Deeds
B.1101 - B.1200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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319-329

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'Deeds: B.1101 - B.1200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 319-329. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64222 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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B.1101 - B.1200

[Surrey.]B. 1101. Grant by Robert le Vineter and Ralph le Marchaunt, both of Kingeston, to John the Goldsmith (Aurifabro) the younger of that place, of land in 'la Mersshe' on Clayhulle abutting upon the Heycroft. Monday, Feast of the Conception, 27 Edward I. Seals.
[Surrey.]B. 1102. Grant by Alice Ives, of Kyngeston, widow, to Gilbert Frille Chaundeler of Kyngeston, and Christina his wife, of a messuage at Clateringebrugende in Kyngestone, and also of a curtilage in that place. The Circumcision, 21 Edward I. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 1103. Demise by Paul, prior of the House of St. Sepulchre, Warwick, and the canons of that place, to Richard Cotyn, of Claverdone, and Alice his wife, of a croft called 'Pumeleyecroft' and other lands in the territory of Claverdone lying in 'le Weyeforlong' and at Sydehamme upon 'le Longthong' and in Donyntonesclade. The morrow of the Blessed Mary in March, 1303, 30 Edward I.
[Warw.]B. 1104. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Burlega, son of William de Burlega, to the monks of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Clawerdune, lying next the land of his brother Nicholas de Burlega, and extending to the highway between Kington and Claverdon. Witnesses:—William de Edricheston', Robert Roald of Langeleg', John le Butiler of Eadricheston', and others (named). Seal broken.
[Surrey.]B. 1105. Grant by William le Casere, of Kyngeston, and Christina his wife, to Gilbert Frille, of Kyngestone, and Christina his wife, of part of a house and a curtilage at Clateringebrugende [in Kingston]. Thursday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 23 Edward I. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 1106. Grant by William Brergreve, of Claverdune, to Walter de Marcle and Amicia his wife, of land in the territory of Claverdune, lying in Wetemersse and extending towards Foxhale and Colgrimes. Witnesses:— Henry parson of Claverdune, Nicholas de Curdesehal', and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 1107. Grant by Hugh de Burle, son of William de Burle, to Juliana, his wife's niece, of land in the territory of Claverdune in the direction of Chyrholt. Witnesses:—John le Buttiler, Nicholas de Kyrkebie, Nicholas del We, all of Eadrichiston, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]B. 1108. Demise by John de Syfrewast, lord of Clewar', to John Thorley and Sybil his wife, the grantor's daughter, of a messuage and curtilage in the parish of Clewar abutting on Smythislane, with remainders over to his daughters Margaret and Agnes. 8 March, Henry VI. Seal.
[Berks.]B. 1109. Demise by John Cyfrewast, lord of Clyware, to Hugh Bythewode and Joan his wife, of a tenement and land in the parish of Clyware. Michaelmas Day, 19 Richard II. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 1110. Grant by John ate Hetthe, of Suthwode in the parish of Clevee (Cliffe) to Adam Boot, of the same place, of land in Midrcde in Suthwode in the parish of Clevee, and bordering upon the highway from 'Roffa' (Rochester) to Cleeve. Sunday after St. Valentine the Martyr, 18 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 1111. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Burl' to the monks of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Claverdone. Witnesses:—William de Waleford, Nicholas de Burl', John le Butiler, and others (named). Seal.
Berks.B. 1112. Demise by Richard Chamberleyn, Thomas Rokes, Thomas Fowler, Thomas Danvers, Drugo Brudenell, Stephen Glover, clerk, and John Badby to John Breknoke and Elizabeth his wife, of a moiety of the manor of Cleware, and of a messuage and lands in Cleware, which they had of the enfeoffment of the late Margaret Breknoke, widow, one of the daughters and coheiresses of John Sifrewaste, with remainder to Richard Breknoke, brother of the said John Breknoke. Letter of attorney for Thomas Vincent and John Batt'. 9 May, 1 Henry VII. Seals.
[Berks.]B. 1113. Release by John Rekys, son and heir of William Rekys late of Bray, to Charles Ryppon, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, formerly the wife of the grantor's father, of his right in the manor of Cleware. 20 November, 14 Henry VII.
Kent.B. 1114. Grant by George Jay, of the parish of Clyve, to Gosseline Cardon and Robert Chyrs, of that place, of his lands, tenements, &c. in the parish of Clyve (Cliffe) or elsewhere within the county of Kent. Saturday after the Annunciation, 17 Henry IV.
Kent.B. 1115. Demise by William Smyth, of Esttrete in the parish of Cleve, to William Cunton, son of Stephen Canton of the same place, of land called 'Forstes' in the parish of Cleve. 3 March 28 Henry VI.
Kent.B. 1116. Indenture of release relative to the bond of Roger Shelley, of Bexhill, Robert Wodeford, of Crayforde, and John Hert, also of Crayforde, to Thomas Cardon to indemnify him against William Golde, of London, in any action touching lands and tenements in the parish of Clyff. 14 April 9 Edward IV. Seal.
[Berks.]B. 1117. Grant by Richard de Sifrewast, knight, lord of Clyfware, to his daughter Margery, of lands lying in Toncrofte, Wygginham, and elsewhere in the vill of Clyfware, rendering yearly for the same one pound of cumin. Witnesses:—Warin vicar of Clyfware, Thomas Bernel, and others (named.) Seal.
Kent.B. 1118. Grant by Gosseline Cardon to Richard Bruyn, esquire, Henry Frampton, esquire, Robert Pryk, of the King's household, Geoffrey Hert, of Crayford, William Chershe, of London, and John Chershe, of messuages, lands, tenements, &c. in the parish of Clyve. Cleve, 22 December, 15 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Memorandum that Richard Bruyn, the sole survivor of the above-mentioned feoffees, re-enfeoffed Thomas Cardon of these lands, &c., on the 6 November, 2 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 1119. Demise by William Alysaunder, late of Northflete, and John Soneman, son of Laurence Soneman late of Cleve, to Richard Glover, of London, Richard Forde, one of the Remembrancers of the Exchequer, Thomas More and Thomas Elbregge, of Rochester, of a messuage and divers lands, and of a marsh, wood, &c., in the parish of Cleve, lying at Cowlyngstrete, 'le Ewnshote,' next 'le Broke,' at Colynswillows, Medestile, 'le Chircheweye,' 'le Combe,' Welpende, in Estwode alias Redewode, Wodelese, Lyndebrokes, Redeham, and Brademede next Ottle in the parish of Cleve; all which they with others had of the feoffment of Thomas Drapere, late of Cleve (Cliffe). 10 January, 35 Henry VI. Seals.
Kent.B. 1120. Release by Roger Shelley, of Bexhill, and Robert Wodeforde and John Hert, both of Crayforde, to William Hynde, of London, John Leynton, John Donne and Henry Assheborne, of their right to lands, tenements, marshes, &c., in the parish of Clyff. 24 March, 13 Edward IV. Seal and broken seals.
Kent.B. 1121. Indenture between Thomas Cardon, of Clyff, of the one part, and Roger Shelley, of Bexhill, and Robert Wodeforde and John Hert, both of Crayford, of the other part, relative to lands, tenements, and marshes, &c., of which he had previously enfeoffed them, in the parish of Clyff. 14 April, 9 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 1122. Counterpart of B. 1121. Seals.
Kent.B. 1123. Grant by Thomas Cardon, of Clyff, to Roger Shelley, of Bexhill, Robert Wodeford, and John Hert, both of Crayford, of lands, tenements and marshes, &c., in the parish of Clyff. 13 April, 9 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.B. 1124. Demise by Roger Shelley, of Bexhill, and Robert Wodeford and John Hert, both of Crayford, to William Hynde, of London, John Leynton, John Donne and Henry Assheborne of lands, tenements, marshes, &c., in the parish of Clyff, which they had of the feoffment of Thomas Cardon of Clyff aforesaid. 18 March, 13 Edward IV. Seals.
Kent.B. 1125. Grant by Richard Barnard, of Suthwerk, 'Inholder,' son and heir of John Barnard and of Alice his wife, to William Hynde, of London, and Henry Assheborne, of land called 'Barnardes' in the parish of Clyff, late the property of the grantor's parents and previously of John Dunston of Cleve, his mother's brother. Letter of attorney for Gosline Huet. 7 December, 14 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 1126. Release by Thomas Glover, son and heir of Richard Glover late of London, to William Hynde, of London, John Leynton, John Donne, Henry Assheborne, and Gosceline Huet, of his right in a messuage with lands, marshes, woods, &c. in the parish of Cleve, winch the said William Hynde and others had of the demise of John Lambard and John Lucy, both of London. 24 March, 13 Edward IV.
Kent.B. 1127. Release by Alice Leman, late the wife of Henry Leman of Halstow co. Kent, to Thomas Sprake the elder and Thomas Peryote, of the same place, of her right in lands in the parish and fields of Cleve. 28 June, 14 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.B. 1128. Release by Richard Barnard, of Suthwerk, 'Inholder,' son and heir of John Barnard and of Alice his wife, to William Hynde, of London, and Henry Assheborne, of his right in land called 'Barnardes' in the parish of Cleve. 5 August, 15 Edward IV. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 1129. Release by William Mungeham, John Crowche, of Rochester, Edward Thomasson, of Feversham, and Richard Redhill, of London, to Margery, wife of Richard Fuller and daughter and heiress of Richard Perdour, of their right in land, late the property of Robert Prikke of Cleve, lying in Southwodde in the parish of Cleve. 20 January, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
Kent.B. 1130. Release by Richard Fluck, of London, son and heir of Thomas Fluck of Northflete, co. Kent, to William Hynde and Henry Assheborne, both of London, of bis right in lands, tenements, woods, and marshes, &c., in the parish of Cleve, which they had of the demise of John Kynge, of London, and Gosceline Hywet, of Cleve, and which the said John Kynge and Gosceline Hywet had of the grant of the aforesaid Richard Fluck. 20 March, 16 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.B. 1131. Release by Richard Rykkylliss, kinsman and heir of Richard Rykkyllis of London, viz.; son of John Rykkyllis, brother of the said Richard Rykkylys, deceased, to Robert Weston, John Saunder, and Thomas Darlyngton, of London, of his right in a salt marsh called 'le Northorpe' in the parish of Cleve (Cliffe), and in lands in Bromedyche, Hokegate, and elsewhere in the parish of Hygham, which marsh the said Richard Weston, John Saunder, and Thomas Darlyngton, together with the aforesaid Richard Rykkyllys and John Haukyns the elder, had of the feoffment of Hugh Perkyns, clerk, and the other lands they had of the feoffment of William Page, Thomas Page, Richard Page, William Cotyng, Thomas Davy, John Swayn, Henry Periot, and Thomas Beste. 28 February, 10 Henry VII. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1132. Grant by Robert de Cotes to Robert son of Matthew de Trafforde, of a yearly rent payable by John de Cotes for a tenement in the vill of Cotes, and in the fields of Cullewrth, rendering yearly for the same a rose. Witnesses:—Hugh de Messenden, knight, Richard White (Albus) of Cullewrth', and others (named).
Kent.B. 1133. Grant by Richard Rykkyllys, kinsman and heir of Richard Rykkyllys late of London, viz. son of John Rykkyllys brother of the said Richard Rykkyllys, deceased, to Robert Weston and John Saunder, both of London, of all lands, tenements, marshes, &c., in the parishes of Clyve and Higham, which had descended to him upon the death of his said uncle Richard Rykkyllis. Letter of attorney for Philip Buntane, of London, chaplain, and Robert Gylmyn, of Gravisend. 1 March, 10 Henry VII. Seal.
[Salop.]B. 1134. Release by Stephen Dorelot to Hugh le Vavassur, and Sibil his wife, of two messuages and land in 'La Cockesete.' St. Gregory the Pope's Day. 54 Henry III.
[I. of Wight.]B. 1135. Indenture between Geoffrey, abbot of Quarr, and Henry Dogelondre, by which the latter bound himself to convey his tenement in Codibyarpoyli [near Newport] with its houses, lands, meadows, &c., to the former, as soon as the King's licence was obtained. 18 February 1333.
Endorsed: Cotebar Poily. Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 1136. Release by Robert Dogelondre to Henry Dogelondre, his brother, of his right in the demesne and fee of lands and tenements in South Codibyar Poli and North Codibyar Poyli near the town of Neuport. 5 May 1337, 11 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1137. Grant by John Bayly, of Colde Assheby, and Margery his wife, to Richard Heyre of that place, son of the said Margery, and to Agnes his wife, of a messuage in 'le Weste Zende' in Colde Assheby, and land, &c. in the vills and fields of Colde Assheby. 24 January, 31 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]B. 1138. Grant in frank almoin by Ranulph de Pavili, son of William de Pavilli, to the monks of Pipewell', of land in Coldesseby (Cold Ashby), part of which lay through the Havedlond and part abutted on the road from Haddune. Witnesses:—Philip Roce, William de Neubold, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 1139. Release by Henry Dogelondre to the abbey of Quarr, to hold in frank almoin, of his right in the demesne and fee of lands and tenements in South Codibyare Poyli and North Codibyare Poyli near the town of Neuport. Morrow of the nativity of St. John the Baptist, 1337, 11 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 1140. Release by John the Chaplain (capellanus) of Colesburne to Jordan de Aldeswelle, of his right in lands in the fields of Little Colesburne. Witnesses:—John Crotun, Richard de Bosco, William de Marisco de Huldicote, and others (named).
I. of Wight.B. 1141. Grant in frank almoin by Henry Doglondre to the abbey of Quarr, of his tenement of Cotibyar Poyli near Wyppingeham and Neuport, in the Isle of Wight. Monday after the Crucifixion of Our Lord, 1337, 11 Edward III. Seal.
I. of Wight.B. 1142. Grant in frank almoin by Henry Dogelondre to the abbey of Quarr, of his tenement in Cotibyare Poyli near Neuport in the Isle of Wight. Morrow of St. John the Baptist ante Portam Latinam, 1338, 11 Edward III. Seal.
Warw.B. 1143. Grant by John de Tyso to Master Simon son of Gervase de Walton a, of a rent payable by Nicholas, the grantor's brother, for a tenement in the vill of Cumpton; also rents issuing out of mills and land in the vill of Merston, and other rents issuing out of lands in Warewich, and also two messuages in Tyso, so that the said Master Simon may keep a lamp in the church of Tyso before the altar of St. Nicholas: and of the messuage in Vuerton, land in the vill of Ofteshulle, with the mill of that place, and a rent issuing out of lands in Tyso: rendering yearly for the same half a pound of pepper and two pounds of cumin. Witnesses:—Richard Bigot, Ralph de Sancto Edmundo, Roger de Blez, and others (named). Seal.
[Surrey.]B. 1144. Grant by Henry le Clerk of Codynton, to Henry de Somerbury, of land in Howelle in Codynton. Tuesday before the Purification, 10 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 1145. Release by William Fraungchelin', of Swich', with the consent of his wife and heirs, to Alan vicar of Codistok, of that land which Matilda, wife of the late Helyas de Codistok', held in dower. Witnesses: —Hugh Burgewut', Henry de Stokes, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: Donatio de W. Frankeleyn.
[York.]B. 1146. Letter of attorney by Ralph, Earl of Westmorland, for Robert Botiller to receive seisin of lands, &c., in the vill of South Cowton in Richmundshire, from William de Thorp, son and heir of Alice de Thorp. 28 December, 14 Henry IV.
[Warw.]B. 1147. Confirmation by Roger de Morton, with the consent of Hawise his wife, to the church of St. Leonard of Wrocheshal' (Wroxhall) and the nuns of that place, of the land in Cuppehull' which John de Abetot had granted to them in frank almoin, and as fully the said John had held that land from Robert de Lega, the ancestor of the said Roger de Morton. Witnesses:—John de Abetot, Robert de Penedoc, Simon de Mertona, and others (named).
[York.]B. 1148. Letter of attorney by William de Thorpe, son and heir of Alice de Thorp, for Robert Warcop and John Hunton to deliver seisin to Ralph, Earl of Westmorland, of lands, &c. in the vill of South Cowton in Richmundshire. 28 December, 14 Henry IV. Seal.
[York.]B. 1149. Release by Richard de Brereton and Agnes his wife, and Custance, daughter of Henry Profit of Appiltrewyk, to Ralph de Nevyle, of their right in those lands in Calde Conyngeston (Cold Coniston) in Craven, formerly held from the said Ralph de Nevyle by the said Henry Profit and Adam his son, ancestors (sic) of the said Agnes and Custance, and which the prior of Bolton in Craven had acquired, without licence in mortmain, from the said Ralph de Nevyle. 20 April, 24 Edward III.
[Surrey.]B. 1150. Grant by William Wymond, of Codynton, to Henry de Somerbury, of land at 'la Donlond' in Codynton. Tuesday before the Purification, 10 Edward II.
[Hants.]B. 1151. Grant in fee farm by Walter, abbot of Quarr and the convent of that place, to Edmund, prior of Christchurch Twynham, of a messuage, land, meadows, and a mill in 'la Thorpe'; grant by the said prior and convent of Christchurch Twynham to the said abbot and convent of a messuage in 'la Mullestrete' in Christchurch Twynham. Monday before St. Margaret the Virgin and Martyr, 1323, 17 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1152. Grant by Hugh de Messenden, knight, to Hugh de Culleworth' of land with an adjacent messuage, together with a bondman and his issue in Culleworth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Culleworth, knight, Richard de Heyning, Robert de Cotes, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1153. Settlement of disputes between Adam, prior of Esseby Canons, and the convent of that place, and Roger de Mussynden, the elder, relative to the advowson or right of presentation to the church of Coleworth, viz. the said Roger to have the grant of the presentation to Master Richard de Evesham, but all future presentations to be the right of the prior. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Below, rector of the church of Lega, Robert perpetual vicar of Essh', and. others (named). Monday before St. Faith the Virgin, 1325, 19 Edward II.
[Surrey.]B. 1154. Grant by John son of Alexander de Codyngton, to John the Smith (fabro) of Codynton, of land upon Howelle in Codynton. Witnesses:—Laurence de Sancto Michaele, Richard called Juvene of Ewelle, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1155. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph son of Reyner de Coleworke to the church and canons of Essebi, of a yearly rent issuing out of land in the vill of Colew'. Witnesses:—John ad Grene, Simon de Monasterio, Ralph son of Henry de Colew', and others (named).
[Ches.]B. 1156. Release by Ralph de Monte Alto, rector of the church of Kirkeby, to John de Sancto Petro, of his right in land in Great Cristelton. Witnesses:—Sir William de Venablis and Sir Hugh de Dutton, knights, William de Hauwrdin, sheriff of Chester, William de Spurston, and others (named). Seal.
Surrey.B. 1157. Grant by Henry Saunder of Ewell, to John Codyngton, of Codyngton, in the same county, John Legh, knight, John Gaynesford, of Crowherst, esquire, Ralph Legh, John Scott, Henry Burton, and others (named) of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of Codyngton. . . January, 24 Henry VII. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1158. Release by Richard, bishop of Winchester, Ralph Lepton clerk, Thomas Hobson, Edward Mylles, John Skynner, and John Fenner, at the request of Henry Saunder, and Joan his wife, to John Codyngton of Codyngton, of their right in the lands, &c., in Codyngton, which they held to the use of the said Henry Saunder and Joan his wife. 8 February, 24 Henry VII. Seals.
Surrey.B. 1159. Release by Margaret, relict of Thomas Codyngton, to John Codyngton, their son and heir, and to Thomas Ballyng, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, John Nedham, knight, a Justice of the Common Pleas, Richard Needham, of London, and John Elmebrigge, of her right in the manors of Codyngton and 'le Logge. 20 June, 10 Edward IV. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1160. Grant by Thomas Codyngton, of Codyngton, to Nicholas Shipton and Isabella his wife, with remainder to their son William and divers remainders over, of a messuage and lands in Codyngton, viz. in Upperhowelle, Upperberefurlong, Watersladefurlong, Underhowelle, Bramblehulle, Pesefurlong, Underbrambelhulle, Howelle, and Averham furlongs, rendering yearly for the same a pound of pepper. 1 August, 20 Henry VI. Seals.
Surrey.B. 1161. Demise by Thomas Codyngton, of Codyngton, to Henry Somegood, of Ewell, of a messuage and lands in Codyngton, viz. in 'le Forehalf' of Bereforlonge, Buntyngfordys, Plumtre, Greneweye, and Est Merkeforlonge Howelle Pytte, and 'le Forhalf' at Lynke. Feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, 30 Henry VI. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1162. Grant by Letia daughter of Philip le Tavener of Codynton, to William son of John the Smith (fabr'), of the same place, of a house with a curtilage in the vill of Codynton, abutting on the road from Guldeford to Croyndon. Sunday alter the Purification, 30 Edward I. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1163. Release by John de Ralegh', knight, to Henry son of Walter Hereman of Guldeford, of his right in a yearly rent issuing out of the manor of Cudynton, and also in the demesne of the said manor, viz. in reliefs, heriots, &c. Thursday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 15 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 1164. Grant by John Legge the elder, of Merton, to Thomas de Hay ton the elder, of Ewell, of land in the field of Cddyngton, lying in Overbereforlongeand abutting upon Netherbereforlonge and Howelleforlong, which he had of the feoffment of Laurence de Codyngton. 7 October, 1 Henry IV. Seal broken.
Surrey.B. 1165. Grant by Thomas Codyngton, esq., to Thomas atte Novyne of land in Markeforlong in the field of Codyngton, in exchange for land conveyed to him by the latter. Monday after the Epiphany, 10 Henry VI.
Surrey.B. 1166. Demise by John Compton, of Cheyham (Cheam), and John Rose, of Ewell, to Thomas Codyngton, esquire, of the manor of, and lands &c., in Codyngton, which they had with Thomas Salmon, deceased, of the feoffment of the said Thomas Codyngton. 12 January, 10 Henry VI. Seals.
Surrey.B. 1167. Release by Ralph Codyngton, son and heir of Laurence Codyngton, to Thomas Codyngton, lord of Codyngton, of his right in a tenement and land in Codyngton. 18 April, 8 Henry VI. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1168. Grant by John Blaunchard, of Croydon, and Alice his wife, to Richard Haydon, of Ewell, and Matilda his wife, and John Haydon the younger and Margery his wife, of the same parish, of lands in the fields of Codyngton, viz. at Bromhulle, bordering upon the road from Codyngton to Reygate, Mesdene, Anham, and under 'le Hawe" abutting upon Loddeffurlang. Sunday after the Translation of St. Swithin, 8 Henry IV. Seals broken.
Surrey.B. 1169. Grant by John Blaunchard, of Croydon, and Alice his wife, to Richard Haydon, of Ewell, and Matilda his wife and to. John Haydon and Margery his wife of lands in the fields of Codyngton, viz., at Esthulle abutting upon the road from Codyngton to Croydon, at Hasele abutting upon the 'Howdene,' and land in Markeffurlang, and at Blachemeldesbusch. Sunday after the Translation of St. Swithin, 8 Henry IV. Seal broken.
Surrey.B. 1170. Grant by Thomas Smyth, of Ewell, and Alice his wife, to Ralph Codyngton, of lands and tenements, rents and services in the vills and fields of Codyngton and Cheyham (Cheam). Sunday after St. Martin, 19 Richard II. Seals.
Surrey.B. 1171. Grant by Laurence de Codyngton, of Ewell, to John Legge the elder, of Merton, and Alice his wife, of land in Overbereforlong in the field of Codyngton, which he had of the feoffment of John Belhog and John Belhog the son. 14 December, 17 Richard II. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1172. Grant by Godfrey Huscarl to William de Sancto Michaele, of land in the vill of Cudinton, rendering yearly for the same one pound of pepper or sixpence at the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle; for which grant the said William gave to the said Godfrey nine marks of silver, and to Dionisia his wife a gold ring. Witnesses:—Henry the mayor of London, Philip de Sancto Michaele, Matthew de Sancto Michaele, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 1173. Grant by Robert Hunte, of the parish of Codyngton, to William Belhog' and Joan his wife, of land in Codyngton stretching to the end of Berfurlong. Sunday before St. Margaret, 48 Edward III.
Surrey.B. 1174. Grant by John Synot, of Codynton, to John Blanchard and Alice his wife, the grantor's daughter, of land in the parish of Codynton. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 9 Richard II. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1175. Grant by Matilda Kok, of Codinton, to John Synot, of the same place, of land under 'the Hawe' in Codyngton, late the property of her father, Thomas Kok. Monday, the feast of All Saints, 18 Edward III.
Surrey.B. 1176. Grant by Thomas de Sancto Michaele, lord of Codinton, to William son of Alice le Couk of Ewell, of a messuage, land, and tenement called 'Philipers lond' in Codinton, all which had fallen in to him upon the death of the said Alice, subject to the yearly tender of a rose and of suit of court to the manor of Codinton, &c. Sunday after Ascension Day, 10 Edward III. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1177. Grant by John Belhog the elder and John Belhog', of Ewell, his son, to Laurence de Codyngton, of land in Overbereforlong in the field of Codyngton. Vigil of the Annunciation, 10 Richard II. Seals.
Surrey.B. 1178. Grant by William Aylrich, of Codintoue, to Robert le Mathon, of Ewell, and Matilda his wife, of part of a curtilage in Codintone. Friday after St. Blatthew the Apostle, 2 Edward II. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1179. John de Ralegh having granted to Walter Hereman of Guldeford, a yearly rent payable by Laurence de Sancto Michaele out of the manor of Codynton, and the said Walter having granted the same rent to Henry, son of Walter Hereman of Guldeford, the manor being in the hands of Laurence son of Laurence de Sancto Michaele, who had attorned himself of the same rent to the said Henry son of Walter Hereman, the latter guarantees to hold him, the said Laurence son of Laurence, harmless if Impleaded by reason of the attornment aforesaid. Thursday before the nativity of St. John the Baptist, 25 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 1180. Grant in frank almoin by Felicia daughter of Ralph le Symily of Cobinton, at the instance of Letitia her mother, to the church and monks of St. Mary, Stanley, of land upon Sorte Merks in the field of Cobinton (Cubbington). Witnesses:—Roger Batheman, Geoffrey de Symily, and others (named).
Surrey.B. 1181. Release by John de Ralegh, knight, to Henry son of Walter Hereman of Guldeford, of his right in a yearly rent issuing out of the manor of Cudynton, and in the demesne of the said manor, viz. reliefs, heriots, &c. Octave of St. Michael, 26 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]B. 1182. Release by William son of Robert Belle of Aumthechirche, of his right of common in the lands of the abbey of Bordesley, viz. in the Short Wood, (curto bosco) and other places. Witnesses:—Samson de Bromesgrave, clerk, Richard de Cofton, Nicholas de Burl', and others (named).
Surrey.B. 1183. Grant by John de Ralegh, knight, to Walter Herman, of Guldeford, of a rent issuing out of the manor of Codinton, subject to the render to the chief lords of the fee of the usual services and a rose at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. St. Andrew's Day, 22 Edward I.
[Oxford.]B. 1184. Release by William son of Alan de Bosco, to the monks of Bruerne, of the right of common which he claimed against them in the wood of Marsden; also grant to them of free transit through the lands in Ceddewrthe, which his father had held of the Earl of Warwick. Witnesses: —Thomas de la Mar', Robert de Sipton', and others (named). Seal broken.
[Warw.]B. 1185. Release by Thomas Peers, of Cobynton, to Roger Middilmore and John Sperry, clerk, of his right in lands and tenements, rents, services, &c., in the vills and fields of Cobynton, Napton, and Knyghtcote, which he, the said Thomas Peers, had of the feoffment of Thomas Hatte. 19 December, 8 Edward IV. Seal.
[ ]B. 1186. Grant by Alicia de Corneria, with the consent of Nicholas her son and Hudelina her daughter, to Henry Thikeman, her brother, of a messuage in the parish of Holy Cross, upon the condition that he should support her for the remainder of her life. Witnesses:—Richard de Leycestr', John de la Bulebuse, and Robert the monk, the provosts (prepositi), and others (named). Seals.
[Hants.]B. 1187. Grant in frank almain by Richard Stuke and James de Emnelega, with the consent of Alice and Matilda their respective wives, to the canons of Brommore, of that land in Crickemede, which Hugh de Burgate gave to Thomas de Hywisse with Isabella his daughter, the mother of the said Alice and Matilda. Witnesses:—John de Brommore, John Ernys, Hugh de la Polot', and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 1188. Grant by Drogo de la Muleton to Edward de Porcestria, clerk, of land in Crikmede. Witnesses:—John de Wutton, knight, Robert Hernis, Thomas Baldewyn, Hugh de la Pelote, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 1189. Grant in frank almoin by Juliana and Eufemia, daughters of Thomas de Hywisse and of Isabella his wife, to the canons of Brummore, of land in Crickemede. Witnesses:—John de Brommore, John Ernis, Hugh de la Pelote, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 1190. Grant by Roger Frankelain, of Rokeburne, to Edward de Porcestria, clerk, of land in the meadows of Cricmede next 'la Muleton.' Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Roxeburne, clerk, John Herberd, Hugh de la Pelote, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1191. Assignment by Iveta, de Pauely, prioress of the House of St. Mary of Seuuardeleye, with the consent of the Chapter, for the support of 12 nuns, of rents, acquired at their own cost, issuing out of Calvisterne, Herliston', Heitmundecot, Pyrie, and Stoke. Witnesses:—the whole Chapter.
[ ]B. 1192. Release by John de Muriefeld, son of William de Muriefeld, to Adam, abbot of Quarr, and the convent of that place, of his right in a ditch raised between the Grange of Combly and his land in Prikely. Witnesses:—John le Fleming', Robert de Cofham, John de la Blakelond, and others (named).
[Glouc.]B. 1193. Grant by William de Marisco of Ameneye, to John Crikeman, chaplain, of lands and a messuage in the vill of Little Colesburne. Witnesses:—Walter Lohout, knight, William son of John de Marisco of Huldecote, Robert Segar, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1194. Demise by Alice Wetryng, prioress of St. Michael's, Staunford, to John Hardewyn, of Kylthorp, of lands within the territory of Colyweston. The Conception, 35 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1195. Demise by Elizabeth Weldon, prioress of St. Michael's, Staunford, to John Hardewyn, of Colyweston, the elder, of land in the vill and fields of Colyweston. 2 August, 14 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]B. 1196. Demise by Alice Coupeldyk, prioress of St. Michael's, Staunford, to William Fissher of Colyweston, and to Joan his wife and William their son, of lands in the vill of Colyweston. Wednesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 6 Richard II. Seals.
[N'hamp.]B. 1197. Grant by Thomas le Rede, of Maydeford, to Adam Cosyn, of Atneston, and Sarra his wife, of land at Copwell in the field of Atneston. Saturday, the feast of St. Martin, 20 Edward III. Seal.
Berks.B. 1198. Grant by John Cake, of Maydenhith in the parish of Cokham, co. Berks, to John Norys, esq., and Roger Norys, of Cokham, of a tenement and a croft called 'Puddyng Crofte' in Maydenhith, formerly the property of John Cake the grantor's father and of Joan Cake, formerly the wife of the said John Cake the elder. 25 October, 28 Henry VI. Seal.
Berks.B. 1199. Demise by John Elmere, John Campeden, Thomas Ailleward and William Norton, clerks, to John Morys, warden of St. Mary's College, Winchester, near the city of Winchester, of the manor of Colthorp, to hold in frank almoin, also of a yearly rent issuing out of Miggeham, which they had of the feoffment of John Shelford of London. Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 3 Henry IV. Seals.
[Linc.]B. 1200. Demise by Simon, abbot of St. Mary's, York, and the convent of that place, to Matilda, prioress of St. Michael's, Staunford, and the nuns of that house, of two parts of the tithes of sheaves of corn accruing from the demesne lands of Ayncurte within the limits of the parishes of Corby and Swafield in the diocese of Lincoln, which the said abbot and convent had of the grant of — de Ayncurte; the said prioress and nuns acknowledging that the said tithes were of old time the property and right of the said abbot and convent of St. Mary's, from whom they held them upon payment of a yearly pension of four and a half marks, to be paid at the abbot's manor of Belton next Graham. Dated on the 13th and 10th days of the Kalands of August, 1288.