Deeds
B.501 - B.600

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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261-271

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B.501 - B.600

[Warw.]B. 501. Release by R. abbot of Bordesley, and the convent of that place, to . . . . . . . of lands in Bynton.
Durham.B. 502. Letter of attorney by Robert Berden, of Berden, for John de Munketon and John de Quixley to deliver seisin to Ralph, Earl of Westmorland, of lands in the vills of Bynchester, Hunwyk, Westbrandon, and Cryngildyke, and elsewhere within the bishopric of Durham. 6 November, 14 Henry IV. Seal.
[ ]B. 503. Grant by Richard son of William de Craneford, to the church and canons of Finnesheved, of a yearly rent issuing out of a toft in the vill of Bernardeshill lately held by Cecilia, the daughter of William Luvet. Witnesses:—Roger son of Thomas de Exton, John Basset of Exton, and others (named).
[ ]B. 504. Release by Robert Sheperd, of Bideford, to John Mason, of the same place, of his right in a messuage and croft in the vill of Bideford. 1 January, 38 Edward III. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 505. Grant by Thomas son of Seherus de Stokes, to Roger son of Halden de Lalleford, of land in the vill and territory of Bilneih'. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Wilenhal', Robert de Pinnel, Robert de Stokes, and others (named).
[ ]B. 506. Grant by Philip de Clamorgan to the abbey of Quarr, of land called 'Uppecroft,' with the brushwood near the vill of Bordwode. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Insula, Thomas de Aula, Thomas de Everci, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 507. Release by Isabella Yago to the nunnery of Acornbury, of her right in yearly rents at Bynetone. Witnesses:—Roger Ragon, William de Campo, and others (named). Seal.
[ ]B. 508. Grant by David son of William son of David de la Fortheye, to William son of Hugh le Portere of Persore, of land in the field of Bynham. Witnesses:—William de la Fortheye, Reginald de Pupplinton, and others (named).
[Surrey.]B. 509. Demise by Ralph, abbot of Battle, and the convent of that place, to Henry Ruffus, baker of Suwerk, of land in Bermondseye. Witnesses:—John de Suwerk, William Winpler, and others (named). Much damaged.
Glouc.B. 510. Letter of attorney by John Haward, knight, lord of Haward, William Stanley, knight, John Wynkfeld, knight, William Berkeley of Uley, esquire, Humphrey Codryngton, esquire, and John Tuenew, for Thomas Compedene, prior of Longbrigge, and Robert Grevyle, to deliver seisin to Thomas Berkeley, John atte Wode, and Maurice Kyng, of the castle, demesne, and manor of Berkeley, and the manors, &c., of Ham, Appulrege, Alkynton, Hynton, Hurst, Slymbrigge, Cam, Wotton, Symondeshale, and Cowley, with their appurtenances. 20 March, 12 Edward IV. Seals.
Glouc.B. 511. Letter of attorney by Thomas Stanley, knight, Lord Stanley, son and heir of Thomas Stanley, knight, late Lord Stanley, for Thomas Campdene, chaplain, and Robert Grevile, to enter into and take seisin of the castle of Barkeley and the manors of Barkeley, Hompme, Appulregge, Hynton, Hurst, Slymbrygge, Cam, Alkynton, Upton St. Leonards, Wotton under Egge, Cowley, and Symondeshale, with their appurtenances. 1 May, 6 Edward IV. Seal.
Glouc.B. 512. Conveyance by Thomas Stanley, knight, Lord Stanley, son and heir of Thomas Stanley, knight, &c., to William Stanley, John Haward, John Wynkefeld, Robert Wynkefeld, John Grevelle, knights, and to Thomas Wynkefeld, Maurice Berkeley of Beverston, William Berkeley of Uley, William Langeley, Maurice Berkeley, William Brandon, and John Twyneho, of the manors granted by deed dated 3 September, 1 Henry VI., by James Berkeley, knight, late Lord of Berkeley, to Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, John, Duke of Norfolk, John, Earl of Hunttyngdon, Robert Wynkefeld, John ap Phelipp' Morgan, and his said father Thomas Stanley, who survived all his co-feoffees, viz. the castle of Berkeley, and the manors of Berkeley, Hompme, Appelrygge, Hynton, Hurste, Slymbrugge, Camme, Alkyngton, Upton St. Leonards, Wotton under Egge, Cowley and Symondeshale. 1 May, 6 Edward IV. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 513. Release by Geoffrey son of Richard de Avele, to Simon de la Torre and Lucy his wife, formerly the wife of William Asting' of 'La Berghe,' of his right in a tenement and land at 'La Berghe,' with grant of pasturage near the vill of Avele, and of estovers. Monday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 8 Edward II.
[Worc.]B. 514. Grant by Richard Streht, of Benetlegh, to Emma and Eva, daughters of Thomas Streht, of land and a house thereupon in the vill of Benetlegh. Witnesses:—Adam Bruneghe, Richard Hathewy, John Tumour, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Worc.]B. 515. Grant by Reginald Long, of Benetle, with the consent of his heir Richard, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Benethle. Witnesses:—William Bernulf and Hugh Tredel, both of Benetle, Hugh de Braderugge, and others (named).
Endorsed: Bentley, Osborne Stiche. Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]B. 516. Grant by John the Cook (cocus) of Benetleg' to the abbey of Bordesley, of a yearly rent issuing out of a messuage in Benetleg'. Witnesses:—Thomas de Stokes, Richard Estrech of Benetleg', Henry de Parco, and others (named). Seal.
[ ]B. 517. Grant by Thomas, brother of Elyas de Bere', to the nuns of St. Michael, Stanford, of land in the territory of Berc'. Witnesses:—Robert, vicar of Cottismor, Reginald de Berk, John de Cottismor, and others (named). Seal.
[Worc.]B. 518. Grant by Hugh son of Edric de Benetleg' Estrech', to Robert his son of a moiety during his own life, and the whole after his death, of his land and houses [in Benetleg'], so that the latter, whenever he Avished, could bring home a wife. Witnesses:—Sir Robert the chaplain of Stoke, Thomas de Stoke, Adam de Kyngisford, and others (named). Seal.
[Worc.]B. 519. Grant by John Mawdyt, of the parish of Fechenham, and Alice his wife to Henry Wybbe of Wych', Hugh Toller, chaplain, John Wode, Humphrey Stafford, William Boraston, Richard Furnynges, Peter Egge, Thomas Tayllour, John Beoff, and Thomas Russell of lands in Benteley and tenements in 'Le Rededych,' with a field in Ippesley and a curtilage in Masonesfelde. 5 September, 8 Hen. IV.
[ ]B. 520. Release by Richard son of John Aldreth, dwelling in Berwyk upon Twede, to Henry son of Sir Thomas de Houk, of his right in a yearly rent issuing out of a tenement in Bighing. Tuesday after St. Martin in the winter, 1212.
[Herts.]B. 521. Grant by Petronilla, late the wife of William Aleyn of Uppeis, to Robert Gabbard and Joan, his wife, of part of a meadow in Wicroft in Bichamstede. Tuesday after Palm Sunday, 11 Edward III.
Herts.B. 522. Grant by William de Mundon, of Berkhamstede Mules, co. Hertford, to William le Heldere, of the same place, Gilbert Aster and Richard le Gome, both of Tywyngg', of a messuage and land called 'le Smythe' and 'le Smytthelond' in Berkhamstede aforesaid. Sunday before St. Valentine, 19 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 523. Grant by Walter Turstcyn, of Bunington to the abbot and monks of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Buninton (Binton). Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Baninton, Walter Prudoume, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 524. Grant by Walter son of William son of Odo de Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Buninton. Witnesses:— Robert, parson of Buninton, Geoffrey Pancefot, William Hay, and others named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 525. Grant by William Hay, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the field of Buninton in Wardonslade and Cleythhul. Witnesses: —Robert, parson of Buninton, Richard Eadward, Alan de Grafton, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 526. Grant by Ralph de Welneford, son of Hervey, to the abbey of Bordesley, of his mill with its appurtenances and land in Buninton, and of a tenement and messuage in the vill of Welneford. Witnesses:—Thomas chaplain of Welneford, W. chaplain of Weston, William chaplain of Buninton, and others (named). A.D. 1215. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 527. Grant by Walter Prudum, son of Walter Prudum of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the field of Buninton. Witnesses:—Robert de Val, William de Grafton, Richard Eadward, and others (named).
I. of Wight.B. 528. Release by John de Vanne, late of Briggecourte in the Isle of Wight, and William Gere, of the same place, to Geoffrey Gate, of his right in the manor of Briggecourte, Sandehirste, and Moldesleyhill. 21 September, 5 Edward IV. Seals.
Warw.B. 529. Release by Philip de Stanes to the abbot of Bordesley of his right in a tenement in the vill and territory of Buninton. Witnesses:— Robert, rector of the church of Buninton, Martin de Bertun, clerk, William de Raggelee, and others (named).
Heref.B. 530. Bond by Walter Waters, rector of the church of Byssheopiston (Bishopstone), co. Hereford, Roger Pawntwell the elder of Mawnshyll, and Thomas Alfford, of Bownshyll in the said county, to Dame Isabella Gardener, prioress of Acornebery, for twenty pounds, that Richard Powell, vicar of Bruggesolers (Bridge Solars) within the said county will not bring any action against the said prioress in respect of the vicarage of Brugge Solers. 8 February, 20 Henry VII. Fragments of seals.
[N'hamp.]B. 531. Receipt by John Bugg, treasurer and receiver-general cf Joan, Queen of England, to William Warner, for the purchase money of a coppice called 'Derslescopie' within the park of Briggestoke. 3 July, 10 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]B. 532. Grant by Gilbert de Reygate, rector of the church of Brugessolers (Bridge Solars), to the nunnery of Acornebury and to Catherine de Geynville the prioress, of a yearly pension from his church of Brugessolers. Thursday, the feast of the Circumcision. 1315. Seal.
I. of Wight.B. 533. Release by Peter, prior of St. Helens in the Isle of Wight, and the convent of that place, to the prior and convent of Brommore, of their right in the advowson of the church of Brerdyng (Brading). Witnesses:—John de Kyngeston, knight, Thomas Noreys, Roger Lusewy, John Sengedon, Thomas le Vaus, Roger Carpenter, and Walter Burgeys.
B. 534 counterpart of B. 533.
I. of Wight.B. 535. Release by Peter, prior of St. Helens in the Isle of Wight, to the prior and convent of Brommore of his right in the advowson of the church of Brerdynge (Brading). Witnesses:—John de Kyngeston, knight, Thomas Noreys, John Lusewy, John Sengedon, Thomas le Vaus, Roger Carpenter, and Walter Burgeys.
I. of Wight.B. 536. A release in the same words as B. 533 and B. 534, the witnesses being John de Kyngeston and John de Bouklande, knights, Thomas Noreys, Roger Lusewy, John Sengedon, Thomas le Vaus, Walter Burgeys, Roger Carpenter, John de Brommore, John de la Bere, John Erneys, Richard Reson, John le Monk, and John Ingram.
York.B. 537. Demise by the prior and convent of . . . . . to Robert . . . . of the tithe corn and hay of Bramton, in the parish of Kyrby Hylle, within the county of York. Memorandum referring to an indenture of demise.
I. of Wight.B. 538. Grant by John de Marisco, rector of the church of Brarding (Blading), to Walter Thoche, of those lands which Walter de Insula and his mother, and P. de Clammorgan, P. de Blachpanne and his father, Ælric de Langred, Josceline Pung, and John and Richard de Chalwecrofte had granted before the dedication and in dedication of the church of St. Mary Brarding. Witnesses:—Thomas de Aula, P. de Clammorgan, Ralph de Mora, and others (named).
I. of Wight.B. 539. Indenture between Pyeres de Chyerbitz, prior of St. Helens in the Isle of Wight, and John de Wallop, prior of Brommore, relative to granting the advowson and rectory of the church of Brerdynge (Brading) to the prior of Brommore. Tuesday after St. Martin, 21 Edward III. French
[Essex.]B. 540. Demise by John Mason, late of Witham, co. Essex, to Thomas Warner, of that place, of the farming out of twelve kine. 23 February, 12 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Brantre (Braintree). Seal.
[Essex.]B. 541. Memorandum relative to tithes due from lands called 'Spenys Croftys' and 'Tempell land' pertaining to a place called 'Reynehous' within the parish of Branbetre (Braintree), and which tithes John Worthy, of Halsted, as farmer of the parsonage of Halsted for the two preceding years, had claimed. 6 August, 3 Edward IV.
[Warw.]B. 542. Release by Milliccnt, late the wife of Henry de Buninton (Binton) to the monks of Bordesley, of her right in the part which she had in the mill of Buninton, and in the island lying between that mill and Welneford. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Geoffrey Panceford, and others (named). About (circa) the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist 14 Henry III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 543. Grant by Walter Turstain, of Bunintone, to the abbey of Bordesley, of a messuage and land in the vill of Bunintone. Witnesses:— Roger Godefroy of Budiford, Richard Edward, Robert Noreys, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 544. Release by Nicholas son of William de Buninton', to the abbey of Bordesley, of his right in the mills of Buninton'. Witnesses:— William, chaplain of Buninton, William de Bissopesdon, William de Ludinton, Robert del Val, and Stephen de Upton.
[Warw.]B. 545. Grant by William son of Turstain to Henry son of Eustace, of a messuage and land in Hibunigtona. Witnesses:—Henry de Bunigtona, Geoffrey Panchefot, S. parson of Bunigtona, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 546. Grant by Beatrix, daughter of Walter formerly parson of Buniton', to the abbey of Bordesley, of all her right in the lands and rents in Buniton held from her by Philip de Buniton'. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buniton, Richard Edward, Robert le Noreis, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 547. Grant by William Hay, of Buninton, son of Philip Hay, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land called 'Nonesmannes Lond' in the field of Buninton'. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Geoffrey Pauncefoth, Richard Edward, and others (named). Seal broken.
[Warw.]B. 548. Grant by Richard de Eccleshal', son of Richard de Eccleshal, to the abbey of Bordesley, of his right in the island of Buninton, lying between the mill of that place and the mill of Welneford. Witnesses:— Geoffrey Pancefot, Richard Eadward, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 549. Grant by Walter Tursteyn, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in Bunington. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Richard Eadward, Walter Prodoume, and others (named). Seal broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 550. Grant by Robert Hawe, of Haryngworth, and Thomas Baxtere, of Bulwyk, to William Basset, clerk, and Richard Armeston of lands, tenements, &c. in Bulwyk and Henwyk. 4 March, 34 Henry VI.
[Warw.]B. 551. Grant by Walter Thursteyn, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley of land in Cleytenhulle, in the fee of William Hay, and in the territory of Buninton. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Roger Godefrey of Budeford, Martin de Berton', and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 552. Grant by Walter Turstan, of Buninton', to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Buninton'. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Richard Edward, William, lord of Grafton, Godfrey de Budiford, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 553. Grant by Matilda, late the wife of Henry son of Eustace de Bunigtona, widow, to her daughter Agnes for her marriage portiou, of a messuage and lands in Bunigton. Witnesses:—Ralph de Lodint', Walter Ede of Bunigton, William Hay, Richard Eadwart, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 554. Grant by Agnes, late the wife of Walter Prudum of Buninton', to the abbey of Bordesley, of the land in Buninton' which she received at her marriage. Witnesses:—Robert del Val, William de Grafton, Richard Eadward, and others (named).
Herts.B. 555. Demise by John Edward, esquire, to William Say, Andrew . . ogthgard, knight, John Say, esquire, Laurence Cheyne, esquire, Philip Botelere, esquire, John Cheyne, and William Porte, of a tenement called 'Sawall' and lands in Brokesborne (Broxbourne). 26 August, 26 Henry VI.
[Warw.]B. 556. Grant by William Hay, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the field of Buninton', bordering on the Portweye against Waresdon. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton', Geoffrey Pancefot, Richard Eadward, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 557. Grant by William Hay, son of Philip Hay of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of his right in the Island of Buninton, lying between the mill of Buninton and that of Welneford. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Pancefot, John de Eccleshal, Richard Eadward, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 558. Grant by Walter Tursten, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Buninton. Witnesses:—Roger Godefrey of Budeford, Richard Eadward, William Hay, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 559. Indenture between the warden (le gardeyn) of St. Peter's Chapel, Kyrkeby-on-Wrethek, and Roger Wayte, of Seustern, relative to a grant to the former and to his successors of a yearly rent out of lands in Bukemynstr' (Buckminster) and Seustern (Sewstern). Tuesday after the Purification, 19 Edward III. French.
Gloue.B. 560. Grant by Nicholas de la Grene of Brithamton to Elias, his son, of land in Wystintoun, Breforlong, Middelforlong, Brocforlong, Merstonforlong, and elsewhere in Brythamton. Friday after St. Ambrose the Bishop, 2 Edward II.
Endorsed:—Brickhampton, in Gloucestershire.
[Salop.]B. 561. Grant by Alice de Bruges to Nicholas Quarel, and Alice his wife, of lands in Bruges, Cheleton', and Pereton'. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Boleville, Nicholas de la Burgh', Henry de la Broke, aud others (named).
Herts.B. 562. Demise by Thomas Hoddesdon, of Ware, and Walter Fader of Amwell, to John Say and Elizabeth his wife, Laurence Cheyne, John Leventhorp, John Cheyne, and Ralph Grey, of land in Westfeld in the parish of Brokesborne (Broxbourne). 20 June, 35 Henry VI. Seals.
[ ]B. 563. Grant by Hugh le Chaumberleyn of Herefeld to Alexander le Chaumberleyn, his brother, of a messuage with buildings in the vill of Herefeld, and land lying between the said messuage and the way in the heath which leads to Drakeneford, with its appurtenances, viz., common of the entire moor and heath. Sunday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 10 Edward II.
[Warw.]B. 564. Sale by Brunilda, relict of John Tritel, to the abbey of Bordesley, of a rent payable to her by the said abbey for a mansion called 'Brunilde's Haga.' Witnesses:—Roger Dore, Arnald Pap, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 565. Grant in frank almoin by William Hay, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of land in Buninton, stretching upon 'la Chirweya' to Little Brademore. Witnesses:—William de Ludint', Robert, rector of the church of Buninton, Richard Eadward, Walter Prudome, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 566. Grant by William son of Heury the Taylor (parmentarii), to Nicholas son of John, of land in the vill of Buninton. Witnesses:— Robert, parson of Buninton, Robert le Noreys, Richard Edward, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]B. 567. Grant by John Lodewyk, son and heir of Richard Lodewyk of Wormlee, to John Charteseys, the elder, of wood in Monewodegrove in the parish of Brokysburne (Broxbourne). Trinity Sunday, 9 Henry V.
[Herts.]B. 568. Confirmation by Robert Hales, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, and the brethern of that house to John de Cherteseye and Isabella, his wife, of land called 'le Newelonde' lying between the fields called 'Hathell' and 'Coppethorne' in Brokesbourne. Tuesday after St. Barnabas the Apcstle, 50 Edward III. Seal.
Hunt.B. 569. Grant by Thomas Othewold, of Broughton, to Thomas Brydder, of the same place, of land lying at Hullok, Chesselade, Depsladeonsrende, Ryecrofte, Rypthornes, Sideholme, and other lands in Broughton. 23 June, 23 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]B. 570. Release by Joan, relict of William Wykeham, to the prior of Wroxton, of her right in a yearly rent issuing out of tenements in Broughton, and which rent had of old been granted to the said house of Wroxton by John de Broughton, knight. 20 June, 35 Henry VI. Seal broken.
[Hunt.]B. 571. Grant by Thomas Wymeer, of St. Ives, Thomas Chamberleyn, chaplain, of that place, and Thomas Crowcher, of Hadenham, to Nicholas Styvecle, knight, Roger Hunte, Ralph Styvecle, John Grenelaue, John Rudham, and Richard Brayton, clerk, of a messuage and lands in the vill and fields of Broughton. Monday after St. Matthew the Apostles. 5 Henry VI. Seals.
[Hunt.]B. 572. Demise by John le Stalkere, of King's Ripton, to John Ballard, of Brouton, of a messuage and land in the vill of Brouton. Michaelmas, 32 Edward I. Seal.
Leic. Linc.B. 573. Conveyance by John Clerke alias Par, of Seusterne, and Richard Burton, of Bukmynstr', to the prior and convent of Kyrkby on Wrethek, of lands in Bukmynstr', Seusterne and Northwythom. 10 May, 24 Henry VI. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 574. Grant in frank almoin by Walter Turstayn, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of a messuage and land in the vill of Buninton. Witnesses:—Robert, rector of the church of Buninton, Richard Edward, Robert le Noreis, and others (named).
Endorsed: Bynton. Seal.
[York.]B. 575. Grant by Jordan de Buggethorp, son and heir of Geoffrey de Buggethorp, to Walter de Gray, canon of York, of land in the vill and territory of Buggethorp. Witnesses:—Peter de Malo Lacu, Nicholas de Hales, Adam de Wiltona, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 576. Grant by Walter Odo and Beatrix, his sister, to Philip de Stones, of land in Buniton. Witnesses:—Richard de Eccleshale, John de Eccleshale, John de Peyt', and others (named). Damaged.
[Warw.]B. 577. Release by William the Clerk (clericus) of Berstonestun, with the consent of Alice his wife, to the abbey of Bordesley, of his right in the messuage and land in Buninton', which he had of the grant of William Hay. Witnesses:—Roger de Belne, Martin the clerk of Berton, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 578. Grant in frank almoin by Lusana, late the wife of William de Buninton', to the abbey of Bordesley, of her right as dower in the Island of Buninton lying between the Monk's mill of Buninton and that of Welneford. Witnesses:—Henry de Buninton, Richard de Echeleshale, Roger son of Ralph Godefrei of Budiford, Robert Russel of Welneford, and others (named).
[Devon.]B. 579. Release by Robert Hok', of Buddelegh, to the abbot of St. Michael's Mount, of his right in the messuage and land in the manor of Buddelegh, formerly held by John Brouna of Buddelegh at the will of the abbot. Saturday before St. Dunstan, 1342, and 16 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 580. Release by Walter Thursteyn, of Buninton, to the abbot of Bordesley, of his right in lands in Buninton; and also a grant by him of a rent, to be held as a frank almoin, issuing out of a messuage and land in Buninton. Witnesses:—Robert, rector of the church of Buninton, William rector of the church of Billesl', and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Devon.]B. 581. Grant by Isabella de Bukynton to Baldewin Giffard, Roger Oxton, John Davy, Robert Frere, and John Roo, of lands and tenements in Estbukyngton (Bickington) with the advowson of the church there, together with the custody of Exeter Gaol. Thursday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 42 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 582. Release by William le Jevene, of Hyldeburworthe, to the abbot of Bordesley, to hold in frank almoin, of his right in the messuage and land in Bunynton, which he had of the grant of William Hay. Witnesses:—Roger de Belne, Martin the clerk (clericus) of Benton', William de Ragel', and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 583. Grant in frank almoin by Walter Prodoume, of Buninton, to the abbey of Bordesley, of lands in the territory of Buninton upon the Caldewellehull and next to lands called 'Deuselande,' and also lands bordering upon the road called the 'Chirewei' to Brademor'. Witnesses:— Robert, parson of Binnton, Walter Odo, Richard Eadward, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 584. Grant in frank almoin by Henry, lord of Buninton, with the consent of Alice his wife, to the abbot of Bordesley, of a messuage and land in the vill of Buninton, held from him by Roger de Hargrave. Witnesses:—Robert, rector of the church of Buninton, Simon de Oldebury, William de Raggel', Walter Prudumme, and others (named). Seal.
N'hamp.B. 585. Grant by John Man', of Kyngguseleve (King's Cliff), with the consent of Emma his wife, to John Hynekeley, of Bulwyck, and Elizabeth his wife, of lands, &c., in Buhvyeke. Sunday before St. Martin the Bishop, 6 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 586. Grant in frank almoin by Walter ad Pontem of Budiford, son of Odo, to the abbot of Bordesley, of land against Moodihull in the field of Budiford. Witnesses:—Haumund le Fauconer, Walter de Chva, Geoffrey Pancefot, Roger son of Ralph Godefrei, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 587. Grant in frank almoin by Richard Eadward, of Buninton, to the abbot of Bordesley, of lands in the field of Buninton between Abboddesdune and Grafton and in 'La Brademor;' and also a release by him of his right in the island of Buninton lying between the mills of Buninton and Welneford. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Geoffrey Pancefod, William Hay, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 588. Release by Christina, late the wife of Walter Prudummo of Buninton, to the abbot of Bordesley, of her right in the lands which they held of the fee which the said Walter had in the vill and territory of Buninton. Witnesses:—Simon de Aldebury, William de Raggeleg', and others (named). Seal.
Wilts.B. 589. Grant by John, abbot of Battle, to William Colyngborn, of the offices of steward and coroner for the manor of Bromham. 23 July, 21 Edward IV.
[Essex.]B. 590. Release by William son of Geoffrey de Welle, to Ra . . . . . . . of his right in various lands in Bumstede and in the territory of Welle. Witnesses:—Roger de Laiston, Reginald de Chilton, Stephen de Killum, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 591. Grant by Roger Wayte, of Seustern', to the Warden (le Gardeyn) of St. Peter's chapel in Kyrkeby upon Wrethek, of a yearly rent issuing out of lands in Bukemystr' and Seustern. Monday after the Purification, 19 Edward III. French. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 592. Grant in frank almoin by Walter son of William son of Odo de Buninton, to the abbot of Bordesley, of lands in the territory of Buninton, viz., land called 'Longacre' stretching from Brademore to the Chereheweie, land between the two Chercheweies, land called 'Fordseotere' upon Attreddeput, and other land beyond Pordstrete. Also confirmation by him to the said abbot of the lands held by the latter in frank almoin from the grantor's said father William, lying between the two Chercheweies and upon Curteskurun. Witnesses:—Stephen, parson of Buninton, William chaplain of Buninton, Robert de Valle, knight, Henry de Buninton, Richard de Ecclesh', Richard Eadward, and William Ettrop. Seal.
[Essex.]B. 593. Release by Robert Brook, of Dedham, to William, abbot of the monastery of St. John the Baptist, Colchester, Thomas Grene, of Witham, William Fordo, John Wright, and Thomas Baker the elder, of Ardelegh, of his right in a moiety of the manor of Bromlegh and in the advowson of the church of that place; which said moiety a certain Walter Doreward had purchased from the lord of Morlee, and which the said Robert Brook with the abbot and the others aforesaid had jointly held in remainder, after the death of Joan, late the wife of Nicholas Mortymer, of the grant of John Doreward the elder, Roger Spyce, Thomas Knyvet, Geoffrey Rokell, Thomas Rykeden, John Sampson, Robert Sudbury, and Henry Stampe. 1 March, 31 Henry VI. Seals.
[Hants.]B. 594. Demise by John Sarazin and Alice, his wife, to Clement the Smith (fabro) of Brommore, and Gunnolda his wife, of land in Schorte Forlong [in Bromore]. St. Barnabas the Apostle's day, 24 Edward I.
[Surrey.]B. 595. Grant by John atte Hale, son of Robert atte Hale of Ockelegh, to John Shyrlok' the elder, of the parishes of Cranlegh and Aldebury, of the reversion of land called 'les Inhomes' in Bromlegh in the parish of Wonerssh. Saturday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 10 Richard II. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 596. Grant by Amicia, Countess of Devon and Lady of the Isle (Domina Insule) to John Wyz and Lucy, his wife, of messuages and lands in the fields called 'Bisuthedunshulle,' 'Ryhulle,' Wydecrofte,' 'la Honwe,' 'Suthmede,' 'Meere,' 'Smizeshulle' and elsewhere in the vill of Brommore. Monday after the close of Easter, 2 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 597. Grant by William Brudemore to Richard le Frye, of Brommore, of land in the field called 'la Wydecroft' in Brommore. Saturday, the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 2 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 598. Demise by William Brudemere, of Rekeborne, to EdmundUpehulle, of Brommore, and Agnes his wife, of land in the field of Brommore. Michaelmas clay, 5 Edward III.
[Hants.]B. 599. Demise by Robert Aylfer, of Brommore, to Richard son of Osbert, of the same place, of a messuage and curtilage upon 'la Mershe' in Brommore. 23 Edward I.
[Hants.]B. 600. Grant by Thomas Polet, of Brommore, to Elias Dymmok, of land in Cherlewode and Ryhulle in the parish of Brommore. Sunday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 26 Edward I.