., lord of Brumfeld, has enfeoffed Simon the Marshal (Marescallum) of the New Temple, London, in his water-mill of Brumfeld, and the same Symon has delivered the mill to Sawal de Brumfeld and Ralph le Despenser, for three years from the quindene of Easter, 24 Edward I.; and that Sir Thomas has granted Sawal and Ralph timber and carriage for all necessary purposes for the mill, on condition of their restoring the mill in as good condition as they found it at the end of the three years, if they do not wish to hold it longer. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Wyduhelle, rector of Black Notele church, and others (named). Brumfeld, the Annunciation, at the beginning of 1296.
[Herts.]A. 1046. Confirmation by Alan, son of Richard de Faversham, to the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 6s., of the release that Richard de Melcleia, son of Robert, made them of 15½ acres in Bracking; and release by the same to the same of the whole half virgate of land in the same place that his father Richard held of the priory, of which the 15½ acres are a portion. Witnesses:—Philip de Audebir', Richard Perdice, Turgis, Stanhard, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1047. Grant by Beatrix, daughter of Ralph Tioch, to John Parmentar, of Brackinges, of the land in Brackinges he had held before of her father. Witnesses:—Geoffrey the Priest (Presbitero) of Brackinges, Gervase the Chaplain of Hormead, Warin the Provost of our lord the King, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1048. Grant by Adam de Bracking, son of Teobald, for the souls of himself, Margaret his wife, and his ancestors, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of two dole of land in Bracking, situate as described. Witnesses:—Richard, vicar of Bracking, Thomas and Ralph, chaplains, Robert de la Rokele, Robert Luvel, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1049. Grant by John de Laungeford, of Braughing, to Henry Sieve, of the same, of land in a field called 'Netherstokkyng,' in Braughyng, situate as described. Witnesses:—Richard de Gatesbury, Simon le Rokele, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1050. Confirmation by Matilda, Queen of England, of the grant made by the King to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for the souls of Matilda her daughter, and Baldwin her son, who are buried in the said church, of 100 solidates of land in Bracking. Witnesses:—Eustace the King's son, William de Ipra, Richard de Luci, and Warin de Lisoriis. [A.D. 1135–1153.]
[Herts.]A. 1051. Certificate by Stephen, King of England, to the bishop of London, the justices, sheriffs, and others, of Hertfordshire, of his grant to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for the souls of Mathilda his daughter and Baldwin his son, of 100 solidates of land in Braching, as freely as they were held by Queen Matilda and himself. Witnesses:—'M[atilda] my Queen, E[ustace] my son,' W. de Ipra, W. Mart', Richard de Luci, Richard de Canvill, and Warn' de Lusor[iis]. London. [A.D. 1135–1153.]
[Herts.]A. 1052. Grant by Henry de la Wodecroft to Sir Ewstace, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Brackyng, in the field called 'Chyrchfyld.' Witnesses:—Robert de Melkley, Richard de Rupellis, and others (named). [A.D. 1268–1280.] Fragment, half the document wanting.
[Herts.]A. 1053. Release by Felicia, late wife of Robert de Strata, to John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Berkeden in fields called 'Refeld' and 'Meldfeld,' and of land they had from her late husband in Cornee and Wydihale. Witnesses:—John de Marins, Milo de Westmelne, Henry de Bracking, Master John le Fraunceys, and others (named). [A.D. 1252–1258.]
[Herts.]A. 1054. Grant by Thomas, son of Geoffrey de Bordlesdene, to William the Chaplain (Capellano) of Gerdile, of a messuage with appurtenances in Bordlesdene, situate as described. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Ripella, knt., Henry de Bracking, Simon de Aldebery, clerk, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1055. Grant by William, son of Robert the Dean (Decani), of Audeberi, to Walter the Chaplain of Brackinges, of land in Sparkewelle, situate as described. Witnesses:—Geoffrey the Chaplain, Robert Luvel, Theobald Frankelein, Robert de Mechegros, and others (named). Much damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1056. Confirmation by Richard I. to the abbot and monks of St. Albans of all liberties and privileges as herein recited on all lands they hold, prohibiting from entering on such lands any minister—steward, butler, chamberlain, "dispensator," porter or provost—against the will and consent of themselves or their successors. Witnesses:—B[aldwin] archbishop of Canterbury, H[ugh] bishop of Lincoln, Earl William de Mandeville, William Marshal. Ga[rc]inton, 17th September, 1 Richard I., by the hand of William the Chancellor. "This was the tenor of our charter under our first "seal; which, because it has since been lost, and while we were captive in " Germany was given into the power of another, has been changed. These " are witnesses however of this renewal (innovationis), H[ubert] arch" bishop of Canterbury, [. . . bishop] of Evreux, R. archdeacon of " Richmond and S. of Wells, Robert and Joell, chaplains, Robert de " Harecurt. Given by the hand of Master Roscelin, then vicegerent. . . . [Isle of] Andely, 12 November," [7 ?] Richard I. Much torn and damaged.
A. 1057. Grant by Peter the Chaplain to Robert, son of Robert de Senleia, of a croft between the land of Sarich and the way going eastward, at a yearly rent of 12d. Witnesses:—Thomas de Waldo, Adam de Sumeri, Philip de Titeburste, Walter de Faleise, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1058. Grant by Thomas le Verly and Alice his wife to John de Melkeleye, of Staundon, of a messuage at Staundon, formerly John Pake's, deceased, father of the said Alice, situate at the east end of New Street; except the hall and a room, which they retain. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Melkeley, knt., John called 'Mareshal,' and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1059. Grant by Peter the Chaplain to Robert, son of Robert de Senlea, of land in Seuley, formerly Walter Neu man's, situate as described, at a yearly rent of 2s. Witnesses:—Thomas de Waldis, Adam de Sumeri, son of Alan, Walter de Faleise and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1060. Grant by [Peter ?] the Chaplain, of Ipswich, to Sir Hugh, son of Otho, for 10 marcs, of a yearly rent of 3s. 6d. in Flaunden, issuing out of the tenements, &c., herein specified; and of a tenement, &c., in the same place. Witnesses:—Sir John de Cheyne, Sir Stephen de Cheyndut, Sir Roger de Bescheswrthe, and others (named). Much damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1061. Grant by Henry, son of Reimer de London, to Walter son of Adam, for 5s., of the land that Huchtred held of him in Senle, and eight acres that were Hereward Cobbe's. Witnesses:—Adam de Sumeri, Hugh his son, Alan de Sumeri, John his son, Walter del Faleis, and others (named).
[Herts,]A. 1062,1063. Letters of attorney of Thomas Bolyngton, of Storteford, appointing attorneys to deliver seisin of certain lands, rents, &c., in Storteford to Nicholas Bolyngton, John Trotte, and William Mayner of the same, and John Bolyngton, of Farnham. Storteford, 2 January, 5 Edward IV. Damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1064. Release by Syraon le Poter and Alice his wife, daughter of Payn de Therefeud, to Sir William, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of land in Therefeud, for the sum of nineteen marcs paid them. Witnesses: —Henry de Bokland, Brian de Throckinge, John de Harpefeud, William de la Mare, and others (named). [A.D. 1267–1285.]
[Herts.]A. 1065. Demise by Guy de Tywinge to Richard Ayswy, draper, of London, for 10l., of all lands, &c., that Amabilia, who was wife of John his brother, holds by way of dower in Tywinge, to be held of him by the said Richard after Amabilia's death. Witnesses:—Sir John son of Simon, Robert de Glravele, William de Aece, Stephen de Bassingeburn, knts., and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1066. Grant by Geoffrey Smith (Faber), "de Parco." to Walter de Camera and Emma his wife, of all his lands in the field called 'Leuwardescroft' in Tyteberste. Witnesses:—Ranulf de Mimmes, John Taylebois, Gilbert, then Sergeant of Audenham, William de Tyteberste, and others (named). 45 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 1067. Grant by Simon Starling, of Terfeud, to Richard his son of a tenement in Terfeld, paying therefor yearly 8d. to Ramsey Abbey, and a pair of white gloves, value ½d, to the said Simon. Witnesses:—Henry de Buclande, Richard le Chamberlein, of Sandon, John de Gledeseye, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1068. Grant by Ralph de Cameis, at the petition of Hubert de Anesti, to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of Hugh Smith his nativus, with all his sequela. Witnesses:—Robert Walensis, William Gardin, Richard de Bemden, William Dogeth, Turgis the bellringer (Campanar'.)
[Herts.]A. 1069. Grant by Hugh de Marines to Holy Trinity, London, of an annual rent of 6d., paid by Hugh the Chaplain for 10 acres he holds of him in Westmeln. Witnesses:—John and Alexander de Lesnes, Roger de Beuchodrey, John de Bemden, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1070. Grant by Hugh de Marines, son of Werric de Marines, to Holy Trinity, London, of a rent of 1d. that Richard, son of Estmund de Melklle, is wont to pay out of the rent of 12d. which Richard de Westmelne, baker, pays for land in Westmelne Parva. Witnesses:—Roger Hacun, John de Lyesnes, Simon de Melklle, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1071. Deed of sale by John Mylys, and William Mylys his son, husbandmen, witnessing that whereas Thomas Pomeroy, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, by indenture dated in their Chapter House, 7 November, 33 Henry VI., demised to them the manor of Berkeden, with rents and tithes in Westmell parish, &c, thereto belonging, with certain exceptions, for 30 years from the previous Michaelmas, at the yearly rent of 17l. 6s. 8d.; they have sold and granted the premises to Ralph Joselyn, alderman, and now Mayor of London, for the portion of the term of 30 years still unexpired, he paying the above rent to Holy Trinity. London, 8 February, 4 Edward IV. Damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1072. Grant by John, son of Richard de Westmeln, to Richard son of Estmund, of land at Mannefeld in Westmeln. Witnesses:—Thomas de Rapvilla, John de Lesnes, Simon de Mellecleia, and others (named).
Herts.A. 1073. Release by William atte Wattere, of Ware, Herts, to Roger Brantefelde, citizen and cordwainer of London, Nicholas Tanner, of Ware, and the assigns of Nicholas, of a tenement in Ware, situate as described, which he and Brantefelde lately had by feoffment of the said Nicholas. St. Gregory the Pope's day, 7 Henry V.
[Herts.]A. 1074. Grant by John de Marines, son of Werric, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Westmelne and Ayshesaldwyk, for 20 marcs. Witnesses:—Ralph son of Fulk, Luke de Tany, Brian de Trokking, John de Lesnes, and others (named). [A.D. 1223–1252 ?]
[Herts.]A. 1075. Agreement whereby John le Moyne undertakes to find food and clothing and all necessaries for John de Marines and Amabilia his wife, in his house, as long as Marines lives, or, if the latter prefers it, to pay him 12 marcs yearly, beginning at Michaelmas, 49 Henry III., for the same term, with right of distress if they fail to receive such necessaries or such sum; and in return Marines releases to le Moyne, the tenement he held of him for life in Westmelne. Witnesses:—Sir William de Horseden, Brian de Troking, Walter Hacun, and others (named). 49 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 1076. Grant by Peter, son of Thomas de Saunford, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of the land which he had by gift of Richard Baker (Pistoris) in Westmeln, and which the latter had by gift of Thomas his father. Witnesses:—John de Marines, Peter Bussel, Henry de Brakking, and others (named). 'Brakking,' St. Nichomedes the Martyr's day, 1248.
[Herts.]A. 1077. Release by Cristina, daughter of Alice de Quentone, to Gilbert, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of the five acres of land, &c., she held of them, called 'Wellemad,' in Westmelne. Witnesses:—John de Marines, Henry de Bracking, Theobald de Marines, and others (named). Berkeden, Tuesday next before St. Luke the Evangelist, 47 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 1078. Grant by Theobald de Westmelne to Gilbert, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Mannefeud field in Westmelne. Witnesses:—Sir John Bahard, Sir John de Scalariis, Sir Robert de la Rokele, knts., Walter Hacun, Richard de Gatesberi, and others (named). [A.D. 1260—1264.]
[Herts.]A. 1079. Grant by William de Horsedenden to Holy Trinity, London, of land in Wydihale. Witnesses:—Sir John Baard, Sir Robert de la Rokele, Sir John de Patemere, knts., John de Marines, Brian de Troking, and others (named),
[Herts.]A. 1080. Grant by James de Burtun, and Elena his wife, to John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Westmelne, and Ralph their villain; and release of an annual rent of 6d. they were wont to receive from the said convent. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de la Rokele, John de Marines, Brian de Trocking, and others (named). [A.D. 1252–1258.]
[Herts.]A. 1081. Grant by William, son of Godfrey de Aspeden, to Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Wakley. Witnesses:—Michael Master, Richard de Witebi, John de Lesnes, and others (named). [A.D. 1223–1252.]
[Herts.]A. 1082. Grant by William, son of Jordan de Alsewyc, for 10s., to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of an annual rent of 12d. that Bartholomew Hoile, and Cristina his wife, pay for a messuage and land in Westmeln, whereof 1d. yearly is to be paid the heirs of Hugh de Marines on behalf of the said William. Witnesses:—Richard Musket, Aubrey de Marines, John de Lesnes, and others (named). [A.D. 1223–1252.]
[Herts.]A. 1083. Grant by Alice de Overton to Cristiana her daughter, of land called 'Wellemed' in Westmeln, the latter maintaining a lamp burning in Westmeln church for the celebration of mass, and paying 2d. yearly to the prior of Holy Trinity, London, and a halfpenny towards the sheriff's aid. Witnesses:—John de Marines, Peter Bussell, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1084. Release by Amice de Zoyng, late wife of Geoffrey de Zoyng, to the prior of Holy Trinity, London, of the third part of land and a messuage in Westmelne, which she acquired as dower before the King's Justices at Westminster, Sir Robert de Lexenton, Sir William de Coleworthe, and Sir Roger de Thurkerby. Witnesses:—John de Scalariis, John and Werric de Marines, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1085. Grant by Hugh, son of Werric de Marines, to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of Stephen la Weite, his man, with the land he holds of him in Westmelne. Witnesses:—Roger Hacun, John de Lesnes, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1086. Grant by Margaret, Countess of Winchester, widow of Earl Saer, to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of free carriage for their corn by ship from Ware to London, at the same price as they were worn to pay in the time of Robert the Earl her father, or Petronilla the Countess her mother, viz., at 1d. the quarter of hard corn, London measure. Witnesses:—Saer de Sancto Andrea, Peter de Tham', Peter de Beche, knts., and others (named). [c. A.D. 1220.]
[Herts.]A. 1087. Final concord between John, the prior of Holy Trinity, London, plaintiff, and James de Burton and Elena his wife, deforciants, who acknowledged that some land and a yearly rent of 6d. in Westmelne belonged to the prior as their gift; and also granted him the land that Robert de Stokes holds of them in villenage, and the land Hugh de Westmelne and Alice his wife hold in that place as the latter's dower, after whose death it should remain to James and Elena. Westminster, Trinity term, 42 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 1088. Will of John Pery, of Ware. Bequeaths to Alice his wife the meadow by the mill, also the messuage he lives in, with remainders to John and William his brothers, successively, after whose decease it shall be sold and the money disposed of as directed, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Lawe, curate of Ware, and others (named) Ware, 26 June, 1492.
Endorsed: Certificate of probate.
[Herts.]A. 1089. Grant by John de Marines to Sir John le Moine, son of Sir Nicholas le Moine, of the manor of Westmelne, together with common of pasture in the demesue lands of Sir Hugh de Marines. Witnesses:— Walter Hacun, Brian de Troking, Henry de Brawing, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1090. Grant by Hugh de Marines to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Westmeln, situate in Lemmaresfeld, Middelfeld, Alsewikefeld, and Dedemannesot, as described, and free pasture for 27 sheep; for which grant the prior has given him 40 marcs, "ad acquietand' terras meas versus Judeos." Witnesses:—Peter and Luke de Tany, Robert de Barnevile, Geoffrey de Zoyn, and others (named). viii. Kalendas Junii, 1234.
Endorsed: "Vacua quia continetur in alia carta postmodum confecta, scilicet de xlix acris terre et pascua sepcies viginti ovium die apostolorum Simonis et Jude anno eodem."
[Herts.]A. 1091. Duplicate of A. 1090 with slight verbal differences.
[Herts.]A. 1092. Grant by Hugh de Marinis to John de Marinis, his brother, for 20s., of a wood called 'Albertisgrave' and a croft called 'Ulfrichisley,' in Westmeln. Witnesses:—Richard Muschet, Roger Hacun, Michael Master, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 1093. Grant by Theobald, son of Sir Hugh de Marines, to Sir Gilbert, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of a messuage and land in Westmeln, situate as described. Witnesses:—Brian de Trocking. Walter Hacun, Peter Bussel, and others (named). [A.D. 1260– 1264.]
[ ]A. 1094. Grant by William . . . . to Adam . . . . Fragment, unintelligible.
[Herts.]A. 1095. Grant by . . . . to Robert de Berwedon, chaplain, of a moor in . . . . Witnesses:— . . . . vicar of Cestrehunt, John la More, and others (named). Two fragments.
[York.]A. 1096. Demise by Robert de Lepington to Simon Smith (Fabro), and Alice his wife, of land in Lepington, situate as described. Witnesses:—Lady Scolastica de Me[lsa], John Fraunceys, and others (named). Very much damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1097. Grant by . . . ., son of Hugh de Brok, to William de Montagu and Elizabeth his wife, of all his lands and tenements in 'la Cuntasse Hyde,' in La[ngley Abbots]. Witnesses:—Humphrey de Beauchamp, John de la Mare, of Gersindon, Nicholas de Whathamsted, and others (named). Carsinton, co. Oxford, Monday next after St. Hilary, 30 Edward I. Two fragments.
[Herts.]A. 1098. Grant by Ralph de Loke [?] to Peter de Preston, of London, of land in Braghingg, situate as described. Witnesses:—John Fraunceys, Adam Pittman, and others (named). . . . . next after St. Margaret the Virgin, . . . . Edward [III.]. Very much damaged.
[Herts.]A. 1099. Grant by Walter . . . . to . . . alicer and Katherine his wife, of land in . . . . . Bishops Hatfield, Monday . . . . . . . . Fragment.
[Herts.]A. 1100. Grant by Nicholas, son of Daniel de Wydeford, to Reginald de Esthall, son of Otuel, of the tenement which the said Otuel and Roger the Cook (Cokus), his father, held of Nicholas' father in Wydeford, with the advowson of the church there. Witnesses:—Sir Nigel, rector of the said church, Otuel the Chaplain of Esthall, Philip de Esthall, clerk, and others (named). Damaged.