Deeds
C.101 - C.200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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'Deeds: C.101 - C.200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 395-405. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64230 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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C.101 - C.200

Essex.C. 101. Release by Robert, son of Robert de Baiocis, knight, to Sir William de Burton, knight, and Eleanor his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of the manor of Wodehalle in Arkesdene. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Gerldyng, knight, and others (named). Friday, the morrow of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 47 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.
Oxford.C. 102. Release by William Savage, of Wodestock, to Master William Symond, clerk, of all his rights in lands, &c., in More by Stanlake, which he had by the gift of Edward Gibbys, of Abyndon. More, the Purification, 11 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 103. Grant by Richard de Melnho, of Bykeleswade, to Sir Roger the Chaplain, his son, of two burgage tenements in Bykes, with the buildings thereon, and the goods and chattels therein, and land in Holmefield above the Saltereshulfurlong. Sunday after St. Matthew, 6 Edward II.
[Linc.]C. 104. Grant by Joan, late the wife of Nicholas del See, of Grymesby, to Sir John West, parson of the church of Bradeley, Sir Richard, parson of the church of Hawardby, and Sir William Lucy, master of Rayner's Chantry in Grimsby, of lands in the vill and liberty of Grimsby. Witnesses:—Richard de Misen, mayor, John de Holme and John Prymerose, bailiffs, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 19 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]C. 105. Release by Joan, late the wife of William Kenewy, to Thomas Colpeper, of Estfarlegh, of her right to dower in lands of her late husband at East Farleigh. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Frenyngham, knight, John his brother, and others (named). 8 March, 24 Edward III. Seal.
[Wmld.]C. 106. Grant by Robert Penny, vicar of Crosseby Ravynswath, and Adam Fattyng, chaplain, to Thomas de Dokwra and Katherine his wife, and the heirs male of their bodies, of two tenements in Stirkelandgate in Kirkeby in Kendale, and also a close and barns in Kirkby in Kendale. Witnesses:—Thomas de Stirkeland, knight, Richard Roos, Robert de Belynghame, Richard Doket, John de Threlkeld, esquires. 15 November, 4 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Oxford.C. 107. Grant by John Mayhu, of Goddyngdon, to John Waleys, rector of Goddington, and Simon Carter, of Shenle, co. Bucks, of land in Goddington. Sunday after St. Barnabas, 14 Richard II.
[Berks.]C. 108. Grant by Margery, late the wife of John de Helme, to Geoffrey King, of Hungerford, and Joan his wife, of arable land in the field of Sandone, in a tillage called 'la Wreche.' Hungerford, Wednesday after St. Dunstan, 11 Edward II.
[Wilts.]C. 109. Grant by John Mychell, of Stratton, and Alice his wife, to Robert Schotesbroke, knight, and Edith his wife, of a messuage and land in Baddebury and Baddehamwike, and elsewhere in the hundred of Kyngbury, and also a close, &c., in Esthrop by Hiworth, called 'Huberdes.' 16 October, 3 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Leic.]C. 110. Grant by John Burdet, of Shepeye, to Nicholas Coniggusby, of the same place, chaplain, and John de Coniggusby his brother, of a capital messuage and a moiety of the advowson of the church in Shepeye, with the homage and service of Hugh de Raveneston in Neubalt by Oseleston, and with the homage of his free tenants in Baxterleye, and the homage, &c., of William de Shepeye, rector of Bysburi, together with lands at Louseby and houses, &c., without the western gate in the suburb of Leicester. Witnesses:—William Chaumpayn, knight, and others (named). Saturday after the Decollation of St. John, 23 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Wilts.C. 111. Grant by John Brode, of Dounameaeye, to Nicholas Edolf and Richard Frankeleyn, of the same place, of lands in Dounameneye and Rodborne. Feast of St. John ante Portam Latinam, 50 Edward III.
Bucks.C. 112. Demise by John Marny, esquire, to John Hobbes, the elder, of Kyngeshey, yeoman, John Hobbes, the younger, and Richard Hobbes his brother, of the manor of Kingsey, except the part assigned as dower to Margaret, wife of Thomas do Echyngham, knight, late the wife of Thomas Marny, knight, brother of the said John Marny, and excepting feudal services. 20 February, 18 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 113. Grant by Matilda, late the wife of Roger Tonky, late citizen and wool merchant of London, to Richard de Chaddesle, clerk, and John de Cauntebrigg, citizen and fishmonger of the same, of two tenements with cellars, shops, and solars, in Gracechurch Street, in the parish of St. Benedict Gracechurch; and also of 13s. 4d. rent issuing out of a tenement belonging to the priory of St. Mary's Southwark. Witnesses:—John Peche, Mayor of London, and others (named). Thursday, the feast of St. Martin the Bishop, 35 Edward III. Seal.
[Essex.]C. 114. Grant by Richard Josep and Thomas Howelle, late of Sandon, to John Basset, the elder, of Chishull, John Glascok, of Godestre, the elder, Thomas Marchall, of Donmow, Thomas Selers, of Great Badewe, and John Safoull, of Broxhed, of a messuage, land, meadow, and 12s. yearly rent, in Sandon and Great Baddow. Saturday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 21 Henry VI.
[Somers.]C. 115. Release by Thomas de Brydeport to Ralph Bonefaunt and Margery his wife, of a cottage and curtilage with land in the manor of Kyngestone by Yevel. Sunday before St. George the Martyr, 27 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 116. Grant by Matilda de Beauchamp, Countess of Warwick, to William Barry, of Berkeswell, of land with a house in Berkeswell. Sunday before St. George the Martyr, 14 Edward I.
[Bedf.]C. 117. Grant by Roger de Denford, archdeacon of Rochester, and William de Thame, clerk, to Walter Salter, of Russhton, and Joan his wife, of a messuage in Dunstable. Tuesday, the feast of St. Benedict the Abbot, 42 Edward III.
Middx.C. 118. Grant by William Chedworth, esquire, to Robert Nore, citizen and butcher of London, and Joan his wife, of a piece of waste land in Stebunhith, adjoining the common pasture called 'West hethe.' 15 October, 17 Edward IV. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Suff.]C. 119. Grant by Robert de Bures, son of Nicholas de Bures, deceased, to Robert Mordel, of Neyelond, and Alice his wife, and Edmund their son, of land in Weston, part in a field called 'Foher acres,' and part in a field called 'Gatefield.' Sunday after the Epiphany, 19 Edward I.
[Essex.]C. 120. Grant by Humfrey de Waleden, knight, to Thomas, son of Thomas Robyn, of Macchyngg, and the heirs of his body, of lands in Matching called 'Turpynesland.' Saturday, the Assumption, 29 Edward III.
Kent.C. 121. Release by Thomas Couper, alias Thomas Broke, son and heir of Richard Couper, alias Richard Broke, of Crofton in the parish of Orpynton, deceased, to Nicholas Lathell, gentleman, Thomas Norland, alderman, and John Clerk, citizens and grocers of London, of 6 parcels of land and wood lying together at Gunnepend, in the territory of Crofton, of which one parcel is called 'Isilond,' another 'Chalkryden,' two others are called 'Symondesfeldes;' a parcel of wood adjoins these, and the last is called 'Pesecroft.' 20 November, 22 Edward IV. Damaged.
[Kent.]C. 122. Assignment, by way of sale, by Thomas Swyft, rector of the parish church of Holyngborn, to John Broun, clerk, of the tithes of the rectory of Hollingbourne, for a certain period. 10 June, 6 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 123. Grant by Richard de Welleford, citizen and draper of London, to William de Hanampstede, citizen and pepperer of the same, of tenements in Cordewanerstrete, in the parish of St. Mary Aldermariecherche. London, Friday after the Assumption, 14 Edward III.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings Court of pleas of land, Monday after the Translation of St. Edward the King, 14 Edward III.
Oxford.C. 124. Demise by William Stonore, knight, and John Wroughton, esquire, and Henry Doggett, feoffees of the said Stonore, to Christopher Holand, of Thame, of a messuage in Watlyngton, with a horse-mill. 7 February, 20 Edward IV.
Kent.C. 125. Grant by Nicholas Lathell, gentleman, and John Clerk, citizen and grocer of London, to Robert Praty, chaplain, of 6 parcels of land and wood at Gunnepende, in the territory of Crofton, in the parish of Orpington. [See C. 121.] Crofton, 25 August, 19 Edward IV.
[Bedf. and Herts.]C. 126. Grant by Nicholas Gregory, of Keneswyth, to William de Wylshamsted, son of Nicholas de Wylshamsted, of Dunstable, of lands and tenements in Dunstable, Kensworth, and Cadendon. Sunday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 23 Edward III.
[Devon.]C. 127. Indenture of settlement by which Henry Drewe ratifies and confirms the estate and possession of John Hyll, son and heir of Richard Hyll, and of the heirs of the body of the said Richard Hyll, of and in the manors of Schyllyston, Sprydelyston, Sprydelystonie, Southneuton, and Horswyll, and all other the lands which formerly belonged to Robert Hyll, esquire, (except lands, tenements, suits, reversions and services in Schyllyston Cokflut and Newton Ferres), with successive limitations in default of such heirs in favour of William Hyll, William Hyll, the younger, and Richard Hyll, brothers of the said John Hyll, and the heirs of their bodies.
The deed recites that William Hyndyston, serjeant-at-law, then deceased, and the said Henry Drewe, with others then deceased, stood seised of the premises, and all other the lands which formerly belonged to the said Robert Hyll, to the use and profit of the said Robert Hyll; and that the said William Hyndyston and Henry Drewe conveyed the estate to the said Richard Hyll, son and heir of the said Robert Hyll, esquire, and kinsman and heir of Robert Hyll, deceased, late one of King Henry VI.'s justices of the Common Bench, and the heir of the body of the last-mentioned Robert Hyll. 2 February, 5 Edward IV.
Wilts.C. 128. Release from Richard Seward, son of John Seward, of Ludgershall, to William Saxton and Ann his wife, of Trokliston, co. Hants, of lands in Ludgershall, and also in the vill and field of Luddesden called 'Mangcorn Fyell,' 1 June, 15 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 129. Grant by John de Assavilla to Felicia de Pollesdene and Isabella her daughter, of land in Schaldeburn, lying in a certain tillage called 'Bradeweye,' between the land of the abbot of Derford and the land of Henry de la Pleystowe, of Bekesgate, extending upon 'la ripe.' [13th century.]
Surrey.C. 130. Grant by John de Byeshopeston, parson of the church of Westhorselegh, and Richard de Kerselawe, parson of the church of Byflete, to William de St. Omer, of land in Easthorselegh, for life; with remainders in succession to Isabella, daughter of Thomas son of William de Weston, for life, Thomas son of Isabella, and the heirs of his body, and to the right heirs of the said William de Weston. Monday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 29 Edward III. Fragments of two seals.
[Sussex.]C. 131. Grant by William Stowte to William Lachebrook, Matilda his wife, John Carle, and Thomas Burgeys, of four crofts of land in Horsham at Pyllynges, adjoining the highway leading from Rogheye to Byrchenebrug. 20 January, 20 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 132. Grant by William Anable, John Trought, and Robert Haddon to Alice West, late the wife of John West, of Dunstable, and Thomas, son of Thomas March all, of the same place, of a tenement in West Street, Dunstable, extending towards the north to Ikenyldstrete. 6 June, 6 Henry VI. Seal.
Essex. Camb. Suff.C. 133. Indenture by which Thomas, Earl of Ormond, appoints Thomas Huberd, gentleman, receiver-general of all his bailiffs, tenants, &c., of his manors, lordships, and lands in the counties of Essex, Cambridge, and Suffolk, and grants to the said Thomas Huberd a messuage and lands at Aketon, co. Suffolk, for life. 1 May, 15 Henry VII. English.
[Nhamp.]C. 134. Demise by John Pygot, the younger, Master of the Hospital of the Holy Trinity by Kingesthorp called 'St. Dewys,' and the brethren thereof, to Robert Douceamour, parson of Scaldewell, and William Mackus, of Kyslyngbury, of a fulling-mill, "dilapidated and ruinous," in the parish of Boughton, together with the mill-pond and sluices. Monday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 22 Richard II.
Essex.C. 135. Mortgage, by way of bargain and sale, by Robert Noke, clerk, to John Pascall, of Moche Badowe (Great Baddow), of a messuage, lands, tenements, &c., called 'Pikerelles,' in Fifhide, and all other his freehold and copyhold lands in Fifhide aforesaid, Rothyng Beauchamp, and Willynghale Doo. 3 September, 27 Henry VIII. English. Signed.
[Dorset.]C. 136. Release by John le Meire, alias Leche, clerk, to John Burges and William Olyver, bailiffs of Bridport, of all actions. St. Blaise's day, 18 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.C. 137. Release by William Fenys, knight, lord of Say, son and heir of James Fenys, late esquire and afterwards knight, and lord of Say, to Geoffrey Boleyn, citizen and mercer of London, master Thomas Boleyn, clerk, Thomas Urswyk, Thomas Burgoyn, Thomas Bryan, Hugh Fenne, gentlemen, and Richard Suthwell, esquire, of the manors of Hever Cobham and Hever Brokays, and of all lands, tenements, &c., in the parishes of Hever and Chydyngston, of which they had been enfeoffed by the said William Fenys and Richard Waller, Walter Mauntell, and William Gaynesford, esquires; excepting two mills in Melbrook, called 'Cranstedemilles,' and all the lands which formerly belonged to William, lord of Clynton and Say. 20 February, 1 Edward IV. Signed: W. Fenys, lord Say.
[Bedf.]C. 138. Grant by John de Hyda, of Stodham, and Margery his wife, to William Baxter, of Dunstable, and Christina his wife, of a piece of land in 'le Hallewyk,' being part of the 'place' which the grantors inherited from Nicholas de Wottone. Dunstable, Monday before the Purification, 10 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.C. 139. Grant by Thomas Ongham, clerk, to Richard Skynner and John Polstede, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of Camberwell. Appointment of William Otley attorney to deliver seisin. 15 October, 12 Edward IV.
[N'hamp.]C. 140. Grant by Walter, son of Philip de Bucton, to Richard Sebode, of Herleston in Bucton, and Cecilia his wife, of land in Bucton, between the land of the Hospital of the Holy Trinity and the land of Richard de Baryngton, upon Wrangeland, above Great Beru. Monday after St. Gregory, 20 Edward I.
[Hants.]C. 141. Release by Margery de Haleford, daughter of Edmund de Haleford, nun of Werewell, to Richard de Bellafago and Olimpyas, his spouse, sister of the said Margery, of the manors of Nothechillingges, Testwood, Elinge called 'Burylond,' and Winemanstone. [13th century.]
[York.]C. 142. Grant by John Hopere, of Lacok, to Reginald Cole and William Shorte, of a messuage and garden in Laycock, between the tenement of the abbess of Laycock and the tenement of Robert Crookes. Sunday before St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 12 Henry IV. Seal.
Surrey.C. 143. Grant by William Bridde, of Pekham, in the parish of Camberwell, to Henry Baker, of the same place, of a curtilage at Peckham, and land in the fields of Peckham, part of which lay in 'le Tye.' 8 February 22 Richard II.
[Dorset.]C. 144. Grant by Thomas Dovere, of Weymoth, to John Brond, of the same, of a tenement and curtilage within the liberties of Weymouth, in St. Nicholas Street. Witnesses:—Edward Attewell and Stephen Russel bailiffs, Henry Batecok and William Northovere, vice-bailiffs and others (named). Thursday before Michaelmas, 12 Richard II.
[Berks.]C. 145. Demise by William Stonour, esquire, and Henry Dogett, to John Mathewe, of four crofts in Whitele called 'Stonorscroftz.' 8 July 16 Edward IV. Seal.
[Dorset.]C. 146. Letters of attorney from Joan, late the wife of Philip Bryce of Weymouth, sister and co heiress of Gregory Marleburgh, to William Marchall and John Harryes, to deliver seisin to William Olyver of a tenement in West Street, Bridport, between a tenement of the chantry of St. Michael and a tenement of the commonalty of Bridport. 23 March 18 Henry VI. Seal.
[Linc.]C. 147. Grant by Richard Bond, of Harlaxston, to Anne Bond, of the same place, his mother, of all his lands in Harlaxton, for her life. Friday after the Epiphany, 37 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]C. 148. Grant by Reginald le Irmonger and Walter le Cheser, of Hereford, executors of the will of Howel called 'le Drapere' of Hereford, deceased, (with the consent of the vicar of St. Peter's church, Hereford,) to John Payn, baker, of Hereford, of a house which belonged to the said Howell in 'Oldscolestret,' and which he had directed his executors to sell for the support of his son and the celebration of masses for his soul. Witnesses:—John Blod, Richard Eliot, and John Monyword, bailiffs of Hereford, and others (named). Wednesday the feast of St. Barnabas, 39 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 149. Grant by Alan, son and heir of John de Delham, of Halzesto, to John, son of Ralph de Glanvile, and Stephen his son, of one penny yearly rent which he received from Matilda de la Funteyne, and Henry and Dionisia her children, issuing out of a certain messuage in the said parish of Halstou, in a field called 'Welveld,' adjoining the common way from Stodmerehelle to Leapwelle. 20 Edward I.
[Heref.]C. 150. Grant by William Haloward, of Stoke, and Thomas Mascall, the younger, of Pencombe, to Richard Balle, of 'le More' in the parish of Bodenham, and Joan his wife, of a messuage and land, &c., in 'le Nethermore,' in the parishes of Bodenham and Maurden; also land in 'le Upfeld' called 'le Stubacre,' in 'le Dronfeld' and 'le Inlond.' Witnesses:—David Morys, clerk, vicar of Bodenham, and others (named). 7 April, 23 Henry VII. Fragments of two seals.
[Essex.]C. 151. Grant by Nicholas Berners to John Barlee, the elder, and John Waryn, of the reversion of the manor of 'le Roos' with lands in Walden, Depedene, and Thunderlee, after the death of himself and Joan his wife. 1 June, 10 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 152. Grant by Margery, late the wife of John Brother, the younger, formerly citizen of London, to Margery Cotun, of Lincoln, of a tenement in the parish of St. Botolph, Billingsgate. Witnesses:—Sir John Breton, knight, Warden of London, Robert de Rokesle, and Martin de Ambresbury, sheriffs, Thomas Cros, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [22 Edward I.] Fragment of seal.
Surrey.C. 153. Grant by John Baker to Richard Skynner, and Agnes his wife, of land in Peckham, viz. in a field called 'le Short Redon,' adjoining the land of the prioress of Halywell, in a field called 'le Short Brayerd,' between a field called 'Bewpere' and the said Short Redon, and in a field called 'le Worth'; in exchange for their lands in a field called 'Brayerd' in Peckham, in a field called 'Longe Redon,' and a parcel called 'Sheneshawe,' lying to the east of a highway called 'Sulstrete.' 22 January, 11 Edward IV. Seal.
[Kent.]C. 154. Grant by Thomas Crudde, the elder, of the parish of Hevere, to John Crudde, the younger, of the same place, of 15d. yearly rent out of lands and tenements at Hever. 20 February, 49 Edward III.
[Bucks.]C. 155. Grant by Simon le Buckz, of Wendovere, to William de Carltone of land with a certain ridge belonging thereto, upon Hothulle. Wendover, Thursday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 21 Edward I.
[Warw.]C. 156. Grant by John son of William atte Birches, of Solihull, to Henry le Coupere, of the same place, of land in Solihull called 'le foureacres.' Sunday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 26 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 157. Release by Alice, late the wife of Reginald le Chapmon, of Solihull, to William Lovote, of the same place, and Agnes his wife, of all her right in land and a building which she had of the feoffment of Sir Peter de Sontford, chaplain, in Solihull. Saturday the feast of St. Katherine, 9 Edward III.
[York.]C. 158. Demise by Thomas Stonore, William Bekyngham, esquires, Richard Bedford and Henry Dogett, to John Holewey, of Bysshopesmersh, and Margaret his mother, of the reversion of a toft with a close called 'Worthy,' after the death of William Mattok, the elder, for their lives and the life of the survivor. Henbury, 20 December, 1 Edward IV. Seal and fragment of seal.
[N'thld ?]C. 159. Grant by Anabilla, late the wife of William Cole, of Knaresdal, to Sir Robert de Swynburne, of all her land which Robert son of Humfrey held in the territory of Slaggiford under Lufelawe, towards Knarre. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Insula, of Chipchos, Sir William de Swynburne, Thomas de Ferstaneshalwe, bailiff of Tyndale, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]C. 160. Grant by Richard Bollesore, master of the Hospital of St. David by Kyngusthorp, and the brethren of the same, to Peter de Kelleseye, dean of the church of the new college of St. Mary of Leicester, and the chapter of the same church, of land in Wollaston with a water-mill thereon, and a mill-pond, and other land adjacent. Sunday the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 50 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent ?]C. 161. Grant by Geoffrey Serich to John de Horton of a curtilage on which the grange of Reginald de la Gorste was built, in the parish of Horton. Second day after St. Hilary, 11 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
Herts.C. 162. Grant by John Knightle, Simon Sare, and John Ros, of Dunstable, to Laurence Pycot, William Anable, John Skynner, James Soddombe, and William Albryght, of land in Kennesworth, of which one acre is called 'le Croked Acre.' 12 February, 17 Henry VI. Fragments of three seals.
[N'hamp.]C. 163. Demise by John Greyby, master of the House or Hospital of Holy Trinity by Kyngesthorp, and the brethren of the same, to John Astell, of Tekyn, Ed[muud] Robyns, Ed[mund] Osberne, and Henry James, of the same place, of their holm of Tekyn called 'le Melneholme.' Northampton, Thursday before St. Denis, 2 Henry V. Fragments of four seals.
[Kent.]C. 164. Grant by John Knyth, of Sevenoaks, to Andrew Cook (Coco), of Tuynge, of a piece of the curtilage which Knyth had purchased from the chaplain of the chantry of the Blessed Mary of Sevenoaks, in the town of Sevenoaks. Saturday before St. Dunstan, 13 Edward II.
[Suff.]C. 165. Grant by Robert, son of John Cassy, of Wych, to his sons John, Richard, and Laurence, of land in the field called 'le Wychfeld,' part next the land of the rector of St. Mary of Wytton, and part by the road called 'le Ermyngwey,' and of a meadow lying in 'la more,' for their lives; with remainder to his son Nicholas, and the heirs of his body, and reversion to himself and his heirs. Wytton St. Mary's, Sunday before St. Dunstan, 20 Edward III.
[Derby.]C. 166. Grant by William del Hill, of Thurleston, to Ralph, son of Richard Ravenhowe, and the heirs of his body, of land at Thurleston called 'le Kerfenn,' bounded on the north by the river Dove and on the south by Ravenhowstones.
[Norf.]C. 167. Grant by William Spitlynges, of Sysselonde, to John Matteld, of the same place, the elder, of land in Syseland, adjoining the land of Sir William de la Pole, knight. Sunday after St. Peter and St. Paul, 20 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 168. Grant by Stephen son of William le Whittawere, of Dunstable, to William his brother, of land in Hogthone near the mill. Sunday after All Saints, 11 Edward II.
[Kent.]C. 169. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Richard Cumpernache, of Halghesto, to Stephen son of Stephen de Delham, and Margaret his wife, of land in St. Mary of Hoo in a place called 'Ate Venne,' by the high road called 'Fenstrete,' and of his right in the dower house which his mother Alina held in St. Mary of Hoo aforesaid. 34 Edward I.
[Dorset.]C. 170. Grant by Christina Dygges to John Storm, of Waldych, of a piece of land in Bridport, in a lane called 'Rothameslane,' leading to Cullynges-mill. Witnesses:—William Quarel, John Snaw, bailiffs, and others (named). Monday after St. Pancras the Martyr, 9 Edward III.
[Suff.]C. 171. Release by Albreda, daughter of the late Gilbert de Reymes, to Sir Robert de Reydon, knight, of all right which accrued to her after the death of Sir Robert de Reymes, her brother, formerly rector of the church of Estonegosebekes, in a messuage, lands, &c., in Whersted, Frestone, Wolverston, Chelmenton, Benetlegh, Coppedoc, Gippewyc, Caldewell, Codeham, Alrys, Westerfeud, and Hegham. Witnesses:—Sir John de Holebroc, the younger, Hugh Talemache, John de Strattone, knights, and others (named). Reydon, Sunday before St. Peter ad Cathedra (sic), 24 Edward I.
[Heref.]C. 172. Grant by Simon Somnour and Roger Broun, son of Stephen Broun, chaplain, to George Breynton, of Hereford, of a toft lately built on in Oldescolestrete, Hereford, adjoining a tenement of the chantry of the altar of St. John the Baptist in St. Peter's church, Hereford. Witnesses:— John Mey, mayor of Hereford, John Grene and William Yonge, bailiffs, and others (named). Friday the morrow of the Ascension, 2 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
Worc.C. 173. Grant by Richard Houdy, brother and heir of Robert Houdy, late of Wyke, deceased, to Giles Wye, John Palmare, gentlemen, John Browne, and Robert Clerk, yeomen, of land and meadow in the lower fields of Wyke. Feast of St. David, Bishop and Confessor, 12 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]C. 174. Demise by Thomas Breynton, of the city of Hereford, gentleman, Joan his wife, and John their son, to John Towne and Agnes his wife, of land, &c., in Welyngton. 8 November, 6 Henry VII.
Dorset.C 175. Release, and confirmation of estate, by John Townyng, clerk, William Wyke, and John Croukerne, to Robert Battescombe, son and heir of John Battescombe, of lands, tenements, &c., in Wodmyll, which John Fortescue, knight, in 17 Edward IV., had granted to the said Robert Battescombe. Fortescue lately held the premises jointly with John bishop of Bath and Wells, John Hody, John Storke, John Wydeslade, Hugh Pryour, clerk, William Olyver, William Marchell, and Martin Sydenham, deceased. 12 May, 19 Edward IV. Three seals.
[Warw.]C. 176. Release by John Wodard, of Solihull, to Elizabeth, late the wife of John atte Birches, of the same place, and Richard atte Birches their son, of all his right in 6s. 8d. yearly rent issuing out of tenements in Solihull. 16 July, 50 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Linc.]C. 177. Release by John son of Thomas, son of Master Henry de Osgotteby, to Simon Spenser, of Osselby, and Agnes his wife, of all his right in 12d. yearly rent issuing out of lands and tenements in Usselby. Thursday the Vigil of the Epiphany, 30 Edward III.
Berks. Wilts.C. 178. Release by Roger, son and heir of Robert atte Grene, of Knyghteton, to John Bernard, of Chepynglambourn, of all his right in lands in Estbury and Bokhampton, Mymbury, Knyghteton, and Whitendich. Thursday after St. George, 38 Edward III.
[Dorset.]C. 179. Grant by Robert de Snellescroft, clerk, to Alice Frogghemore, and Agnes her eldest daughter, of a burgage tenement with curtilage in 'la Stakelane,' Bridport. Witnesses:—Edward Renaud, Roger Barry, bailiffs, and others (named). Friday after the Annunciation, 17 Edward II.
[Dorset.]C. 180. Release by John Swopere, of Stoke Abbas, to John Querdeleon and Edith his wife, of all his right in a messuage in East Street, Bridport. Witnesses:—William Hichecoke, John Lomb, bailiffs, and others (named). Wednesday the feast of St. James the Apostle, 32 Edward III.
[York.]C. 181. Demise by William de Skargill, the younger, knight, son of Waren de Skargill, knight, to Thomas Belle, of Cotheworth, and Richard Mayntrell, of lands in Cudworth. Pontefract, 3 April, 35 Edward III.
[Dorset.]C. 182. Release by Nicholas, son of John le Rotour, to John son of John le Soutere, of Dorchester, of all his right in land in Dorchester. Monday after St. Barnabas, 29 Edward III.
[Oxford.]C. 183. Grant by John Hampton, chaplain of Stanlake, to John Rede, of London, of the lands, &c., in More by Stanlake and in Stanlake, which he had of the feoffment of Thomas Stephen, of Stanlake. Witnesses:—Bartholomew Hastyngs, William Leche, bailiffs of Bampton, and others (named). 10 May, 4 Henry V.
[Warw.]C. 184. Demise by Sarah, late the wife of Thomas de Fynchale, to John, son of Ralph Colmor, and Christiana his wife, of a messuage with grange and croft in the town of Solihull, for their lives. Sunday after St. Alphege, 2 Richard II.
[Hants.]C. 185. Grant by John Goion, John de Schipptone, and Peter ate Walle, to Walter son of Richard de Combe, of Northcodeworth, and Edith his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of a messuage and curtilage, one carucate of land, 100s. rent, and a moiety of a mill, in Compton by Upham. Morrow of All Souls' Day, 10 Edward III. [Copy ?]
[Worc.]C. 186. Grant by Robert Smhyt, of Pershore, to Andrew Hedey, tailor, of Pershore, and Joan his wife, of land in the upper field of Wyke, in a furlong called 'Halowedene.' Pershore, Thursday after Michaelmas, 12 Henry IV. Seal.
[N'thld]C. 187. Demise by Harry, Earl of Essex, to Roger Heroun, esquire, of his castle and lordship of Tyndale, to hold as the same was lately granted by indenture to Robert, late Lord Ogle, for 5 years at a rent of 80l. The deed states that the said Roger, and Richard Barewe, of Holy Island, merchant, John Belte, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, draper, William Thompson, and Nicholas Hanyng, of the same place, merchants, had entered into a bond for 100l., to be void if the said rent is duly paid. 4 February, 13 Edward IV. English. Seal.
[Berks.]C. 188. Grant by John Maylard and Cecilia his wife, to John Tyrel and Matilda his wife, of one-third of a messuage, with land and meadow, in 'le Yete,' and meadow in the marsh, in the vill and fields of Borewardescot. Boreward, Friday after the Translation of St. Swithin, 16 Edward II.
[Middx.]C. 189. Grant by Benedict de Folsham, citizen of London, to Henry de Frowyk, of Middlesex, and Thomas Lambard, citizen of London, of a corner tenement in the parish of Holy Trinity the Less, adjoining his tenement called 'Ryngedehall' on the east, Cordewanerstrete on the west, and Knyghtryderestrete on the north. Saturday the vigil of St. Simon and St. Jude, 26 Edward III.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings Court of Common Pleas, London, Monday after All Saints, 26 Edward III.
Herts.C. 190. Demise by Nicholas Carru, the younger, esquire, of Bedyngton, Surrey, to Laurence Pikot, of Dunstable, and John Asshby, of Luton, of the whole growth of wood and underwood in the wood called 'Lammareswode,' in the parish of Whethamstede. 7 February, 6 Henry VI.
[Berks.]C. 191. Grant by William Broun, of Modfeld Harald, to John de Muntrih, and Joan his wife, of land in the field called 'Martinesfordesfeld'; with liberty to alienate "tam in egritudine quam in sanitate." [13th century.]
[Wilts.]C. 192. Grant by Henry le Trewe, of 'la Wythege,' and Margaret his wife, to Robert le Toppere, of Marlborough, clerk, of a house and curtilage in Haleystrete, Marlborough. Witnesses:—William de Rameshulle, constable of Marlborough Castle, Richard Bray, mayor of Marlborough, Walter le Bowyere and Andrew Garde, reeves, and others (named). Friday the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, 1 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]C. 193. Demise by Master Robert de Catteworth, Master of the Hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, and the brethren of the same, to Thomas Gilberd, of Esthaddon, Matilda his wife, and Laurence their son, of a moiety of a messuage and curtilage in Esthaddon, and a moiety of a carucate of land, for their lives. Witnesses:—Sir Henry le Bray, Sir Laurence de Belegrave, and others (named). Michaelmas, 20 Edward II.
[Wilts.]C. 194. Grant by William de Sancto Martino to Richard the Clerk, of Knyghtteton, of a messuage and curtilage in Knighton, one virgate of land in Chelke, and half a virgate in Knighton. Witnesses:—Sir Nicholas de Haveresham and Sir Geoffrey Chamberlain, knights, and others (named). [13th century].
[Berks.]C. 195. Grant by Richard de Polhampton to John, son of Master John de Chelreye, the elder, of all his land of and belonging to Balatteston, with messuages, &c., paying therefor a yearly rent of eight marks to Emeline, late the wife of Sir Roger de Inkepenne, for her life. Witnesses:— Sir Thomas Danvers, Sir Richard Fokeram, and others (named). Sunday the feast of St. Katherine, 7 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 196. Grant by William atte Dene, the elder, of Cadyngdone, to Thomas Skyner, of Dunstable, of three acres of arable land under Caddington Hill. Monday after the Assumption, 19 Richard II. Damaged.
[N'hamp.]C. 197. Demise by John Greiby, Master of the House or Hospital of Holy Trinity by Kingsthorp, and the brethren of the same, to Thomas Warde, of Bukton, the elder, and William his son, of a holme of meadow in the meadows of Little Brampton. 20 May, 34 Henry VI.
[York.]C. 198. Grant by John Belle, of Cotheworth, to Thomas Belle, of the same place, of land in Cudworth, in Penihal, by Dandekeres, in the old field, under Jonrode, upon 'le Toftes,' in 'le Westhaghe,' in the upper furlong, and upon 'le Morlandes.' Witnesses:—John de Aula, of Cudworth, and others (named). [13th century]. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 199. Release by Alice, daughter of William de Stalham, knight, to Sir Geoffrey Wyth, knight, and Isabella his wife, of lands, &c., in Stalham, Ingham, Hegham Potters, Smalburgh, Dylham, Worthsted, Westwykes, Beston, Berton, Irated, Netisherd, Hornyngges, and Aysmanhawe. Witnesses:—Sir Reginald le Gros, knight, and others (named). Beeston, Saturday the feast of St. Lucy the Virgin, 9 Edward II.
Suff. Essex.C. 200. Release by Elizabeth Pulham, of Bury St. Edmunds, late the wife of William Sondone, of Stokeneilond, to John Aleyn, of Milande by Colchester, of lands, &c., in Stoke Neyland, in the hamlet of Neyland, and elsewhere in Suffolk, and in Great and Little Horkesleygh, Essex. Bury St. Edmunds, Monday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 47 Edward III. Fragment of seal.