Deeds
B.1501 - B.1600

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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359-368

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'Deeds: B.1501 - B.1600', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 359-368. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64226 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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B.1501 - B.1600

[Camb.]B. 1501. Demise by Warin the Chamberlain to Simon de Seintliz, of lands called 'Garscroft' and other lands in Eleswrde (Elsworth). Witnesses:—Robert vicar of Gumecestr', Robert de la Kernele, and others (named). 18 Henry III.
[ ]B. 1502. Grant by William de Sancto Leodegario, of Eyndon, to William son of Walkelin, of lands in the field of Eyndon and of a messuage there, viz., in Delmers, abutting upon Eylefemlond, in Cresmor and Ladune, and extending to Witenhul, a portion of meadow under Aldeforde, and land by Barlihwellemor and in Woveslondes Siche. Witnesses:— Thomas son of Wal' de Eyndon, Geoffrey de Trafford, Matthew de Trafford, and others (named).
[ ]B. 1503. Grant by John de Sancto Leodegario to William son of Walkelin de Eyndon, of lands upon Rakewelle and extending into Fulwelle Siche in Eyndon, rendering yearly for the same one bodkin (una acus) at Easter. Witnesses:—Robert Curteis, Philip de Cantebrige, and other (named).
[ ]B. 1504. Release by Alice de Eyndon, late the wife of John de Sancto Leodegario, to William son of Walkelin de Eyndon, of her right in lands in the fields of Eyndon, which the said William had of the grant of her late husband. Witnesses:—Matthew de Trafford, William de Sancto Leodegario, Robert Curteis, and others (named).
[Berks.]B. 1505. Grant by Robert the Shepherd (Bercarius) of Eystenebourne, to William Beleit, son of Robert Beleit, of land in Stomfurlong in the field of Eistenebourne (East Enborne), rendering yearly for the same a rose. Witnesses:—Alan de Craul', knight, Robert Beleit, Adam de Breche, Walter Pigun, and others (named). Seal.
[Surrey.]B. 1506. Grant by Thomas de Marelaue, son of Robert de Ewelle, to Richard de Schyrefeld, clerk, and John son of Alice le Bukelestre, of a messuage and curtilage in Cudinton' (Cuddington). Saturday before St. John the Baptist, 27 Edward I. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 1507. Letters of attorney by John Fereby and Margery, his wife, for John Wake and John Sewale, to deliver to John, prior of the Charter House, London, seisin of the Overmede and other land in Iseldon. 9 April, 1430, 8 Henry VI. Seals.
[Middx.]B. 1508. Grant by William Pecok, son of Peter Freraan of Iseldon, to Adam de Basing', of London, of lands in Iseldon abutting upon the lands of St. John's Hospital, London. Witnesses:—William de Oreseye, Simon de Gardino, Richard de Camerwelle and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]B. 1509. Letters of attorney by Thomas de Reseley, rector of the church of Slyngesby (Slingsby), for John Barker, of Hokenall Torcard, and Henry de Ogeston to deliver to Hugh de Annesley, of Rotyngton, seisin of lands and tenements in Hokenall' Torcard (Hucknall-Torcard). Wednesday, 16 April, 5 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Wilts.]B. 1510. Indenture between William Lente, of Heygheworth (Highworth), and John Chubbe, of the same place, relative to a burgage in Heygheworth. Thursday after St. Thomas the Apostle. 18 Edward III, Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 1511. Grant by William son of Peter Treman of Iseldon, to Adam de Basing', of London, of landa in Iseldon', rendering yearly for the same a pair of white gloves. Witnesses:—William de Horeseye, Richard de Camerwelle, Robert de Purtepol, William de Basevile, and others (named). Seal.
[Somers.]B. 1512. Demise by Sir John de Risyngdon, parson of the church of Ievele, and Sir Robert de Sambourne, chaplain, and Sir William Umfray, parson of the church of Kyngeston', to William Wodeforde, clerk, of a chamber with the Oratory, of a house covered with straw and used as a cattle shed and stable, and a curtilage and land in Ievele (Yeovil). Thursday after St. Ambrose, 30 Edward II. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 1513. Demise by Thomas Arundel to John Avery, of lands in the parish of Iseldon (Islington). 12 October, 21 Henry,VIII. Seal.
Middx.B. 1514. Confirmation and grant by Henry Stampe, of Layr Breton (Layer-Breion), John H . . . n, Richard Podenay, William Hayward, and John Page, the elder, to Margery, late the wife of John Webbe of Iseldon, of the lands and tenements which they had of the feoffment of the same Margery in Iseldon, with remainder after her decease to John son of the said John Webbe, and to Edmund, William, Thomas, and Joan, the brothers and sister of the same John, and to Margery, wife of John at the Nasse. Monday before St. Denys, 1383. Seals.
Middx.B. 1515. Release by Thomas Chaundeler, of Calne, co. Wills, to his brother William Chaundeler, of his right in the lands, in the parish of Istelworth (Isleworth), late the property of his brother John. 3 March, 6 Henry VIII. Seal.
Middx.B. 1516. Grant by Robert de Ferrers to Robert Knolles, knight, and Custance his wife, Adam de St. Ives, Thomas Grene, and John Boys, chaplain, of the manor of Pancras, with lands, tenements, rents, and services in the parishes of Iseldon', Kentishton', and St. Giles the Lepers. . . 9 [?] December, 1 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.B. 1517. Grant by William Samson, perpetual vicar of the parish church of Istilworth, to Thomas Frowyk, knight, William Donyngton, and Robert Wodford, of lands in the parish of Istilworth (Isleworth), which the grantor together with John Wode. Sub-Treasurer of England, John Wode his brother, John Stanney, and Edward Bertlotte had of the feoffment of Robert Wylkynson. 10 October, 21 Edward IV. Seal.
Middx.B. 1518. Release by Robert Wilkynson, formerly of Istilworth, John Wode, Sub-Treasurer of England, John Wode his brother, John Stanney and Edward Bertlotte, to Thomas Frowyk, knight, William Donyngton, and Robert Wodford, of their right in lands in the parish of Istilworth (Isleworth), abutting upon the lands of the abbess of Syon called 'le Kelyng' and 'le Vynes.' 12 October, 21 Edward IV. Seals broken.
Middx.B. 1519. Demise by William Samson, perpetual vicar of the church of Istilworth, to Thomas Frowyk, knight, William Donyngton, and Robert Wodford, of the lands in the parish of Istilworth, abutting upon the lands of the abbess of Syon called 'le Kelyng' and 'le Vynes,' which he with John Wode, of Mulsey, John Wode the younger, his brother, John Stanney, and Edward Bartelot had of the grant of Robert Wylkynson. 10 October, 21 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Somers.]B. 1520. Demise by John Ganvill', rector of the parish church of Ievele, and lord of that vill, to William Martyn, Joan his wife, and William their son, of a messuage in the High Street of Ievele (Yeovil). Witnesses:—William Graungere, provost (propositus) of Ivele, and others (named). Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 9 Henry IV. Seal.
Middx.B. 1521. Grant by William Pecok, son of Peter Freman of Iseldon', to Adam de Basing', of London, of lands in Iseldon' abutting upon the lands of the Hospital of St. John, London, and on the King's highway, rendering yearly for the same a silver penny. Witnesses:—William de Oreseye, Simon de Purtepol, Richard de Camerwelle, Robert Osegod, and others (named) Seal.
Middx.B. 1522. Demise by John Grune, Thomas Urwyk, Thomas Frowyk, John Groveherst, and John Bovell, to Elizabeth, abbess of Syon, of a messuage and land in the parish of Istilworth standing upon a parcel of land called 'le Pykedacre' and also of that and other land there, which they had of the grant of Robert Wylkynson. 4 May, 7 Edward IV. Seals broken.
Middx.B. 1523. Release by John Grene and others to Elizabeth, abbess of Syon, of their right in a messuage and land in the parish of Istilworth 6 May, 7 Edward IV. Seals.
Middx.B. 1524. Grant by Robert Wylkynson to John Grene and others of a messuage and land in the parish of Istilworth. 3 April, 6 Edward IV.
Middx.B. 1525. Grant by Richard Plokyngton, William Veysey, and William Pokelyngton, to Robert Wilkynson, Walter Kyng, and Henry Assheborn, of a messuage in the parish of Istylworth. 15 September, 2 Edward IV. Seals.
Middx.B. 1526. Letters of attorney by Richard Plokyngdon, William Veysey, and William Pokelyngton, for John Queneson and Baldwin Payn to deliver to Robert Wilkynson, Walter Kyng, and Henry Assheborne, seisin of a messuage in the parish of Istylworth abutting upon the way from the common pasture called 'le Mere' to 'le Millefeld.' 15 September, 2 Edward IV.
Middx.B. 1527. Letters of attorney by John Somerseth, of London, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for William Barneby, chaplain, and Thomas Godfrey, to deliver to Thomas Kyrkeby, Keeper of the Rolls of the King's Chancery, John Say and William Bredon, seisin of lands, tenements, &c, in the vills and parishes of Istelworth and Westbray[nford, Yilling, He]ston', Norwode [Chesewyk] and Sutton. 31 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 1528. Letters of attorney by Thomas Kyrkeby, Keeper of the Rolls of the Chancery, John Say, esquire, and William Bredon, of London, for Thomas Fowler, chaplain, Simon Westover, and Thomas Bek to receive from John Somerseth of London, Chancellor of the Exchequer, seisin of all his lands, tenements, and rents in the vills and parishes of Istelworth (Isleworth), Westbraynford (Brentford), Yilling (Ealing), Heston, Norwode, Chesewyk (Chiswick), and Sutton. 22 July, 31 Hen. VI. Seals.
Middx.B. 1529. Release by William Barneby, chaplain, to John Somerseth, of London, Chancellor of the Exchequer, of his right in lands and tenements in the vills and parishes of Istylworth, Westbraynforth, Yillyng, Heston, Norwode, Cheswike and Sutton. 18 July, 31 Henry VI. Seal.
Essex. Middx.B. 1530. Confirmation by Thomas, Bishop of Durham, John Stafford, Treasurer of England, William Sevenok, late mayor of London, and Henry de Chadirton, to the abbess of Syon. of the manor of Grauncortes co. Essex, and land, tenements, &c, in Istelworth, Twykenham, Worton and Heston co. Middlesex, 3 November, 3 Henry VI. Seals.
[Herts.]B. 1531. Release by John Blakeman, of Widihale, to the abbot of Ramesey of his right in land in Terfeud. 32 Henry III.
Endorsed:—In Terfeld.
Middx.B. 1532. Letters of attorney by Thomas Kyrkeby, Keeper of the Rolls of the King's Chancery, John Say and William Bredon, clerk, for William Veysy to deliver to Richard Plokyndon seisin of lands and tenements in the vills and parishes of Istelworth, Westbrayneford, Yillyng, Heston, Norwode, Cheswyk, and Sutton, which they had of the feoffment of John Somerseth. 10 July, 37 Henry VI. Seals.
Somers.B. 1533. Release by John Martyn, of Hilcombe, to William de Montagu, Earl of Salisbury, of his right in the manor of Ilemynstre (Ilminster). 4 January, 39 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 1534. Release by John Clare, of Kenebauton (Kimbolton), to Simon Chawebrid, of Kenebauton, of his right in land in Ilfeldmeade. 41 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 1535. Indenture between John Stonley, prior of Stonley, and Roger Meryfowl, of Kynebauton (Kimbolton), relative to the peaceable possession by the former of a messuage and land in the field of Wormedych in "le Ilfeld." 14 March, 9 Henry VI. Fragment of Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 1536. Letters of attorney by William Laurence, of Raundes, and Matilda his wife, for John Barat to deliver to Thomas son of John Hickeson, John son of Geoffrey Andrewe, chaplains, of Raundes, Thomas Raund, of Raundes, William Saundar and to Margaret, daughter of the same William Laurence and Matilda, seisin of lands, tenements, rents, pastures, &c, in Ilffyeld. 6 February, 11 Henry IV. Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 1537. Demise by . . . . . Chalkebrid, chaplain, of Wormedych in the parish of Kenebauton (Kimbolton), to . . . . de Ellisworth and William Sunnyng, of Stonle, of lands, tenements, &c., in Ilfeld. Thursday after St. Valentine, 39 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 1538. Grant by John Ilfeld, son and heir of William Ilfeld, of the parish of Tylbrok (Tilbrook), and Margaret his wife, at the date of the deed in sojourning Kenebauton (Kimbolton), to Simon Chawebrid, chaplain, of Wormedyst, of land, &c., in Ilfeld. Feast of St. Ambrose the Confessor, 38 Edward III. Seal.
[Wilts.]B. 1539. Release by John Lynte, son and heir of John Lynte, late of Hyworth, to Christopher Waryn, vicar of Hyworth, of his right in a burgage in Hyworth. 8 June, 35 Henry VI. Seal.
[Sussex.]B. 1540. Grant by John Edward' to William Pottere, clerk, and John Pottere of lands, tenements, rents, and services at Rogheye in the parish of Horsham. 18 January, 16 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Sussex.]B. 1541. Demise by William Wallere, William Stowte and John Wodye to Thomas Coupere and Amicia, his wife, of a messuage, with a garden called "Roseplace," and the reversion of a messuage, held for life by Idonia Rose, at Rogheye in the parish of Horsham, which they had of the feoffment of Thomas Pottere and William Cloterwyne, who had been enfeoffed of the same by the said Thomas Coupere. 20 June, 11 Henry VI, Seals.
[Kent.]B. 1542. Demise by Thomas Love, Alexander Sabbe, John Love son of John Love, and John Wylmyshert, son of Thomas Wylmysherst of the parish of Goutherst (Goudhurst), at the instance of Edward Roodde, of that place, to William Mugge and John Jurdan, of the parish of Horsemonden, of lands called "Davyshope," abutting on the rivulet running from Brodefordmylle to the bridge of Brodeford, on the highway from Fewcrosse to the said bridge, and "le Mede att the Bregge," in the parish of Horsemonden, and which they had of the feoffment of the said Edward Roode 2 May, 6 Henry VIII.
[Oxford.]B. 1543. Release by John son of John de Lyons, knight, to the prior and canons of Chaucumbe, of his right in lands and tenements in Horpol and Plumptonpyrie, which his father had granted to them in frank almoin. Thursday, the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 20 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]B. 1544. Grant by Robert Lebai and Agatha, his wife, to William Jabet, of lands, tenements, &c, in Ieffelond. Ansteleie, Monday before St. Martin, 36 Edward III.
[ ]B. 1545. Grant by Richard Bryde, of Jernefeud, to John Bryde, his brother, of lands in the field of Jernefeud. Witnesses:—John Penston Edward Ludduk, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]B. 1546. Release by Amicia de Parys in Wystowe, widow, to John, abbot of Ramesey, and the convent of that place, of her right in a messuage in St. Ives, with reference to which messuage proceeding had been taken before John de Vallibus and the other Justices in Eyre in the county of Huntingdon. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Northon', rector of the church of Gerdele, Ralph de Clerevaus, John son of Thomas le Ku of Wystowe, William le Moyne of Bernewelle, and others (named). Seal.
Jersey.B. 1547. Grant by Hugh Vaughan, knight, captain of the castle of Mounterguyll and of the island of Jersey, to Thomas Tamworth, of the office of auditor of the Island of Jersey. 15 March, 21 Henry VI.
Camb.B. 1548. Release by John de Bletnesho (Bletsoe), chaplain, to Henry Englis, of his right in the manor of Ditton Valens and its appurtenances in Ixningge (Exning) and Newmarket, which manor he had of the feoffment of Euphemia. relict of John Walkefare. Friday after St. Margaret the Virgin, 37 Edward III. Seal.
Hunt.B. 1549. Release by Robert But, of St. Ives, to Nicholas de Styvccle and William Hoys, of the former place, of his right in lands and tenements in St. Ives;, Slepe and Woldhyrst (Woodhurst), which they had of the feoffment of John son of John le Clerk of St. Ives, the kinsman and heir of John de Totyng. Monday after Trinity Sunday, 28 Edward I.
Hunt.B. 1550. Grant in frank almoin by Katherine, daughter of Alexander de Haliwelle, late the wife of Robert son of Warner de Overe, widow, to Simon, prior of the House of St. Ives of Slepe, of a rent of one pound of pepper to sustain the hospitality of that church (ad hospitalitatem dicte ecclesie sustentandam) issuing out of land in the town of St. Ives; which land, being of the fee of the said prior, and lying between the messuage called 'le Havedlond' and the portion of her sister Alice which her father had given her upon her marriage. Witnesses:—John Ballard, William Norreis, Nicholas de Overe, Richard Oulf, Richard de Hampton in Nedengwrth, and others (named). Seal.
Hunt.B. 1551. Grant in frank almoin by Alice, daughter of Alexander de Halywelle, late the wife of Richard the Carpenter (Carpentar'), to Simon, prior of St. Ives of Slepe, of land (ad hospitalitatem dicte ecclesie sustentandam), in the fee of the prior in St. Ives, lying between the messuage called 'Havedlond' and the marriage portion of her sister Katherine. Witnesses:—John Ballard, William Noreys, Richard Ulf, Richard de Hampton', and others (named). Seal.
Hunt.B. 1552. Grant by William de Eltesle (Eltisley) and Nichalaa, his wife, to Robert son of Stephen de Hale, of a range of houses (rengia) in the town of St. Ives. Witnesses:—William de Stowe the steward of Ramsey, William de Houctone, Ralph de Clervaus, John de Bradenach, John Aspelon, and others (named). Seals.
Hunt.B. 1553. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey le Vineter de Cruce Roys' and Pleysancia, his wife, to William, abbot of Ramesey, of two messuages in the town of St. Ives. Witnesses:—William de Swyneford, Robert de Wendeye, Robert de Hale, and others (named). Seal.
Hunt.B. 1554. Indenture between John Huntyngdon, abbot of Ramsey, and John Barenger, of St. Yvys, Rauffe Kebull and William Fraunck, the churchwardens of the parish church of St. Yvys, for the sale to the abbot of the church lands in Halywell and Nedyngworth (Needingworth). 2 January, 20 Henry VII. English. Seals.
Hunt.B. 1555. Letters of attorney by Nicholas Styvecle, knight, and Walter Taybard for Robert Aunfleys to deliver to Robert Wright, of St. Ives, and Thomas Trover, seisin of tenements in the town of St. Ives. 10 August, 16 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Hunt.B. 1556. Release by John Collys, of Huntyngdon, to John Chicksond of his right in lands in the town of St. Ives lying upon 'le Fenfurlong,' which he and the same John Chicksond had of the feoffment of William Foun of St. Ives. 1 June, 4 Henry VI. Seal.
Hunt.B. 1557. Grant by John Brampton, of Rameseye, to John Rome, rector of the church of Overe (Over), John Elyngton, rector of the church of Therfeld (Therfield), and Robert Waryn, of a messuage in the town of St. Ives. 5 May, 15 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Hunt.B. 1558. Grant by Roger de Erethe, of St. Ives, to his daughter Agnes, of that messuage in the Street of St. Ives, which Thomas de Erethe, his father, had given him. Monday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 16 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
Hunt.B. 1559. Grant by Richard le Eyr, of Nyddyngworth (Needingworth) to Geoffrey de Halywell and Beatrix his wife, and to Emma their daughter, of lands in the fields of St. Ives, lying upon 'le Benelond,' 'le Scharprode,' 'le Redelond,' Langgelond, 'le Waterylond,' 'le Wodelond,' in Kyngesbrokes, upon Yremanhil, at the Windmill, Cheselynebrigges and Thurclond, rendering yearly for the same a gillyflower. Friday before St. Faith the Virgin, 2 Edward II. Seals.
Hunt.B. 1560. Bond of Robert de Santre and Roger de Norton for a rent to be received out of a messuage in the town of St. Ives. Easter Day, 35 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
Hunt.B. 1561. Bond of Thomas atte Halle, of Wodehyrst (Woodhurst), to Roger de Nortone, for payment of a rent issuing out of land in St. Ives, which the said Thomas had of the feoffment of Dame Mary, late the wife of Stephen de Houghtone, knight. Friday, the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle and Evangelist, 30 Edward I. Seal.
Hunt.B. 1562. Demise by Matilda Fyn, late the wife of Geoffrey Fyn of Huntingdon, to Robert de Hale, rector of Gravele (Graveley), of a range (rengia) of houses in St. Ives formerly granted to her upon her marriage by Robert Ballard her brother. Witnesses:—William de Stowe, Baldwin his son, Ranulph de Clervaus, John de Clervaus, Robert Morel, Richard de Broucton. clerk, and Reginald le Freman of Houcton. Feast of St Botolph, 8 Edward I.
Hunt.B. 1563. Demise by Philip de Claris Vallibus (Clarival), and Emma his wife, to John Ballard, of St. Ives, for the life of the said Emma, of lands, houses, &c., in St. Ives and Eleswrth' (Elsworth). Feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, A.D.1249. Much injured.
[ ]B. 1564. Release by Alice, late the wife of Bernard the Sawyer (serratoris), to the abbot and convent of Stonle, of her right in a man and also in lands, meadows, pastures, or other things in Homedewe Witnesses:—Robert Baudewyne, John Pilling, and Henry de Mora.
[ ]B. 1565. Release by Robert le Boteler of Holecote, to John de Sayton, his kinsman, of his right in a messuage and land in Holecote. Wednesday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Heref.B. 1566. Grant by Elizabeth Hampton, widow, to Thomas Yarworth, William Jones, John West, and Richard Glasebury, of land in Lyneheld in Hommelacy (Holme-Lacy), which had descended to her upon the death of Hugh Watye, her father, to the intent that they might carry out her will. 6 February, 7 Henry VIII.
[ ]B. 1567. Memorandum relative to an extent taken of lands and pasturage of the prior and convent of Essebi in 'le Holmleis,' and of land received in exchange by the said prior. Saturday before St. Luke the Evangelist, 18 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 1568. Release by William, son of Swein de Penna, to Alan . . . . ., of his right in land in Holmere. Witnesses:—Peter Pincerna, Roger de Messenden, C . . . . Mantel, John son of James de Penna Adam de North, and others (named).
[ ]B. 1569. Grant in frank almoin by Henry Frankelein to the canons of Erdbury, of land upon Holluthurn'. Witnesses:—William de Seis, Geoffrey Russell, and others (named).
[Worc.]B. 1570. Release by Simon de Genpilliariis, prior of Newent, to the abbot of Borsdeleya, of his right in a rent issuing out of the manor of Holeweya. Vigil of St. Barnabas the Apostle, A.D. 1296.
[ ]B. 1571. Demise by William son of Robert son of Hugh de Benetleg' (Bentley), to brother William de Pistrino, of Bordesley, of a meadow called 'Holnmedwe.' Christmas, 1276.
[N'hamp.]B. 1572. Demise by Ralph son of Richard de Seuwell', to Alexander son of Ralph de Seuewell', of a rent with homages, &c., issuing out of lands and tenements in the parish of Hocton (Houghton), and in the fields of Hocton and Seuewell' (Sywell). Witnesses:—Thomas de Linley and others (named).
[ ]B. 1573. Release by Robert son of Roger Baker of Holewel' to the nuns of Langley next Bredon, of his right in lands in the territory of Holewell' upon Welledole, which Alan de Burtona, chaplain, had given to that house, by whom the same had been granted to the said Robert. Witnesses:—Ralph de Bredon, clerk, Robert de Gurmundel of Dychesworth, Geram le Cuisun, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]B. 1574. Grant by Henry Wynterfold, Nicholas Wawe, John Knight, and John Brayles, parson of the church of Fladbury, to the abbot and convent of Bordesley of a messuage called 'Parkhalle' and of lands in Holoweye next Fekkenham (Feckenham), which King Edward III. had granted to them for that purpose. 10 June, 50 Edward III. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 1575. Grant by Robert Burnel, lord of Hodenhulle, to William Houmfrey, of Hodenhulle, Agnes his wife, and William his son, of a messuage and land in the town and field of Hodenhulle (Hodnel). Wednesday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 1576. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph de Lestre to the nuns of Sewardesleya, of lands in the field of Holcote (Holcott), lying upon the Greneway and abutting upon the Portwey and Thornbreche. Witnesses:— Robert Samwys, William de la Forde, Thomas Bosterel, Reginald de Heymundcote, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1577. Grant by Peter de la Leye to Lucy de Wetamstede, prioress of Sewardesley, of lands in Holecote (Holcott) and Eston (Easton), viz. in Alwynehale, upon Benforlong, Horscroft, and in Schytereshulle, in exchange for lands in Schutelhanger (Shuttlehanger) in Me Wourze, towards Aldryngton, at Schawelle, in Gorebrode and at Hulmede. Monday after St. . . . the Bishop, 10 Edward 1. Damaged.
I. of Wight.B. 1578. Grant by Robert Berri to the abbot of Quarr, of rents issuing out 'of lands in Horingford and Wyppingham. Witnesses:— Thomas Crespin, Hugh le Flemeng, William Vrri, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 1579. Grant in frank almoin by Robert de Estre to the nuns of Sewardesleya of land in Holecote, viz. upon Sitereshul, Horscrof banlond, and Alwineshale. Witnesses:—Hugh son of Robert de Sutelhanger, Thomas Boterel, William Kok, Robert Samwis, Alan de Tiffeld, and others (named).
[N'hamp,]B. 1580. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph de Estre to the nuns of Sewardesleya, of land in Holecote lying upon Sitereshul, Horscroftbanlond, and Alwinshale. Witnesses:—Hugh, son of Robert de Sutelhanger, Thomns Boterel, William Kok, and others (named).
[ ]B. 1581. Grant by John Rosselin to Laurence de Cumpton, of a messuage with a curtilage and lands on 'la Hulle' and 'la Done,' abutting upon Beketone, rendering yearly for the same one pound of cumin. Witnesses:—John Trenchard, Henry de Arnewode, John le Veyl, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 1582. Grant by John Fleming to John le Caus, of lands and common of pasture in the manor of Hordhulle. Witnesses:—William de Buttesthorne, Robert de Murdinge, Henry de Arnewode, John Michel, Philip de Bachamton and William le Hunte.
[Hants.]B. 1583. Grant in frank almoin by William Galoun, with the assent of Christina his wife, to the canons of Brommore, of land in the field of Hordhull'. Witnesses:—Roger de Gardino, constable of the Castle of Cristescherche, William de Butesthorne, William de Gundeville, Richard de Brochamton and others (named). Seal broken.
[Hants.]B. 1584. Grant by Nigel Amfrey to the prior and convent of Brommore, of lands in Hordhulle, lying upon 'la Hulle' and abutting upon Roselingesaker, 'la Bache' and the road leading to the Church of Hordhulle. Witnesses:—John le Fleming, William de Butestorne, John de Fernhill' and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]B. 1585. Grant by Henry de Wynkbourne to Ralph de Cromwell', knight, the younger, and Avicia his wife, of land in Horlye in Hokenaltorkard (Hucknall-Torkard). Witnesses:—William Bernak', parson of Gonaldeston (Gonalstone), and others (named). Sunday before St. Andrew the Apostle, 18 Edward. Seal.
[Sussex.]B. 1586. Grant by William Bynde, son and heir of Roger Bynde, to John de la Logge, of land with homages, rents and buildings in the parish of Hodlee and Court of Bradehurst. Witnesses:—William Peverel, John de Chelfestrode, John de Berkhamme and others (named).
[Sussex.]B. 1587. Demise by Thomas Pilefolde, Robert atte Lynds, Richard Cowdenne and William Wellere to John Tolay and Lucy, his wife, of lands and tenements called 'Seledeslond' in the parish of Horsham, which they had of the feoffment of William Ridlere, of Horsham, and which were bounded by the road from Colstapele to Horsham heath, the stream running from Asshesmulle to the manor of Chersworth, and lands called "Goffeslond,' 'Wollokkeslond' and 'Colstapele'. 8 March 5 Henry IV. Seals.
[ ]B. 1588. Grant by John de Malteby to Robert the Clerk (clerico) of Medburn, of lands and tenements in Hornyngwold. Wednesday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. 14 Edward II.
[Sussex.]B. 1589. Grant by William Selede and Isabella, his wife, of Horsham, to William Ridelere, of the same place, of lands and tenements in the parish of Horsham. 13 March, 46 Edward III. Seals.
[Sussex.]B. 1590. Release by William Ridelere, of Horsham, to John Tolay, and Lucy his wife, of his right in lands and tenements called 'Seledeslond' in the parish of Horsham. 20 March, 5 Henry IV. Seal broken.
[Sussex.]B. 1591. Demise by Thomas Pottere and William Cloterwyne to William Wallere, William Stowe, John Wodye and Thomas Coupere, of a messuage at Rogheye called 'Roseplace' in the parish of Horsham which they had of the feoffment of the said Thomas Coupere. 26 September, 4 Henry VI. Seals, broken.
[Sussex.]B. 1592. Bond by John Tolay to William Ridelere, of Horsham, relative to land called 'Seledeslond' in Horsham. 22 March, 5 Henry IV.
[Sussex.]B. 1593. Indenture relative to the enfeoffment by William le Rose, of 'la Rogheye', of Adam le Waller of a grange [in Horsham]. Sunday after St. Faith, 39 Edward III.
Hants.B. 1594. Covenant between Thomas de Dountone, the prior, and the convent of Brommore, and John Trenchard, chief lord of Hordhulle, relative to the tenure of the lands which the said convent held from him in Hordhulle. Thursday after St. Dunstan, 2 Edward II. Seal.
[Wilts.]B. 1595. Grant by Christopher Waryng, vicar of Hyworth (Highworth) to Richard Lynte, the elder, and Alice his wife, of a burgage in Hyworth, which he had of the feoffment of Richard Kaynell and Thomas Paket. 20 September, 36 Henry VI. Seal.
[Sussex.]B. 1596. Grant by Robert Edyng, of Ma Rogheye, 'to William le Rose, of the same place, of houses and curtilages in 'la Rogheye' [in Horsham]. Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 14 Edward III.
[Glouc.]B. 1597. Grant by William, abbot of St. Mary's, Bruton, co. Somerset, to John Osborne, of Horseley, and Isabella his wife, and Walter their son, of a tenement and toft called 'Luddesmore' in Horseley. 12 November, 13 Henry VIII. Fragments of seals.
[Southt.]B. 1598. Grant in frank almoin by John le Flemeng to the abbot and monks of Quarr, of lands in 'la Eldelond' in Horingeford abutting on the road from Arraton to Horingeford. Witnesses:—Thomas de la Aule, John de la Brigge, Richard de Querderey and others (named).
Glouc.B. 1599. Grant by Thomas Herne, kinsman and heir of Walter Herne, late of Tetbury, co. Gloucester, to Robert Poyntz, of lands, tenements, &c, in Luddesmore in the parish of Horseley. Letters of attorney for John Stradlyng and Thomas Lewes. 5 April, J 3 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Herts.B. 1600. Demise by Sir Guy Fairfax, knight, a justice of the King's Bench, John Botiller, esquire, and Thomas Say, to Thomas Basyngborne, esquire, of the manor of Hoddcsdonbury with all its lands, tenements, &c., in the fields and parishes of Hoddesdon, Great Brokisborne (Broxbourne), Little Brokisborne, Brekynden (Brickendon). Wormeley (Wormley) and Amwell. Letters of attorney for Thomas Frankessh and William Bamburgh. 26 November, 9 Henry VII. Seals.