Deeds
B.1201 - B.1300

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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329-339

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'Deeds: B.1201 - B.1300', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 329-339. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64223 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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B.1201 - B.1300

Cornw. Devon. Dorset. Somers.B. 1201. Indenture relative to the conditions of the enfeoffment by Edward Courtenay, esq., of Philip Courtenay and Thomas Fulford, knights, John Ward, canon of Exeter, Hugh Drynge, vicar of the cathedral church of St. Peters, Exeter, Thomas Bere, and William Menwynnek, of all his manors, lands, &c., in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. 14 April, 15 Edward IV.
Endorsed: "A feoffmt of Hughe Courtney, his landes in Cornwall, Devonscr." Seal.
Rutl.B. 1202. Grant by Walter a le Barre of Overton, to the nuns of St. Michael, Stanford, of a toft in the vill of Cottismor. Witnesses:— Walter, dean of Roteland, Robert, vicar of Cottismor, William de Bere', and others (named). Seal.
Rutl.B. 1203. Demise by Margaret Godechepe, prioress of St. Michael's Staunford, to Francis Waren, of Cottesmor, of land called 'Wenton,' in the parish of Cottesmore. Witnesses:—John Tayler, vicar of St Martin's Staunford, Sir Herr' Wykes, vicar of All Hallows, and Edward Browne. 20 June, 22 Henry VII.
[Warw.]B. 1204. Release by Simon Warinot, of Cobinton, to the abbot and monks of Stanley, of his right in the messuage in Cobinton granted by Thomas, his uncle, to the abbot. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Castello, Geoffrey de Simily, and others (named).
[Wilts.]B. 1205. Demise by Richard Honymanger, rector of the church of Monkton Farley (Farlegh Monachorum), and Thomas Gore, to Walter Malger', and Margaret his wife, of a messuage with a garden and curtilage in Monkton Farley, which they had of the feoffment of Ralph Chayne, knight. Tuesday after St. Clement the Pope, 6 Richard II. Seal broken.
[Oxford.]B. 1206. Release by Nicholas son of Merwine to Nicholas de Padenhale, of his right in land in Prestecrawemers [Crowmarsh] held of the fee of the abbot 'de la Bataille.' Witnesses:—Robert Morgan, Richard Restwald, Peter Godchiep, and others (named).
Endorsed: Charter concerning land in 'le Crowinareys'.
[ ]B. 1207. Grant in frank almoin by William Sauter to the abbot of St. Nicholas, Andeg' (Angers), of lands lying upon Herdewike, Litelhulle, 'le Doune,' Stratforlong, Corfhulle, against Mentemore, between Eleyhulle and Stepenhulle, upon 'le Lowe' and elsewhere in the fields of Croftone. Witnesses:—Richard de Wald', John Dragon of Borecok, Reginald Strakerose, and others (named).
Endorsed: Kyrby and Crofton.
[N'hamp.]B. 1208. Demise by Margaret atte See, prioress of St. Michael's, Staunford, to John Clergetoun, of Colynesweston, and Sarra his wife, of lands near Shepweybroke, at 'le Dolnys,' and abutting upon Shepweybroke in the fields of Colynesweston. Sunday after Michaelmas Day, 30 Edward III. Seal.
[N'thld.]B. 1209. Grant by William Forester of Prenstrete, to John Cher, of land in the Prenstrete of Corbrig.' Corbrig', Sunday before All Saints Day, 1357.
[ ]B. 1210. Demise by Robert Baret, of Cosseby (Cosby), to Matilda Neuman, of Leicester, of land in the fields of Cosseby, rendering yearly for the same a rose at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. Witnesses:— Andrew, vicar of Cosseby, and others (named). Tuesday after the Assumption, 24 Edward III. Seal.
Surrey.B. 1211. Grant by Laurence Penryn and Joan his wife, kinswoman and heiress of John Ede of Coveham, to Nicholas Penryn, of a cottage and garden in Coveham, and land lying under Launcelynes Grove in the parish of Walton. 20 October, 46 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 1212. Release by John Brimmesgrave and Henry Keten, clerks, to Richard Symond, of Coveham, and Alice his wife, of their right in a cottage in Coveham, which they had of the grant of Nicholas at the Merche of Coveham. Monday after the Circumcision, 20 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 1213. Grant by William de Dunstaple, son of Richard de Dunstaple of Coventry, to John de Puyssheforde, of Coventry, of land in Coventry in Well Street (in vico fontis) towards Hulle Mulne. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, the bailiff, and Roger de Pacwode, the coroner of Coventry, and others (named). Sunday after All Saints Day, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[Rutl.]B. 1214. Grant in frank almoin by Robert son of William de Bere, to the nuns of St. Michael, Stanford, of part of a croft called 'Grescroft' and other crofts and land in Toftessike in the vill of Cottismor. Witnesses:—William, parson of Holy Trinity church, Stanford, William de Sumercotes, John Bottay, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 1215. Sale and release by Stephen de St. Edmund, with the consent of Agnes his wife, to Henry Marshal, of land in Park Street (vico parci) in Coventry. Witnesses:—Henry Tyson, Richard de Aula, William de Wilnhall', and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 1216. Demise by Simon son of Alesander le Blount of Coventry, to Stephen Modersone, of Coventry, of land without Bishop's Barre in Coventry. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, the bailiff, and Roger de Pacwode, the coroner of Coventry, and others (named). Feast of St. Vincent the Martyr, 8 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Surrey.]B. 1217. Grant by Thomas Tym, of Coveham, to John Tym, his father and Robert Tym, his brother, of all his goods and chattels. 29 April, 16 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 1218. Grant by William son of Richard de Dunstaple of Coventry, to John de Puyssforde, of Coventry, of land in Well Street (vico fontis) towards the mill of Hulle in Coventry. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, the bailiff, and Roger de Pacwode, the coroner of Coventry, and others (named). Tuesday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 16 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 1219. Release by Hawysia daughter of Thomas le Chaundeler of Beverley, to Thomas de Whyteleye and Margaret his wife, of her right in lands and tenements in Coventry, which the said Thomas and Margaret had of the grant of her said father. Witnesses:—William Botyner the mayor, and Ralph Palmer and Robert de Barton the bailiffs of Coventry, and others (named). Friday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 40 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 1220. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Dychesworth', son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary of Langley near Bredon, of a pasturage in Depedale in the field of Dychesworth. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp, knight, Ralph de Bredona, clerk, Richard son of Serlo de Dychesworth, and others (named).
Endorsed: Hue de Diseworthe.
[Bucks.]B. 1221. Release by Robert le Esteer of Edelisberue, to Richard de Gravesend, rector of the church of Edelisberue (Edlesborough) of his right in the messuage which he the said Robert held of the fee of that church in the vill of Edelisberue. Witnesses:—John de Buelis, James de Bello Campo, Thomas de Bergeneny, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 1222. Confirmation by Adam de Budeford, of Estlech, to the monks of Bruerne, to hold in frank almoin, of a messuage, garden, and croft, late the property of Ellen his mother, in the vill of Estlech, and of lands in Sondilonde, Stapelweye, Stonislade, against Oldeclif, beyond Scolbingesden, in Longeforlonge, Meredene, Wachingewellweie, Hongindelonde, against Gothlinche, at le Seiche, in Alredesgarston, Walneye, Aregtonesforlonge, upon le Breche, against Donesterre, in Peseforlong, at Ellerne, Mullestonesweye, in Rutherweye, upon le Orelinche, at Bassecronle and Barendelonde in the vill of Estlech. Witnesses:—Robert de Ewereus, Geoffrey Muredach, John Beaufiz, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 1223. Covenant between William Lotemon, of Chelveriscote, and William, the Chaplain serving in St. Mary's chapel, Esteleya, for a demise to the latter of land called 'le Homsfeld,' in the field of the house of Erbury called Me Wurmilnefeld,' and abutting upon the road from Estleye to Erbury. Michaelmas, 1282. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 1224. Grant by William son of Roger le Brinchelane, to Ysuda his sister, of land bordering upon the road from Estley to Etone, and of a curtilage called 'Lutle Lanton,' rendering yearly for the same one hen. Witnesses:—William Luteman, Henry Scerewind, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 1225. Grant by Adam son of Thomas de Bedeuuorth to Robert de Craft', of a grove in the territory of Ekkeshale; and if during his life the said Robert do not assign it away, upon his death the said grove is to go to the rectors of the church of Bedeuuorth (Bedworth), rendering yearly for the same a gilly flower. Witnesses:—William de Charnel, knight, William de Turevill', William de Halling and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 1226. Grant of licence by Ranulph de Byrchmor, Roger de Sloleye, and Humphrey Coordy, husbands of Dionisia, Alice, and Isabella, the daughters and heiresses of Thomas Schyrlok of Eccleshale, to Philip de Turvill, canon of Lichfield, to enclose land in Batecroft in the territory of Eccleshale, and to assign the same to a chaplain serving in the church of Bedeworth. Monday, the feast of St. Alban the Martyr, 6 Edward III. Seals.
Middx.B. 1227. Demise by John de Dunnesby, of the county of Lincoln, to Robert Burser of Edmenton, co. Middlesex, of a messuage and land in Edmenton called 'le Lecheslonde,' rendering yearly for the same a red rose. Saturday, the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 42 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 1228. Demise by Cecil de Ebroicis to the monks of Bruerne, of all his land and his men in Estlech for a term of five years. Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle after the death of king John, 1216.
[Leic.]B. 1229. Grant by Isabella de Adelwoldeston, prioress of Langeley, to Roger son of William Kyde, and to Agnes his wife, of a toft in the vill of Dithesworth' (Diseworth). Witnesses:—Hugh le Swen, Thomas de Aula, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1230. Grant by Simon Gynour, of Dounham, to John Cernay, of Trippelouwe, of a messuage, lands, tenements, &c., in the vill of Dounham. Octave of Whitsunday, 17 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 1231. Indenture relative to the enfeoffment by Robert Burser, of Edmenton, of John de Dunnesby, of the county of Lincoln, of a messuage and land in Edmenton, and to the voiding of that conveyance upon a certain payment being made by the said Robert Burser to the said John de Dunnesby. Sunday, the morrow of St. Botolph, 42 Edward III. Seal.
[Essex.]B. 1232. Release by Margery daughter of Juliana la Moke of Dunham (Downham), to Robert le Noreys, of her right in a messuage and curtilage in the vill of Dunham. Witnesses:—Adam Michel, William Bretun, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1233. Release by Richard son of Ralph de Dunam (Downham), to Simon Burr' of his right in lands, homages, rents, &c., in the vill of Dunam. Witnesses:—John de Ramesden, Thomas de Ramesden, Richard de Ramesden, and others (named).
[Linc.]B. 1234. Demise by Alice Cobeldyk, prioress of St. Michael's, Stanford, to Robert de Beston, of Dodington, and Emma his wife, of land in Dodingtonfeld. Vigil of Whitsunday. 50 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Camb.]B. 1235. Release by John Wawton to Edward Oldhalle, and Mary his wife, of his right in lands and tenements, &c., in the manors of Dytton Valenz, Dytton Camays, Saxton, Chevele, Newmarket, and Kerfelyngg, of which the said grantor with Thomas Folt, vicar of the church of Dytton, and others had been enfeoffed by Henry English. 8 January, 18 Richard II. Fragment of seal
[Warw.]B. 1236. Release by Elias, lord of Bunynton and Alice his wife, to the monks of Bordesley, to hold in frank almoin, of their right in a yearly rent issuing out of Drayton, granted by his father Henry de Bunynton to that abbey. Witnesses:—Richard de Raggeleye, Robert le Bruyli, Henry de Clyve, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1237. Certificate by Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, of an extract from the register, relative to the presentation by the prioress of Langeley of Alexander the chaplain as perpetual vicar to the vicarage of the church of Dygesworth. The second of the Ides of March 1324.
[N'hamp.]B. 1238. Grant by Matilda de Dodeford, daughter of Richard de Lega, to brother Hamud', of Catebi, of a messuage in the vill of Dodeford. Witnesses:—Richard the chaplain of Stowa, John de Lega, Peter Franceis, and others (named). 32 Henry III. Seal broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 1239. Grant in frank almoin by William le Wales, of Dodeford, to the church and nuns of Catebi, of land in the field of Dodeford towards Thorndon. Witnesses:—Ralph Hareng, John Moriz, John de Lega, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1240. Grant by John de Lega to the nuns of Cateby, of lands near Boggerode, Rokesmore, at Cleyputtes, and Coppedmore, and elsewhere in the fields of Dodeford. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph Hareng, William de Stratford, John Moriz of Langport, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1241. Grant in frank almoin by John de Lega to the nuns of Catebi, of lands at the quarry near Boggerode, towards Rokesmore, at Cleyputtes, Coppedemore and elsewhere in the field of Dodeford. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph Hareng, William de Stratford, John Moriz, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1242. Grant by John de Lega to Christina daughter of Ralph de Langport, of lands in Boggerode, and also in Boggerode towards Helrewe in the field of Dodeford. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph Hareng, John Moriz, Philip de Claro monte, and others (named). Seal broken.
[Leic.]B. 1243. Grunt in frank almoin by Hugh de Dithewrth (Diseworth) son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary at Langley near Bredon, of land under Emerweye and upon Kettlisholm and elsewhere, in the field of Dythewrth. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp and William de Dive, knights. Ralph de Bredon, and others (named). Seal.
[Camb.]B. 1244. Grant by William Oldhall, knight, to William Yelverton, knight, a justice of the King's Bench, Miles Stapylton, Thomas Tudenham, and Edmund Mulso, knights, and to John Heydon, Richard Illyngworth, Thomas Yong, Hamo Heydok, rector of the church of Estderham, William Jenney, Henry Spylman. William Norwych, Edmund Clere, and John Crudde of the manor of Dytton Valentz, with all lands, tenements, rents, and services, &c. appertaining to that manor or in the vills of Dytton Valentz, Newemarket, Chevelee, Saxton, Kertelenge, Dytton Camays and Stewcheworthe, to the intent that they might give effect to his last will when made. Friday after the Eleven thousand Virgins, 35 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Camb.]B. 1245. Grant by Henry English to Laurence Harpele, rector of the church of Snayllewelle (Snailwell), Richard Fouk', rector of the church of Brydbrook (Birdbrook), and Thomas Folays, vicar of the church of Dytton, of the manor of Dytton Valenz, Newmarket, Chevelee, Saxton, Kertelenge, Dytton Camays and Stewcheworthe (Stetchworth). St. George's Day, 5 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 1246. Demise by Margaret, prioress of Langeley, to Thomas de Wulneye, of Disworth', and John de Wodecote, of Lokynton, and Alice his wife, of the manor of Dysworth'. Sunday before Michaelmas Day, 29 Edward III. French. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1247. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Dithiswrth', son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary of Langley next Bredon, of land called 'Alwiniscroft' in the field of Dithiswrthe. Witnesses:—Richard Torp and William le Dive, knights, Robert Gurmundele of Dithiswrth', and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1248. Grant in frank almoin by Richard the Skinner (Pelliparius) of Beleton' to the nuns of St. Mary, Langeley, of land in Halesiche, extending towards Stockilandes, upon Ketelesholm, upon 'le in Nome' abutting on the road to Bredon, upon Henneforlong, in 'le in Nome' in Wadecroft, in Wluedale near 'la Balfe,' upon 'le Thevit' towards Emereveye, upon Clackeberehe next Balke in the territory of Dithesworth, and also a meadow in Ditheswrth lying in 'le Suthmedwe' and called 'le Hoch,' and another meadow in Welledoles. Witnesses:—William de Wasteneis, Hugh de Ottheswrth, Ralph de Bredona, Roger Doget, Roger Brien, John de Craimford, Richard the Dispenser (Dispensario) of Beleton, Nicholas de Wodecote, Thomas de Leys, William de Threngiston, Walter Walensis of Shepesheved, John Pictor. A.D. 1245. Seal.
[Nhamp.]B. 1249. Release by Mabilia, late the wife of William de la More of Dodeford, to the nuns of Castesby, of her right of dower in land at Blakeheg' in the field of Dodeford. Witnesses:—Hugh de Capes, John Mauric', and Ralph de Langeport.
[Derby.]B. 1250. Grant by John de Berde, of Derby, to Richard de Stathum and Richard de Denton, of a messuage with buildings in Derby, opposite the bridge across the Odbroke called 'St. Peter's Bridge.' Witnesses:— John del Hay and William Payn, bailiffs of Derby, and others (named). Derby, 20 February 14 Henry IV.
[Kent.]B. 1251. Demise by John Cok and Alice his wife of Ware, co. Hertford, to William Chamberlayn of Deptford, co. Kent, of the George Inn in Deptford, and land there. 28 January 27 Henry VI.
[Heref.]B. 1252. Grant in frank almoin by Symon de Wylmeston to the monks of Dore, of land abutting upon Derbyeslee and in Maudon'. Witnesses:— William de Solar', John Ragund, Walter de Chandos, Richard his son, and others (named).
Endorsed: Godway.
[Derby.]B. 1253. Grant by John son of Hugh son of Ralph Chapmon of Derby, to Robert le Marchale, of the same place, of a messuage in St. Mary's Street, Derby. Sunday, the Conception of the Blessed Mary, 38 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 1254. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Dixthiswrth', son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary of Langley next Bredon, of land in Dixthiswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Torp and William de Dyve, knights, Ralph de Bredon, and others (named). Undated.
[Warw.]B. 1255. Grant by William de Wotton to John de Sudleye, of land next the manse of the house of Erdbury in the vill of Great Dercet. Witnesses:—Ralph, vicar of Dercet, John de Knystecote, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Camb.B. 1256. Covenant between Ralph de Hemenhale and Henry Englyssh' relative to the purchase by the latter of the manor of Ditton Valeyns. Thursday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 37 Edward III. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1257. Guarantee by John de Somerdely, perpetual vicar of Dyseworth, to Elizabeth, prioress of Langeley, and the nuns of that house, not to injure them or their portion of the rectory of Dyseworth', especially with regard to the tithes of a mill within that parish. Monday, the feast of St. Lucy the Virgin, 1322.
[Leic.]B. 1258. Release by Gilbert Doverton to Joan, prioress of Langeley, of his right in a messuage and land in Dithesworth, which he had of the demise made to him by a preceding abbess of that House. Tuesday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 7 Edward III.
Somers.B. 1259. Release by Humphrey Stafford, knight, John Savage and John Fauntleroy to William Stourton and William Covyntre, of their right in the manors of Donnehevede, Schokerwyke and Batheneston. 6 April, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1260. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of Benedict de Ditheswrth' to the nuns of St. Mary of Langeley next Bredon, of land lying upon Gunirhaleforlong abutting upon Watton' Weh' in the field of Dytheswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp', knight, Ralph de Bredon', Reginald de Wiveliston, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 1261. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of Benedict de Dychesworth' to the nuns of St. Mary, Langley near Bredon, of land abutting upon 'Overbredonweh,' and 'le Balke' in the territory of Dycheswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp, knight, Ralph de Bredon', Reginald de Wiveliston, and others (named) Seal.
[Cornw.]B. 1262. Grant by William Parson and William Gylmyn to Ralph Hoigge of a moiety of all lands, messuages and tenements in the vill Trethinnek and parish of Dulo, which they had of the feoffment of the said Ralph, with divers remainders to his issue and to John Adam and Joan his wife. 6 March, 22 Henry VI. Seal broken.
[Leic.]B. 1263. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Dicheswrth', son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary, Langeley next Bredon, of lands upon Clackeberewh', and in Weteforrewis abutting upon Wlwedale in the field of Ditheswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp, William de Dive, William Wastines and John de Crauford, knights, Ralph de Bredon, and others (named). Seal broken.
[Leic.]B. 1264. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of Benedict de Dythesworth to the nuns of St. Mary of Langeley next Bredon, of lands lying at the Dean's Cross, (ad crucem decani) viz. upon Holmveyke abutting upon 'le Balke' in the field of Dytheswrth'. Witnesses:— Richard de Thorp, Ralph de Bredon, clerk, Reginald de Wivelislon, and others (named). Seal.
[Cornw.]B. 1265. Grant by Ralph Hoigge to John Adam, and Joan his wife, of a moiety of all his messuages, lands, tenements, &c., in the vill of Trethynnek in the parish of Dulo. 6 March, 22 Henry VI. Seal.
[Derby.]B. 1266. Release by Thomas Alibone, chaplain, to Cecilia Fisher and John Bakelot, heirs of Henry Fisher, of his right in tenements in the vill of Duffeld, which he had of the feoffment of Edmund Fasman of Derby. Witnesses:—William de Meinasche, vicar of Duffeld, and others (named). 2 April, 5 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1267. Release by Jordan Ferthing, of Dunham, to Nicholas called the Clerk (clerico) of Dunham, of his right to lands called 'Aldevelond' and 'Langecroft' lying in the vill of Dunham. Sunday after SS. Philip and James, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[Cornw.]B. 1268. Grant by Ralph Hoigge to William Person and William Gylmyn of a moiety of all his land, messuages, tenements, &c., in the vill of Trethynnek in the parish of Dulo. 4 March, 22 Henry VI. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1269. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Ditheswrthe to the nuns of St. Mary of Longeley near Bredon, of lands in the field of Ditheswrthe, viz., in Vitewenedikeg next the highway dividing that land from Ivonescroft, and in Gelesco and Holdhil next the bounds of the field of Belctona. Witnesses:—Ralph de Bredona, Roger Walensis, Roger Doket, Reginald de Wiveleston, and others (named). A.D. 1244. Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1270. Grant in fee farm by Robert de Veer, Earl of Oxford, to John de Dounham, clerk, of land called 'le Marledelond' in the vill of Dounham, abutting upon the road from Billerika towards Maldon. Kanefeld, Monday, the feast of St. Silvester the Pope, 7 Edward II.
[Kent.]B. 1271. Demise by John Hamond, of Dover, to Richard Palmere and Thomas Toke, of land called 'Ryggescroft' near Dover, which he together with Richard Sandes, esq., William Claryngbold and Thomas Kervere, had of the feoffment of Robert Reypost of Dover. Witnesses:—Thomas Pety, the mayor, and Nicholas Burton the bailiff, and others (named). 20 July, 5 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 1272. Grant by Henry son of Thomas the Carter (carectarii) of Stivechale, with the consent of Avicia his wife, to Roger son of Edward de Flichamstude of lands lying upon Morforlong, Middilfeld, Great Park and elsewhere in the field of Daddeles. Witnesses:— Henry de Mora, John de Birne and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Wilts.]B. 1273. Grant by Nicholas Schad, with the consent of Margery his wife, to William le Hert, of a messuage in the town of Donton'. Witnesses:—Robert Durdent, the bailiff, and .Nicholas Loveryrtg, the reeve of Donton, Roger de Portesmouth, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 1274. Demise by . . . . le Bothe, prioress of Langley, to John Clements and William Dans . ., of the parsonage of Dalby and land, &c. in Dalby. 1 Henry . . Much injured.
[Heref.]B. 1275. Grant by William Walens', son of Roger Widens', of Dorsinton', with the consent of Eva his wife, to the abbey of Dore, of a right of way through his lands, viz. from the lower part of the old road of Dorsinton to Arthur's Stone in the mountains of Benefeud. Witnesses: —William de Solers, Andrew de Baskevil, John de la Bache, and others (named).
Endorsed: Carta de via apud Benefeud. Seal broken.
[Essex.]B. 1276. Grant by John Arnold, of Gyng' Monteney, to Robert le Noreys and Lucy his wife, of land in the vill of Dunham. Sunday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 18 Edward I. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1277. Bond of John son of Roger de Overton, to Nicholas de Wartoff, relative to the latter's peaceable possession of land in Diseworth. Vigil of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 8 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]B. 1278. Release by Thomas le Coupere of Dercet', to the prior of Erdbury, of his right in a messuage in Dercet', which William le Coupere his father had held from that House. Tuesday after St. Katherine, 38 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1279. Grant by Robert le Taylour of Little Dunmawe, and Helewys' his wife, to William their son, a chaplain, of a messuage with houses in the vill of Dunmawe. The Epiphany, 10 Edward III. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 1280. Confirmation by Margaret de Kauz, of Derscet', to the church and canons of Ordbury, of the church of Derscet', to hold in frank almoin according to the charters of Ralph de Sutl' (Sadie) and of Otuel' her lord; also release of the scutage of land in Radewei and Derscet. Witnesses:—Roger dean of Colesh', William de Sees, William de Kauz, and others (named).
Endorsed: Domina Margar' de Calce.
[Leic.]B. 1281. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Ditheswrth' to the nuns of St. Mary of Langeley near Bredon, of land and a yearly rent in the vill of Ditheswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Torpe, William de Dive, William Wasteneys, and John de Craunfort, knights; Ralph de Bredon, William de Therengiston, Roger Brien, Alan Nowell, Robert de Mekina, Richard le Parmenter, Robert Bars, and Reginald de Wyvelston. Feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 1248. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 1282. Grant in frank almoin by Walter Prodome, of Buniton, to the monks of Bordesley, of land lying next land called 'Denseland.' Witnesses:—Henry de Buniton, Robert parson of the church of that vill, William de Grafton, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1283. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Ditheswrth', son of Benedict de Ditheswrth', to the nuns of St. Mary of Langeley near Bredon, of land in the field of Ditheswrth' lying in Cockesfurlong. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorpe, William de Dive, William Wastneys, and John de Cranford, knights; Ralph de Bredona, William de Terengestona, Roger Brian, Alan Noel, Robert de Meynil, Richard le Parmenter, Robert Bars, and Reginald de Wyfelstona. Feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1249. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1284. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Ditheswrth', son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary of Langley near Bredon, of a yearly rent issuing out of land in Ditheswrth'. The same witnesses as specified in B. 1281, and B. 1283. Feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1252. Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1285. Grant by John May the younger, of Dounham, to John de Herd wye', clerk, of a messuage with its buildings and land in Aldeneland abutting on the road from the heath of Rammesden Bellehouse towards Ronewell, and in the field called 'Little Resschet' in Dounham, which lands had descended to him from his uncle John de Dounham. Sunday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 7 Edward III. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1286. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh de Dytheswrth', son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary, Langley near Bredon, of a rent, a toft with its buildings, and lands in the vill and field of Dytheswrth' lying upon Syortelinlond. Witnesses:—Richard de Torp, William de Dyve, knights, Reginald de Wiveliston, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragment of seal.
Camb.B. 1287. Demise by John Lene and John Salynge, of Poselingworth, to Alice, wife of Roger Goseling of Ditton Valenz, of all lands and tenements in the vills of Ditton Valenz and Ditton Camays, which they had of the feoffment of the said Roger Goseling. 20 November, 40 Edward III. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1288. Demise by Alice de Tatyrsal, prioress of Langley, to Benedict son of Godwin de Dyseworthe, and Alice his wife, of land in the fields of Dyseworthe, viz. lying upon Thingouwe, Stotfoldys, Mulneton, Wavertofthate, Myddylhul, Longelyttelehul, Linbandys, and Waristog. Witnesses:—Benedict son of Hugh de Dyseworthe, Robert de Gormundel, and others (named). About the Invention of the Holy Cross 3 Edward I. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1289. Grant in frank almoin by Richard the Skinner (Pelleparius) of Beletun, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Langley, of lands in the field of Dithesuurth, viz., in Haselsiche, upon Ketelesholme, in 'le in Nome,' upon Benefurlong and in 'le in Nome' in Wadecrofthe, with meadows in 'le Suthmedue' called 'le Hoch,' and in Velledoles. Witnesses:—William de Wasteneis, Hugh de Dithesuurthe, Roger Brien, John de Cramforde, Nicholas de Wdecote, and others (named). Henry III. Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 1290. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of Benedict de Dytheswrth', to the nuns of St. Mary of Langeley near Bredon, of lands lying upon Steynberewe and elsewhere in the field of Dytheswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp, knight, Reginald de Wiveliston, Geram le Cursim, and others (named). [Henry III.]
York.B. 1291. Demise by Richard Tempest, knight, Richard Wasselyn, esquire, and Thomas Farvylle, at the instance of William Laton of Selby, to John Laton, the son of the said William, and to Katherine his wife, of a messuage and lands in Southduffeld, which they had of the feoffment of the same William Laton and of his son John. Letter of attorney for Henry Westby, Robert Derkyn and Brian Derkyn. 25 July, 11 Edward IV. Seals broken.
[Essex.]B. 1292. Grant by Nicholas the Clerk (clericus) of Dounham, to Richard de Dunmawe, rector of the church of Dounham, and to Richard Stamer, of Ronewell', of lands called 'Aldenelond' and 'la Donne' with a rent issuing out of lands in Dounham. 29 February, 18 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 1293. Release by William de Manyleghe, of Dounham, to Richard de Dunmawe, rector of the church of Dounham, and Richard Stamer, of Ronewell, of his right in land at Aldenelond and 'la Donne' and in a rent issuing out of other lands in Dounham. 5 March, 18 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]B. 1294. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of William le Crone of Moccors, to the monks of Dore, of land bordering on the lands of Margery his mother, and those of their abbey; also of marl, gravel shingle (sclatam) and a stone quarry, which he had of the grant of his said mother, with tree ingress and egress, and also of common of pasture. Witnesses:—Walter, vicar of Bredeward, Roger son of Hugh de Radnor, Richard le Breth, John de la Bache, Hugh de la Bache, and John Muschet. Feast of St. Ethelbert, 56 Henry III. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 1295. Inspeximus by Margery le Crone, daughter of Hugh de la Hulle in the parish of Bredewardine, of the grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of William le Crone of Moccors, to the abbey of Dore, of land lying next the lands of the said abbey and of Margery his mother; also grant of marl, sand, shingle and a stone quarry with free ingress and egress, and also of common of pasture. Witnesses:—Gilbert Taleboth, William de Solers, Andrew de Bask' and Walter de Bask' of Weston, knights; Walter, vicar of Bredewardine, Roger son of Hugh de Radenor, Walter de Herdwyc, clerk, Hukelinus le Franceys and Henry de Wyndesor. Michaelmas Day, 56 Henry III. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 1296. Grant by Hugh de Ditheswrth' son of Benedict, to the nuns of St. Mary of Langeley near Bredon, of lands lying upon Witemorh', Middilhul, abutting upon Holmlee and Attethefisnoke, and next Addele wood and elsewhere, in the territory of Ditheswrth'. Witnesses:—Richard de Thorp, knight, Adam Noel of Watton, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Linc.]B. 1297. Demise by Mabilia le Venour, prioress of St. Michael's, Stanford, to Ralph son of Nicholas ad Aulam of Estdeping', Agnes his wife and Sarra their daughter, of land in the park of the steward of Estdeping'. Monday after St. Matthew, 4 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1298. Confirmation by Robert de Chaucumbe of the grant in frank almoin, by his uncle William de Chaucumbe, to the canons of Chaucumbe, of land in the vill of Dauby (Dalby); also grant of the watercourse between the mills. with the right to divert the same, and to erect each year during the time for mowing a bridge across the mill-stream. Witnesses:—Simon de Coppri, knight, Fulk Basset, Geoffrey de Cherlecote, and others (named).
[Kent.]B. 1299. Demise by Thomas Foche, of Dover, and Henry Foche, of the parish of River, co. Kent, to William Forest, Edward Hexstall, Robert Colwell, Robert Smythiot, John Valance otherwise Mason, and Robert Randolf, of Dover, of land in the parish of Hougham for the sustentation of St. Nicholas's Church Dover, 20 January, 16 Edward IV. Seals broken.
[Camb.]B. 1300. Grant by John son of Gilbert le Moyne, and Alice his wife, to the prior and canons of Anglesey, of land in Dedecherlisfeld, in exchange for land granted to them by the said prior. Witnesses:—Simon de la More, Hugh le Wlunt of Wodekisham, and others (named).