Deeds
C.201 - C.300

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1890

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C.201 - C.300

[Essex ?]C. 201. Grant by Alyna, late the wife of Stephen le Boteler, of Suthamfeud, to John le Broun, of the same place, and Christiana his wife, of common of pasture in Suthamfeud. Witnesses:—Sir William de Clovile, knight, and others (named). Michaelmas, 21 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]C. 202. Grant by John Braunfford, of Pershore, to Robert Smyth, of the same place, of arable land in the field of Wyke by Pershore, in a furlong called 'Halowden.' Thursday the feast of Corpus Christi, 6 Richard II.
[Warw.]C. 203. Grant by Henry Fulgin, of Sulihull, to John Dauwesone Nicholas Welfare, and William de Grosewold, clerk, of lands, tenements &c., at Solihull, both within and without the vill, except his chief messuage in Solihull. Wednesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam 23 Edward III.
Suff.C. 204. Grant by Philip Basset to Lady Lora de Ros of a market in the town of Haddele, which had been annulled or put down according to the law and custom of England, on the presentment of Sir Nicholas de Turry and his fellows, Justices itinerant at Catteshull, Suffolk, in the year 53 Henry III., for her life, with remainders to Sir Robert Kokerel and Joan his wife, daughter and heiress of the said Lora, and the heirs of the said Lora. Witnesses:—Sir Adam de Bedingfeud, Sir Robert de Bosco, Sir Richard le Fraunceis, Sir Richard de Holebrok, Sir Thomas de Welaund, knights, and others (named) 13th century]. Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]C. 205. Grant by Thomas Notehale, of Fordham, and John Hamund, of New Hethe, Colchester, executors of the will of Roger Belch, of Colchester, to Gilbert Pyggesle, burgess of Colchester, of a messuage at New Hethe, Colchester, bounded on one side by North lane. Witnesses:— Adam de Colne, and Robert atte Fede, bailiffs of Colchester, and others (named). Saturday after St. Leonard, 26 Edward III.
Wilts.C. 206. Demise by Constantine Darell, gentleman, kinsman and heir of Constantine Darell, esquire, deceased, to Edward Esthed, clerk, rector of Ludgershall, Wilts, of a tenement in Ludgershall, by the Market Cross, opposite the middle of 'le Shamelles,' with a little garden by the cemetery, and a close on the north side of Winchester Street, by the close of the chantry of St. Mary the Virgin. 10 February, 6 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C. 207. Grant by Hugh the Miller, son of Hugh the Miller, of Benford, to Robert de Herpenham and Joan his wife, of land in Ingeflodbelet, of which one acre is called 'Rugeacre,' and another acre lies in Langeham. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Ingepenne, Hugh de Cumbrewell, and others (named).
[Kent.]C. 208. Indenture (referring to C. 154, viz., a grant by Thomas Crudde to John Crudde of 15d. yearly rent issuing out of land at Hever) stating that if the said John Crudde is able well and peacefully to hold 1½d. yearly rent which he is accustomed to pay to the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, for a certain field called 'Heighfeld,' which he holds by the gift and feoffment of Henry Gabriel and the said Thomas Crudde, in Hever parish, then the said grant of 15d. is to be null and void. 20 February, 49 Edward III.
[Dorset.]C. 209. Demise by Nicholas Power, and Petronilla his wife, to Roger Wyke, Joan his wife, and John, son of the said Roger, of a tenement and curtilage in East Street, Bridport, for their lives. Witnesses:—John Burges and William Olyver, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Ambrose, 18 Henry VI.
[Herts.]C. 210. Grant by Robert Laurence, of the Soke of Luyton, to John Knyghtle, Simon Sare, and John Ros, of Dunstable, of an acre of land called the 'Crouked Acre,' with half an acre of arable land in Kenesworth. Dunstable, feast of St. Bridget the Virgin, 17 Henry VI.
[Bedf.]C. 211. Letters of attorney from William Hewel, of Dunstable, to John Patoun, of the same, to deliver seisin, to Walter Saltere, of the same, of land in West Street, Dunstable Saturday the Vigil of Whitsunday, 51 Edward III.
Warw.C. 212. Grant by Richard, son and heir of John Birches, of Solihull, to Thomas Greswold, John Greswold, and William Birches, Richard's brother, of all his estate at Solihull and elsewhere in co. Warwick. Friday after Christmas Day, 9 Henry VI.
[Warw.]C. 213. Letters of attorney from John de Grey, of Rotherfeld, to . . . . . . . . Buckmor and John le Harpour, of Solihull, to deliver seisin to Thomas le Hore, of Elmedon, of pasture in Solihull. Monday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 40 Edward III. French. Damaged.
[Bedf.]C. 214. Grant by Nicholas ate Felde, of Wippesnade, to William Huwel, of Dunstable, of land in a croft called 'le Feldecroft,' in Whipsnade, abutting on a lane called 'le Redelane.' Monday after St. Peter and St. Paul, 45 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.
Surrey.C. 215. Grant by Katherine Hamond, late the wife of Robert Standon, late of Peckham, to Richard Skynner and Agnes his wife, of a barn and stable in the parish of Camberwell, bounded on the north by land called 'le Lodge,' and on the south by land of the prioress and convent of Halywell. 22 June, 34 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.C. 216. Release by John Petytt, gentleman, to Robert Weston, William Medylton, and Thomas Vocatour, citizens of London, of lands, &c., in the parishes of Halstow and St. Mary's, in the hundred of Hoo, which formerly belonged to William Hexstall, esquire, deceased. 9 February, 21 Edward IV. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 217. Grant by John Hynton, of Dunstable, to William Cuntesse and Alice his wife, of a tenement in West Street, Dunstable, and one acre of land called 'Lorkyn acre' in North Iningis of Dunstable, with free passage for men, women, horses, and carts, with ground to store timber or underwood. Monday after St. Hilary, 21 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 218. Release by William Bonde, of Eyton, to Robert Pillinges, of the same place, of a messuage and land in Eyton, and of all actions concerning the finding of a domicile for his life, and concerning the support of his daughter Helen for one year, together with his own support from Michaelmas to the Purification, 9 Edward II. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 9 Edward II.
[Heref.]C. 219. Grant by John ap Griffith, John Monke, chaplains, and William Harpere, of Welyngton, to John Chaundos, son of Massie Chaundos, of Wellington aforesaid, of lands in Wellington, which they had by the feoffment of Hugh Harpere, canon of Hereford Cathedral. Sunday after the Epiphany, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
[Dorset.]C. 220. Grant by Richard, called 'le Smyth,' son of the late Richard Smith (Fabri), of Athelington, to William his son, of a tenement in South Street, Bridport, in a lane which leads to Killyngemulle. Witnesses:— Adam de Larkestoke, Peter Prest, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). Monday after the Purification, 6 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.
[Herts ?]C. 221. Grant by Richard de Stonore to Richard his son, and Cecilia his son's wife, of half a virgate of land in Buksebraund. Witnesses:— Sir Henry Tyeis and others (named). [13th century.]
[Bedf.]C. 222. Assignment by John, son of Nicholas de Boudoune, to Walter de Woubourne and Joan his wife, of all his goods and chattels in all his lands in Wybbesnathe, Eyton, and Totorno. Sunday, Michaelmas Day, 5 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]C 223. Demise by William, lord of Mackeneye, to Juliana de la Bruere, late the wife of Henry the Clerk (Clerici), of a messuage and land in Nyweham, for her life; paying 4s. a year to the prioress of Garinges. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 17 Edward I.
[Warw.]C. 224. Grant by John, son of William de Wylnhale, in Coventry, to John de Solyhull, carpenter, and Agnes de Wylnhale, the grantor's sister, of a piece of land with houses in Solihull. At the door of St. Michael's Church, Coventry, Friday after St. Dunstan the Archbishop, 31 Edward I.
[Bedf.]C. 225. Grant by Simon Baxtere, of Dunstable, to Thomas Mayhys, of the same place, of a messuage and curtilage in North Street, Dunstable, adjoining Watlingstrete. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Richard II.
[Heref.]C. 226. Grant by Hugh Harpere, canon of the cathedral church of Hereford, to William Grove, John ap Griffith, and John Monke, chaplains, and William Harpere, of Welynton, of the lands and tenements in Wellington, which he had by the feoffment of Massie Chaundos. 9 April, 5 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 227. Grant by William Sprigt, of Solihull, to Thomas le Hore, of Elmedon, of two tofts with curtilages in Solihull, at Teyntoursgrene. Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 12 Richard II.
[Linc.]C. 228. Grant by Thomas Walkar, chaplain, and John Cowper, of Oselby, to John, son of Walter de Oselby, of lands, &c., in Usselby and Owresby. Tuesday after St. Ambrose, A.D. 1413.
[Kent.]C. 229. Grant by Stephen de Delham to Sir Nicholas Poyntz, rector of the church of St. Mary in Hoo, of a curtilage by a place called 'Skotlondishole.' Hoo St. Mary's, 2 April, 29 Edward III. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 230. Grant by Amy, late the wife of William Bowet, knight, to Geoffrey Haldeyn, vicar of Dilham, and John Haldeyn, of Becklys, of land with a cottage thereon in Dilham. Witnesses:—John Geney, knight, and others (named). 20 January, 1 Henry VI. Seal.
Bucks.C. 231. Grant by John de Aspernille, of Aylesbury, to Sir John de Stonore, knight, of a messuage and lands in Aylesbury, together with the fees and accustomed profits for every animal received by the sheriff of Buckingham, or other the King's servants, in the name of distress. London, Friday after St. Luke, 3 Edward III.
Oxford.C. 232. Grant by Richard Tymmys, of Marcham, Berks, husbandman, to John Saryn, of Bloxham, husbandman, of a cottage and garden in Bloxham; with a condition that if the said John, or his heirs, be 'interrupte' of the premises by the said Richard or Agnes Tymmys, or any of her heirs of her body lawfully begotten, the said Richard shall return the purchase money. The said Richard enters into a bond to that effect. 12 November, 8 Edward IV. English.
[Linc.]C. 233. Grant by William, perpetual vicar of Kyrkeby, to John, son of Walter de Oselby, of land, &c., in the vills, fields, and territories of Usselby and Ouresby. Thursday after Easter, 11 Henry IV.
[Norf.]C. 234. Grant by William, son of Sir Walter de Calethorp, to John son of Mabel de Salle, and Margaret his wife, of a cottage and croft at Lultone Mersh in Salle. Brunham, morrow of the Assumption, 17 Edward II.
[Herts.]C. 235. Defeasance to a bond from Thomas Bordale, tailor and draper, of St. Albans, to John Spendelove, of the same place, for 20l., to the effect that if the said John is undisturbed in the possession of a messuage in Haliwellestrate, St. Albans, then the said bond is to be void. 25 May, 10 Henry V. Seal of arms, imperfect.
[Dorset.]C. 236. Grant by John Mercylle, of Adelington, with the consent of Joan Killinges, his wife, to William son of Geoffrey le Officeel, of Bridport, and Margaret his wife, of a tenement and curtilage in East Street, Bridport. Witnesses:—Edward Renaud and John de Stikillane, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). [13th century.]
[Norf.]C. 237. Surrender and release by John son of Mabel de Salle, to Sir William, son of Sir Walter de Calethorp, of a cottage and croft by Lultone Mersh in Salle, which he acquired without the licence of the said William from one Richard Wiliet, or Aliet, the said William's bondman, who held the premises in villenage. Brunham, 4 August, 17 Edward II.
[Suff.]C. 238. Letters of attorney from John Aleyn, of Boxford, to John Coo, of Wodekeystre, fuller, to deliver seisin to Robert de Marny and Ingelram Brun, knights, William de Marny, John de Boys, John, the elder son of the said John de Boys, Walter Geny, William Pottere, of Mile End by Colchester, John, son of the said William, Richard Aleyn, John Esthorp, William Adam, Richard Heygnes, Richard Joyere, Robert Reynham, and John Coo, clerk, of a piece of land in the east part of a field called 'Brodefeld,' in Stoke Neyland, and two pieces of pasture in 'le Neyland,' one called 'la Brook,' the other 'Colynesland.' 3 September, 12 Richard II. Seal.
[Worc.]C. 239. Release by John Baynham, of Pershore, husbandman, and Alice his wife, to William Gyllyng and Alice his wife, of all their right in land in Wyke by Pershore. Monday after St. Nicholas the bishop, 34 Henry VI.
Sussex.C. 240. Letters of attorney from Geoffrey Boleyn and Thomas Boleyn, clerk, to William Purchace and John Percyvall, to receive seisin from Thomas Hoo, esquire, John Wodye, Thomas Hertley, clerk, William Browne, and John Iham, of the manor of Codyng, and other lands, &c., in the parish of Bixle, which the latter had by feoffment of Thomas Thunder and George Oxenbrigge. 10 April, 33 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Bedf.]C. 241. Grant by William Hewel, of Dunstable, to Walter le Saltere, of the same place, of a plot of land in West Street, Dunstable. Saturday the vigil of Whitsunday, 51 Edward III.
Surrey.C. 242. Sale by James Botiller, Earl of Ormond, John Neele, Master of the House of St. Thomas of Acres, in London, and John Battescombe, to Thomas Wright, citizen and timbermonger of London, of 61 of the best oaks which the said Thomas Wright can choose among the 80 oaks which they have marked for sale in the park called 'the Vacherye.' 18 February, 15 Henry VI. English.
[Norf.]C. 243. Grant by Stephen Jolyff, of Smalbergh, to Philip Pertryk, of the same place, of land in Smallburgh. Wednesday after St. Matthew, 32 Henry VI.
[Bedf. ?]C. 244. Grant by John the Smith (Faber), of Sonyndon, to Thomas Alwyne, carpenter, of a portion of his garden, in exchange. Sonyndon, Sunday after St. Katherine the Virgin, 3 Edward III.
[Norf.]C. 245. Defeasance to a feoffment whereby William son of Henry de Lokynton, of Breydeston, grants that if Martin de Wermondesworth pays to him and to his son William, or either of them, 70s., then a certain feoffment from the said Martin to the said William of meadowland in Nendiche, and a quitclaim for 40d. yearly rent out of certain tenements which the said William holds from the said Martin in Bradeston, shall be null and void. Sunday after the Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin, 15 Edward II. Damaged.
[Middx.]C. 246. Demise by Elizabeth Darell, of the county of Wilts, widow, to William Heron, citizen and haberdasher of London, of all her lands, with shops, cellars, solars, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Milk Street, except quitrents. The Annunciation, 34 Henry VI.
Bedf. Herts.C. 247. Grant by Thomas Hobbus, of Dunstable, to Robert atte Forde, of Hamslape, Edmund Coton, of Tyllesworth, and John Trougth, of Dunstable, of all his tenements in North Street, Dunstable, together with all his lands, &c., in the fields of Dunstable and Houghton Regis, Cadyngdon, and Kensworth. Thursday after Christmas Day, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 248. Grant by Richard de Combe, knight, to Robert de Remmesbury, and John his son, of a grange with chambers towards the north, in which Matilda, mother of the said Richard, formerly lived, with a piece of land adjacent, and a messuage in Fiteltone. Monday after St. Margaret the Virgin, 27 Edward III.
Surrey.C. 249. Grant by John Suthcote, John Billynges, and William Olyver, clerk, to Richard Heywode, of the parish of Sonnebury, Middlesex, and Joan his wife, of all the lands, &c., which they held jointly with Thomas Berghe, deceased, by the demise of John Mollynges and Thomas Piryton, in Peckham, in the parish of Camberwell: with a proviso that the validity of the deed is to depend upon the payment of the purchase money on certain fixed dates. 17 July, 1 Henry V.
[Ireland.]C. 250. Demise by Thomas, Earl of Ormond, to David Dobbyne, merchant, of the town of Thomastowne, of a tenement and garden in Thomastowne. 1 August, 18 Henry VII. Damaged. Seal.
[Worc.]C. 251. Release by Agnes de London, late the wife of Adam de Yerdeleye, to William atte Birches, clerk, and Sarah his wife, and her heirs, of lands and tenements which the said Adam held in Yardley. Alveychirche, Wednesday after Low Sunday, 8 Edward III. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 252. Release by William Fauwy, son of Gilbert Fauwy, of Dertemuth, to William Hemmynge, of the same place, of a tenement in Clyffton Dartmouth, situated to the north of a lane which leads from the sea towards the pillory (pilloriam) of Dartmouth. Tuesday after St. David the Bishop, 3 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.C. 253. Grant by William Cuntesse, of Dunstable, and Alice his wife, to Humfrey Acworth, Thomas Porter, William Sampson, and John Dalyron, of a tenement in a lane in West Street, Dunstable, together with ground for storing timber or underwood; also an acre of land in 'les North Innynges,' of Dunstable, called 'Lorkynesacre.' 20 June, 15 Henry VI. Two seals, one imperfect.
Kent.C. 254. Release by Geoffrey Shakerley, of Dytton, Kent, gentleman, to Thomas Osbern, of Aylesford, in the same county, of all his right in land in Aylesford, part lying at different places in fields called 'Reverysden,' 'Milhalefeld,' and 'Ryverscroft,' and part called 'Plesantland.' 28 May, 2 Richard III.
[Warw.]C. 255. Grant by Adam atte Grange, of Solihull, to William atte Birches, of the same place, clerk, and Sarah his wife, of 11d. rent which William le Bustelere was accustomed to pay for a certain field and meadow in Solihull, by 'le Rowewodelone.' Sunday after St. Nicholas, 6 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 256. Grant by Richard Curteys, of Weston Ing, to Peter Clerk and John Bonebury, of the same place, of all his lands, &c., in Houghton Regis and Chalgrave; and sale of all his goods and chattels to the same. Monday before Michaelmas, 1 Richard II.
[Middx.]C. 257. Grant by John Gardyne, clerk, and Thomas Boterkram, chaplain, to Robert Chircheman, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, and Margaret his wife, of the lands, tenements, and rents, with shops, &c., which they, together with Richard Radwell and John Trumpton, citizen and stock fishmonger of London, held by gift of Robert and Margaret, in London and Southwark; viz., one tenement in the parish of St. Lawrence Pountney, in St. Lawrence Lane, two tenements in Basyng Lane, in the parish of St. Mary Aldermarychurch, and St. Mildred, Bread Street, adjoining a tenement called 'Gysorshalle,' six shops in the parish of St. Michael Queenhithe, at the corner of Trinity Lane, a tenement in Old chaunge Street, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Oldefishstret, and a tenement and two shops in the parish of St. Olave, Southwark, by the lane called 'Westwalles Lane.' 9 June, 9 Richard II. Two seals.
[Heref.]C. 258. Letters of attorney from Hugh Harpere, canon of the cathedral church of Hereford, to William Knotte, chaplain, to deliver seisin to William Grove, John ap Griffith, John Monke, chaplain, and William Harpere, of Welyngton, of the lands and tenements in Wellington which the said Hugh had by the gift of Massie Chaundos. 9 April, 5 Henry IV. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 259. Indenture made between the prior and convent of St. Peter of Dunstable, and William Wilshamsted, by which the prior and convent reduce the rent of a messuage held of them by the said William in North Street, Dunstable, from 3s. of silver to 12d. a year, for 60 years, on condition that the said William rebuilds the house. The Purification, 45 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 260. Grant by John de Wodecroft, of Dunstable, to Hugh his son, of 5 butts of land in the field of Houtone, at Culverhus and elsewhere. [13th century.] Fragment of seal.
[York.]C. 261. Demise by John Golofer and John Warfeld to John Puffe, and Margaret his wife, of the tenement and lands which Thomas Rome formerly held in the salt marsh called 'Janynesplace,' within the manor of Hembury, for their lives and the life of the survivor. Westbury, 20 May, 15 Henry VI.
[Middx.]C. 262. Demise by John Doget, citizen and vintner of London, to William Wyndesore, citizen and fishmonger of the same, of a shop in Briggestrete, in the parish of St. Margaret Briggestret. 1 December, 21 Richard II. Seal, imperfect.
[Berks.]C. 263. Release by Richard Bousch, of Twykenam, Middlesex, to John Yorke and William Yorke, of the King's Cellar, of all his right in a meadow in the parish of Esthakeborne and Westhakeborne. 20 October, 22 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 264. Grant by Martin de Wermondesworth to Sir Robert de Lokynton, chaplain, of a toft with croft and buildings in Breydeston, and land in the territory of the same vill. [13th century.]
[Warw.]C. 265. Grant by John atte Shawe, of Solihull, to William atte Birches, of the same place, and Sarah his wife, of a plot of meadow in Solihull, by Dunpolesbrugge, in exchange for two pieces of land, meadow and moor, at Waddefordewalle. Tuesday the Vigil of St. James the Apostle 14 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 266. Grant by John Warpenham and Walter Fullere, of Dunstable, to Thomas Mayghus, of the same place, of a messuage in West Street, Dunstable. Feast of St. Mark the Evangelist, 12 Richard II. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Norf.]C. 267. Bond from Alexander Aunscelot, of Barton, to Geoffrey Wyth for six bushels of barley, to be paid yearly for an acre of land in Barton aforesaid. Witnesses:—Reginald le Gros, knight, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 4 Edward II.
[Bedf. Herts.]C. 268. Release by Margery Raven, late the wife of Master Richard Raven, of Berkhamstede, to Nicholas Tetesworth, Master Thomas Bcneschef, and Robert Gamage, of all her right in the manor of Wypsnade, and in all her lands, &c., in Stodham, Eyton, Toternho, Dunstable, Houghton, Kenesworth, and Cadyngdon, and in Berkhamstede, "tam in burgo quam in halimoto." Feast of St. Katherine the Virgin, 41 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 269. Release by John de Waddeforde, of Solihull, to Richard de Caldeforde, of the same place, chaplain, of all his right in a piece of land called 'Petlond,' at Waddeford, adjoining a lane called 'Castellone.' Solihull, Sunday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 30 Edward III.
Kent.C. 270. Release by Robert Rede, knight, one of the King's Justices, to William Wodegate and John Ware, of all his right in a messuage and land in Orpyngton, Farnburgh, and Hese (Hayes), to the use of the said Robert and for the purposes of his will. He held the premises with Wodegate, Ware, and others, by the acknowledgement of Robert Brandon, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, as appears from a certain fine levied in the King's Court at Westminster, 11 Henry VII. 30 November, 17 Henry VII.
[Bedf.]C. 271. Grant by John de Eversholt, of Wyppesnade, to Henry de Linleye, of the same place, of land in the north field of Whipsnade, abutting east upon Wybbesethe, and meadow in 'la Fenne' of Eytone. abutting towards Bylondone. 11 October, 1 Edward II.
Dorset. Somers.C. 272. Letters of attorney from Thomas Wooth to Robert Wooth, his brother, and Richard Bircham, to deliver seisin to John Jewe, William Jew, William Thomas, parson of Pulesdon, and William Tracy, of land in Wooth Fraunces, Assh, Lymbury, Schowlewey, Brynsham, Filleford, Podyngton, and Belhewisch, and in Charleton Camvyle. Tuesday, the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 7 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
Somers. Wilts.C. 273. Deed poll by which John Cheyne, esquire, directs Walter lord Hungerford, Philip Courtenay, knight, John Fortescue, Walter Sargeaunt, John Long, priest, and John Mayne, feoffees of his manor of Nortonhautevile, with lands, &c., in Somersetshire, and also of 'the Halvyndell' of the manor of Hulpryngton, and lands, &c., in Wiltshire, to receive the rents and profits of the premises after his death, and pay them to his executors for the purposes of his will, and afterwards to release the said premises to the said Philip Courtenay upon the trusts of an indenture made between the said Philip and the said John Cheyne. Pynhoe, 1 May, 40 Henry VI. English. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 274. Grant by John Trought and Robert Haddon, of Dunstable, to Laurence Pycot, Richard Lexham, and Henry Mauntell, of a messuage in West Street, Dunstable, abutting on Ikenyldstret. 20 June, 6 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 275. Release by John Botiller, of Yelvertoft, to Sir Richard Bollessoveres, Master of the House of Holy Trinity by Kyngesthorp, and the brethren and sisters of the same, of all their right in the lands and tenements in Kings thorp that formerly belonged to John Rolf. Sunday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 46 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]C. 276. Grant by William de Lisors, son of Fulk de Lisors, by advice and consent of Adelaide his mother, to Peter son of Adam de Norhamton, of his mill of Abinton, with licence for the said Peter to convey the premises to a religious house. Witnesses:—Richard Engaigne, sheriff, and others (named). [2–3 Richard I.] [Copy?]
[Linc.]C. 277. Grant by Robert de Crosholm, of Ouresby, to John son of Walter de Walesby, of Osselby, of a toft in Usselby, and land in the fields of Usselby, abutting on Claxby moor, in Usselbycroftes and Osselbythorn, and of meadow in Foxheugh. Sunday after Michaelmas, 32 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Heref. Salop.C. 278. Grant by John de Estham, and Juliana his wife, to Phoebe, late the wife of Peter Eylri (?), of Richard's Castle, of lands and tenements in the counties of Hereford and Salop, for her life, without impeachment of waste. Friday the feast of St. Dunstan, 48 Edward III.
[Herts.]C. 279. Grant by John Foulere, the younger, of Dunstaple, to John Wolf de Raveniston, of the same place, of a piece of land in the field of Kenisworye, abutting on the green way. Friday the feast of St. Laurence, 26 Edward III.
[Norf.]C. 280. Grant by John de Binham, tailor, to William Scherman, of Norwich, dwelling in Smalbergh, of a messuage in Smallburgh, to the south of Smallburgh common. Monday after Epiphany, 12 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 281. Grant by William Todyngdon, of Wypsnade, to John Bartelot, and Alice his wife, of a messuage and garden in Whipsnade, abutting on 'le comune grene.' 10 July, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
[Essex.]C. 282. Demise by John Hevenyngham, knight, 'lord of Little Totham, to John Pachet, of a tenement called 'Chidberwes,' with pasture in Little Totham, Great Totham, and Hebregge. Tuesday in Whitsuntide, 23 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 283. Grant by John de Grey, of Retherfeld, to Thomas le Hore, of Elmedon, of pasture land and common of pasture at Blaksade, in Solihull. Monday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 40 Edward III.
Middx. Essex.C. 284. Release by Thomas Chicheley, archdeacon of Canterbury, to William Chedworth, the elder, esquire, of all his right in lands, &c., in the parishes of St. Mary Matfelon, without Algate, Stebenhithe, and Hakeney, and in Berkyngelay. 22 August, 38 Henry VI.
[Linc.]C. 285. Grant by John Wattson, of Oselby, to John de Dalton, of Beysthorp, of three messuages in Usselby, together with lands in Usselby and Owersby. Feast of St. Philip and St. James, 4 Henry V. Seal.
[Middx.]C. 286. Surrender by Agnes de Clive, late the wife of Roger de Clive, late citizen of London, to Walter de Clive, son and heir of the said Roger, of all her right by way of dower in a tenement in the parish of St. Anthony, London, and also in a certain cellar below the great stone solar of Adam de Blakeneye. Witnesses:—Sir John le Breton, Warden of London, John de Cantuar' and William de Bettune, sheriffs, Henry le Waleis, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [A.D. 1289.]
Wilts.C. 287. Demise by Laurence Raynesforth, knight, and Anne his wife, to George Darrell, knight, of the site of their manor of Rowdon by Chippenham. 24 June, 10 Edward IV. Fragments of two seals.
Bucks.C. 288. Grant by Thomas Turnour, of Bekenisfeld, Thomas Admond, draper, and Thomas Hasylden, of the same place, to William Brown, citizen and draper of London, of land called 'Walteres' in Beaconsfield, adjoining the high road from Beaconsfield to Windsor. 26 April. 18 Edward IV.
[Kent.]C. 289. Grant by John Pounchun to Thomas de Chartham, and Agnes his wife, of six 'daywercs' of his curtilage in the parish of Horton [Kirby] at Suthderenthe. Sunday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 10 Edward III.
Berks.C. 290. Grant by Richard de Polhampton to Emeline de Polhampton, his mother, of the manor of Baladeston, for her life; with a condition that if he return to England from Normandy by the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle next after the execution of the present deed, then the said manor is to revert to him. 22 November, 32 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 291. Grant by Edward Boner, of Westone Inge, son of the late John Boner, of Wypsenade, to William Cantelowe, the elder, and Elizabeth his wife, William Cantelowe, the younger, and Henry Cantelowe, of a messuage and croft in Whipsnade, to the north of the common green called 'Halle Hull,' and land at Brokus Shepcote. 3 August, 31 Henry VI. Seal.
Surrey.C. 292. Grant by Stephen Godewyn and John Fayrewyn to John Drynkewater, of Peckham, and Elizabeth his wife, of lands, &c., in Peckham, in the parish of Camberwell. 28 September, 36 Henry VI. Damaged. Fragments of two seals.
[Warw.]C. 293. Grant by John Dauwesone, of Solihull, to Richard le Wodeward, of Rouwelie, of a burgage tenement in the market town of Solihull for his life, with remainder, as to a moiety of the premises, to Margery de Rouweleye for her life, and as to the other moiety, to Thomas, son of the said Richard and Margery, together with the reversion to the said Margery's moiety in fee. Monday after St. Vincent, 18 Edward III.
Oxford.C. 294. Grant by Roger Cok, of Watlington, to Richard de Stonore, of a messuage, land, and meadow in Goldore, which came to Roger after the death of Richard son of Roger de Essyndone, together with dower in the premises when the same should accrue. Sunday . . . . . the Annunciation, 19 Edward I. Damaged. Seal, imperfect.
[Sussex ?]C. 295. Grant by Simon, son and heir of Ralph Lewyte, of Yfeld, to William Alen, of land in the parish of Ifield. [13th century.]
[Devon.]C. 296. Demise by Warin Beare, and Alice his wife, to Roger Peaw, of a moiety of their holding of land in Bourhewysch, which they had by the grant of Walter Bonde, who had the premises by the demise of John, the abbot, and the convent of Tavistock. Michaelmas, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 297. Grant by Nicholas de Wermondesworth to Martin, his son, of the homage and service of half a mark of yearly rent issuing out of a bovate of land in Eyton. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Draycote, clerk, and others (named). [13th century.]
Dorset.C. 298. Release by Robert Boner, of Bremley, and John Boner, of Combe, his son and heir apparent, to John, bishop of Bath and Wells, John Hody, knight, John Fortescu, John Stork, John Wydeslade, John Battiscombe, Hugh Prior, clerk, William Boweley, and William Marchall, of all their right in lands, &c. in Wodemylle, in the parish of Mersshewode. Witnesses:—Stephen Bole, rector of Abbotystoke, and others (named). 16 July, 19 Henry VI.
[Dorset.]C. 299. Demise by John Burgeis and Richard Brangewayn, treasurers and wardens of the lands and rents of the town of Bridport, to William Offelle, alias Milleward, and Joan his wife, and John Syferwest, son of the said Joan, of a tenement with shops and gardens in High Street, Bridport, for their lives, and the life of the survivor. Monday before St. Matthew the Apostle, 8 Henry VI.
[Warw.]C. 300. Grant by Richard de Whiteacre, lord of Elmedon, to Thomas in the Hoo, of the same place, and Edith his wife, of a piece of pasture land in Elmedon. Thursday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 30 Edward III. Damaged. Fragment of seal.