Deeds
A.1601 - A.1700

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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184-199

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'Deeds: A.1601 - A.1700', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 184-199. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64208 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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A.1601 - A.1700

[Middx.]A. 1601. Release by Robert Martyn, white tawyer, citizen of London, and Matilda his wife, to the abbot and convent of St. Mary de Graciis by the Tower of London, of the above tenement with two shops, &c., in the parish of St. Botulph without Algate [see A. 1597], which they formerly acquired of Nicholas Longe and Alice his wife. 6 May, 41 Edward III. Two seals, injured.
[Middx.]A. 1602. Grant by Simon de Plaghe, leech and citizen of London, and Joan his wife, to William le Fourner, citizen and butcher, of the brewhouse with two shops, &c., situate as described in the parish of St. Botulph without Algate, which they had by grant of John Chaucer, vintner, and Agnes his wife. Henry Picard, then Mayor of London, Richard de Notyngham, and Thomas Dolsaly, sheriffs. 12 January, 30 Edward III. Two seals.
[Middx.]A. 1603. Grant by John Chaucer, citizen and vintner of London, and Agnes his wife, to Simon de Plaghe, and Joan his wife, of the above tenement with two shops, &c., in Algatestrete, London, St. Botolph's parish, which formerly belonged to Hamo de Copton, uncle of the said Agnes, to whom it descended on Hamo's death. Adam Fraunceys, then Mayor of London, John Lytle and William de Welde, sheriffs, Richard de Berkyng, alderman of that ward. Thursday, 3 April, 28 Edward III. Two seals of arms.
Endorsed: "These nine charters [A. 1595–1603] relate to a tenement in Algatestrete without Algate, London, in which Nicholas Sylvester, butcher, now lives, &c." These deeds are all endorsed as enrolled in the Hustings of London.
[Middx.]A. 1604. Will of Thomas Rycher, chaplain. Leaves 20s. for funeral expenses, 20s. to Holy Trinity the Great, London, and 3s. 4d. to each canon there; 20s. to John Rycher his cousin, to Margery and Lorissa Rycher, 13s. 4d., to Mabil and Matilda Rycher, 40s. Legacies to the prior of Holy Trinity, London, of the tenement with quay and vacant ground in the parish of St. Mary atte Hulle, &c.; and of money to all the orders of friars in London, and to his executors. London, Wednesday, the feast of St. Hilary, 1360. Two seals, one broken.
Endorsed: Note of probate, 9 February, 1361.
[Middx.]A. 1605. Grant by John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to William Vyel, citizen of London, of a yearly rent of 7s. issuing from a tenement in the parish of St. Augustine, by St. Paul's churchyard, in exchange for the grant to them by Vyel of a yearly rent of 5s. issuing from two shops in St. Mildred's parish in Bredstrate. If they cannot obtain this latter rent they may distrain on the tenement in St. Augustine's parish for the amount. Witnesses:—Nicholas Bat, Mayor of London, Richard Picard and John de Norhamton, sheriffs, and others (named). [38 Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1606. Release by William de Arderne, citizen of London, to Edmund de Hemenhale, citizen and mercer of London, of the two parts of a messuage, situate as described, in the parish of St. Margaret the Virgin at Lothbury, with which John his son lately enfeoffed the said Edmund, and also of a marc of annual rent issuing from another tenement as specified herein. John Hamound, then Mayor of London, Geoffrey de Wychingham and Thomas Legy, sheriffs, the same Thomas Legy being alderman of that ward. 18 July, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1607. Grant by William de Corringham, citizen of London, to Edmund, tailor (Cissori) and citizen of London, and Joan his wife, for 10 marcs, of a house in the parish of St. Katherine by Alegate, and four houses in the parish of St. Olave by the Tower of London; paying therefor respectively to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, 2s. and 6d. yearly, and to himself and his heirs a rose. Witnesses:—Sir John Bretoun, warden of London, Richard de Glovernia and Henry Box, sheriffs William de Hereford, alderman of that ward, and others (named). The morrow of the Purification, 23 Edward I.
[Middx.]A. 1608. Grant by Christopher Throkmerton, late son and heir of John Throkmerton, of co. Gloucester, and Anne his wife, late daughter and heir of John Scargyll, to John Manyngham, knt., and Edmund Burgh, of two messuages with shops, &c., in Algatestrete in the parish of St. Katherine Christchurch, London, formerly belonging to the said Scargyll, situate as described. John Mathewe, then Mayor of London Henry Cote and Robert Ryvell, sheriffs, Ralph Astry, alderman of Algatestrete ward. 1 February, 6 Henry VII. Injured.
[Middx.]A. 1609. Deed of sale by Thomas de Stanford and Richard Bacoun, executors of the will of William de Stanford, proved and enrolled at the Hustings of London Monday after the Apostles Philip and James 23 Edward III., to Luke de Schaldeford, of Essex, and John de Canefeld' chaplain, of a tenement that the testator had in the parish of St. Laurence, Candelewykestrete, London, situate as described. Richard de Kyselyngbery, Mayor of London, William de Wyrcestre and John Noot, sheriffs, Bartholomew Dewmars, alderman of that ward. Thursday after the Annunciation, 25 Edward III. Two seals.
[Middx.]A. 1610. Deed of sale by Juliana, late wife of Richard Bacon, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, and Richard Rothyng, citizen and stockfish monger, in execution of Bacon's will, proved and enrolled at the Hustings Monday after the Translation of St. Edward, King and Confessor, 37 Edward III., to Sir Robert Denton, chaplain, of a tenement that belonged to the testator in the parish of St. Laurence by Candelwykestrete, situate as described. John Notte, Mayor of London, Simon de Mordon, and John de Medeford, sheriffs, and Bartholomew Frestlyng, alderman of that ward. 15 October, 38 Edward III. Two seals.
[Middx.]A. 1611. Grant by Henry Wittauuiere to his wife Alice, daughter of Ailwin Hunne, of all his land and houses in the parish of St. Michael de Bassieshawe, paying 15s. yearly therefor to the canons of Holy Trinity, London. Witnesses:—William Illebode, Stephen, uncle of the said Alice, Turgis de Sancta Trinitate, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1612. Grant by Master William de Paris, surgeon, to Nuto Fouberti, and Burgensius his brother, citizens and merchants of Florence, for 40 marcs, of his land with the buildings thereon in Bradestrate, St. Olave's parish, situate as described, paying him yearly ½ lb. of pepper, and to the prior and convent of St. Saviours of Bermondsey, 2s. Witnesses:—Sir Gregory de Rokesle, Mayor of London, Ralph le Feure and Robert Darraz, sheriffs, William Bokerel, alderman of that ward, Sir Richard Taillehaste, rector of Tuyford church, and others (named). [5 Edward I.]
[Middx.]A. 1613. Grant by Richard de Exemue to John de Sterteford, citizen of London, for five marcs, of three shops with gardens adjoining in the parish of All Saints of Berkingechurche, situate as described. Witnesses:— Sirs Ralph de Sandwyco, Constable of the Tower and warden of the city of London, Fulk de Sancto Edmundo and Salomon Cultellar, sheriffs, John de Cantuaria, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [18 Edward I.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1614. Confirmation by Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey Alderman, of the grant made by Reginald, son of William de Hauvile, his grandson, to Salomon de Basing', of a rent of 8s. in the parish of St. Mary of Abechurch, issuing from land which was Hugh de Toting's; and of two shops in the parish of St. Mary of Arches, situate as described; which premises he warrants to Salomon, and "in contraplegium" thereof has alloted him his house in Colemannecherche parish, towards Alegate, and two houses in the parish of Wlnodmariecherch, situate as described; which three houses, in case of failure of such warranty, Salomon shall hold till Geoffrey or his heirs have secured to him 14s. 6d. quitrent. Witnesses:—Ern' son of Alulf, Ralph Alwy, Robert de Basing', and others (named). Seal, injured.
[Middx.]A. 1615. Grant by Thomas Cros, citizen of London, to Henry Lambyn, fishmonger of London, of a shop with two rooms, &c., in Bridge Street, London (in vico pontis London'), in St. Margaret's parish, size and situation described; paying yearly a rose to himself and his heirs and 4s. to the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London. Witnesses:—Thomas Romeyn, Mayor of London, James de Sancto Edmundo and Roger le Palmere, sheriffs, Geoffrey de Conductu, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [3 Edward II.]
[Middx.]A. 1616. Grant by William de Lauvare, citizen of London, to Eustace, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 40s., of a yearly rent of 4s. issuing from his tenement and houses in the parish of All Saints of Colemanecherche, situate as described. Witnesses:—John Adrian, Mayor of London, Henry le Waleys and Gregory de Rokesle, sheriffs, John de Norhamtone, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [55 Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1617. Grant by Robert, son of Robert Pinkeni, and Alice his wife, daughter of Reginald Tannur, to Ralph the Chaplain, son of Richard de Barsam, for six marcs and a gold ring, of land in St. Botulph's parish at Billingesgate, situate as described, at a yearly rent of 2s. Witnesses:— Ralph Sperleng, William Sare, Richard de Ho, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1618. Release by William Billok, cutler, and Margery his wife, daughter and heir of William Osebern, formerly citizen and barber of London, to William de Stanford, citizen of London, and William de Orlions, sharegrinder, of the tenement that was Osebern's by Ebbegate in the parish of St. Laurence of Candelewyk Strete, London, situate as described. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Farndon, Mayor of London, Adam de Sarum and John de Oxeneford, sheriffs, John de Preston, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Monday next after St. Martin in Winter, 17 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment at the Husting of London, 17 Edward II.
[Middx.]A. 1619. Surrender and release by Emma, daughter of Thomas de Essex, relict of the late Hugh Mason (Cementarii), to Sir William, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, for 3s., of the tenement she and her said late husband held of them in the parish of St. Katherine, in the courtyard of Holy Trinity, London. Witnesses:—William de Suffolch, potter, Richard de Chyngeford, potter, William de Ceringham, and others (named). St. Andrew's Day, 17 Edward I.
[Middx.]A. 1620. Assignment by Isabella, late wife of Nicholas de Bissopesgate, John Wilemyn, of Garscherche, Osbert Woolmonger (Lanarius), and William le Meguzer, in execution of the will of the said Nicholas, to E[ustace], the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of 5s. yearly rent which he left them by his will, issuing from the land and house that Bartholomew Cook (Cocus) held of him in the parish of St. Edburga the Virgin within Bissopesgate. Witnesses:—Sir Walter Hervi, Mayor of London, Walter le Poter and John Horn, sheriffs, Philip le Tailur, alderman, Robert de Coringeham, and others (named). July, 1 Edward I.
[Middx.]A. 1621. Release by Clemencia, daughter of Robert Blund, late wife of Richard de Hispania, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for six marcs, of 20s. rent which she had by gift of her said husband, issuing from a stone house with cellar and a dwelling house which Edmund Mercer once held, in the parish of St. Benedict Sorhog; and confirmation by the same of the grant that Peter, her son and heir, has made to the same canons. Witnesses:—William son of Benedict, alderman, Philip de Wynton, Ralph Blund, goldsmith, and others (named). [Edward I.]
[Middx.]A. 1622. Grant by John Bonaventur, goldsmith, son of William Bonaventur, to Amfrey de Beckenham, rector of the church of Hodleg', for four marcs, of the land in St. Michael's parish, Cornhull, which he had by grant of Andrew his brother—which descended to his father through Emma Bonaventur, his grandmother—of the fee of Holy Trinity, Loadon, and of the extent and situation specified; paying yearly to himself a rose, and to the chief lords of the fee 3s. Witnesses:—William son of Richard, Mayor of London, Thomas son of Thomas and William Gratefige,'sheriffs, Roger son of Roger, alderman of the ward, and others (named). [42 Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1623. Grant by Robert Saddler (Sellarius) to the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, of a rent of 7s. out of the land that Henry Tanner held of him in the parish of St. Botulph without Bissopesgate, of the fee of Henry de Cornhull, and which, as well as his chief dwellinghouse, he holds of Benedict Wandegos, paying therefor 3s. yearly. In case of failing to receive the rent of 7s., the prior may distrain on the said dwelling house. For this grant they have paid Robert and Cecilia his wife 35s. 8d. Witnesses:—John de Ballio, Gilbert the Moneyer (Monetario), then socnere of the bishop of London, Benedict Kokelin, and others (named). Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1624. Grant by the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, that if Thomas de Kent, fishmonger, of London, faithfully observe the agreement made concerning a shop leased to him by them in the parish of St. Botulph without Bischopisgate, then his bond to them in 20 marcs shall be of none effect. The morrow of All Saints, 4 Richard II. Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1625. Grant by Roger Sibbyllyng, son and heir of Thomas Sybbylling, citizen of London, to John de Bocton, citizen and cofferer of London, for 100l., of land with the buildings thereon in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Less, London; paying yearly to himself and his heirs 6d., to London Bridge 5s., to the canons of Holy Trinity 4s., to the brethren of the Hospital of St. Giles without London 3s. 6d., to the heirs of Peter Danyel 1d., and to Henry de Sancto Albano half a pound of cummin. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sandwico, Warden of London, Walter Hauteyn and Thomas Cros, sheriffs, Robert de Arraz, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [15 Edward I.]
Endorsed: Grant by Michael Tovy, the warden, and the brethren of London Bridge, to Thomas Sybelyng, mercer, for 30 marcs, of the tenement in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Less, London, which they had by gift of Henry de la Gare and Isoude de Tatesale his wife; paying them therefor yearly 5s., to the canons of Holy Trinity 4s., to the brethren of St. Giles Hospital 2s. 6d., and to the heirs of Peter Daniel 1d. Witnesses: —Sir Nicholas Bat, Mayor of London, John de Northampton and Richard Pikard, sheriffs, Nicholas son of Joce, alderman of the ward, and others (named). 38 Henry III.
[Middx.]A. 1626. Grant by William Agulun to Roger Duk (Duci), citizen of London, of yearly rents of 7s. 6d. issuing from lands and buildings, situate as described, in the parish of St. Botulph without Bissopesgate. Witnesses: —Richard Renger, Robert son of John and Walter de Winton, sheriffs of London, and others (named). [14 Henry III.]
Endorsed: "Ista carta facta fuit anno regni regis Henrici tertii xiiijo, Rogero Duk tunc Majore London'."
[Middx.]A. 1627. Grant by William le Lutre that whereas he owes the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, 18d. yearly for land with a stone house which was Godeson le Megucyer's, in the parish of St. Olave by the Tower, if such rent be not paid and the land he holds of them be so occupied (hospitata) that it cannot be sufficiently distrained, he will allow them to distrain on all his rents in Chikenelane, in the parish of Berkinge cherche, till their rent is paid in full. Witnesses:—John Noreman, sheriff, Gilbert son of Fulk, alderman, John and Alexander de Lesnes, and others (named). [19 Henry III.]
Endorsed: Anno xixo H. tertii.
[Middx.]A. 1628. Grant by John Blund to John Baker (Pistori) of land in the parish of All Hallows of Berkingecherche, by the water, of the extent and situation specified, at a yearly rent of 4s. Witnesses:—William Lancebi, Ralph Steperhanc, alderman, Robert de Turri, Richard Gulafre, and others (named). Henry III. Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1629. Release by William, son and heir of William de Orliens, of Rydon, "scheregryndere," to William de Stanevor, citizen of London, of the tenement with the houses thereon which the latter has in Thamise Strete, in the parish of St. Laurence of Candelwyke Strete. John de Pulteneye, Mayor of London, William Haunsard and John Hamond, sheriffs, John de Preston, alderman of that ward. Monday after St. Matthew, 8 Edward III.
[Middx.]A. 1630. Grant by Henry de Sancto Albano to Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, for the souls of himself and Sabina his wife, of 8s. 4d. quitrent issuing from land he bought of Nigel Goldsmith, extending to Cornhell, between the land that was Richard Baker's and the land that was Emma Bonaventure's, in the parish of St. Michael, Cornhell, to provide a wax candle perpetually on the altar of the Virgin Mary, and 2s. for the canons on the day of his anniversary; such rent to be paid to the convent by the nuns of St. Helena. Witnesses: —Richard Renger, Mayor of London, Andrew Bukerel and John Travers, sheriffs, Roger Duc, John Viel, and others (named). [8–9 Henry III].
[Middx.]A. 1631. Grant by Stephen, son of Nicholas de Ponte, to Cecilia, late wife of Richard Tholusan the Palmer (Palmeri), for 40 marcs, of a yearly rent of 4 marcs issuing from his lands and houses by Bred Stratc, in the parish of All Saints; with liberty to distrain in his other possessions if she fail to receive the said rent. Witnesses:—Serlo, then Mayor of London, William Joiner and Thomas Lambert, sheriffs, William son of Alice, then alderman, Richard Renger, John Travers, Roger Duk, and others (named). [7 Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1632. Grant by P[eter], the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Richer de Brumfeld, of land in the parish of All Saints of Colemanechurche, paying therefor yearly 42d. Covenants specified in case of the land being wasted by fire. Witnesses:—Richard de Arraz, Albin Rufus, Geoffrey de Brumfeld, and others (named). [A.D. 1197–1221.]
[Middx.]A. 1633. Grant by Luke de Schaldeford, of Essex, and John de Canefeld, chaplain, to Richard Bacoun, citizen and stock fishmonger of London, of their tenement with the houses built thereon in the parish of St. Laurence by Candelwyke Strete, London, formerly William Osebarn's, Situate as described. Richard de Keselyngburi, Mayor of London, John Wroth and Gilbert Steyndrop, sheriffs, Bartholomew Dewmars, alderman of the ward. Thursday, the translation of St. Edward, King and Confessor, 25 Edward III. Two seals.
[Middx.]A. 1634. Grant by Robert, son of Robert de Ware, to Idonia de Cantebrege, late wife of Reginald de Cantebrege, formerly citizen of London, for 45 marcs, of a yearly rent of 4 marcs 8s. 3d., issuing out of the tenement formerly belonging to John le Lung in the parish of All Saints, Bredstrete, situate as described. Witnesses:—Sir Henry le Waleis (Walensis), Mayor of London and alderman of the ward, Gregory de Rokesle, Richard de Chiggewell and William le Massiner, sheriffs, Osbert de Suthfok, Robert de Kydemenstre and others (named). [10 Edward I.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1635, Grant by Richard Richeman, son of Lefwin, to William Norensis, miller, of land in Brambellee marsh, between the land that belonged to Robert de Brembeleg' and the street called 'Grenestrate,' at a yearly rent of 18d. For this grant William has given him 20s., 12d. to Helena his wife, and 6d. to his son John. Witnesses:—William de Pyro, Robert de Pynkeny, William Blund, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Middx.]A. 1636. Demise by Thomas de la Marche, son of the late Gilbert de la Marche, citizen of London, to Gilbert de Storteford, son of the late John de Storteford, of a yearly quit-rent of two marcs, issuing out of his tenements situate as described in St. Andrew's parish, Cornhill, for six years from St. John the Baptist's day, 9 Edward II. Witnesses:—Stephen de Abindon, Mayor of London, Hamo Godchep and William de Bodele, sheriffs, Henry de Gloucestria, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Friday, the morrow of the nativity of John the Baptist, 9 Edward II.
[Middx.]A. 1637. Grant by Gilbert, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to William de Manhale, citizen of London, of land with the houses thereon in the parish of St. Michael de Bassieshawe, London, situate as described, at a yearly rent of 2s. For this grant he has given them one marc and a be sant worth 2s. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas son of Thomas, Mayor of London, Robert de Muntpell' and Osbert de Suhtfolk, sheriffs, Richard de Walebroc, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [47 Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1638. Grant by Richard Doxey, of Chertesey, Surrey, and Alice his wife, to Geoffrey Maynard, cooper, citizen of London, and Margaret his wife, of the tenement in the parish of All Saints at the Haywharf (ad fenum), in Douegate ward, London, which they had by feoffment of John Marchaunt, of Strode, Kent, and Alice his wife, situate as described. Witnesses:—John Stodeye, Mayor of London, Bartholomew de Frestlyng and Stephen de Cavendisshe, sheriffs, and others (named). Sunday after St. Valentine, 32 Edward III.
[Middx.]A. 1639. Grant by Hugh de Yspania to Richard, his brother, of a stone house, situate as described, in the parish of St. Benedict the Less, at a yearly rent of 8s. Witnesses:—Henry son of Ailwin, Mayor of London, Roger sou of Alan, William son of Reiner, Thomas de Haverill, and others (named). [Richard I. or John.]
[Middx.]A. 1640. Confirmation by Roger de Exonia, clerk, son and heir of Agnes, wife of Peter le Maltmetere, of the grant that the said Peter and Agnes made to Stephen de Eldyngge, hurer, of a yearly rent of 8s. issuing from a tenement in Chikenelane and in the churchyard of All Hallows of Berkingcherche, paying therefor a clove yearly. Witnesses:—Sir John Adrian, Mayor of London, Gregory de Rokesle and Henry le Walcys, sheriffs, William de Hadestoke, alderman of that ward, and others (named'). [55 Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1641. Grant by William son of Isabel, to John the Goldsmith, son of Bartholomew Blund, of a shop in the goldsmiths' market which he holds of the fee of St. Bartholomew, at a yearly rent of 16s. For this grant John has given him 4 gold bezants, and to his wife Dionisia 2 gold bezants. Witnesses:—Ralph de Barra, Bartholomew Blund, John de Sancto Albano, William de Berkyng, and others (named). [Richard I. or John.]
[Middx.]A. 1642. Grant by the prior and convent of St. Pancras to the abbot and monks of Robert's Bridge, of all their land in London in St. Helen's parish, Bishopsgate, which Master Helyas the Sculptor held, at a yearly rent of 17d.
[Middx.]A. 1643. Grant by Alice, late wife of Master Roger the Leech (Medici), to Holy Trinity, London, of 10s. yearly quitrent that Robert Long is wont to pay for lands he holds of her in the parish of St. Benedict of Garschech. The said Robert shall pay her or her assign in addition 4s. yearly, to be paid the monks of Reading. Witnesses:—Richard son of Regger, alderman, William Wilekin, Benedict the Goldsmith, and others (named).
Endorsed: "Modo Matild' Chaunpeneys, postea Simon de Kydemenstre, post Arnadus Chaundeler."
[Middx.]A. 1644. Acquittance by brother Geoffrey, collector of rents (rentarius) of the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, for 6l. 'common money' received from Nicholas de Farendon, executor of the will of Stephen Asshewy, formerly citizen of London, Isabel Asshewy, and Reginald de Frowyk, associated with Nicholas to execute the will by the office of the bishop of London, part of the arrears of 9l. 15s. 10d., in which the said Stephen was bound to the convent for tenements he held of them in the parishes of St. Mary of Arches, St. Mary of Aldremannebery, and St. James of Garlekheth; they having remitted the remaining 75s. 10d. London, Sunday after the Purification, 27 Edward I.
[Middx.]A. 1645. Release by Richard Rose, citizen and tailor of London, and two others, to Katherine de la Pole, of tenements, shops, and rents in the parish of St. Benets by Pouleswharf, at Peterlanehende, and in the Jewry, London. 10 Richard II. Two seals. Portion of document gone.
[Middx.]A. 1646. Grant by the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, to William de Wilehale, for 100 marcs, of tenements in the parish of St. Mary Colecherche, at a yearly rent of 10 marcs. Witnesses:—John de Gys[ors, Mayor of London, Robert de Corn]hell, Adam de Benetleghe, sheriffs, Ralph Aswi, alderman of the ward, and others (named). [30 Henry III.] Much injured.
[Middx.]A. 1647. Grant by Simon, son of Robert Blund, to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of a yearly rent of 14s. 8d. issuing from the land that Simon de Kokam held of him in the parish of St. Martin of Baremannescherche, "apud coquinas vinetrie Lond'," to be expended as herein appointed. Witnesses:—Henry archbishop of Dublin, Serlo, Mayor of London, Joce son of William, Richard Renger, sheriffs, and others (named). [5 Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1648. Grant by Stephen de Eldinge, hurer, citizen of London, to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, in frank almoin, of an annual rent of 8s. issuing from a whole tenement in Chikenelane and in the churchyard of All Hallows of Berkingecherche, of the fee of the abbey of Waltham Holy Cross, which he had by grant of Peter le Maltmetere and Agnes his wife. Witnesses:—Gregory de Rokesle, Mayor of London, William Mazerer and Robert de Basinges, sheriffs, William de Hadestok, alderman of the ward, and others (named). [7 Edward I.] Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum that the feoffment of Stephen de Eldinge was read and enrolled on the Husting, Monday the morrow of the Invention of Holy Cross, 55 Henry III., because the right of this tenement proceeded from Agnes, wife of Peter le Maltmetere, and she herself was there and made oath and acknowledged, &c.
[Middx.]A. 1649. Confirmation by Roger de Exonia, chaplain, son and heir of Agnes, wife of the late Peter le Maltmetere, to Stephen, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of the grant that the said Peter and Agnes made to Stephen de Eldinge of 8s. yearly rent issuing as in A. 1648, and of the grant of the same made by Eldinge to the said convent. For this confirmation the prior and convent have remitted to him any arrears there may be in the said rent. Witnesses:—Sir John Breton, knt., Warden of the city of London, Henry Box and Richard de Gloucestria, sheriffs, and others (named). St. Peter in Cathedra, 23 Edward I. Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1650. Remission by William Risyng, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity within Algate, London, to William Parkere, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, of 6s. out of the 8s. yearly rent he pays for a garden held of them in the parish of All Hallows of Berkyngcherche, between the churchyard of that church and the chapel called 'Berkyngchapel,' for ten years from the present date; Parkere undertaking to rebuild certain houses on the said garden within the next three years. 'In our Chapter House,' Easter, 1385, 8 Richard II.
[Middx.]A. 1651. Deed of sale by Ailbarn le Feuprer, and Aldusa his wife, for 40s., to Henry Conversus and Margaret his wife, of a messuage in the parish of St. Michael in Bassihawe, situate as described. Witnesses: —Robert the Chaplain of St. Michael's church, Thomas the Deacon, Hugh Tabur, alderman, Richard Steimbatur, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: "Henricus Conversus et Margareta uxor ejus liberaverunt Bonevie fil Sam' de Lond', Judæo, hanc cartam in testimonium vendicionis et quiete clamacionis quam fecerunt ei de domo quam emerunt de Ailbarno le Feuprer et de Aldusa uxore sua, sicut in carta ista continetur, de qua quidem vendicione et quietaclamacione sua contulerunt ei cartam suam cyrographatam."
[Middx.]A. 1652. Grant by Michael de Sancto Albano, citizen of London, to Eustace, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land with the houses built thereon by the Guildhall, in the parish of St. Michael de Bassieshawe, in frank almoin, paying yearly 20s. to Thomas, son of Adam de Basinges, and ½d. to John, eon of Walter le Fuster. Witnesses: —Gregory de Rokesle, Mayor of London, John Horn and Ralph Blund, sheriffs, and others (named). [4 Edward L] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1653. Grant by Katherine, late wife of Reginald de Kugate, to brother Berengar and the chapel of St. Mary and St. Nicholas in the Torella of the city wall, by the Tower of London, of land in the parish of All Hallows of Berkinkecherch, situate as described. Witnesses:—Roger son of Roger, Mayor of London, Gervase Cordewaner, alderman, William Burgoyne, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal, broken. Injured.
[Middx.]A. 1654. Grant by Stephen, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Benedict Joie, for 2s., of the land they bought of his sister Matilda (who was the lawful heir, Benedict not being born in wedlock), for as long as he pays the yearly rent of 4s., the land only having yielded them 16d. before they bought it. Benedict will also pay 16d. for his own land which he had after his father's death. Witnesses:— Benedict the Deacon, Richard the Cook of Benit', Gilbert the Cook Foliot, Edward, son of Gocelin de Soca, Alexander son of Firmin, and others (named). [A.D. 1294–1302.]
[Middx.]A. 1655. Release by Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Richard son of John, for 11 marcs, of 18s. rent which Helena, daughter of Walter Blund, gave them, issuing from houses and rents in the parish of St. Mildrid in Bredstrate. Witnesses:—Roger Duk, Mayor of Loudon, Richard Renger, Joce son of Peter, Andrew Bukerel, and others (named). [A.D. 1223–1252.]
[Middx.]A. 1656. Grant by Thomas le Perrer to William de Bristollia, potter, both citizens of London, of a tenement in the parish of St. Benedict del Wodewharf, London, formerly belonging to Alan de Hales, and another tenement in the parish of St. Peter the Less, formerly belonging to John Frere; paying him yearly a rose, to the prior and convent of Christchurch, London, 6s. 7d. for the first tenement, and to the heirs of John de Wodeham a clove for the other. Monday, the morrow of St. Barnabas, 29 Edward I. Contemporary paper transcript of enrolment at the Husting of London.
[Middx.]A. 1657. Obligation of Edmund Mercer and his heirs to pay Clementia, daughter of Robert Blund, and her heirs, for themselves and Richard de Hispania, 20s. yearly for ever for the house and cellar that the said Richard, husband of Clementia, gave her in dower in the parish of St. Benedict Serhog'. Witnesses:—Philip de Wynton, William Noreys, Henry de la Claye, Peter de Bracking', and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragment of seal.
Middx.A. 1658. Release by Agatha, late wife of Sir Ralph son of Bernard, to brother Ralph, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of a tenement which she and her late husband had in the parish of Bassieshaw, London. Witnesses:—Sirs John and Robert de Rochford and Giles de Chanceus, knts., and others (named). Thonderle, Thursday the Invention of Holy Cross, 6 Edward II. Much injured.
[Middx.]A. 1659. Release by John Fyfhyde and Peter Wysebech, chaplain, to William Cresewyk, of London, of the yearly rent of 40s. which they, together with the said William, acquired of Richard Estbroke, brewer, and Agnes his wife, issuing from tenements in the parish of St. Dionis Bakechirch, in Fanchirchestrete, London. 1 June, 16 Richard II. Two seals.
[Middx.]A. 1660. Deed of sale by Clemencia, daughter of Robert Blund, late wife of Richard de Hispannia, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 6 marcs of silver, of 20s. rent which the said Richard assigned to her as dower, issuing from a stone house that Edmund Mercer formerly held in the parish of St. Benedict Schorhog, to be held by her till her husband's heirs should satisfy her the 50 marcs of silver or 5 marcs of gold wherewith he dowered her at the monastery door, and a rent of 2d. from the same source; they paying 1d. yearly therefor. Witnesses:— William son of Benedict, alderman, Philip de Wintonia, Ralph Blund, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1661. Grant by Thomas de Haverhill to the canons of Holy Trinity, of a quit-rent of 3s. issuing from land without the Bar of the New Temple, and 3s. from land he held of them in Cockeslane, whereof they are to pay Roger de Turn 2s. yearly; and of other lands specified, so that they receive half a marc yearly for a pittance on the day of his anniversary. Witnesses:—Richard, prior of Holy Trinity, London, Martin, prior of St. Mary of Southwark, Godfrey, prior of the New Hospital without Bishopsgate, Master Walter de London,and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1662. Letters of attorney of Ranulph de Dacre, knt., authorising Robert Parmyng, the younger, and John de Haveryngton, to deliver Sir Gilbert de Wygeton, clerk, seisin of all the land and tenements he had by feoffment of the said Gilbert in Colman Street, by St. Stephen's church, London.
[Middx.]A. 1663. Release by Elyas, son of Richard de Cornhill, to Holy Trinity, London, of l1s. rent in St. Botolph's parish without Bishopsgate, payable as specified, in exchange for the capital dwelling-house that belonged to Roger Parmentar, in the parish of St. Peter's, Wood Street; paying yearly therefor, for all services, the bishop of London's socage,— viz. 4d. on the vigil of St. John the Baptist. Witnesses:—Henry de Sancta Elena, alderman, Roger Godchep, William Basset, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]A. 1664. Grant by John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Gilbert de Stebeh[ethe], clerk, of all their lands in the parish of St. Stephen, Coleman Street, extending towards London Wall, rendering therefor 3d. yearly. Witnesses:— Sir Nicholas Bat, Mayor, John de Norhamthon, and Richard Picard, sheriffs of London, William Aswy, alderman of the ward, and others (named). [45 Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1665. Grant by Henry son of Reiner to Eustace de Falconberg, for 3½ marcs, of the land he held of the fee of Robert de Harocurt in St. Clement Danes' parish, with the land which was Richard le Fruiter's, saving to William Carpenter the three messuages he holds, which are 40½ ells in width, 21¾ ells at one end, and at the other, sloping towards the Thames, 25¼ ells; paying therefor half a marc yearly. Witnesses:— John de Gestling, William the Chaplain, of the Strand (de Stronda), Richard son of Edward, then sokereve, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1666. Grant by Robert, son of Robert Pinkeney, to Ralph the Chaplain, son of Richard de Barsam, for 6 marcs, of land in the parish of St. Botolph Billingesgate, situate as described, and extent in the iron ells of King John, rendering therefor 2s. yearly. Witnesses:—Ralph Sperling, William Sare, Richard de Ho, and others (named). [Temp. John.] Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]A. 1667. Grant by Lucy Walerand to Philip de Bruges of two shops in Corveyserestrate, in the parish of St. Mary of Arches, cf the size and situation specified, at a yearly rent of 5s. Witnesses:—Roger Blund, then alderman, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1668. Grant by John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Richard de Havering, of a garden called 'Barndehawe,' and the buildings therein, for his life, at a yearly rent of 2d. Witnesses:— John de Norhamton, then sheriff and alderman of that ward, and others (named). [45 Henry III.] Injured.
[Middx.]A. 1669. Grant by S., the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, for 4s., to Reimund de Gipeswich, moneyer, of the messuage that Edith held before him, 'the old woman who was formerly wife of Estmund "ad aquam currentem,"' in the parish of St. Stephen, Colmanstreet, situate as described, at a yearly rent of 2s. 6d. Probably later and unfinished copy of A. 1676, there being slight differences as to rent, &c.
[Middx.]A. 1670. Extract from the will of Elias Gofaire, proved and enrolled at the husting held in London, Monday before the Purification, 3 Edward II., bequeathing 10s. yearly quit-rent which he used to receive from a tenement in St. Swithin's parish, Candlewick Street, to be sold by his executors and the proceeds to be devoted to pious uses in London. 3 Edward II. Paper copy.
[Middx.]A. 1671. Grant by Richard Gladewine, of Edelmeton (Edmonton), to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinty, London, of a wood and hedge in Edelmeton, adjoining their land called 'Hyerildefeld.' Witnesses:—William de Forda, Thomas Pikot, Hugh Peverel, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1672. Acknowledgment by William de Burgo, clerk, and Margery his wife, in settlement of their dispute with Roger, the prior, and the convent of Hcly Trinity, London, that they hold the messuage and three shops in the parish of St. Mary of Colechurch, which they have by feoffment of John Lok, of the said convent by a service of 10 marcs yearly: with clause for distress in case of non-payment. 19 April, 1 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1673. Grant by Gilbert, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to William de Wylehale, son of Robert de Eston, citizen of London, of land with three shops, and other buildings thereon in Chepe ward, in Colechurch parish, extending from King Street to the messuage of Peytevyn the Jew, at a yearly rent of 10 marcs. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas son of Thomas, Mayor of London and alderman of the ward, Peter Angeri and Edward Blund, sheriffs, and others (named). [49 Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1674. Agreement made before Humphrey, called prior of St. Mary's of Southwark, to settle the dispute between Master Alexander, rector of St. Swithin's of Kandelwricchestrate, and Stephen de Codre, chaplain, as to 60s. yearly rent bequeathed by William Wite by will to St. Swithin's aforesaid, for a chaplain to celebrate divine service there for ever. Stephen shall receive 30s. for performing the service half the year, and Alexander 30s. for the other half year. If Alexander die, put on the religious habit, or be transferred to another church, Stephen may receive the whole 60s. Stephen will assist Alexander in distraining from the fee from which the money ought to be received, if necessary. They submit to the prior's jurisdiction to compel observance of this agreement. Witnesses:—Master Thomas, then official of the archdeacon of London, Sir Osbert, rector of St. Mary de Bothaug, dean of Arches, Sir Roger, dean of Southwark, Sir Edmund, rector of St. Antonine, Master Walter, rector of St. Benedict Serhog, Roger the chaplain of St. Mary Abbechurch, Gilbert the chaplain of St. Nicholas Hakon, Adam the chaplain of St. Swithin, Ralph the chaplain of St. Margaret, John the chaplain of Walebrok, and others (named). [A.D. 1283–1285.]
[Middx.]A. 1675. Grant by Peter son of Eustace to Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of 4s. yearly rent issuing from land that Simon Heveldere held of him in Colemanchurch parish, whereof they shall pay 20d. yearly to the nuns of St. Helen, London. Witnesses:—Richard Renger, Mayor of London, Roger Duce, Martin son of William, sheriffs, John Vitalis, Gilbert Fulk, Ralph Spurlenc, John de Solio, Walter de Insula, aldermen, and others (named). [10–11 Henry III.].
[Middx.]A. 1676. Grant by S., the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Reimund de Gipeswich, moneyer, of a messuage that before him Edith held, 'the old woman who was wife of Estmund "ad aquam currentem"' [in the parish of St. Stephen, Coleman Street: see A. 1669], at a yearly rent of 2s. 3d.
[Middx.]A. 1677. Sale and release by Ralph, son of Robert the Chamberlain, to William his brother, for 4 marcs, of 7s. yearly rent, of which the canons of St. Bartholomew pay 4s. for land they hold of him, and the brethren of the Hospital of St. James 3s. for land that was Walter Niger's in Old Fish Street (Pisconeria); William and his heirs paying yearly towards the King's lodging (locagium) in London, 21d. for the above lands, and for others, the rents from which the said Ralph sold to Alan son of Peter, and which were held of him by Gilbert Fronchemule, Nicholas Duket, and others (named). Witnesses:—Roger son of Alan, Mayor of London, Alan son of Peter, Thomas de Haverhill, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
Endorsed: "Elde Marie church."
[Middx.]A. 1678. Grant by Stephen, the prior, and the convent of Christchurch, London, to Geoffrey the Vintner, for two bezants, of a messuage of land that Edward son of Alfward gave them with his body, which Teoderic de Monpeillier formerly held, adjoining the churchyard of St. Bartholomew the Less, and containing about 53½ ells by 12; at a yearly rent of 12d. Witnesses:—Bartholomew Blund, Robert de Corhull, John de Chiresburc and others (named). [Henry III.].
[Middx.]A. 1679. Grant by Stephen, the prior, and the convent of Christchurch, London, to John Sprakeling, of land in Colemanchurche parish which Gunilda held, paying 12d. yearly. For this grant John has given a sextary of wine to the convent, a bezant to the prior, and sworn fealty on the gospels. The land is 130 feet by 28 feet. Witnesses:—John Bucuinte, Henry son of Ailwin, Richard son of Reiner, Roger son of Alan, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1680. Grant by Thomas de Bungeye le Coureyur to Richard de Paris, both citizens of London, of land with the buildings thereon in the parish of St. Botulph without Bishopsgate, between the tenements of Sabina de Salle and Hugh le Corn Metere, and the garden of the new Hospital of St. Mary, of the extent specified; paying him yearly two cloves, to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, 3s., to the nuns of St. Helen, 15d., and to the nuns of Haliwell, 15d. Witnesses:—Sir John Adrian, Mayor of London, Henry le Waleis and Gregory de Rokeslee, sheriffs, and others (named). [55 Henry III.]
Endorsed: Memorandum, that on Sunday in Mid Lent each year 2d. is due for the socage of the lord at Holy Trinity by Aldgate.
[Middx.]A. 1681. Demise by William, the prior, and the convent of Holy [Trinity, London,] to Thomas de Kent, and Margery his wife, of a shop with garden and appurtenances [in the parish of St. Botulph] without Bishopsgate, adjoining land of the new Hospital of St. Mary, at 10s. 4d. yearly rent. Michaelmas, . . [Edward III.]. Seal. Fragment of document.
[Middx.]A. 1682. Confirmation by Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of the grant made by Nicholas and Walter, sons of Edmund son of Gerard, to John Travers, citizen of London, of land with buildings of the fee of the said canons in the parish of St. Christopher by Cornhill, paying the canons therefor 16s. yearly. Witnesses:—Sir Martin de Patishill, dean of London, Roger Duk, Mayor of London, Richard Renger, Stephen Bukerel, Henry de Cokham, sheriffs of London, and others (named). [12–13 Henry III.]
Middx.A. 1683. Release by Thomas Walsyngham and John Styvur to Hugh Wyche, citizen and mercer of London, Thomas Balard, Edmund Chertesey, and John Lynch, of all their lands, tenements, and rents in the parishes of All Saints in Bread Street, St. Peters in Westchepe, and elsewhere in London, except those in Basyng Lane and in the Compter (Computatorio) in the Poultry, in the alley of the said Compter, in the parishes of St. Mary Wolchirche and St. Stephen's in Walbroke, a yearly quit-rent of 28s. 4d. issuing from a brew house called 'le Key,'in the parish of All Saints in the Ropery (Roperia), and a tenement in the parish of St. Mary Fanchurch, which John Carlere, goldsmith, now holds for life. All which premises they, together with others (named) now deceased, had by feoffment of Richard Bamme by grant dated 29 April, 9 Henry VI. 25 September, 33 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Middx.]A. 1684. Grant by William de Reimes to Waleram son of Meill', of land beginning from the great way from London and Edgware, by the land of Adam son of Randulf to that of Robert de Stanmere, thence to the aqueduct, and by that to the land that belonged to Nigel, and ascending thence to the aforesaid way, and one hide towards the wood between the St. Albans and Watford Roads; to be held by the service of the fifth part of a knight's fee, to be performed "per denarios" in the vill of Edgware, so that the grantor and his heirs cannot carry Waleram or his heirs into the army or otherwise vex them for the said service. For this grant Waleram gives him 5 ells "de viridi," his wife Sara a cloak worth 16s., and a tunic of say worth 4s. Witnesses:—Stephen and Reginald the Priests, Henry son of Eilwin, Richard son of Reiner, Robert de Stanmere, Robert de Haverhell, and others (named). [Henry II.]
[Middx.]A. 1685. Sale and release by Adam, son of Edric the Dyer (Tinctoris), of London, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 28s., of land in Edelmetun, held of John Richer for 4d yearly, and of Roger Yngulf for 12d. yearly, they paying the said sums. Witnesses:—John son of John, John son of Richer, John de Anesty, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Middx.]A. 1686. Grant by William, son of Ralph Lafaitiet, to German Mercer, of the lands that Robert le Chachepol and William Stalke held by St. George's in Eastcheap, paying therefor yearly 2s., except 2d. which he is to give for socage to the abbot of Chertsey, Witnesses:—Ralph Buccel, Andrew Bucherel, Richard son of Rainer, Henry son of Ailwyn, and others (named). [Henry II.]
Endorsed: This land, which lies by St. George's in Eastcheap, William Facet' gave himself to this house, when he was made a canon. This land owes 2d. in socage to the abbot of Chertsey.
[Middx.]A. 1687. Grant by the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Ralph Heam, butcher (arunculo Machecrario), of part of the land that Edric the Butcher held of them in Eastcheap, of the extent and situation specified, paying 12d, yearly, and of a stall in Eastcheap for 2s. yearly. Witnesses:—Helias and Luke the Priests, Stephen son of Toki, Alric Dangier, Adam his son, Hugh le Ferrun, and others (named). The following were to measure the land:—Maurice de Turrocha, William son of Gerard, Bartholomew, nephew (nepos) of the prior, and others (named).
Endorsed: "Contra Rad' Heam macecrer de quadam terra et quodam stallo in Hestchep."
[Middx.]A. 1688. Grant by Ralph de Heirun, son of Ralph de Heirun, for two marcs of silver, to Juliana, daughter of William son of Rengar, of a yearly rent of 26d. and the services William Stonhard owes for land which he holds in Edelmetun; with leave to grant the same to whomsoever she will. Witnesses:—Robert de Heirun, Richard son of Herold, William Peverell, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1689. Grant by brother William Aygnel, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, for 13 marcs, to Sir Philip de Wyleby, dean of Lincoln, of the croft with appurtenances which they had by grant of Philip de Ponte in Edelmetone, extending from the pasture of the aforesaid Philip called 'le Hope' to the land of John Hulbe. Witnesses:—Richard de Anesey, William de Forda, Ralph de Berwe, and others (named). [A.D. 1288–1305.]
[Middx.]A. 1690. Demise by John, son of John de Edolmetone, to Sir W[alter] de London, archdeacon of Norfolk, for 18d. yearly, of the meadow that William de la Forde had of him in the year A.D. 1250 in Edelmeton, in the place called 'Holflete,' to hold until the 23s. which Sir Walter ought to have paid the grantor by instalments, but which of his mere liberality and grace he has paid out of hand, be used up. Witnesses:—Sir Herbert, vicar of Edolmetone, Simon the Chaplain his companion, Sir Walter de Hadham, Sir John de Creppinges, chaplain, and others (named). [A.D. 1252– 1257.]
[Middx.]A. 1691. Grant by Helyas Mercer and Matilda daughter of Richard, his wife, for 60s., to Robinell the Butcher (Carnifici), of a shop in the parish of St. Leonard at Eastcheap, paying therefor 6s. yearly to the canons of Holy Trinity, London. Witnesses:—Richard Renger, Ralph Spurlenc, aldermen, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1692. Grant by Peter, the prior, and the convent of Christchurch, London, to Richard the Butcher (Macecrario), son of Si water, of a shop in Eastcheap, at a yearly rent of 6s., for which tenement he has sworn on the gospels to be faithful to the said church, and to pay the said rent; and as long as he does so he is to hold the shop, which adjoins land of the Hospitallers of St. Giles. Witnesses:—John de Ballio, Alan son of Peter, and others (named).
Endorsed: "Contra Ricardum filium Siwater, macecrier, de soppa in Macello de Eschepe," &c.
[Middx.]A. 1693. Grant by Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to John, son of Walter de Edelmeton, for 22s., of land in Edelmeton, stretching along the street called 'Rodstrate,' paying therefor 12d. yearly. Witnesses:—William Peverel, Richard Blund, Robert Heiron, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1694. Grant by Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to John, son of Walter Baldwin, for 6s., of an acre of pasture in Edelmeton between land of John son of Walter, and pasture that was Richard de Fonte's, paying 6d. yearly. Witnesses:—William Peverel, Robert de Forda, Richard Blund, and others (named).
[Middx.]A. 1695. Grant by Peter, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Alan King, of a shop in the parish of St. Nicholas at Westfishstreet (Westpiscariam), paying 7s. yearly. The size is specified in ells of King Richard. Witnesses:—John Burguin, Walter Blund, Walter Niger, and others (named). [Richard I.]
[Middx.]A. 1696. Grant by Richard, son of Benedict Goldsmith, of London, to Richard, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of 22d. annual rent in the lands and houses that John de Suffoke once held of him in the parish of St. Andrew by Eastcheap. Witnesses:—Ralph Spurleng, then alderman, Pentecost Wodemongere, John de Teffunt, and others (named). Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1697. Grant by Jordan de Hoxehawe, and Margery his wife, to John, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 3½ marcs of silver, of 5 acres of land of the fee of the said canons in Edelmeton, in a croft called 'Brokcroft,' between water called 'Medesange' and the field called 'Langehege,' remitting to the grantor and his heirs all the rent they owed for the same. Witnesses:—John Blund, Thomas Picot, Richard de Anesty, and others (named). [45 Henry III.] Seal and fragment of seal.
[Middx.]A. 1698. Final concord between John, the prior of Holy Trinity, London, plaintiff, and Jordan de Oxhaye and Margery his wife, deforciants, concerning the above 5 acres of land in Edelmeton; whereupon a plea of 'warantia carte' was joined, and the deforciants acknowledged the land to be the property of the prior and his church by grant from them in frankalmoin. Westminster, the quindene of the Purification, 45 Henry III.
[Middx.]A. 1699. Grant by Richard Blund, son of William Blund, of Edelmetun, to Richard, the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, for 24s., of 2 acres in Edelmetun by the land that was Ralph the Bursar's, at a yearly rent of 4d. Witnesses:—William son of Alan, William Peverel, Reginald de Fonte, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]A. 1700. Release by Sabina, late wife of Geoffrey Blund, carpenter, of Edelmeton, to John, the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of all claim by way of dower to the lands and houses in Edelmeton that her said husband formerly sold the said canons. Witnesses:—William de Forda, Thomas and William Picot, John de Tefunt and others (named). [Henry III.]