Deeds
C.401 - C.500

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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424-435

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'Deeds: C.401 - C.500', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 424-435. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64233 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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C.401 - C.500

Hants.C. 401. Grant by Thomas Chaucer, John Golafre, John Warefelde, and Thomas Bardesley (at the request of Thomas de Stonore, esquire, deceased) to Alice, late the wife of the said Thomas de Stonore, of the manor of Penyton Meysy with the advowson of the church there, and all their other lands and tenements in Shipton, Foxcote, and Hetherden, in the same county, for her life. 2 May, 10 Henry VI.
[Bedf.]C. 402. Release by Joan, daughter of Philip de Wipsnade, to Master Thomas Beneschef, Nicholas Pettesworth, and Robert Gamage, of all her right in lands, &c., in Whipsnade, Stodham, Eytoun, Toturno, and Leyton, which formerly belonged to her said father. Sunday after the Purification, 42 Edward III. Seal.
Kent.C. 403. Grant by Robert Weston, William Medylton, and Thomas Vocatour, citizens of London, to Robert Rede, gentleman, William Wodegate, John Pratte, and Richard Cressy, of all their lands, &c., in the parishes of Halstowe and St. Mary's, in the hundred of Hoo, which formerly belonged to William Hexstall, esquire, and Hugh Hexstall, clerk, deceased. Appointment of William Whyte and Thomas Grene attornies to deliver seisin. 31st March, 22 Edward IV. Three seals.
[Bedf.]C. 404. Grant by Elias Fraunceys to William de Harderne, and Agnes his wife, of land in the fields of Luton. Monday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 34 Edward III.
Kent.C. 405. Letters of attorney from Robert Weston, William Medylton, and Thomas Vocatour, citizens of London, to Adam Palmer and William Whyte, to receive seisin from Thomas Hexstall and Henry Hexstall of lands, &c., in the parishes of Halstowe and St. Mary's, in the hundred of Hoo. 4 October, 21 Edward IV. Three seals.
[Middx.]C. 406. Demise by William de Parys, cordwainer and citizen of London, and Joan his wife, to William de Betune, of a tenement in the parishes of St. John, Walbrook, and St. Anthony, adjoining Bokerelesbere, for three vears from Easter, 9 Edward L, at a yearly rent of 40s. 9 Edward I.
[Glouc.]C. 407. Grant by Thomas Cassy, esquire, son of John Cassy, knight, to John Cassy his cousin, son and heir of William Cassy his brother, of the manor of Stratton by Cirencester. Monday before St. Alphage, 32 Henry VI.
[Middx.]C. 408. Release by Nicholas Kymbell, John Burgh, Thomas Blakenale and John Sylverton, to Thomas Garthorp, citizen and fishmonger of London, and Margaret his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of all their right in a tenement with shops in the parish of St. Augustine's, London; with limitations in default of such heirs of the said Thomas and Margaret in favour of Margaret, daughter of Roger Colney, and the heirs of her body, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Margaret Garthorp 28 April, 11 Henry IV.
[Middx.]C. 409. Grant by Robert the Carpenter, of Stybenhithe (Stepney), to Adam le Cowpere, citizen of London, and Isabella his wife, of land in Stepney, in a field called 'Erthbery,' abutting towards Hachestrate; to hold of the vicar of Stepney. [13th century.] Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 410. Grant by Elizabeth Heron, daughter and heiress of William Heron, deceased, late citizen and haberdasher of London, at the request of George Darell, knight, to Thomas Gybbes, citizen and mercer of London of a yearly rent of 20l. issuing out of tenements, &c., in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalene, Mylkestrete, and St. Olave's without Bisshoppesgate 29 November, 13 Edward IV. Seal.
[Linc. ?]C. 411. Demise by Walter Lewynch, of Stycheford, to Adam de Buggeleye, of the same place, and Agnes his wife, for the life of the said Agnes, of a house and piece of a curtilage in Stycheford. Mondav after St. Edith the Virgin, 22 Edward III.
[Linc.]C. 412. Grant by Alice de Thornton, of Oselby, to Walter de Walesby and Joan his wife, of land in the field of Usselby, in the south part of 'le Bech,' to the north of the moor. Usselby, the Exaltation of Holy Cross, A.D. 1330.
[Middx.]C. 413. Grant by Henry Darcy, citizen and draper of London, and Katherine his wife, to Isabella de Acon, late the wife of John de Acon called 'Le Lieutour,' citizen of London, of 40s. and one pound of cummin yearly rent out of a tenement, houses, &c., in the street leading from Walbrook to St. Paul's, in the parishes of St. John, Walbrook, and St. Anthony. Friday the Vigil of St. James the Apostle, 6 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings Court of Common Pleas, 6 Edward III.
[Middx.]C. 414. Grant by John Leche, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Thomas Sterre, son and heir of John Sterre, formerly citizen of London, and Alice his wife, daughter of John de Mokkyngge, of a stone tenement with houses, &c., in the lane and parish of St. Botulph's, Billingsgate; also of 5 marks yearly rent, out of an adjoining tenement, and out of a tenement with shops, in the same parish, adjoining Thames Street; also of tenements, &c., in the said St. Botulph's lane, in the parish of St. George's, Estchepe; also of land with shops, &c., in Bridge Street, in the parish of St. Margaret's, Bridge Street; also of tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary Abbechurch, in the ward of Candelwykestrete. London, Tuesday before St. Philip and St. James, 4 Edward III.
[Dorset.]C. 415. Grant by William Hamound, and Alice his wife, to John Benefeld, of a messuage and curtilage in High Street, Bridport. Witnesses: —John Tracy and John Hayward, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). Thursday before the Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin, 5 Richard II. Two seals, one imperfect.
Oxford.C. 416. Grant by Thomas Clobber, of Henle on Thames, to William Etemede, of Ipstone, and Richard Sewell, of Tirfeld, Bucks, of lands, &c., in the vill and fields of Cleyore, which the grantor had by the gift of Sir John Lucas alias Henle, rector of the church of Longeworthe, and Sir William Brightwelle, late rector of Remenham; also of lands, &c., in the vills and fields of Cleyore and Goldore, which lately descended to Nicholas Durvale. Henley, Sunday after the Annunciation, 10 Henry V.
[Berks.]C. 417. Grant by John Wygmore, vicar of the church of Hamstede Fereys, and John Seward, of Chylton, to Christina, wife of John Poutare, the younger, and daughter of the late John Sydenay, of Westhakeborne, of a cottage called 'Old Sydenay,' and land called 'Ferantislonde,' in Westhakborne aforesaid. Westhakborne, 6 December, 9 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]C. 418. Grant and release by Michael de Hesfeld, and Thomas his son, to Walter de Esthall, of land called 'Flexlond,' lying between Mungewell wood and Wytheruge wood, extending towards the east to the grove of 'la Greyhone,' in Mungewell. [13th century.]
[N'hamp.]C. 419. Demise by Richard Bollessoveres, Master of the House and Hospital of the Holy Trinity by Kingsthorp, and the brethren of the same, to Thomas Magot, of Sulesworth, and Agnes his wife, for their lives and the life of a son or daughter (whichever they should choose), of a messuage and land in the vill and fields of Westhaddon. House of the Holy Trinity, Monday after St. Martin in the Winter, 41 Edward III.
[Essex.]C. 420. Grant by John Camber, of Great Stanbregge, Essex, to John Smyth, of Canewdon, Thomas Castelyn, John Coke, the younger, William Croxston, and Thomas Broun, of a messuage and land in Canewdon, between the land of the vicar of that place, land called 'Myntones' on the west, the highway leading from the passage of Crykkesheth towards the market of Rayley, on the south, and a certain church path leading from Canewdon church to the manor of William Totham, called 'Lambournehall,' on the north. Also of 2s. 1½d. yearly rent issuing out of various messuages called 'Knothornes,' 'Neumans,' &c. Canewdon, 1 August, 13 Henry VII. Seal.
Essex.C. 421. Grant by Henry Wyat, esquire, to George Emereson and Alice his wife, of all his lands, &c., in Stratford Langthorn, in the parish of Westham, in a place called 'le Lake,' adjoining the water called 'le Ley,' and the land of Robert Gaynesford called 'le Helmes'; also of a messuage and garden, and land called 'le Welowe Hoopes,' in Stratford, between Charlesbrigge alias (?) Canillesbrigge, and the land which lately belonged to the Earl of Salisbury. Appointment of Edward Baynes attorney to deliver seisin. 1 May, 1 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Memorandum of livery of seisin.
[Dorset.]C. 422. Grant by Joan, late the wife of Philip Bryce, of Weymouth, sister and co-heiress of Gregory Marleburgh, to William Olyver, of Bridport, of a tenement on the north side of West Street, Bridport, between a tenement of the chantry of St. Michael and a tenement of the commonalty of Bridport. Witnesses:—John Burgeys, one of the bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). 24 March, 18 Henry VI.
[Bedf.]C. 423. Grant by John Bartlot, of Dunstable, to William Boner, of Wipsenade, of a messuage and curtilage in Whipsnade. Sunday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 13 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 424. Release by Matilda, daughter of the late Nicholas Sandres, of Whipsnade, to John Raven, of the same place, of all her right in a curtilage adjoining a field called 'Ingeresfeld' in Whipsnade, and land at Wybeshere, and in the field of Eyton, abutting upon Ikenyldstret, &c. Whipsnade, the Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin, 14 Richard II. Seal.
Kent.C. 425. Letters of attorney of Robert Weston, William Medylton, and Thomas Vocatour, citizens of London, authorising Adam Palmer and William Whyte to receive seisin from Henry Ferrers, knight, and Margaret his wife, of lands, &c., in the parishes of Halstowe and St. Mary's, in the hundred of Hoo. 30 September, 21 Edward IV. Two seals, one imperfect.
[Linc.]C. 426. Grant by John son of Walter de Oselby to Thomas Walkar, of Normanby, chaplain, and John Cowper, of Oselby, of a toft in Usselby, and lands, &c., in Usselby and Owresby. Sunday after the Epiphany, 13 Henry IV.
[Linc.]C. 427. Grant by John Est, of Claxby, to John son of Walter de Walesby, of Osselby, of lands, &c., in the fields and territories of Usselby and Ouresby. Sunday the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, A.D. 1385.
[Bucks.]C. 428. Grant by John de Taleworthe to Henry Marchaunt, Margery his wife, and John de Wydintone, of a parcel of meadow in 'la Newelonde,' near the meadow called 'Brutewellemed,' in Wycombe. Witnesses:—John de Sandwelle, mayor of Wycombe, and others (named). Wycombe, 12 October, 21 Edward III.
Essex.C. 429. Grant by Richard Neuman, of Neuporte, to Sir John Vynter, rector of the church of Clothale, Sir Thomas fitz Jeffrey, rector of the church of Walyngton, Robert fitz Jeffrey, of Sandon, and Simon Wedewesone, of Stotfold, of all his estate in the manor of Wygepetes, with rents, services, &c., in Arkesden, Walden, Elmedon, and Wendenloutes, or elsewhere in Essex. Arkesden, Monday the feast of the Invention of Holy Cross, 1 Richard II.
[Middx.]C. 430. Release by Jerome Claydich, of London, tailor, son and heir of Richard Claydich, late citizen and courthand writer of London, to William Broun, citizen and draper of London, of all his right in two tenements in the parish of St. Christopher near 'les Stokkes,' adjoining Cornhill and Bradstrete. London, 28 January, 2 Richard III. Seal.
Kent.C. 431. Grant by Henry Ferrers, knight of the King's body-guard, and Margaret his wife, daughter and heiress of William Hextall, esquire, deceased, 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. Appointment of Martin Roberd and William Whyte attornies to deliver seisin. St. Mary's Hoo, 30 September, 21 Edward IV. Two seals.
Wilts.C. 432. Release by Alice Sewar, widow, daughter and heiress of John Symons, late of Colyngborne, smith, to William Byngwoode, of all her right in a messuage at Ludgershall. 12 April, 19 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 433. Grant by Nicholas de Barre, of Solyhull, to William atte Byrches, of the same place, of the reversion to lands, &c., in Solihull which formerly belonged to Thomas de Fynchale, after the death of Anne the grantor's wife. Solihull, 12 May, 6 Henry IV. Seal, imperfect.
[Dorset.]C. 434. Release by Edith, late the wife of John Frampton, late of Dorchester, sister and heiress of John Crook, formerly of Bridport, to William Olyver, of Bridport, of all her right in a messuage in East Street, Bridport, adjoining the lane leading to Kyllyngesmulle; with warranty against John abbot of Middleton and his successors. Witnesses:—Robert Skarlet, Thomas Stokfysshe, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). 20 April, 34 Henry VI. Seal.
[Middx.]C. 435. Demise by John Whaplode, citizen of London, to John Wheston, citizen and fishmonger of the same city, of a shop and solar in 'Oldefisshstret,' in the parish of St. Nicholas Coldabbey. London, 5 December, 21 Richard II.
[Herts.]C. 436. Grant by Robert, son of Robert Fraunceys, of Dunstable, to Adam Rufus, of the same place, of land in the field of Kenesworthe, abutting on Watlingestrete. [13th century.]
Herts. Bedf.C. 437. Grant by William Neel, John Trought, and Richard Lexham, all of Dunstable, to William Syer, of the same place, of land in Kenesworth and Houghton Regis, extending towards the south in 'le thef wey. Kensworth, Monday before St. George the Martyr, 3 Henry V. Fragments of three seals.
Kent. Surrey. Essex.C. 438. Grant by Geoffrey de Percy, Matilda his wife, and Lora, widow, sister of the said Matilda, to Hugh de Wyndlesores, and Godeholda bis wife, of the manor of Northcraye, which the said Godeholda, late the wife of William de Ros (brother of the said Matilda and Lora) held in dower, together with the advowson of the church there, and together with the fees, dower of the said Godeholda, held respectively by John Martin in Taclefeld, Surrey, by Walerand de Ceridone in Mapeldreschamps, by John de Offeham in Offeham, by Galiena de Burgate in Molonde, and one-fifth of the fee which Geoffrey Stodland formerly held of the said William de Ros, and one quarter of the fee which William de Mondecamisio holds in Northcraye. Witnesses:—Sir John de Burgo, Sir Robert de Brywes, Sir Robert de St. John, Sir Nicholas de Hadloo, Sir Robert de Gaddon, Sir Laurence de St. Michael, Sir William de Hapeldrefeud, and others (named). [13th century.]
[Staff.]C. 439. Grant by Thomas de Thikenes, of Newcastle under Lyme, to Richard de Thikenes, of Bettiley, of a tenement with a parcel of land in Betley. Easter Sunday, 10 Richard II. Seal, imperfect.
[Wilts.]C. 440. Grant by Roger Alewyne, of Brodechalke, to William Coole, of Wilton, weaver, and Alice his wife, of meadows in Brodechalke called 'Langemede,' in the east part of Langebrigge, and 'Mulleham,' by the mill of Knyghton. Brodechalke, Monday after St. James the Apostle, 3 Henry V. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 441. Release by Adam, son of Thomas Pillyng, of Solihull, to John his brother, of the same place, of all his right in a piece of land in Solihull, adjoining the highway leading from Caldefordemulne to Solihull Church. Saturday the feast of St. Chad, 18 Edward II.
Herts. Bedf.C. 442. Grant by William Neel, John Trought and Richard Lexham, all of Dunstable, to William Syer, of the same place, of land in the fields of Kenesworth and of Houghton Regis, extending on a road called 'Lutonwey.' Kenesworth, Monday before St. George the Martyr, 3 Henry V.
[Heref.]C. 443. Grant by Massias Chaundos to Hugh Harpere, rector of the church of Bussopustone, William Lank, vicar of the church of Welyngton, and Roger Partrick, of Wellington aforesaid, of lands, &c., in Wellington. 21 March, 14 Richard II. Seal.
[York.]C. 444. Grant by John son of Henry de Falthwayt, to William called 'Schozberd,' of Brerelay, and Dionisia his wife, of a messuage, land, &c., in Berneslay, for their lives, and after their death to their daughter Matilda, and the heirs of her body. Barnsley, Passion Sunday, A.D. 1335.
[Wilts.]C. 445. Release by William, son of Robert Gilbert, of 'la Rugge,' to William Chamberlayn, of the same place, of all his right in lands, &c., in 'la Rugge,' Teterugge, and Froxefeld. Froxfield, Saturday before the Exaltation of Holy Cross, . . . . . Edward III. Damaged.
[Warw.]C. 446. Grant by John Elys, of Thoneworthe, to Walter Ganter, of Solihull, of a croft called 'le Maderes croft' in the fee of Solihull, by 'le Graungeheth.' Solihull, Monday before St. Peter in Cathedrâ, 26 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 447. Grant by John Prykke, of Clyve, and William Prykke, of Cowlyng, to Thomas Loukyn, of the parish of St. Mary's, of marshland called 'Fillehook' in the said parish. Michaelmas day, 4 Henry IV. Seal, and fragment of seal.
[Bucks.]C. 448. Grant by William Bradeston, of Wycombe, John Hull the elder, of Burnham, and John atte Lee, of the same place, to William Vyncent, of Bekenesfeld, of lands, &c., called 'Walters' in Beaconsfield, between a lane called 'Waltereslane' and the land of John Botiller, esquire called 'Hallemore.' Beaconsfield, 10 December, 22 Henry VI. Fragments of two seals.
[Essex.]C. 449. Grant by Walter, son and heir of Walter de Mockynge, to Sir John fitz Walter, lord of Wodeham, of all his lands, &c., in Mockyng, Stamford, Bemflete, Westilbury,Chaldewell, Duntone, Stebbyng, Coryngham, and Orseth. 21 Edward III. Copy. French.
[Warw.]C. 450. Demise by William, son of Thomas atte Birches, of Solihull, to John atte Birches, carpenter, and Avice his wife, for their lives, of three fields, a piece of land and meadow in Solihull. Monday the feast of the Epiphany, 10 Edward III.
[Bedf.] [Herts.]C. 451. Grant by Henry Mauntell, John Baldok, Laurence Baldok, and Thomas Kerber, to John Castell, Laurence Pycot, Richard Preston, and John Knyght, of lands, &c., in the vills and fields of Dunstable, Cadyngdon, and Kennesworth, also of a parcel of a tenement called 'le Neuchamber.' Dunstable, 20 August, 8 Henry VI. Seal, and fragments of three seals.
[Linc.]C. 452. Demise by John Baker, the younger, of Greyby, to Robert de Aslakeby, of Poynton, of meadow land in 'le Northeng' of Aslakeby, adjoining the meadow of the prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. Poynton, Monday the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 38 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 453. Grant by Ralph de Rochefort, son of Sir Ivo de Rochefort, to Nicholas called 'le priur,' of a mill in Merswde (Marshwood) called 'Wodemulle.' [13th century.]
[Essex.]C. 454. Grant by William Foucher, the elder, of Great Bryche, to John, son of John Bygood, the younger, of Leyr Marney, of land in Layer Marney in a croft called 'Edyfeld,' bounded by lands called 'Malpas,' 'Byrcheney,' and 'Peseland,' in exchange for land at Layer Marney in a croft called 'Kokkysland,' bounded by land called 'Kokenemescroft.' Layer Marney, . . January, 15 Richard II. Damaged.
[Camb.]C. 455. Release by Bartholomew son of Andrew de Overtone, of Botekisham, smith, to Sir William de Thorpe, knight, of all his right in lands, &c., in Dodyngton and March. London, 24 Edward III.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Court of Common Pleas, Easter term, 24 Edward III.
[Sussex.]C. 456. Release by Robert Walsshe, son and heir of Stephen Walssh, formerly of Waldern, to Richard Tannere, of Lewes, John Theccher, John a Chambre, and Thomas Loveston, of all his right in two fields called 'le Homfeld' and 'Estfeld' in the parish of Waldron aforesaid, below Marchallesgate, and in two pieces of meadow adjacent, by the stream running from Redynbregge to Mortemeresbregge. 31 October, 3 Henry VII.
Bucks.C. 457. Grant by John Mordaunt, esquire, to Richard Earl of Kent, and Elizabeth his wife, of a yearly rent of eight marks issuing out of his manor of Snelston, for the life of Walter Luke, of Coupulk, Beds. 20 June, 5 Henry VIII. Signed. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C. 458. Grant by Joan, sister of Robert Sewyne, to Robert Jones, the alder, of Westhakebourne, of four messuages, land and meadow in Westhakebourne. Michaelmas, 20 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 459. Demise by John Harrys and John Bytesgate, cofferers and wardens of the lands, rents, &c., of the town of Bridport, to William Olyver, Joan his wife, and John their son, for their lives, of a tenement and curtilage in Kyllyngeslane, Bridport, adjoining the garden of John Chidiok, knight. Bridport, 16 January, 23 Henry VI. Seal, and fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C. 460. Grant by Richard Paternoster, of Esthenrith, to Richard Denby, parson of the church at the same place, of land in the fields of East Hendred. Friday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 34 Edward III.
[Norf.]C. 461. Grant by Edmund Skynner, clerk, rector of the church of Breyston, to Thomas Baret, the elder, of Southbyrlyngham, John Holler, of Mowton, William Richeres, clerk, Oliver Cubyt, of South Walsham, and John Spany, of Poswyk, of messuages, lands, &c., in the vills, fields, and marshes of Southbyrlyngham, Beyghton, Hasyngham and Lyngwode, or elsewhere in the hundreds of Blofeld and Walsham. Southbyrlyngham, Monday after Valentine's Day, 1 Richard III. Seal.
[Heref.]C. 462. Grant by Walter Baudewyne, of Boremarssche within the parish of Mawardyne, to John Pavers, of . . . . . ., Thomas Vynte, of the same vill, John Genetes, of the parish of Churchewethynton, and Richard Hull, of the parish of Bodenham, of all his lands, &c., within the demesne of Marden, and of all his goods and chattels in the county of Hereford and elsewhere within the realm of England. Boremarssche, Sunday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 12 Henry VI. Injured.
Kent.C. 463. Release by William Schenee, justice, of the parish of Hevere, Kent, William Gulbyn, of the parish of Orpyngton, Robert at Liee, John Bassett, of the parish of Hertfeld, Sussex, to John Crudde, of the parish of Hever, of all their right in lands, &c., in the parishes of Hevere, Edynbryge, and Brasted. Michaelmas, 14 Henry VI.
[Bedf.]C. 464. Grant by William Todyngdon, of Wyppysnade, to William atte Broke and Thomas Cagge, of Eyton, of lands, tenements, goods and chattels in the vills and fields of Whipsnade and Stodham. Whipsnade, Sunday before the Purification, 5 Henry IV.
[Surrey.]C. 465. Grant by John Shene, cooper, citizen of London, to Richard Yonge, spicer, and John Warner, court-hand writer, citizens of London, of lands, &c., in Peckham and Camberwell. Witnesses:—Robert Standen, bailiff, and others (named). Peckham, 8 June, 11 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 466. Grant by Roger le Chener, citizen and mercer of London, to William de Sterteford, citizen and pepperer of the same city, of land with houses thereon in the parish of St. Anthony, with a cellar below the great stone solar of Adam de Blakneye: the grantee to pay (inter alia) 20s. a year for the support of a chaplain in the said church of St. Anthony. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sandwyco, Warden of London, Ralph le Blund and Hamo Box, sheriffs, Henry le Waleys, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [20 Edward I.] Seal.
Berks. Wilts. Glouc.C. 467. Grant by Walter Catewy, of Lollyndon, in the parish of Chellesey, to William Wylycotes, Richard Overton, and Richard atte Watre, of the reversion of the manors of Paynellesplane and Mychellescourt, and other lands, &c., in the county of Berks, pasture called 'Snoweswyk,' in the parish of Borewardescote, a parcel of meadow called 'Denkemeye,' in the county of Wilts, a manor in the vill of Collesbourne and a manor called 'le Orchezerd,' in the county of Gloucester. Chelleseye, 20 September, 20 Richard II.
[Suff.]C. 468. Grant by John son of Elias de Ocholte, of Ryngeshale, to Sir Richard de Rokele, knight, of land in the parish of Ringshall, in a field called 'Bydhodescroft,' between the road leading from Bresete to Nedham and the land of the prior of Hoxne. Ringshall, Tuesday the morrow of the Circumcision, 6 Edward II.
Middx.C. 469. Grant by John Porter, of London, armourer, and William Porter his son, to Clement Coke, of a cottage and croft called 'Saundres' in Whitton, and land in 'le Mersshefurlang,' in the south field of Whetton aforesaid. 4 December, 5 Edward IV.
Kent.C. 470. Indenture by which Stephen Lescroop, knight, son of Richard Lescroop, knight, Hugh Curteys, and William Ferers grant to Reginald Cobeham, of Sterresburgh, that he shall not be held to his warranty of the manor of Heveresbrokas against John Profete and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the said Joan. The said Reginald had levied a fine, with warranty, of the said manor before William Thirnyng, justice, and his colleagues in Trinity term, 5 Henry IV., in favour of the said grantors. 14 June, 5 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]C. 471. Grant by John Skryveyn, Nicholas Marchant, chaplain, and Richard Hayton, feoffees of a tenement with a garden in Oldescolestret, Hereford, and Walter Croke and John Lye, tailors, executors of the will of John Ferrour, to John Walleweyn, of Stoke Edith, and Thomas Walleweyn, son of the said John, of the said tenement and garden. Witnesses:— John Mey, mayor of Hereford, John Falke, the younger, and Roger Barbour, King's bailiffs in the same city, and others (named). Saturday after St. Matthias, 8 Henry IV.
[Middx.]C. 472. Surrender by Joan, late the wife of Hugh Fastolf, of Great Yarmouth, and citizen of London, to John Bryan, and Joan his wife, her daughter, of her life estate in tenements, &c., in London, which she had under the will of Thomas Hanhampsted, formerly citizen and grocer of London, her former husband; and release from the same to the same of all her right in 10l. rent, paid by the said John Bryan and Joan for the premises, under a demise from the said Thomas Hanhampsted and Joan. London, feast of St. Philip and St. James, 19 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 473. Release by John Bray, of Stretton on Donnesmore, and Hugh Dalby, to William Allesleye, of all their right in the manor of Stonythorp, and in land, meadow, and five marks of rent in Stonythorp aforesaid, which formerly belonged to Baldewyn de Bereford, knight. Witnesses:— Robert de Stafford, knight, and others (named). 20 April, 12 Richard II.
[Surrey.]C. 474. Grant by William Bekwelle, of Peckham, in the parish of Camberwell, to John Langhorne, citizen and brazier of London, of a piece of land called 'Fynchescrofte,' in the parish of Camberwell, in a field called 'Fynchesfelde.' Peckham, 12 November, 4 Henry IV.
[Surrey.]C. 475. Grant by Stephen de Bretingherst, of Peckham, in the parish of Camberwell, to John Patrike, of Plomstede, and Eleanor his wife, of a piece of land in Peckham. Thursday, the feast of St. Mark the Evangelist, 10 Edward III.
[Middx.]C. 476. Grant by John, son of Ledulph Theutonicus, late citizen of London, to John Brother, citizen of London, and Isabella his wife, of land with houses thereon in the parish of St. Botolph's, Billingsgate, which the grantor recovered by the King's writ of right from Alice Hanyn, in the Hustings Court of London. Witnesses:—Sir Gregory de Rokesle, Mayor of London, John Adrian and Walter le Engleys, sheriffs, Wolmar de Essex, alderman of that ward, and others (named), [c. 50 Henry III.]
Bedf.C. 477. Release by John Sewster, master, or alderman, of the Gild or Fraternity of St. John the Baptist in Asshewell, John Warde and Thomas Thomason, wardens or guardians of the said fraternity, to Thomas Stepnay, of London, of all their rights in land in the fields of Edworth. 19 February, 17 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 478. Grant by Thomas atte Walle, the younger, of Solihull, to Richard de Caldeford, chaplain, William son of Thomas atte Birches, of the same place, and Reginald Wecheharm, of Bikenhull, of 10s. yearly rent issuing out of a field called 'Derneford,' and out of the grantor's messuage in 'le Smythestret' in Solihull. Sunday before St. Martin the Bishop, 15 Edward III.
[Surrey.]C. 479. Grant by Robert atte Brugge, of Pekham, to Philip Gaddyngg of the same place, of a piece of land in Camberwell, adjoining 'le Brechelane.' Camberwell, 6 August, 37 Edward III.
[Bucks.]C. 480. Grant by John, son of Robert Alfard, of Boycote, to Robert, son of John Cassy, of Wych, of lands, &c., in the vill of Boycote, of the reversion of lands, &c., which Margery the grantor's mother holds as dower in the said vill, and also 4d. rent out of a curtilage and meadow which Philip le Yonge, of Dewalle, and Alice his wife then held, called 'le Parrokes,' Boycote, Wednesday before St. Luke, 15 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 481. Grant by Robert Hert and Walter, his son, to John Lad of a parcel of land at Fexore in the parish of Penshurst, in a croft called 'le berhaghe,' adjoining land called 'le Hallefeld,' and the highway from Fexore to Renneslegh. Penshurst, Sunday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 11 Richard II.
Middx. Essex.C. 482. Demise by Henry Chicheley, esquire, and Alice his wife, to William Chedworth, esquire, of lands, &c, in the parishes of St. Mary Matfelon without Algate, Stepney, Hackney, and Berkyngelay. 5 April, 38 Henry VI.
Middx.C. 483. Grant by John Sivyle, citizen and skinner of London, and Beatrice his wife, daughter and heiress of John Orchezerde and Joan his wife, of Stepney, to Master Nicholas Norton, vicar of the church of Stepney, John Reyner, of London, Robert Blundell, of Bromlegh, Kent, William Shefeld, of 'la Milende,' and Thomas Bochere, of Stratford, of a messuage adjoining the churchyard at Stepney. 15 February, 16 Henry VI. Seal, and fragment of seal. Damaged.
[Warw.]C. 484. Grant by Master Thomas de Notyngham, clerk, to Richard le Wodeward, of Rouleie, of a burgage plot in Solihull. Wednesday, the feast of the Ascension, 15 Edward III.
Surrey.C. 485. Grant by John Kent, cordwainer, of Southwark, to John Dekene, spicer, of the same place, and William Colles, of Northlambheth, of lands in North Lambeth. Tuesday, the feast of St. Simon and St. Jude, 6 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]C. 486. Release by John Neweton, citizen of Worcester, to Walter Hunt, of Wolferton within the manor of Wodbarewe, and Agnes his wife, of all his right in lands, &c., in Stolton. Friday the feast of the Translation of St. Wolstan, 32 Henry VI. Seal.
[Glouc.]C. 487. Grant by John Tommys and Thomas Strech, of Teukysbury, to Giles Wye, John Bette, Francis Bette, William Larans, William Stone, John Swayn, Thomas Frampton, Robert Wyzt and John Merten, of lands, &c., in Tewkesbury and Sowthewyk (which the grantors had by the grant of Alexander Beynham. knight, and others named) for the life of Anne Monyngton, late the wife of William Wye, with remainder to Richard Wye, and Eleanor his wife, and the heirs of their bodies. Witnesses:—George Coton and the said John Bette, bailiffs of Tewkesbury, and others (named). Tewkesbury, 4 April, 24 Henry VII. Two seals.
[Wilts.]C. 488. Demise by Roger Forstere, of Lydyerd Milsent, and Joan his wife, to John Grene, chaplain, of Calne, and Robert, son of Richard Roude, of the same place, of all their property of Pynelesplace, in Wodelond by Calne, for the life of the said John, and after his decease for the life of the said Robert. Calne, Monday after St. Leonard, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 489. Grant by Joan Lorkyn, wife of John Lorkyn, of Dunstable, William Dogett, of the same place, and John Dalamare, of Markeyate, the elder, to William Cantelowe, citizen and alderman of London, of a piece of land in the field of Kennesworthe at Thorndell. Kensworth, 10 February, 33 Henry VI.
[Heref.]C. 490. Grant by William Hasard, of Malbesbury, and Isabella his wife, to William Pychard, of Kaldekote, of lands, &c., at 'la fenne' in the parish of Bodenham and in the manor of Mawardyn (Marden). Malbesbury, Thursday the feast of St. Martin, 13 Edward III. Seal, imperfect, and fragment of seal.
Middx.C. 491. Grant by Joan Langton, widow, to John Langton, citizen and salter of London, her sod, and Agnes his wife, of lands, &c., in Harow-onthe-Hill and Great Stanmere by Eggeswere. 22 November, 6 Edward IV.
Camb. Essex.C. 492. Letters of attorney from Hugh Bassyngbourne, citizen and fishmonger of London, to John Bartillot, vicar of the church of Great Abyton, and Henry Martyn, called Chaumbre, fishmonger of London, to deliver seisin to Robert Parys, esquire, John Kirkeby, Robert Hanchicche, John Welde, called Warde, Sir Richard Coupere and Sir Richard Laurence, chaplains, of lands, &c., in the parishes of Great Abington and Berkelowe, together with the advowson of the church at Berkelowe. London, 24 February, 16 Richard II.
[Sussex.]C. 493. Grant by William Frankwelle, John Furby, John Delve, and Thomas Frankwelle, to Richard Sutton, Robert Wodefold, and Giles Wodefold, of a tenement in the parish of St. Mary's, in the market place of Lewes, and an adjoining tenement called 'Holtes place,' in a street called Fyssherestrete, Lewes. Witnesses:—John Hanmere, bailiff of Lewes, and others (named). 5 October, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 494. Grant by Geoffrey, son of William Iwet, of Smalborwe, to Richard le Mazoun, of Horningge, chaplain, of land in the field of Smallborough, abutting on a ditch called 'Bradegate.' Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey Wyth, knight, and others (named). Vigil of All Saints, 34 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
Wilts.C. 495. Release by Thomas Caulston, esquire, to Robert Dyneley, esquire, of all his right in the manors of Fitilton and Coumbe. Witnesses: —Bernard Brocays, John Sondes, and John Poppeham, knights, and others (named). Andever, feast of St. Mary Magdalene, in the presence of Sir Thomas, Earl of Kent, 9 Richard II.
[Essex.]C. 496. Grant by Peter de Abyndon, vicar of the church of Ryclyngge and John Beauchamp, of the same place, to Robert le Pulter, of the same place, and Alice atte Wode, and the heirs of their bodies, of lands, &c., and also goods and chattels in Ryclyngge, Quenden, Wykes, and Neuport; with remainders to John del Ile, of Pelham Furneux, and others (named). Ryclyngge, Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 497. Demise by Thomas de Meryngton, John Hulton, John Hore, Hugh Dalby, and John Buckemore, the elder, to Robert Wyllenhale, and Juliana his wife, of the manor of Stonythorp, for their lives and the life of the survivor. Witnesses:—William Bagot, knight, and others (named). Stonythorp, feast of St. Denis, 3 Henry IV.
Suff.C. 498. Grant by Andrew de Bures, knight, to Sir William de Bures, vicar of the church of Brecham, his brother, of the manor of Nether Attylton in the parish of Wykhambrok, for his life. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Grey, Sir John de Luton, knights, and others (named). Aketon, Easter Day, 26 Edward III.
[Worc.]C. 499. Grant by John Smyth, of Yerdeleye, to Sir Robert Dauncer, vicar of the church of Yerdeleye, John Sheldone, of Byrmyngham, and Thomas Jurdone, of Allerewyche, of lands, &c., in Yardley. Sunday after Easter, 16 Richard II.
Essex.C. 500. Grant by John Bokeler, of Whesthamme, to John Pykeman, the younger, of Lambourne, and Alice his wife, of pasture in 'le Lake' at Stratford Langthorn, in the parish of West Ham. 26 March, 2 Henry V. Seal, imperfect.