Deeds
A.1301 - A.1400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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147-157

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'Deeds: A.1301 - A.1400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 147-157. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64205 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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A.1301 - A.1400

[Hunt.]A. 1301. Release by Roger Godfrey, of Nedyngworth, cousin and heir of Alice Peris, late wife of John Peris, to Thomas Pay, Henry Talle, and Thomas Degill of a messuage and land in Nedyngworth which were lately the said Alice's, and which he, together with Pay, Talle, Degill, and others (named) had by feoffment of Thomas, son and heir of John Pulter, late of St. Ives. Thursday after St. Anne, 34 Henry VI.
[Kent.]A. 1302. Grant by Walter de Eure, citizen of London, to William Sumpter, of Newenton, of nine "daywercas" of his garden with trees and all other appurtenances in Newenton. Witnesses:—Nicholas de la Gare, Robert de Renham, Saher Crevequer, and others (named). Newenton, Thursday the feast of St. Mary Magdalene, 13 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1303. Grant by Richard du Lay, of Overton Longevill, to Master John Trivet, rector of Fletton, of all his lands and tenements in Overton Longevill. Witnesses:—John Cardoun, Robert le Moigne, and others (named). Wednesday before St. Gregory, 9 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1304. Grant by Thomas Pollard, of Somersham, and Rose his wife, to John Pulter and John Makesey, of St. Ives, William Gillour, of Stanton, and John Pycot, of Hicchen, of all their lands, &c., in Nydyngworth and Halywell. Saturday in Pentecost week, 4 Henry V.
[Cornw.]A. 1305. Grant by Odo de Herchecoth to John son of Robert, for his homage and service, and for 15s. and a palfrey, of an acre of land in Trevowein and half an acre in Trevarderch at yearly rents of 2s. and 12d. respectively. Witnesses:—Robert de Kardinan, Jervase de Hornicot, Alan de Landa, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1306. Grant by John le Haukere, of St. Ives, to his brother Nicholas, son of Simon le Haukere, of a messuage and croft [in St. Ives]. Witnesses:—William Mowyn, of Hyrst, Roger Noreis, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1307. Demise by Richard le Ery, of Niddingworth, to Joan, daughter of Ralph de Niddingworth, of land in Niddingworth, situate as described, for seven years from Michaelmas, 9 Edward II. September 29, 9 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1308. Release by William le Eyr, of Niddyngworth, to Sir Simon, abbot of Ramsey, of all his title to a certain portion of a messuage and land in Niddingworth, which he had by demise of Richard le Eyr, a "nativus" of the said abbey. St. Ives, Tuesday before St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1309. Demise by Sir Simon, abbot of Ramsey, to Robert de Swathefeld and Emma his wife, of the land in St. Ives that Richard le Eyr, of Niddyngworth, formerly held, for term of their lives, paying 5s. yearly; with reversion to the abbey at their decease. St. Ives, Wednesday after St. Ambrose the Bishop, 10 Edward II. Two seals.
[Hunt.]A. 1310. Grant by Richard le Eyr to William le Eyr, and Mariota his wife, all of Niddingworth, of a 'placea' with the house built thereon, and other land in Niddingworth, for a certain sum of money which they gave him in his need. St. Ives, Michaelmas, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1311. Release by the same to the same, of the above premises in Niddingworth [see A. 1310]. St. Ives, Michaelmas, 10 Edward II.
Hunt.A. 1312. Grant by William Pekke, of Wodehyrste, co. Huntingdon, and John Pekke his son, to William Congerton, Laurence Merton, John Mynstrechaumbre, John Feeld, and Thomas Pulter, of all their lands, &c., in Wodehyrste, Halywell, Nydyngworth, Slepe, and St. Ives, which lately were commonly called 'Cok Halywells londs,' and before that 'Chambreleyns londs.' Wodehyrste, 24 August, 17 Edward IV.
Hunt.A. 1313. Agreement whereby John de Lancastre and Mabil his wife demise to Sir Robert, abbot of Ramsey, their manor of Woldhirst, with a messuage and 15 acres there that Alice Dikoun holds for her life, which after her death revert to John and Mabil, and the yearly rent of 14d. that Alice owes for the said tenement, for term of Mabil's life; and also a toft in Ramsey; the abbey paying therefor 10l. yearly, and to John a robe with fur of the suit worn by the abbot's esquires. Ramsey, Sunday after the Purification, 17 Edward III. Portions of two seals.
[Hunt.]A. 1314. Grant by William Brekespere, and Joan his wife, to Walter Pedefer, son of Richard Pedefer, of land in Upwode, lying in a field at Fabianisphichtel, situate as described. Witnesses:—Benedict Wrau, of Ramsey, Stephen Provost, then bailiff of Ramsey, and others (named). Ramsey, Monday, Christmas Eve, 18 Edward II. Two seals.
[Hunt.]A. 1315. Grant by William Hotost, of Woldweston, and Agnes his wife, to Sirs William de Corton and Robert de Burgh, clerks, of all their lands, tenements, and rents in Woldweston, together with the reversion of lands and rents held or paid by the tenants named herein. Witnesses: —Sir Robert de Hotost, of Clopton, knt., John Lord, of Leighton, John Cardoun, of Winewik, and others (named). Wednesday the morrow of the Assumption, 3 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1316. Grant by Madio, son of Adam Howin, of Weston, to William, son of Hugh de Elinton, for five marcs, of a messuage and croft in Weston which he holds of Fulc son of Richard, and of land there, situate as described, paying yearly a halfpenny to Madio, and to Fulc son of Richard two capons and two hens. Witnesses:—William de Wichenton, Ralph de Stivecley, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1317. Deed of sale by William Bysschoppeston, knt., to Henry Lench, of Wych, of all trees and underwood growing in his wood, called 'Peytosgrove,' at Waresley, for 14 marcs a year; Lench undertaking to keep the wood properly enclosed and perform other covenants. 9 April, 12 Henry VI, Portion of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1318. Grant by William de Waldis, for the souls of himself, Emma his wife, his ancestors, and successors, to Hugh, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of all his messuages, lands, and rents in Waldweston, Brininthon, and Bythern, as specified herein, paying the rents stated. Witnesses:—Sirs William le Moyne, then sheriff of Huntingdon, and Symon de Copmaneford, knts., Walter de Burgh, Hugh le Moyne, Master Gilbert de Wepstede, and others (named). [A.D. 1259.]
[Hunt.]A. 1319. Final concord between Hugh abbot of Ramsey, plaintiff, by William le Chamberleyn, provost, and William de Waldis, deforciant, whereby the latter warrants to the former the lands, &c., specified in Woldweston, Bryninton, and Byderne, according to his grant thereof [see A. 1318]; and the abbot grants the premises to William, and Emma his wife, for their lives at a yearly rent of 7s. 6d. Westminster, the Octave of St. Hilary, 44 Henry III.
[Hunt.]A. 1320. Grant by William Jardyn, of Heygthmundegrave, to Simon Attecros, of Ramsey, and Marsilia his wife, of a messuage lying in 'le Whyte,' Ramsey, situate as described. Witnesses:—Benedict Wrau, William Brekespere, and others (named). Ramsey, Thursday the feast of St. Hilary, 16 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1321. Release by the same to the same, of the above messuage in Ramsey. Witnesses as in A. 1320. Ramsey, Saturday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 16 Edward II.
[Hunt]A. 1322. Grant by Marsilia, late wife of Simon Attecros, to Simon Attecros her son, of the above messuage in Ramsey [see A. 1320, 1321]. Ramsey, Monday before the Purification, 8 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1323. Agreement whereby Michael, son of Michael de Wauton, tenant of two carucates of land in Waulton, quitclaims such land to Hugh, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey; in return for which the abbot gives him 20 marcs, 15 quarters of wheat, and a palfrey, and allows him to hold the land of the abbey by knight service, with the exceptions stated, on certain specified conditions. Witnesses:—Master Geoffrey, dean of Lenn, William de Wicheton, then steward, Simon, parson of Waulton, and others (named). Monday after Trinity, in St. Andrew's Chapel, Ramsey. [A.D. 1254–1267.] Seal broken.
[Hunt.]A. 1324. Demise by William de Hotot to Adam Robat, both of Woldwestone, of land in Woldwestone, situate as described, for term of both their lives; and grant by the same to the same of two crops off land that Eadmund de Hotot, his father, formerly granted to Adam for term of his (Eadmund's) life. Sunday before St. Gregory the Pope, 1 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1325. Release by Agnes, late wife of William Hotot, of Woldweston, to Robert, abbot of Ramsey, and the convent there, of all the lands, &c., in Woldweston that were her late husband's, and a yearly corrody and dress she was wont to receive from the abbey. Broughton, Friday the feast of St. Mark the Evangelist, 17 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1326. Grant by Hugh, son and heir of John de Hekeney, to John de Boys and Roger Attewode, all of Wardeboys, of a messuage and land in Wardeboys, with the reversion of messuages and lands which Amice de Hekeney, and Cristiana his mother, hold of him as dower for their lives, and other reversions there. Sunday before the Purification, 14 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1327. Grant by John Chambyrleyn, of St. Ives, to Roger Wygthe, Matilda his wife, and William his son, of Wodehyrst, of a messuage and land in Wodehyrst, situate as described. Sunday after the Apostles Peter and Paul, 15 Richard II.
[Hunt.]A. 1328. Grant by William Flote, of Ramsey, to Thomas, son of John le Cook, 'Fisshere,' and Henry, son of John le Cook, of Hadenham, of two messuages in Ramsey lying in 'le Wyghte,' situate as described. Thursday after Holy Trinity, 23 Edward III., and 10th year of his reign over France.
[Hunt.]A. 1329. Grant by William, son of John Miller, of Ramsey, to John Grytford, of the same place, of the third part of a messuage in Ramsey and the reversion of the other two parts after Emma Miller's death, together with the reversion of lands in Heytmondgrove and Wistowe. Ramsey, Whitsunday, 6 Richard II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 1330. Grant by Robert de Kendale, of Nassington, to Nicholas de Everwyk, clerk, and Robert de Haisand of the annual rent of 40l. issuing out of the lands, &c., in Woldhurst that were formerly William Mowyn's, which Robert, son of Robert de Thorp, knight, granted to Philip de Brampton, chaplain, deceased, and himself, with clauses for distress, &c. Woldhirst, Sunday the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 23 Edward III. French.
[Hunt.]A. 1331. Demise by Richard de Molesworth, of Woldhyrst, to Ivo, son of Thomas de Woldhyrst, and Cecilia his wife, for 40s. given him "in mea magna necessitate," of land in Woldhyrst and St. Ives, for 20 years from Michaelmas, 22 Edward I., at a yearly rent of 20s. 12d. Witnesses:— Henry de Cotenham, Ralph le Noreys, Henry le Eyr, and others (named). 22 Edward I.
[Hunt.]A. 1332. Demise by William, son of Eadmund de Hothot, to Geoffrey de la Chapele, of Tichemersh, and Joan his wife, of all his land in Woldweston and Brynton for 10 years from Michaelmas next at a yearly rent of 23s., at the end of which term they will pay 100s. to William, his heirs or assigns. Other covenants specified. The grantor acknowledges he has received the farm for the first five of the above 10 years. Witnesses:— Sir Robert de Hothot, knight, and others (named). Woldweston, Friday before the Annunciation, 2 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1333. Release by Thomas, son of Thomas de Elingtone, to Sir John de Mortone, chaplain, and Richard his brother, of land in Heyhdmundegrove by Ramsey, situate as described. Witnesses:—Sir John le Messager, chaplain, of Heyhdmundegrove, and others (named). Monday the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Edward III.
[Herts.]A. 1334. Grant by Nicholas le Maystre, and Amabilia his wife, to Thomas de Leukenhore of an annual rent of 10s. that Richard de Mussegros gave them, issuing from a tenement in Westmelne that Peter Bussel once held. Witnesses:—Brian de Trocking, Theobald de Westmelne, clerk, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1335. Grant by William Mayster to Agnes de Wardeboys and Beatrice le Coupere of all his goods and chattels wheresoever found. Heythmundegrove, St. John the Baptist's day, 23 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1336. Grant by Alice, daughter of Walter Graunfrey, of Heytmundegravc, widow, to Nicholas le Freman and Cristina his wife, of all her portion of a messuage in Heytmundegrave, which has descended to her on the death of John Graunfrey her brother, together with the dower of the same when it falls in. Witnesses:—Robert le Wodeward, William le Mayster, and others (named). Sunday, the feast of St. Valentine the Martyr, 4 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 1337. Grant by Matilda, relict of Robert Beaumeys, of Ramsey, to Sir Gilbert the Chaplain (Capellano), living in Ramsey, and Robert Hunte, of Ramsey, of a messuage with garden and "polyerd" adjoining in 'le Briggestrat,' Ramsey, situate as described, which he had by feoffment of Walter de Kendale and John Pakerel. Witnesses:—Benedict Wraw, and others (named). Ramsey, Sunday, the Assumption, 18 Edward III., and the 5th year of his reign over France.
[Hunt.]A. 1338. Grant by Agnes, daughter of the late William le Plomer, of Ramsey, to Robert Chastede, clerk, of Ramsey, and Juliana his wife, for 14s., of the fourth part of a messuage in Ramsey between the stone and wooden bridges, which her father and Emma her mother bought of Robert's ancestors, which fourth part descended to her at her father's death. Witnesses:—Elyas Reyner, then provost, of Ramsey, and others (named). St. Katherine the Virgin's day, 22 Edward I.
[Hunt.]A. 1339. Grant by Alexander de Ramsey to Richard de Eskecot, of the meadow that Nicholas Chaplain held of him in Ramsey, situate as described. Witnesses:—Hugh le Bigot, Thomas and Randulph de Braham, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1340. Grant by John Wermyngton, cellarer of Ramsey, to Thomas and William Herte, of the pasture in Wyken and Calvcroft that John Ferme and John Wyndill lately held by copy; to hold from Michaelmas next for their lives, at the lord's will, according to the custom of the manor, paying the cellarer of Ramsey 13s. 4d. yearly for the same. February, 30th year of abbot John Stowe.
[Hunt.]A. 1341. Release by Robert Rokysdon, "litteratus," and John Sewale, chaplain, of Halywelle, to Robert Claydon, chaplain, of a messuage and lands in Halywelle and Nedynworth, which they had jointly with the said Claydon. Halywelle, 6 June, 5 Henry V. Injured.
[Hunt.]A. 1342. Letters of attorney of Hugh de Bliye and Alice his wife, daughter of Robert Peyntour, of Ramsey, empowering John Lavander, chaplain, of Ramsey, to deliver seisin to John Macons, chaplain, of Wyvelingham, of a messuage and land in Ramsey, as in the grant thereof is contained. Norwich, St. Andrew the Apostle's day, 42 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1343. Release by William le Waleys, and Joan his wife, to Sir Hugh, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, for 10s., of land in Suthlyngedon park. Witnesses:—Sir Richard son of Ralph, knt, at that time coroner, Nicholas de Booll', John de la Mare, and others (named). [A.D. 1254–1267.]
[Hunt.]A. 1344. Grant by Ralph de Stivecley to Ramsey Abbey of all the land he has assarted, situate between the old assarted land he holds of Ramsey and the common of pasture of the town, &c. Witnesses:— William de Wicheton, then steward, William Mowin, William Paris, William de Roucebi, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1345. Grant by Robert Bretoun to Robert le Ferour, and Joan his wife, of land in Ramsey fields, situate as described. Ramsey, Wednesday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 13 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A, 1346. Grant by Henry de Ravele to Hugh Arneborou, and Alice his wife, of a messuage in 'le Wygthte,' Ramsey, situate as described, paying therefor yearly 6d. to the cellarer of Ramsey, and ½d. to the great altar of St. Mary in the chapel of the Virgin Mary, Ramsey Abbey. Saturday after SS. Tiburcius and Valerian, Martyrs, 2 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1347. Grant by Alice, relict of Symon Pollard, of Ramsey, to Robert de Peterborough, clerk "de infirmaria" of Ramsey, and Amice her daughter, of land in Ramsey, situate as described. Sunday, the morrow of the Epiphany, 30 Edward I.
[Hunt.]A. 1348. Grant by Sarra, another daughter of the late William le Plomer, to Robert Chastede, of Ramsey, clerk, and Juliana his wife, of her fourth part in the messuage mentioned in A. 1338. Witnesses as in A. 1338, Elyas Reyner being described as "bailiff of Ramsey." Prid. Kal. August, 22 Edward I.
[Hunt.]A. 1349. Grant by John, son of Peter le Barkere, of Ramsey, to Sirs Simon de Glyntone and Thomas le Pelettier, clerks, of a messuage in Ramsey, situate as described. Sunday after St. Martin, 12 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 1350. Demise by Richard Pedefer to Alice his mother, for her life, of a tenement in Briggestrate, Ramsey, situation described, at a yearly rent of 7d. Witnesses:—William Gerveys, Benedict Wrau, and others (named). Ramsey, Friday after St. Mark the Evangelist, 5 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1351. Grant by William, son of Peter Russessone, of Enemeth, to Edmund de Oxendon, for 20s., of a portion of his messuage in 'le Briggestrate,' Ramsey, of the size and situation specified, and also of a portion of the said messuage to increase Edmund's garden. Witnesses:—Master Philip de Sautre, William Gerveys, and others (named). Ramsey, Sunday, the Purification, 2 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 1352. Agreement concluded between Alice, relict of Sewall de Heningfeld, and Hugh, abbot of Ramsey, concerning a tenement which Sewall formerly held in Lausell of the fee of the said abbot, with the whole of which Alice asserted she was dowered at the church door, by a charter of the said Sewall which she produced. On inspecting the charter the abbot granted the whole of the tenement to Alice for life, she undertaking to pay the abbot yearly 20s., at each of the four usual terms, beginning St. Andrew's day next, for eight years. Witnesses:—Master Martin de la Brache, Geoffrey de St. Edmund, Master Gilbert de Weppested, and others (named). Ramsey, St. Leonard's day, 44 Henry III.
Annexed: Chirograph containing duplicate of the above.
[Hunt.]A. 1353. Grant by William Gardener, of Westderham, Norfolk, brother and heir of John Welles, chaplain, to Richard Scot, clerk, John Barkere and John Skynnere, chaplains, of two messuages in Ramsey that Welles, with others, had by feoffment of Robert Pope, of Ramsey, chaplain. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Styvecle and Thomas Warton, knts., and others (named). The Invention of Holy Cross, 8 Henry V.
[Conrw.]A. 1354. Grant by Oger de Kernyk to Walter de la Medeschol of all his lands, &c, in Deugoys juxta Trowythian. Tretherf, Sunday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 13 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1355. Release by Walter de Witewelle and Juliana his wife to William de Gomecestre, abbot of Ramsey, for 20s., of land in Bokesworthe that Robert, son of Symeon de Bokesworth, holds of the abbot at a yearly rent of 2s. 6d. Witnesses:—William de Bokesworthe and Robert de Conington, knts., Walter de Papeworth, Nicholas Saucheverel, of Elisworthe, and others (named). [A.D. 1267–1285.]
[Hunt.]A. 1356. Release by John, son of John Clerk, of Laushill, to Ramsey Abbey and Henry de Norhamton, then chamberlain there, in a full court at Brocton, for 42s. given him in his great need, of the land that formerly belonged to Robert son of Ambrose in Laushill. Witnesses:— Sirs William Mowyn and William de Heynefeld, knts., Sir Flavian de Laushill, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1357. Grant by John, son of Ivo de Ramsey, to Sir Ranulph, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of land in Ramsey situate as described, and of yearly rents for land held there, viz. 6d. from Custance his sister, 2d. from Reyner de Celario, and 2d. from Isabel bis mother-in-law. Witnesses:— Bartholomew and Robert de Wardeboys, Walter de Rydeman, and others (named). [A.D. 1231–1253.]
[Herts.]A. 1358. Release by Peter, son of Thomas de Sanford, to John, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 12d., of a pair of gloves they pay him yearly for land they hold of him in Westmelne. Witnesses: —Sirs John de Scalariis, John Baard, and Robert de la Rokele, knts., John de Marines, and others (named). St. Mark the Evangelist, 42 Henry III.
[Hunt.]A. 1359. Grant by Petronilla, late wife of John de Temisford, to Sir Gilbert de Warrewik, chaplain, of a toft in Heyghtmundegrave situate as described. Heyghtmundgrave, Monday the morrow of the Annunciation, 21 Edward III., and the 8th year of his reign over France.
York.A. 1360. Deed of sale by John Wellisburne, an esquire of the King's body, to Leonard Bekwith, of Stillingfleit, co. York, of 4 meses, four tofts, and closes in Moreby called 'Gossostecroft,' 'Haverlands,' 'Brigfeld,' 'Shawfeld,' 'the Southfeld,' 'the Southgrene,' 'Newriddyng,' 'Stokkisriddyng,' 'Burnehyrst,' 'Old Ryddyng,' 'Mekill Carre,' 'Armetparke,' and 'Littilwodend,' and a wood called 'the Southgaile,' for 100l., to be paid as herein specified. 12 February, 20 Henry VIII. Seal. English.
[Hunt.]A. 1361. Grant by Nicholas le Carter to William Clervaus, son of Ranulph Clervaus, of part of a messuage in 'le Briggestrate,' Ramsey, of the size and situation specified. Witnesses:—William Gerveys, Benedict Wrau, and others (named). Thursday before the Annunciation, 19 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 1362. Final concord made in the court of John abbot of Ramsey, before Reginald de Castre, prior of Ramsey, and William de Wassingel', Justice, whereby John Tusceynz, of Ramsey, and Joan his wife, deforciants, for 40s., quitclaimed to Robert le Ferrour and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, a messuage in Ramsey. Smithescroft, Friday after St. Mathias the Apostle, 4 Edward II., and the 25th year of abbot John.
[Hunt]A. 1363. Grant by Philip de Clarvall to Ranulph, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of the lands, messuages, and rents specified in Little Raveley, Broucton, Kings Ripton, Rokesgrave, Heytmundegrave, and Ramsey, for the souls of himself, Emma his wife, and his ancestors. Witnesses:—Simon de Houcton, then sheriff of Huntingdon, Sirs Walter de Wassingele, Simon [?de Sumer]ford, John Moywn, John de Clarvall, Walter Chamberlain, Alexander Monk, knts., and others (named). [36–37 Henry III.]
[Hunt.]A. 1364. Grant by Edward Parker to Walter Taylard, John Bekeswell, William Castel, and John Person, of all his lands, &c., in Ripton Abbots. 10 August, 6 Henry VI.
Hunt.A. 1365. Grant by John de Wauton, William Payn, parson of Bucworth, Richard Ramesholt, of St. Ives, Richard Maister, vicar of Styvecle Magna (Great Stukeley), and Nicholas de Styvecle, to Juliana, late wife of John Manduyst, of Wermenstre, knt., for her life, of the manors of Great Raveley, Sautre, Giddyngg, Ludyngton, and Roweye, and all lands, &c., in co. Huntingdon, which they had by feoffment of William .Moigne, of Great Raveley, knt., with remainder after her death to the said Moigne. Great Raveley, Sunday in the first week of Lent, 45 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1366. Release by Agnes de Hemmingford, late wife of Thomas de Acolt, to the almoner of Ramsey, of a messuage in Ramsey, situate as described. Witnesses:—Simon de Herdwik, then steward, and Elyas, then provost of Ramsey, Stephen de Winton, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1367. Grant by John le Fyscher to Adam Wyot, both of St. Ives, of messuages and lands in St. Ives, Sclepe, Niddyngworth, and Hemyngford de Grey, situate as described. St. Ives, Thursday next after St. Hilary, 5 Edward III.
York.A. 1368. Grant by Richard Redman, of Thorneton, co. York, to Brian Hurleston, of Barwicke, co. Lancaster, of a yearly rent of 40s. issuing out of his messuages and lands in Bentam [?], for three years from the feast of St. Laurence next, with clause for distress in case of non-payment. 25 March, 4 Edward VI.
[Hunt.]A. 1369. Release by Stephen de Houghton to John, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of the "placea" in 'le Bryggestrate,' Ramsey, which he had by feoffment of John de Temesford, situate as described. Witnesses:—William de Wassingle, the elder, John de Claris Vallibus, Stephen le Porter, of Ramsey, and others (named). Ramsey, Tuesday the feast of St. Hilary, 3 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 1370. Grant by Robert Pedefer and Margaret his wife to Sir Gilbert de Warewyk, chaplain, and Master John de Glatton, of a messuage in 'le Briggestrate,' Ramsey, situate as described, paying therefor yearly 6d. to the chamberlain of Ramsey, and 1d. to the brethren of the Hospital of Jerusalem. Witnesses:—Simon Whitingale, Hugh de London, then bailiff [of Ramsey], and others (named), Ramsey, the feast of St. Nicholas, 30 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1371. Grant by John Baron, of Ramsey, the abbot's chamberlain, to Sirs William de Corton and Robert de Burgh, clerks, of the land in Upwode that he bought of Richard Tedbold, of Isilham, situate as described. Witnesses:—William Clervaux, of Upwode, and others (named). Ramsey, 28 December, 6 Edward III.
[Herts.]A. 1372. Grant by Peter son of Ro[bert], to Walclin de Sancto Edmundo, of a third part of two acres in a croft called 'Lankefeld,' in Cestehunt, situate as described on the road to St. Albans. Witnesses:— Thomas Chamberlain, John de Kersebrooc, and others (named). Injured.
[Hunt.]A. 1373. Grant by Henry de Orwelle, chaplain, to John Bokesworth, of Ramsey, and Alice his wife, of a messuage in 'le Briggestrate,' Ramsey, situate as described. Witnesses:—Hugh de London, bailiff [of Ramsey], and others (named). Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 35 Edward III.
Hunt.A. 1374. Grant by John Bradyle and Agnes Clervaux, his wife, one of the heirs of William Clervaux, deceased, to John de Bokesworth and Alice Clervaux, his wife, sister of the said Agnes, of that portion of a certain messuage in 'le Briggestrate,' Ramsey, situate as described, that descended to Agnes on her father's death, with all goods and chattels therein. Ramsey, 8 May, 25 Edward III.
[ ]A. 1375. Release by John, son of John de Barton, to Hugh, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of fields called 'Bakeworthe' and 'le Hacche,' in Barton. Witnesses:—Sir Richard, son of Ralph the Coroner, Bartholomew de Bray, Robert de Norwode, John de la Mare, and others (named). [A.D. 1254–1267.]
[ ]A. 1376. Release by Gilbert de Warewyk, chaplain, and Master John de Glatton to the abbot and convent of Ramsey, and the warden of the greater chapel of St. Mary there, of the tenement which they had by feoffment of Robert Pedefer and Margaret his wife [locality not stated], to maintain a light in the said chapel. Ramsey, feast of St. Lucy the Virgin, 31 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1377. Grant by Richard Curteys, of Ramsey, to Henry de Ravele and John, his son, of a portion of a tenement in 'la Whygthe,' Ramsey, situate as described. Witnesses:—Benedict Wrau, John de Lecheworth, and others (named). Ramsey, Sunday after St. Valentine's day, 10 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1378. Grant by Thomas Tychemersch and Alice his wife to John Wayte, chaplain, and Henry Parker, all of Ramsey, of a messuage in 'le magna Wygth,' Ramsey, situate as described. Ramsey, the feast of Corpus Christi, 20 Henry VI.
[Hunt.]A. 1379. Grant by Roger de St. Ives to Alice, his daughter, of the messuage that was Edelina the Nun's in Ramsey, which he held of Geoffrey, son of Simon Chamberlain, of whom Alice is to hold it at a yearly rent of 12d. Witnesses:—Sir Godfrey the Chaplain, of Ramsey, Baldric de St. Ives, William de Malmesbury, Geoffrey de Vinea, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1380. Grant by William Molt to Nicholas Mite and Alice his wife, all of Ramsey, of a messuage in 'le Wighte,' Ramsey, situate as described, paying 6d. yearly to the cellarer of Ramsey. Sunday after Michaelmas, 37 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1381. Release by Joan Bygge, formerly wife of William Roleg, to Peter de Overe and May his wife, of a portion of a tenement and 'fenyard' in Bryggestrate, Ramsey, situate as described. Wednesday before Palm Sunday, 22 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1382. Grant by Sir Robert Pope, of Ramsey, chaplain, to Sir John Wellys, of Ramsey, chaplain, Thomas Hildegar, and Sir John Chedele, chaplain, both of Alkemundebury, of three messuages in 'le Whighte,' Ramsey, situate as described. Monday after St. Katherine the Virgin, 2 Henry IV.
[Hunt.]A. 1383. Grant by John Clerevaus, of Upwode, to Adam le Lavender, of Ramsey, of a portion of a meadow which he had by feoffment of Robert Fesant, and a footpath of the extent and situation specified [locality not mentioned]. Ramsey, Thursday after the Apostles Philip and James, 1 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 1384. Grant by Hugh the Clerk, of Ramsey, to Engeram Brewer (Braciatori) of the messuage that Henry his brother granted to Engeram, paying therefor 12d. yearly, and saving to them such 'hospicium' as knights of the honor of Ramsey ought to have. Witnesses:—Thomas de Theref', knt., Geoffrey de Wincestre, William de Malmesbiri, Simon Brewer, Thomas Blunt, Geoffrey de Vinea, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 1385. Grant by Martin Galien, of Hapesburgh, to Matilda, daughter of Henry de Sallic', of Clipisby, late wife of Henry, Martin's son, for her life, by way of dower, of all his lands, &c., in Wymundham, except the dower of Mariota late wife of John, brother of Martin; for which grant Matilda releases to Martin his lands in Hapesburgh from all claim for dower on her part. Witnesses:—Hervey de Redham, Robert de Marham, Bartholomew de Pikeringbi, Stephen Basset, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1386. Agreement whereby Thomas Caunvyll grants to John his son, and Alice his wife, and their children, all his possessions in Heightmondegrove, Bury, Ramsey, and Upwode (as by the grant thereof made more fully appears), they finding the said Thomas fitting board for his life, giving him the best chamber in the messuage at Heightmondegrove, and paying him 20s. yearly. If it happen the said Thomas does not approve of the board provided for him, he shall receive 40s. yearly instead thereof. 15 August, 13 Richard II. Much injured.
York.A. 1387. Grant by Robert Langton, of Netherlunde in Londesdale, co. York, to Christopher Merton, of Gargrave, co. York, of the capital messuage of Netherlunde aforesaid with its appurtenances, to the use of Clara Merton, daughter of Christopher, for her life, and to other purposes specified in indentures made between the parties relative to a marriage between the said Clara (or other relation of Christopher) and Nicholas, son and heir of Thomas, son and heir of the said Robert Langton. 22 May, 35 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Note of witnesses at the signing and delivery hereof at the above date, in Clapham Church, and also of the delivery of seisin of the premises, 2 June, 35 Henry VIII.
[Hunt.]A. 1388. Grant by Ralph Pech and Margaret le Messager, his wife, for 6s. 8d., to Robert Chaceden, of Ramsey, clerk, and Juliana his wife, for their lives, of the portion of a certain messuage in the Wythta, Ramsey, that Ralph le Messager (Nuncius) and Margery his wife formerly bought of Robert's predecessors; of the extent and situation described. Ramsey, St. Leonard the Confessor's day, 26 Edward 1.
[Hunt.]A. 1389. Release by John de Wellis, chaplain, to John Somersham, both of Ramsey, of a messuage in 'le White,' Ramsey, situate as described, which they two lately had by feoffment of William Pudifer and William, son of the said Somersham. Ramsey, 1 April, 15 Richard II.
[Hunt.]A. 1390. Grant by Yvo Smith (Faber) to Augustine, son of Philip de Jardino, for 14s., of a messuage in Ramsey opposite the great gate of the abbey. Witnesses:—Sir William de Wichinton, then steward of Ramsey, Geoffrey de Wintonia, Thomas Jassede, John de Clarisvallibus, William de Burgh, parson of Overe, and others (named). Injured.
[Hunt.]A. 1391. Release by John Unfrey, son and heir of John Unfrey, of Wardeboys, to John de Temisforte and Petronilla his wife, of a messuage in 'le Brigestrate,' Ramsey, situate as described. Sunday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 8 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1392. Grant by Ralph Amur and Alice his wife to Ralph de Mortone, clerk, of six acres of land called 'Northwode' in Ramsey, situate as described; in exchange for which Mortone has given them the messuage he formerly bought of Symon Segge, and 5 marcs. Witnesses:—Symon de Elesworthe, William de Rydeman, Stephen de Kyngesdelf, all of Heitmundegrave, and others (named). Ramsey, the Annunciation, 24 Edward I.
[Hunt.]A. 1393. Grant by Richard de la Grene, chaplain, to John Rose and Alice his wife, all of Ramsey, of a messuage in Ramsey, lying against 'le Grene,' of the extent and situation specified. Saturday after St. James the Apostle, 36 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 1394. Licence to Robert, son of Walter de Sawtre, and John de Sutton to alienate and grant one messuage, three mills, and 40 acres of land in Bernewell and Crowethorp to the abbot and convent of Ramsey, in consideration of a fine paid by the said abbot. Walsingham, 2 February, 33 [Edward] I. Enrolled and allowed before G[eoffrey] le Scrope and his companions in eyre at Northampton, 3 Edward III.
[Kent.]A. 1395. Release by John, son of Henry Shouke, of Leesnez, to William ate Wode, of Earehethe, of the lands, &c., which ought to revert to him after the death of Margaret, William's wife, in the parish of Leesnez. Witnesses:—Richard de Kelsterne, bailiff there [at Rochester], and others (named). Rochester, 4 May, 45 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1396. Grant by Philip Top, of Ramsey, to Walter de Hereford, of a "placia" with the house built thereon in Brigstrate, Ramsey, size and situation described; and annual rents of 7d., 2d., and 6d., payable by Richard le Revere, Robert Grubbe, and Walter Sutor, respectively. Witnesses:—John de Sulegrave, John de Beaumis, John de W[i]mebodesham, then provost of Ramsey, Richard Chasede, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1397. Grant by William de Selleby, of Walton, and Philip Dor, of Benewik, to William Chacede, of Ramsey, and Emma his wife, of three messuages in Ramsey, situate as described. Ramsey, Sunday after St. Valentine's day, 12 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 1398. Grant by Beatrice, daughter of the late Sarle Kote, to Emma her daughter, of the moiety of a messuage in Ramsey, of the extent and situation specified, paying therefore 1d. yearly to the cellarer of Ramsey. Witnesses:—John Norman, Robert and Simon Chacede, Hugh Dunch, William and Roger le Redeman, and others (named).
[Hunt.]A. 1399. Letters of attorney of William Gardener, of Westderham, Norfolk, empowering William Claxton and John Crispe, of Ramsey, to give seisin to Richard Scot, clerk, John Barkere, and John Skynnere, chaplain, of two messuages in Ramsey. The Invention of Holy Cross, 8 Henry V.
[Surr.]A. 1400. Exemplification by the prior and chapter of Christchurch, Canterbury, of the deed of foundation of two chantries in Christchurch by Edward, Prince 6f Wales, on his marriage with Lady Joan, Countess of Kent; to support which he grants his manor of Faukeshalle, near London, to the prior and convent. The Chapter House, Canterbury, 16 September 1362. Portion of the conventual seal.