Deeds
B.1 - B.100

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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217-226

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'Deeds: B.1 - B.100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 217-226. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64211 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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Series B. (EXCHEQUER: COURT OF AUGMENTATIONS.)

B.1 - B.100

[N'hamp.]B. 1. Grant by Biblisia, prioress cf Catesby, to Thomas de Tetteworth, of land in Cotsetlecroft. Witnesses:—William Wigayn, steward of the lord abbot, Richard de Shepone, baker of Habend', and others (named). Thursday after St. Barnabas, 19 Edward I.
Endorsed: Abyndon. Seal broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 2. Release by Simon, son of Daniel le Ferour, of Northampton, to Walter de Pateshulle, clerk, and Alice, his wife, of his right to a tenement in Abyndone Strete, formerly the property of his father. Witnesses:— Robert de Bedeford, mayor of Northampton, Alexander de Nayleworth and John de Burgo, the bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Lawrence the Martyr, 32 Edward I.
[ ]B. 3. Grant by Richard Serle to Richard de Siffrewast' of land abutting on the field of the lord of Cliffwar' and on the highway called 'Niwestrete.' Witnesses:—Warin vicar of Cliffwar', Roger de Parle, Roger Merhehe, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 4. Grant by Edmund de Abendun' to the church of the Blessed Mary, Katesby, of a house with garden and land in the vill of Abbendun'. Witnesses:—Brian de Sarum, Ralph de Wikes, Hugh de Wittheham, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 5. Grant by William, son of Reginald de Abendon', to the nuns of Catesbi of a yearly rent issuing out of a holding in Abendon'. Witnesses:— Thomas de Abendon', Mathias de Abendon', Peter de Coles and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 6. Release by John Chynnore and Robert Waryner, executors of the testament of John Souch, to John Popham, knight, and Matilda, his wife, from all suits and actions against them. Friday after St. Vincent, 17 Richard II. Seals.
[Heref.]B. 7. Release by John Walker, of Skenfreth, and Philip Walker, his son, to the prioress and convent of Acornebury, from all actions against them. 29 September, 37 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]B. 8. Bond by John de Bodeleye to Richard Asshewy, citizen of London, to indemnify him against any claim for rent made by John, son of Joan de la Grave. 15 September, 28 Edward I.
[ ]B. 9. Grant by Agatha de la Pole, widow, daughter of Roger de Dalediz, to her son Roger . . . man, of land in Ailneswod'. Witnesses: —Roger le Poher, William Herizun, William de Ferendun, and others (named.)
[Somers.]B. 10. Confirmation by John Lambryth, vicar of Rattru, co. Devon, brother and heir of Edward Lambryth or" the county of Somerset, of a grant made by the latter to John de Snuffamor', son a d heir of Pccer de Snuffamor', of messuages and lands in the manor of Ak in the hundred of Taunton, viz., of the grant by the said Edmund Lambryth, son of Thomas Lambryth of 'la Chapele,' to John de Snutfamor' of lands and messuages in the manor of Ak, viz., in Snuflamor,' Donechulla, and 'la Walie,' with common of pasture of 'la Line' throughout 'la Hetfelde' pertaining to the manor of Ak. Witnesses:—Ralph de Vernay, William Aungevyn, and others (named).
[Somers.]B. 11. Grant by John Brian, son of Baldewyn Bryan, to Roger Branche, of land in the manor of Ak, viz., in Snuffemor, 'Donechulla, and 'la Walle,' with common of pasture in 'la Lype' throughout the whole of 'la Hethfelde' pertaining to the manor of Ak. Witnesses:—Maurice de Boreham, Robert de Wirecestre, Richard de Foide, and others (named). Seal.
[Somers.]B. 12. Confirmation by William Malet of the grant by John Brian, son of Baldewyn Brian, to Roger Branche, of lands, called 'Sniffemore' and 'Doanechulle' in the manor of Ak. Witnesses:—Maurice de Borham, Robert de Wileceste, William Ernawey, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Durham.]B. 13. Grant by Margaret, late the wife of Thomas Hunt', to Ralph de Nevill, Thomas de Claxton, Robert de Coverham and Gilbert de Elvet, of the manor of Alaynscheles and also of all her lands, tenements, rents, and services within the bishopric of Durham. 6 January, 17 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 14. Indenture between Henry de Kegworth, prior of Chaucombe, of the one part, and Richard Est, of Lychebarwe (Litchborough), and Alice his wife, daughter and heiress of Robert Power, the elder, of Lychebarwe, of the other part, relative to the payment of eight marks. Friday in the Octave of St. Hilary, 36 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 15. Release by John del Estre in Hulcot' to the nuns of Sewardesley of his right to certain lands held by them. Witnesses:—William de Bradden, William de Radeford, Richard le Botiler, and others (named). 9 Edward I.
[Herts.]B. 16. Grant by William, son of Robert the Goldsmith (Aurifabri), to the church of St. Albans, of a rent issuing out of a messuage in the town of St. Albans. Witnesses:—Adam de Beauver, provost of St. Albans, John de Kingesbury, Alexander le Gigur, and others (named).
[Herts.]B. 17. Grant by Walter the Goldsmith (Aurifaber) and Laurence le Mercer to Richard Lanar' of land in St. Albans near the church of St. Peter, subject to yearly payments to the nuns of St. Mary of Sopwell of forty pence, and of one penny to the grantors. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Stabular', the provost, Adam de Bouver', William le Norreis, and others (named). Seals.
[Herts.]B. 18. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Richard Hilde, to Thomas de Wodestrete, of London, of a messuage in St. Albans.
[Hants.]B. 19. Grant by . . bert Y . . o de la Melitone to Cecilia, his niece, of the rent which the prior and convent of Brommore had previously paid to him. Witnesses:—John de Brommore, Hugh de la Pelote, Richard Goobet, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 20. Grant by Robert Fareman, of Atteneston', to the canons of Esseby of divers lands in Atteneston, viz., in Aldecroft, Cuntemedewey, Cuntemed, Chirchefurlong, 'le Heggis,' and also bordering on the Weywelle, Chirchebrigge, and Goldehulle. Witnesses:—Gilbert de Grettewrye in Atteneston', John de Braddon, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 21. Grant by William Britich, of Atteneston', to the canons of Esseby of a messuage with a curtilage, land in Aldecroft on Nerhomcaldewellehul, 'le Heggis,' extending into Berestrete, and in Fhntendon' in Atteneston. Witnesses:—Gilbert de Grettewrye, William de Atteneston, and others (named). Seal.
[ ]B. 22. Grant by William Ferrers de Ferrariis, Earl of Derby, to Gilbert Wildegos of land in Aldecroftes in Winlega, with the pasturage of that vill, pannage excepted. Witnesses:—Roger de Ridewar', the steward, Geoffrey Hauselin, Robert de Beufey. and others (named).
[ ]B. 23. Grant by Henry son of Siward to Richard son of Robert Camar of land called 'Aldeveland.' Witnesses:—Richard de Berdestaple, Robert de Botun, and others (named).
Endorsed in a later hand: Douham.
[Herts.]B. 24. Grant by Robert de Louthe to John le Coupere, of Aldenham, of a field called 'Foxlee' in Titeburst, in the parish of Aldenham. Sunday after St. Martin, 38 Edward III.
[Herts.]B. 25. Grant by Ralph abbot of Westminster to Richard Testard of land in the vill of Aldenham. Witnesses:—Richard de Dol, the abbot's steward, Roger de Meridene, John de Winton, and others (named). [A.D. 1201–1214.] Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]B. 26. Grant by Gilbert de Burpfelde to John Lavyngtone, of Aldermanstone, and Joan, his wife, of all his lands, &c., in the vill of Aldermanstone, one messuage excepted. Friday before St. Thomas, 22 Edward III.
[ ]B. 27. Grant by Thomas Thurkul, of Aldestr', and Ellen, his wife, of land in Aldestr'. The following names are also found upon the document viz., Magota . . ., John son of Thurkul, Thomas our son. 25 December, . . Henry IV. Seal. Injured.
[Hants.]B. 28. Grant by Thomas Alis, with the consent of Roger Alis, his father, to the canons of St. Denys, Southampton, of rents issuing out of his manor of Aldinton'. Witnesses:—John de Bottelye, Roger de Saunford, John de Welles, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 29. Acknowledgment before John Polymond, mayor of Southampton, by John Wodecok and Richard Wodecok, of Aldyngton, and Amicia his wife, that the rent issuing out of the tenements in the vill of Aldyngton, granted by Thomas Alys to the church of St. Denys, Southampton, is due to the prior of St. Denys. Saturday after Whit Sunday, 8 Richard II.
[ ]B. 30. Grant by Richard Here, of Aldulvestre, to William Rood and John Grene, chaplain, both of that place, of a messuage and lands in Aldulvestre. Tuesday after St. Ambrose, 22 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]B. 31. Bond for twenty pounds given by Robert Magge, of Schepereth, son and heir of Iman Magge, of the same place, and by John Magge, his brother, also of Schepereth, to Luke Grigge, of Aspedene, and John, son of Geoffrey de Sandon. Wednesday in Easter week, 12 Edward III.
[Kent.]B. 32. Grant by Nicholas the Smith (Faber) of Aillyngton, Richard Huberd, of the same place, Richard, son of John Abovethebrok, and Isabella, daughter of the said John, Robert ate Welle and Richard Jacob, to William de Corton and Robert de Burgh, clerks, of land in Aillyngton. 12 June, 2 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 33. Grant by Joan Gaynesford, late the wife of John Gaynesford, and daughter and heiress of Reginald Moresby, to Nicholas Gaynesford and William Covert, the elder, of the manors of Alyngton, Estpreston, Okynton, Ovenhull, Rundale, and Tymberwood, with the advowsons of the church and chantry of Alyngton, and all lands, &c., in the vills and parishes of Alyngton, Maydestone, Boxle, Aylesford, Shorne, Strode, Hoo, Cobham, Byrlyng, and Larkefelde. Also letters of attorney for Richard Clerke and John Brode. 10 August, 1 Henry VII. Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 34. Release by Matilda, relict of Roger le Muner of Aylinton, to Hugh, the abbot, and the convent, of Ramsey, of her right to land called 'le Pyttel' lying at the mill head of Aylinton, granted by her son Henry to the said abbot and convent. Witnesses:—W. le Moyner, Walter de Wassingeham, Gilbert de Wepstede, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 35. Grant by Andrew le Ermite, of Ayllington', to William, the abbot, and the abbey of Ramsey, of land in the fields of Ayllington'. Witnesses:—John, son of John de Ayllington', Roger Brian, of the same, place, Walter Prudume, and others (named). Seal.
[Heref.]B. 36. Agreement between the abbot and convent of Dore and Madoc ap Howel Goov, of Cummot, relative to a grant by him to the said abbot of forty cows. 2 February, A.D. 1280.
[ ]B. 37. Grant by John Reinold, of Ho . . . horp, to Geoffrey de Sallowe, clerk, of land in Alnatfaln. Witnesses:—William de Wodecote, Richard de Wodecote, . . . . de Belton, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 38. Grant by John Bernelef, of Benetley, to John the Shepherd (Bercario) and Isabella, his wife, of land extending from Alrebrokforlong to Humelbroke and towards 'le Oldefelde.' Witnesses:—Philip de Stoke, Peter de Braderuge, Simon Sansom, and others (named).
[Camb.]B. 39. Claim by Geoffrey, bishop of Ely, against the abbot of Ramsey's men in Chatricia, within the liberty of St. Ætheldr', and in the hundred of Wicheford, relative to works upon the high road of Alrehedam.
[Warw.]B. 40. Release by Thurston Verdon, and Alice, his wife, to John Botiler, of Schustoke, and Richard Botiler, vicar of the church of Alspath, of his right to lands and tenements in Alspath. Wednesday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 1 Henry III. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 41. Grant by William Umfray, the elder, of Alspathe, to Thomas Othe Chare, of the same place, of land in Alspathe. 26 September, 48 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 42. Grant by Adam de Brynkenhull, of Alspathe, to John Whittle, of that place, of land in Alspathe. 24 October, 49 Edward HI. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 43. Grant by John Boydon, of Coventry, to Nicholas Cokkus, of Alspathe, of land in the fields of Alspathe. 23 January, 17 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 44. Grant by Nicholas Cokkes, of Alspathe, to Richard Botyller, vicar of Alspathe, William Mynmuth, chaplain, of Coventry, and Eichard Jurdan, of Alspathe, of all his lands, &c., in Alspathe. 4 April, 18 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 45. Grant by John Eyr, of Alspathe, to Richard Botyller, perpetual vicar of the church of Alspathe, of land in Alspathe. Friday after SS. Peter and Paul, 19 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 46. Letters of attorney by Thomas Chare, of Alspathe, for Nicholas Cok, of the same place, to deliver to Richard Botiler, vicar of Alspathe, and Ralph de Muridene, seisin of the lands granted to them. Tuesday the feast of St. Andrew, 19 Richard II. Seal.
[ ]B. 47. Grant by Elias de Whelert, of Kyngeston, to Ralph . . . . of nine swathes of land in . . . . Sunday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 17 Edward II. Seal. Much injured.
[Warw.]B. 48. Release by William Munmowth, of Coventry, chaplain, and Richard Jurdon, of Alspathe, to Richard Boteler, vicar of the church of Alspathe, of all claim to lands, &c., in Alspathe and Berkeswell, which they had had of the feoffment of Nicholas Cokkes of Alspathe. 21 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 49. Indenture between William Reynald, vicar of the church of Allesley, Robert Eburhale, vicar of the church of Hampton, Richard Boteler, vicar of the church of Alspathe, John Godyng, of Alspathe, and Thomas, son of John Watevyle, of the one part, and John Whytte, of Pakynton Prior, and Edith, his wife, of the other part, relative to a demise of land in Alspathe by the first-named parties to the said John Whytte, and Edith his wife. Thursday after St. Thomas, 23 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 50. Grant by Margery Cokkus, late the wife of William Cokkus of Coventry, to Richard Boteler, vicar of the church of Alspathe, of lands in the vill and fields of Murydene in Alspathe. Monday after Whit Sunday, 1 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 51. Grant by Reginald Burgeis, of Hanl', to the monks of Bordesley of yearly rents of 7d. and ½d., payable by Alan de Easton and William son of Herebert. Witnesses:—Simon Bagod, knight, and Thomas his son, John Buche, and Robert Witton. Seal broken.
B. 52. Release by Hawisa, wife of Baldwin de Solio, to Thomas Rich (Diviti), of her right to a third share in certain lands. Witnesses:— Philip de Lant', then steward, Bernard Keustee, Ralph Culvercoc, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 53. Demise by Richard Waldezeve, of Alspathe, to Richard Boteler, vicar of the church of Alspath, of land in Alspathe subject to the yearly rent of a rose upon demand, and to the condition to pray daily for the said Richard Waldezeve, Joan his wife, and John his brother. 1 May, 4 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 54. Grant by Richard Boteler, vicar of the church of Allespathe, to John Boteler, of Shustoke, William Reynald, rector of the church of Allesley, Robert Eberhale, vicar of Hampton, John atte the Sponne, vicar of the church of Bykenhull, and John Godyng, of Alspath, of all his lands, &c., in Alespath and Shustoke. 16 January, 5 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
Bedf. Cumb. Durham —and other counties.B. 55. Release by William Home, clerk, to William Tunstall, clerk, of his right to all lands, &c., held by him jointly with the said William Tunstall or others in the counties of York, Westmorland, Cumberland, Norfolk, Lincoln, Suffolk, Bedford, Northampton, Leicester, and the bishopric of Durham. 4 June, 5 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 56. Release by John Waldeyeve, of Alpathe, son and heir of Richard Waldeyeve, to Richard Botyllev, vicar of the church of Alspathe, of his right to rent for land, granted by his father to the said Richard and to John, son of John Watevylle of Sheldon, lying in Sladefeld in Alspath. Friday before the Nativity of St. John Baptist, 8 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 57. Acquittance by Nicholas Upton, John Huseye, Richard Alrewe, and Andrew Sperlyng, relative to a bond entered into by Joan, Countess of Westmoreland, Thomas Stokdale, and Robert Constable, as securities for the sum of one thousand marks on behalf of Richard Nevill, Karl of Salisbury, who had complied with the conditions of the bond. 13 December, 8 Henry VI. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 58. Release by John Waldezeve, of Alspathe, to Richard Boteler, and John Watevyle and Margery, his wife, all of the same place, of his right to land in 'le Olde Wordyng' in Alspath. Sunday after St. Scholastics, 9 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 59. Grant by William Reynald, rector of Allesley, Robert Eburhale, vicar of Hampton in Arden, John Sponne, vicar of Bykenhull, Roger Boteler, of Schirstoke, William atte Zate, chaplain, and John atte Fennes, 'grasyer,' to Richard Boteler, vicar of Alspath, and John Watevyle, of the same place, and Margery, his wife, of the piece of land, formerly held by Henry Hert, of Alspath, which they had held in Alspath of the grant of the said Richard Buteler. The feast of St. Scholastica, 9 Henry IV. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 60. Grant by William Reynald, vicar of Allesleye, Richard Boteler, vicar of Alspathe, and Richard Jordain, of Alspathe, to Robert Eburhale, vicar of Hampton in Arden, John Sponne, vicar of Bykenhull, and John Watevyle, of Alspath, of the piece of land in Alspathe, which they had of the feoffment of Richard Waldezeve, lying between Alspathe and Pakynton. The feast of St. Scholastica, 9 Henry IV. Seals.
[Glouc.]B. 61. Demise by Ralph, son of Richard de Omnibon, to Philip, son of John de Burne, of four pounds of silver and a yearly rent, issuing out of tenements and lands in Alcham [Alkham], which rent the grantor had had of the gift of John de Lenham, his brother, for a term of seven years in consideration of a sum of money in which the latter was bound for the marriage of his sister Margaret to the said grantor. 16 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
Warw.B. 62. Grant by John Waldezeve, son and heir of Richard Waldezeve of Alspath, to William Reynalde, rector of Allesley, Richard Boteler, vicar of Alspathe, and John Fennes, of Berkeswell, of all his goods and chattels in Alspathe, or elsewhere in the county of Warwick. 10 October, 9 Henry IV.
Kent.B. 63. Release by William Hooke, of Chatham, to John Gaudre, of the same place, of his right to a tenement in the parish of Chatham. The feast of All Saints, 4 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 64. Letters of attorney by Robert Eburhale, late vicar of the church of Hampton, and John Sponne, late vicar of the church of Bekenhull for William Reynald, parson of the church of Allesley, and John Godyng, of Alspath, to deliver to Thomas Watevile, the 'alumnus' of Richard Boteler, late vicar of Alspath, and to Agnes, his wife, full seisin of a messuage with the reversion of land in Alspath. 25 January, 13 Henry IV. Seal and a fragment of another.
Warw.B. 65. Demise by Thomas Boteler, of Coventry, 'gurdeler,' to William Catton, the prior, and the convent of St. Mary of Erbury, of all his lands, &c., in Alspath and Miryden. The Annunciation, 21 Henry VI. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 66. Grant by Robert Hylle, lord of Edyngton, and Isabella, his wife, to Joan, daughter of William Dobyn of Edyngton, of a tenement with lands, &c., in Edyngton, in the hundred of Whiteleghe, and also of other lands in Edyngton. Sunday before Michaelmas, 7 Henry V. Seal.
[Devon.]B. 67. Grant by John Montague de Monte Acuto to Thomas Canynge, sacristan in the church of St. Peter, Exeter, of all his lands, &c., at 'la Forde,' in the manor of Alyngwode and Clyst Saint Mary, together with the advowson of the church of the latter place. 5 October, 39 Edward III. Seal.
[Wilts.]B. 68. Demise by Thomas Montague de Monte Acuto, Earl of Salisbury, to William Gylberd, of Ambresbury, of his manor of Ambresbury. 10 February, 6 Henry VI.
[ ]B. 69. Demise by Henry, son and heir of Richard de Suthinton, to Alexander son of Edwen, citizen of Worcester, of lands and rents in Ambresleg'. 41 Henry III.
Endorsed: 'H. de Sodyngton.'
[Warw.]B. 70. Covenant between the abbot and convent of Bordesley and Nicholas de Vado and Agnes his wife, relative to a release by them of their right to certain lands to the abbot and convent in exchange fcr lands in the fields of Eadricheston and Burleya. Witnesses: — Peter de Wlwardinton', knight, William de Waleford, Roger de Witeford, and others (named). Fragments of seals.
Endorsed: Terdebigg'.
[Wilts.]B. 71. Release by Walter le Bole and Alice, his wife, to Isabella de Cameys, the abbess, and the convent, of Romeseye, of all right to messuages, lands, &c., in Edyndon' and Tynhide, formerly held by Reginald de Morheye in that vill, and which had through failure of blood fallen into the hands of the said abbess. 1 January, 30 Edward III. Seal.
[Worc.]B. 72. Grant by William Vishare to William Rome, chaplain, of his weir within the manor of Ambresleye and the eyots appertaining to the same weir, with the fisheries, &c., and all necessary easements for the repair thereof. Sunday before Ascension day, 31 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 73. Settlement of a dispute between William, abbot of Bordesley, and Henry de Romay, of Almcestr', relative to the detention by the latter of a rent issuing out of a tenement in Almcestr'. Sunday the Invention of the Holy Cross, 15 Edward II. Much injured.
[ ]B. 74. Grant by Simon, Bon of Simon de Esse, to Emma, daughter of Robert de Stokes, of a messuage and land in Esse. Wednesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 1 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]B. 75. Grant by Simon de Grafham to brother Matthew of Stonley and the brethren, of a yearly rent of 18d. for prayers for the grantor's father, mother, &c. Witnesses:—Ralph Swineheved, Geoffrey de Perceval, Vitalis de Grafham, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 76. Grant by Thomas de Celario, the elder, to Alice, late the wife of William Ingulf, and to Alice their daughter, with remainder to their son Robert, of his tenement in Andevere. Witnesses:—John de Poventon', William Kyng, then bailiff of Andevere, Thomas Spirekoc, and others (named). Seal.
[Camb.]B. 77. Grant of indulgences by William, archbishop of Ragusa, (Ragens'), on behalf of the prior and brethren of the monastery of Anglesey, in the diocese of Ely. A.D. 1276. Injured.
[Wilts.]B. 78. Demise by John, the prior, and the convent, of Brommore to Peter Wise, parson of the church of Fyfhyde Estudemore, and Richard Vaux, of that place, of all his lands, &c., in Ebblesborne-Wake and in Gueardeston. Sunday after Michaelmas, 14 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 79. Grant by Matilda, relict of William Palmar', to Dionisia her daughter, of two sheds (seldas), rendering yearly to the king 6d., and to the grantor a pair of gloves or ½d. Witnesses:—Jurdan le Werrur, Walter Award, at that time the bailiff, Reginald Lovecoc, and others (named). Seal.
Derby. Staff.B. 80. Grant by John de Pulteney, Simon Broke, and John Skryven to Lawrence Fyton, Robert le Heuster, parson of the church of Bousewurthe, and Stephen del Rowe, clerk, of all the lands, &c., in Annesley and Scropton which they lately had had of the feoffment of Thomas Greseley, John Renting, Henry Ive, Laurence Braybon, clerk, and Catherine, late the wife of Henry le Wryght of Rolleston. The Purification, 15 Henry IV. Fragments of seals.
Notts.B. 81. Grant by Nicholas Wartyr, prior of the House of the Holy Trinity Beauvale de Bello Valle, to Thomas Samon, of lands, &c. in Annesley Wodehouse and Kirkeby Wodehouse, which the said prior held of the feoffment of Richard Willughby, in exchange for divers messuages, lands, woods, coals, &c. in Selston, Bagthorp, Risshall in the parish of Selston, Underwood in the same parish, Brynnesley and Brynnesley Asshe, and lands, &c. in Newthorp in the parish of Gresley, a messuage and garden in Nottingham, and a rent issuing out of land in Newthorp. 10 August, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
Hants.B. 82. Indenture between Alayn, the abbot of Battle, and the convent of that place, and William Fyfh . . relative to the manor of Anstygh'. 22 Edward III. Injured. Seal. French.
[Hants.]B. 83. Grant by Thomas de la Pelote, of Brommore, to Richard, son of Ralph Osbert de la Muletone, of a moiety of a messuage and curtilage in Anestye. Witnesses:—Thomas, prior of Brommore, Thomas Haudewyne, and others (named).
[ ]B. 84. Acknowledgment by William, son of Osbert Erune de Wichio, of a yearly sum due from him to the monks of Bordesley for a house and messuage held by him. Witnesses:—Hugh de Froxemer, Alan Coleware, William de Fonte, and others (named). Seal.
[Linc. dioc.]B. 85. Appointment by Edmund, abbot of Ramsey, of William . . . Overton, rector of the church of Westowe, in the diocese of Lincoln, to be his proctor. 26 March, 1386. Injured. Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 86. Indenture, reciting clivers deeds, between John Sterre, and Henry Cros, citizens of London, and Joan wife of the latter, relative to land with houses built thereon and a quay in the parish of St. Dunstan next the Tower of London. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Farndon, the mayor, and John de Oxon' and Adam de Sarum the sheriffs of London, John Priour, the elder, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Sunday before SS. Simon and Jude, 17 Edward II.
[ ]B. 87. Grant by Richard Fresel, of Saxham, to William, abbot of Ramsey and the convent of that place, of land abutting on the wood of the said abbey. Witnesses:—William de Walepole, William Hydemor, Nicholas Parman, and others (named).
Endorsed: Appedeleye.
[ ]B. 88. Grant by William . . to the prior and canons of Ca. aucu . . (Chaucombe), of land and a tenement lying in . . . . [Appletre]. Much injured.
[N'hamp.]B. 89. Grant by Nicholas de Appletre to the convent of Chaucumbe, of a yearly rent issuing out of land in Appeltre. Witnesses:—Richard Bokerville of Botindon, Richard Yenibald of the same place, and others (named).
[ ]B. 90. Release by Adam son of Henry atte Barre of Corley, and William atte Welle of Wedeworth, to Simon de Schirford, vicar of the church of Nunneton, John de Schirforde, Alice de Crast and Thomas, her son, and Emma, sister of the said Thomas, from all actions, &c. Monday the feast of St. Wlfstan, 11 Edward III. Seals.
I. of Wight.B. 91. Grant by Nicholas, prior of Christ Church, Twynham, and the convent of that place, to the abbot and convent of Quarr, of land called 'la Gore' in the manor of Apse in the Isle of Wight, and of a yearly rent payable at Quarr by the custodian of the said manor of Apse; in return for which the abbot and convent of Quarr grant to the prior and convent all the lands in the manor of Flete, which they had of the gift of Hawyse de Redveriis, and which land Guy, son of Simon Sulfhamtun, had granted to the said Nicholas and his convent; and further they grant a quit-claim of a rent, issuing out of the said lands, which they had been accustomed to receive from the said Guy.
[ ]B. 92. Grant by Thomas son of Walter son of Durand, and William his brother, to Avicia, their sister, of a portion of land. Witnesses:— William Vivien, Roger Cole, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 93. Settlement by Ernaldus, abbot of Osolton, and Robert, rector of the church of Redmild, relative to payments to the convent of Osolton. Thursday after St. Luke, 1294. Seal broken.
[ ]B. 94. Grant by Matilda, relict of William Palmer, to Richard Moniword, of a yearly rent subject to a payment to the chapter of Hereford. Seal.
Hants.B. 95. Indenture relative to a bond of Thomas Hunspill', prior of Brommore, and the convent of that place, to Robert Smyth, rector of Northchardford, and John Weston, of Brommore, for the payment of twenty pounds. 18 December, 29 Henry VI.
[Worc.]B. 96. Grant by Godfrey, bishop of Worcester, of an indulgence to those, who at the monastery of Bordesley shall pray for the peace of the church and tranquillity of the kingdom. In nine days of the Kalends of August, 1284.
[Essex.]B. 97. Grant by John de Boville to Ralph son of Walter de St. Osith', of his heath in the vill of Ardeleg'. Witnesses:—Hugh le Gros, Richard de Herlawe, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 98. Grant by John de Bovile, son of William de Bovile of Ardley, to Ralph son of John the Chaplain (capellani) of Colocest', of a rent issuing out of land in the vill of Ardleye. Witnesses:—Hubert de Faylle, Richard Boteler, and others (named).
[Essex.]B. 99. Release by John de Boville to Ralph son of Walter de St. Osith', of his right in a rent issuing out of a tenement in the vill of Ardleg'. Witnesses:—Hugh Gros, Ralph Martel, and others (named). Seal.
Middx.B. 100. Grant by Adam de Bures, citizen of London, to John de Kenyngton, Richard Kayly, and Richard Scherewynd, clerks, and to John Parmay, citizen, of a tenement with two shops in the parish of St. Dunstan by the Tower of London. 1 April, 46 Edward III.